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04:09 min | Last month

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"The top stories we're following for you here on WTO. A murder charge has been filed in that deadly crash near The White House. Charges of second degree murder and aggravated assault filed against 35 year old Spiro staff a lotto of Maryland. He appeared in D.C. superior court for the incident that happened Friday afternoon. Court records say Secret Service approached his car, which was stopped by The White House because of issues with his tag. He was asked for a license but took off. Court records say a marked Secret Service car with lights flashing followed, police say he ran a red light at 14th in New York avenue, colliding with another car then hitting two women in the crosswalk, one of them died. Staphylos stated in an affidavit that he thought the officer was an armed robber, court records say he had cocaine and marijuana in his system when he was arrested. He's held on no bond. Kyle Cooper, WTO news. We have an update to that deadly fairfax county shooting just hours before the new year. Fairfax county police now say they found a man dead inside of his lorton, Virginia home, just after 7 30 tonight, police say the unidentified man was in the doorway of a townhome with several gunshot wounds in his upper body, fire and rescue personnel say he was dead at the scene. Detectives are canvassing the neighborhood and ask anyone with any information to call the major crimes bureau. Be careful out there tonight there's going to be a lot of people young and old on the streets and on the highways and the roads to that note to pedestrians, including a child have already been hit in two separate crashes this evening. Both unrelated, but both in Montgomery county happening just minutes apart. At 5 30, a ten year old girl was hospitalized after she was struck in an area of New Hampshire avenue and lockwood drive. Police say the little girl's injuries are not life threatening the driver did stay at the scene. Then about four minutes later, a woman was struck by a car at Watkins mill road and stead wick road in Montgomery village, her injuries did require hospitalization, but they are not thought to be life threatening. Better the Benedict the 16th, the first Pope to resign in more than 600 years, died at the Vatican at the age of 95. The reaction has been pouring in from around the world, heads of state, religious leaders, Catholics, other faith leaders, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the American Jewish community. They have all sent their condolences. He was a giant on the world stage when he was Pope and everyone recalls fondly him in his retirement. That is the AP Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield. CBS News reporter Tina Krause looks back at the life of the former Joseph ratzinger. During World War II, ratzinger said he was forced to join the Hitler youth and serve in an anti aircraft battery. But some historians say he might have been able to avoid serving. He deserted the German Army toward the end of the war and was briefly in a POW camp. After the war, ratzinger and his brother were ordained to the priesthood on the same day in 1951. Joseph rose through the church's hierarchy and Pope Paul the 6th elevated him to cardinal in 1977. Pope Francis will preside over the funeral for the Pope emeritus next Thursday. There's also reaction to the former Pope's death from a group that advocates for the victims of priest sex abuse. Survivors network of those abused by priests believes Benedict's death as a reminder that he was more concerned about the deterioration of the Catholic Church's image and financial flow to the hierarchy than he was of grasping making true amends to victims of priest abuse. Snaps as it's time for the Vatican to refocus on change and tell the truth about known abusive clergy, protect children and adults and allow justice for those hurt by priests. A year ago, Benedict asked for forgiveness for any grievous faults in his handling of clergy sex abuse cases, but denied any personal wrongdoing after an independent German report criticized his actions in four cases when he was archbishop in Munich and Kramer, WTO news. Coming up on WTO P after traffic at weather, the latest on the university of Idaho murder case in the suspect who's expected to be extradited to Idaho from Pennsylvania after being captured there. It's 1136. Providing

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"nicole winfield" Discussed on WTOP

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04:15 min | Last month

"nicole winfield" Discussed on WTOP

"Del Walters Matt small as our producer of the top stories we're following for you at this hour. Benedict the 16th, the first Pope to resign in 600 years died today at the Vatican at the age of 95. The reaction has been pouring in from around the world, heads of state, religious leaders, Catholics, other faith leaders, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the American Jewish community. They have all sent their condolences. He was a giant on the world stage when he was Pope and everyone recalls fondly him in his retirement. And that is AP Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield, CBS News correspondent Tina Krause, looks back at the life of the former Joseph ratzinger. During World War II, ratzinger said he was forced to join the Hitler youth and serve in an anti aircraft battery. But some historians say he might have been able to avoid serving. He deserted the German Army toward the end of the war and was briefly an appeal W camp. After the war, ratzinger and his brother were ordained to the priesthood on the same day in 1951. Joseph rose through the church's hierarchy and Pope Paul the 6th elevated him to cardinal in 1977. Well, France is set to preside over the funeral for the Pope emeritus next Thursday. And reaction to the Pope's death from a group that advocates for victims of pre sex abuse. Survivor's network of those abused by priests believes Benedict's death is a reminder that he was more concerned about the deterioration of the Catholic Church's image and financial flow to the hierarchy than he was grasping, making true amends to victims of priest abuse. Snap says it's time for the Vatican to refocus on change and tell the truth about known abuse of clergy, protect children and adults and allow justice for those hurt by priests. A year ago, Benedict asked for forgiveness for any grievous faults in his handling of clergy sex abuse cases, but denied any personal wrongdoing after an independent German report criticized his actions in four cases when he was archbishop in Munich and Kramer, WTO P news. And we got word yesterday, the TV news trailblazer, Barbara Walters has died. Barbara Walters was a broadcast legend who broke the glass ceiling for women as a television journalist, personality, and producer. First, as co host of NBC's Today Show. Good morning, this is today in Washington. Then, in 1976, as the first woman to co anchor a network evening newscast. Harry reisner. Barbara Walters, ABC paid Walters a $1 million a year, a stunning amount at the time. She'd leave the broadcast to concentrate on what she did best, interviews. Then in 1997, Walters co created the view, a lady's gab fest, which she also co hosted for 17 seasons. Steve Keith and CBS News. Rubber Walters was 93. Kyiv residents carrying on celebrating New Year's Eve near the city's central Christmas tree. That celebration, despite heavy Russian shelling on the capitol just hours before, a man dressed like Santa, dancing with local residents. Years even Kyiv. And if you need to clear your head or just kick off the new year with some outdoor activities, consider first hikes. There are a number in our area. In Maryland, you can find ranger lead hikes at a number of the state parks, a few even offer hot cocoa at the end, hikes range from just over one mile to about four miles with easy to moderate trails, some hikes are offered Saturday others are on New Year's Day itself at Cunningham state falls park in Frederick county, one hike includes climbing over rocks on the cliff trail at Seneca creek state park in Montgomery county, the old pond loop is a self guided tour and it comes in at just one mile. Least pets are allowed on many of the hikes for information on accessibility and more details, check our website at WTO P dot com, Kate Ryan, WTO P news. North Korea firing a short range ballistic missile toward its eastern waters Sunday, entering 2023 with another weapons test after an unprecedented number of missile tests last year. South Korea's military saying it happened just before three in the morning. The missile traveled about 250 miles before falling into the waters between the Korean Peninsula and Japan, North Korea, by the way, test fired more than 70 missiles last year. 7 36

