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"patrick madden" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"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 on Patrick Madden in New Orleans. And nearly 12,000 workers from at least 18 states will help restore power to customers. This is NPR. This is WN Y C. Good evening on my own. Levinson, A federal judge declined to grant a temporary restraining order that could have halted restrictions on religious gatherings of more than 10 people. Agudath Israel of America and ultra Orthodox Jewish advocacy group sued the state and argue that the restrictions made it impossible for the community to fulfill religious obligations. Rabbi obvious Shafran is a spokesperson for the group. It was a decision that was That went against what we feel is a very compelling argument about the judges. The judge and the decision is a decision, so we respected for what it's worth. The restrictions apply to areas of Brooklyn and Queens, where rates of positive Koven 19 tests are more than five times the citywide average. Thie state and city say strict social distancing measures are needed in those areas to save lives. And meanwhile Broadway will remain dark through at least next spring due to the ongoing pandemic, Broadway producers announced today. The shutdown will extend through at least May, the 30th of 2021. Gothamist. Vanya Kiss says Don't expect to see shows streaming online either something like Hamilton, which was already a humongous success for them to make a deal with Disney Plus and have that streaming there. That makes total sense. But most shows even from a couple of years ago, you're not going to find them streaming online and for fans who bought tickets for shows through the spring theatres are offering offering rather refunds and exchanges. Mostly cloudy skies for tonight with a low of around 68 a.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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Hurricane Delta: Louisiana declares state of emergency as it braces for storm

Morning Edition

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on KQED Radio

"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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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Y then right now, more sunshine temperature up to sixty degrees at NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WG wine Washington county search resuming for a person who authorities believe tossed in the water from capsized boat. Police officers and officials searching the south bay area in the village of Dresden divers of also impressed into the searches. Well, the mass shooting in Virginia Beach is the deadliest now in US history. And in the United States rather this year. Authorities say disgruntled city engineer named Dwayne crash. Nick walked into a city building on Friday afternoon, began shooting indiscriminately on all three floors of the building, killing twelve people wounding four others suspect reportedly engineer in the city's public utilities department killed in a prolonged shootout. With police, Virginia Beach mayor, Bob Dwyer called the most devastating day in the history of Virginia Beach more than a decade behind bars and tens of thousand dollars in restitution for a man who robbed a local gun store. Another sentence handed down for the guilty. Pleas we're entered by all accused of stealing. Dozens of firearms from target sports in Glenville twenty five year old Christian Roman has now been sentenced to over twelve years in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release. He will also have to pay restitution of almost fifty thousand dollars for his role in the two thousand seventeen burglary. The man he robbed the store with Jose, fun, tennis has also pleaded guilty and will be sentenced in August. Their driver has already been sentenced to almost five years. Diane DeNardo, NewsRadio eight ten and one or three one. WG. Y local and state leaders. Were in Troy Friday to announce the completion of a new concrete boat launch on the Hudson. River angles avenue, the site in Troyes north central neighborhood, just south of the federal lock and dam canal corporation, director, Brian Stratton, encouraging residents to get out on the water absolutely free. Because for the third consecutive year we have free three navigation along on Canale TRE. Mayor Patrick Madden saying, this.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Virginia on eight counts, including tax fraud and Bank fraud, the guilty verdicts pertain to work Manafort did years earlier as a consultant for pro Russia political party in Ukraine. The special counsel has accused Manafort of failing to take responsibility for his crimes witness tampering and lying to federal prosecutors at the White House, Jon decker, Fox News. A casualty from the ice floes at broke free along the Hudson river back in January, the rusty anchor popular floating restaurant and bar and water lead that was damaged during that Friday morning incident has been closed for good reportedly you'll be sent downriver to be scrapped owner the boat had been hoping to repair the bars effort broke away from its moorings. But Kevin shoe felt says the fixes are quote much more than we expected the rusty anchor crashed into the Livingston avenue bridge and some other obstacles rusty anchor was open for Mehta September every year and employed forty five people full and part-time former governor Cuomo top eight joker cocoa will. Now have to report to prison next week today. The second circuit court of appeals denied per Coco's. Bail said he must begin serving his sentence. No later than March fourteenth last month and appeals court ruled he could remain a free, man. Man, while he appeals his conviction, postponing his original surrender date of March the first because sentenced in September two six years after he was found guilty taking more than three hundred thousand dollars in bribes from businesses that wanted to do to do business with New York state. Well, we still got a ways to go before summer. But it looks like Troy is getting ready for mayor. Patrick Madden says the city now formerly seeking bids for renovations to south Troy, swimming pool. He says there is a lot of work to do. There's some crumbling and gaps and cracks in the surfaces. They all need to be fixed needs to be sandblasted down to take all the old paint off. Get a good look at the the integrity of the concrete underneath their patch. That south Troy along with Knickerbocker have been closed for the past two years because of structural and safety issues while bad NASA's fingers crossed that south Troy can reopen this year city officials planning a completely new pool of Knickerbocker, no timetable on that project the house. Set to vote on a resolution condemning hate speech this afternoon. The measure started out as a proposed resolution condemning anti semitism, but was expanded him in disagreements among Democrats original resolution was aimed at recent comments by Minnesota democrat Ilhan, Omar freshman, Muslim lawmaker recently accused pro Israel advocates of pushing quote allegiance to a foreign country. The measure condemns anti semitism at a Muslim discrimination any hateful expressions of bigotry and intolerance toward minorities house and Senate Democrats have introduced a Bill to restore Obama era net neutrality rules last December the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality. This is the principle that internet service providers should give consumers equal access to all legal content and applications without favouring some sources or blocking others the Bill similar one pass last year by the US Senate..

