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"parkland florida school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 3 weeks ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on WTOP

"To their report, no members of law enforcement inside or out of the school assumed command in the 70 plus minutes before they took down the gunman committee chairman, Dustin Burroughs. There was also officers who should have seen some of the chaos going on in at least at a minimum. If they didn't take over command or tried to assume command, they shouldn't began asking questions. Chris Fox, for CBS News, you've all Texas. The sentencing trial for the shooter in the Parkland Florida school massacre starts tomorrow, a jury will decide whether he should be executed or get life in prison without parole. Steve Bannon's criminal contempt trial starts tomorrow in Washington, legal analyst Laurie Levinson. If Bannon is able to get before this jury that he's now willing to comply, there might be some jurors who would say that they won't hold him in contempt. But the government will undoubtedly argue that Bannon doesn't get to play games with Congress. He was given a lawful subpoena. He didn't comply, he didn't try to assert executive privilege in a lawful manner. And even if he had, he would not be eligible for it. Bannon faces charges for ignoring congressional subpoenas for months about January 6th. It's been a hot weekend, but hot temps are on the move this week. Whether channel meteorologist Molly McCollum. By the time we get to Tuesday, 75 million of us above 95°. And we're not just talking 90s. We are talking triple digits in places like Arkansas, Tennessee, Louisiana, Missouri, all the way to Oklahoma City where we could tie a record on Tuesday of one O 9. Three share of deputies and a firefighter died in a helicopter crash in New Mexico. The chopper went down yesterday near Santa Fe, the crew was returning to Albuquerque after helping firefighters at a wildfire. I'm still trying to look that's now misses Affleck, Jennifer Lopez confirming on social media today that she and Ben Affleck got married in a small

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:07 min | Last month

"parkland florida school" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of a mass shooting in ivaldi, Texas, is being put on administrative leave. School superintendent doctor Hal harrell said that due to the lack of clarity remaining in the investigation into the rob elementary school shooting, Pete arradondo is being placed on administrative leave effective immediately. President Biden says there's a way to give a federal gas tax holiday without hurting road construction projects. But the tax revenue is up this year and our deficit down over $1.6 trillion this year alone. We'll still be able to fix our highways and bring down prices of gas. His comments came as the president called on Congress to suspend the federal gas tax for the next 90 days. Jury selection for the sentencing trial of Parkland Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz is wrapping up judge Elizabeth scherer says she's planning to have a jury seated by the end of the week. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Brian Curtis in Hong Kong. Let's check this hour's top business stories and the markets. Oil has fallen to its lowest level in more than a month. The action seems to be driven by concerns of a global economic slowdown. At the moment, WTI crude is trading at $102 and 56 cents a barrel and iron ore back below $100 a ton for low grade material. We'll have more on markets in a moment. Hong Kong stocks are rising today, partially led by word that incoming leader John Lee will reopen the city's borders with China and the rest of the world. It has to do with whether incoming travelers would have to quarantine in a hotel or could do so at home. And this story comes from an interview that John Lee did with the South China morning post. Meantime, China's property slump is a bigger threat than its lockdowns. That's the assertion and we're saying here at Bloomberg news that the worst decline on record could hold growth down below 4% for the rest of the decade. An index that tracks sales has posted year on year declines for 11 months in a row, and that is a record since China created the private property market back in the 1990s. Chinese president Xi Jinping shared a meeting that approved promoting the development of the payment and FinTech sectors. It could be a sign that the crackdown on tech companies like ant group will that that may be easing. U.S. tariffs on China imports provide significant leverage and are useful from a negotiating standpoint. That's the view of the U.S. trade representative Katherine Tai. She made that comment to Senate lawmakers today. Ty said trade negotiator never walks away from leverage when it's available. Briefly in the markets today, thanks hang index. We mentioned some gains there. A tenth of 1% the nikkei down a tenth of 1%. We've turned lower across the region, the CSI 300 is also down a tenth of 1%. Global news, 24 hours a day, live, end at Bloomberg quick take. In Hong Kong, I'm Brian Curtis. This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. In a ruling dividing

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on WTOP

"Vulgaria Gazprom says it's because neither country would pay in rubles and there are new fears the war could spill over into neighboring countries Correspondent Chris lives say is in Ukraine The pro Kremlin breakaway region of Moldova where Russian troops are based for two days the scene of mysterious explosions including government locations Moldova ever more vulnerable to a possible Russian invasion says the blast were aimed at creating pretexts for straining the security situation History made a Kennedy Space Center But freedom ring God seed creep horn First crew comprised of half men and half women has blasted off for the International Space Station commander Chael Lindbergh was trained in Russia for his first flight on a Soyuz spacecraft He doesn't expect the war to be an issue for astronauts and cosmonauts on the ISS We have our own feelings about kind of the current situation But what comes first and foremost is that you are in a hazardous environment and taking care of yourself and that larger crew this paramount Vice president Kamala Harris is the latest high ranking official in Washington to test positive for COVID CBS's doctor David agus certainly will follow her symptoms and presumably with her vaccines and her boosters she should not be at high risk for complications from COVID-19 The CDC says more than half of Americans have now been infected at least once An entire panel of potential jurors been dismissed in the trial of Parkland Florida school shooter Nicholas Cruz after several were heard making apparent threats at the 23 year old circuit judge Elizabeth share on the domino effect.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And make a The donation 20 year old to alleged support shooter, Walter our mission Scipio at has claimed truckers self defense. fund He dot faces org. second degree That's murder truckers charges. fund dot org. Meantime, parts of the Northeast are still cleaning up from the remnants of IDA, which spawned tornadoes in deadly flash flooding. New York City 11 people died in a legally converted basement apartments. This is ABC News. Some of the rules are set for prosecutors and witnesses during the upcoming trial of the accused shooter in the Parkland Florida School massacre. Let's turn this tragedy into a catalyst change. The circuit Judge Elizabeth share says those who addressed Nicholas Cruz in court will be forbidden to use derogatory terms like animal or that thing, whoever she says terms like shooter, killer or massacre terms that are legitimate to the case. No immediate threat. That's what some health officials are saying about the new move variant of the coronavirus. But there may be evidence that could eventually become a much more serious, strange new variant, which is President 39 countries. There's early kind of the thought that it might be able to evade some antibodies, which could sell of trouble. ABC NEWS Medical contributor Dr Look, Patel Willard Scott, who forecast the weather on the Today's show for more than three decades and spent 65 years at NBC has died. Willard Scott was 87 years old. I'm Derek Dennis ABC News. If we formed our own country, it would be the third largest on Earth were more than the entire English bacon world where people with disabilities and were 15% of the world. That over a billion people you could. They're everywhere and colleague friend deliberated politicians, teacher at people, But we've 15% of you. But To break down the barriers that Cooper at the part we the 15 dot org Mr Clean, So a friend told me about Mr Clean Magic Eraser and his exact words were it changed my life? I used to spend a ridiculous amount of time trying to remove tomato sauce from inside our microwave and soap scum off the bathtub. It's like seriously magic and my secret weapon for cleaning the kitchen, bathroom doors and walls and even keeping my sneakers claim Mr Clean Magic Eraser Greatest Invention ever clean, Mr Clean. Mr Clean Magic Eraser. The unicorn of cleaning Now impact traffic from the bet. Fred Sports Traffic Center. Looks like there is a crash. That is still I 70 westbound approaching Kipling. Looks like it's on the shoulder. But please do exercise caution. Outside of that. The rest of I 70 wonderful and wide open. 25 checking clear with about 30 minutes from Thornton to Centennial. 2 to 5 posted speeds and the Boulder Turnpike fine and dandy. No major issues of highway federal was worth Sheridan and sixth. Also checking clear Fox 31 pinpoint weather overnight Low 55 currently it is clear skies 63 degrees with your impact traffic and weather. Victor 6 30 k Hell Here's Bruce.

