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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Could help in the subway system The new models that are being used at board games ballparks hospitals where you're not stopping to go through your longest is simply walking through a device The head of the MTA says he's open to that idea as long as it does not impede movement at the entrances Meanwhile subway ridership dropped 5% since Frank James allegedly shot ten people inside the system Tuesday morning Scott Pringle up New York Grim figures are being revealed regarding civilian deaths from Russia's invasion of Ukraine On Thursday the United Nations human rights office said almost 2000 people were killed since the start of the war noting the actual figures are considerably higher over 2500 civilians have been injured since the invasion began Some capital hill Democrats are questioning senator dianne Feinstein's mental fitness The San Francisco Chronicle is documenting the stories of several democratic members of Congress who say recent interactions with Feinstein included memory lapses Those who spoke to the paper did so only if they could remain anonymous They say she can no longer fulfill her job duties without her staff doing much of the work Arcade fire is joining the Coachella lineup at the very last minute the wake up outfit will perform at the music festival in Indio California on Friday frontman win butler announced the news on Twitter with a selfie in front of a palm tree riding decided to spend my birthday somewhere warm and dry I'm Trey Thomas For the first time in U.S. history when power is producing more electricity than both coal and nuclear sources More from Brian shook That news came from the U.S. energy information administration who said on March 29th wind turbines across the continental U.S. produced just over 2000 gigawatt hours of electricity That's roughly 19% of U.S. energy for that day and only natural gas produced more power that day with 31% while wind power has out produced coal and nuclear in a one day span before it had never out produced both on the same day I'm Brian shook Production of the light duty versions of the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks will resume next week Has the details General Motors had closed the Fort Wayne Indiana plant for two weeks due to a supply shortage of semiconductors Officials say the facility will be back online April 19th and will have a full production schedule The parts issue did not affect the production of GM's heavy duty pickup trucks at their Flint or oshawa Ontario factories A glyph found inside the ruins of a Guatemalan pyramid representing a Dane called 7 deer marks the first known use of the Mayan calendar Archeologists found the pieces at a site in northern Guatemala famed for the buried.

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

06:03 min | 2 months ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"To go Back to the Future about a year or so ago. You have a new book out about Bond as well. So all of us are tied in here disgusting, you know, James Bond. So what I want to do is Don, first of all, and we'll go through all of us here. How did you get into James Bond and why are you such a big James Bond fan? I think I don't remember the first bomb movie I saw. I just remember being into them when I was a kid and then someone, when I was in my 20s, gave me for Christmas, the full VHS library of every James Bond film. I'd gotten a little bit out of it during the kind of roger warriors and of course the Connery stuff predated me, but I kind of watched the whole library, which I think took us up just past GoldenEye at that point. And kind of decided what I liked and didn't like and whatnot. And then of course kind of had many debates with people not on podcasts about what my thoughts and feelings are and I kind of have it's interesting because when you said to do our top ten list of kind of Bond films, I'm like, it's almost like comparing errors in wrestling. It's like Nick bockwinkel was great, but back then they didn't have the production value. So I kind of look at some of as an example that Daniel Craig stuff. And I go, well, I wonder how some of the Connery movies if they had the advantage or maybe disadvantage of having those production values would fare. What I have found is that some of the older bomb movies hold up actually to me very well. So, and then over Chris, it's kind of one of those Bond things have been like Magnum PI for me oddly enough. It's like, it's something I watch when I want to escape. It doesn't matter that I've seen them all 20 times, you know, some of them I've only watched probably 5 because they were terrible, but the ones I like I like and I watch them over, I was just watching the lazenby film the other day again. So they never really gets old for me and I find something new every time I watch them because I'm like, oh, that was interesting the way they did that. And Mike, what's your background, James? Because you have a lot of experience on the university level almost. Yeah, so I didn't start writing scholarly articles on bond until quite recently, but I've been a fan since I was a kid. I'm a little younger than you and dawn Brad, I'm guessing at your age, but I'm a little older than you, I think. You guys will remember pre VCR, the only way you could watch old movies was if they happen to come on Saturday afternoon on one of the channels that you got. And it was probably goldfinger that I first saw when I was like 9 or ten. I hosted podcasts on fans and fan culture, and it's really interesting how people get into things. And it's usually somebody that they like or somebody they respect introduces them. And for me, it was a father figure. It wasn't my dad, my own dad only watches Ernest movies. We don't round over film at all. That's the next episode. Let's talk about earnest scares stupid. He would be happy to come on and talk about that. It was my friend's dad, who was a single dad. He was a cop. He was cool. He introduced me to Indiana Jones and Monty Python and James Bond. And then I'm the type of guy when I get into something, I kind of go in whole hog, I read as much as I can. In the pre Internet era, that meant scouring used bookstores for copies of the James Bond novels and learning about spies. And then I found out that not three kilometers from my house in oshawa Ontario, Canada, was the site of camp X and so I was actually there this summer. And what's camp X? Camp X was the espionage training school for the allies during World War II. It's right on the border of whitby and oshawa on Lake Ontario. And there's only a marker there now, but Fleming may have been there at some point. It's not clear. I understand. Like correct me if I'm wrong, but a man called Intrepid Sir William Stevenson originally from Winnipeg, some say Fleming based the books on Fleming when asked, like, is there a real James Bond? He said, if you want a real James Bond, William Stephenson. And where I'm sitting right now in downtown Winnipeg, not three blocks away between us and the legislative billing is a statue to the man called Intrepid. There you go. It's Canada. Now Brad, you've written a book that's about to come out Bond, James Bond, exploring the shaken and third history of Ian Fleming's 007, and we mentioned before. I'm sorry that they escape me. What's the name of your Back to the Future book that we did? It's called back from the future, back from the future. Which is a great kind of historical tome of all the back to future movies. You've done the same for the James Bond films now. What attracted you to bond and to writing this book? Well, I mean, it was kind of similar to everybody else. I've discovered it on a VHS tape that my dad had. It was a literally a black VHS tape that had a purple label on it that said James Bond that he had taped diamonds are forever off the television. I call it my bond mitzvah. It was like the first movie that I got to see. From James Bond, like anybody, when you see James Bond as a young man, you think this is the coolest guy that ever lived. It was Sean Connery. He had the women. He had the cars and he had the gadgets, he was a secret agent. I dove right into it. I kind of found bond at the same time I found Back to the Future. So there are these two franchises, a film that I loved my entire life. And so after I did the Back to the Future book, we were talking about doing another one. I said, look, the only other thing I love much is Back to the Future of pro wrestling is James Bond. Then we kind of dove into my writing partner Mike kalinowski and we wanted to do a very comprehensive talk about every movie, every era of Bond, it really tried to cover the litany of it. So that's what we did in the book. And I've really been a fan ever since I found that VHS tape. And it's just never left me. You know, it's interesting because for me, I discovered bond as well, probably on TV seeing it because the first thing one of my first earliest memories was watching, you only live twice, but my grandfather's house used to have a basement where you'd watch TV and that's probably all that old basement smell. And I vividly remember the string with the poison going down it that one of the villains in the early in the movie and they put a string to her mouth and the poison comes down to her mouth and drips on her lips and she licks.

