26 Burst results for "One Hundred And Seventy Five Years"

UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

UK judge to rule on US extradition for WikiLeaks' Assange

"Spent years inside the ecuadorian embassy. In london now the next chapter of the julian assange saga is set to play out in a british court. Next week julian assange. The founder of wikileaks soon finds out whether or not he'll be extradited to the us from the uk to face. Numerous counts of espionage. A judge's decisions expected monday morning if granted. Britain's home secretary will make the final call. A solid is facing seventeen charges over the publication of secret american military documents. But he may have an ace up. His sleeve. Assange his partner and mother of his two children stella morris has appealed via twitter to president trump asking that the wikileaks be pardoned. If convicted ajaj faces up to one hundred seventy five years behind

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2 depressions in Atlantic to become tropical storms Monday

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 11 months ago

2 depressions in Atlantic to become tropical storms Monday

"Lawyers hi Mike Rossi for the few you're weeks reporting founder to depressions Julian assigns in the Atlantic and are the expected U. S. government to become tropical also squaring storms off today in a London forecasters court are keeping a high their eyes stakes on two extradition tropical depressions case in the the Atlantic lady by the Ocean corona on virus this Labor pandemic Day both are expected Songz to become who spent tropical almost storms a year today and a half a tropical in a British storm prison warning has been sat issued in for the the COBOL dock Verde of the Old islands Bailey with criminal tropical cooled depression and formally eighteen refused moving in the last American reported extradition two hundred fifty request miles east several southeast dozen of the supporters island had the system gathered outside is forecast the to courthouse bring two to five before inches the hearing of rain to the islands American through prosecutors Tuesday have and indicted tropical the depression Australian seventeen on eighteen formed late espionage Sunday forecasters and computer say it misuse was centered charges thirteen hundred over eighty wikileaks miles east publication of the north Leeward of secret Islands early US this morning military documents hi Mike Rossio a decade ago with a maximum sentence of one hundred seventy five years in prison a song she's lawyers say the prosecution is a politically motivated abuse of power that will stifle press freedom the put journalists around the world at risk Charles Taylor that's not London

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WikiLeaks' Assange to fight US extradition bid in UK court

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

WikiLeaks' Assange to fight US extradition bid in UK court

"Lawyers for the few weeks founder Julian assigns and the U. S. government also squaring off in a London court a high stakes extradition case the lady by the corona virus pandemic Songz who spent almost a year and a half in a British prison sat in the dock of the Old Bailey criminal cooled and formally refused the American extradition request several dozen supporters had gathered outside the courthouse before the hearing American prosecutors have indicted the Australian on eighteen espionage and computer misuse charges over wikileaks publication of secret US military documents a decade ago with a maximum sentence of one hundred seventy five years in prison a song she's lawyers say the prosecution is a politically motivated abuse of power that will stifle press freedom the put journalists around the world at risk Charles Taylor that's not London

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WikiLeaks' Assange to fight US extradition bid in UK court

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

WikiLeaks' Assange to fight US extradition bid in UK court

"Lawyers for the few weeks founder Julian assigns and the U. S. government also squaring off in a London court a high stakes extradition case the lady by the corona virus pandemic Songz who spent almost a year and a half in a British prison sat in the dock of the Old Bailey criminal cooled and formally refused the American extradition request several dozen supporters had gathered outside the courthouse before the hearing American prosecutors have indicted the Australian on eighteen espionage and computer misuse charges over wikileaks publication of secret US military documents a decade ago with a maximum sentence of one hundred seventy five years in prison a song she's lawyers say the prosecution is a politically motivated abuse of power that will stifle press freedom the put journalists around the world at risk Charles Taylor that's not London

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WikiLeaks' Assange to fight US extradition bid in UK court

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

WikiLeaks' Assange to fight US extradition bid in UK court

"With the leaks found that Judy the signage is set to fight for his freedom in a British court after a decade of legal drama as he challenges American authorities attempts to extradite him on charges connected to secret military documents lawyers for a song and the US government a scheduled to face off in London on Monday at an extradition hearing that was delayed by the crowd of ours pandemic American prosecutors indicted the Australian on eighteen espionage and computer misuse charges adding up to a maximum sentence of one hundred seventy five years his lawyers argue the prosecution is a politically motivated abuse of power attorney Jennifer Robinson saying the case is fundamentally about basic human rights and freedom of speech American prosecutors say the song just a criminal not a free speech hero chancellor this month London

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Simone Biles Makes 'Vogue' Cover Debut

