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"pete williams" Discussed on WTOP

"Estate agents in the entire country for ten years and counting So go ahead do what I did called Jennifer at 8 7 7 6 one one cell are online at Jennifer young Holmes dot com Kevin williamsfield 703-815-5700 This is WTO news It's two 52 It's been a while but tolls could be going up on a major local commuter route Today here on the dulles toll road it's three and a quarter at the main toll Plaza and a buck 50 at the ramp for a total of four 75 Starting in January it would be $6 if the proposal is approved by the metropolitan Washington airport's authority This would be the first toll increase since 2019 The extra revenue would help pay for construction of metro silver line as well as maintaining the toll road looking ahead toll road users would expect rate increases of a dollar and a quarter every 5 years On the dulles toll road dialog can stain double TLP news Big development in the world of TV news longtime NBC News correspondent Pete Williams retiring soon NBC says Williams coverage of the Justice Department and Supreme Court over almost 30 years has been unrivaled among broadcast journalists He was a TV reporter in Wyoming before becoming Pentagon spokesman under president George H. W. Bush His hiring by NBC in 1993 was considered controversial because Williams had limited media access of military actions during the Gulf War that infuriated many reporters The 70 year old Williams will retire at the end of July Didn't know Pete was 70 No me neither My gosh Good luck Hey Twitter is out with new rules that crack down on posts that spread potentially dangerous false stories Twitter will no longer automatically recommend or amplify posts that mischaracterize conditions during a conflict or make misleading claims about war crimes or atrocities post that violate the rules could have warning labels applied right now the new policy applies to Ukraine It'll apply then to future crises Rosemary trap has died She was the first daughter of Austrian naval captain George von trapp and Maria von trapp and was a younger half sibling of the older von trapp children who portrayed in yes the sound of music Rosemary trapp.

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Russia Appears to Carry out Hack Through System Used by U.S. Aid Agency

NBC Nightly News

01:38 min | 1 year ago

Russia Appears to Carry out Hack Through System Used by U.S. Aid Agency

"A high stakes summit between president biden and russian president vladimir putin just weeks away in urgent new crisis at the forefront. Another hacking against the us government. Being blamed on. Russia are pete. Williams has the latest on the investigation. The latest attack at the state department's agency for international development. Usa id which distributes america's foreign aid the hackers inserted malheur that sent what appeared to be genuine usaid emails to more than one hundred fifty recipients including human rights groups and other organizations that have been critical of russia's president vladimir putin in a blog post microsoft says the attack came from a threat actor called no bellingham originating from russia the same group behind the huge solar wind attack that targeted the department of homeland security energy commerce defense treasury and state and thousands of america's businesses the. Us government has said no belgium's hacking is the work of russia's foreign intelligence service. This time microsoft says it systems blocked most of the militias emails and mark them as spam but the russian attack comes less than three weeks before president biden is scheduled to meet putin in geneva. We need clear. Rules of nation state conduct in cyberspace and then clearly stated consequences for violations of those rules. Last month biden imposed modest sanctions on russia for the solar winds attack but said he was prepared to take further action. If the hacking didn't stop security experts say this latest attack was intended to gather intelligence on putin's opponents but it was still going on within the past few days suggesting. us sanctions haven't made much difference.

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Law enforcement on alert after plot warning at US Capitol in Washington, DC

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Law enforcement on alert after plot warning at US Capitol in Washington, DC

"Capital, where police at the U. S. Capitol are on high alert today over security concerns linked to conspiracy theorists, including followers of Cuban on NBC's Pete Williams has details. Capitol Police say they're aware of potential threats and prepared for them today at the Capitol complex, already surrounded by a fence topped with razor wire. With more than 5000 members of the National Guard still on duty, adding to the full complement of Capitol police. Now some Q and on followers believe today is the day that former President Trump will somehow regain power and be inaugurated as the nation's true leader. House will not be in session today. Due to that threat, President Biden

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FBI Director Shoots Back, Insisting Bureau Shared Intel Ahead of Washington, DC Riot

NBC Nightly News

01:10 min | 1 year ago

FBI Director Shoots Back, Insisting Bureau Shared Intel Ahead of Washington, DC Riot

"The fbi director defending his agency today saying his agents did share what they knew about possible violence before the us capitol riot with more. Here's pete williams. Fbi director chris wray told congress that after receiving an unverified report january fifth. That extremists were talking about attacking the capitol. The next day it was immediately passed. On senator amy klobuchar recalled the dc police chief saying it was just an email. He gets enough just to send an email. But it's more than just an email right. He said it was also briefed to capital d. c. police in person and he said the f. b. i. ward for months that there could be violent surrounding all aspects of the election. Race at the fbi is working on the domestic extremist threat. Revealing that a surprising. Two thousand investigations are now open nationwide but acknowledging there's more to do we are focused very very hard on. How can we get better. Sources better information better analysis so that we can make sure that something like what happened on. January six never happens again and despite claims from some conservatives. He said there's no evidence the capital ride involved fake trump supporters. or