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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Already NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one W G Y Twenty-three-year-old Rotterdam man attempts to Abbas computer service that results in his arrest this week on charges related to child pornography child sexual abuse illegal weapon, possession, Chandler, Whitaker has been arrested police launch an investigation this week after employees computer repair and technologies on avenue found questionable images on a computer on Wednesday and call police Rotterdam police Lieutenant we a male spoke with news channel thirteen or in the process of getting search warrants for all those devices. So it's possible that there are still there. It's possible that there's more images on those devices were still investigating at this point. Investigators say the computer contained more than one hundred images containing child pornography video Whitaker having sexual contact with an eight year old girl. Search word of his home also revealed a modified AR fifteen illegal amunition over thirty grams of marijuana Whitaker arranged sent the Schenectady county jail arrests made an animal hoarding case, David and Michelle Hempstead of Campbell avenue. George would seven. Eighteen counts of injuring an animal. That's according to Troy police in December more than one hundred animals were found at the home toy police department says conditions of many of the animals have improved and many have been adopted in Troy, some potential good news about the city's swimming pools mayor Patrick Madden says the south Troy pool be reopened by July. First if a contractor can be found that's willing to commit to what Madden calls an aggressive renovation schedule. Both the south joy Knickerbocker pools have been closed for a couple of summers. Now after both pools were found to be unsafe while the existing south Troy pool will be repaired. Current budget plans. Call free completely new pool of Knickerbocker park. No specific timetable on that Madden says the city still needs to reach an agreement with the Knickerbocker association, which owns the.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And one zero three one WG wine top story. President Trump looking to turn the page with his state of the union address. Fox's Rachel Sutherland, President Trump opened on a bipartisan note, saying we must reject the politics of revenge. But he also cautioned if there is going to be peace and legislation there cannot be war and investigation. Women lawmakers dressed in white high five cheered when the president acknowledged more women serving in congress. Then at any time before President Trump also made the case for a national emergency on the southern border, but he did not declare one. He did call for a smart strategic see-through steel barrier. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News well throughout the address there were lots of standing, ovations and applause and not just partisan response either. However, when the president called for an end to foolish wars and ridiculous partisan investigations national correspondent, Michael Bauer tells W, G wise, Chuck and Kelly he wondered if judging by the lack of response to that line. There's legitimate concern between Trump and the GOP. We know Mitch McConnell has been talking about Republicans backing away from President Trump and some of the demands and he's making this concept of the national emergency. And it felt like maybe that was highlighted in that moment new CNN, Paul says about six ten viewers have very positive reactions to the president's speech in becoming the first African American woman in history to give the opposing parties response to a state of the union Democrats. Stacey Abrams is calling for an end to voters. Depression Abrahams election for governor in Georgia was marred by allegations of voter suppression. One person said to be seriously injured in an early morning crash that shut down a section of choice connected eroded live for awhile happened before five AM involved, a pickup truck and a Pepsi truck truck driver was taken to Albany mad. Troy Schenectady road was reopened by seven AM night. I would characterize the state of the CD as stronger more resilient and more optimistic. Troy mayor Patrick Madden, highlighting cities improving financial state and his annual state of the city speech says Troy is moving in the right direction with an improvement in the city's credit rating outlook, he says the crime rate is going down. And he's hoping to get south Troy pool. Open again this summer. It's aggressive remains to be seen. Whether we can do that. Or not mad and also took the opportunity last night to name Eric McMahon as the city's next fire chief McMahon served as an assistant under Tom Garrett who retired last month notice in yet from a federal judge on Nexium leader, Keith Ranieri's complaints about. What he says we're inhumane living conditions at a federal detention center in Brooklyn, rainier and other inmates were left in the cold for several days following a power outage, opening statements in rainier..