Ringer Dish

04:41 min | 1 year ago

Simone Biles Makes 'Vogue' Cover Debut

"Move on. Let's talk next. About Simone biles on the cover of Vogue. this is the August issue I believe crowd, yes, correct, and it was timed up for the Olympics which did not happen as you probably are not going to happen as you're likely aware. Yes, I wanted to talk to you about this just for a couple reasons. I was like pretty moved by the story and I just WanNa say so that their profile was written by Abby Aguirre. Who I believe is the same writer who the world, and also we gave a bit of a hard time to you. Because Riana surprised her with her interview a few months back, and we weren't super prepared for. She wasn't super prepared for it, and there was a little pushback there I she was prepared for this and I. This is A. I found like a moving piece. And some of it is the timing there. The reporting begins in March, and it is before lockdown has started for covid nineteen, and before the Olympics have been canceled, and so she's watching Simone biles. Who is the greatest gymnast of all time like? Asked process the this like major personal setback that Olympics what she's been training for. You know Simone biles twenty three years old, and which is on the older side for gymnasts, which is mad Jim. That brass unforgiving. An unforgiving sport in a lot of ways and so having the Olympics post be postponed a year. In addition to you know the training schedule because it her level. There's a level of optimization that we can't even begin to understand but. That has serious consequences for her and her ability to compete, so she's wrestling with all of that. And on top of that if I If you've been following gymnastics at all, then you are aware of just the absolutely horrific crimes committed by Larry Nassar, the former USA gymnastics doctor, who is now serving up to one hundred seventy five years for the sexual abuse, gymnasts and Simone. BYLES has spoken out about being survivor of his abuse and continues to be just a incredibly outspoken. Advocate she isn't an advocate, but she is really trying to hold USA gymnastics accountable, because it is obviously like a much larger problem in organization, and she is doing that while at the same time trying to be the world's top gymnasts. Yeah, it's like so unfair that she has to hold them accountable while also being the best like, can't she just be the best i? It's like it's like yeah, and there is and the. The piece does a great job of putting about all in context, but there is one line which is Simone. Biles is explaining her reaction to the postponement of the Olympics, and she talks about it for all of the athletic and physical and reasons that I just described, but she also goes another year of dealing with USA gymnastics I don't know if I can do it, and because of everything that she's been through and I. was really moved by that and by the whole story, and I mean she's obviously just inspirational and tremendous success. So I. Recommend reading it I think it is exciting that she is on the cover of vogue, because vogue as we know has historically I'm not been representative especially of. A black people and it's pages, and certainly behind the pages as well and so it's great to see on the cover. There has been kind of a side conversation about the photographs. Were taken by any bits and quite frankly are just not great. They are not the standard that they should be for someone on the cover of Ogan ally. The problem is because it does not appear that they are. Let for a black woman they. Don't have the technology and this is a continuing. This has been a long problem in TV and movies, which is just that? Many of the photographers and camera, people and lighting technicians just have not learned how to light for people of Color. And? It's a long term problem, but I think. You know if you're gonNA put smiles on. The cover faded out. Learn like earn it doesn't it doesn't matter just learn how to do figure something out and. You know there's there's another question of. Should any of yeah as I say like? The photographer look I understand she's famous, and like maybe in some ways that gives the story some attention that maybe it wouldn't get but like how about putting some literally putting Simone biles in the best possible. Yes, exactly exactly and if you're going to have an elite, do it then. Make sure. She learned how to do it.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To college was serious business and some of our earliest university hilly date back to the fifteen hundreds I mean the it makes some of the way way back but when it when it came time to go you went away you went away to college to learn to study and to me the spouse you want a way to learn how to tap a keg what a way to become a member of a fraternity or sorority what a way to party you want a way to get away from home you want a way to be able to do stuff about your parents telling you you couldn't you went away learn you went away to learn to speak up in class you went away again education what a way to get all of the do all of these things things have changed in many ways sense them on many a college campus where political correctness is taken over but not so when Hillsdale college Hillsdale has been encouraging students to pursue the truth and to learn to think critically since their founding in eighteen forty four that's one hundred seventy five years ago this year Hillsdale has remained consistent and focused on what the meaning of an education is and included in that education is being taught how to think not to be indoctrinated not to be propagandized but to be taught how to think do not be afraid of having an opinion outside the mainstream these are things that Hillsdale thanks are quite necessary for a well rounded education and citizen and they don't just practice this on campus they have worked hard to share all of these learning practices and values with free online courses in video form so that even if you're unable to go to class unable to.

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The Intelligence: Trailer

The Economist Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

The Intelligence: Trailer

"For one hundred seventy five years. The economist has been looking beyond the headlines cutting through the noise with clear thinking now, we're going to bring you that same sound reasoning in a daily podcast with our editors and correspondents and meet your host. Jason palmer. It's called the intelligence. Every weekday. We'll bring you what you need for the day ahead, clarity and context on the stories shaping your world from politics. They said that is militarily flourishing yet politically in a bit of a funk, the ballot is that the longer this continues in the longer the Syrian war continues, the more Turkish attitudes toward Syrians will harden. British decisions have been incredibly damaged. The least thing we could do is to ask people. What is your collective will to business? He then became known as the kite zoo killer cuts of being this kind of web of cross shareholdings. In fact, surprisingly for a foreign executive he actually developed quite a kind of following in Japan, the analogy that a lot of people using in China is saying well, this is a bit like Tim cook of apple suppose, he was arrested in Singapore and extradited to China doubles, a huge Inc in the US to science and culture. You know, there's something bones about majoring yourself. Against the universe deeper issue is how every generation makes the art of their time. That's what's happening here. Global network of journalists will take you to the places where news is being made and talked to the people making it so I met Jamal cash hoagie at the Oslo Freedom Forum engaging gauging midget phenomena to us for the Michigan. To myself had a chance to discuss all these problems with Shinzo Ave. Japan's Prime Minister. Funding tone is one of the most interesting people I've interviewed in my years in China. He is a force of nature in the flesh. And with the incisive analysis, you expect from the economist we'll dig deeply into the biggest news stories and reveal some you're not hearing. Elsewhere in news are the most interesting financial bubble that you've never heard of the whole of Legos are particularly creative. Traffic is the pillow on roast beef. I think when I write their bit trees, I don't feel any nervousness about the audience. I feel an obligation to the person. I'm writing allowed get more than just the facts get the intelligence. Join me for twenty minutes every weekday starting on January twenty ninth. Subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you like to listen.