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NBC Nightly News

11:30 min | 1 year ago

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"And none of us wants to hear this but this could get even worse than more. Contagious uk variant. We've been talking about. It's now at least fourteen states. And the cdc warned today it will become dominant here by march. Richard angle got rare access. How these variants are being tracked as they spread around the world. Kobe is ravaging brazil hospitals running out of oxygen deaths rising because of new covid mutations today the uk already struggling with its own highly contagious variant band. Nearly all travel from south america. I went to the. Uk's main sequencing lab near cambridge leading the world in hunting for variants robots here select covid. Positive tests gathered nationwide. The virus is fed into machines that reveal. Its genetic code and if the code has changed with a mutation dr. naomi park manages operations. How often when you run these sequences do you find anomalies pollution. But i guess very come out which become more alarming or americans looking for various mutations closely enough saying no he's not nearly sufficient vehicle to be the real time surveillance and monitoring of these various so americans might not know the the real kind of variants that they're facing now it might be danube realize they see the effects and i certainly too late. The variants identified so far do not appear to be more deadly but since they are more transmissible overwhelming hospitals and causing more deaths richard engel. nbc news cambridge with all that president elect joe biden laid out his blueprint for scaling up the vaccine effort with more on that. Here's nbc's jeff bennett tonight. President-elect joe biden unveiling his action plan to pick up the pace of cova. Vaccinations this is the time to set big goals to pursue them with courage and conviction because the health of the nation is literally at stake. His plan encourages states to allow more people to get vaccinated including those aged sixty five and older and frontline workers boosts vaccine supply by releasing the majority of available doses sets up federally funded. Mass vaccination sites sends mobile units to hard to reach parts the country and calls for closer coordination with state governments. Have my word. We'll manage the hell out of this operation to for it. The president-elect is calling on congress to pass his nearly two trillion dollar corona virus relief plan which includes direct aid for struggling american families and businesses biden tonight announcing he'll issue an executive order requiring everyone to wear masks in places where he has the authority to mandate it. The president-elect is also urging patients warning american. the out of the pandemic won't be easy or fast. Lester jeff bennett tonight. Thank you just five days. Before the inauguration a massive show of forcing washington is getting even bigger with twenty five thousand national guard troops. Now here's tom. Castillo across washington security is growing tighter by the hour restricted zones razor-wire topping perimeter fencing the national guard increasing troop levels to twenty five thousand weapons at the ready as dozens of state capitals also beef up security amid intelligence that right-wing extremists are threatening. More attacks. there's a great deal of a very concerning chatter. And it's what you don't know that. We are preparing for today. Disturbing details in charging documents against jacob chesley part of the mob that attacked the capital. The prosecutor in arizona said there's evidence that the intent of the capital rioters was to capture assassinate elected officials in the united states government. The doj has since struck that phrase chancellor's attorney says he was following trump's directions and will seek a presidential pardon despite guns explosives and zip ties. The in dc says there is no direct evidence yet of kill or capture teams today. The washington post reports attackers. Were within seconds of reaching vice president pence before secret service agents hit him in a nearby office capital police and the fbi toll nbc news. They are investigating what the republican members of congress. Aided the mon aided and abetted the crime may have to be actions. Taken beyond the congress and In terms of prosecution for that also tonight the dc police officers who fought for their lives last week are speaking out problems for. Daniel hodges crushed in the doorway there in my mascot. Still mike whitney sprayed with everything i was able. I think that was able to get out of officer. Mike known scream to the crowd. He had children guys. Were trying to grab my gun. And they were chanting like killing with his own gun. Also tonight the secret service and the parks service are closing the national mall the first time ever for an inauguration. Dc's mayor is encouraging people to stay home and watch it all on tv lester. Those accounts office simply awful. Tom thank you. The number of arrests in last week's attack is growing quickly. The fbi now seeking tips with billboards around the country nbc's. Pete williams joins us pete. What's the latest lesser federal prosecutors. Say