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"patrick madden" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on Here & Now

"On one end. There was GOP firebrand Corey Steuer calling for confederate monuments to be preserved as part of Virginia's heritage on the other side. There were calls for the statues to be taken down from public spaces and dismantled north and tried to strike a balance calling for the statues to be removed, but preserved in local museums personally, I would think that the statues would be better placed in museums with certainly historical context, but I'm leaving that up to the localities north and eventually won the general election in part because of strong support from African Americans the boost turnout among black voters who supported north them by nine to one margin. Help put him over the edge. Now, some in Virginia's black community say they feel betrayed by the governor, according to political science professor Tony Michelle Travis at George Mason University somehow that person is presented themselves, and they lection is not the true individual. Travis believes it's a question of when not if northbound steps down his potential successor, Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax would become the second ever black governor Virginia Fairfax has also had to grapple with Virginia's past two weeks ago as president of the Senate he decided to leave the day in protest during the legislatures annual celebration of confederate general Robert E Lee's birthday the reckoning over Virginia's past and modal present continues in Richmond with all eyes on the governor's mansion for here. Now, I'm Patrick Madden..

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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Ten and one zero three one W G Y seven boats. One broke free from moorings near the federal dam began floating downstream on the Hudson river this morning. All have been corralled, the captain JP stuck underneath the Livingston avenue. Amtrak railroad bridge for hours at has since been removed. Basil goes Commissioner, New York State Department of environmental conservation tells W G Y at this point travel across the local bridges spanning the Hudson is normal. We had DOT inspectors out there. First thing this morning, right? After the breakup looking at all the bridges between Troy and Albany here. Have there have not revealed any damage whatsoever. The investigation will continue say goes commended the many emergency response teams tugboat operators and coast guard members who worked together, and I witnessed crews help remove the captain JP that was stuck underneath the Livingston avenue. Amtrak railroad bridge Bill tells W G Y news one tugboat in back of the boat one boat in front of the captain JP. Got the job done in Bill says yes, there is damage to the captain JP because look like that derozan like to smoke stacks on top that with like they were ripped off along with some of the railing along on top of the boat bridge. Doesn't look damage whatsoever. Local DJ accused of sex crimes state police have arrested Brian Angelo Clifton park. Also known as DJ Iraq, Georgia stem from a complaint received by police that Angelo had been sexually abusing several young children ranging in age from eight to fourteen years case was investigated by the state police as well as the Cali police department Rensselaer county district attorney's office and the start children's centre in Rensselaer county at the time of his arrest. DJ Iraq worked at local radio station jams. Ninety six point three Troy mayor Patrick Madden. Calling on Republican city councilman. Mark McGrath to resign at issue. A three year old twelve second voicemail. Mcgrath says he can't remember the incident. But in the twelve second message obtained by the time union McGrath could be heard using racial slurs. It's not clear if he's talking to himself or someone else in the room Madden says if McGrath made the statements he should step down immediately coming up the WG y AccuWeather forecast in twenty seventeen alone. Forty two.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And one zero three one WG y seven boats dock broke free from moorings near the federal dam began floating downstream on the Hudson river this morning all have been corralled the captain JP stuck underneath the Livingston avenue. Amtrak railroad bridge for hours that has since been removed basil say goes Commissioner, New York State Department of environmental conservation tells W G Y at this point travel across the local bridges spanning the Hudson is normal. We had DOT inspectors out there. First thing this morning, right? After the breakup looking at all the bridges between Troy and Albany. Here have their have not revealed any damage whatsoever. The investigation will continue say goes commended the many emergency response teams tugboat operators and coast guard members who worked together, and I witnessed saw crews help remove the captain JP that was stuck underneath the Livingston avenue. Amtrak railroad bridge Bill tells W G Y news one tugboat in back of the boat one boat. In front of the captain j p got the job done and Bill says, yes, there is damage to the captain JP because look like that there is I like to smoke stacks on top that looked like they were ripped off along with some of the railing along the top of the boat bridge doesn't look damage whatsoever. Local DJ accused of sex crimes state police have arrested Brian Angelo of Clifton park, also known as DJ Iraq, Georgia stem from a complaint received by police that Angelo had been sexually abusing several young children ranging in age from eight to fourteen years case was investigated by the state police as well as the Cali police department respite county district attorney's office and the start children's centre in Rensselaer county at the time of his arrest. DJ Iraq worked at local radio station jams ninety six point three mayor Patrick Madden. Calling on Republican city councilman. Mark McGrath to resign at issue. A three year old twelve second voicemail. Mcgrath says he can't remember the incident. But in the twelve second message obtained by the times union McGrath could be heard using racial slurs. It's not clear. If he's talking to himself or someone else in the room Madden says if McGrath made the statements he should step down immediately coming up the W G Y AccuWeather forecast..