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The Intelligence: Trailer

The Economist: The Intelligence

02:56 min | 2 years ago

The Intelligence: Trailer

"For one hundred seventy five years. The economist has been looking beyond the headlines cutting through the noise with clear thinking now, we're going to bring you that same sound reasoning in a daily podcast with our editors and correspondents and meet your host. Jason palmer. It's called the intelligence. Every weekday. We'll bring you what you need for the day ahead, clarity and context on the stories shaping your world from politics, they say that militarily flourishing yet clinically in a bit of a funk, the reality is that the longer this continues in the longer the war continues, the more Turkish attitudes toward Syrians will harden. British solutions have been incredibly damaged. The least thing we could do is to ask people. What is your collective will to business? He then became known as the kite zoo killer cuts of being this kind of web of cross shareholdings. In fact, surprisingly for a foreign executive he actually developed quite a kind of following in Japan, the analogy that a lot of people using in China is saying well, this is a bit like Tim cook. Who's the boss of apple suppose, he was arrested in Singapore and extradited to China doubled pulls a huge Inc in the US to science and culture, there's something bones about majoring yourself. Against the universe deeper issue is how every generation makes the art of their time. That's what's happening here. Global network of journalists will take you to the places where news is being made and talk to the people making it. So I met Jamal hoagie at the Oslo Freedom Forum engaging midget economic to us for the Michigan. To myself had a chance to discuss all these problems with Shinzo Ave. Japan's Prime Minister. Funding is one of the most interesting people I've interviewed in my years in China. He is a force of nature in the flesh. And with the incisive analysis, you expect from the economist we'll dig deeply into the biggest news stories and reveal some you're not hearing. Elsewhere in news are the most interesting financial bubble that you've never heard of the whole of Legos are take yearly creative. Traffic the pillow, I roast beef. I think when I write their bit trees, I don't feel any nervousness about the audience. I feel obligation to the person I'm writing about get more than just the facts get the intelligence. Join me for twenty minutes every weekday starting on January twenty ninth. Subscribe on apple podcasts or wherever you like to listen.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Hello, everyone and welcome to this very special episode pants politics with our dear friend and Bogle who hosts what should I read next podcast? She is the creator of modern MRs Darcy and the author of two books. I'd rather be reading the delights and dilemmas of the reading life and reading people were so glad that you're here in it's a pleasure. And we realize we were preparing for this very special episode and talking about all the things that we might discuss as a trio and with you are offense that we happen to know the nicest people on the internet. We believe firmly that the nicest people on the internet, listen to our shows and interact with them, and we were thinking about why that is and felt that could be good conversation. Because listen, no matter what's going on in the news or what's going on in the reading world, the comments sections can be scary. The internet is a flame Shirley on that at any time it is burning. So and. Tell people who aren't familiar with your kind of ecosystem about your readers and about the people who comment and like an interact with you online. And why they are so lovely what we would like to say that modern MRs Darcy is one of the few places left on the internet where it is actually safe to read the comments. Let your children read the comments action either. Let's not get carried away. It is still the internet. Most days, I think that's safe, and we have people who listened to our show with their children, which is nothing I wanted but lots of fun. But. I think someone told me a long time ago when I started blogging in dog years, I think this was one hundred seventy five years ago that your blog is your living room. And I feel the same way about the podcast, and you get to choose what the tone is in your house, and what you serve and where you put the furniture, and how people are going to interact you make your house rules. And I think most as it feels like a space. I mean, I posted about politics this week in. Nobody died or emailed me. Email shocking. No, I didn't say I didn't get a single Email. I didn't get a single route Email, and I get route emails about the goldfinch like three times a week. So that's saying something so let that's a good..