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"A little bit not much but you know what. I think we'll stay hold. That forty is a badge of honor but forty seems loaded in the best ways though. Because i have i have a clear about who i am as a woman. There's certain stuff. I don't take their request and i'm like not my problem so i think that i'm proud because i would offer myself or stand in truth forty and i like that. You say that there's still so much life to live which is good to know special about seeing. I'm forty them grown at thirty little girl. You can't at twenty little woman you just tell us a little bit about the denise house. Yeah so the. Denise house is in a woman's emergency shelter crates shelter for women and children in oshawa ontario where me and my mother and my sister sled in november of nineteen eighty-seven after an encounter with my dad. Fight with my dad. My mom was pregnant at the time. And the denise house really changed the trajectory of my life so i ended a bit about the abusive relationship. My mother was in with my dad. And my mom had no idea that place that existed but we should up there because things are always save with my dad right if he's in a good mood good if he's not. He's pissed off about mom. Not washing the dishes is not a good night so we showed up there in one thousand nine hundred seven and that really is weird. Trajectory of my mother's life change because they offered her a home in pickering ontario which is a few towns east or west rather and we moved into this house with a few garbage bag of things. Maybe a broom not tons of stuff. But that's really where my mother got traction because she now had her own roof she now for the first time in canada after almost a decade had attorney and she could he wasn't oppressed under my dad's thumbs. She called the shots. And here's what's really gives me goosebumps even telling the story now. So we were there in nineteen eighty seven by nineteen eighty-eight. They got us a home and we flourished in that we had our struggles but we flourish. We found our way. We found a way then in two thousand fourteen fast forward more than thirty years later. I am reading my book twenty fourteen. I'm reading my book. And i'm doing research right. I'm researching and i've talked to dozens of people who knew us. So one of the obvious places to start the denise house so look number on the internet and i find the name of the executive director sandra mccormick i call her. She answered the phone in. Explain who i am. What i'm doing. So sandra mccormick on the other end of the floor of the phone as i'm researching from book twenty sesame prado. I know who you are. And i've been following your career for years. In fact i am. The woman in nineteen eighty-seven is now twenty fourteen. Who opened the door in a welcomed. You your sister and your pregnant mother on the cold. Winter's night wow could you. That woman is still at the door to add. the phone. new members knows our story so this day that boggles my mind that she's still there. One shooter dedication testament to women and children but to every single portion portion of every single book. That i sell. I'm donating to the denise house that is without question that is without reservation. There's no doubt in my mind that it has to go there..

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Station. An episode of the mysterious traveler as it was originally broadcast on Tuesday April fourth. One thousand nine hundred fifty in the newspapers of that Tuesday seventy years ago. These were some of the headlines. The Chinese nationalists announced that planes of Russian origin shot down to national spiders over Red China Sunday. The announcement implied that the planes board Chinese communists insignia but gave no clue to the nationality of their pilots. This was the first aerial. Opposition encounter by the nationalist in four years of civil war. General Arab dejection yesterday in both camps that they hurry bridges perjury trial as the tire jury. Which took the case. Friday continued ernest deliberations. Both prosecution and defense are their chances of an early verdict vanish. Bridges President of the CIO Longshoremen's union slumped. His weary chair looked white and weary. The government charged. He was perjured himself at his nineteen forty-five citizenship hearing I- swearing. He never was a communist. Two co-defendants Henry Schmidt and Robertson. Bello opposites in the Longshore Union were charged with conspiracy. They were witnesses at the naturalization. Hearing the navy said last night nearest thing to applying saucer it ever developed has not blown since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven. The navy made the statement in commenting on an article in. Us News and World Report Magazine said engineers have concluded the reported sauces are jet powered planes of revolutionary design developed. By the Navy it's experiments along those lines don't account for the recently revived reports of saucers that according to the navy it said one three thousand pound muddle of pancake shake plane designed by Charles H Zimmerman of the Chance Aircraft Corporation was flown several times. But it hasn't flown since nineteen forty seven a confidential memorandum to the State Department advocating maximum flexibility of. Us policy in the Far East as a means of stabilizing relations with Russia was made public yesterday by Owen. Lattimore who wrote the memo. Seven months ago he counseled against premature excessive deployment in the strategic. Far Eastern Area and said that. Us Approaching Kaisha does more harm than good to US interests. Will it take psychology to handle woman even if she's only five when Little Marlene Johnson of Oshawa Ontario? Lock yourself in the bathroom. Her parents fled for two hours to get her to come out and called in the firemen. The cheap another's pleaded in vain then Oscar Thompson. The firemen with a child of his own said. If you come out we'll give you a ride on the big red firetruck. No answer ring the Bell and blow the Siren and people will run out of your way. The door flew open shinto. She came out shopping when she got her ride. Though some of the day's top news stories is reported in the newspapers of Tuesday April fourth. Nine thousand nine hundred fifty on your radio. The mysterious traveler which continues now on Classic Radio Theater. I don't like people who stare sorry. Haven't we met before? No I always remember people with manage. You still haven't stated Your Business Mr to guard. I'm looking for Mr Bates. John Bateson Mr Bates. We expect Mr Bethany Office tomorrow morning. Then you've seen him Spoken to him by no not yet. Plainly arrived two hours ago. Well the plane arrived but the debates didn't he didn't. You must be mistaken. We have a letter from him. That says it we. He wasn't on the plane. I Know How do you know? High boarded that plane in Singapore with Bates said beside him all the way to Hawaii. Got To know quite a bit about him after a while Mr Garrett if you say he didn't arrive this afternoon then I suppose. He didn't possibly decided to spend a few days in Hawaii. You're wrong again wrong. Yes because he told me was a hurry to get to San Francisco. In fact we had tickets on the same plane. Jason Seats I.

