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Prince Philip and the queen's royal love story
"Celebrating prince queen elizabeth husbanded closest confidante dead at ninety nine now the life and legacy of prince philip from childhood marked by heartache to a promising naval career sacrificed for service to his queen. He has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years how. The of edinburgh revolutionized the monarchy and guided a grieving nation and just the crown battles a new series of crises. What the future now holds for the royal family marching forward without their prints. Good evening and thank you for joining us. I'm trevor all tonight. A wave of sadness washing over buckingham palace. Queen elizabeth and the entire united kingdom mourning the loss of prince philip. Now inside the duke's lifetime of allegiance as a husband a grandfather a pillar of strength behind the british monarchy ninety nine tolls at london's westminster abbey fritz phillips. Ninety nine years of life mourning the loss of queen. Elizabeth beloved husband of seventy three years. This is absolutely devastating for the queen. This is the love of her life. The man who was by has tied for decades fell in love with the queen and chose to take on a lawyer. No suddenly being her husband but also serving crown prince charles visited his mother this afternoon as the royal family plans for funeral. Eight days from now. Prince harry and meghan markle paying tribute from afar on their foundation's website. Prince william and his wife catherine also honoring the duke on instagram
Fresh update on "ninety nine years" discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"Abraham's wife had borne him. No children been ten years and syria. Said abram go sleep with my maid servant perhaps. I can build a family through her. This was an egyptian maid. Servant probably was given to them or they bought while they were in egypt. The residue of egypt is upon them. So sarah gives haggar to her husband. He sleeps with her. She becomes his wife and she is now pregnant. It's going to have a son but she begins to despise her mistress. This great trouble in the family gives birth to a child. Ish meal thirteen years. The lord does not speak again with abram. Thirteen years is a long time to go with no word of the lord. He's ninety nine years old. He now thinks it impossible for himself to ever have a child was sarah. She is passed the age of birthing a child. She's she's past her period. The lord does not come with a word. This time he personally comes. The lord appeared to abram after thirteen years of no contact and says i am god almighty. What is almighty of shy. I am the provider. God i am the i am the almighty one. I am the one who determines. What will happen your abram had said. Oh god said okay. I'll take hagar. I'll have a son. God says no. No no not going to happen. You're going to have a son sir. Now walk before me. And be blameless. Lords be perfect. It's it's serious time now. It's time for you to grow up ninety nine years old and he's being told grow up. Walk it straight. Walk at clean. No more human flesh. And i will confirm my covenant between me and you and i will greatly increase your numbers. Abram does the only thing a man can do when god comes with that kind of attitude. He falls face down on the ground. Before the almighty god you will be a father of many nations no longer. Will you be called. Abram your name will be abraham for. I've made you a father of many nations. While i'm so thankful god does not cast off forever. Cast you off forever. he is there for you. You may not of spoken to you for a long time. In fact one man. I spoke with yesterday. Say said god is only spoken to me. One time in my life i read the scriptures. I pray but he doesn't talk to me get ready. God's gonna talk to you got daybreak has for you. You must keep my covenant you and your descendants after you for the generations to come and this is my covenant with you and with your descendants after you the covenant you are to keep every male among you shall be circumcised. What is he talking about. The washington monument is known as the phallic symbol. The egyptian phallic simple it is about the supremacy of man and man's ability to create and man's ability to do what he wants to do tower of babel build a tower that reaches into the heavens into the stargate. God says no. It's not going to happen. Almost every wound the festers in our heart came out of our own. Expectations came out of what we thought we had to have. What we were trying to get an failed. Finally the of the lord comes to us and says look you're not going to be able to produce anything of any lasting value except as you allow me to do it through you. The lord god of heaven needs hands and feet hearts and bodies that will be utterly given to him that he by his spirit could flow through us for the coming of his great kingdom and sarah by the way is going to have a baby and that just that cracked abraham up. He fell face down on his face again and he just roared with laughter and he said to himself was sunday born to a man one hundred years old and will sarah child at the age of ninety abraham really showed his heart and my heart and yours he says to the lord of only ish meal might live under your blessing lord if you would just bless what i've built with my hands if you would just prosper my business if you would just build my church if you would just do what i need you to do for me that i could be successful and god says okay abraham i will bless little i will bless but that's not where my heart is. My heart is with a son. You're going to name isaac meaning laughter the joy of the lord. The healing of the wounds of our heart is found in laughter. Enjoy as we watch the muddy hand of god move in our lives and open the way before us. And there's always a time of a gap where we stop doing our will but before the will of god takes place there. Is this gap. I call it. The gap dragon.
Prince Philip, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Dead at 99
"We have to talk about some breaking news. That just happened. We all woke up this morning to queen elizabeth's announcement that prince. Philip has passed away at ninety nine years old. The queen announced that he died peacefully this morning at windsor castle. There's a memorial of flowers growing there and also outside of buckingham palace. They were married for over seventy years and their love story started when elizabeth was just thirteen years old. The cream has the quality of tolerance. The bundles prince loves romance with queen. Elizabeth was one for the agents. He was born into royalty on june tenth. Nineteen twenty one and after going to school in germany france and the uk. He joined the british royal navy. When fell was eighteen. He began exchanging letters with a thirteen year. Old princess elizabeth. They married when she was twenty. One in nineteen forty seven. It was her marriage to the edinburgh. Perhaps we i realized the personality of how queen to be he would watch her become queen. Elizabeth second was to be only the seventh queen of england. Since the days of william the conqueror the prince left after military service becoming his wife's most loyal and loving alive the father of their four children and many more grandchildren. No one could make the queen break into a smile or laugh like him together. They went through seven decades of service celebration and scandal. I have done my best with vince. Phillips constant love and help within for remain listencleveland is the tolls is one essentially ingredient. And they have been married. It meant be quite so important when things well but it is absolutely vital when things get difficult.
Prince Philip's legacy will live on in Netflix's 'The Crown'
"Philip. The royal consort of queen elizabeth. The second died this morning. At windsor castle in england. The duke of edinburgh was ninety nine years old. Npr's london correspondent. Frank langfitt joins us from belfast. Where he is covering the recent violence in northern ireland Frank just tell us more about prince philip's story and what the british public thought of a prince ville spent his early years actually traveling throughout europe e he was of royal descent himself and eventually At and had gotten to know The royal family and eventually married queen elizabeth. He was known. I think in different ways In this country over time People did make fun of him he has. She was seen as short tempered. He would tell jokes that were off color things that we would now consider even years ago politically incorrect kind of remarks. If you look at the daily mirror they number newspapers here would carry every year to they would say you know His hundreds most improper remarks was back in sixty nine. When i guess they were some financial questions he said well. If going to read next year. I'll have to give up polo. And that was one of the more minor ones that said there was also a lot of affection for him and i think respect in the sense that you know when you do a job for a very very long time and you really put your energy into it People give you a lot of credit for that. He was very dutiful. Heated thousands and thousands of royal events supporting the queen. It was a pretty thankless job in in some respects And not a great job necessarily to have today or in. The prime minister said That we give thanks to him. The nation and the kingdom give thanks to him for an extraordinary life and is his extraordinary work.