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"nicole winfield" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:48 min | Last month

"nicole winfield" Discussed on WTOP

"James is our producer of the top stories we're following for you at this hour. Pope Benedict XVI, the first Pope to resign in 600 years dying today at the Vatican at the age of 95. The reaction has been pouring in from around the world, heads of state, religious leaders, Catholics, other faith leaders, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the American Jewish community. They have all sent their condolences. He was a giant on the world stage when he was Pope and everyone recalls fondly him in his retirement. That is the AP's Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield, CBS News correspondent Tina Krause takes a look back at the life of the former Joseph ratzinger. During World War II, ratzinger said he was forced to join the Hitler youth and serve in an anti aircraft battery. But some historians say he might have been able to avoid serving. He deserted the German Army toward the end of the war and was briefly in a POW camp. After the war, ratzinger and his brother were ordained to the priesthood on the same day in 1951. Joseph rose through the church's hierarchy and Pope Paul the 6th elevated him to cardinal in 1977. Francis will preside over the funeral for the Pope emeritus next Thursday. And there is reaction to the Pope's death from a group that advocates for victims of pre sex abuse. Survivors network of those abused by priests believes Benedict's death as a reminder that he was more concerned about the deterioration of the Catholic Church's image and financial flow to the hierarchy than he was grasping making true amends to victims of priest abuse. Snaps as it's time for the Vatican to refocus on change and tell the truth about known abuse of clergy, protect children and adults and allow justice for those hurt by priests. A year ago, Benedict asked for forgiveness for any grievous faults in his handling of clergy sex abuse cases, but denied any personal wrongdoing after an independent German report criticized his actions in four cases when he was archbishop in Munich and Kramer. We also got word yesterday that TV news trail blazer Barbara Walters has died. Barbara Walters was a broadcast legend who broke the glass ceiling for women as a television journalist, personality, and producer. First, as co host of NBC's Today Show. Good morning, this is today in Washington. Then, in 1976, as the first woman to co anchor a network evening newscast. Harry reisner. Barbara Walters, ABC paid Walters a $1 million a year, a stunning amount at the time. She'd leave the broadcast to concentrate on what she did best, interviews. Then in 1997, Walters co created the view, a lady's gab fest, which she also co hosted for 17 seasons. Steve Keith and CBS News. And yes, my mother's name was Barbara, but not that barber Walters, this one, was 93. Moscow, Idaho, residents are finding closure, told yesterday that a suspect is now in custody in connection with the November killing of those four university of Idaho students, authorities say Brian Christopher coburger was arrested in Pennsylvania. As the grief mounted and many students left campus. Outside the house, the caution tape has finally come down. The district attorney who will eventually prosecute coburger once he's back in Idaho, says an arrest does not mean an end to the investigation. They are still searching for tips for anyone who knows the suspect. We should know more after the extradition hearing Tuesday in Pennsylvania. For CBS Saturday morning, Don your back is Moscow Idaho. So burgers are being held without bond in Pennsylvania and will be held without bond in Idaho once he is returned and still ahead, what was the most Googled word of 2022 as we approach 2023? It's 5 36. And now regional business insights with Ryan tarian executive director of teach for America, D.C.

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"nicole winfield" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:48 min | Last month