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Badass Agile

Badass Agile

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on Badass Agile

"Everybody Welcome Thanks for tuning into this special episode overtime as you grow up in a my cases a boy becomes a man you get used to losing the innocence of your youth slowly surely over time guys like Johnny Carson Frank Sinatra John Ritter from three's company even Princess Leia all those people who shaped your childhood in a meaningful way sooner or later are either ripped from the fabric of your reality cruelly quickly or or they fade and disappear slowly as the years march on and you get used to it when you first hear about it you text your friends and you say Oh did you hear did you hear and you take a few minutes to mourn who those people were into reflect on what they meant to you and sometimes to reflect on the things that we lose. Every time part of our history he leaves this earth and fades. I've lost a lot of heroes. Some of them including my father my grandfather but also the people that shaped the cultural landscape around me but this one I knew someday even as a kid that there was going to be a day and I was probably going to be live to see it when my favorite musicians musicians would die. And that was yesterday for me Let me tell you why when I was a little kid. My father always had a guitar kicking around the house somewhere like every other little kid. I wanted to play because I wanted to be like my dad mostly And I so much wanted to be able to do what he could do that eventually. When I turn I would say around seven? I started taking lessons in my hometown of Oshawa Ontario. Although there is a tiny satellite office almost like a pop up shop for the Royal Conservatory of Music. So that's why I learned how to Fred a note what the string was and all that stuff and started. Play things like jingle bells in the minute. I could play a song from start to finish. I rushed to my school with my guitar her to play in front of my class so I could show everybody how awesome I was now. Around that time I started playing when seven surround the age of eight or nine not in having many older brothers or sisters were younger ones for that matter so all I had was my cousin Mike when we came to the House for. I can't remember how it happened but he was. ACDC at the time mini introduced me to dirty deeds. Done dirt cheap. Yeah it's a pretty controversial time to introduce a kid to the song big balls but anyway the sound of Bon Scott's voice listen angus young and the guitar was riveting to me. I mean my parents. LISTEN TO ABBA and Barry Manilow and Tommy Dorsey so this point. I wanted to stop playing three coins in a fountain on my dad's Acoustic and I wanted to go take rock and roll lessons so I showed up at a place called the music lesson place in Oshawa I said I wanNA play like that guy and pointed to a picture of Angus young so my very first lesson they assigned me teacher. And what does he put into the cassette deck but a song called Tom Sawyer by rush. Now I don't know why he would let me learn Hell's bells but this was meant to be this was preordained. So he taught taught me the parts. I bought the forty five and then the next two significant events in my life where the day when all of my begging finally paid off and my parents bought me my first electric Qatar in the day when I got the whole album of moving pictures.

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on NPR News Now

"After three years. This of which hoaxes scams tonight the House Democrats are trying to nullify the ballots of tens of millions as a Patriotic Democrats. Say They were obligated to act after evidence emerged at trump had asked Ukraine to investigate his political rivals while his administration held up military funding Aisha roscoe. NPR News Washington a new trump administration proposal this seven offenses that would disqualify defy immigrants from receiving US asylum immigrants convicted of a felony drunken driving or a legally entering the US or among those who would be ineligible bowl. The proposal must undergo a public comment period before going into effect in Iowa. Democrats will be able to participate in the state's first. In the nation caucuses. This is such as from such far away places as Scotland and France. I will public. Radio's Kate Payne reports that the State Party is working to make its notoriously Torius complicated process more accessible the Iowa Democratic Party has released a list of ninety nine satellite caucus locations where Iowans will be able to register their presidential preference. They can't go to their regular precinct. This is a big jump from past elections when there were just a handful of alternatives. The change stems from pushed by the Democratic National Committee to make it easier to caucus the events typically last for hours on a weekday winter night the new locations range from retirement homes to union union halls mosques and a Latino community center outside of Iowa there will be caucus sites at college campuses in several states and at private homes as far away as the Republic of Georgia for NPR news. I'm pain in Iowa City on Asian stock market shares. Broadly lower following mixed trading on wall. Street this is NPR news. A federal appeals court struck down a US requirement that all Americans have health insurance. The case now goes back to a trial judge who has already decided that at the entire law known as obamacare should be thrown out with guidance former trump campaign manager. Paul Manafort is no longer facing charges in New York mortgage fraud in case Judge Maxwell Wiley signed it the law against prosecuting someone twice for the same crime metaphor to serving a seven and a half year sentence from his business dealings including bank and tax fraud. The last vehicles is rolled off the assembly. Line this week at the General Motors Plant in Oshawa Ontario just east of Toronto as Dan Carpenter reports. The automaker announced the decision over a year ago to shut down production of the plant by two thousand nineteen for many me workers. It's been a sad winding down to facility. That's been in operation since nineteen fifty. Three many of them say they're bitter and emotional over the decision. GM candidates had Oshawa was only operating at about a third of capacity. There were no new vehicles assigned and it had no choice but to shutter the plant. twenty-six hundred unionized employees are about to lose their jobs although although about three hundred jobs are being saved after. GM decided to turn part of the operation into a parts plant and attract to test new electric autonomous vehicles. But another two two three thousand jobs will be lost at parts suppliers in the area who relied on the plant at its height in one thousand nine hundred eighty s g m employed about twenty three thousand workers in Shua for N._p._R. News. I'm Dan Carpenter in Toronto again. On Asian stock market shares are lower down the half percent in Hong Kong. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington..

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The controversy over his recent remarks king says he will work with President Trump and the administration continuing to represent his constituents in the fourth district for NPR news. I'm Katie Pikis in Primm Guardiola in Brazil, the search for survive. Rivers of collapsed mining damn continues. Catherine Osborne reports this disaster now has claimed more victims than a similar mining tragedy for years ago, late Saturday in bloom, my genial, Brazil volunteers sorted donations for disaster survivors and even helped rescue people stranded in the flood of mining waste. They were racing against time as the toxic mud solidified. It came from a mining damn that burst midday Friday echoing a twenty fifteen tragedy at a mine run by the same company. Valet on Saturday volley received an over sixty six million dollar environmental fine and Brazilian judges froze over one point five billion dollars in the company's accounts. The funds will be used for immediate disaster relief for NPR news. I'm Catherine Osborne dream Agena one person has died after an avalanche in eastern Idaho near the Wyoming border. The avalanche occurred Friday afternoon as people were snowmobiling in the cabin creek area there Victor, Idaho. Authorities say the risk of avalanche remains high. This is NPR news. Auto workers in Canada are ramping up the pressure against General Motors for announcing the closure of an assembly plant at the end of the year. As Dan carpenter reports. The union is now calling for a boycott of GM products made in Mexico. The boycott is aimed at forcing GM to reconsider the move to close the assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Just east of Toronto. The automaker plans to close several plants in the US and Canada and moved production to Mexico. The head of uniform Jerry says the boycott would only affect those GM vehicles made in Mexico. The he doesn't want to hinder workers at other GM plants in Canada. And he has the action is not against Mexican workers. But against a decision to shift production to a country where worker pay is a disgrace DNA says the closure will mean the loss of about twenty six hundred unionized jobs GM is warning that a boycott could create collateral damage for suppliers dealers and workers for NPR news. I'm Dan carpentry Caratto park. Rangers were once again. Greeting visitors at some national parks across the country on Saturday a day after a partial government shutdown came to an end the National Park Service said some parks may not open immediately depending on their snap size and complexity in Washington, the Smithsonian museums and the national zoo are set to open on Tuesday, the Virgin Islands national park. Cape Hatteras, national seashore, the Wright brothers national memorial and the great smoky mountains national park were among the parks that reopened Saturday Grand Canyon National park issued a statement saying it would be fully operational in the coming week. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from the Charles Stewart mocked foundation, supporting efforts to promote a just equitable and sustainable society in its hometown of Flint, Michigan and communities around the world, more at my dot org. And the listeners who support this NPR station. Okay. So the best part of my job telling crazy stories is that people often tell me crazy stories. Stories about big foot, aluminum Nadi all kinds of fantastic adventures. I wish I could share them all. But while this is not the news. No way. Is this the news? We still do need some kind of proof before broadcasting that the restroom in south Florida mini mart is a porno to another dimension. This much. I want to believe in trust me. I do want to believe it. But that'll push one of my producers into the porno. I know the check. And that's when things often fizzle out. No, malice reasserts itself when a restroom was just a restroom but not today..

