18 Burst results for "Patrick Madden"
"patrick madden" Discussed on Latino USA
"April 3rd, about two weeks after it began, the city's official search concluded. They hadn't found religion. No one knew if she was dead or alive. But people close to Alicia are still looking. There are even some Facebook groups still dedicated to finding her. I feel like the first year I didn't have a job. I would drink a lot of alcohol, I would smoke a lot of cigarettes. Never sleep less. I would eat less. For a whole year. So it was hard for the first year. It was hard. Even my kids being in false care. It was really hard. Eating, sleeping. Just trying to get up in the morning, opening my eyes. I just wanted to lay there all day. Then when I was up, I went by myself at the liquor store band digger. Bad cigarettes. You know, smoking marijuana, you know, trying to hide the pain. I'm just now coming to grips that I couldn't control a lot of things that I could. But I'm still I haven't really processed the fact that it's missing. When the search ended, the city started investigating itself. What exactly went wrong here? Who was at fault for religious disappearance? Was it her parents? Her school, the shelter system, where did the breakdown happen? It took the city 6 months to write the report. It's 12 pages long. Here's a little bit from the preface. The safety and well-being of any child is ultimately the responsibility of his or her parents or legal guardians and family. It goes on to say, even if all the policy and practice recommendations in this report had been in place and fully implemented, the review team did not find evidence that these tragic events were preventable. I wanted to understand how the city arrived at this conclusion. So I talked to Patrick Madden. Yeah, I don't, and now he's regional news director at WW NO and New Orleans. But back in 2014, he was a reporter here at WA and mu. And he covered religious disappearance. I mean, how can you have a young girl abducted at a shelter that's run by the city and apparently she's taken by an employee of the city who works at this shelter is missing for weeks before people at the school get in contact with family services. How does that happen before anyone notices? And if you do read it and you read between the lines, it basically says, almost like the families at fault here. The family dropped the ball. The family wasn't doing this or that. It has nothing to do with the conditions that were let to fester at D.C. general. Why the city was putting these families into this place where they would be vulnerable, why wasn't why was this Tatum guy allowed to work there given his prior felony convictions to work with the families there? I mean, it didn't address any of that. So does that seem like kind of what's I think it's a CYA, a cover your ass. I think everyone realize they effed up. From the school, when they had their student not there for a number of weeks to the CFS, the child family services agency to the mayor. I mean, everyone, everyone and no one wanted to take responsibility for this. Right. So I think that's what this is. Before we keep going, these are serious claims against the city. Vincent gray was the mayor at the time, and he ordered the report. He's now a member of D.C. council. We've reached out to his office multiple times for a response, and they said they'll get back to us. The offer still stands. Admittedly, religious disappearance was complex. The city was in a delicate position, ensuring the safety of people within its care without over policing their lives. We'll continue to unpack the nuances of what this means throughout this season. And we'll keep giving officials opportunities to speak with us. Is it okay to keep shoes on? Sure. Why not? Somebody, you keep your shoes on, then look at my carpet and your socks. I know some it's been almost 7 years since militia went missing. In the last year, I've been visiting with family members to get their side of the story. And just to check in, religious grandmother Melissa is a gatekeeper for the young family. Their matriarch. I've had to go through her to get to other members of the family. In her apartment, there are always kids playing food cooking, a TV on when I visited. She took me to her bedroom. Right now, which you all are looking at is my dresser. That I decorated with my granddaughter militias Rudd, picture that I don't have now for 5 years from the first event when she went missing. All her little teddy bears, like this one right here, the elephant is saying that I love you. That's her first teddy bear when she was like two. Her father gave it to her on Valentine's. I've gone to her home several times and each time she's added something new to the tribute. Some of the items are religious things. Her first baby hat, a photo or a toy. Other times, they represent milestones militia has missed. A photo from a cousin's graduation, or an uncle's funeral program. This is my dedication in my tribute to help deal with the situation. Melissa still buys for Alicia Christmas and birthday gifts every year. Just in case she comes home. They don't want.
"patrick madden" Discussed on The Light Inside
"Because there's an underlying but we don't allow it to get out. We don't have time free to get out on visas. How much starts his journey beyond the pale. He's announced looking in. Seems to have it all but it's pretty clear is something going on beneath is but it just doesn't give it any time. He's just constantly pushing it now. Just stifling voice. They won't give it one. I think we do often times in our lives that would speech people. They were telling me stories about big failures big mistakes and that's exactly what they were doing. There was a voice. There was something inside Trying to get their attention. I don't wanna listen for business. Have been those reasons may basil. Just push it down. Push it down without voice would find way of getting attention through self sabotage When constantly switched on. Because how can you possibly take the time and give yourself time to understand what's going on inside you if you grind mcgee's That unity if you can from the moment you wake up until midnight if you refused to take vacations if your time off if you refuse to sit down knowledge of faults in your feelings as those weeks months those years tumble on by. It's going to lead to some pretty for an uninspired. If nate finds his way of coming out and self sabotage with some been which was a comment patrick madden get appetite. Yes when i was doing all the research success mistake. I didn't get it even when i was right in Mistake i didn't get it but in Between the success mistaken beyond the pale and virginia have taken since while right in Pale now i get it. So often were caught in that act of expectation and judge. We're looking at everything. We're doing process realis- two filters whether it is our own expectation in judgment of our or weather. Is that outside voice that says this is simply being entrepreneurial. This is simply reaching for.