"nicole winfield" Discussed on WTOP

"Producer's desk, his wired by IBW local 26, where electrical contractors come to grow. Good afternoon, I'm sandy cosell, Acacia James is our producer. The top story we're following for you today, Benedict the 16th. The first Pope to resign in 600 years died today at the Vatican at the age of 95. AP Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield reports on the tributes being offered. The reaction has been pouring in from around the world, heads of state, religious leaders, Catholics, other faith leaders, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the American Jewish community. They have all sent their condolences. He was a giant on the world stage when he was Pope and everyone recalls fondly him in his retirement. CBS News correspondent Tina Krause looks back at the life of the former Joseph ratzinger. During World War II, ratzinger said he was forced to join the Hitler youth and serve in an anti aircraft battery. But some historians say he might have been able to avoid serving. Service. He deserted the German Army toward the end of the war and was briefly an POW camp. After the war, ratzinger and his brother were ordained to the priesthood on the same day in 1951. Joseph rose through the church's hierarchy and Pope Paul the 6th elevated him to cardinal in 1977. Pope Francis will preside over the funeral for the Pope emeritus next Thursday. There is reaction to Bennett's death from a group that advocates for victims of priest, sex abuse. Survivor's network of those abused by priests believes Benedict's death is a reminder that he was more concerned about the deterioration of the Catholic Church's image and financial flow to the hierarchy than he was grasping making true amends to victims of priest abuse. Snap says it's time for the Vatican to refocus on change and tell the truth about known abuse of clergy, protect children and adults and allow justice for those hurt by priests. A year ago Benedict asked for forgiveness for any grievous fault in his handling of clergy sex abuse cases, but denied any personal wrongdoing after an independent German report criticized his actions in four cases when he was archbishop in Munich and Kramer, WTO P news. A TV news trailblazer has died, Barbara Walters was 93. Barbara Walters was a broadcast legend who broke the glass ceiling for women as a television journalist, personality, and producer. First, as co host of NBC's Today Show. Good morning, this is today in Washington. Then, in 1976, as the first woman to co anchor a network evening newscast. Harry reisner. Barbara Walters, ABC paid Walters a $1 million a year a stunning amount at the time. She'd leave the broadcast to concentrate on what she did best, interviews. Then in 1997, Walters co created the view, a lady's gab fest, which she also co hosted for 17 seasons. Steve Keith and CBS News. Moscow, Idaho residents are finding closure after being told that a suspect in custody in the November killing of four university of Idaho students. Authorities say Brian Christopher coburger was arrested in Pennsylvania. Your CBS Daniel Bacchus. As the grief mounted and many students left campus. Outside the house, the caution tape has finally come down. The district attorney who will eventually prosecute Kerber once he's back in Idaho, says an arrest does not mean an end to the investigation. They are still searching for tips for anyone who knows the suspect. We should know more after the extradition hearing Tuesday in Pennsylvania. For CBS Saturday morning, Donna back is Moscow Idaho. Goldberger is being held without bond in Pennsylvania, and he'll be held without bond in Idaho once he's returned there. Back here, one woman is dead, another critically injured after a police chase and crash

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"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 4 months ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

" And this week's religion roundup. Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war. Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office, and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop. Thousands of hasidic Jewish pilgrims ignore travel warnings and flock to central Ukraine to mark the Jewish new year. The pilgrims travel from Israel and other countries to the small city of Oman. The burial site of a respected hasidic rabbi who died in 1810. About 23,000 pilgrims were in Uman on Sunday. Brazil's president Bolsonaro waged an all out campaign to shore up the crucial evangelical vote ahead of the October 2nd elections. Evangelicals helped carry him to power in 2018 and he tapped members of their churches for important ministries and for a Supreme Court nomination. Influential pastors and politicians are warning their followers that the race's FrontRunner leftist former president Lula would close Christian churches. The Vatican says it imposed disciplinary sanctions on Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop Carlos Bello, following allegations that he sexually abused boys in East Timor in the 1990s. The Vatican spokesman says the office that handles sex abuse cases received allegations concerning the bishop's behavior in 2019, and within a year had imposed sanctions. AP Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield says many questions remained about the bishop's role in the church over the past two decades. After 2002 though, when he retired, it seems like he almost fell off the map. It's as if he disappeared. If he was under some kind of Vatican sanction in those years, that would explain this very low profile that he had. The announced sanctions include limitations on bellows movements and ministry and prohibit him from having voluntary contact with minors or contact with East Timor. I'm Walter ratliff

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In this week's religion roundup, Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war, Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office, and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize-winning Bishop.

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02:00 min | 4 months ago

In this week's religion roundup, Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war, Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office, and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize-winning Bishop.

"And this week's religion roundup Jewish pilgrims gather in Ukraine despite the war Brazil's president exhorts evangelicals to help keep him in office and the Vatican imposes disciplinary sanctions on a Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop Thousands of hasidic Jewish pilgrims ignore travel warnings and flock to central Ukraine to mark the Jewish new year The pilgrims travel from Israel and other countries to the small city of Oman The burial site of a respected hasidic rabbi who died in 1810 About 23,000 pilgrims were in Uman on Sunday Brazil's president Bolsonaro waged an all out campaign to shore up the crucial evangelical vote ahead of the October 2nd elections Evangelicals helped carry him to power in 2018 and he tapped members of their churches for important ministries and for a Supreme Court nomination Influential pastors and politicians are warning their followers that the race's FrontRunner leftist former president Lula would close Christian churches The Vatican says it imposed disciplinary sanctions on Nobel Peace Prize winning bishop Carlos Bello following allegations that he sexually abused boys in East Timor in the 1990s The Vatican spokesman says the office that handles sex abuse cases received allegations concerning the bishop's behavior in 2019 and within a year had imposed sanctions AP Vatican correspondent Nicole Winfield says many questions remained about the bishop's role in the church over the past two decades After 2002 though when he retired it seems like he almost fell off the map It's as if he disappeared If he was under some kind of Vatican sanction in those years that would explain this very low profile that he had The announced sanctions include limitations on bellows movements and ministry and prohibit him from having voluntary contact with minors or contact with East Timor I'm Walter ratliff

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"nicole winfield" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