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on WJR 760

"Seven sixty WJR news dick Hafner Detroit metro airport reopens after a fourteen hour closure, but the airport is not fully operational travelers will face long delays today as flights struggle to get back on schedule. Two of the four primary runways are reported to be opened some of the passengers were stuck for hours on planes at the time the airport closed down last night's sleep diluted, the de icing fluid, which is used on the runways taxiways. The average delay is five hours. According to the FAA authorities now know who raped the woman who was in a coma for years at a nursing facility in Phoenix. It was a male nurse. Phoenix police say DNA samples lead them to the thirty six year old employee of the nursing home in the sexual assault on the woman who gave birth last month after she was in a coma for years. The police sergeant Tom Thomson. Says the thirties were first alerted of the case. When paramedics recall because the baby was in distress. We can always choose how we come into this life. But what we can choose to do as a community as loved this child. And that's what we have the opportunity to do. And I'm pleased to say that the baby I am told is doing quite well, Nathan Sutherland is the licensed practical nurse who was carrying for the woman at the hacienda healthcare facility who has been arrested the White House in saying whether President Trump would be to a Bill that is in the Senate, which would reopen the government through February eighth while negotiations would go on over a wall, the chairman of the House Democratic caucus Hakim. Jeffrey says the shutdown is reprehensible would be proud to do. It would take responsibility for it. And is now holding eight hundred thousand plus federal workers hostage holding their families hostage holding small business owners hostage holding farmer. Hostage holding the American people who will have delayed tax refunds hostage coast guard commandant Karl Schultz says the shutdowns effect on the coast guard is an unfair hardship. We're five plus weeks into the anxiety and stress this government laps, and you're non pay you as members of the armed forces should not be expected to shoulder this burden. I find it unacceptable that coastguard men and women have to rely on food pantries and donations to get through day to day life. As service members near Toronto uniform members formed a blockade outside of the GM Canadian headquarters in Oshawa, Ontario. They were protesting the plans to end production at the Oshawa assembly plant, Google's self driving car. Spinoff Waymo will bring a factory to southeast Michigan that create I one hundred jobs, and then maybe up to four hundred jobs for the building of autonomous vehicles. This will happen somewhere in the area. They'll turn a facility. Into their self driving factory. They wanna help ISIS. Three Lansing area. Men were arrested by the FBI terrorism task force. All naturalized US citizens who were born in Kenya, Los Angeles teachers ended their strike the return of Tony soprano. The young Tony hopes on.

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"oshawa ontario" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on WJR 760

"Near a patrol of the US led coalition forces in a northern Syrian town reports that four American troops are among the casualties is a hot spot right now. This is an area where the Turks just across the border to the north want the Kurds out of the general vicinity of the border region. The president is saying US security will be withdrawn as part of the withdrawal eventually for US troops have been killed in a blast. Several others were injured house speaker Nancy Pelosi, telling President Trump that he should postpone. The state of the union address set for January twenty ninth until the government reopens. The speaker says that request is made with security in mind. She says many security staffers are now for load because of the partial government shutdown security having been in leadership a long time been maybe before you wrong here where they. Have we have so prepared in advance for something happening in that chamber? The acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency describes himself as a champion of the environment and of deregulation on the first day of Senate confirmation hearings for Andrew Wheeler. The wetlands that would no longer be considered a federal waterway under the under. The what is the new what is proposal will still be protected under state laws, and it does not impact our recovery efforts with our with our national priority areas. Such as the Chesapeake Bay the Great Lakes, the Everglades this the Gulf Coast Puget Sound all of those recovery efforts will continue in this does not impact any of those should John Engler be fired by MSU. They Michigan state board of trustees at a meeting tomorrow board members may move to fire. The interim president John Engler over comments made by the former governor which were seen as insensitive to Larry Nassar victims Republicans controlled the MSU board when anger came on board last year. But now Democrats have the majority on the board and they avoid their displeasure with angler anger took over in February of two thousand eighteen after Lana Simon retired angler is volunteering his services. Wildcat strikes have broken out in connection with the GM plans to close the Oshawa Ontario assembly plant, the head of the Canadian uniform union, Jerry Diana's says the unhappy workers will take their anger to the Detroit auto show. This will be the worst auto show that General Motors will ever face in the history of the auto show here in Detroit the latest effort to dump or change. No fault auto insurance in Michigan is sponsored by state Senator Eric Nesbitt, a Republican from south west Michigan who says something has to be done about uneven medical Bill part of that conversation as to be part of that comprehensive reforms because that's what's really been driving up a lot of the costs. Do you hear some procedures that cost three hundred dollars through your bluecross? Blueshield insurance the cost thousands of dollars when it's through. A auto insurance case. And so that's really driving up the cost bottom transfer. Michigan's drivers on the Frank Beckmann show. His Bill does not have specific reform proposals. The wrong way driver who killed a family of five. From northville in Kentucky had a blood alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit Joseph Bailey, you smashed into the SUV of the Abbass family of northville, killing all five of them on I seventy five on January, sixth WGN news time eleven three. Here's Steve Courtney sports. Good morning one. And all how about those Red Wings three one winners over the struggling Anaheim ducks at LCA last night Red Wings out with back to back wins for the first time in more than a month. And they get defensive Danny takaiser back in the lineup. He plays last night for the first time since December fourth do that. Upper body injury Red Wings now on the road to face a very tough flames club that'll be nine o'clock on Friday night. Meanwhile, the pistons in action tonight on the home floor, they'll host the Orlando. Seven o'clock is the start time the pistons now eighteen and twenty four they have won just five times over the last twenty two games. Meanwhile, big ten hoops. Oh, it's starting to heat up number six MSU. They will be on the road to face Nebraska, eight o'clock tomorrow night. We'll have that for you. Meanwhile, number two, Michigan. They could become number one in the country. If they're able to hang on and beat Wisconsin on the road, twelve noon on Saturday. Steve Jared sports traffic.