they're focusing now on the most violent offenders they've opened about three hundred investigations with the rest so far in about a third of them. Some of those arrested are cooperating. Generating more leads. The fbi says it has received an astonishing one hundred forty thousand photos and videos to help identify rioters people or even sending in tips about their own friends and family members as for whether the rioters had leaders prosecutors say it may take months to find that out. Lester alright pete williams tonight thanks in sixty seconds moving vans at the white house and appending impeachment trial. A presidential transition like no other way to the document we. I had a light a candle. I'm chuck rosenberg on my podcast. The oath i talk with people who served with integrity and honor men and women who liked the way this week former. Fbi assistant director. Frank figliuzzi if you're all about harsh rigorous aggressive rules enforcement. You're not going to last very long as an organization because people will hate you for it. Your system won't have credibility they won't report conduct and they won't cooperate with the core values you're trying to maintain so with any disciplinary system with any attempt in your family. Your team your community. Your company to enforce compliance enforce regulations and values. You'd better have compassion along with consequences. Join me for season for the oath and msnbc podcast search for the oath wherever you're listening right now and subscribe new episodes every wednesday day. Hi everyone steve kornacki here. You may remember hosted an nbc news. Podcast called article two inside impeachment. It followed the developments of president. Donald trump's first impeachment last winter the article. Two podcast is back with a special episode bringing you the latest on the second impeachment of donald trump. I'm joined by. Nbc news capitol. Hill correspondent leeann caldwell who was in the capital on the day of the riots to break down the house vote and what a senate trial could look like. Search for article two inside impeachment wherever. You're listening right now to subscribe for free tonight as the president faces a second impeachment trial. We're learning how he'll make his white house exit. Here's peter alexander tonight. President trump the final hours moving trucks outside the west wing but no sign of the president. The vice president pence. Nbc news has confirmed called vice. President-elect kamla harrison thursday belatedly congratulating her and offering assistance with next week's inauguration that unlike the president pence will attend the conversation described as cordial and pleasant at the capitol. Nancy pelosi sidestepping questions about when she'll send that article of impeachment to the senate for trial to be prosecuted by nine house. Democrats so urgent with the matter. They're now working on to taking this to trial and monday. You'll be the first to know. Democrats would need seventeen senate republican votes to convict. President trump an uphill. Climb at least one republican alaska's lisa murkowski at trump critic not indicating how she'll vote but suggesting she's open to convicting the president. I believe that this president has committed an impeachable offense now harris. The incoming vice presidents addressing concerns the trial. That could start as early as curation day will overshadow their agenda. We know how to multitask. There's a reason that word existed in the english language. That's what's gonna be required. We've just learned that. President trump expected to leave the white house hours. Before the inauguration with discussions underway for a ceremonial send-off arriving in florida before biden is sworn in last year alexander. At the white house tonight. Thanks up next a rescue mission by a quick thinking restaurant manager. Police say an eleven year. Old boy is out of harm's way tonight. Thanks to a clever restaurant manager. San brock has the warning. Signs may not have been glaring. Were visible enough. We have some customers years. We've shuki one off the kids. These weeks a loss of bruises on his arm orlando restaurant manager. Flaviano convey value syncing distress from an eleven year. Old boy with his family secretly flashing him this note. Do you need help. What happened when you showed him that sign. He knocked me yes he needs help in he. May this sign with his hands. Timothy wilson the second. The boy stepfather is behind bars. Tonight facing three counts of aggravated child abuse. Police say the boy told investigators his stepfather hit him with a wooden broom tied straps around his ankles and neck and was hung upside down from a door. Even just seeing the pictures. It's absolutely appalling that that this happened to a child. Police told nbc news. Wilson denied the charges though they say the boy's mother kristen swan admitted to knowing about the abuse she's charged with two counts of child neglect the boy in his half sister now in protective custody as the touch and perseverance of another mother. I was ready to grab him and why he lives may have changed. The trajectory of this boy's life san brock. nbc news. good for her up. Next how one. Man's inspiring america with two critical missions.