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AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

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"The parents of a high school teen killed three years ago in the parkland Florida school massacre are marking the grim anniversary with an online post card campaign aimed at members of Congress Patricia and Manuel Oliver are working through their grief with the creation of a nonprofit calling for gun control the shame cards dot com project in listed artists who drew graphic images depicting dozens of mass shootings around the country like a digital postcard that reads greetings from Annapolis Maryland the birthplace of the twenty eighteen Annapolis shooting at the capital Gazette newspaper and of course parkland Florida where the Oliver son Joaquin was killed decorated with the sun a palm tree and images of a gunman in the hallway of the school and a victim crouched in horror with a gun to the head a call to action is to send them to members of seventeen students and staff members were killed February fourteenth twenty eighteen at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school I'm Jackie Quinn

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Face of Russia's aggressive actions interfering with our elections. Cyber attacks Poisonous citizens are over on the detention of Putin critic Alexey Navalny, the president said he's been targeted for exposing corruption and should be released immediately and on the situation in Burma. The president called for the immediate release of the activist. The military has detained and to the military should relinquish power. The house now debating whether to strip Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor green of her committee assignments over social media post. It appeared to support conspiracy theories. She made her case on the House floor this afternoon and never once said during my entire campaign. Q And on. I never went said any of the things that I am being accused of today. During my campaign. I never said any of these things since I have been elected for Congress, Democrats and some Republicans have condemned to remarks which include that 9 11 was an inside job and that the Parkland Florida school shooting didn't happen. Legal team for former President Trump has rejected a request by impeachment managers willing to testify under oath at his impeachment trial next week, Trump Advisor Jacob Miller told called the proceeding unconstitutional and a public relations stunt. The former president is not required to appear. Wall Street of the clothes docks closed higher, held by strong earnings and optimism that Washington can reach a deal for another round of coronavirus relief. Dow where 2 332 points. The NASDAQ plus 1 67 that's MP gained. 41. America is.

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Miami: Florida ‘Red Flag’ Gun Law Used 3,500 Times Since Parkland School Shooting

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Miami: Florida ‘Red Flag’ Gun Law Used 3,500 Times Since Parkland School Shooting

"It two years and seventeen people died in a school shooting in parkland Florida school superintendent Bob runs he says it's a day of service to the community to teach students to understand the importance of kindness to one's understand how important it is for all of us to connect with each other a red flag gun law passed in Florida after the shootings then use thirty five hundred

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Continue to defend president trump the Roger stone case as you wish Tim Burke explains as Democrats continue to accuse president trump of assaulting the rule of law in the Rogers don't case house minority leader from California Kevin McCarthy says this is all about impeaching the president Attorney General Barr is coming before the committee as well but there's there's no issue here it's just like everything else that the Democrats want to play they do not have fax all they have is a mission to impeach and this is all they continue to drive when the rest of America would like to move on from there nightmares they put us through and let's start working on issues that America cares most about for USA radio news I'm Tim Burke the parents of the teenage girl who died in the parkland Florida school shooting in two thousand eighteen of filed a new lawsuit against the federal government and group Pollock ensure Kaplan parents of metal Pollock filed the complaint in federal court in Florida the accused the government of failing to take any action whatsoever to prevent the February fourteenth two thousand eighteen shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school the state the FBI knew that Nicholas crews had the desire and capability to carry out a mass school shootings the shooting happened exactly two years ago today seventeen people died including fourteen students and three teachers for USA radio news I'm when the king thousands of people contact ingen help monthly about their intention or new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you.

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Florida Senate to vote on suspension of former Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

Glenn Beck

00:16 sec | 3 years ago

Florida Senate to vote on suspension of former Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel

"The sheriff who was fired after the parkland Florida school shooting could get his job back today the state Senate will vote on whether to reinstate suspended Broward county sheriff's gone Israel governor Rhonda Santa suspended as well for his handling of the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school

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Who Was Marjory Stoneman Douglas?

BrainStuff

04:27 min | 3 years ago

Who Was Marjory Stoneman Douglas?