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08:41 min | 3 years ago

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"The Frank Beckmann show. News talk seven sixty WJR. So, you know, about the plans by General Motors already been announced idol five different plants, including Oshawa, Ontario. Hamtramck. The list goes on. There's there's five of them at all. And I don't recall them all off the top of my head. But then you'll house does. And General Motors may face some some additional company at the auto show this week. There have been a lot of big hitters down there at the auto show already during press preview days and will be for industry days. Bill Ford will have the last word coming up later this week. But now the the union in Canada is saying that they're going to put some real pressure on General Motors by showing up at the North American International auto show to boycott the closing of the Oshawa plant or to bring more attention to it. And we don't know what form that protest is going to take the uniform president has been a little bit sly about that. Daniel do you have any idea what they're gonna do? Have. You heard anything down there yet? I have no idea what they're gonna do. I'm not surprised they're going to do it. This is a very passionate thing among the Canadians, and frankly among the Americans who are potentially affected by these these plant I'd wings, which you know, I think in almost every case will end up being closures. This is a very fraught time. General motors. He's making a billion dollars a month roughly pre-tax in North America, and they're moving to close plants and cut salaried workers. And if you look at the paradigm, this industry's been under for as long as you, and I can remember you don't take those kinds of actions when you're making a lot of money, historically, I think things have dramatically changed here. General Motors has come through bankruptcy. And I it's led by a group of leaders who are determined not to repeat the mistakes of their predecessors. And they see the market changing. They see the market for their cars, absolutely drying up. They are not the only ones. Clearly as we've seen with four we've seen with Chrysler and others, and they're and they're moving now. And I think this is going to be as I wrote a column a week or two ago. I think twenty nine hundred is going to be the most tumultuous year for the Detroit auto industry since two thousand nine we've got a contract negotiations with the UAW coming up. We've got these plant closures that are going to be a national political issues both in the United States and Canada. I think one of the things that Canadians have got to come to terms with. And I don't know that they can. Building a car or truck and candidate was one of the most expensive propositions in the world. And it's one of the reasons that General Motors is looking to close Oshawa, I think Fiat Chrysler may take a movement on its Brampton plant at some point. Although I think their products coming out of there for the near term probably in good shape. But that's one of the untold stories at the union doesn't want to talk about. It's very expensive. It rivals building in in in Germany for in terms of total cost per unit. Why why the cost so high is it did they just negotiate too much in salaries? Yeah. And it's kind of it's kind of interesting because of the healthcare component in in Canada as as everybody knows is Canadian healthcare is different than it is in the United States. And but I I in fact, I was doing an interview with with Mike Manley had the new head of Fiat Chrysler. And I mentioned this to him about about Canada. And you just nodded his head. And who saw it is a there are a lot of. I I have to frankly, go back and look at some of the details, and that's some reporting. We're going to be doing in the next I'd say month or two because I think it's a story or stories that really needs to be detailed. So we all have a better understanding of what the real economics underlying. Yeah. And the same thing, you know, with General Motors announcements and the statement by Mary Barra that she sees GM is having an all electric future. And then at the same time they're closing the plant where they're making electric cars right now. I just I scratch my head at well. I heard USA question yesterday when you were on with. I can't remember it was it was an analyst I believe Michelle Krebs revel shock wraps it as you pointed out, the volt is a hybrid car the bolt which is built in lake Orion is electric car, and when Mary Barra talks about electric future. She's not talking about a gasoline electric hybrid future. She's talking about a pure electric future. And I think the volt has been somewhat underwhelming. It's had a passionate following but a small following. And the market is in a lot of cases. I think you see me with the popularity of tesla. And what tesla has the impact of tesla has had certainly on the high end of the market. There is some enthusiasm for the electric car. Now, this all have to be balanced against the fact, as you well know, Frank electric account for still a very very very small part of the market. And we're you know, you drive around metro Detroit, you go down to Ohio gas is a dollar something a gallon. You come up here. It's more expensive because because of the consumption up here. But when you're when you're gas is closer to two bucks a gallon, and then four bucks a gallon. I don't think you're gonna be selling a lot of Electric's unless they're mandated and one of the reasons that the major driver for the automakers to push towards electrification is because of regulatory regimes in China and the European Union they are moving in that direction. China clearly as moving in that direction. They're mad. They're going to mandate internal combustion engines out of existence, and it's the largest market by far in the world. It's about a third larger or even half. Larger than the United States. So and the EU particularly based upon what happened with diesel gate with Volkswagen in the last couple of years has really put it in another gear in terms of their mandates. Icees are are being barred from cities in Europe. You can't even drive them certain in certain sections of of of cities over time. I sees being internal combustion combustion engine, right? And you know, so I think over time you're going to see the these manufacturers if they want to compete globally, they have to have a robust technology. But if you're an American manufacturer or your foreign manufacturer who's selling appreciable numbers in the United States. You have to pursue a two track strategy, you have to be in trucks, and SUV's and to some extent cars, particularly the Japanese and the Koreans and you have to be investing in electric because if you because you've got two major market segments in the world geographically, they're moving on separate tracks. So if you go all. Electric. You're gonna miss out on an awful lot of of of sales that can generate a lot of cash for you. And when you're a Detroit company, and you've got twenty five thirty billion dollars in cash and you're competing against apple or Google that may have a quarter of a trillion dollars in cash so ten times as much cash. The need for you to generate that through the sales of trucks and SUV's is all the greater which is why you see companies say we're getting Allah car market, and we're gonna go into the SUV market. And as I pointed out in my column today about FCA Sergio Marconi did this three years ago. And everybody thought he was crazy when Alec where they are. They have been proliferating their their lineup and their earnings generator there now becoming the star because they used ram and particularly Jeep to leverage this trend and they're on the on the cutting edge of that trend. All righty. Well, I will look for a company for a from uniformed uniform to join us when we're broadcasting from the show next week. Who knows what they're gonna do? Maybe they'll show a charity preview wearing shorts. Listen, I you mentioned the dole Ford thing I'm doing a sitdown with Bill Ford open to the public tomorrow four thirty at the atrium at Cobo was called the final word. It'll be the final event of the final winner auto show on the final day tomorrow. All right. Let's see who he wants to draft with the eighth pick for the lions. I will ask him that for. All right. I'll talk to you later. Thanks daniel. Daniel house from the Detroit News the American spirit..