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"pete williams" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"pete williams" Discussed on KGO 810

"Everyone's familiar with the zip tie guys the month Shoals and the Brocks that were arrested on this on the House floor with ZIP ties rifling through the House floor. People are familiar with online. They see the bar nets and jobs in two worth. Literally rifling through Pelosi's office and stealing items stealing materials, male and sometimes even personal momentos. So those of the cases the public's familiar with their familiar with those cases because of social media, But what the public isn't familiar with is that the FBI working with the U. S attorney's offices across the country and the crux of those being in D. C. We're looking at significant felony cases tied to sedition and conspiracy. Just yesterday, our office organized a strike force of very senior National security prosecutors. And public corruption prosecutors there on Lee marching orders from the ER to build Seditious and conspiracy charges relate to the most heinous acts that occurred in the capital. And these air significant charges that have felonies with a prison terms of 20 up to 20 years. In addition to that we're looking and taking a priority with cases in which weapons were involved and cases in which destructive devices were involved. As people know through news reports there were pipe bombs found outside the capital. The 80 F is working on that metro police is working on that FBI's working on that to find that individual or individuals who planted those devices. So, in addition to just those road cases we're looking at. We're gonna focus on the most significant charges as a deterrent because regardless of if it was just a trespassing the capital or someone planted a pipe bomb, you will be charged and you will be found. In addition to that, we've also focused on in emphasis on assault and batteries on police officers, both both both federal officers and local MPD officers that were assaulted and and as the days go on, there's going to be more social media and people will recognize that in some instances, and PD and Capitol police weren't open handed combat with some buddies. Persons inside the Capitol, where tear gas was used on the Capitol police and federal officers and they were also used against some of these riders, so the picture is going to build. I think there's a lot of misconceptions about what happened within the capital, and it's going to come into a laser focus. I think over the next weeks and days, and I think people are gonna be shocked with some of the agree GIs contact that happened within the capital. 30 react assists that our office is also focusing on is we set up a strike force to focus on assault on the media. Some people aren't familiar that some of those riders specifically targeted members of the media and assaulted them. So we have assigned specific prosecutors in our office to focus on those cases as well. And I'm naming all these different strike forces to just emphasize regardless of who the victim was, regardless of who the perpetrator was. We're treating all of these cases equally. Thank you very much. Was Michael Sherwin, acting U. S attorney in the District of Columbia Answer session. But now they're big question. You may press stars than one when your touchdown phone speakerphone, please. Let's take a few questions here on because I have questions or two The first question is from Pete Williams from NBC News. Please go ahead. Can you clarify for us? What intelligence did the FBI gather before the assault on the Capitol about the potential for violence? And what? How Did it, share it and did it sure to the Capitol police. We received a lot of intelligence like a semi statement. Lot of intelligence information throw all different means be through social media or through CHS is sauces. On Ben. We have a sharing mechanism with J. T. T s across the country have joint terrorism task forces And in this city in D c. We have a very robust jttf. And in that we have Capitol police Park police, MPD and all the other federal law enforcement partners. We shared intelligence through the Jttf model, and we also shared it through our command post structure. And then also through other means of they have access to our information readily available because they have access to our systems, so all that information was shared without partners. And then we went from there. The next question is from Evan Perez from CNN. Please go ahead. What if you could tell us? Perhaps if you found any indication, so far to indicate that you know there was a level of planning and coordination Or for these people to go into the capital on carry out this attack, rather than just a spontaneous Matt Maher that got out of control. And then secondly, if you could, one, at least Senator Schumer has talked about the possibility that some people might be put on the no fly list off the 170 case. Subject files that you've already open. Can you tell us whether you've added new those people to elect a no fly list as a result of what happened? So we look at all along different avenues here. So my agents and analysts and all the other FBI personnel, my office and across the country, a scrubbing video we're talking to. Witnesses were talking to individuals that we arrest and we're gathering that Picture that intelligence if you will to understand what happened on the six that day in the capital outside the capital, we talked to all law enforcement partners and such is the FBI doing. This is all of our law enforcement partners as well that working in conjunction with acting U. S attorneys, Mike Sherman's office And our local office here too, as well. So was sharing that intelligence amongst each other. We're putting into intelligence cycle that the FBI has to to try to ascertain the true picture. What happened that day. As for the No fly list way, look at all tools and techniques that we possibly can use within the FBI. And that's something that we are actively looking at. The next question is from Catherine Herridge from CBS News. Please go ahead. Thank you for holding this event, the two pipe bombs that were found at the RNC and the DNC. This is cross its threshold to domestic terrorism because their political targets And you think this was designed to other pulls first responders away from the scene as the capital was breached, or an effort to maim lawmakers as they evacuated? So I'll try to address that question for the best I can. So yes, those two pipe bombs that were found were found both outside the RNC and the DNC offices near the Capitol grounds. And, uh, look to begin. They were real devices. They were they had explosive igniters. They had timers. We don't know obviously, exactly why they did not go off that's being investigated. They were destroyed Disabled. Capitol police with the assistance of the A T F, and that is all obviously being vetted and investigated. What was the purpose of those devices being planned? Wasn't a diversion ery type of a tactic used by somebody's riders. Was it something or did have some other type of nefarious purpose? So that is what the 80 f the FBI NPD are looking at, as we speak right now and looking for those persons that planted those devices. In terms of the conduct related to planning those, you know, pipe bombs the you know the mention of domestic terrorism. I've mentioned this before..

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Trump's Georgia Phone Call Leaves Allies Fearful for American Democracy

NBC Nightly News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Trump's Georgia Phone Call Leaves Allies Fearful for American Democracy

"President will campaign in georgia tonight as some of his allies. Tell nbc news. They are worried that phone call could depress republican turnout and even harm america's democracy. Lester kristen welker at the white house this evening. thanks tonight. Some house democrats are asking the fbi to investigate. The president's called of georgia official. The question is did it. Break the law pete. Williams has been reporting on this. What do we know lester. Most legal experts say it would be very hard to bring a federal or state criminal case. Federal law makes it a crime to knowingly and willfully attempt to deprive the residents of a state of fair election keyword knowingly a prosecutor would have to prove that the president knew that he lost the election and that meet might be difficult since he seems to think he won. A georgia state law makes it a crime to import tune that is to urge someone to commit election fraud. And there's no knowing requirement the local prosecutor in georgia would need more though than just the phone call possibly including testimony from others in the white house. And that might be hard to get.

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Supreme Court: It's too early to review Trump's census plan

NBC Nightly News

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Supreme Court: It's too early to review Trump's census plan

"Trump won at least a temporary victory today in the supreme court dismissed a lawsuit challenging his plan to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census with more on that. Here's pete williams. The president's plan would for the first time ever leave undocumented immigrants out of the census. I'm with the. Us census bureau figures that are used to decide how many seats the states get in the us house. How many votes. They have in the electoral college and how much they get in billions of dollars of federal grants based on population by a six to three vote. The court dismissed challenge to the trump lansing. There's about it that's unknown. The court said it isn't clear whether the census bureau can even figure out how many undocumented people are here and what effect removing them from the census would have on the states several states with large immigrant population sued to block the plan saying they would lose political power. The lawyers for those states say if president trump's does try to change the census number. They'll file another lawsuit. If that happens. We'll be right back in court Will sue. And i'm very confident that we will be able to get. That policy ruled unconstitutional. When this case was argued just a few weeks ago a majority of the court seemed to think the trump plan would violate the constitution's command that the census include the whole number of persons in each state.