"After the horrific parkland florida's school shooting in february of two thousand eighteen marjory stoneman douglas became a household name for all the wrong reasons but let's take a look today at the woman for whom the school was named marjory stoneman douglas undertook a legendary in dairy fifty year crusade to save the florida everglades born in minneapolis in eighteen ninety and educated at wellesley college in massachusetts douglas moved to south florida in nineteen fifteen fifteen after a brief and disastrous marriage to join her father who was editor and founder of the newspaper that would become the miami herald she was an accomplished journalist short story writer writer and an outspoken advocate for women's suffrage anti-poverty campaigns and ultimately because it would make her famous. The everglades douglas's nineteen forty seven owed into those wetlands. The everglades river of grass was published the same year that president harry s truman dedicated the everglades national park long before environmental scientists fully understood the fragility and interconnectedness of the everglades ecosystem douglas railed against efforts by the us army corps of engineers to drain divert parts of the sprawling wetlands to to make room for agricultural and urban development. These efforts continue today. The school was dedicated in nineteen ninety when douglas was one hundred years old and still going strong along with her book. Douglas provided a new way of understanding the one point five million acre wetlands preserve rather than seeing it as merely a sprawling swamp douglas rightly described the everglades massive slow moving river of shallow water draining north to south from lake okeechobee down through the sawgrass prairies and emptying into the florida florida bay in moving pros douglas road of the hundreds of species of birds fish and flora that thrived in the precariously balanced ecosystem of the everglades the largest subtropical wilderness in the united states. She rightly recognized that this area was largely responsible for the rainfall in south florida are book begins. There are no oh other everglades in the world they are. They've always been one of the unique regions of the earth remote. Never wholly known nothing anywhere else is like them a tireless and often intimidating advocate. She founded the organization friends of the everglades at age seventy nine to fight a proposed jet port in the middle of the wetlands lends. The airport plan was scrapped. Douglas spent the rest of her life. Defending the everglades jon rothschild edited her nineteen eighty-seven autobiography voice of the river described her in the book's introduction as she appeared at a public meeting in everglades city in nineteen seventy-three. Mrs douglas was half the size of her fellow. Speakers were huge dark glasses along with the huge floppy hat that made her look like scarlet o'hara's played by eager stravinsky when she spoke everybody's stop slapping mosquitoes and more or or less came to order. Her voice had sobering effect of a one room schoolmarm. 's the tone itself seemed tame. The rowdiest of the local stone crabbers plus the developers and the lawyers on both besides there are two seasons in the everglades. The dry winter and the monsoon summer and scientists now understand that seasonal fluctuations in water levels are key to maintaining the delicate equilibrium between competing plant and animal species but that balanced spend dangerously disturbed decades of habitat loss and short-sighted water-management tactics tactics. The river of grass is no longer a free flowing sheet of water but sliced up and boxed in by dams and dikes creating floods in some areas and drought in others congress passed the comprehensive everglades restoration plan back in the year two thousand but the funds to implement the plan never secured in the meantime lake shelby obi historically the water source that fed southward flow of the river of grass has become hopelessly polluted largely by agricultural runoff in two thousand sixteen high levels of phosphorus is a nitrogen in the lake caused a toxic algae bloom. The prompted the governor to issue a state of emergency eric eichenberger c._e._o. Of the everglades foundation and one time student at douglas's namesake high school says that congress will have to reauthorize funding for the restoration but if everything goes well the river of grass could be restored in as little as eight years he believes the douglas who died in nine hundred ninety eight at the age of one hundred and eight would be energized by the effort among douglas many honors and awards was the presidential medal of freedom conferred conferred by bill clinton in one thousand nine hundred three in the year two thousand she was posthumously inducted into the national women's hall of fame. Douglas ashes were scattered in the everglades national park over the marjory stoneman douglas wilderness area.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"And the trump administration instructs companies not to warn customers about products that contain Glyfada state a move aimed at California as it fights one of the world's largest chemical companies about the potentially cancer causing chemical in the herbicide roundup from pacifica radio KPFA Berkeley KPFK Los Angeles this is the evening news with plain reader I'm mark Merritt president Donald Trump said today he believes he has influence to rally Republicans around stronger federal background check laws as Congress and the White House work in response to last weekend's mass shootings in Texas and Ohio the same time trump said he had a short the national rifle association that it's gun rights views would be fully represented and respected he said he was hopeful the NRA would not be an obstacle to strengthening the nation's gun laws trump has promised to lead on tougher gun control measures before including after the two thousand eighteen parkland Florida school massacre but little has come of it his comments in the wake of the twin massacres mark his most supportive words in favor of more stringent gun laws though he left the details vague and it remains to be seen how much political capital trump would throw behind marshalling Republicans on the issue he said today now I was looking for very meaningful background checks but is not considering a resurrection of an assault weapons ban he said he also believes lawmakers will support red flag laws that allow guns to be removed from those who may be a danger to themselves and others we.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:05 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mike Allen and our two of Saturday midday. This story came up this week and generate a lot of a former parkland Florida school resource officer who failed to confront a gunman went seventeen people were fatally shot in the Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school was charged and arrested on multiple charges. I think seventeen it's actually eleven the main charges are child neglect, and perjury. But there's also a criminal negligence charge in there that school resource officer getting Scott Peterson he was charged with the breakdown is seven council neglect of a child. Three counts of culpable negligence. Then one count of perjury. If you add them all together, though, they carry a maximum sentence of ninety eight and a half years in prison. In essence, this school resource officer, former officer was charged because he stayed outside of the school building while the shooting take place, took place and a lot of people, especially the parents of the deceased kids. Boy, some of the things they said this week, I can't blame them. They've really take issue with his inaction in this case. But let me tell you this from a legal perspective. And I talked a couple of times this week about this from a legal perspective. It unprecedented in this country, least I've never heard of before that a police officer would be criminally charged for not taking action. You have civil suits about this kind of stuff all the time, and they're not unusual. But again, at least a my knowledge, it's the first time that criminal charges have ever been filed. And this has got a lot of people honked off, and in particular police union. Presidents one guy down there in Florida. I guess this is the union that former officer Peterson was a guy by the name of Jeff bell. He had several concerns about the charges particularly neglect charge that those are the big ones, and here's what he said, in order for there to be neglect. The individual must be a caretaker of the children does that mean that every police officer from now on that works detail where children are present are now subjected to criminal neglect charges. If something happens, that's what he said. He also went on to say that the union does not consider Peterson a coward here to talk about that is another prominent police union chief, I'm talking about our friend. Dan, Hill's president of queen's city, lodge, sixty nine Dan. Thanks for calling in this morning. Hey, mike. Thanks for bringing me in on this difficult topic. Yeah, yeah. Let me ask you, this you and I both at the F O P picnic this week. And I'll tell you. And like I said, I had commented on it. Before that a lot of copper's, X coppers talked to me about what I had to say, I, I looked at it from a completely clinical legal situation. But what's the average man and woman on the street? Police officer man and woman on the street saying about this. Well, this is something where opinions are all over the place. And, and quite frankly, it depends on what side of the bed, I get outta. What I'm yeah I think of it because, you know, I can step back and I can do the kind of clinical review that you are doing and, and to me, it seems like there could be a stretch there. I think there's also a lot of misunderstanding, especially when you talk about Cincinnati officers. Now, we are trained and how we were prepared and we try to put this guy through that, that you than, than, you know, I could see where there's even bigger issues. Dan? That's a good. That's a good point. Let me let me ask you. I mean, the what happened at fifth third Bank down there downtown, in the absolute incredible bravery of the CPA Diaw Sers that responded to that, they their training, kicked in and my right that you all train. Now ulcers are trained now to go to the source of the gunfire goat gunfire. I just trained in the other day despite my role as the president right now. You know administrative really for legal reasons. I'm not really supposed to get out and get involved in police work, but still just that chance if I'm out somewhere I, I have to continue my much training and I went to the target range day, and we train to go right to that source of fire that we try to do, this is smart as possible round the corner, so you can use cover and concealment, if need be, but you have to go towards the fire. And so even. As years have progressed and it Columbine was the big change, right? Columbine. If we saw sells tactically in a bad situation, we were trained and we waited for slot. Will they knew after they reviewed everything in Columbine that, while those of loud, bangs of gunfire were going on, while policemen were sitting outside in large numbers? So we're outside that, that meant every loud bang. Then another another child had died, another high schooler had had died. And we said, well, we can't do that anymore. So then we start we start responding with quad training where there was four of you and you, you each direction was leading down the lane, and easily usually shocked on the rifle, and then you'd have a rear cover inside cover, and so you'd have more trained or wait for four. And then we said, well, if you if this shots on the only way for one backup and then we've finally got to the point now where we said, this is this is why we are professionals. This is why we are trained. This is the time when you would have to risk all the save others. In something like an active shooter. You have to respond in even this by yourself, so that, and then we come in common sense, and say, all right. If, if I see the other police cars screaming down the street as I get there. Yeah. I wait for him. So we can do it together. So we're not gonna end up shooting each other, or so we can have a better approach, but do you wait? Fifteen seconds for backup. Yeah. Thirty seconds. Probably. Do you wait a minute. While there's shots going off inside probably not. You have to you have to take action, and that's the way we're trained, and Dan, I think you get in another question to that. And that's what I want to drill down on in situations. Like that does a prosecutor prosecuting authorities down down in Florida state attorney do they criminally charge a police officer if that police officer does not live up to his training standards. And this guy was an SRO school resource. Officer presumably had a lot of training. Do prosecutors, I guess, or should prosecutors criminally? Charge a police officer blatantly and flagrantly violate that. And I was getting that's where we're trained in Cincinnati. I have come to understand that maybe this guy had not received any of that training that he you know, he was kinda stuck in that SRO job or, you know, place there, a long time ago and hadn't been updated on the type of training. Maybe the department itself had progress to the point to where Cincinnati is. And, and he saw how, how beneficial was Cincinnati's kept up with the training, and the and the thoughts on training these active shooters, become more and more common the only way you can stop them is, is do that immediate charged towards them and, and meet them with deadly force. And so our folks responded, first and foremost like you said, Mike because they're Braves. They were they were sound believable. Most of our most of our folks are, but Secondly, I think that it just came into their nature because of the way they are trained and we got an outstanding academy stay up that trained in that way. So you know if we were the pick up that situation and put it here in Cincinnati. Do do I think it should be criminal. I'm gonna do what I don't do that. Maybe five ten percent of the time when I'm done. I'm gonna lie defense a bit because I just I'm not really sure I I my heart is with these parents. I. I can I can sense their frustration their anger their discussed that, that the performance of this officer on the other hand, we throw him in jail for ninety eight years courses that long. We throw somebody in jail or back to the civil responsibility is, is it something that should be handled in a another court obviously, he's been fired. He's been disgraced. He should be, you know, it appears that he live, because, you know, if you listen to radio broadcasts, he knew the building the shots were coming from and it up. But the union has to do with the union down there. They have to they have to defend its it's member. And I, I like I said here I am. I'm stuttering. Hey, hey, Dan. And I think a lot of people are in frankly. I mean I kind of am too, if you look at it, though, and I did this week because I was asked to do it the statue the, the big one that he's charged with the most counts, and it's a felony the statute in Florida believe unlike our statutes is very simple, and it revolves around a caregivers failure to make a reasonable effort to protect the child from the glac exploit neglect, or exploitation, by another person. So, okay. Any lawyering police auction, we'd go to the definition of caregiver. Well, here's the definition of caregiver in Florida. And I know you're not a lawyer. You got better sense than that, but hair giver, means a parent, adult household member, or listen to this or other person responsible for a child's welfare. So from a clinically purely clinically legal perspective. It sounds. Like that statute might apply by loco parentis just like yeah. Whatever. I see that. Yeah. And that's the thing. And that's why it's a political battle. And, you know, I've read comments from other union presidents this week. And they make the point that in and there's certainly some validity to this. I think there was so much pressure on that prosecutor down there to quote, do something unquote political pressure. And what, what worries me about it. And my sense is probably you and other police officers, and people who support police officers is the precedent that, that sets as if cops don't have enough to worry about these days. Do they now have to worry about being charged criminally when their second guessed and not every situation like this Dan hills? I think is going to be as crystal clear from a factual point of view. I recall the story and it's been long enough now. I'm not worried about what anybody thinks that are. But, you know, we're glencoe was it's changed now off of Auburn. I actually had a civilian writer. He was at this batch at the time and we, we got called for shot fired. I was on all avenue. And if they turned a corner, there was a gunman on one side of St. shooting gunman on the other side shoot at each other. And I said, this is a good place for us just yet. We didn't have any backup. I hit reverse and backed up back onto Auburn and just kinda watch round the corner until they stopped shooting at each other. It was probably don't dealer on dope dealer, many years ago. I remember now does that get treated differently than something where the child was I supposed to get in the middle of them to folks shooting match other? I obviously the answers absolutely not. Right. You know, and that's a really good example, where somebody could micro judge something like that. On because I can't nobody nobody in reasonable sense, would say that knowing the knowing the area known expected is going on there, and with people shooting each other, should, I necessarily any there to catch bullets that the savings, save both of them from shooting at each other that I don't think the responsibility of a police officer, but all we headed in that direction, where everything goes long are they going to say, well, the police officer should have sacrificed his life, right? That, that I can see union leaders point of view..