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner. A glazing of ice has caused a dangerous drive this morning. Many spinouts have occurred some freeway closures and partial closures to in our area. For example, eastbound I ninety four over on Detroit's east side that is closed at last check. And we'll check in with John Bailey. And a couple of minutes to get an update on the closure salt trucks are out, but the roads are very slippery. Even in your neighborhood. You can be sliding around. This freezing drizzle is expected to continue through the morning. Also, a growing list of school closings. This is a school closing day for so many students and teachers Dryden public schools Brandon schools. Manchester in Dexter are closed. The Huron valley and the Clarkston public schools are closed Waterford public schools are closed. Get the entire list at WJR dot com. That's a service a family, heating, cooling and electrical family is not just their name. It's the way they do business. The Canadian Auto Workers have. Staged a third wildcat walkout since GM announced in November that would close several plants, including the Oshawa Ontario plant a thousand workers at the interior products. Supplier plant walked out that plant makes interiors for the Oshawa plant also the Detroit Hamtramck plant two of the plants set to close and the uniform president in Canada. Jerry, Diana, says, the continuing campaign to hit GM where it lives will hurt. GM? Oshawa would be the hardest hit they've got twenty five hundred hourly workers that are set to lose their jobs and five hundred salary jobs at that plant as well. President of Kenya says the as Lama terrorists who stormed a hotel in Nairobi Kenya are dead. But at least fourteen innocence are dead to here's correspondent Sam Kylie on this terrorist attack. This was a very complex.

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"Fought with us, and is important that we do everything we can to ensure that those folks that bought with us are protected and wanna has made commitments he understands that. I think he uses the language he talks about I'm he has no beef with the Kurds. We want to make sure that that's the case. The Pompeo says the main focus of Wednesday's meetings was the formation of a new rocky government. He's on a week long visit to the Middle East. The US economy is doing well, but concerns about the future have prompted Federal Reserve policy makers. To slow down their plans to raise interest rates further. NPR's Camille domino has more on the newly released minutes of the Fed's last meeting when they met three weeks ago, the Fed's policy makers decided to raise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point. But they also signalled plans to ease off on rate hikes in two thousand eighteen they noted the US economy is doing well job gains are strong GDP is growing inflation is not a problem, but some investors and companies are worried about the future of the world economy. Markets have been volatile and the agricultural sector has taken a hit from trade tensions ultimately policymakers, generally. Agreed. They could quote afford to be patient about raising interest rates, though, they could always change their minds. Camilo domino NPR news on Asia market. Shares are mixed lower in Tokyo following gains on Wall Street. US investors seem encouraged about the Fed's reassurances the Dow Jones industrials rose ninety points. The nasdaq. Gained sixty. This is NPR news. Iran appears to be confirming a New York Times report that a US navy veteran has been detained there for several months to get details from NPR's Peter Kenyon in assemble the earner and Tasneem news agencies, quote, Iran's foreign ministry spokesman making the first confirmation of the detention of Michael white. A forty six year old has reportedly been held since July. No charges against him have been specified confirmation of whites detention comes amid a campaign by the Trump administration to pressure Tehran into complying with a list of demands, including that it renegotiate the twenty fifteen nuclear deal the test name report quoted the spokesman as saying an American citizen was arrested in the city of Masha some time ago, and the US was notified the State Department said only that it was aware of reports of an Americans arrest. Peter kenyon. NPR news Istanbul, unionized workers at the General Motors assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario. They're holding another sit-down protest. They're upset over plans to close the possibility which could lead to the loss of three hundred. Thousand jobs. The company has turned down proposals by the union to extend the life of the plant GM announced last November that it would eliminate up to fourteen thousand workers in North America and put five facilities up for possible closure. The Canadian company that wants to ship eight hundred thirty thousand barrels of crude from Alberta to the US Gulf coast every day hopes to change its name trans Canada will become TC energy shareholders and regulators say it's okay. A federal court is delaying the keystone excel project pending further environmental study hearing on the project is planned for Monday in pre foles Montana. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news. In Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include X chair maker of the X to office chair.

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"Says the main focus of Wednesday's meetings was the formation of a new Iraqi government he's on a week long visit to the Middle East. The US economy is doing well but concerns about the future have prompted the Federal Reserve policy makers to slow down their plans to raise interest rates further. NPR's Camille domino has more on the newly released minutes of the Fed's last meeting when they met three weeks ago, the Fed's policy makers decided to raise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point. But they also signalled plans to ease off on rate hikes in two thousand eighteen they noted the US economy is doing well job gains are strong GDP is growing inflation is not a problem, but some investors and companies are worried about the future of the world economy. Markets have been volatile and the agricultural sector has taken a hit from trade tensions ultimately policymakers, generally. Agreed. They could quote afford to be patient about raising interest rates, though, they could always change. Their minds Camilo dominance ski NPR news on Asia market shares are mixed lower in Tokyo following gains on Wall Street. US investors seem encouraged about the Fed's reassurances the Dow Jones industrials rose ninety points. The NASDAQ gained sixty this is NPR news. Iran appears to be confirming a New York Times report that a US navy veteran has been detained there for several months. We get details from NPR's. Peter Kenyon in Istanbul. The earner and name news agencies quote rounds foreign ministry spokesman making the first confirmation of the detention of Michael white. A forty six year old has reportedly been held since July. No charges against him have been specified confirmation of whites detention comes amid a campaign by the Trump administration to pressure Tehran into complying with a list of demands, including that it renegotiate the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. The Tasneem report quoted the spokesman as saying an American citizen was arrested in the city of mush add some time ago in the US was notified the State Department said only that it was aware of reports of an Americans arrest. Peter kenyon. NPR news Istanbul, unionized workers at the General Motors assembly plant in Oshawa Ontario for holding another sit down protest. They're upset over plans to close the facility which could lead to the loss of three. Thousand jobs. The company has turned down proposals by the union to extend the life of the plant GM announced last November that it would eliminate up to fourteen thousand workers in North America and put five syllogies up for possible closure. The Canadian company that wants to ship eight hundred thirty thousand barrels of crude from Berta to the US Gulf coast every day hopes to change its name trans Canada will become TC energy, shareholders and breath, later say, it's okay. A federal court is delaying the keystone excel project, pending further environmental study here on the project is planned for Monday and pre falls Montana. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include X chair maker of the X to office.