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Show on the air. Brought to you by three very interesting ladies in one interesting man, Jennifer horn, Victoria, Cuban Kerry, schilling and the Doug Stor on the air victory is going to take it away with something. I've been on the edge of my seat for several minutes. Now wanting to know what's going on Victoria, can you please film in well one of the biggest trials of of twenty eighteen was the the sex abuser. Larry Nassar's trial and that he was sentenced in January in Michigan. Michigan court to one hundred seventy five years in prison. Now, this was after one hundred and sixty girls took to the stand to talk about their experience with him, a USA gymnastics, and he he just he abused. They think it's well over two hundred girls, so he was sentenced he pleaded guilty to seven counts of criminal sexual conduct. And achey course got that. Huge sentence of between forty and a hundred seventy five years. So now, the the female judge kind of made herself from the parts of the trial that I watched she definitely made it a lot about her. And so everyone else picked up on that as well. Apparently. And now his attorneys have have appealed the sentencing hearing they actually are now. Yeah. So now they have gone to. He's got a bunch of public defenders. They said that the judge was biased in rendering her decision. And they've asked for a new sentencing hearing and with a different judge. And so now the state court of appeals of it has actually agreed to the motion to be resentenced. They're going to hear it. So it may not happen. It may not change. But at least they are going to look into it and see if deserves two hundred and forty five years in jail, maybe the percent. Yeah. I think she made a lot of inflammatory statements. She she said to him directly. Our constitution does not allow for cruel and unusual punishment. If it did I have to say, I might allow what he did to all these beautiful souls. I would allow someone or many people to do that to him what he did to others. So she got a lot of criticism for running a media circus and things like that. So we'll see where that goes. But either either way if they do reduce his sentence. It can't be by that much because he did plead guilty on those seven council is there a rule. Then you say, well, they're sentencing guidelines, but so I think there's guidelines so if if it does get reduced I don't think we're going to see him go from one hundred and seventy five years to six months, I think it's still going to be several, you know, a lifetime sentence. I think so the sensing speaking of that of what's his face has been held off with the judge Jennifer say in that the supposedly this week. Why is his name Michael Flynn? Michael Flynn Flynn is supposed to be sentenced. But the judge instead of sentencing easy. It was supposed to be easy. I think my went any was facing six months in prison. He had a note from Robert Muller's saying, hey, I don't recommend any jail time. And what was really interesting is the judge had bit really been focusing on not only what he was in trouble for with Robert Muller. But also another case that he was cooperating on that involved his time lobbying for Turkey. And so no one expected this the judge kind of went in and was really hard on both sides and was asking Michael Flynn. Are you sure you want to take this player? You sure you want to do this guilty deal because you could be in a lot of trouble. You are you sure you want to plead guilty to this Michael Flynn said. Yes, absolutely. So the judge says, well, I'm glad you said that because now I think you're a treasonous jerk, and he actually did almost use the word treason. So he could be accused of treason. The lawyer for Michael Flynn said. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Wait a second. Here. Maybe we do want to postpone this and rethink things because the lawyer was referring to the case that Michael Flynn was cooperating with where he did not reveal to to Trump to the government to anybody that he was working for Turkey that he was taking money and lobbying for their government, which is problematic because if you are being respected as a as a general, which he is and should be respected for his opinion because he's actually lived that life. Well, if you've got the best interests of Turkey in your heart because it's paying your salary you need to disclose that. And Michael Flynn did not in the judge was really taking issue with that more than anything else. He had harsh words for Mullery had harsh words for Michael Flynn. And now, it seems that everything is put on hold and they're going. Both give a status report both the prosecutor and the defense team will give a status report in March. So this thing is is continuing on. So he doesn't have in limbo until March. Yup. I think he thought he walked I think he walked in there thinking all I have to say, I'm sorry. I take responsibility, and here's your here's your slap on the wrist. And no this judge not playing around because of all the other stuff that Michael Flynn's involved in. So. Yeah. Well, tough time to be him. Yeah. It certainly is is everybody because I think everybody had an anticipation that it was just going to be pretty easy. Here's a surprise the rate of gun deaths in our country hit the highest level in twenty years forty thousand people have been killed in this country. So far this year. Forty thousand people killed in shootings. Forty thousand last year thirty nine thousand seven seventy three already in numbers over forty thousand getting shot. Somebody's shooting themselves. Twelve deaths per one hundred thousand people up from ten ten.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Behavior Well that's not. True through respect for the presidency this woman has no problem, with, it now I'm not, offended by it I don't care no. It's. America, you can voice your opinion the man, who paid for, the billboards promoting his. New documentary criticizing President Trump township officials say the billboard doesn't violate, any ordinances opponents say the town council should pass a resolution demanding its removal former USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar now shares of federal prison facility with. Whitey Bulger nasty convicted rapist accused of six, of sex abuse rather by more than two. Hundred women and girls has been transferred to a federal, prison in central Florida after being assaulted at another prison in Tucson Arizona national was transferred there after being assaulted. Shortly after being moved into the general population in Arizona new facility said it'd be safer for high profile inmates Nassar serving a sixty year federal, sentence for child pornography that sentence, runs concurrently with the Michigan state's sentence of up. To. One hundred seventy five years for seven count Of sexual assault on. A minor meanwhile three time Olympic gold medalist, Aly rationing of Needham a Larry Nassar victim. Is blasting USA gymnastics appointments of Mary Lee Tracy as its elite development coordinator tweets Razman rights that's Tracy and raisins words supported Nasser victim shame survivors and has shown. No willingness to learn from the past race we calls Tracy's appointment quote a slap in the face of survivors Sports the Red Sox..