Googles Nest Hub wants to track your sleep
"So tell me about this newness hub. It is sort of at least on the outside. Kinda looks the same but there is some very different stuff. Happening underneath will start. The prices ninety nine ninety nine year round that up to two hundred bucks. The first gymnast tab was hundred twenty nine when it came out. So it's coming out of the gate a little bit cheaper than the first model which is always nice to see The there's tons of stuff under there. It's a little bit different. Yeah let's let's talk about that 'cause you you mention in your review or your announcement of the product that it's got a motion sensor and sleep tractor but the no cameras. So how does that work. Yeah so this. New smart display takes advantage of google solely technology. It's a miniature radar a low energy radar that instance movement would any cameras. They call it motion. Sensors and motion sense enable. Something called sleep sensing which is the big feature of the smart display its technology we saw i in the pixel four at league right. This was a project solely was there was a name. It and i guess that went away with the pixel five. But i guess they're retake reusing the sinology inputting into the nest hub. How does the sleep tracking worth and more portfolio up. Are you comfortable letting google track your sleep patterns. So it's an interesting question. Because i think what we'll get to the comfort chang in america that how it works is you will calibrate your smart display their assuming that. You're gonna put on your nightstand when i talked to google. They said that. Twenty percent of first generation nest hubs went on nightstands so they sort of hedge their bets on that and he'll put on your nightstand bobi calibration process that you do so that it will send just one person so if you have a co sleeper if you have pets or kids who come in and out it will sense just the person who sleeping closest the display so that radar will sense things like here movement your movement if you get in and out of bed or breathing but then they're also sensors for light end four temperature just like they had the last nest display to show you nice photos with that adaptive color start using that technology to monitor things like. Oh your bedroom got a little bit warm last night. And maybe that's why you didn't sleep so well so there's sort of a whole group of sensors in all that data is going to be local. You can see it in. Google fit apt. You'll get reports suggestions on how to possibly improve your sleep now. Are you comfortable. That's gonna depend on every person right. Some people wouldn't have even put the first in nineteen in their bedroom. Even with the camera. Even without asleep. Sensing just because like microphones and data. And i totally get that For me personally. Without a camera i'm Kind of okay with it. I'm willing to try it. You know willing to see how invasive the it feels. Yeah i imagine like you said it's it's gonna be it's gonna come down to individuals just their comfort level with google the management of their data. I know google acquired fit that Closer acquisition back in january a two point five billion dollar deal. The worse concerns about what google was used or how it was going to use that data and i know this sort of said that there'd be sort of a silent about portion of for fitbit. But do you know if there's going to be between whether this new s hubble work with your fitbit the too 'cause i know sleep tracking was also a big deal for it so we don't. We don't know for sure there have been hints on. Google has been pretty tight lipped about what's going to happen. Astor this preview window of sleep sensing oversleep syncing is available as a free preview and they say until the end of the year after that day are pretty pretty strongly hinting. It's gonna be a paid subscription feature They haven't said specifically how that's gonna go. They said things like we are looking for ways to integrate in. They said things like we are looking for ways to integrate fitbit technology with our google devices. There's been some very vague talk around it so we're not sure how it's gonna go. I do expect it eventually in probably next year you will need to pay some sort of subscription for sleep sensing an that it will probably somehow be tied in with it but google did pitch this whole display to me as a way to track your sleep without any wearables so they don't seem to really wanna tied in with a wearable interesting in the idea that it would actually charge. It's very anti google. Google is all about giving you free services right but Perhaps because there may be more cognizant of the data and you are likely trying to avoid using this for advertising research purposes. Maybe they're trying to figure out a different way to monetize it Some cases in some ways. That actually kinda i find that a little bit a take that as a bit of a relief because if they're charging me for this probably means they're not using the data for other means or other ways to you know. Send me targeted ads. I don't know it'll be interesting to see what happens. After this free preview trade ends up or ends. Yeah they did. They did mention that there will be no none of your data will be used for personalized ads. So you won't get I won't say a brand that you will get like mattress suggestions. Based on your sleep sensing so. That's
Britain's Prince Philip leaves hospital after treatment
"Britain's prince Philip has left hospital after a period of treatment Philip had been treated for an infection I am the undergoing a heart procedure the ninety nine year old husband of Queen Elizabeth has been hospitalized since being admitted to the King Edward seven hospital on February sixteen where he was treated for the infection he later underwent specialized cardiac cath before returning to the Edward concerns over his health compounds the royal family has been rocked by an interview with Meghan Duchess of Sussex on prince Harry Charles Taylor this month London
Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure
"The ninety nine year old you could Adam brother husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has had a successful heart procedure at the London hospital palace officials have announced the prince Philip underwent a successful procedure for pre existing heart condition at St Bartholomew's hospital he is expected to remain in hospital for what they cite as the number of days Philip has been hospitalized since being admitted to King Edward the seventh hospital in London on February the sixteenth when he was initially treated for an infection he was recently transferred to a specialized cardiac care hospital symbol phonies his illness is not believed to be related to the coronavirus Karen Thomas London
Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill
"The united kingdom. The uk is begging harry and beckoned to postpone the oprah interview as his ninety nine year. Old grandpa is still in hospital. So let me explain prince philip. That's the queen's husband. He's ninety nine years old. He's been in hospital now for a few days. He's being transported to a different hospital in london. That's not a good sign. All of this comes. Of course leading up to harry a meghan. Big towel with oprah. That's going to add on sunday night. God forbid anything happens to philip. We should be realistic here. Without being doom and gloom. He's nineteen nine years old. he's in hospital. We know we know so. Should they postpone. What do you think mistake. They're in a tricky position. Well you know. I love television so first of all. This interview is happening with oprah and it set to air on cbs. This sunday march seven. Now originally it was ninety minutes long. But it's so juicy so good that the network extended it to two hours which means when they have commercials on it. Those thirty second. Ads can cost two hundred thousand charlotte. So there's money on the line here and it's like you said it's tricky prince. Philip makes it through sunday and they allow the show to air and they go back to london. Of course people are going to be incense that they gave this interview. We know we've been teased. That megan is asked if she has been silent about here experience with the royal family or has been silenced. This and there's no holds barred so people are actually asking fans on twitter and social media are seeing to please. Cbs postpone it. But like i said it's all about the money so it's a very very very tricky subject. It isn't it and also we've worked in tv misty. So we know the hosts the people the guests on the show them no power. It's the network that decides even harry and meghan decided that they'd made a mistake. Want to postpone it for a little bit. They've got no say in that. Cbs has scheduled this. That'd be a two hour hole in the schedule more importantly. Cbs would have to give all the advertising money back. Because they're charging a higher rate to advertise on the meghan. And harry and oprah show then they would on the regular show that as their on sunday night oprah has been teasing this gayle king. Her best friend has said. It's the best interview. Oprah has ever done oprah said to meghan. You've said some pretty shocking things here. I don't know with oprah's overplaying this normally. She doesn't or if this is going to be as explosive as we think it is just such a bad time for
Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests
"Prince. Phillip was transferred on monday to a specialized london heart hospital to undergo testing and observation for pre existing heart condition as he continues to be treated for unspecified infection buckingham palace the ninety nine year old son of queen elizabeth. The second was moved from king. Edward the seventh hospital where he's been treated since february seventeenth to saint bartholomew's hospital which specializes in cardiac care. The palace says remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week. Philip was admitted to the private king. Edward the seventh hospital in london feeling ill. Phillips illness is not believed to be related to covid nineteen both he and the ninety four year. Old queen received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in early january. Philip who retired from royal duties in two rarely appears in public. Now during england's current coronavirus lockdown. Philip also known as the duke of edinburgh has been staying at windsor castle west of london with the queen. Philip marriage the then princess elizabeth in nineteen forty seven and is the longest serving royal consort in british history. He and the queen have four children. Eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Prince Philip to a London hospital for infection treatment
"Britain's prince Philip is continuing to be treated in London hospitals for an infection Buckingham palace's Philip the queen's ninety nine year old husband has been transferred from king and wood seven hospital to St Bartholomew's the box hot center that is Europe's biggest specialized cardiovascular center in addition to treatment for an unspecified infection he will undergo testing and observation full of pre existing heart condition the palace says royal officials say Philip remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week Charles Taylor this month London
Palace: Prince Philip has infection, will stay in hospital
"Britain's prince Philip Haas a type of infection I will stay in hospital for now Buckingham Palace says Philip the queen's ninety nine year old husband is comfortable and responding to treatment but he's not expected to leave hospital for several days he was admitted to the private King Edward seven a week ago often feeling ill while officials have called it a precautionary measure Philip's youngest son Prince Edward has told British broadcaster Sky News this is father is now a lot better Philip who retired from public duties in twenty seventeen rarely appears in public it's unclear what kind of infection the prince house Charles Taylor this month London
Party down: Vietnams Communist leaders meet
"Once every five years with much pomp and pageantry the bombs communist leadership convenes in a national party congress thirteenth. One again in the capital hanoi. This week the expectation is that there will be a raft of stamp policies and new party leaders john despite the country's relatively low kobe numbers and positive economic performance. The party's position outside. The national conference center is weaker than it seems at the national party congress. They discuss issues confronting vietnam. They set policy and they elect the central committee. Politburo and the four top jobs. Charlie mccann is our southeast asia correspondent among them the most powerful job in the country. That is the party. Secretary-general and what's the overall tone at the congress. This time around pretty self. Congratulatory parties had a good year. They've handled the pandemic pretty well. Had just over fifteen hundred cases and fewer than fifty deaths and the economy actually grew by three percent but there's still a lot of disquiet and the party and indeed in the public disquiet in the party in the form of some kind of opposition. There's no organized opposition. Nobody's going to supplant the communist party anytime soon and ever since the nineteen eighties. When the country embarked on the transition from a century planned economy to market one the party has state its legitimacy on rising incomes on his ability to increase prosperity. And it's done that over. Four decades vietnam has transformed from one of the poorest countries in the world to middle income manufacturing powerhouse. But if you look beyond. Those headline figures are causes for concern. The economy has been growing at about seven percent. The last several years and the economy needs to reach that level of growth to keep the labor market. It's not clear that it can do so however at the same time as you have this depressed. Economic growth inequality is rising and social mobility is declining. okay that's about formal opposition parties but you mentioned disquiet among the public as well. What's happening. They're vietnamese can't express their discontent through politics. Because opposition parties are banned but informal criticism is growing. There are a lot of vietnamese. Social media users about sixty five million out of a total population of one hundred million according to our social british firm as level of education has improved in the country and more and more people have access to the internet. they've been exposed to values that are antithetical to the communist paradise that the regime is trying to build these values like democracy and human rights and they can express views on social media and so it's that disquiet than in the public that's causing the disquiet in the party. I mean how is the house. The party dealt with that space for criticism harshly. They have cracked down over the past five years. They've arrested two hundred eighty people for quote anti-state activities up from sixty eight in the previous five year period instructed the serum press to scrub phrases like civil society and human rights from their pages and in the months leading up to the national congress. This crackdown has intensified earlier. This month day sentenced three freelance journalists famous for criticizing the government to between eleven and fifteen years in prison. It's a lot easier to shoot off an angry tweet or facebook post than it is to organize in vietnam where protest is technically illegal but actually there have been a lot of protests in real life over the last several years so in two thousand eighteen for instance tens of thousands of vietnamese took to the streets. Because they're angry about a proposed law that they were worried would allow chinese companies to lease special economic zones for a ninety nine years as a lot of anti chinese sentiment in vietnam. Because there's a lot of concern that chinese infringing on their offering sovereignty and the protests so violent angry there were clashes between the police and protesters. The government eventually abandoned this law so a good pandemic response and the economic growth. That comes with that somewhat offset by this discontent. What else is on party leaders minds. Ironically trade is going to be a worry as well and i say -ironically because trade is a is a massive driver of economic growth. It is through trade. That vietnam has been able to transform itself into manufacturing powerhouse and yet at the same time it gives its export markets leverage over the government. So for instance in order to get the eu to agree to free trade deal last year. Vietnam had to agree to abolish forced labor and allow the creation of independent labor unions which was a massive concession but surely concerns such as that aren't limited to the you know means the party officials have to think very carefully about their relations with both china its biggest trade partner and the us biggest export market. The trump administration came down really hard on vietnam labeled it. A currency manipulator late last year and trump has described vietnam quote. Almost a single worst abuser of everybody for that reason. So the party will be very keen to rebuild the relationship with the biden administration. But at the same time i can't be seen to cozy up too closely to the us for fear of offending china. With whom it has an incredibly important relationship you know. Shares ideology shares along land border and they have an important trade relationship you know. China is largest source of materials and equipment for vietnam manufacturing industry so that it's a tricky balancing act required of party officials to get that relationship right so whoever emerges from the congress secretary general. There won't be much time for celebrating. He's gonna have a lengthy to do list.