05:15 min | 7 months ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

"An article out by The Associated Press. Written by Nicole Winfield in rob Gillis. And so they write a notes with published through in country to data dot. Out of Rome. So the Vatican on Thursday released the itinerary for Pope Francis of July 24th through the 30th to visit Canada, providing a sign, he intends to go ahead with the trip despite knee problems that the force him to cancel a 6 day visit to Africa also planned for next month. Francis is due to visit Canada to apologize to indigenous peoples for abuses they suffered at Catholic run residential schools. The scaled back itinerary includes several encounters with indigenous groups, as well as a visit to Musk whiskers, I think it is home to the former Emer skin residential school, one of the largest residential school sites in Canada, and I apologize if I mispronounce those. Alberta, where Francis lands first is home to the largest number of former residential schools in Canada. Francis will also have a private meeting with its survivors of the schools in remote ilker. Where he is due to visit for a few hours on his way back to Rome on July 29th. The missionary oblates of Mary inclement in Rome are opening their archival of residential school records in early 2022 to a representative of Canada's national center for truth and reconciliation and survivors are calling on the Vatican and other orders to do the same. Pope Francis, who is being pressed to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in the residential school system, is shown here in a photo here. Celebrating Easter mass at Saint Peter's at the Vatican on April 4th, 2021. Francis, who was 85, has been using a wheelchair for over a month because of strained ligaments in his right knee that have made standing and walking difficult. The Canadian bishops conference at Francis appearance at individual public events would be limited to one hour due to his advanced age and limitations.

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04:18 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Deck does not land in every state all loan subject to lender approval There are three things we really care about Gun family and country The Dan bongino show So we opened the show talking about a very difficult topic a topic we addressed yesterday and I want to expound on a bit today based on information that came in from the audience and elsewhere and people have some expertise in these matters Is Pope Francis a socialist Because if he is we have a really serious problem folks We have the nominal head of the world's Catholic population out there me being one of them Nominal head Nominal part is important But the in a very important powerful role with a major major microphone speaking about principles that are not only immoral but anti God anti spirituality are the very definition of Secular policies which promote poverty death and destruction I mean the evidence in the record of history is crystal clear I want to give you another headline here Here's one that came out yesterday Pope Francis on taxes This is in the AP Nicole Winfield January 31st 2022 That taxes are a sign of equality justice and legality they are Since when is that Taking a basic economics class Says Pope Francis encouraged tax collectors on Monday to keep working to redistribute wealth and fund social services that help the poor saying their efforts are a quote guarantee of equality that helps the common good What evidence do you have to back that statement up The United States has spent trillions of dollars of great society on Thai programs on poverty and has barely moved the needle Maybe a good idea would be to speak out about pro family policies and school choice policies About fatherless homes the kind of things that can move the poverty needle not about government disasters government sponsored boondoggles the confiscation of private wealth taken from people to fund government bureaucrats who have no incentive to spend it on anything other than a program that buys and votes Maybe we should start talking about things that really matter The nuclear family Exposing your kid to equality education Teaching them bedrock values objective values not values granted by the state He goes on Pope Francis Apparently he met with the members of Italy's tax collection agency I'm sure a Paragon of efficiency and virtue there And he recalled that the taxes they gather pay for Italy's public healthcare system You mean the one that rations healthcare You mean that one Pope Francis urged them to defend that Talking about the healthcare system quote because we shouldn't fall into a healthcare system that you pay for where the poor don't have a right to anything You mean like in the rationed healthcare systems where government bureaucrats tell people what treatments they can and can't have What do you mean the poor don't have the right to anything It's illegal in the United States to turn people away from emergency care There's a Pope not understand that Is he not understand that there are only two ways to allocate resources Medicine product services whatever they may be You can ration them or you can price them If the Pope can tell me a third way I would love to hear it He's welcome to call in Don't laugh he's welcoming calling any time Not gonna call in your show Of course he wouldn't He wouldn't want to be challenged on this stuff He got 15 shares on an island in ten people accused me ten chairs on an island 15 people need to sit down There's only two ways to waste to allocate those chairs Can have people work to pay to sit down if they'd like to or you can ration them Who.

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WCPT 820

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Sen and a half says the Labor Department companies are being forced to offer higher pay to fill a near record number of available jobs But Americans are slowing their spending AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani got this Coupled with high inflation It's a warning sign for an economy still suffering in the pandemic Consumer spending rose just 0.6% last month from July to September it slow doing annual growth rate of 1.6% after surging 12% the previous three months At the same time prices keep rising sharply A key inflation barometer jumped 4.4% last month from a year earlier President Biden's chat with Pope Francis at the Vatican went much longer than expected 75 minutes the two were planning to talk about the pandemic Climate change and poverty The AP's Nicole Winfield in Vatican City During the audience there was an exchange of gifts The gift that President Biden presented to Francis was chargeable which is a liturgical vestment This one was in use by the Jesuit order in the U.S. so there was a connection to the Pope there And it was in the archives of the holy Trinity church which is Biden's parish in Washington Pope Francis gave President Biden a collection of his main teaching documents The president now has two global summits in the next few days The G 20 in Rome and the UN climate conference in Glasgow Scotland Deadlines 5 o'clock tonight for most New York City employees to get vaccinated Police officers firefighters garbage collectors among them or they go on unpaid leaves starting Monday heavy rain is likely from the mid Atlantic through New England today and tomorrow This is a P news Oklahoma has executed an inmate but the execution didn't go as planned The AP's Tim McGuire reports 60 year old John Marion grant sentenced to death for the 1998 stabbing death of prison cafeteria worker gay Carter is the first Oklahoma and may put the death since 2015 He convulsed and vomited after being given a sedative the first of three drugs used in the execution Two members of the execution team wiped the vomit from his face and his neck retired AP reporter Michael grotch who still covers executions for The Associated Press has witnessed some 450 such debts and recalls only one instance of someone vomiting during the execution In an emailed statement the department of correction said the execution was carried out according to protocols and without complication 6 more Oklahoma inmates are scheduled to die by lethal injection through next march I'm Tim McGuire And I'm Rita foley AP news This is a 20 a.m. WC PT willow springs and streaming worldwide at WC PT 8 20 dot com We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter Now your 8 20 Chicago traffic.