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Kenyan man charged with plotting 9/11-style attack on U.S.

NBC Nightly News

01:08 min | 1 year ago

Kenyan man charged with plotting 9/11-style attack on U.S.

"Fbi tonight. Breaking up plot of nine eleven style attack. Somewhere in the us are pete. Williams has more on the man behind it. The fbi says the plot came from al-shabaab the al- qaeda offshoot in africa. That killed seventy two people at a shopping mall in kenya seven years ago. Investigators say the group was incensed by the trump administration's decision to move the us embassy in israel to jerusalem and plotted to attack americans in response including a plan to hijack a commercial airplane and crash it into a us skyscraper court documents say kenyan men chiloe op de abdullah enrolled in a flight school in the philippines three years ago and did research on how to hijack a plane how to get a us visa and look for information about the tallest buildings here tipped off by us intelligence agencies philippine. Police arrested him in july. Two thousand nineteen with intense coverage by local media. He was brought to the us to face. Terrorism charges appeared today in a new york city courtroom. The fbi says tonight. It's a reminder that oversees terror groups remain committed to attacking americans and are still obsessed with hijacking airplanes.

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Federal appeals court rules that New York prosecutor can get access to President Trump's tax returns

Dave Ramsey

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Federal appeals court rules that New York prosecutor can get access to President Trump's tax returns

"Another blow in the battle to prevent the release of his taxes, according to NBC News Legal analyst Pete Williams. A federal appeals court has ordered trumps accountant to release Trump's tax records to a New York state prosecutor. The court said. The subpoena is not over broad it maybe brought, it said, but it's not over a broad Trump had argued that he should only be asking for material that deals with the hush money payments made by Michael Cohen. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr is asking for eight years of Trump's tax documents. In July, the U. S Supreme Court ruled that the president is not absolutely immune from subpoenas regarding his taxes and other financial documents. The president's attorneys are expected to file an appeal with the Supreme Court. There's a new

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"pete williams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Here's NBC's Pete Williams. She is now being treated for a recurrence of liver cancer. She says It was discovered by a routine scan in February and confirmed by a biopsy. And that she has since May 19th began receiving been receiving chemotherapy. She says she is satisfied her treatment course is now clear, so she is providing this information. She said her most recent scan on July 7th indicated significant reduction of the lesions on her liver and no new disease. She says he is tolerating the chemotherapy well. Is encouraged by the success of her treatment that she will continue to receive chemotherapy Bi weekly to keep the cancer at bay. But she says she is able to maintain an active routine, she says she has kept up with her opinion writing and all other court work. And she ends her statement. With this. I have often said I would remain a member of the court. As long as I can do the job full steam. I remain fully able to do that. NBC's Pete Williams. Here, of course, is why this is big news. There's a 54 conservative majority on the court right now, if something were to happen to justice Ginsburg and she couldn't serve President Trump would be allowed to nominate somebody else. The Senate is controlled by Republicans right now, and it's not just through the election. If he were to lose the election, and she were to come off the court before the inauguration in January. It would still be his play. Here's where it gets more interesting. This happen during the Obama administration near the very end when Antonin Scalia died suddenly and Obama had the chance to appoint somebody and the Republican Senate did not allow that to happen. They held the vacancy. They left the court open. Until President Trump became president. And then he made his choice. Be very interesting to see how this plays out in 3 43 and W T. M. J. When your deal.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Supreme court justice has cancer again

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Supreme court justice has cancer again