"patrick madden" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Designed to slow the spread of the Corona virus weren't followed. Ryan MAN NPR news Cleanup is underway in Louisiana, which is dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Delta. The state is still seeing heavy rains and gusty winds as what is left of the storm moves inland. Officials say aircraft are conducting search and rescue sweeps as Patrick Madden of member station W. W N O reports, hundreds of thousands are without power in Louisiana. Delta came ashore near Creole, Louisiana as a Category two storm. In fact, it struck less than 20 miles from where another major storm Hurricane Laura, made landfall just six weeks ago. That area of southwest Louisiana was still recovering from Laura and has now been battered again. Forecasters say Delta brought 100 mile per hour winds when it hit and dumped up to a foot of rain in some areas. Delta has weakened over land as it moves northeast, but many areas near its path could see heavy flooding and dangerous tropical storm force winds. Cording to the National Hurricane Center. Delta is the record time forthe named Storm to make landfall in Louisiana this hurricane season for NPR News on Patrick Madden in New Orleans. Nearly 12,000 workers from at least 18 states will help restore power to customers. This is NPR. Live from KTVT News. I'm Kate Wolf. The Alameda County Public Defender's office is suing federal immigration agencies to release a Salvadoran man who has won his immigration case twice but remains detained. Two years ago, Walter Crew Zavala served time for several D U I charge is and having a concealed firearm. A judge ruled that he should not be deported to El Salvador because he could face violent retaliation there. But he's been held.
"patrick madden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"National Hurricane Center. Delta is the record time forthe named Storm to make landfall in Louisiana this hurricane season. For NPR News. I'm Patrick Madden in New Orleans. This's NPR. This is WN Y C Good afternoon on my on Levinson Mayor de Blasio says an arrest is expected soon in the attack on an Orthodox Jewish reporter who was covering protests and borrow Park, Brooklyn earlier this week. Jewish insider journalist Jacob Corn, Blue says he was hit in the head kicked and spit on and the mayor condemned the assault. Obviously, that just can't happen. You can not have someone assaulted for trying to actually report the news to everyone. The attack occurred as members of the ultra Orthodox Jewish community protested restrictions put in place by government officials. After the Koven 19 infection rate in the area surged. Two nights of mass protests grew violent and chaotic, but police made no arrests. The NYPD has since issued new guidance for First Amendment activities in hot spot zones. They are now considered non essential and could be broken up by officers. Residential evictions in New York can resume starting on Monday. Tenants affected by the pandemic are supposed to be protected by the CDC is eviction moratorium in New York State law and the governor's own moratorium. But you with gold liner of the legal aid society says the latest guidance from the state course system isn't so clear for judges and litigants. This. You have an attorney. Your attorney's going to figure it all out for you and help you do this, but for your average tenant. It's gonna be really hard for them. The memo from the Office of Court Administration acknowledges some terminology may require future judicial judicial interpretation. When asked why it's not more clear spokesperson cited all changes since March, adding, as we've seen the sands shift quickly and without warning. Mostly cloudy for tonight with the steady championship around 68 Sunday just a slight chance of showers in the afternoon cloudy otherwise with a high of 64. Support for NPR comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, the federal agency that supports the arts and creativity and communities across the nation. More information is available at arts dot gov. Everybody is Jonathan Colton with asked me another call my good friend. Vera Isenberg on the telephone. The computer telephone. Here we go. Jonathan Colton High here. Hey, look atyou, different backgrounds, Different room. Fresh room, right friend knew it is a brand new room. I've actually moved offices. I spent the week moving furniture and painting and and cursing. Ugo painted furniture. But let's just first just talk about the fact that you chose. I love an accent wall. It's a bold color. It is a I'm going to say for a screen. It is a dark color. I usually shy away from dark colors My go to is just paint everything white. Yes, it's safe. And you won't notice it. The good old eggshell. Yeah, but I wanted I wanted it. I was like I spend all my time here. Yeah, and also, you know, We're doing all the zoom calls. Suddenly it feels very important that it looks good to have the background just a pile of garbage. Now I feel like it has to look good when I'm on screen. Yeah, and it has to be a color that compliments your skin tone. How did I do in that regard? I think I think it brings out your eyes. Oh, my. It's good. You know, I was. I was thinking as I was driving around Brooklyn yesterday, and I was looking in people's windows as you do. You sort of have this ability to gaze into people's apartments a little bit with if they have nice windows and just see into their life. And I just ring lights, ring lights. I know And now it's now that I'm in this new said the new room that I'm in is now in the front of the building. So now I'm looking across the street and I can see in the neighbouring building. Everybody Is doing their work when one lady who's on the phone and pacing all day sitting at his desk with a ring light, so I was thinking they should give you a ring light. That is also the same. Like therapy lamps, you know for seasonal affective. Yeah, that's a that's A That's a million dollar idea. Therapeutic therapeutic ring light. Oh, listen to that. Do you hear my neighbor's motorcycle? I do it for your neighbor's motorcycle. That's the downside of this new office..