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"nicole winfield" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

08:56 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective

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How nearly three quarters of the hundred thirty residential schools were run by roman catholic missionary congregations with Others excuse me operated by the presbyterian crisper therion angelica n- and the united church of canada. So yes this is something. I need to get off my chest so if he would just bear with me now according to sources An apology is going to be issued by the pope. Now unpolished swords is being offered. But here's the rub. The victims must travel to the person who is supposed to apologize for the wrongs that had been done for and they re residential concentration camps. My question is why is the burden of travel and expense placed on the victims families and survivors. You know hey. Are those people. Individuals not worth visit to their cultural land from the person who was supposed to issue an apology. You know you just as a native you. You can't win. You just can't win the information i'm sharing with. You comes from an article in the associated. Britain written for the associated press by nicole winfield in printed in indian country today now pope francis has agreed to meet in december with indigenous survivors of canada's notorious residential. I'm calling them concentration camps. The article calls them schools amid calls for a papal apology for the catholic churches role in the abuse and deaths of thousands of indigenous children. Well i'm glad he's agreed to meet with the survivors. I am but that's not where my problem lies. The canadian conference of catholic. Bishops said francis had invited the delegations to the vatican and would meet separately with three groups.

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AP News

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"News. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden travels to Tulsa, Oklahoma. Today, 100 years ago, a thriving black community was destroyed by a white mob. Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson, Lee says a survivor of the tells a riot described it as a firestorm of hatred and violence that is perhaps unequaled in the peacetime history of the United States. Up to 300 black tell sins were killed 100 years ago. Catholic Church law is being changed by Pope Francis. You explicitly criminalize the sexual abuse of adults by priest who abuse their authority Theeighties Nicole Winfield reports. This also includes priest to use threats or force to coerce someone into having sexual relations with them. That is a very explicit code now. Before it was not so explicit, and it was focused on minors and vulnerable people. Now the definition is a bit mushy, er. It can include other adults. Late people who hold church office can be sanctioned for similar sex crimes. OPEC is upping its crude oil production levels. The a piece Charles Della Desmond has the story. Humanist is from the oil cartel on alive producing countries. Decided during an online meeting to increase the 2.1 million barrels of crude per day output. OPEC made a deep cuts last year on his restoring them bit by bit. The move balances fears that continuing covert 19 at breaks in some countries such as India, a major oil consumer who sapped demand from recovering economies around the globe, and weigh on prices. I'm Charles Dillon asthma video recorded by a bystander show in Alabama police officer repeatedly stomping on a man who was struggling with another officer during an arrest. Police spokesman says they are aware of the video and are investigating. Stocks are mostly higher on Wall Street. This is AP News They are celebrating in New York. We have hit an extraordinary milestone today. Here in New York City. They've got Cove it on the run, says Mayor Bill de Blasio. Listen to this. This is the level Of covert positivity Today in New York City, 0.83% 0.83%, the lowest we've seen Ever since this pandemic began. He credits Cove ID shots in New Yorkers doing the right things to keep each other safe, he says. I'm Rita Foley, a private company took over transmission and distribution operations of Puerto Rico's Power Authority, Lumen Energy, which has struggled with blackouts and bankruptcy, corruption and mismanagement. U. S territory is still struggling to recover from Hurricane Maria, which destroyed most of the power grid in 2017. The changeover comes at the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you.

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AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"Community was destroyed by a white mob. Texas congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee says a survivor of the tells a riot described it as a firestorm of hatred. And violence that is perhaps unequaled in the peacetime history of the United States Up to 300 Black Tolson's were killed 100 years ago. Catholic Church law is being changed by Pope Francis to explicitly criminalize the sexual abuse of adults by priest who abuse their authority Theeighties Nicole Winfield reports. This also includes priest to use threats or force. Course, someone into having sexual relations with them. That is a very explicit code now before it was not so explicit, and it was focused on minors and vulnerable people. Now the definition is a bit mushy. Er. It can include other adults lay people who hold church office can be sanctioned for similar sex crimes. OPEC is upping its crude oil production levels. The a piece Charles Della Desmond has the story energy ministers from the oil cartel on allied producing countries. Decided during an online meeting to increase the 2.1 million barrels of crude per day output. OPEC made a deep cuts last year on his restoring them bit by bit. The move balances fears that continuing cove it 19 at breaks in some countries such as India, a major oil consumer will sap demand from recovering economies around the globe and weigh on prices. I'm Charles Dillon asthma video recorded by a bystander show in Alabama police officer repeatedly stomping on a man who was struggling with another officer during an arrest. Police spokesman says they are aware of the video and are investigating. Stocks are mostly higher on Wall Street. This is AP News They are celebrating in New York. We have hit an extraordinary milestone today. Here in New York City. They've got Cove it on the run, says Mayor Bill de Blasio. Listen to this. This is the level Covert positivity Today in New York City, 0.83% 0.83%, the lowest we've seen Ever since this pandemic began. He credits Cove ID shots in New Yorkers doing the right things to keep each other safe, he says. I'm Rita Foley, a private company took over transmission and distribution operations of Puerto Rico's Power Authority, Lumen Energy, which has struggled with blackouts in bankruptcy, corruption and mismanagement. The U. S territory is still struggling to recover from Hurricane Maria, which destroyed most of the power grid in 2017. The changeover comes at the start of the Atlantic hurricane season. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Thank.