Queen Elizabeth II and husband receive COVID-19 vaccinations
"Royal officials say Queen Elizabeth the second and her husband prince Philip have received their covert nineteen vaccinations Buckingham Palace officials said in a statement that the ninety four year old monarch and Philip who is ninety nine years old have received their jobs joining some one point five million people in Britain who have been given a first dose of the vaccine injections were administered at Windsor Castle with the queen and her husband have been spending the time doing the look down in England oil officials said they took the rare step of commenting on the monarchs health in order to prevent inaccuracies and further speculation there is shockingly London
Member of famed Tuskegee Airmen dies from coronavirus
"One of the famed Tuskegee airmen the first black pilots in the U. S. military who fought in World War two has died from cove it he was one hundred the announcement of theater Lumpkin junior's death just came from Los Angeles City College which he attended his death from the corona virus was the day after Christmas and just days before his one hundred and first birthday Lufkin was drafted in nineteen forty two and served as an intelligence officer briefing pilots on missions in two thousand and seven the Tuskegee airmen were collectively awarded the congressional gold medal in twenty twelve George Lucas made the film red tails about the airman Lumpkin is survived by his ninety nine year old wife and numerous family members I'm Julie Walker
Trump economic adviser urges wearing of masks at Tulsa rally
"The grass president trump will be in Tulsa Saturday for his first campaign rally in months Republican Oklahoma governor cap instead praise to the president after he backed down in the face of widespread criticism and rescheduled the rally away from the Juneteenth observance of the end of slavery in the US Oklahoma Democratic Party chair Alicia Andrews talks about preparation there are many peaceful rallies there are many meaningful conversations meaningful forms for conversation all over the city and really all over the state in preparation for the president's visit so he will he will be greeted by his supporters for sure Tulsa is known for its peaceful demonstrations the city was the site of one of the deadliest white on black racist attacks in American history ninety nine years
UK's Queen Elizabeth joins first public video conference call to mark carers week
"A team quite Elizabeth the second stake in part in her first public video conference call correspondent Syria shock at least says the queen spoke to for health aids so called carers about the challenges they face looking after people close to them during the corona virus pandemic as part of Paris week in the UK the ninety four year old monarch showed once again that she's adept at meeting the challenges posed by new technologies the queen said it was interesting listening to all the carrots tales and stories and she's impressed but what they have achieved already the queen husband isolating with her ninety nine year old husband prince Philip I went to a concert over the past three months was on the call for around twenty minutes during the call she heard about the isolation and difficulties carriers have been facing through the
Queen Elizabeth takes part in first public video call
"Queen Elizabeth the second has taken part in her first public video conference call to chat to four carriers about the challenges they face looking up to people close them during the corona virus pandemic as part of Paris week in the UK the ninety four year old monarch showed once again that she's adept at meeting the challenges posed by new technologies the queen said it was interesting listening to all the carrots tales and stories and she's impressed but what they have achieved already the queen husband isolating with her ninety nine year old husband prince Philip I once accosted over the past three months was on the call for around twenty minutes during the call she heard about the isolation and difficulties carriers have been facing through the pandemic there is shockingly London
‘We’re sick of it’: Anger over police killings shatters US
"Protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis have been taking place all over the country and cities both big and small including one that's marking a significant day in its racial history on may thirty first nineteen twenty one a race riot erupted Intel's Oklahoma as white mobs began looting in leveling the affluent black district of Greenwood known as the black Wall Street over reports of a black man had assaulted a white woman in an elevator hundreds are believed to have died ninety nine years later the protester over George Floyd and the crowd until says a mix of blacks and whites and mainly peaceful with many using the protester Colin told so efficient to do a better job of addressing racial inequality I'm Julie Walker
Robber who killed 80-year-old at Houston Walgreens store was out of jail on two felony PR bonds
"An eighty year old woman walked out of a Walgreens Saturday morning and she was stabbed to death and while she lay dying in a are on the hard concrete the parking lot of the Walgreens the man who just stab her to death took her purse off over any rifled through her purse to quickly find then he took her keys and I got a car Mr rifling through her car whereupon a police officer was flagged down police officer pulls in the parking lot they tell him what's going on is right over there he's inside the car right now police officer draws his gums is get out the car gets out of car runs at the cop with a knife in raised ready to stab him to death officer has shoot Gillen not something an officer ever wants to have to do he had to do it now the reason the stories making the news in such a big way is because that guy should never have been out he's been arrested sixty eight separate times I'm sorry I was wrong as fast as sixty seven sixty eight over the last fourteen years in Harris County alone I haven't checked the other counties maybe more he's been arrested sixty eight separate times three years ago he was arrested for assaulting a police officer a conviction there would be five to ninety nine years but our district attorney Kim Aug Bossard this democratic came in here she decided that he didn't need to do jail time or should he need to do much jail time so she reduced that charge it would have been out again two weeks ago assaulted a police officer felony theft they let him go again and now a woman is dead the district attorneys blamed the judge course what would you do it right so K. H. O. U. which is a news station here in Houston had a story about why the world was Randy Lewis added jail Rosalee cook never missed a birthday or anniversary her family says
"ninety nine years" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Ninety nine year old man and in Lakewood New Jersey but meanwhile the prison doors are being opened and three three Massachusetts man have been arrested in Rhode Island for a charge with playing around of golf today hello world will have to get more on that maybe that maybe we'll save that one for police blotter facts yeah L. the other news Virginia Clark is locked up for shooting at three masked robbers in the store not a type of that's you may have heard about this case he the the clerk sits in jail with no bail charged with crimes for which you could be locked up for twenty years he he we lived above the store and he he woke up Sunday morning to find these these bugs breaking into the store and buy stealing merchandise and cash and now he's charged with malicious wounding reckless handling of a firearm in violation of a protective order police say they'll get around a charging the robbers later yeah I'm I'm sure they well I'm sure they well eight four four five hundred forty two forty two remember when the the the president said that one of the problems they've had was with hospital personnel especially in New York stealing equipment amber that the the mainstream media attacked them and said how dare he say that they were stealing they were stealing equipment and then I guess the previous day someone had been arrested in Brooklyn for rob for selling stolen stolen hospital equipment and garbage PPVs now there's another one hospital worker thirty three is arrested this is in New York for stealing a box of masks from people from work and shipping them to other people this woman Joshi right stole facemask and worshipping them to another person this is upstate taken into custody for stealing the masks and other medical supplies for Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown I guess the president will be getting an apology from all those all those hundreds who were attacking him for us saying that this kind of stuff never happened what's your next without white cargo at rush you.