"patrick madden" Discussed on KPCC
"Helicopter to survey the damage. As the region still recovering from Hurricane Laura, now deals with another major storm for NPR news on Patrick Madden in New Orleans. Wall Street higher by the closing bell. The Dow gained 161 points. You're listening to NPR news and from KPCC news. I'm Nick Roman with the stories we're covering at 704. The Corona virus outbreak at the Avalon Toe Detention Center in San Bernardino County is now the largest among immigrant demon immigrant detention centers in the country. The story from KPC sees Ella you about 150 detainees are currently in isolation or being monitored after testing positive for Cove in 19, according to U S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. That's about 20% of everyone that's detained there and close to double the amount of cases than in mid September. Ice officials say that since September 14th at least 16 detainees at Adelanto have been hospitalized. 11 of them have been since released from the hospital. While the source of the outbreak hasn't yet been identified medical experts and ongoing litigation against I say the outbreak was most likely caused by a staff member who went into work with Cove in 19. A federal judges ordered ice to not accept any new detainees into the facility and to test all detainees on a weekly basis for covert 19. I'm Ellie you today's Corona virus Numbers in L. A county 1256 new cases not as high as Wednesday's count, which was the highest in six weeks, but still higher than what we've been seeing. L. A County public health also says it's still seeing workplace outbreaks. It says it's open 118 outbreak investigation's over the past two weeks Orange County 162 new Corona virus cases today. It's a plus that today's total is under 200. But the county says it needs to bring that number down to about 130 to help get it out of the red tear. On the state's Corona virus Watch list and down into the less restrictive orange tier 706. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Pew Charitable Trusts,.
"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW
"Fly from NPR news in Washington. I'm Windsor Johnston. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is thanking federal law enforcement for arresting six members of a militia group in an alleged plot to kidnap her. A Democrat, has been a frequent target of right wing groups, who have described her as a tyrant overhear Corona virus shut down orders at a news conference today. Wittmer also took aim at President Trump. Just last week, the president of the United States stood before the American people. And refused to condemn white supremacists and hate groups like these to Michigan militia groups. Stand back and stand by, he told them. The criminal complaint alleges the group had conspired to kidnap Wittmer from her vacation home before the November election Seperately. Seven others were charged in state court under Michigan's anti terrorism laws for allegedly targeting police and seeking a civil war. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Delta. Patrick Madden of member Station W. W. N O reports the storm is gaining strength as it makes its way toward the U. S. Gulf Coast For the sixth time this hurricane season. Louisiana is in the path of a major hurricane. Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall Friday, with forecasters predicting the storm could strike southwest Louisiana, the same area that was pummeled by Hurricane Laura in August. Life threatening storm surge and hurricane force winds are likely according to the National Hurricane Center and Flooding could be a key concern as well. Delta would be the 10th named Storm to hit the U. S in a single hurricane season. The first time that's ever happened..