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Scot Peterson, Former Parkland Deputy, Released on Bail

America Trends

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Scot Peterson, Former Parkland Deputy, Released on Bail

"Accused former school safety officer of the parkland. Florida school shooting is now out of jail. A judge lowering the bond for Scott Peterson to thirty nine thousand five hundred dollars from the original one hundred two thousand yesterday. He'll also be allowed to go to his North Carolina home while he awaits trial for which he's facing several negligence charges

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning, I'm Joe Bartlett, prison, Trump's final stop on his UK tour takes them to Portsmouth today where he's marking tomorrow, seventy fifth anniversary of the d day invasion. He read part of the prayer that FDR delivered on the day of the Normandy, invasion by the righteous of our cars. Our sons will try some will never return embrace these father and receive them the heroic servants into baking, we'll have more coming up with Berman and Michael relieves part of the big three today. The mother of that missing Connecticut woman now asking the court to give her temporary custody of her grandchildren dulas have been going through a contentious divorce for the last two years now that she is missing. And he has been. Locked up on evidence tampering charges. Jennifer dulas mother has asked to court for custody of the couple's five children. Investigators have searched an incinerator in Hartford, where trash from downtown receptacles is brought after police said photos, dulas was seen dumping garbage bags Aaron Katersky, ABC news. New York departmental trial of police officer Daniel Pantaleo resumes today as lawyers will present evidence to contradict, the findings that he caused the death of Eric garner by using an illegal choke. Hold Ponta Leo's lawyer plans to call two witnesses to testify in the officers defense today, one is a city medical examiner from Saint Louis who will argue that the chokehold had nothing to do with Eric Garner's death that offense will also bring Ponta Leo's teacher from the police academy. Ponta Leo himself has never detailed in public. What took place that day back in twenty fourteen. No one Lleyton, w o war news. The former school safety officer who failed to confront the gunman in the parkland Florida school shooting is now facing criminal charges an investigation determined. Scott Peterson retreated during the shooting and directed other officers to stay away from the building where seventeen people were killed. He's facing charges that include child neglect, a surprise traffic.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on WTVN

"And other police officers are all on scene going room to room clearing classrooms and getting students to safety FBI director Christopher Wray said today that the agency has made changes after it was revealed that age. Agents failed to act on a tip about the parkland Florida school shooter in a Senate appropriations subcommittee today. Ray said, the F B I has changed its training and policies. In addition to significantly increasing the amount of its resources as well oversight last year. Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott called on Rae to resign after the FBI admitted it got a tip about accused shooter nNcholas crews prior to the massacre. And poster may help Laurie lock winning the massive college cheating scandal. The poster unveiled today is for the U USC women's crew team in clearly states that hopefuls don't need experience to try and join the team the full house star in her fashion, designer husband are accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars to a bogus charity and the money was then reportedly used to pay off US officials to get their kids into the school as rowing recruits despite them never having any experience to Z reports that the couple is claiming they had no idea what they were doing was wrong and have pled not guilty. Your ABC six I warning weather. Partly cloudy tonight. We'll see lows in the mid fifties. I'm Alison Wyatt's. Our next report at six o'clock for breaking news and weather alerts instantly, follow us on Twitter at six ten WTVN news, breaking.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nationwide. ABC's Jim Ryan joins us live now from parkland, Florida, Jim tell us what's been going on there today. Somber remembrance. It really wasn't. There wasn't really except. Just quiet reflections of people were standing in small groups or individually outside archery, Douglas high school. Some of them were trained others were looking at the flowers. They're chatting with each other than remembering the fourteenth students and staff members who were killed one year ago today. And we're seeing this somber anniversary, in fact, I guess some of the survivors there. Their families are saying don't call it an anniversary because that that has more of a happy connotation, but we we've been seeing in this one year today, the senators from Florida calling for more action to keep schools safe. And we're hearing as we mentioned at the top from the president as well. Yeah. Absolutely. Ground on that naturally after the shooting happened last year, some of the students parents teachers rallied the state legislature to the first gun legislation Florida has seen in decades. They're calling for more that during the next legislative session as well. Others though, Republicans are saying they want to see other measures, including people on campuses with weapons ready to respond. If a school shooter shows up, ABC's? Jim Ryan believe it there. Jim in parkland, Florida here locally WBZ's KENDALL Buhl has more on how the victims of the parkland Florida school shooting are being remembered the twelve months that have passed since the massacre represent hundreds of new cycles.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on KTRH