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Antiabortion movement just keeps on growing and growing, so two bills in state legislators one in Alabama and one in Georgia effectively aimed to bring rove e weighed up to the supreme court and hopefully get it overturned in Georgia. It's the fetal heartbeat law, which says that after the doctors can ascertain any kind of heartbeat with the fetus, abortions done that usually at six weeks, when most most women don't even know they're pregnant the other one and Alabama goes, even further that law says that any moment of conception doesn't matter when it happens doesn't matter where in the pregnancy, it is an abortion is illegal and a doctor can get ninety nine years in prison and the other thing between Georgia Alabama Georgia allows an exemption for incest, and rape, both of them for the health of the mother. That's an easy one, but incest, and rape exempted in Georgia, Alabama says we don't care including incest, and rape abortion is a felony punishable by ninety nine years in prison. Now what's going to happen? Well, of course that's going to be attacked in the courts. So you'll see a federal district court down, you'll see a federal district court judge shutting it down. Then it goes to the appeals court, which will probably shut it down because it's the violation of Roe v. Wade, then the supreme court can do one of two things. Number one refused to hear it. Which means Roe v. Wade and these laws which are actively effectively make abortion, illegal those fall by the wayside, Lord, the court agrees to hear it. And then that gets interesting to they wanna limit Roe v. Wade do they want to uphold do they want to eliminate so we won't know and some of the big decisions are going to happen in June of this year when the? Court ends its term. Let's take some phone calls. Mike there, you are welcome to handle on the law. Hey, bill. Good morning taking my call. Sure. I have I have a question for you. My wife and I bought our house about three years ago. It fell short sale, and we got a new spectrum report, pretty much from two previous potential buyer, we bought our house to make a long story short three years later we moved into solar solar inspectors came. They said, hey, we can do this. But unfortunately you have a skeleton crew feeding underneath the tile. There's absolutely nothing. You'll qui- note thirty way, paper, nothing. So instead of the solar cost me twenty four thousand dollars. It's coffee now for next fifty thousand do I have a recourse to go back after the specter into seller of because nowhere to report as well. Don't I don't know about the sellers because it's gonna be hard to prove that they knew that the roof was defective. And you couldn't put up a solar system. And I'm sorry. He doesn't think it's not a defected ninety seventy six I guess it was up to code, but it's not up to code now. All right. Well, they don't have to bring it up to code because did you know you were gonna put it in a solar? Did you ask the inspector? I want to put a solar system in therefore, can you check it out if it's available or is it meets the requirements to put a solar system. Did you say that know so how? So why would so if it met the code, and they didn't know you were going to put solar in? I mean I don't get it. Why, why would they be responsible for any of that? They did exactly what they're supposed to do. What if what if you wanted to put a second flood story? But the foundations weren't strong enough to put into second story, and you got, well, I won't put a second story. You have got to stay straight to the foundations, even though I didn't tell you in the buying agreement. Where do you think they're responsible? Give give me an idea here. The problem is where where I see kind of an issue is he? He didn't even go up on the roof and even say, hey, you have a skeleton real and per nineteen seventy six coast. This is up to date on have the they don't they do not have the duty to say that you met coat if you've met code, they don't have to tell you, you've met code. Okay. I mean, why would they let me ask you something? So how about this your dishwasher was installed eight years ago, and it was okay then, but if you buy a new one today, it's different. You got to put in a different hose. Now let's move over to your cabinets. Now let's move over to your electricity him which was in fact, met code when it was a stall when the house was built. But if you had to build it, today, it doesn't meet code, you want him to go through the whole house, as opposed to just saying it met code. Right. Yeah. You've got boys to go. You have no case. I mean zero case I mean yet goose egg as in no case. But, you know, that's interesting. Think about this. He should've effectively the argument is, they should have known. I was going to put in a solar system. Therefore, it doesn't work that way. It really doesn't. Sharing. Ooh goodwin. Hello. Sharon, welcome. Hi, bill. Yes. Problem. Yes. My California driver's license with the number six six six. I hate it. I want it all at the DMV. Can I have that removed number absolutely not that will follow you throughout life, and I'm like throughout life? What does that mean when you get another color? It goes with you. My driver's license number your driver's license has a six six six and why are you so offended that it has six in there? Someplace a personally. I'm a Christian. So I hate that I don't want the markup east on the definitely time I have to show my driver's license. Everybody always who you've got six six six. It's a stigma as well as hey. It's my soul. I don't want to change it. Okay. First of all, let me tell you this, you know, this day has been terrific. There are a number of calls. I have never heard. I almost never get calls that I have not heard before sharing. You're right there. I've never heard this before. So you have six, so it's the Mark of the beast, do I do have any other marketed based on your forehead, like, Harry Potter. Does without you know the the bowl? Bolt of lightning or anything like that or anything to be seen. Not yet Bill. All right. Wow. At you've made an application to the department of motor vehicles to change your license number. Application. No, you have to do that. Did you just you just talk to someone who said too bad, right? Yes. Oh, no. No, no. In person. Yeah. No, no. You want to make an application. There is an application out there to change your license number for whatever reason, I, and now, my guess, if I were there and I'm the one that makes the decision I'd look at your application, and I'd say, wow. There is sharing six six six and your belief that is the Mark of the devil. And how many people comment on it make you feel bad? I would look at you. And think you're a fruitcake. Exactly. And most people do when I bring it up. That's great. Yeah. Great. No, no, no, no, no, no, no fruit cake, and asking that the six six six somehow is horrific. So I where does that go? What if I'm offended by the number nine right aunt, or three, three three, which is bad luck where I come from? I mean we I mean seriously how far do you take that? The here's the problem. Yeah. It's going Bill. I am as her mind as to Gatien as the why is this. Okay. With you DMV. I went online to look to see if I could out six six six on a personalized plate. Absolutely not came back with -fensive. Yeah. That is that's a little by the way. That's a great argument. That is a great argument. However, six six six is within a whole series of numbers and it's not on a license plate. That might offend other people not even you. They're not worried about you because people who apply for six six six somewhere in the Rice's plate, or it's on it has nothing to do with you. It's people driving down the road and people driving down the road aren't looking at your driver's license, because you're personally offended, so there are some real issues there. I love the idea. Make the application to the DMV and say, hey, I'm personally offended, and just hate it hate it because of my religious belief, that's a decent argument, because you have a religious belief, even though. I think it's kind of crazy and people somehow think it's the Mark of the devil, and therefore think that maybe you're connected. And do people do try to do an extra system there? You know, they cross every again and show it may the power of Christ. And then it'd be great. I love that. There's a movie there. Anyway. Make the application just go ahead. And it's a it's a formal written application. I think first of all, they're all gonna laugh, I guarantee you that that will be passed around everybody in that office will be looking at that application. So damn entertaining. But ninety could be have no idea..
"ninety nine years" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Nobody limited birth control either. Talk about it is it is ridiculous. So I all it's, it's it's disingenuous, and it's, it's dishonest. To, to make the argument that they're making here with us. So, but yeah, it was Democrats that they fought a Republican led effort to have birth control. The over the counter Democrats didn't want it, why they want people to go to Planned Parenthood to get their birth control. Why is Planned Parenthood? Gives them more in, in political donations than any other any other group. It is arguable. It is all out there for all to see. So this advice in prison for while he could could be in prison for ninety nine years with that law, the for who perform them Alexander kasha court has gotten back and forth, the other day. And she said that it was an attack on women at cetera et cetera. And it was so embarrassing for her again because she had clearly no idea what she was talking about. I watched the exchange, and I was I couldn't even I couldn't believe it. She said, Alabama lawmakers are making all abortions felony punishable with jail time, including women victimized by rape and incest, no added punishments for rapists. It's going to go on governor k IV's desk, she'll decide the future of women's rights in America and women are not going to be jailed for abortions, and that was pointed out to hurt the abortionist would be penalized. And it's been made over the point of Cortez trying to scare women into supporting abortion that point has been with with these talking points has been made over and over and then so Cortez responsible. It's a felony. Punishable by jail, including cases of women pregnant by rape or incest. Twitter's two hundred eighty characters read the context clues the grammar of the tweet. What the hell does that even mean but good to know you're here to promote criminalising medical providers, aiding victims of Raipur and Ceska job. And she was responded to two hundred eighty characters plenty of room to tell the truth, they'd never be a felony for women period. It's despicable ease victims of child. Rape is justification for one million abortions every year you weren't seeking exemption for rape incest. You all abortion legal always, and Cortez, respond to actually would be a felony for women if those women are medical providers. See. Yes, she did. Yes. She literally did she? She said that, it she goes, yes, it, it she said, it would be her original tweet is referring to women who are victims of rape, and incest, actually, it would be a felony for women if those women are medical providers. See. Wow goal post moving thing..