"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW
"News. I'm Laxmi, saying Reuters news service reports. The Trump campaign is now proposing, delaying the second debate by a week from October. 15th. To the 22nd this coming hours after President Trump, who has covert 19 protest the organizer's idea to make the second debate in Miami virtual in light of the President's diagnosis in the growing number of people in his orbit who tested positive for Corona virus. NPR's Mara Liasson has more on what's likely driving Trump's resistance. To debate next week. There are a lot of reasons why the president wouldn't want a debate. If he was looking for an excuse. The commission gave him one. He doesn't know. Have hell IFIL test negative by next week, he doesn't know if he'll be feeling well enough to debate. Also, the next debate is a town hall format. That's a fraud. Format for him. He prefers full bore aggression against his opponent. And that might not work as well when ordinary voters are asking the questions NPR's Mara Liasson if the debate were to be held next week, as scheduled, the Biden campaign Said in a statement today that the Democratic nominee will be ready to take voters questions. But for millions of Americans today, the political wrangling is directly affecting their ability to survive day to day. Corona virus relieved talks her at a standstill over the price tag of the bill, the GOP pushing for roughly $1.6 trillion in relief that Democrats have been holding out for more than two trillion this week, Trump had called off negotiations. Accusing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other Democratic leaders of hijacking the process. Today. Pelosi again fired back lives are at stake. Health is in the balance. This is deadly serious. So let's take a serious not a skinny, not an emaciated but a serious appropriate approach to crushing the virus and then talk about Some of the other good things that would flow from that Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, under fire is well for stall negotiations blamed the approaching presidential and congressional elections for the lack of progress. Louisiana Governor John Bell. Edwards has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Delta from member station W. W. N. O Patrick Madden reports. For the sixth time this hurricane season. Louisiana is in the path of a major hurricane Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall Friday, with forecasters predicting the storm could strike southwest Louisiana, the same area that was pummeled by Hurricane Laura in August. Life threatening storm surge and hurricane force winds are likely according to the National Hurricane Center and Flooding could be a key concern as well. Delta would be the 10th named Storm to hit the U. S in a single hurricane season. The first time that's ever happened. For NPR News on Patrick Madden in New Orleans. This is NPR and support for NPR comes from total winem or were in store teams can recommend a bottle of wine, spirit or beer. For any occasion, shoppers can explore more than 1000 winds, 2500 beers and 3000 spirits. More.
Hurricane Delta: Louisiana declares state of emergency as it braces for storm
"Bell Edwards has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Delta. It stopped sustained winds or 100 MPH. From member station W. W. N O Patrick Madden has more For the sixth time this hurricane season. Louisiana is in the path of a major hurricane Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall Friday, with forecasters predicting the storm could strike southwest Louisiana, the same area that was pummeled by Hurricane Laura in August. Life threatening storm surge and hurricane force winds are likely according to the National Hurricane Center and Flooding could be a key concern as well. Delta would be the 10th named Storm to hit the U. S in a single hurricane season. The first time that's ever happened. For NPR
"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW
"For NPR News on Patrick Madden in New Orleans. On Wall Street, The Dow Jones industrial average is up 90 points at 28,395. The NASDAQ gives up 48 at 11,000 for 12. This is NPR. It's 804 I'm Cherry Glaser With KCIA W NEWS. Kamala Harris has become the first Californian to appear on a presidential or vice presidential debate stage since 1984 when Ronald Reagan stood for re election. When the discussion turned to criminal justice reform during the debate last night, Vice President Mike Pence attacked Harris is record in law enforcement. Pence said the California senators. Calls for racial justice and policing are an attempt to win over voters on the left and at odds with her record as a prosecutor when you were DEA in San Francisco when you left office African Americans were 19 times. Mohr, likely to be prosecuted for minor drug offenses than whites and Hispanics. When you were attorney general of California, has increased the purport the disproportionate incarceration of blacks in California. Harris has been criticized by some fellow Democrats and others for not prosecuting police officers involved in questionable shootings when she was attorney general and for pursuing harsh sentences for relatively minor crimes. Last night she defined in her progressive credentials, saying the work she did as California's A G should serve as a model for the country. I was the first Statewide officer to institute a requirement that my agents would wear body cameras and keep them on full time. We were the first to initiate a requirement that there would be a training for law enforcement on implicit bias, because, yes, Joe Biden and I Recognize that implicit bias does exist, Mr Vice President, contrary to what you may believe. Pence also chided Harris for joining other Senate Democrats to block a Republican police reform bill this year that would have made lynching a federal crime. Democrats said the bill was watered down. L. A County just reported its highest count of Daily Cove in 19 infections since mid August. The 1645 new positive cases and 30 additional deaths reported yesterday came on the same day that indoor shopping malls were allowed to reopen at a limited capacity. Food courts for being closed in malls are on ly operate allowed to operate a 25% of capacity case here. W's Angel Chorus has this report from the West Vill Culver City Mall. After seven months of sitting dark, the Westfield was surprisingly busy. For 25% capacity window. Shoppers browsed while outside a chic shoe store. Sneaker heads formed a long line. And not a moment too soon. This whole this whole 2028 covert thing has just been horrible when it's been A strain mentally for both of us, and it's definitely going to be now that we're open. WeII. Thank God and we're definitely appreciative, but it's definitely an uphill battle from here. That's Riccardo Velasquez, co owner of pro Image sports. It's a moment Pops sporting goods store. That tracked up a lot of debt, six figures worth while trying to stay afloat during the pandemic. We're glad that we're open. Now that the Lakers are gonna win the finals for sure. So we're excited about that the Dodgers on on the right track. As well. And so if both the Lakers and Dodgers when their respective championships and.