"Oh one. Our top story. The president said to give the state of the union address in about three hours, and there'll be many special guests in the house chamber for the speech invited guests for a state of the union are often intended to put a face on accomplishments and priorities sitting in the first lady's box tonight will be the daughter granddaughter and great granddaughter of a couple murdered by an undocumented immigrant earlier this year in a former inmate who spent decades in prison for drug related offenses released. Early because of newly past criminal Justice reform house speaker Nancy Pelosi is invited a pair of transgendered service members and the father of a student killed in the parkland Florida school shooting on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News, San we'll have the state of the union right here on KTAR h tonight starting at seven listen on air online at KTAR H dot com or on the free iheartradio app. Back here in Texas governor, Greg Abbott used his state of the state address today to again highlight wides important to give teachers a raise and offer incentives to teachers who perform well other than parents. No, one plays a more vital role to our students education than our teachers, so Texas must recruit and retain the best and brightest teachers to educate our students teacher pay is one its emergency declarations being the legislature can vote on it before March eighth other emergency items include juvenile mental health property, tax reform and disaster response. KTAR h news time five oh one five zero three excuse me time to check your money. Yours KTAR h man.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Lisa Brady, Fox News. The White House says that's the title of the president's state of the union address, he'll liberate to a joint session of congress and the nation four hours from now speech delayed a week because of the government shutdown the longest government shutdown ever. And tonight a week later. We will hear the president dress many of his top policy priorities in this new year like immigration and trade along with lowering the cost of prescription drugs. We should also hear the president talk a lot about the economy as the White House feels that they have a very good story to tell their business networks. Blake Berman at the White House. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, not optimistic and President Trump tonight makes bold popular promises. I'm not buying it. And the American people won't either Schumer also saying he doesn't buy an expected appeal for unity. Both sides will make a statement with some of their guests. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill invited Gus spur of the union are often intended to put faces on accomplishments and priorities sitting in the first lady's box tonight. We'll be the daughter granddaughter and great granddaughter of a couple murdered by an undocumented immigrant earlier this year. And a former inmate who spent decades in prison for drug related offenses and released early because of newly past criminal Justice reform house speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited a pair of transgendered servicemembers in the father of a student killed in the parkland Florida school shooting Lisa Jared. You can hear live coverage of the state of the union tonight on many of these FOX stations. The former Uber driver who killed six people in between rides in two thousand sixteen gets life in prison without parole. Jason Dalton sentenced today in Michigan a month after pleading guilty just as jury. Selection was about to begin some victims families say while they still do not know why it happened. They feel they do have Justice. This.

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Choosing greatness. I'm Lisa Brady, Fox News. The White House says that's the title of the president's state of the union address. He'll liberate to a joint session of congress and the nation four hours from now speech delayed a week because of the government shutdown the longest government shutdown ever. And tonight a week later. We will hear the president dress many of his top policy priorities in this new year like immigration and trade along with lowering the cost of prescription drugs. We should also hear the president talk a lot about the economy as the White House feels that they have a very good story to tell their business networks. Blake Berman at the White House. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, not optimistic and President Trump tonight. Makes bold popular promises. I'm not buying it. And the American people won't either. Morales is saying he doesn't buy an expected appeal for unity. Both sides will make a statement with some of their guests. Fox's Jared Halpern. Live on Capitol Hill invited guests for a state of the union are often intended to put faces on accomplishments and priorities sitting in the first lady's box tonight. We'll be the daughter granddaughter and great granddaughter of a couple murdered by an undocumented immigrant earlier this year in a former inmate who spent decades in prison for drug related offenses in released early because of newly past criminal Justice reform house speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited a pair of transgendered servicemembers in the father of a student killed in the parkland Florida school shooting Lisa Jared. You can hear live coverage of the state of the union tonight on many of these FOX stations. The former Uber driver who killed six people in between rides in two thousand sixteen gets life in prison without parole. Jason Dalton sentenced today in Michigan a month after pleading guilty just as jury selection. Was about to begin some victims families say while they still do not know why it happened. They feel they do have Justice..

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Fake. Got it. Good. Choosing greatness. I'm Lisa Brady, Fox News. The White House says that's the title of the president's state of the union address. He'll liberate to a joint session of congress and the nation four hours from now speech delayed a week because of the government shutdown the longest government shutdown ever. And tonight a week later. We will hear the president dress many of his top policy priorities in this new year like immigration and trade along with lowering the cost of prescription drugs. We should also hear the president talk a lot about the economy as the White House feels that they have a very good story to tell their business networks. Blake Berman at the White House. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, not optimistic and President Trump tonight makes bold popular promises. I'm not buying it. And the American people won't either Schumer also saying he doesn't buy an expected appeal for unity. Both sides will make a statement with some of their guests. Fox's Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill invited gusts for a state of the union are often intended to put faces unaccomplished mission priority sitting in the first lady's box tonight, we'll be the daughter granddaughter and great granddaughter of a couple murdered by an undocumented immigrant earlier this year. And a former inmate who spent decades in prison for drug related offenses in released early because of newly past criminal Justice reform house speaker Nancy Pelosi his invited a pair of transgendered servicemembers in the father of a student killed in the parkland Florida school shooting Lisa Jared. You can hear live coverage of the state of the union tonight on many of these FOX stations. The former Uber driver who killed six people in between rides in two thousand sixteen gets life in prison without parole. Jason Dalton sentenced today in Michigan a month after pleading guilty just as jury. Selection was about to begin some victims families say while they still do not know why it happened. They feel they do have Justice..

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And firefighters rushing to rescue eighty six puppies in a pet shop near a warehouse. Fire people breaking down the shop door to get to those pops while firefighters tackled the blaze, you guys stand berry mayor marked out and getting the seen on video folks out here all came out to help the puppies to save the dogs. And it's just you know, it's a great story. Local media report, the pups are fine. Take pause till NATO. Fox News talk suspended Broward County, Florida sheriff Scott Israel plans to challenge. Governor Rhonda Santa's executive order suspending him over the way his department handled the parkland Florida school shooting. Tented vigorously fight this on justified suspension for in court. And before the Florida Senate governor desanta says sheriff Israel demonstrated a poor Patterson a pattern of leadership is appointed a former police sergeants who's also an expert in mass shootings as Israel's replacement was a police shooting at a middle school in Eugene, Oregon on Friday, a call a custody dispute when officers arrived they were escorting a man outside the school. They say he showed a gun and there was a scuffle between him and officers during all of that the suspect was shot by police. This would ever happen. Brian Wilkinson was in science class when this shooting happened. Immediately after school was placed in lockout until things were say reporter, Jon Hendricks of FOX twelve in Oregon, the band's names not been released yet Thursday nights murder of a rookie police officer in Davis, California was an ambush according to the city's police chief says the man who killed officer Natale Natalie corona later took his own life with the motive is still unclear officials in one Texas county are testing out a new program to slow down traffic in school zones. Law enforcement officials in Williamson county Texas really want drivers to slow down in school zones. So they got creative recently putting up a cardboard cutout of a uniform deputy pointing a radar gun into traffic. Well, there he is deputy wolf it is school zone working. And you'll never know that there's an officer with him if it's an officer. Or if it's cardboard cutout, so we got a few things working for us. You can tell it's not real when you get close up but from a distance, let's not so obvious. Some in the Austin area has started calling. Deputy wolf the decoy deputy..