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AP News

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"And a civilian were stabbed near light rail station in east Jerusalem. The suspect was shot and killed by police. Made Donahue 80 news. Good morning. I met Johnny today in New York City. It's good news Mayor Bill de Blasio's his kids will be going back to school, all of them. New York City public schools. One million kids will be back in their classroom in September. All in person. No remote. The mayor was on MSNBC's morning Joe after closing schools in March of last year. New York City was one of the first large cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, But the majority of parents chose online only learning for their Children. Iran and the U. S nuclear watchdog agreed to a one month extension to a deal on surveillance cameras at Tehran's atomic sites buying more time for ongoing negotiations. Trying to save the country's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Pope Francis is challenging the Vatican's in house journalist to essentially justify their continued work. Here's the a piece Nicole Winfield. The pope has visited the in House journalist, and he essentially asked them. Who is reading their news. They are in serious financial difficulties and the communications operation is the most expensive part of the Vatican's annual budget. Francis's ordered salary cuts from 3 to 10% for Vatican employees both lay in religious and pause seniority bonuses for two years. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players to build on last week's Gaza cease fire by resuming peace talks. The Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a choke hold and wrestled to the ground in a V, a hospital security checkpoint. The justices did not comment in refusing to revive a lawsuit filed by Jose Oliva against three officers who violently detained him. In El Paso, Texas. Police in South Carolina say they believe they closed in on a man accused of four killings in two states. This is AP News A new trial in the U. K suggest sniffer dogs could be used to detect the scent of coronavirus Inhumans Clear Guest is chief science officer at medical detection dogs, she says. These dogs have the ability to have 350 million center receptors dedicated to a fraction of this means they can spell. A teaspoon of sugar in the equivalent of two Olympic sized swimming pools. James Logan, professor at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Tell Sky News. The dogs are good with scent detection and dogs were able to detect people who didn't have any symptoms and also people with a low viral load. So those could be people here at the beginning of their infection and not really detectable because they don't have any symptoms. Another factor they really, really quickly. To each individual dog could screen up to 250 to 300 people.

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AP News

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"Can't have a full recovery without full strength Schools. Mayor de Blasio announced on MSNBC that the city's roughly one million public school Children would all be back in the classroom. Come fall, He added, there will be some version of coronavirus protocols. After closing schools in March. 2020 New York City was one of the first large U. S cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, But the majority of parents chose online on Lea learning for their Children. Julie Walker, New York on the West Coast, the Los Angeles Unified School District will start the new school year next fall with on campus in person instruction for all students five days a week. But will retain an online option. The superintendent says. Students and staff in Los Angeles will wear masks until more Children are vaccinated. I'm Ed Donahue, the White House and Kremlin are working to arrange a face to face meeting next month between presidents Biden and Putin. Ah US official familiar with the planning, says National Security advisor Jake Sullivan's meeting with his Russian counterpart in Geneva, which another official says is expected to be where the two presidents will meet. Both sides are looking at a summit in mid June at the end of President Biden's first foreign trip to Europe. White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki says she's not ready to announce anything just yet. We're still working on the details at the last leader summit in July. 2018 President Trump Refused to side with US intelligence agencies when Putin denied Russian interference in the 2016 election. Soccer MAHOGANY Washington I'm Ed Donahue with an AP News MINUTE Pope Francis is challenging the Vatican's journalist to essentially justify their continued work. Here's the AP is Nicole Winfield. The pope has visited the in House journalist, and he essentially asked them who is reading their news? This is a major question for the Vatican. They are in serious fine. Mental difficulties and the communications operation is the most expensive part of the Vatican's annual budget. Francis's ordered salary cuts for Vatican employees and pause seniority bonuses for two years. Francis didn't sugar coat over the issues. The Vatican is facing a €50 million budget deficit this year. It's pension fund is sorely underfunded. He has already imposed salary cuts across the board. Over his comments to the communications staff were somewhat surprising in that he essentially asked them to justify their costs. Francis's vowed not to fire anyone to offset the economic crisis created by the coronavirus. I'm Ed Donahue 80 news..

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AP News

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"News. Good morning. I'm a dawning today in New York City. It's good news. Mayor Bill de Blasio says kids will be going back to school, all of them. New York City public schools. One million kids will be back in their classroom in September. All in person. No remote. The mayor was on MSNBC's morning. Joe, after closing schools in March of last year in New York City, was one of the first large cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, But the majority of parents chose online only learning for their Children. Iran and the U. S nuclear watchdog agreed to a one month extension to a deal on surveillance cameras at Tehran's atomic sites. Buying more time for ongoing negotiations. Trying to save the country's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Pope Francis is challenging the Vatican's in House journalist to essentially justify their continued work. Here's the a piece Nicole Winfield. The pope has visited the in House journalist, and he essentially asked them. Who is reading their news. They are in serious financial difficulties and the communications operation is the most expensive part of the Vatican's annual budget. Right. This is ordered salary cuts from 3 to 10% for Vatican employees both lay in religious and pause seniority bonuses for two years. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players to build on last week's Gaza cease fire by resuming peace talks. The Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a choke hold and wrestled to the ground in a V, a hospital security checkpoint. The justices did not comment in refusing to revive a lawsuit filed by Jose Oliva against three officers who violently detained him in El Paso, Texas. Police in South Carolina say they believe they've closed in on a man accused of four killings in two states. This is AP News A new trial in the U. K suggest sniffer dogs could be used to detect the scent of coronavirus Inhumans Clear Guest is chief science officer at medical detection dogs, she says. These dogs have the ability to have 350 Million center. Researchers dedicated to a fraction of this means they could spell. A teaspoon of sugar in the equivalent of two Olympic sized swimming pools. James Logan, professor at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Tell Sky News. The dogs are good with scent detection and dogs were able to detect people who didn't have any symptoms and also people with a low viral load. So those could be people here at the beginning of their infection, and I'm not really detectable because they don't have any symptoms, another factor they do really, really quickly. To each individual dog could screen up to 250 to 300 people.