"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW
"Mind every second made a comment now would be irresponsible to follow the commission recommendation. He goes off and he's gonna have a rally out. I don't know what Trump said this morning. He want it hold fresh campaign rallies. The president released a video on Wednesday saying that getting sick from Cove it was a quote a blessing from God. He's being treated with experimental medications that only a very few people have access to. Vice President Mike Pence in California Senator Kamala Harris faced off Wednesday night in the first and only vice presidential debate as NPR's Barbara Sprint reports. It was a return to a more traditional debate style after the chaos of the first presidential debate. Harris appeared to have a core strategy. Whether asked about the economy or health care. She returned to critiquing the administration's response to the pandemic, which he called the quote greatest failure of any presidential administration in the history of our country. Meanwhile, Pence defended the president's record, pointing to the decision to restrict travel from China at the end of January and pledging that millions of doses of a future vaccine would be ready by the end of the year. Both candidates sidestepped questions they didn't want to answer, including what they would do if the president became incapacitated, something that could be top of mind given Biden's age and Trump's recent diagnosis with Cove in 19. Barbara Sprint. NPR NEWS Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards has declared a state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Delta. It stopped sustained winds or 100 MPH. From member station W. W. N O Patrick Madden has more For the sixth time this hurricane season. Louisiana is in the path of a major hurricane Hurricane Delta is expected to make landfall Friday, with forecasters predicting the storm could strike southwest Louisiana, the same area that was pummeled by Hurricane Laura in August. Life threatening storm surge and hurricane force winds are likely according to the National Hurricane Center and Flooding could be a key concern as well. Delta would be the 10th named Storm to hit the U. S in a single hurricane season. The first time that's ever happened..
"patrick madden" Discussed on WGN Radio
"One seven two hundred phone number Hey Denise this is John thanks for calling John what's excellent read it's called King John excuse my the whole pop scenario lap right with a wet noodle it is called my dear Hamilton if they hit the genre circle section and it's also the point of view hi Mrs Hamilton absolutely intriguing I presume Britain with some authenticity right Samantha yes definitely yeah and there's at the end there's a wonderful just and not even footnotes I very very much an explanation of how this happened and why she changed her career in the course of that then it's just the most interesting read I think you will enjoy it when he died he left her and the children penniless right at all yes and I did not realize the friendships that she had formed with some that were his alliance at one point but then totally shunned him it's just really it's a very different perspective but again it's a historical fiction genre but extremely interested and he said a new book my dear Hamilton yeah it's it's kind of a new report yes really enjoy enjoy it I will and I'd love to hear comment when you when you have finished thank you all and I'll ask my friend Thomas Jefferson about that and I promise you he's not going to like it he I'm sure he will he will not he was no absolutely not all right all right thank you so much and thank you for your show yeah I appreciate that that's how it works here three one two nine eight one seven two hundred give me another one to read by the way somebody else mentioned this about hidden valley road did you read the part where the father was a falconer and he was instrumental in the Air Force academy's mascot being the falcons while that's a coincidence well not exactly I mean that's why they said so he got the no it's a coincidence that he's the guy with all these kids and everything yeah right I mean either would be may be kind of interesting stories he was in the navy didn't work out well then he quipped that he was going to join private practice of law then he re enlisted in the airforce and rose up farther there he was briefing generals about major military operations and he was a falconer sometimes when you're doing interviews I go in your office and try to find books to read because I but I'm more interested in novels but you have two or three additions still of the books say and say nothing yeah and if you read that Griffin reddit and I'm about a third of the way through okay and that's about the troubles in Ireland what is the best book I've read this year well a lot of people say really was one of the best books written last year and it's some it's it's Justin I do this all the time Steve I pick up great books and put him down and it's it's a shame because I'd I'd love to finish them but I just am not disciplined enough to do it and I'm always like caught by the new shiny object in the new subject but say anything do you recall the author's name again now I look at that same nothing they'll say nothing for anything so different thing there is nothing yeah great and if it goes through all of it is if indeed you know Steven ray the actor I'm just such a couple BBC series with Steven ray was connected to one of the central characters here an IRA bomber would that they were married for awhile Patrick Patrick Madden keep reading keep Patrick Keefe huh if it was telling me about the remorse that some of them felt afterwards later in their lives you know and on the one hand we need to have this because but on the other hand are we a problem in the name of the because that sort of thing and it's still not I mean it's over but it's not over we were there a few years ago and it's still you know there still walls between neighborhoods there's wiring on windows in Belfast and it's still not over I mean it's Hey can I tell you fun thing about falconry yeah and how often do you hear that sentence so they did not have the the open up this new air force academy in Colorado and if they didn't have a a mascot if you will like what is that the navy has the ram or the army has the random okay has the Indians so anyway I'm trying to talk about falconry they they he that he was big in the falcons the way you're trying to falcon which can fly like a hundred fifty miles an hour diving down its spectacular thing to see the way trying to miss the two put a hood on their head and you sit them on your arm for forty eight straight hours and you tether them so that they become dependent upon you for food and you let them only fly a short distance in the tether gets longer and actually a wild falcons will then become your household pet will poop on your sofa you just clean it up and he lives with you like a pet wow it's the craziest thing so then he said to the generals over there he goes Hey guys I don't believe you started it Hey guys anyway he got them to change or to to have a mascot and it would become the falcons this guy with twelve kids half of whom are schizophrenic the point of the story in hidden valley road Pape service on line three one of our colleagues at WGN Serra I'm watching the clock you and I have sixty seconds go I in turn meant by premier automatic but can be one of my top ten books for twenty twenty you and I visited several Saturdays ago as you were one fourth of the way through the year you always try and read about a hundred or so books a year and was set up with that one that you had.