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Parkland Florida School, Rhonda Santa And Broward County discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:12 sec | 3 years ago

Parkland Florida School, Rhonda Santa And Broward County discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

"This week. New Florida governor Rhonda Santa's has suspended Broward County sheriff Scott Israel who faced criticism over his department's response to the deadly parkland Florida school shooting

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"parkland florida school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"parkland florida school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Interesting because he went to high school where kids shots. Listen, you comic Louis C K made those comments in a stand up set earlier this month about the survivors of the parkland Florida school shooting earlier this year. Away. They're not going over well with some including parkland, survivor, allay Eastman. She tweeted to C k in part sent you like making fun of me and other parkland survivors behind closed doors. I'm right here. If you wanna talk Fred Gutenberg whose daughter was killed in the shooting. Call the joke's pathetic CK's only recently returned to this day age after a one-year absence following revelations of past sexual misconduct. Yeah. Which you're wrong. There were awful. Announce the jokes. I mean, we sit here and debate the jobs all day. The fact is is comedy is one of those things where we. We'd like people to push apples. We do. Right. We like people that push up. Well, we don't like that. Why? Because the kids. Yeah. Just because he is a jerk and horrible person when it comes to the way he treated women. Right. Doesn't mean that what he's saying in some way, shape or form is shadow you taking the solitaire decide I'm talking about the joke itself. I don't know if it went over. Well, what he was talking about the kids somehow magically that what they had to say is the most important thing. Hey, David Hogg. You're you know, you survive this. What do you think about climate change? Shah question, right. And here's the thing. He's at the point where he knows. I may not get back into the world that I once was right and Kevin Spacey. Who did this weird video the other day this weird like bazaar like I'm back here? I come and he is. You get to the point where you think. Well, I got nothing to lose. Right. And I talked to a couple of comic buddies. She would like. At that point, you're free to just kind of play with house money. Have I've got an audience. I didn't hear people not laughing at the joke. Right. I didn't hear ooh. You hear that? Because he figures. Screw right. Nobody wants to have anything to do with me in where I once. So what I'll do is I'll build an underground following. I'll make my living here. I've got a ton of money. Maybe someday people will like me again. Maybe they won't. And I'd read a bunch of articles just tearing apart. Those are the same people that are tearing apart who were also. Cheering him on for years. Before the whole thing came out for the stuff that he did before which I don't want to rehash. Right. I don't want to rehash. And I think he's at the point. Now, if he's like well, nobody's ever going to forgive me. So I'm just going to go out. And just say what I want to say this is the world I live in. I'm going to say what I want to say. And there you go. Comics do it right. Jessica does it. Does it Chris rock does they pushed the boundaries? And this the hatred. That's coming from this and the horrible nece. Well, yeah, you know, what we can debate. Whether or not it's you're making fun of of what took place. I don't think he's making fun of that at all. Like what he's saying is because you're in an incident like that as horrific as it is. Doesn't mean that somehow you came through the other side all of a sudden you like oh my God. I've got more wisdom than anybody else. Right. I mean the analogy this weekend. It's like if your great grandmother. Couldn't figure out you know. How go from horse and carriage to to riding around cars, and there was on the Titanic and she survived that doesn't mean that you should go to her and she should speak in front of congress. No. You survive something? It was horrific. It was horrible lesson should be learned from it. But but you look at this situation with what we did. And it's fun with these kids, they became extremely politically active. And I've told you this on numerous occasions, British Seville and people may hate me for this. And I'll say it. Many of them have enjoyed the fame ride that they've they've been on. Absolutely one hundred ten percent. Don't tell as horrible as that. Is they've enjoyed the notoriety. You can't tell me that some of them have enjoyed the notoriety. You can't tell me that. And I looked the egos. They're for some of these kids. Because they've had an opportunity where a horrific thing happened. And it's been almost a year. And all of a sudden now, they're famous. They're famous. If tomorrow you woke up, and you were famous for whatever reason. You might enjoy it. Not everybody would not everybody would seek out but some have three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You could tweet at us. Speaking of insanity. So this guy in Ferguson, he just wanted. Just wanted to get some force wife. Vape vaping stuff, we are exhale vapor.

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Florida, Senator Marco Rubio and Florence discussed on Barsky Radio

Barsky Radio

02:08 min | 4 years ago

Florida, Senator Marco Rubio and Florence discussed on Barsky Radio

"L, Florida, Senator Marco Rubio. Faced off with right wing conspiracy. Theorist Alex Jones outside of Capitol Hill social media hearing today, a heckler at a press gaggle. He's saying that I don't exist. Upside the founder and host of info wars began. Heckling Rubio during a press conference calling him a little frat boy Rubio tried to laugh off the interruption, but things escalated when Jones patted him on the back. I'm asking you not to touch. I know, but I don't want to be who you are. Take care

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Multiple dead in mass shooting in Florida

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Multiple dead in mass shooting in Florida

"Joined by, one of the survivors of the parkland Florida school shooting. Are finishing their fifty mile four, day March to a gun, manufacturer, headquarters in Springfield that's the Smith and Wesson headquarters and praises pouring in from both global leaders. And local politicians on the life and, legacy, of Senator John McCain who, died yesterday from an, aggressive form of brain cancer back now to our top story the latest out of Jacksonville Florida. Where a mass shooting

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US, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Steve Cochran

Steve Cochran

00:14 sec | 4 years ago

US, Paul Manafort and Chicago discussed on Steve Cochran

"A group of parents. Whose, children. Were killed. In the parkland Florida school shooting a calling for the removal of the entire school district board on Thursday the parents said. The district. Has failed to get better security measures in place ahead, of the new school year they start. Classes on,

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Trump drums up support in Ohio

Dave Ramsey

02:26 min | 4 years ago

Trump drums up support in Ohio

"From ABC news John. Chuck's Iverson Portland Oregon police, are, still breaking, up protesters and counter protesters when things became rowdy cops deployed these flash bangs Stun grenades non-deadly using a blinding flash of light. And loud noise Koch, breaking up the rallies saying some protesters threw rocks bottles and other things ABC's. Marcus more on the scene All of this started with the far. Right group patriot, prayer holding another summertime rally in support of its pro-trump candidate for Senate and drawing scores of supporters I'm here to meet other people that have, the same attitudes I have Trump but. Also protesters among the members of, Antigua donning helmets and masks, rally outside National Rifle Association headquarters in Fairfax Virginia by hundreds of gun control protesters joined by survivors of the parkland, Florida's school shooting including Fred. Gutenberg who's fourteen year old daughter Jamie was killed the idea you can walk around and threaten us. At what our lives at risk is. Simply unconscionable and we will fix this we will fire, the legislators that. Allow it to happen at least kept protesters and counter, protesters apart. The NRA, is advocated arming and training more teachers President Trump's at a rally in Lewis center Ohio outside, Columbus after President Trump tweeted about, a favorite Ohio NBA star LeBron James he said It was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television, Don lemon he made LeBron Looksmart which. Isn't easy to do ABC's Tara, Palmeri at that Ohio rallies, lemon firing back. Criticizing the administration's immigration policy in the process tweeting who's the real dummy a man who puts kids, in classrooms or one you. Put kids in cages he added be best a reference to the first lady's anti-bullying campaign spokesperson for. First lady Melania Trump emailed a statement. Praising LeBron James's work to help children and says the, first lady would. Be open to visiting James's new school in Ohio you're, listening to, ABC news There's still a place Still a place where performances extra effort. By performance enhancing drugs there's still the place where contracts between coaches and. Players terms are non-negotiable there's still a place where ages something you gain by working. Harder than your opponent There's still a place for sport pure that place The high school in your community At..