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Of himself mayor apparently didn't know he'd. Been. Chatting with an undercover detective his bail has been set at a million dollars would, encourage you to always have discussions with their children and to make sure that you monitor the. Activities mayor was a teacher at nNcholas Middle. School before his. Recent. Promotion to. Dean he's also coached. Volleyball UC, Berkeley has suspended a prominent professor, for three years without pay because of sexual harassment the school says the architecture, architecture professor had, a, pattern of unwelcome manipulative behavior he's also accused of befriending a grad student for months than touching her inappropriately, and suggesting they take a trip to Vegas he's been working at. UC Berkeley for more than three decades the ex team doctor for USA gymnastics has gotten, a taste of his own medicine Larry Nassar has been removed from a. Federal prison after allegedly being assaulted the convicted serial child molester was, removed from the penitentiary in Tucson Arizona but it's not clear where he'll. Be sent NASA was convicted to forty to. One hundred seventy five years after pleading guilty to child porn in at least ten counts. Of sexual abusing young female gymnasts through four Olympic Games in Michigan State University his lawyers say he was assaulted soon after being released into the general population of the medium security prison Michael Krozier KFI news LA county sheriff's. Department has reached out. To. An actor who says he was sexually assaulted by metoo activist Asia Gento the actress. Was thirty seven in two thousand three when she allegedly gave the seventeen year. Old alcohol and initiated sexual contact at a hotel in marina del Rey that they knew each other from a movie whereas. Gento played the boy's mother are Santo reportedly paid three hundred. Eighty thousand dollars in hush money she became the face of the metoo movement last. Year when she accused Harvey Weinstein of rape Weinstein's. Lawyer says, the allegations, reveal stunning hypocrisy Weinstein claims his for your relationship with our Genta, was, consensual now when it comes though to the. Weinstein case overall I don't think this is going to make any difference maybe in her specific claim against Weinstein they could try to somehow discredit her but the fact of the matter is just because. She claims that Harvey Weinstein prayed on her should not make any difference in her case that she prayed. On On, somebody else, I mean. We'll we'll. Talk to handle more about. This, but they should be two separate things just because she was a predator. Doesn't mean that Harvey Weinstein still couldn't have preyed upon her at some point so I don't think that they will make any difference though in. The Weinstein case at all I should specifically just. Pertain to her but again handle we'll talk more about this later this morning the LAPD has been investigating another case of abuse that may have fallen through. The cracks Damian, Ventura died at the Ronald Reagan UCLA medical center on July third and police started. An investigation into the death Ventura had been. Under the care of his mom's boyfriend before going, to the hospital and Ventura's, home had been visited by police after allegations of abuse earlier in the year. The.

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Ireland abortion referendum may change constitution

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Ireland abortion referendum may change constitution

"The whether details coming up in just about five minutes on good afternoon i'm kendall buhl some of our top stories reaction to president trump's announcement that he's pulling out of the summit with north korea has been coming in fast and furious south korea says it is baffled over the pullout after spending more than forty years behind bars convicted child rapist wayne chapman is about to be released from mci shirley at an mba boss and bmw collided this morning on the lower deck route ninety three southbound in charleston bus driver and two passengers were taken to the hospital with minor injuries there's increasing call for the president of the university of southern california to step down a large contingent of faculty has already demanded his resignation and now the usc academic senate is calling on president c l max nikki is to resign because of allegations of sexual misconduct against the former campus gynecologist claims against dr george tyndall have been pouring in some claiming the school knew about questionable behavior with patients back in the early nineties but did nothing about it nikki ss apologized in writing victims who claim they were abused by dr tyndall alex stone abc news los angeles more damning information is coming in about the links that usa gymnastics went to keep gymnasts and their families in the dark about sexual abuse allegations facing dr larry nassar email obtained by the indianapolis star reveals that on two separate occasions the convicted sexual abuser cooked up stories with gymnastics organization to cover up fact he was under investigation the group untold nassar to stay away from two major gymnastics events in the runup to the two thousand sixteen olympics because of the investigations but gymnasts and parents were told by that by the organization that nasser was absent due to illness nassar serving up to one hundred seventy five years in prison on seven counts of sexual abuse it's believable lasted more than three hundred young women an abortion debates that is inflamed passions in ireland for decades will come down to a single question tomorrow and an answer yes or no the referendum on whether to repeal the country's strict antiabortion law is being seen by antiabortion activists as a last ditch stand against what they view as a european norm of abortion on demand but for pro abortion rights activists it is a fundamental moment for declaring an irish woman's right to choose if yes prevails in the.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on Le Show