"ninety nine years" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Prevented him from serving ninety nine years in prison selfie. Yeah. He took a selfie at a get together with his family that proved the accusations from his ex were totally false. What were the accusations that would landed him in jail for ninety nine years that he broke into her house in carved an X on her chest with a box cutter. Oh, that'll do it. It was felony burglary. With a tent commit other crimes. Get ninety nine years for that. Yeah. So. You hear that? Yeah. Long clear. This is Texas though. So maybe harsher or whatever. He's twenty one years old. He's at his job. He gets arrested for what we know what you did you carbon accent to your wife or your ex wife or ex girlfriends chest, and he's like I did not do that went to court all the stuff. He was facing ninety nine years. The finally was able to produce a photo NFA's with post that showed. He was sixty five miles away. And they did like geo testing on the photo was taken at seven twenty when the attack was supposed to happen that did not occur. Any also post on Facebook. They had time Sampson everything otherwise he'd be in prison right now his ex eventually admitted she made the whole thing and carved the exit our own chest. Oh my God. Get in trouble. Do you? Now, the cops are investigating. Here's my thing. If somebody's gonna do that Katy. Looking at me. I'm just saying if somebody who's gonna do that they should get. Yes. Totally agree. Seriously, because yes, you're get without a doubt. I get there's people that get assaulted, and it's totally against that. But the fact that it just seems so easy for somebody to make a claim the person immediately gets arrested. I believe if somebody guy or girl just says, hey, I got punched in the face. And here's a black guy. I think the other person gets arrested ninety nine percent of the time immediately. In this case off on your record of an arrest for assault or domestic violence right away without any and then you have to prove your it's supposed to be as proven innocent until proven guilty. But if you're arrested that's kind of like, you're guilty before you're proving that you're guilty until proven innocent. Otherwise, they wouldn't hold you make you pay bond or make you stay in jail, depending on what it is eight to leave your as it should be when someone really is assaulted. But in this case, she's a psycho, aloe. All the times where we say to you put down your phone stopped taking somebody southeast. It seems like now you have the document where you are to worry about it. Carol my wife takes about five thousand south. So I'm pretty much covered. You know, more sometimes before I even know like, oh, really? And I'm looking at b. Oh, that's nice. Yeah. It was weird line girl. Right. Yeah. You have a baby daughter now is like. Facebook. That's interesting. I know she's pregnant. All right. So yes, he prevented himself, otherwise he would be in prison for the rest of his life. Was the way that he was going to be found. Guilty was yes. Yes. It took over a year to prove his innocence. You magin that year and a half of your life. Just ridiculous. Right. And he even said he was at family's house. And they said was here. They thought they were covering for him. I mean, the whole thing's a nightmare. I was gonna say there were no human beings that can vouch for him being sixty five miles away. You think well, I mean, you don't think a woman carbon Exeter chess with a box cutter. I recently saw a video on Facebook of a girl inner bedroom taking a hammer and pounding yourself all over her body with the hammer. Oh my gosh. It was like video recorded, and I guess the guy I saw that. Yes. I set it up in the room. Yeah. It just happens. And she was about to make a claim or she did make a claim that she was being. It was the most psychotic. Yes. Our herself on the bed. Interesting hammering herself. I think you said that test like oh my gosh. What a psycho. Yeah. In the dude I like, well, she's hot. She's a little crazy. But she's hot that crazy. Good thing. But if you'd have the proof man that would be in prison because you don't think a some nice lady, seemingly nice lad, he's going to ham herself in her own bedroom. Few bad apples ruin it for everyone. Yeah. Now, we're all crazy. Well, said Katie. Gives women bad name when I would say a good majority of women would never do. Winner saco. Now, I don't say that. I just I just think we really need to look at everything we're jumping to conclusions and ruining lives because more a lot of that stuff has come out like this guy with the stormy Daniels lawyer. Now one could say right away. He did it. He did. Or maybe not there's a lot of political agenda. The lot of weirdness going by. And I think at one time he said he wanted to run for president. He was still alive. Now, I'm not saying that it didn't happen. I'm just saying we really got to look at it brought up he represented a woman who has now said she made up allegations against Brett Kavanagh about that. He was the leader some gang rape thing. This like a month later. She was like, yeah. It's made the whole thing up. I mean, that's scary. If someone can say, Jason Goodman in college. He led some gang rape thing. NPR like, oh my gosh. What a terrible person. And then you have to somehow prove that you didn't do that at the same time. If something happened to somebody that was right? It's a that's. Is that people do then don't believe you? Right. That it happened. It is scary..
"ninety nine years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Seen what happens when markets. There. How can you say that? No, you're right by cutting for them. But I don't hate them. Yes. You can be from ninety three when they didn't beat the Braves once and all that. But really ultimately have the Rockies truly ninety off rob NAN. It's like they've never had them like the dog, right? But I still don't like to me like if the dodgers are a ten going back to my scale here asking you about your sharks. Fandom if the has love numerical grades. Copes will come in Cope's believes in abolishing the one through ten system. He believes in a one through three sisters, just the facts, Murph. Three. Gore confusing Cope's territory. Okay. If hating the dodgers, the three need more options than three Iraqis would be like a one point four is by the way, my violating the code was he start decimal. Splitting up the numbers that are defeated. I think he got like look to the US educational system as like at least the guide where you have five possible outcomes. ABCD f- like you go one-two-three. There's just not enough there. There are many many colors in the rainbow trout. What is he going ten? That's reasonable. I'm with you. And just he's giving me three. He's going with the grades in high school copes. There is no e in high school you were talking about. I thought he was. He was saying multiple choice. You get the one thing. I'll say this. And I said this last day, I'll say it again. I as a baseball like a lover. I love baseball. I I get so sad. I was joking last hour how they have the demographics show that the average baseball fan is a World War One veteran who is ninety nine years. I don't waste told me about baseball. This just in for no just here. He grew up a big Mets fan too. And he was like because we were talking ball. And he's in LA. This is my buddy from jersey of a real quick. And I go who you who you into in the playoffs. He used to watch the game. He goes, I really don't have time because I don't have the time to invest in watching games every night. That's I thought it was interesting. Yeah. Say that I have to sit there sitting on my couch last night. I was enjoying the hell out of October baseball. I was like this. Attention, but I will say this. It's bad for baseball that the cubs are out, the national interest ESPN and all that the talk shows rooting for the Rockies nice body jail. All right, Wayne Keiper on the other side us. We get city national Bank.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To get depressed look at the balance of the mortgage project if you just pay the normal payment thirty year mortgage the balanced as really high for about seventeen eighteen years and then it starts to come down and most of the principal reduction happens in the last decade of the thirty year mortgage and it comes down very quickly once we get to the tipping point that it starts to come down really quickly unfortunately the same thing happens with an investment portfolio if it's not increasing if it if it just once we get to that tipping point if you don't change something dramatically meaning how much you're taking out of it it has a downward spiraling effect and it is very difficult to recover from it in fact in many cases it's impossible so we want to make sure that we never get to that tipping point where we go down in value dramatically and then have to continue to take distributions from that downward value because that is if you're ninety nine years old at that point probably not a huge issue but if you're sixty nine seventy five seventy nine by the time the and you're still healthy and you're still looking pretty good you're going to have to change something and it's going to have to be changing and you're spending your you've been retired for ten or fifteen years and now you've got to change your spending you mean i got to take a cut in pay because the market went down that i don't like that i shouldn't have gambled with my portfolio professor plum i wasn't gambling i was dating a balanced portfolio and the twenty year period of time without distributions at nine percent rate of return gambling.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To be a lifesaving mission students who survive the florida high school massacre meeting in tallahassee today with governor rick scott state lawmakers lobbying for changes in gun laws on wall street the sporting dow futures down ten points this is srn news ninety nine years old died this morning firearm edward stephen colbert he's right the adults aren't cutting it anymore i think we need to change the voting age until we do something about guns you can't vote if you're over eighteen and he's i feel better you'll better deal got getting as more than just words these kids are taking action organizing a series of school walkouts across the country and a march in washington these kids are inspiring the only reason i walked out of class was to go behind the school and study perfect today these kids bust of tallahassee to ask lawmakers to beg lawmakers to reinstate the assault weapons ban the very weapons that were used to kill their classmates and with these students watching from the gallery those legislators proved they heard their anguished cries and bogeyed no any i hope these kids don't give up because this is their lives and their future someone else maybe in power but this country belongs to them and there is reason for hope look at the me to movement a lot of men in power did not see that coming but it proved that change can happen overnight what part of shall not be infringed does mr kohl they're not understand not one word about how many lives have been spared because someone was able to get a firearm and defend himself or herself not one word staggering i'm larry over don't leave town larry elder all true all the other state two it also removes or patrick paauwe survivors of gun violence fraud tales of sadness in suggestions for solutions to the white house wednesday president trump blessed and promised to take action heavy rains caused flooding in the central us wednesday the rain may return this weekend in already flooded illinois northern indiana flood warnings were also upper parts.