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she's undergoing chemotherapy did treat cancer. She says it was discovered by a routine scan in February and confirmed by a biopsy. And that she has since May 19th began receiving been receiving chemotherapy. She says she is satisfied her treatment course, is now clear. MSNBC's Pete Williams Theeighty seven year old justice says the treatment is having positive results. And in a statement released by the court, Ginsberg says she's fully able to continue in her post.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"And I think the very best example of this moment is probably Rely Cola clock effect. I mean by that if you're watching what yergin caucus doing Scouser but everything seems to be getting rights from a point of view of an aspect of the most enlightening. Things made that when I look at is the relationship of the has much. It feels like dodging bombs and feels like they'll do everything Florid Wa. I believe that what you can caucus during the is is buying gain to basic biological leads. Ahmadis number one protection of the tried because again if we take this backer in this is almost sort of maslow's hierarchy of needs but also sort of our DNA is wired for protection. Leon because if we don't have to try than with less likely if we go back hundreds of thousands of years less likely to survive on many levels with Less likely to find food or less likely to ward off animals end of warring factions. Were less likely to keep womb and we're certainly less likely to reproduce so humans human human. Dna is wide for connection the real the that this is why connection masses on a fundamental biological basis. And what it does. It takes you out of stress response into a relaxation response. It could be as simple as I did a couple of years ago. Talking about some of the social connection homos oxytocin being one of oxytocin is the is the hormone that we most not from. Point of view is what mom and baby connects with when she's feeding. And that is a social bonding hormone. But what we see. Is that a simple hand on the shoulder of someone who's having a hard day can release a significant amount of oxytocin. Oxytocin becomes the game distresses. Young ready says just as little Hug for Health for twenty seconds or more releases oxytocin absolutely even with a stranger just a simple hand on the show has been demonstrated to do the same as a so. I would not not only are we seeing this is we're also seeing the effects on the new system is well on again so we're also seeing effects on blood pressure so we're talking about sort of traditional methods of how wet talking about corporate wellness. You can understand house of Labor going. Wow this is something that can really help us. These free of charge not only not only makes the business more predicted a Nazi makes humans more creative more fetig nicer place to work. It's also on every single network layer level. This is starting to influence so again understanding. How would simple things like? What's interesting about humans? We talk to each other on an unconscious ACIS. Mainly acute communication is just so he can go into any officer any day and you can just know people who was ugly and so so I did something with a with a group. Ashir on really. They brought me in to help with resilience. My first question was group of thirty five. I said to them. Does everyone know everyone's name and they didn't. I said so. If we're GONNA TALK ABOUT RESILIENCE. We're going to talk about connection. Surely we should spend a week with sort of stick is on the same. I'm Dave I'm pete or I'm clear so that because a lot of people don't connect because Oh forgotten the name or embarrassed it's like something as simple as let's do a week with stick is on that were. We encourage you to interrupt. Because the social the by the nature of the social connection we can switch status so these again some simple examples of things that validated scientifically from a point of view of humans. In connection in connection with the tribe doesn't cost any money and every single layer and free stage. What we're doing is connecting. I think technology has a huge influence to play on this on as I said before. I'm a massive found enormous. A massive final -nology can brained to organizations on. We all made in the more technological world but the most tech we're going to bring the most SOCI- isolated we may get there higher-tech a higher to- Chapel gaffer gets bigger and bigger and bigger when we have a very recent sad example that time for court and Caroline flack alive three or four days ago and a lot of what we talked about. I think relevant to that social isolation social disintegration technology turning against US and disconnecting rather than connecting. And it's a very sad tragic extreme example of what we're talking about up it's fresh minds. Yeah I think he's a really good example coast obviously on what we knew anything from from a point of view of the individual backgrounds. Now the reason why we can't help hall cells going onto social media is because in a way or DNA's wants him to connect with a try and so we keep going back in and again we're also keep going back. Because maybe there is a resort reward connecting food freeze dried and then this leads into some of our neurotransmitters like dopamine in particular. Which is our reward home again and gets depleted more morning juice as we become more moise isolated and again the word thrown around the moment is socially innovation and which is a massive massive factor so there is a responsibility. I become more connected absolutely us. The best of technology and boats just the basics fundamentals that humans designed to do not to be able to humans. And so you know these are definitely some things that need to be completely rolled out in organizations show but I but again as you said. He's the it comes to the point where people organizations have to understand all be shown. Were we going where the problems? And how can we solve the problems with signs and so is the most important thing is is that a loss of these strategies. Just a custody on that. Then we've got three minutes four minutes left. What would be in your opinion? Let's assume someone's listening in an influential within the organization. They run it. They own it the influential. What would be some of the key takeaways that you WANNA leave? People with really depends what I what I'm keen to do. From a point of view of in every aspects off looking after people but looking after your organization and making the Organiz Ation a best place to work on the more profitable organization. Is the connection between the employees in the tribe and leadership on the board on again. I think I think I bring it to you can clock. I think what you're gonNA little pill at the moment of doom brilliantly is there investors have understood. Were they want to go? They've got clear direction purpose. And they put the finances in to be able to cheat Achieve that and then they got the probably the best example of the conductor of the orchestra at the moment and this is a people person. Yeah you know that is absolutely clear when you see his team at the end. He is literally hugging you. Sons and everything about from replied to deal with just basic physiology and it feels for Ryan's that he's doing this. Oh said that the connection with fans absolutely with the club internally I would imagine as well. It is a wonderful example of leadership brilliantly. I am I think the key on this is that people are all assigned shows is that we can connect with your employees. The more works they will choose to date foliage. Yeah the more time that able. You know what? I'll call the phone. So it's not a problem for got away coffin Afterward because I feel as though I mean we something and I'm doing good for my tried. So what can you do feel? It's getting them to understand. I think it needs people like you to go in and sort of start to discuss these aspects of where we are standing. We've medicine Networks all sits together. You know how we can have health and wellness connection in particular and it doesn't cost anything so again would where the balance in points off from a point of view of technology and I'll give you one great example of this but just to finish off the all singing all dancing. Diamond in the rough. As far as a health tech company was a company called Ari Vail now I reveal went. Bankrupt and reveal was probably the highest level of technology on individual basis. You combine do not everything tested and so highest tech in high technology having spoken to some of the people behind the scenes because when it went bankrupt What was the problem on? They said too. Much tech to listen so CH- prize so the example of that is if we are moving away from what humans designed today that is relationships connection coach. All within an organization were developing more and more tech con. Forget about it took in. In fact some me the more tech the more Hoste go began over wise human. Stop being given. Yeah and then we have a real problem because we lose all those fundamental connections and then we see the sharp increases of seeing now. Taking mental health is a major aspects. And again yes we can look physiology and genetic predispositions but humans need to feel safe and they need to feel safe because they feel as the tribe is the tribe has got them. Lt. More for you. From our point of view of the help and don't Only evidence in all the signs points I. If you can build the right tribe they will pay you back in booklets yeah brilliant. I think that's a great place to leave it as my takeaway. I think is if you have a lot of teco. Even if you don't just take a look does matter if you run organizations. You're not working at the moment of what what it is. You do have a look at the level of connection and the depth of connection. You got in your life you know. Do you have a good network of friends and family and people that might inspire unique well connected to animals to nature of your hobbies and all that kind of stuff brilliant. Brennan has ever on. Can I just give you one caveat to end with yes absolutely agree with the with many executives that we tend to look after there is one thing I say is that you must have the ability to have sunk to daily and so if you're in a stressful environment it would you need to have that connection outside of work whatever that is as you just reeled off various different aspects. Count what we call. Them have is stressful environmental going through a stressful environment at home. Because your brain navigates the opportunity to see the sides of the coin. Yeah and then we start to get into trouble over time. Yeah Bang on..