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"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Four eight ten in what? Oh, three one WG Y seven both dock broke free from their moorings or the federal dam began floating downstream on the Hudson river early this morning all have been corralled the captain JP stuck underneath the Livingston avenue. Amtrak railroad bridge for hours that has since been removed as we'll say goes Commissioner of the New York State Department of environmental conservation, telling W G Y travel across the local bridges spanning the Hudson is normal. We had DOT inspectors out there. First thing this morning read after the breakup looking at all the bridges between Troy and Albany here have their destinations have not revealed any damage whatsoever. The investigation will continue say goes commended the many emergency response teams tugboat operator. Coast guard members who worked together due to the partial government shutdown the coast guard members were likely working without paychecks this. I witness named Bill tells W G Y new see-saw crews get the captain JP on lodged and unstuck from the Livingston avenue. Amtrak bridge was standing outside watch the one tugboat in the front one talk boat in the back and a pulled the boat upstream without incident and everything went real smooth Bill says that to smoke stacks on top of the captain j p or damaged and the railing on the boat is damaged as well. Mayor Patrick Madden calling on Republican city councilman. Mark McGrath resign at issue. Three year old twelve second voicemail. Mcgrath says he can't remember the incident. But in the twelve second message obtained by the time union McGrath can be heard using racial slurs. It's not clear if he's talking to himself or someone else in the room Badin says if McGrath made the statements he should step down immediately. Local DJ accused of sex crimes state police have arrested Brian Angelo of Clifton park, also known as DJ Iraq, Georgia stem from a complaint received by police that Angelo had been sexually abusing several young children ranging in age from eight to fourteen case being investigated by the state police as well as.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Image. Will you should know we mostly hear of negative things. It's the poorest country in the western hemisphere. It's corrupt it's chaotic, but anyone who's been to Haiti knows much more to it than that. Like, the resilience of the people at the FIA sprite after all Haiti is the first place where slaves rebelled and throw off their masters and the first black Republican they won the war against slavery and in doing. So they changed the history of the world. This is Haiti untold from round earth media. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. President Trump plans to give his state of the union address next week, but not before a joint session of congress, which has to be approved by both chambers. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has cancelled the event they're saying Trump can give the speech after the partial government shutdown ends Trump says Pelosi stance is a disgrace Nancy Pelosi or Nancy as I call her. She hasn't wanna hear. The truth. And she doesn't want to hear more importantly, the American people have the truth. So we just found out that she's canceled. I think that's a great blotch all the incredible country that we all love trumps says the Democrats have become radicalized and promises to find an alternative venue for his speech furloughed federal workers. Staged a protest inside a US Senate office building today demanding an end to the partial shutdown as w us. Patrick Madden reports twelve demonstrators were arrested the protest at.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"New. I'm Audie Cornish. Mary Louise Kelley in this hour, a House Democrat on the standoff later reaction from voters in Ohio about President Trump's holding out for money for a border wall. Trump trump. In California, the consequences of estate plan to use death certificates to pinpoint the prescribing doctors of opioid addicts scaring providers into not prescribing opioids, I think that is not the ethically appropriate way to go forward, and why economists are worried about the potential for another recession. Now, the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jeanine Herbst. President Trump says he'll give his state of the union address from a different venue after house speaker Nancy Pelosi made it clear to him today. He's not welcome to give the address from the house floor while the government remains partially. Shut down. Trump speaking from the White House this afternoon called Pelosi's decision, a great blotch on the country, a horrible, Mark and a disgrace. She doesn't want the American public to hear what's going on. She's afraid of the truth, and the super left Democrats, the radical Democrats what's going on in that party is shocking. It's not clear where or when Trump will deliver his speech by law. The president may not address a joint session of congress without both chambers. Explicit permission. The constitution doesn't require that. The state of the union be delivered in the form of a speech and on Capitol Hill today furloughed federal workers staged protest inside a Senate office building demanding an end to the partial government shutdown. Patrick Madden of member station. W A M U reports. Twelve people were arrested the protest.