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"And this is where you have to be careful when you're using deadly force we have another story there is a man in 2014 he was nineteen years old at the time he had heard his neighbours arguing it sounded like a significant domestic dispute and the guy who let went to leave and the neighbors stepped out with the right and ordered him to stop in the guidance out the neighbor shot him see you keep you happier it adds a little shady right here so you can you i mean you can't be judge jury and executioner right you can't use if somebody doesn't stop because they're running away he can't shoot him in the head and that's what happened so in anc this anchorage man had been found guilty of murder in the shooting of a abor following over un overheard argument that was back in two thousand four careful right call yeah yeah yeah it's it's really in egg is really an escalation of force there and so his name was jeremiah trailing and this was in mountain view and mountain the apartment he was actually nineteen when he did it and he was found guilty of seconddegree murder rape he was trying to you step into a domestic dispute and help but he escalated the situation so so he it says right here he has been found guilty they haven't sentencing me out but he faces possibly up to ninety nine years in prison again murder if somebody shiny get away and that's what i worry about when you see the stories about the north pole guy that shot at people trying to steal his car we've gone through this over and over and over if you're not in jeopardy right you can't shoot somebody because they're still in something of yours right now they're stealing your kid maybe that's different but if they're stealing your gas can if they're stealing your atv if they're stealing your car unless they are trying to hit you iran you over or if you feel like you or somebody else's an imminent threat and that's why i recommend to all my friends who want.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Some of these folks for and compromised help and one of the most ninety nine years old while the people who died the staff you've i wanna think is not in other than are bad people but they were overwhelmed or incompetent displaced did have some marks against it in the past right it did yes so and so did its ownership to close to uh who were behind the the money side of the whole thing other types and controversy it as the owner of the company to oversee this particular nursing all has some fraud allegations road back in the early 2000s pd multimillion dollar fine not older some product agents as well but it seems the most of the troubled that they've been in has been about why critiquing at about medicare issues medicaid problems not so much about patient care it seems to be the it's not the first time to the first time it was all about it patient care has been a major concern or do you know jim how long the people were suffering in those conditions i'm wondering what the time line was well the air conditioner went out there the trash hold blue at the height of the store that would have been sunday morning early sunday more so it would have been or four days three or four days that those people were inside that place without air conditioner was very hop the next day the sun came out a hot and an extremely high humidity so that very good condition to your right why would they are supervisors route with salt adding and to take charge of the situation now i hate to sprint to criminal charges but you think this is the sort of thing that you have to criminally charge people you have to give that place a whopping find so that the other ones next time won't be so negligent well yes and lehrer and the prosecutors theor the district attorney's office is looking at potential criminal charges the governor is demanding a criminal investigation always at the the the two service in the state bill notes in the market rubio are asked medicare and medicaid to look into this place as welsh frightening statistic and i think it.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"It's eight minutes now in front of the hour on this morning jennifer kushinka is back with more of america's first news put him millions of people are converging on a narrow corridor stretching from oregon to south carolina to watch the moon blot out the midday sun for a couple of minutes in the first total solar eclipse to sweep coast coast in ninety nine years this man traveled with friends and family from kent washington to madras oregon to be with friends and family to say at once in a lifetime experience i mean i'm never going to see this and again in my life planetarium's and museums posted as sold out of eclipse glasses on their front doors while signs along highways her mind motorists of solar eclipse monday and with two 100 million people within a day's drive of the path of totality towns and parks brace for monumental crowds it's expected to be the most observed most studied and most photographed eclipse ever south korean and us forces began computersimulated military exercises today amid tensions over north korea's missile and nuclear programs amid reports yang yang has generated at least two hundred seventy milliondollar since february despite un sanctions south korean president moon says the joint drills are purely defensive fan do not aimed to raise tensions on the peninsula president travel use a nationally televised address tonight you outlined the strategy he believes will best position the us to eventually declare victory in afghanistan the president's expected to announce that he'll be sending another four thousand us troops to afghanistan well taylor swift wiped out her social media accounts on friday sending fans into a frenzy over whether the pop singer had been hacked is preparing to launch a new album or is about to reinvent herself swift who has eighty five million twitter followers and one hundred two million instagram followers deleted all of her instagram photos her post on tumbler and removed her avatar from her facebook page or all postings prior to december two thousand fifteen or missing the singer also deleted years of twitter posts on her official website show just a black screen when a swiss for her fans tweeted that she was too scared to go to sleep in case swift drops a new song my goodness moselle about it's like eclipse mania that hitler swooped as missing as there are correlation i dunno hundreds of millions of.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on AP News
"Pairs especially clips glasses have been made and sold or given away as people ready for monday's total solar eclipse the first across the us ninety nine years getting a clip laugh guinness line rats clean out here clean actually even normally calm scientists that nasser getting excited lunar researcher noah pitrow says folks outside the path of totality we'll see some pretty cool stuff anyway shadows cast will be different shadows through trees that will look like packman uh you have the crescent son or will be cast upon the the surface and what about the weather monday forecasters say cloudless skies most likely in oregon idaho while these south carolina coast has the best chance foreign overcast i'm tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news on to the wire top trump advisor steve bannon leaves the white house be washington bureau chief julie pace reports bannon was the strongest voice for saw trump's most fervent followers shannon is someone who is better on trump for quite some time he was there early when trump was considering a presidential bid he is really the person who has shaped a lot of what the president believes on issues like immigration which became so central to trump's campaign and to his message as president and this will remove some one in the white house who really speaks to the views of the base trump's base voters are very loyal band and wasted little time switching jobs he's back with breitbart news executive chairman and he tells bloomberg politics in an interview he'll be continuing to fight the same fights just from outside the white house president trump looking for a new approach to the afghan war ap's mike rossio with more after huddling with his top national security aides at camp david the white house says president donald trump is studying and considering his options for a new approach to afghanistan dan and the broader south asia region trump flew to the presidential retreat in maryland to meet with secretary of state rex tillerson defense secretary james mattis top intelligence agency officials and other top military and diplomatic aides white house press take a closer look at unlimited data plans you'll see they're not always up front with a price not at t mobile we'll get.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on AP News
"Of millions of pairs especially clips glasses have been made and sold or given away as people ready for monday's total solar eclipse the first across the us ninety nine years getting a clip guinness mine rats clean out here actually even normally calm scientists that nasser getting excited lunar researcher no appeal tro says folks outside the path of totality will see some pretty cool stuff anyway shadows cast will be different shadows through trees that will look like little packman uh you know the crescent son or will be tasked the surface and what about the weather monday forecasters say cloudless skies most likely in oregon idaho while these south carolina coast has the best chance and overcast i'm tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire top trump advisor steve bannon leaves the white house may be washington bureau chief julie pace reports bannon was the strongest voice for saw trump's most fervent followers annan is someone who's better been around trump for quite some time he was there early when trump was considering a presidential bid he is really the person who has shaped a lot of let the president believes on issues like immigration which became so central that trump's campaign and to his message as president and this will remove some one in the white house who really speaks to the views of the base trump's base voters are very loyal bad and wasted little time switching jobs he's back with breitbart news executive chairman and he tells bloomberg politics in an interview he'll be continuing to fight the same fights just from outside the white house president trump looking for a new approach to the afghan war ap's mike rossio with more after huddling with his top national security aides at camp david the white house says president donald trump is studying and considering his options for a new approach to afghan stan and the broader south asia region trump flew to the presidential retreat in maryland to meet with secretary of state rex tillerson defense secretary james mattis top intelligence agency officials and other top military and diplomatic aides white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders issued a statement saying trump was briefed on a new strategy to protect america's interests in the region currently the us has about eighty four hundred troops.