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Protesters rally at NRA headquarters in Virginia

On The House With The Carey Brothers

01:28 min | 4 years ago

Protesters rally at NRA headquarters in Virginia

"Patriot prayer holding another summertime rally in support of its pro-trump. Candidate for Senate and drawing, scores of supporters I'm here to meet other people that have the same attitudes I have that light Trump but also protesters among the members of, Antigua donning helmets and mass rally outside. National Rifle Association, headquarters in Fairfax, Virginia by hundreds of gun, control protesters joined by survivors of the parkland Florida's school shooting including Fred, Gutenberg who's fourteen year old daughter Jamie was killed You can walk around and threaten us at what our, lives it is simply unconscionable and we will fix this we will fire the legislators. That allow it to happen at least kept protesters. And counter protesters apart the. NRA is advocated arming and training. More teachers President Trump's at. A rally in Lewis center Ohio outside Columbus after President Trump tweeted about a favorite Ohio NBA star LeBron James, he said was just interviewed by the dumbest man on television Don lemon. He made LeBron Looksmart which is an easy to. Do ABC's Tara Palmeri at, that Ohio rally lemon firing back criticizing the administration's immigration policy in the process. Tweeting who's the real dummy a man who puts kids in. Classrooms or one you put, kids in cages he added be best a reference the first lady's anti bullying campaign spokesperson for first lady Melania Trump emailed a statement praising LeBron, James has worked to help children and. Says the first, lady would be, open to visiting James new, school in Ohio.

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President Trump, President and Michelle Wright discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

Atlanta's Morning News

02:56 min | 4 years ago

President Trump, President and Michelle Wright discussed on Atlanta's Morning News

"Six thirty six I'm WSB, meteorologist Kirk Mellish case of the Mondays out of. The northern suburbs travel advisory county itchy lane still blocked with a crash southbound before exit twenty, nine Jimmy Carter boulevard friendship time out of Cobb County comes next Mark McKay. WSB must be news time is six, thirty two this is morning. News and here's MARCY Williams Judd Hickinbotham that's back to school time around the metro area WSB's Michelle Wright joins us. Live with a look at how schools. Around the state or doing teaching. Your kids yet stints around the state, retaining more when it comes, to what they're being taught according. To milestone testing scores kids statewide at or above. Grade level, in twenty, two of twenty six topics that's up from eighteen of twenty six last, year seat school superintendent Richard woods. Telling me they'll be working on those remaining four, topics this year The. Decreases that we saw what were, in the fourth grade and sixth. Grade English language arts, in ninth grade composition which says that the state will be offering more support to districts this year as they strive to get students around the state proficient in. All topics reporting live Michelle Wright WSB a gun control rally draws. Hundreds of people, to the Georgia state campus among the speakers at Sunday's event, Martin Luther King, the third and survivor of the parkland Florida school shooting urged young, voters to elect, lawmakers who will make a gun control legislation. A priority the mention of democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams got. Plenty of applause a similar Vince scheduled for. Tonight in Roswell Georgia congressman John Lewis has released from the. Hospital after, falling ill Saturday on a flight from Detroit a spokeswoman for the civil rights icon says doctors gave him a clean Bill of, health seventy eight year old got dizzy and sweaty during. The flight and was held, overnight for observation Lewis stayed busy despite his age. Even marching with gun control advocates last month in Atlanta Republicans seem squeamish about the president's threat, to shut down the government at the end of September without funding for border Security Ohio, congressman Steve stivers tells ABC's this week he thinks the US Ken have stronger borders without a shutdown the president I think wants us to have policies that work, for America, and I think that's what we're going to move forward with Mr. Trump wants money for a. Border wall with, Mexico but Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell insists a shutdown so close to the midterms won't happen lawmakers voiced concerns about President Trump's trade practices even, though the, economy posted strong growth last quarter. There are worries it won't continue because the President Trump's tariffs and trade fight reporter. Tim Maguire says Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson thinks the president needs to conclude trade deals with Europe. Mexico and Canada and then go to China, insists it stop stealing US trade secrets is President Mike Pence campaigns, today for a congressional candidate in Ohio as he gets back on the. Trail free two point oh back, on the road today for a. Special US house election, in Ohio I couldn't be more vice President Mike Pence has been logging lot of miles for Republicans running for congress This year Promises. Made promises President Trump will also have more campaign stops..

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Urgent care centers often prescribe unnecessary antibiotics

Rich Stevens

01:54 min | 4 years ago

Urgent care centers often prescribe unnecessary antibiotics

"NNcholas crews could be heading to trial September two thousand nineteen the accused parkland Florida school shooter faces a possible death sentence for the killings of seventeen people at Marjory stoneman Douglas high. School in February Broward County judge also heard arguments on whether statements crews made two, detectives following as a rest should. Be made public a new DNA research technique has led to the arrest in a twenty year old cold case murder, in Fort Wayne Indiana in the Tinsley. Case that process resulted in us being able to narrow it down to two brothers it. Really had to be one or the. Other because they were carrying the right mix? Of DNA from ancestors the DNA database was, able to, trace a family tree, backward and. Then forward to, identify, the, suspect, President, Trump, is, meeting with. Lawmakers, in Washington today to discuss making. GOP tax cuts permanent also reportedly talk about ways to get the economy to grow Three to four percent a year it's Trump's only event scheduled for today after returning. From his trip to Europe and the controversial summit with Russian, President Vladimir Putin and that fallout continues President Trump says there is no way Russia got incriminating evidence against him during his. Twenty. Thirteen visit to Moscow was there for a long time ago He said there were many many business people they're all fairness successful this is one of a lot of people and one thing, you know if they had it would've been out that's what he told Fox News host, Sean Hannity after yesterday's joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin newly released CDC report shows. That urgent care clinics are over prescribing antibiotics according to the CDC nearly half. Of all patients going to urgent care for the treatment of the, flu a cold or other conditions that don't require antibiotics, are given, a, prescription for one anyway that is the CDC shows three times as often as antibiotics are prescribed at a..

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Abc, Tom Ellis and North Carolina discussed on ABC News Perspective

ABC News Perspective

02:10 min | 4 years ago

Abc, Tom Ellis and North Carolina discussed on ABC News Perspective

"Await forty w h a s louisville an iheartradio station from abc news i'm richard cantu assign the president trump and his allies are taking a more aggressive stance against the russia probe the president took to twitter demanding the justice department investigate whether it infiltrated his campaign the justice department tonight beat the president to the punch saying it will investigate the issue folding it into an ongoing investigation by the department's inspector general and deputy attorney general rod rosenstein the man who appointed the special counsel vows to take appropriate action if anyone did infiltrator surveilled the presidential campaign for inappropriate purposes abc's david wright sources tell abc news that the teen gunman in friday's massacre at the high school and santa fe texas studied other mass killings of schools even wore black trenchcoat like the gunman in the columbine high school killings almost twenty years ago talking to reporters outside the high school texas lieutenant governor dan patrick blamed video games and other factors not guns for deadly gun violence in schools they throw out of school we have fifty million abortions we have families that are broken apart to hear him continue to make the argument after ten people died in his state that guns are not the issue is simply a crock fred grettenberger daughter was killed in the parkland florida school massacre he was on abc's this week broadcast in bessemer city north carolina man plowed his car through a restaurant killing two and injuring many police chief tom ellis replaced the driver of the vehicle under arrest took him into custody immediately identified as roger self father of one of the victims caitlyn self a guest in county deputy sheriff investigators say it was a deliberate attack wake county north carolina authorities are reporting that at least one person has been killed in a crash involving a church van and another vehicle that ended up underwater you're listening to abc news invoice list price dealer price toby knapp here if your car shopping.