"patrick madden" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Com studio Bernie Sanders believes there is quote still a path close quote to defeat Joe Biden I know I know after the Kennedy center got twenty five million dollars in this so called stimulus package they laid off a bunch of people and now a bill would be introduced to get back to twenty five million a homeowners association threatened to foreclose on residents were conducting business at home during a lock down the required him to conduct business at home doctors and nurses have been warned not to speak out during the corona virus I'm not talking about China I'm talking about here in this country his sensual companies companies that are determined by the government to be essential are still hiring new workers big time we'll talk about that Rahul Baba is criticizing president trump for reducing auto emissions standards never mind auto emissions standards kill people I would explain a navy ship station in Guam has a number of sailors with the corona virus and the captain want permission to off load some four thousand sailors off the ship this is still being debated as we speak Patrick Madden back and roll the ESPN tennis analyst has tested positive for the corona virus the CDC is.
"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW
"Have died in nineteen speak to the doctor coordinating the response in the hardest hit region of Lombardy about what America needs to do to stop the pandemic also a hospital chaplain in Washington state who can't get physically close to corona virus patients to give spiritual support and comic and actor Cameron Esposito has a new book out and a personal brush with code nineteen wasn't allowed to go into the waiting room with her and then I was sort of sitting in the hall and the doctor came out with that like very serious doctor face that you never want to see it Sunday March twenty ninth news now live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein coronavirus infections in the US are nearing one hundred twenty five thousand more than two thousand have died according to Johns Hopkins Louisiana is fast becoming one of the pandemic's hot spots according to the latest from the state's health department nearly one hundred forty people in Louisiana have died from covert nineteen most of them in the New Orleans metro area Patrick Madden of member station W. W. Eno has more the number of known coronavirus cases in Louisiana jumped more than twenty percent Saturday with more than three thousand people now testing positive for the deadly virus and concern is mounting over the ability of New Orleans area hospitals to meet the expected crush of coronavirus patients who need ventilators and beds in ICU units there's also fear that nurses doctors and other health care workers don't have enough personal protective equipment like N. ninety five masks and the city has started and equipment drive to take in donated gear the governor of Louisiana John bel Edwards says he wants to begin using the convention center in New Orleans to start housing patients who've tested positive for the corona virus for NPR news I'm Patrick Madden in New Orleans coronavirus cases and deaths in Germany have soared this weekend despite strict social distancing and commercial lockdowns NPR's rob Schmitz has details from Berlin the latest figures for the country updated Sunday from Johns Hopkins University show a significant spike of more than fifty three thousand confirmed cases and four hundred and thirty three deaths in Germany the country is the third most impacted in Europe by the corona virus behind Italy and Spain a government study leaked to German media shows that in a worst case scenario with limited social restrictions seventy percent of Germany's population would soon be infected eighty percent of intensive care patients would be rejected by hospitals and the death toll would surpass a million if strict measures are taken for at least two months and testing is ramped up to two hundred thousand per day the study estimates a million Germans would become infected but only twelve thousand would die Germany has announced it is not planning on relaxing social distancing a public gathering rules before April twentieth rob Schmitz NPR news Berlin the Dutch government has recalled more than half a million face masks ordered from China because they're defective Terry Schultz reports they don't fit securely in their mouth filters don't keep out the coronavirus it's not clear how many of the six hundred thousands defective masks may already have been used they were part of a batch of one point three million masks the Netherlands bought from China Spain and the Czech Republic have also reported receiving test kits that don't correctly diagnose infections still France has announced in a new order of one billion face masks most will come from China this is NPR news India's prime minister Narendra Modi is apologizing for imposing a three week locked down on the country's one point three billion people mody calls the measure harsh but necessary to prevent the spread of the coronavirus Serbia is banning pet owners from walking their dogs as part of its policy to fight the spread of covert nineteen but veterinarians say the measure could make conditions less hygienic in homes and Joanna could kisses reports there's plenty of backlash from dog owners the small southeastern European nation has imposed tough measures to fight cobit nineteen infections Serbs under sixty five could stay home from five PM to five AM but Intel this weekend they could take their dogs or cats out for a twenty minute walk now the government has banned walking dog parents lashed out on social media they said the ban will harm their dog's health Serbs over sixty five have been stuck indoors with their pets for some time one elderly woman tried to get around that ban a local news video showed her using a harness to lower her small dog on to the grass outside her first floor apartment for NPR news I'm Joanna Kakissis the mayor of Jonesborough Arkansas says a tornado that hit the region yesterday would have been more devastating of residents weren't staying home because of the corona virus pandemic roofs were ripped off and cars were tossed around but only six people were hospitalized with minor injuries I'm Barbara Klein NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from General Mills the maker of nature valley crunchy granola bars and the ECMC foundation working to improve postsecondary educational.