"It's part of a plea deal nassar was sentenced to up to one hundred seventy five years in state prison for criminal sexual conduct more than two hundred people provided victim impact statements at assenting hearings in january he's currently serving a sixty year federal prison sentence he pled guilty to child pornography charges but the lawsuits claim that nassar sexually abused his patients many of them young female athletes for more than two decades they said that other defendants had opportunities to put an end to nassar's abuse and failed to do so they argued that those organizations were accountable for allowing the former doctor to prey on young women for as long as he did other named defendants were usa gymnastics the us olympic committee a local gym where nassar saw patients on a weekly basis and specific individuals at some of these institutions these parties have not yet reached a settlement agreement michigan attorney general's office said it will continue to ongoing investigation into whether anyone else at michigan state committed any crimes while dealing with nassar we're not done said the attorney represents dozens of nassar's survivors he says they're no date scheduled for future negotiations with those other defendants wasatch claim that several women raised concerns by nasser by talking to other michigan state employees as early as nineteen ninetyseven and at those employees did not properly report the claims for example former gymnastics coach kathie klages retired shortly after she was a spended by the atlantic department in february of last year she was accused of discouraging former youth gymnast larussa boyce from filing an official report about nassar's behavior twenty years earlier the university has started the process of firing william strangle a tenured professor and former dean of the medical school i think they are usa as nassar's former boss strap allowed the now disgraced doctor to return to seeing patients while he remained under police investigation for two thousand fourteen claim that eventually resulted in no charges strangle was himself charged with sexual misconduct and several other crimes earlier this year.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The most unpredictable of astronomical objects they can to lies they can disappoint they can vanish with a puff of dust on rare occasions though they can be great brilliant spectacles that are visible even in daylight onesuch over performer was first reported one hundred seventy five years ago today the great combat of eighteen forty three was a member of a group of comets with orbits that carry them quite close to the sun their fragments of a much bigger comet that shattered about nine hundred years ago the great comet past closest to the sun on february twenty seven at a distance of just half a million miles at that range solar energy vaporized much of the comments ices which in turn released vast amounts of dust solar radiation and the solar wind blew the gas and dust away from the comet forming along glowing tale the comment became easily visible by late february it was quite close to the sun but so brilliant that it was visible in daylight as it moved away from the sun it became even more impressive its tail grew longer stretching across two hundred million miles the longest known comet tale until the 1990s seen from earth it spanned three or four times the width of a fist held at arms length by the end of march though the great combat of eighteen forty three was gone headed into the chill of the outer solar system astronomers couldn't track at long enough to plaudits orbit they know only that it won't returned to the inner solar system for several centuries i'm standing would.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire republicans on the house intelligence committee release a previously classified memo alleging fbi misconduct in the early days of the russia investigation here's more from soccer mcgarth the prospect of the memo becoming public tantalised washington four days and now that it's out lotta people should be ashamed president trump says what's in the memo is a disgrace the gop written document says the fbi rely excessively on democrat funded opposition research in getting permission to monitor a trump campaign associates communications the bureau says the documents inaccurate while democrats say it uses cherry picked information to discredit the rush a probe former federal prosecutor david wide steamed say as if the memos to be believed that makes them appear to be doing exactly what the republicans have been accused of doing and that's to influence the outcome of the last presidential election solder ghani washington the father of three girls abused by former sports dr larry nassar says he is sorry that he tried to attack nasser during his third sentencing hearing today in michigan and amar graves telling reporters this as uh to not be a lawless society i know that i lost control but i regained control later in a holding cell the judge in the case did not charge or find more grace but she did warn against people trying to take the law into their own hands nassar is facing up to one hundred seventy five years.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i'm tim mcguire republicans on the house intelligence committee release say previously classified memo alleging fbi misconduct in the early days of the russia investigation here's more from soccer mcgarth the prospect of the memo becoming public tantalised washington four days and now that it's out lotta people should be ashamed president trump says what's in the memo is a disgrace the gop written document says the fbi relied excessively on democrat funded opposition research in getting permission to monitor a trump campaign associates communications the bureau says the documents inaccurate while democrats say it uses cherry picked information to discredit the rush a probe former federal prosecutor david wide steamed say as if the memos to be believed that makes them appear to be doing exactly what the republicans have been accused of doing and that's to influence the outcome of the last presidential election solder maigandi washington the father of three girls abused by former sports dr larry nassar says he is sorry that he tried to attack nasser during his third sentencing hearing today in michigan and amar graves telling reporters as as uh to not be a lawless society i know that i lost control but i regained control later in a holding cell the judge in the case did not charge or find more graze but she did warn against people trying to take the law into their own hands nassar is facing up to one hundred seventy five years.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Deal the dnc drew forty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show patrick in houston had just called in a with the idea that we're blowing it basically in terms of indignation and lengthy punishments for sexual predators and let me make sure that i understand what you're saying are are you saying uh patrick and i i hope that you're not that for instance dr larry nassar who molested and really in a cruel and disgusting way of up to one hundred fifty little girls and they were young very young well well below legal age he was cents to one hundred seventy five years combined sentences in prison do you think that's the wrong a response to what he did no i'm saying that does it matter there's not one peta foul looking at that and thinking oh i've gotta stop doing it they're sick you can no more discourage you know that you can just scores when attic because this is what we call this the needs to be mechanism in place that put those who wants to seek help can and yes some do because there's not a choice well again i when you see is not a chile's eez b you may not have a choice as to the urges that you feel but you certainly have a choice to the way that you behave and by the way most of the people who are in real troubles year like harvey weinstein i don't know of any accusations against him that involves someone who's underage and yet he did horrible things he did assault and rape and and are you saying that he had no choice police that.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on AP News