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Democratic Party files suit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign conspired to disrupt the 2016 election

All Things Considered

02:22 min | 4 years ago

Democratic Party files suit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign conspired to disrupt the 2016 election

"Leaks the dnc alleges they conspired to interfere on the presidential election but npr's jessica taylor reports the suit faces obstacles in the lawsuit the dnc claims that quote the conspiracy constituted an actor previously unimaginable treachery the quote continues the campaign of the presidential nominee of a major party and league with a hostile foreign power to bolster its own chance to win the presidency and dnc chairman tom perez said that in seeking to influence the us elections russia found a quote willing and active partner in trump's campaign justice department special counsel robert muller's already investigating russian interference in possible collusion by the trump campaign plus it's very difficult to sue a foreign government trump's reelection campaign responded by calling the lawsuit sham and said that the dnc was desperate and filing it jessica taylor npr news washington tens of thousands of students across the country walked out of schools today to push for stronger gun control laws the rallies coincide with the anniversary of the shooting at columbine high school in colorado nineteen years ago today npr's david schaper reports from a walkout in chicago this small group of northside college prep students met up with about sixty others from nearby von steuben highschool ride trains together to the rally downtown this protest was much smaller than one last month in the wake of the parkland florida school shooting but stupid sophomore ethan gary says the teen still have an important message for elected officials just because we can't vote doesn't mean our voices don't matter because we're going to be the next generation to vote and we're gonna vote you guys out of office if you don't do anything about it a new pew research poll shows fifty seven percent of students nationwide worry a mass shooting could happen at their school but students at some chicago neighborhoods say they fear getting shot on the way to or from school even more david schaper npr news chicago hundreds of mourners filed through houston saint martin's episcopal church today to pay their respects and walk past the casket of former first lady barbara bush kitty guggenheim was there she says she admired the former first lady's dedication two family with everything that she accomplished in her life that was still the biggest thing for her so she never lost that down home family feel former president george h w bush sat at.

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NYC no email after-hours law would promote work life balance

The Moth Radio Hour

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

NYC no email after-hours law would promote work life balance

"Afghan defence officials say they've killed a senior militant commander in an ear strike carry hekmat the head of one of these groups afghan units was killed on friday he was targeted by drawn in the northern province of jews john kerry heck marta defected from the taliban to islamic state world news from the bbc and this is wnyc in new york i'm sean carlson a survivor of the parkland florida school shooting joined the reverend al sharpton today to announce a june rally in front of president trump's manhattan apartment to protest gun violence eased by access to salt weapons away eastman a junior at stoneman douglas high school was at sharpens national action network in harlem for the ministers weekly meetings seventeen year old eastman wasn't class on february fourteenth when a gunman fired through a window sparing her but eventually killing seventeen people the june second rally at the beginning of new york state's gun violence awareness month is to start at trump international tower on columbus circle and proceed toward fifth avenue and trump tower technology that wants promised freedom from the office has instead become a ball and chain in its own right it's blurred the lines between work hours and well any other hour so if you're up this saturday responding to emails from your boss or other coworkers you'll be happy to know a new york city council member wants to put a stop to that raphael espinel has proposed legislation that would bar employers from requiring employees to check and respond to non emergency emails texts and other electronic communication sent outside of regular work hours or retaliating against them if they didn't the recently introduced legislation is only in the beginning stages with initial committee hearings expected sometime in june critics wonder how a lot like that could work especially in a place like new york city which is always buzzing.

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Man disguised as construction worker seen prowling West Seattle neighborhood

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:18 min | 4 years ago

Man disguised as construction worker seen prowling West Seattle neighborhood

"Enthusiasts since nineteen thirty seven the range was nestled into the mountainside long before any school was built meanwhile two years ago the gun range says they improve the sound of bateman technology reducing the noise by fifty percents they shoot in one direction the schools are in the exact opposite direction but just after nationwide walkouts response to the parkland florida school shooting parents are worried about what would happen if an active shooter situation happened here nobody would know if it was the gun range or somebody coming into the school students i spoke with say the range noise would not affect their response to a gunman on campus that's komo's patrick quinn reporting a west seattle neighborhood is on romancing prowling around a home in broad daylight komo's tammy matassa has one family's warning jacek family knows there's a lot of construction in west seattle right now but no nancy non their surveillance camera dressed in a construction best wasn't at their house to do any work i haven't seen that move before i wouldn't be surprised if that's the play seen on camera prowling around the families yard and garage trying to open doors and windows but he's trying to open this up it's obviously locked and then he comes walking around here moments later mrs archana says she comes home interrupting his prow she sees him quickly run away as she pulls into the garage the family says they've tightened security by strategically placing cameras around their property and investing in an alarm system if anybody's heads like packages taken from their yard if you've had stuff stolen off your front porch it's very frustrating the you kind of feel violated little bit near the alaska junction police say they're seeing an increase in street robberies and thefts komo news time is nine eleven and the sports desk we go as the fourth seeded gonzaga bulldogs fortunate to escape with the first round win in the ncaa tournament yesterday in boise holding off number thirteen north carolina greensboro sixty eight sixty four guard satis nelson on the win every game he might be ugly might have changed turnovers may go for him but it means about winning losing marching today the best but the zags now face ohio state in the second round that's a four forty five tip off tomorrow from boise as the zags will try to continue toward another possible final four.

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Mueller subpoenas Trump Organization - live updates

BuzzFeed News: Reporting To You

03:06 min | 4 years ago

Mueller subpoenas Trump Organization - live updates

"Hey, I'm Alex Laughlin and here three stories you need to know about today. Special counsel, Robert Muller has subpoenaed the Trump organization for documents. Some relating to Russia, though President Trump has retained ownership of his businesses. While in the White House, his sons, John junior, and Eric run day to day operations for the company Trump has previously said that he'd consider any temps to look into his family's finances as going beyond the scope of the Russian best Gatien. This subpoena is the first time Muller's investigation has asked for documents specifically dealing with the Trump organizations businesses, the special counsel's investigation into Russian meddling with the two thousand sixteen election appears to be widening. So we'll see how this continues to shake out a company called backpack armor is claiming to sell bulletproof backpack inserts that are certified by the National Institute of Justice or an idea. The problem is certified bulletproof backpack inserts, literally do. Do not exist. The company was started by a man named Robert Shurmur horn, just nineties. After the parkland school shooting, he told BuzzFeed news quote, we figured it was a good idea for people who wanted extra security for their children because it can save lives. Shurmur hind claims. He sold about three thousand inserts in his first two days of operation. And that at times the company was spending fifteen thousand dollars a day on Facebook ads. Backpack armor is one of many companies that started selling civilian body, armor in the aftermath of the latest string of school shootings in the United States. Many of these companies claim certification through the NFL Jay, which is the Justice department agency that oversees body armor used by law enforcement. But in a statement and I J said, quote, marketing that claims NIJ testing or certification for such products is false. Still backpack armor insists that its backpack inserts have been tested and are in compliance with the agent. See standards even if they aren't certified y'all. It is a sad day. Toys R us is officially closing all of its eight hundred US stores and filing for bankruptcy. The closing could affect as many as thirty three thousand jobs according to the Washington Post. This marks a significant turning point for the toy industry. Both toy manufacturers and consumers will need to turn to other retailers like Amazon to both buy and sell toys toys R us did not immediately respond to a request for comment from BuzzFeed news, farewell childhood and really quickly. We have a correction. The nineteenth anniversary of the Columbine shooting is April. Twentieth two thousand eighteen and Wednesdays lockouts were time to the one month anniversary of the parkland. Florida school shooting are briefing yesterday misstated those facts for more on the latest stories, download the BuzzFeed news app, and you can listen to this briefing reporting to you as a podcast or on your smart speakers. Just look for BuzzFeed news.

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