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"In the response in the hardest hit region of Lombardy about what America needs to do to stop the pandemic also a hospital chaplain in Washington state we can't get physically close to corona virus patients to give spiritual support and comic and actor Cameron Esposito has a new book out and a personal brush with covert nineteen wasn't allowed to go into the waiting room with her and then I was for sitting in the hall and the doctor came out with that like very serious doctor face that you never want to see it Sunday March twenty ninth news now live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein coronavirus infections in the US are nearing one hundred twenty five thousand more than two thousand have died according to Johns Hopkins Louisiana is fast becoming one of the pandemic's hot spots according to the latest from the state health department nearly one hundred forty people in Louisiana have died from covert nineteen most of them in the New Orleans metro area Patrick Madden of member station W. W. Eno has more the number of known coronavirus cases in Louisiana jumped more than twenty percent Saturday with more than three thousand people now testing positive for the deadly virus and concern is mounting over the ability of New Orleans area hospitals to meet the expected crush of coronavirus patients who need ventilators and beds in ICU units there's also fear that nurses doctors and other health care workers don't have enough personal protective equipment like N. ninety five masks and the city has started and equipment drive to take in donated gear the governor of Louisiana John bel Edwards says he wants to begin using the convention center in New Orleans to start housing patients who've tested positive for the corona virus for NPR news I'm Patrick Madden in New Orleans coronavirus cases and deaths in Germany have soared this weekend despite strict social distancing and commercial lockdowns NPR's rob Schmitz has details from Berlin the latest figures for the country updated Sunday from.
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"Was running against Republican challenger and he responded it was the most expensive gubernatorial election in state history and the ads were everywhere phony any response is not for us paid for an authorized by yep the name is combo pack and if you lived in Louisiana and known to TV you probably saw their ads last fall backing Edwards what we knew at the time was a gumbo packed up more than eight million dollars from the democratic governors association or DGA what we didn't know until a few weeks ago was where DGA got its money when we come through its twenty nineteen tax records we discovered that casino companies and contributed more than four hundred thousand dollars to the group right around the time of the Louisiana election we show these tax records to Paul Seamus Ryan at the watchdog group common cause when casinos are giving money to one of those groups right before an election at the casino has a vested interest in the governor's race and then the DJ or the RGA spends the money in that race that's pretty clear connection the Republican governors association also spent millions on the race back in responding and then last month the RGA also reported casinos among its contributors while casinos can't donate directly to any Louisiana campaign they can donate big sums to outside groups that have no restrictions on spending in the state such as the governor's association's Caesars entertainment for one gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to the association's Caesars owns the Harris in downtown New Orleans and receive that lucrative state license back in June the casino says it follows state law and shared with us a letter it sent to the governor's associations the letter instructs the group not to spend its donations in states with strict rules like Louisiana and the DJ got back to us and said they use the casino money for non political usas Ryan at common cause isn't buying it at the end of the day it's the casino money going to the DGA that arguably frees up DJ dollars to spend in Louisiana money that would be illegal if the actual dollars came from the casinos themselves a number of states have so called pay to play laws that determine who is prohibited from donating in West Virginia its contractors in Indiana it's Lotto companies those states and nine others have gubernatorial races on the ballot this November for NPR news I'm Patrick Madden.