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"That have fought with us. Then is important that we do everything we can to ensure other does folks that fought with us are protected and has made commitments he understands that. I think he uses the language he talks about he has no beef with the Kurds. We wanna make sure that that's the case. The Pompeo says the main focus of Wednesday's meetings was the formation of a new Iraqi government he's on a week long visit to the Middle East. The US economy is doing well but concerns about the future have prompted the Federal Reserve policy makers to slow down their plans to raise interest rates further. NPR's Camilo domino has. Has more on the newly released minutes of the Fed's last meeting we met three weeks ago, the Fed's policy makers decided to raise interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point. But they also signalled plans to ease off on rate hikes in two thousand nineteen they noted the US economy is doing well job gains are strong GDP is growing inflation is not a problem, but some investors and companies are worried about the future of the world economy. Markets have been volatile and the agricultural sector has taken a hit from trade tensions ultimately policymakers, generally. Agreed. They could quote afford to be patient about raising interest rates, though, they could always change their minds. Camille, domino, NPR news on Asia market. Shares are mixed lower in Tokyo following gains on Wall Street. US investors seem encouraged about the Fed's reassurances the Dow Jones industrials rose ninety points. The NASDAQ gained sixty this is NPR news. Iran appears to be confirming a New York Times report that a US navy veteran has been detained there for several months. We get details from NPR's. Peter Kenyon in Istanbul. The earner and Tasneem news agencies, quote Iran's foreign ministry spokesman making the first confirmation of the detention of Michael white. A forty six year old is reportedly been held since July. No charges against him have been specified confirmation of whites detention comes amid a campaign by the Trump administration to pressure Tehran into complying with a list of demands, including that it renegotiate the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. The tests name report quoted the spokesman as saying an American citizen was arrested in the city of Mashhad some time ago in the US was notified the State Department said only that it was aware of reports of an Americans arrest. Peter Kenyon, NPR news. Bul unionized workers at the General Motors assembly plant in Oshawa, Ontario are holding another sit down protest. They're upset over plans to close the Pacific, which could lead to the loss of three thousand jobs. The company has turned down proposals by the union to extend the life of the plant GM announced last November that it would eliminate up to fourteen thousand workers in North America and put five facilities up for possible closure. The Canadian company that wants to ship eight hundred thirty thousand barrels of proved from Albert to the US Gulf coast every day popes to change its name trans Canada will become TC energy shareholders. And later say, it's okay. A federal court is delaying the keystone excel project pending further environmental study hearing on the project is planned for Monday in pre falls Montana. I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include X chair maker of the X to office chair with dynamic variable lumbar support and ten airbag features to adjust and fit users of different shapes and sizes at X chair dot com or a four four four X chair. Many thanks for the latest. Hello..

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04:43 min | 3 years ago

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"Talks face the wall. I'm dick Haefner. WJR news. The president will meet with congressional leaders at the White House today as the partial government shutdown enters day, nineteen amid the battle of the wall. President Trump told the nation last night that the wall would help keep out illegal drugs, and eventually it would pay for itself, the border wall would very quickly pay for itself the cost of illegal drugs exceeds five hundred billion dollars a year. Vastly more than the five point seven billion dollars. We have requested from congress. The wall will also be paid for indirectly by the great new trade deal. We have made with Mexico. House speaker Nancy Pelosi says there is a humanitarian crisis at the border and children at the border. Not a security threat. They are humanitarian challenge a challenge that President Trump's on cruel and counterproductive policies have only deepened. Neither side showed any give or take on the issue. Meantime, thousands of government employees will not get paychecks this week what about the food stamp recipients? Well, they will get their bridge cards for February. Even if the partial government shutdown continues, the USDA which hands out food stamps says they will work with states to load benefits onto recipients cards by the middle of the month, even without a federal budget, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein. Fine will leave the Justice department shortly after William bar becomes the attorney general wasn't ever. He's confirmed. According to ABC news reporters Shimon for COPA says, the move will have implications on the Robert Muller's investigation. This Russia investigation comes to an end, certainly new AG will be overseeing whatever fall out there is and also other parts of this investigation that have been sent out to different attorney generals across the country a teacher at Rochester high school was under investigation for having sex with students female teacher reportedly is accused of having sex with two boy students ages sixteen and seventeen the incidents are thought to have happened and an apartment and in a car that teacher reportedly has been fired no criminal charges. Have yet. Been filed a district court exam scheduled for today for a former Harper woods high school teacher Charles Penn who is charged with trying to swat grades for sex with a fifteen year old girl. Student Berkeley police say a student stabbed another student with a pair of scissors at Anderson middle school, the boy who was stabbed by the girl. Student is recovering the girl. Student reportedly has been taken out of class and faces expulsion the Canadian uniform president Jerry dias. So General Motors executives have told him they will not change their plans to close the GM Oshawa Ontario plant this year. Twenty eighteen was a very good year for Detroit casinos, Michigan gaming control board reports the three Detroit casinos made a record breaking one point four billion dollars in annual revenue. The record was twenty million dollars higher than the previous annual record set in twenty eleven the casinos reported at three point one percent increase in earnings and revenue from 2017 slot machines collected one point one billion dollars. While the game tables brought in two hundred and seventy two million Marie Osborne. WJR new news time coming up on seven. Four. Here's Steve Courtney sports, Richard Elsa. Last night. The Red Wings found themselves down to nothing in the second period to the visiting Montreal Canadian's Redwings got a couple of goals from Andre us out in a C. You not enough Canadians win it three two Red Wings with one win in the five game homestand one six and two in their last nine they'll be in Winnipeg to face the jets that'll be eight o'clock on Friday night. Meanwhile at the breslin center last night, number six, Michigan state. They improved their winning streak to nine in a row as they get twenty three points from Cassius Winston and a seventy seven fifty nine win over the Purdue Boilermakers make sure you're with us on Sunday, Tom Izzo in the lads will be at Penn State for thirty. We'll have that for you here. Meanwhile, the perfect fifteen and number two ranked Michigan basketball wolverines their inaction not till eight o'clock tomorrow night there in Champaign Illinois to take on the fighting ally nine pistons in Los Angeles tonight to take on the Lakers as a matter of fact, LeBron and company pistons now. They've lost two straight three and seven in their last ten that will start at ten thirty Sixty-six-year-old Bruce Arians former head coach of the Zona cardinals. He is now the head guy with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Meanwhile, thirty nine year old cliff Kingsbury, formerly of Texas Tech..