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AP News

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"Good morning. I'm a dawning today in New York City. It's good news. Mayor Bill de Blasio's says kids will be going back to school, all of them. New York City public schools. One million kids will be back in their classroom in September. All in person. No remote. The mayor was on MSNBC's morning Joe after closing schools in March of last year. New York City was one of the first large cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, But the majority of parents chose online only learning for their Children. Iran and the U. S nuclear watchdog agreed to a one month extension to a deal on surveillance cameras at Tehran's atomic sites buying more time for ongoing negotiations. Trying to save the country's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Pope Francis is challenging the Vatican's in house journalist to essentially justify their continued work. Here's the a piece Nicole Winfield. The pope has visited the in House journalist, and he essentially asked them. Who is reading their news. They are in serious financial difficulties and the communications operation is the most expensive part of the Vatican's annual budget. Francis's ordered salary cuts from 3 to 10% for Vatican employees both lay in religious and pause seniority bonuses for two years. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players to build on last week's Gaza cease fire by resuming peace talks. The Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a choke hold and wrestled to the ground in a V, a hospital security checkpoint. The justices did not comment in refusing to revive a lawsuit filed by Jose Oliva against three officers who violently detained him in El Paso, Texas. Police in South Carolina say they believe they've closed in on a man accused of four killings in two states. This is AP News A new trial in the U. K suggest sniffer dogs could be used to detect the scent of coronavirus Inhumans Clear Guest is chief science officer at medical detection dogs, she says. These dogs have the ability to have 350 million centuries is dedicated to a fraction of this means they could spell. A teaspoon of sugar in the equivalent of two Olympic sized swimming pools. James Logan, professor at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Tell Sky News. The dogs are good with scent detection and dogs were able to detect people who didn't have any symptoms and also people with a low viral or so those could be people here at the beginning of their infection, and I'm not really detectable because they don't have any symptoms, another factor they do really, really quickly. To each individual dog could screen up to 250 to 300 people Pair our Logan says Preliminary findings suggest a 94% success rate..

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AP News

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"80 news. Good morning. I made dawning today in New York City. It's good news Mayor Bill de Blasio's his kids will be going back to school, all of them. New York City public schools. One million kids will be back in their classroom in September. All in person. No remote. The mayor was on MSNBC's morning Joe after closing schools in March of last year. New York City was one of the first large cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, But the majority of parents chose online only learning for their Children. Iran and the U. S nuclear watchdog agreed to a one month extension to a deal on surveillance cameras at Tehran's atomic sites on buying more time for ongoing negotiations. Trying to save the country's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Pope Francis is challenging the Vatican's in house journalist to essentially justify their continued work. Here's the a piece Nicole Winfield. The pope has visited the in House journalist, and he essentially asked them. Who is reading their news. They are in serious financial difficulties and the communications operation is the most expensive part of the Vatican's annual budget. Francis's ordered salary cuts from 3 to 10% for Vatican employees both lay in religious and pause seniority bonuses for two years. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players. Build on last week's Gaza cease fire by resuming peace talks, The Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a choke hold and wrestled to the ground in a V, A hospital security checkpoint. The justices did not comment in refusing to revive a lawsuit filed by Jose Oliva against three officers who violently detained him. In El Paso, Texas. Police in South Carolina say they believe they closed in on a man accused of I'm Rita Foley within 18 use Mint at New York City schools will be all in person this fall with no remote options. Mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement this morning. New York City has the nation's largest school district with more than one million public school students. College student Rainelle Huggins in New York, says she's only getting vaccinated because she's got to get vaccinated to go back to school. If It.

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AP News

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"nicole winfield" Discussed on AP News

"Get another for just a dollar that Oppa Papa McDonald's. I'm lovin it limited time only prices and participation may very valid for item of equal or lesser value. 80 news. Good morning. I met dawning today in New York City. It's good news Mayor Bill de Blasio's his kids will be going back to school, all of them. New York City public schools. One million kids will be back in their classroom in September. All in person. No remote. The mayor was on MSNBC's morning Joe after closing schools in March of last year. New York City was one of the first large cities to reopen school buildings in the fall of that year, But the majority of parents chose online only learning for their Children. Iran and the U. S nuclear watchdog agreed to a one month extension to a deal on surveillance cameras at Tehran's atomic sites. Buying more time for ongoing negotiations. Trying to save the country's tattered nuclear deal with world powers. Pope Francis is challenging the Vatican's in House journalist to essentially justify their continued work. Here's the a piece Nicole Winfield. The pope has visited the in House journalist, and he essentially asked them. Who is reading their news. They are in serious financial difficulties and the communications operation is the most expensive part of the Vatican's annual budget. Francis's ordered salary cuts from 3 to 10% for Vatican employees both lay in religious and pause seniority bonuses for two years. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is heading to the Middle East to press the Israelis, Palestinians and regional players to build on last week's Gaza cease fire by resuming peace talks. The Supreme Court rejected an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a choke hold and wrestled to the ground in a V, a hospital security checkpoint. The justices did not comment in refusing to revive a lawsuit filed by Jose Oliva against three officers who violently detained him in El Paso, Texas. Police in South Carolina say they believe they've closed in on Amanda. A new trial in the U. K suggest sniffer dogs could be used to detect the scent of coronavirus Inhumans Clear Guest is chief science officer at medical detection dogs, she says. These dogs have the ability to have 350 million century Septus dedicated to a fraction of this means they could spell. A teaspoon of sugar in the equivalent of two Olympic sized swimming pools. James Logan, professor at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Tell Sky News. The dogs are good with scent detection and dogs were able to detect people who didn't have any symptoms and also people with a low viral load. So those could be people here at the beginning of their infection and not really detectable because they don't have any symptoms, another factor they do really, really quickly. To each individual dog could screen up to 250 to 300 people Pair our Logan says Preliminary findings suggest a 94% success rate. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News CBS says The late show with.