"ninety nine years" Discussed on AP News
"Glasses have been made and sold or given away as people ready for monday's total solar eclipse the first across the us ninety nine years her getting a clip laughter sza gold line rat clean lane dragging out here friday the fighter plane actually even normally com scientists that nasser getting excited lunar researcher noah pitrow tro says folks outside the path of totality will see some pretty cool stuff anyway shadows cast will be different shadows through trees that will look like packman uh you have the crescent son on or will be cast upon the surface and what about the weather monday forecasters say cloudless skies most likely in oregon idaho while these south carolina coast has the best chance for and overcast i'm tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm jim mcguire top trump advisor steve bannon leaves the white house be washington bureau chief julie pace reports bannon was the strongest voices were saw trump's most fervent followers annan is someone who has been around trump for quite some time he was there early when trump was considering a presidential bid he is really the person who has shaped allow the president believes on issues like immigration which became so central that trump's campaign and to his message as president and this will remove some one in the white house who really speaks to the views of the base trump's base voters are very loyal van and wasted little time switching jobs he's back with breitbart news executive chairman he tells bloomberg politics in an interview he'll be continuing to fight the same fights just from outside the white house president trump looking for.
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"Especially clips glasses have been made and sold or given away as people ready for monday's total solar eclipse the first across the us ninety nine years her getting clip laugher what happened in a shot line rat clean rain out here lien actually even normally com scientists that nasser getting excited lunar researcher noah pitrow says folks outside the path of totality will see some pretty cool stuff anyway shadows cast will be different shadows through trees that will look like packman uh you know the crescent son or we'll be cast upon that the surface and what about the weather monday forecasters say cloudless skies most likely in oregon idaho while these south carolina coast as the best chance for and overcast i'm tim mcguire ap radio news ap radio news i'm tim mcguire top trump advisor steve bannon leaves the white house may be washington bureau chief julie pace reports bannon was the strongest voice for saw trump's most fervent followers annan is someone who has been around trump for quite some time he he was there early when trump was considering a presidential bid he is really the person who has shaped a lot of what the president believes on issues like immigration which became so central that trump's campaign and to his message as president and this will remove some one in the white house who really speaks to the views of the base trump's base voters are very loyal bad and wasted little time switching jobs he's back with breitbart news executive chairman he tells bloomberg politics in an interview he'll be continuing to fight the same fights just from outside the white house president trump looking for.
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"The person who has shaped a lot of what the president believes on issues like immigration which became so central to trump's campaign and to his message as president and this will remove some one in the white house who really speaks to the views of the base trump's base voters are very loyal bad and wasted little time switching jobs he's back with breitbart news executive chairman he tells bloomberg politics in an interview he'll be continuing to fight the same fights just from outside the white house president trump looking for a new approach to the afghan war ap's mike rossio with more after huddling with his top national security security aids at camp david the white house says president donald trump is studying and considering his options for a new approach to afghanistan and the broader south asia region trump flew to the presidential retreat in maryland to meet with secretary of state rex tillerson defense secretary james mattis top intelligence agency officials and other top military and diplomatic aides white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders issued a statement saying trump was briefed on a new strategy to protect america's interests in the region currently the us has about eighty four hundred troops in afghanistan mike rossio washington a los angeles judge says movie director roman polanski must appear in court if he expects to have his more than forty year old criminal case resume of plaski fled the country had of being sentence a 1978 for having sex with a then thirteen year old girl samantha guy is now in her fifties is asked the court to end the case in today's ruling the judge noted that a court may not dismiss the case merely because it would be in the victim's best interest this is ap red jio news hundreds of millions of pairs especially clips glasses have been made and sold or given away as people ready for monday's total solar eclipse the first across the us ninety nine years getting a clip laughter guinness mine rat clean dragging out here actually even normally calm scientist at nasser getting excited lunar researcher noah pitrow says folks outside the path of.
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"For ray has died she was ninety nine years old i'm jackie quinn next month total solar eclipse could mean big business for some companies and cities across the us millions of is louie fixed on the sky when a total solar eclipse crosses the us on august twenty i and many of them will be watching safely behind special glasses made by tennessee company american paper optics expects to make fifty million paper and plastic eclipse glasses it ceo says they began preparing about two years ago hotels campgrounds stores and other businesses are also taking advantage of the total solar eclipse cities and towns along the path are expecting hordes of people think joseph missouri is a prime location to watch and the city's convention and visitors bureau says they're bracing for tens of thousands of people justin bieber accidentally hit a photographer with his pickup truck in california according to police alex hager was a witness to wednesday night's accident in beverly hills we were outside church and he hit the copper osce with his truck outside her to inside your time he says the photographer was hurt and bieber stayed on the theme gene is i'll just walking around here to be fine com collected said justin so police say the photographer was taken to the hospital with minor injuries scientists have added to the genes of human embryos for the first time the us it's controversial step toward someday helping babies avoid inherited diseases mit technology reviews as the experiment was just an exercise in science and the embryos weren't allowed to develop for more than a few days and were never intended to be implanted into a womb oregon health and science university officials have confirmed the work took place there and that the results would be published in the journal soon the scientists reportedly used a technique called crisper which allows sections of dna to be altered or replaced the only previous work like this has been reported in china thank you for listening to the ap radio network haiti hill the associated press producers newsrelated books here's what's new enough upcoming i pet presidential god heads and other critters deadly force fiddle confrontations with the hubble telescope a universe of new discovery and many more visit ap dot org slush books to purchase or visit amazon barnes and noble edwards.