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04:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump heads to Capitol Hill today to meet with Republican senators as he treats it rather continues to try to make the case for his controversial border wall. NPR's Scott Horsely has more the showdown over border wall. Funding has led to a partial shutdown of the federal government now in its nineteenth day in a televised address from the Oval Office Tuesday. Trump insisted his wall would help stem the tide of illicit drugs from Mexico, the border wall would very quickly pay for itself the cost of illegal drugs exceeds five hundred billion dollars a year vastly more than the five point seven billion dollars. We have requested from congress. In fact, the Drug Enforcement Administration says most drugs smuggled from Mexico, come through legal ports of entry where the wall would make no difference. Democratic leaders urged the president to reopen shuttered parts of the government while the wall debate continues. Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. House. Lawmakers have introduced legislation intended to beef up gun regulations. NPR's? Brockton Booker says this came on the eighth anniversary of the shooting that injured former congresswoman Gabrielle giffords and killed six people California congressman Mike Thompson, a democrat calls the Bill a bold. First step is a Bill that will expand background checks to all firearm sales. This is a bold statement about where we stand as a congress. The bipartisan Bill excludes background checks. When a firearm is gifted to a relative or use temporarily in hunting Gabrielle giffords, the former congresswoman turned gun control advocate supports it. Now is the time to come together feel responsible Democrats Republicans every one the democratic controlled house will likely approve the Bill its feet in the GOP controlled Senate is less clear. Braxton Booker NPR news the capitol. Australian officials say they're reviewing. A request from the UN to consider refugee resettlement for an eighteen year old Saudi woman she fled to Thailand and beg for help on social media when she was threatened with deportation. Michael Sullivan says the Thai government relented and let her stay temporarily. The Saudi government continues to insist it had nothing to do with RAF Muhammed coons detention. Its diplomats calling the case a family affair, but in a video of a meeting between Thai immigration officials and Saudi diplomats one Saudi can be heard complaining Ralph's foam should have been seized. Instead of her passport when she was detained. Michael Sullivan reporting authorities in Australia's say people in several foreign diplomatic consulates evacuated after they got packages containing suspicious substances. No one was hurt the consulate in Melbourne got suspicious package. So did the Swiss Indian and South Korean consulate's among others. Australian media report the packages were labeled as containing asbestos. You're listening to. NPR? Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort may have shared polling data with a man connected with Russian intelligence manafort's lawyers. Accidentally revealed that information in court papers, they say Manafort did not intend to mislead prosecutors and FBI agents who are investigating Russian interference in US elections. The Canadian Auto Workers union known as uniform says it will step up its fight against General Motors. Dan carpenter reports. The move comes after GM rejected union proposals to keep open a plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Uniform president Jerry dias says he's deeply disappointed with GM's response. He had proposed several options, including extending the life of two vehicles currently in production at Oshawa or even moving back some production plan for Mexico. GM says the proposals were not economic. But dia says it was nothing more than corporate greed. He adds a GM by his decision has picked a fight not only with uniform, but with all of Canada, he says the automaker except eleven billion dollars in bailout. Funds from the Canadian government during the financial downturn. And now it's pulling out diocese uniform looking at all options, including legal action and more ad campaigns to pressure GM to reverse its decision for NPR news. I'm Dan carpenter in Toronto struggling retailer, Sears has a lifeline in bankruptcy court until later this afternoon. The company's chairman Eddie Lampert is the biggest shareholder in Sears. He has to come up with one hundred twenty million dollars from his hedge fund by the end of the business day. A group of creditors. That stands to lose money is pushing to see Sears liquidated, I'm korva Coleman..

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05:02 min | 3 years ago

"oshawa ontario" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On our working without pay. We questioned former coastguard commander Thad Allen in this hour. The president has talked of declaring a national emergency. If he did. So how much oversight would congress have? And how much progress is the US making in trade talks with China? It is Wednesday January ninth. Joan by the singer is seventy eight years old today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump heads to Capitol Hill today to meet with Republican senators as he rather continues to try to make the case for his controversial border wall. NPR's Scott Horsely has more the showdown over border wall. Funding has led to a partial shutdown of the federal government now in its nineteenth day in a televised address from the Oval Office Tuesday. Trump insisted his wall would help stem the tide of illicit drugs from Mexico, the border wall would very quickly pay for itself the cost of illegal drugs exceeds five hundred billion dollars a year vastly more than the five point seven billion dollars. We have requested from congress. In fact, the Drug Enforcement Administration says most drugs smuggled from Mexico, come through legal ports of entry where the wall would make no difference. Democratic leaders urged the president to reopen shuttered parts for government while the wall debate continues, Scott Horsely NPR news, Washington. House. Lawmakers have introduced legislation intended to beef up gun regulations. NPR's? Braxton Booker says this came on the eighth anniversary of the shooting that injured former congresswoman Gabrielle giffords and killed six people California congressman Mike Thompson, a democrat calls the Bill a bold. First step is a Bill that will expand background checks to all firearm sales. This is a bold statement about where we stand as a congress. The bipartisan Bill excludes background checks. When a firearm is gifted to a relative or used temporarily in hunting Gabrielle giffords, the former congresswoman turned gun control advocate supports it. Now is the time to come together. Fevers fungible Democrats Republicans every one the democratic controlled house will likely approve the Bill. It's fate in the GOP controlled Senate is less clear. Braxton Booker NPR news the capitol. Australian officials say they're reviewing. A request from the UN to consider refugee resettlement for an eighteen year old Saudi woman she fled to Thailand and Bank for help on social media when she was threatened with deportation. Michael Sullivan says the Thai government relented and let her stay temporarily. The Saudi government continues to insist it had nothing to do with RAF Muhammed Okinawans detention. Its diplomats calling the case a family affair, but in a video of a meeting between Thai immigration officials and Saudi diplomats one Saudi can be heard complaining Ralph's phone should have been seized. Instead of her passport when she was detained. Michael Sullivan reporting authorities Australia's say people in several foreign diplomatic consulates evacuated after they got packages containing suspicious substances. No one was hurt. The Wisconsin in Melbourne got a suspicious package. So did the Swiss Indian and South Korean consulate's among others. Australia media report the packages were labeled as containing asbestos. You're listening to N. NPR? Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort may have shared polling data with a man connected with Russian intelligence manafort's lawyers. Accidentally revealed that information in court papers, they say Manafort did not intend to mislead prosecutors and FBI agents who are investigating Russian interference in US elections. The Canadian Auto Workers union known as uniform says it will step up its fight against General Motors. Dan carpenter reports. The move comes after GM rejected union proposals to keep open a plant in Oshawa, Ontario. Uniform president Jerry dia says he's deeply disappointed with GM's response. He had proposed several options, including extending the life of two vehicles currently in production at Oshawa or even moving back some production plan for Mexico. GM says the proposals were not economic, but dia says it was nothing more than corporate greed. He adds a GM by its decision is picked a fight not only with uniform, but with all of Canada, he says the automaker accepting eleven billion dollars in bailout funds. From the Canadian government during the financial downturn. And now it's pulling out dia says uniform looking at all options, including legal action and more ad campaigns to pressure GM to reverse its decision for NPR news and Dan carpenter in Toronto struggling retailers. Sears has a lifeline in bankruptcy court until later this afternoon. The company's chairman Eddie Lampert is the biggest shareholder in Sears. He has to come up with one hundred twenty million dollars from his hedge fund by the end of the business day. A group of creditors. That stands to lose money is pushing to see Sears liquidated, I'm korva Coleman..

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