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Vatican trial for sex abuse in pope's youth seminary opens

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Vatican trial for sex abuse in pope's youth seminary opens

"Trial has started over sex abuse in the pope's youth seminary. The trial has opened in the Vatican's criminal tribunal against two priests. One is accused of sexually abusing an altar boy in the Vatican's youth Seminary on the others accused of covering it up. It is believed to be the first time that such a trial has taken place inside the Vatican's criminal tribunal. Usually such cases are handled, according to the church's canon law. Associated Press correspondent Nicole Winfield

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Nun’s Rape Case Against Bishop Shakes a Catholic Bastion in India

PBS NewsHour

06:00 min | 4 years ago

Nun’s Rape Case Against Bishop Shakes a Catholic Bastion in India

"Wednesday. If knowledge in for the first time, the clergyman sexually abused nuns. John Yang has more on the story. For decades. The persistent allegations of sexual abuse of nuns and religious women by Roman Catholic priests and bishops have been overshadowed by other scandals in the church now decades of silence are ending last year a Bishop in India was arrested after a nun told police he had repeatedly raped her between two thousand fourteen and twenty sixteen many priests celebrated when the Bishop was released on bail. He faces trial later this year this week for the first time. Pope Francis addressed the issues he returned to Rome from the United Arab Emirates new name necklace. It's not something that everyone does. But there have been priests and even bishops who have done this. And I think it is still taking place because it is not as though the moment you become aware of something. It goes away. The thing continues. And we've been working on this for some time because we have suspended a few clerics and since some away over this. The pope was responding to a question from Associated Press. Vatican correspondent, Nicole Winfield who joins us now from Rome. Nicole thanks so much for being with us. You published a an investigation last summer, the documented abuse, going back decades and spreading across at least four continents. Why is it taking so long for this silence to break in for this to surface? The first public reports were in two thousand one national Catholic reporter did a groundbreaking report provided documentation that had been given to the Vatican. A decade before about the situation in Africa. So I took that as a starting point and decided that with the reckoning that was going on in the United States that it was a time to really look at what was going on around the world as far as the religious sisters were concerned. And indeed we found that really nothing had changed and you also wrote about the forces that. Kept these religious women these these nuns from speaking out from reporting the abuse in all situations of us. There is a general tendency not to to report, right? There's a sense of shame. A sense of guilt us, they're all those normal forces that we've heard over and over again in talking about abuse in general the religious sisters, though, it seems like there's compounding interests that might have conspired to keep this quiet. Some of that is that the sisters. Have a fear a real fear of repercussion within their own congregations? If they speak out, especially if they belong to some of these smaller Diaz in level congregations that order is wholly dependent on their local bishops. So if the Bishop himself is doing the views, or if one of his priests is committing the abuse there are real real vested interest in not having this come out as I said earlier, your your reporting found this over at least four continents. Give us some idea of the scope of this. And I don't know severity is the right word, but there are nuns who've been forced to have abortions are forced to have the children of these priests and bishops sisters were reporting that they were getting pregnant, and in some cases, they were even the priests themselves were paying for the abortions. So kind of a compounded. As far as the church was concerned to kind of compounded sin. And then there would be the cases where the sisters would also give birth and then very obviously, then be thrown out of the congregations. And indeed, it seems like the developing world has been some of the places where it has been reported at least more frequently than elsewhere. What's the significance of the importance of the fact that the pope answered your answering your question acknowledged this for the first time, I think it was quite courageous FM. Even take the question, I admit it was a bit out of left field. So, but there was it seems like there was momentum building for it. The the Vatican's own women's magazine. Just last week had written an article about it. So it seemed like it was fair game. Nevertheless, the fact that the pope said it he admitted it he said it was a problem. He said, we're working on it. And he committed himself to do even more because he said more was needed. I think is enormously significant if you think of this as a problem of secrecy and a culture secrecy having the pope come out and say, I get this. I know it's a problem. I think is enormously significant maybe for the sisters themselves. Maybe they might feel emboldened now to to break that silence briefly. This issue comes up just before a summit of bishops to talk about the abuse of children sexual abuse of children in the church. Is there any sense that the abuse of religious sisters is gonna come up at that meeting as well? I would be surprised if it did only because already this meeting has enormous expectations perhaps an unreasonable expectations placed on it. It was called to address a very specific issue the prevention of abuse of minors. I think if they were to add in the issue of abuse of religious sisters. That would detract attention from the core issue. So I think it would open a bit of a can of worms if they were to redirect this meeting to address that issue. And I think they'll probably just keep it focused on its original intent which was on preventing abuse of

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The Latest: Pope says church judged unfairly on sex abuse

AP Radio News

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

The Latest: Pope says church judged unfairly on sex abuse

"Pope. Francis is speaking out about the clergy. Sex abuse scandal in the Catholic church warning that it could have serious consequences for the future of the church. AP correspondent Nicole Winfield traveling with the pope in Estonia. Has acknowledged that people are outraged about these scandals that they're driving people away from the church and that the church has to change that wants to hold onto the younger generation. He told a gathering of Lutheran and orthodox and Catholic young people, but kids these days are saying, you don't have anything to offer us. You're not relevant to us anymore. And apparently he's taking that quite seriously

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