"Was sentenced wednesday to serve forty to one hundred seventy five years in prison for molesting women and girls under the guise of medical treatment michigan state football coach marked antonio is slamming an espn report detailing sexual assault allegations involving football and basketball players every incident reported in that article was documented by either police with michigan state title nine office i've always worked with the proper 40s when dealing with the cases of sexual assault than tonio was asked by reporters about rumors that he was planning to resign he said that is absolutely false louisiana jury finds motorists ronald gas her guilty of the turco film about soviet leader josef stalin brought out police in moscow because it illegal the shoulder movie in russia dark quarry nobody's going to gang jails i promise you the cultural ministry says scottish writer director armando a new cheese the death of stalin was a mockery of russian history so they it i think funeral cushions with slim to throw over there i will not this the pioneer movie theater ignored the decision and now faces legal sanctions the theaters been screening the film since thursday even though showing an unlicensed movie is punishable by a fine moscow police showed up at the pioneer theater friday stalin is still admired in russia despite his brutal purges that killed millions of people kfc has another the liberty colonel sanders and there's a p music correspondent margins there are a letter reports this one comes with a bit of an american journalist who kept records of mountaineers nepal highest peaks has died elizabeth hawley had been living in nepal since 1960 she was the unofficial record keeper of mountaineering activities in the country which has eight of the world's fourteen highest peaks including mount everest holly who never climbed any mountain was respected to the mountaineering community both in nepal and abroad a doctor at the cia wec hospital in travel medicine center in katmandu said she'd been hospitalized for a week and died friday because of.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"I just in terms of i see these girls and i'm literally looking at these girls going yep if you would have gone to this guy your innocence your childhood everything that i know about you kids in love about you kids would god yeowah taken not just him the parents the family the trust the bond and we heard from the victims the victims very bravely and their survivors not they're not victims because they now have a collective voice there's gonna put this guy where he belongs he's behind bars for one hundred seventy five years and that's a great sentence and i really appreciated the way the judge handed down she's like i am signing your death warrant which brilliantly said and brilliantly put this guy yes he's a father of kids and i feel bad for his kids but this guy deserves he desert he's getting what he deserves you will never see the light of day again and he should be forced to listen to their testimonies in of the victims own in perpetuity overt over they wanted to kill himself and then he can't that's it so that is that but i the other aspect of this people who protected by the people who protect him because this to me feels very poor turno ask penn state sandusky ask when when large institutions are trying to protect their institution because there's great money involved in there is their reputation of fear a backlash and all that stuff when you start to go out on a limb and protect the person or or take his side without fully investigating the charge the come forward in the cultures change in the last couple of months couple of months the culture is we hope forever we hope for good but when you take that person side you are complicit and then therefore i think those people and i'm specifically talking about the president of michigan state university who is stepping down today as we record this tomorrow friday in a win this drops she'll be gone okay simon she's out but she needs to go to jail she needs to serve jail time i think everybody who protected this guy if you heard of and.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on WTVN