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"And you will pay the price you know where did you if you go forward with these awful decisions sure statement was apparently a reference to then judge Brett Kavanaugh's angry statement two democratic senators at his twenty eighteen Supreme Court confirmation hearing you so the winds for decades to come I fear that the whole country will reap the whirlwind late yesterday however Chief Justice Roberts responded to Schumer with a stern rebuke justices know that criticism comes with the territory he said in a written statement but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate they are dangerous all members of the court will continue to do their job without fear or favour from whatever quarter Schumer's office quickly replied with his own written statement criticizing the Chief Justice for quote remaining silent when president trump attacked justices Sonia Sotomayor and Ruth pater Ginsburg eight days ago that failure to stand up for two of the court's liberal Schumer said shows that Roberts quote does not call balls and strikes as he promised he would at his confirmation hearing in two thousand five the democratic leader maintained that his own comments were misunderstood that they were in fact quote a reference to the political price Senate Republicans will pay for putting these justices on the court and warning that the justices will unleash a major grassroots movement on the issue of reproductive rights Wednesday's blast from the Chief Justice was not the first time he's rebuked a political leader in November twenty eighteen he issued a statement critical of president trump for denigrating a judge as quote an Obama judge in an immigration case the statement Roberts issued then said quote we do not have a bomb a judge's order from judges bush judges or Clinton judges what we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them close quote trump immediately tweeted back sorry Chief Justice John Roberts but you do indeed have a bomb a judges and they have a much different point of view than the people who were charged with the safety of our country these rulings are shocking we need protection and security these rulings are making our country unsafe very dangerous and on why Nina Totenberg NPR news Washington money in politics yeah there's more and more of it and it's often hard to trace New Orleans public radio is Patrick Madden takes a look at the casino industry and reports on what critics are calling a giant loophole here in Louisiana there's a colorful history of mixing gambling and politics what is the biggest public corruption trial in modern Louisiana history in two thousand former governor Edwin Edwards was sent to prison is convicted of extorting hundreds.
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"These reforms more than three dozen county sheriff's police chiefs and D. A.'s were in Albany on Thursday call on the legislature and the governor to slow down on these reforms take a second look and allow them to have some input on it shooting in Troy police say it happened around eight PM last night at the Griswold heights housing complex police say a twenty year old man was shot in the leg he was bleeding heavily at the scene taken to a hospital tri city council is given a first approval to mayor Patrick Madden's plan to turn control of the one monument square site to a local development corporation madness said the move is necessary to make this latest attempt to redevelop the former site of city hall success the previous four attempts all ended in failure WG one news time eight oh four Democrats say they're moving forward without engaging in court battles to try and force top trump administration officials to cooperate in the Ukraine impeachment inquiry boxes Rachel Sutherland house speaker Nancy Pelosi isn't ruling out more witnesses but Democrats appear ready to move forward with drafting articles of impeachment based on existing evidence and testimony close he told reporters yesterday the president has used his office for his own personal gain it's expected the house Judiciary Committee will take up the inquiry drafting articles of impeachment based on a report from house intelligence committee staffers the full house could vote on the articles by Christmas setting up a potential Senate trial in January in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox news frontier airlines left a lot of passengers up in the air yesterday with an email telling them there had been a change to their upcoming flight frontier later explained the emails were sent out in error and the passengers could verify their upcoming trips.
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"Hussein tourney Lee Kentland tells news channel thirteen prosecutors of have this information for weeks and what is even more striking is that Mavis he clearly did not perform a brake job and what is more shocking to me as a as a parent as someone who drives the streets is how many more times this might have happened Kaelin says the shows his client is one hundred percent innocent in his words what the district attorney now has is proof that somebody else very deliberately did something the call is the crash state police report in may said that catastrophic brake failure was to blame DMV now says it will pursue the allegations to the extent of its authority on my graduate maybe is issued a response late Wednesday calling the statements attributed to former store manager virtual parking inaccurate or misleading adding Mavis is committed to providing high quality safe and affordable services to customers and service and billing policies are honest and fair company calls this a dance for diversion tactic to shift responsibility away from naman Hussein where it's solely belongs statement adds a little travel to over a thousand miles over several months after it was serviced in Saratoga springs during that time the company says Hussein committed serious crimes by among other things to buying in order to take the vehicle out of service maybe says its condolences are with the families but it didn't cause the accident if there's no legal responsibility like Patrick news radio eight ten one oh three one W. G. Y. a brand new fox news poll looks at how voters feel about the path toward the possible impeachment of president trump boxes going all Scott right now fifty one percent of voters surveyed want to see president trump not Justin peach to but removed from office of those who say the president is being treated unfairly twenty one percent say he did nothing wrong twenty percent say impeachment is politically motivated then there's the call between president trump in the Ukrainian president on what president trump says is corruption by Joe Biden the conversation was I think a perfect conversation sixty six percent of respondents say that kind of call asking a foreign leader to investigate arrival is not appropriate forty three eight percent say what was said by the president constitutes an impeachable offense colonel Scott fox news WGY news time five thirty three it's now a two person race for mayor in Troy Republican Tom real drops out after what was described as a heated meeting with several GOP officials including Rensselaer county executive Steve McLaughlin operations director ridge crest and former congressman John Sweeney according to the times union McLaughlin and Chris screamed at real threatened his job as a long time state Senate Republican aide is name will still appear on the ballot the race now centers around democratic incumbent Patrick Madden former council president Rodney Wilshire at a three way debate last month real it was critical of the city's failure to re open the south Troy pool life first came and.