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"patrick madden" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on 1A

"We wanted to play one quick clip of his conversation with David Greene. Gingrich was the former speaker of the house who presided over one. The longest shutdowns of the federal government back in nineteen ninety five. Here's a clip from the interview with David where they looked forward at the potential for how long this shutdown might last. How long is this is shutdown gonna go onto you think? Oh, mid to late for what do you predict that? Nobody's trying to. I mean, I I in policies feeling Roach. She's a brand new first reelected speakers and Sam Rayburn in nineteen fifty four. So she has no reason right now to be reasonable Schumer, basically is tied to her. He he is the tail on the kite, and she's the kite and Trump is genuinely determined to protect the southern border. That was former house speaker, Newt Gingrich speaking to David Greene this morning, Patrick. I wonder what your sense of how federal workers might react. I know I'm asking you to speak for a large group of people, but how they might react to speaker Gingrich's comment. I mean, he's basically saying that Nancy Pelosi is benefiting politically by digging her heels in and that the president is is acting with ideological integrity in his shutdown of the government in the name of border security. How do you think federal workers by react to that argument for a lot of these workers? They do not consider themselves. Partisan democrat Republicans they're here to to do the job that they want to do. Do in whatever agency that is. So I think they would take offense probably again. Trying to to say what they would be feeling. But I think they would take offense at the notion that they are, you know, with one side or the other and just the fact that, you know, former speaker Gingrich talking about the stretching onto late February. I mean, I can imagine how federal workers would feel when they hear that you know, the sort of decisions that was running through their head. I know we're low on time. But Craig Fugate I'd love you to respond with regards to our security in the shutdown. Whether it's a threat at the border or a natural disaster. How safe do you think we are right now, we're becoming more unsafe? Everyday this shutdown goes on people are not able to do their jobs. People came by gas to get the work. These are people that they didn't sign up not to do their jobs. They want to be there. And they're going to do everything they can to be there. But every day this roads, our workforce is a roadster ability to do their jobs, and that in turn is making us more unsafe faster than anything else that's happening on the border which. Your sense of how long this might last. Greg. I think when congress can't fly home, maybe one. But I think it's when the journal public basically yells at everybody loud enough that this is enough stop as long as the echo chamber Washington thinks this is the debate they can have without consequences. It will keep going everybody in Washington knees understand this has got consequences in the public's tired of it Craig Fugate, the former head of FEMA Craig thanks for spending the hour with us. Thanks for having me, David Bora general counsel at the American federation of government employees. Thank you. David. Thank you and w AMU senior reporter Patrick Madden. Thanks, patrick. Thank you. This conversation was produced by Bianca Martin and edited by Miranda, full more.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on KCRW