"Save the children charity in jalalabad afghanistan the bombing occurred just as representatives from around the country were there to pick up book bags have been collected for kids afghan officials they say the attackers were all killed save the children's ceo caroline miles confirmed that three save the children's staff members were also killed isis has taken responsibility saying i just signed your death warrant judge rose marie i colina sentence former usa gymnastics team dr larry nassar to forty two one hundred seventy five years in prison she added that your decision to assault was precious i'm sorry was precise calculated manipulative and despicable you've done nothing to deserve to walk outside a prison again on capitol hill yesterday republicans escalated their attacks on special counsel robert mowers investigation with republican senator ron johnson raising questions about the possibility of an fbi conspiracy against the president based on a text that red in part maybe we ought to have the first meeting of the secret society now the president is raising questions about while the fbi's missing records of texts that were exchanged between a former member of muller's team and an fbi lawyer during a critical fivemonth period from the transition to the start of the moeller probe so that will continue to be sorted out and as far as the president and special counsel moeller actually sitting down and speaking well depends on who you talked to the president publicly said he's looking forward to speaking with muller and he would be willing to do so under oath but spokespeople later said there's no date set and it could happen in two or three weeks and the president when he was asked was kind of rush because he was trying to get to sweden so is that couching or posturing or is the present release at the go i guess time will tell 710 here traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from tempstar heating and.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The show eight five five two one two four two two seven that's eight five five two one two four two two seven so by now you have probably heard that the judge in the leiria nasser sex abuse case gave him up to one hundred seventy five years in prison now he's already serving a federal sentence of sixty years for child pornography charges at it as a part of his plea deal in the sex abuse case he is only pleading guilty to ten counts there are far more than ten counts of sexual abuse that could stand against him if he hadn't taken this plea deal and so the judge rosemary akwa lina who think is a pillar of strength in some cases maybe a a hero to the to the survivors in this case she announced this one hundred seventy five year sentence with the line that you may have seen on social media yesterday or heard it's been replayed over and over and over again i just signed your death warrant from not mistaken larry nassar is it has been 50s and so she essentially said if by some miracle of god some grace of god you manage to live and survive through the sixty years of the current sentence you're serving well then i'm tacking on another hundred and seventy five years meaning you're you're never going to see the light of day and so this is one chapter close just one in the case of two decades of abuse of more then i've seen now a number as high as one hundred seventy five girls and young women it is evident that more more of the survivors are coming forward they've been emboldened they've been in powered it doesn't fix it it doesn't make it better it's not instant healing for any of them but i certainly hope that the women who've come forward and face their abuser in many cases spoken directly to him feel some sense of relief feel some sense of justice after hearing that larry nassar we'll never get out of prison and i hope that they are empowered their emboldened their lifted up their encouraged and they do see themselves as survivors not victims but this is not the end of it it's not the end.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The show eight five five two one two four two two seven that's eight five five two one two four two two seven so by now you have probably heard that the judge in the leiria nasser sex abuse case gave him up to one hundred seventy five years in prison now he's already serving a federal sentence of sixty years for child pornography charges and as a part of his plea deal in the sex abuse case he is only pleading guilty to ten counts there are far more than ten counts of sexual abuse that could stand against him if he hadn't taken this plea deal and so the judge rosemary akwa lina who think is a pillar of strength and in some cases maybe a a hero to the to the survivors in this case she announced this one hundred seventy five year sentence with the line that you may have seen on social media yesterday or heard it's been replayed over and over and over again i just signed your death warrant i'm not mistaken larry nassar is it has been 50s and so she centrally said if by some miracle of god some grace of god you manage to live and survive through the sixty years of the current sentence you're serving well then i'm tacking on another hundred and seventy five years meaning you're you're never going to see the light of day and so this is one chapter closed just one in the case of two decades of abuse of more then i've seen now a number as high as one hundred seventy five girls and young women it is evident that more more of the survivors are coming forward they've been emboldened they've been empowered it doesn't fix it it doesn't make it better it's not instant healing for any of them but i certainly hope that the women who've come forward and face their abuser in many cases spoken directly to him feel some sense of relief feel some sense of justice after hearing that larry nassar we'll never get out of prison and i hope that they are empowered their emboldened their lifted up their encouraged and they do see themselves as survivors not victims but this is not the end of it it's not the end.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"News radio i'm rich denison the michigan's sports doctor accused of sexually assaulting dozens of gymnast and other young women including olympic athletes was sentenced today to serve up to one hundred seventy five years in prison by judge rose marie aqua lina larry nassar had previously been sentenced to sixty years in prison for possessing child porn nassar had worked at michigan state university and usa gymnastics which trains olympic hopefuls the department of justice is threatening to subpoena nearly two dozen socalled sanctuary cities unless they prove their law enforcement officers are sharing information with federal immigration authorities clear sending in a document request and said we're sending in a subpoena justice department spokesperson sarah is care florida's nebiu prompting several mayors to boycott a white house meeting today with the president fox news we reports you decide from the salem new center i'm chas on thai or who rail bosses are still trying to figure out how to get the train to manoa leaders at the honolulu authority for rapid transportation say the line is set to end in at the allah wanna station and they currently can't develop plans to extend it on a little city councilwoman and go beyond she says that people voted on a line that would reach the university of hawaii she feels that seems to have been swept under the carpet hearts planners gate council members yesterday several ideas to get the rail guideway to manoa when a which involves riders having to change trains the city's worried about how a left turn for the rails would affect some plan development around the all want us station city council many cejka anderson said nothing l property near the station wouldn't bother him given all many people the rail would be delivering to the area and a holiday department of health says a false report of a ballistic missile didn't impact people to bali the uh reports at after the false alert was sent the agency got only a couple of dozen calls to their crisis line for counselling for the salem new center i'm chas on thai when you were a little kid you thought about what you wanted to be teaching was at the top of your less the things changed and his you've got older teaching didn't seem like the best option so you think new be something else but what would your 12yearold selfsame now you want to be a doctor you don't think teachers save.

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"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on PTI

PTI

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred seventy five years" Discussed on PTI

"Happened a television rights vis going forward then gambling with steadily goes up and up thousand girls you're going to have people on their phones making bets at their seat they want that where there are some two shoes 47 percent can make or miss the nba has said they want that they want in arena betting they well the technology is there on your phone i mean to me where you worry about points shave your point fixing israeli raise well referees in college you'll make any money put on the pros your that the only players good enough to coin shave much no they make well you would want to come in at the end of the game who's making minimum and he will get the ball for the final twenty seconds though no because he might be susceptible to totally this is going to happen i i this is a nobrainer right i think i think larry nassar who for years was the team doctor of the united states women's olympic gymnastics team and for years was a team doctor in michigan state university was sentenced to daewoo as many as one hundred seventy five years in prison now for days we have seen young women who were abused by nasser confront him heartbreakingly at his sentencing hearing the ncaa will look into michigan state the usoc has called for all directors at usa gymnastics to resign we'll what is your reaction to all of this tori i i think i have probably one reaction that dominates my thoughts every time i'm watching or listening or reading about this and that is i'm dumbfounded and confused as to how this could go on for seoul.

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