"Else. I guess the federal government says this shutdown will cost at least fifty million dollars a day in lost wages and productivity. And that's not just DC eighty five percent of federal workers live outside the Washington region. But there are hidden costs to that go beyond money says Randy Irwin, president of the national federation of federal employees who in the world's gonna to work for the federal government. When people are not able to fill prescriptions are bouncing checks ruining their credit and their eventual unemployment checks will likely be far less than what they were making. And these claims take time to process and bills can add up and for federal employees who do receive unemployment. They'll have to reimburse the money when congress gives them back pay, but federal contractors don't get back pay from the government. Some of them are janitor or cafeteria workers like John Woodson. He spent thirty years working low wage jobs at federal buildings. He arrived at the DC on employment office. Unsure of what was next was from cars or go back the detail. Whatever was him. When does whatever it takes a needle put food on my table. You know, you're here today. Hopefully start receiving some unemployment benefits. Hopefully, you know, who knows he might get away of putting a freeze on it to the he, of course, is President Donald Trump who has said without money for the border wall. The government will not be reopened leaving these workers feeling like there's no end in sight for NPR news in Washington. I'm Patrick Madden..

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03:54 min | 3 years ago

"patrick madden" Discussed on 1A

"I think if you went back in time and asked supporters at those rallies, the President Trump was speaking at where he absolutely got people excited about the fact that not only would he build the wall, but it would be funded by Mexico. They would they would have been expecting Mexico to be footing the Bill, and that's not through a trade deal that by the way has not been passed or approved yet by congress. And I'm glad you made the distinction. There's there's this signing of the deal. But then the three nations involved candidates parliament Mexico's national assembly and the US congress still each have to ratify that deal among themselves for its take affect. That's correct. Any other greatest hits that are worth debunking, Alexis, John Alexis. Well, the one that sticks out in addition to say by either the Trump administration or Democrats rate asus. Yes. In in the case of President Trump continuing to focus on some of his remarks, one of the things that it was a little startling. I think is the contradictions one of things that he offered up was that eight hundred thousand federal workers affected, that's mostly Democrats. He said so that he somehow dismissed them as being, you know, part of this argument, but then he contradicted himself by saying most of the federal workers who are affected support this. And so you can't have both things be the same in. And of course, eight hundred thousand federal workers nationwide affected are not all Democrats Jonathan any greatest hits to debunk and this one I'll this give credit to NBC news reported this out the administration has put out a number of four thousand people suspected terrorists being blocked from entering the United States that's up fiscal year two thousand seventeen as a sign of why we need this wall. But then when NBC dug into these numbers, it turned out that they were six of those people were actually stopped. At the southern border who are non US citizens. So. That four thousand is not at all commensurate with the number of non-citizens actually being stopped at the border. Mindy wrote on our Facebook page while I don't support the wall at all at what point do we try to negotiate somehow I believe in taking a stand? But when we are on day twenty of my husband, not getting a paycheck from the coast guard and we have three daughters. It makes it a little more difficult to take a stand. It's beginning to feel hopeless. Mindy is spot on in terms of the human impact of this partial government shutdown because a lot of the federal workers have been going quite a while without the guarantee of paycheck, and for many people today would have been payday our colleague here. W AMU. Patrick Madden spoke with the woman at a rally for federal workers and their supporters on Wednesday night in Silver, Spring, Maryland, which is just outside the district line just northeast of Washington. Here's what Michelle had to say. I show have to do a good job. I've doing everything responsible. Adult is supposed to do. And all of a sudden, it's all blowing up, and I don't know what else to do Michelle who didn't want to give her full name for fear of repercussions says she can't believe she's in this position. This is the first time in my working life. I am going to have to go to my creditors and say, I don't know how to pay, and it's embarrassing that was w AM us. Patrick Madden reporting. Do we have any sense of how these workers are coping? Whether there's anything that these federal agencies are doing to help their employees, cope or are. They just kind of on their own. Well, one of the more uncomfortable things that occurred in the last two weeks. I think is to watch the federal government tried to be helpful by telling people, for instance, who who worked for the government and serve the government have a garage sale. Or here's a letter that you could write to try to ask your landlord to maybe give you some grace period that kind of outreach is very sad and has disturbed a lot of federal workers. Who maybe were a little slow to believe that this would extend this long and thought that this would be over earlier than this..

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