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"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"Kind of thing you're getting out yet it's like everything gets onto stumbling that again we're talking about networks how face it networks so whilst we can work on an individual basis if we're not taking into account owner organizations not taking into account the sewed suppose what's the word. I'm looking for here. It the president of the company you know a the what's the word describes the complete mission vision values therefore purpose. Yeah Yeah I I again. What we're trying to do. It might work less stressful more empathetic. Because then we're GONNA have changes in the brain and we're GONNA GET CHANGES IN DECISION MAKING. So that's what we're trying to do so it so certainly going on again if you look at some of the strategies for mental health. It's toll too so the reason why we're doing out is because as the show empathy from someone arrows has huge implications not only stress response or also on the by chemistry no also also from the point of view of hormone Perspective on hold organizations to stop buying gaining and the reality is this comes down to organizations having having tonight decisions about what are we doing is an organization. Just didn't Miss Purity's in business to make profit yet or are we doing this Crawford with the is where we look. After all people and again it's understanding health encompasses lots and lots of different stronger in lots and lots of different networks that are all interconnected and so. I think that's where you start. I think what's going to happen. Is that organizations are going to have to bring in people who can make gives them the bigger picture a little bit more and I look at sent me what we see from through systems biology perspective and we look at whole aspects of health wellness medicine from a point of view of we all the doctor the Orchestra. We know how everything fits together yet. We may not be experts with regards to the woodwind section and so you can bring someone in from their standards or we might not be good on the cushy but we'll just on how it all together I think there is going to be. I do think in the future. We're going to see is director of wellness in larger organizations. Say while the system's inking crime ticket like you know system networks of how chievements exists is not dissimilar to how companies I exist and I see companies as living breathing entities from point of view with a lifespan in a life cycle very much very similar. Let's acumen I think there's a lot that organizations and intake fraum biology and systems biology. Because if we look at that we know we know that if we look at very suspect subsistence. Let's have a look at what we used to in the stunned about. What we know about the house is actually beat by the mall. Very that beats is a healthy. Haas's when we look at something like the the Mitra Bio which again if we look at where we're going with. Humans networks and with medicine and health is growing in nets. Two-decade it will. It will be absolutely dominated. I understanding our relationship with microbes. If we go onto the stand where we've been as humans. We have to upset that humans now at being sons. And what we call Colombians in a hello is where you have two different species own collection of species in one body if you like existing for the good of folks and when we know about human we know Humza more and bacterial cells than they are cells and so we have two sets that we've got a huge network. We've got a huge family huge community and if we keep all aspects of all communities together they all work together for the greater good and so we're looking at this from a point of view of diversity of species and how I look at. Is that what we see if we go? Back to the micro bio what. We understand by micro bio presence. Is that the mold. Diverse species of bacteria terror there is existing in August intestinal track rollover the body. And we know that it is more chance of being healthy the more diverse so so. I always say to patients look. This looks like we want microbiology. like a rainforest as opposed to a cornfield. Because let's shoot a comb field gets attacked. Homefield goes down. He has a lack of diversity and sustains when we we applied up to rainforest what we find that is the rainforest could lose a few species Trouble because it has a diversity and flexibility in systems. I am absolutely convinced that needs to hopkins to organizations. That organizational frameworks for those frameworks ultimately need to be flexible in diverse in t be able to respond to an ever changing business world. Yeah I agree with you. I think that kind of device a lot talk about diversity and inclusion now. I love the idea that director wellness spoke about a few minutes ago. Someone who can sit the talk of globalization? Because I think well being should be you know a board level interest by the well being of the board but it should be the board and the CEO who for whom wellbeing ultimately sets. It shouldn't be tucked away in occupational health right jaw but while I absolutely agree on. I think there's two things that I would say to that. Look we understand the businesses fundament to make profit remaining Moving into a world that we have a big responsibility for people in planets in everything else again. We talk about networks with something about networks within networks from the networks. I'm regardless of way you. Will you decide to drop the stone in the pond? The ripple effect will go all the way across so whatever we're affecting things has a bigger effect somewhere else. Yeah for good or bad. Yeah absolutely so the key that I would say to. All if there are any executives listening gonNA listen to your podcast is it. It is proven proven proven in the signs that if you opt in to a well-designed strategy from a wellness perspective. The off awhile returns a huge. So you'll making money from the aspects of well-designed strategy but again you know these strategies on again from my experience of being ortganizations. It's a difficult buying at the moment because it is a bit like building a brand new business to say. Here's what we want to go with this his the timeframe that we want to do this he is where we're going to need to invest in. But I absolutely agree. I think it's a bit like football football director of football absolutely going to need to develop a director wellness sits above occupational health sits both HR. Absolutely I want to change direction. Slightly took him in a bad connection a book that I have little me talk about law as lost connections by Johann Hari. I'm not sure if it's one you've read but when we were planning this book 'cause we were talking about connection and the importance of that in the context of Network Medicine on network wellbeing. If you like you know just talk to me a bit about your thoughts on the importance of connection for mental health or physical health for wellbeing. Well I suppose what we tried to discuss just before when we were talking about. How the brave is why are in a bit of a catch twenty two because if all brain is winding itself to protect you now just because the environment is in here in more stressful than we're GonNa have a society that continues to be more about selves. So so I think I think. Definitely saying yes. Of course I mean. I've never seen so much conflict in the world and hate and hey I didn't so so there's a responsibility from the point of view while you know a lot of some of that is not ofo none what I mean by that is if your brain is wired to protect you. It's wide for saying it gets tougher out the formula. Why you to see more selfish and we have a responsibility make some decisions about connections and about how that is so important. From the point of view of what we do with the whales ultimately. What is the purpose of the organization? How do we connect what I would say connection? Also pay just as to jump in for you you go. I guess I just want to stress. I it's not just connection to people purpose values it's also connections to meaningful work to animals to each other to yourself your family. Your friends to the environment is a vast number of options in attempts at connection. Isn't that thought sunk connection? Well if we look at humans basic needs and I think this is the I always call the power of the tribe.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

"Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm your host Leeann Spencer at our guests returning. It was one of my original guests on the show probably to office ago. Now he is Pete Williams. He is an exercise and medical scientist to champions. The functional medicine approach to making individuals. More healthy is a ton of qualifications and exercise physiology a masters of medical science. He TRAINED WITH THE WALL. Hallamshire hospital in Sheffield fellow. The Royal Society of Medicine and his specialities reverse in the long term effects of stress. They graduated from two thousand and four from Union Street to Functional Medicine and now runs an organization functional medicine associates based in Harley Street. Which is where I think. He's speaking to me from now. So Pete Welcome to the show Kentucky back can WANNA good to be back? Yeah well cool. We just went through what we'd like to talk about and I don't WanNa waste another minute with pleasantries. Let's get stuck straight eggs on it as a whole ton of stocks. I think people are going to really enjoy listening to so the theme of this podcast is network medicine. Can you give me a fairly pissy? Definition what that is well I think relevant for today's podcast. I suppose if I take you about two word I. I became aware of this this paper by Chat Cold Bar. Easy in Premier Medical Journal into on seven and the title was network medicine from obesity to the disease. I'm really what he was saying about. That is that he believes in many believe that. Abc is a disease on a disorder that hasn't infectious Nature Morte meant by an infectious nature. Jerry but from a network perspective Network medicine is let's humans can become infected again. Met is invited like the customer infection but an infection from a point of view of the people who they tend to associate the study showed was that if he by nature have a friend who is overweight by the simple nature of that relationship. You'll hundreds fifty two sent more likely to be overweight over time. Simancas that relationship. Yeah I really. They sort of stocks did. It'll still understand that as you know. Humans not just from a by a chemistry from by chemical genetic point of view but also from the people that they choose to exist with family friends and importantly the colleagues and those are the big picture after that is their organization. So what we're looking at. Is that humans hunt these multiple network. The influence the health positively negatively initials disabused How as you say if you choose have friends and again I know. It's probably a little bit. Delicate is a subject but when looking at the science if you are a normal white person who has a relationship with soon as overweight very nature of that relationship. Your chances of your health deteriorating points of view becoming more of way isn't very very striking. From a point of view. The numbers were leading into now. And again this sort of lead into the field of what we call social genomics which is never word for talking about network medicine if it really is a friends family colleagues and organization have a huge influence on how we exist with. I'm going to be healthy over. We're going to have to leave ill from those relationships so it goes beyond weights. Doesn't that it could be anything could be propensity towards being kind to what's being aggressively. Yep Yep so there are lots of lot I always get. I always give the great example Very very old friends like drink and as a consequence if I want to keep that relationship it's usually down the I'm not really a drink it I know I'm being significantly influenced and social grooten social pressures of incredibly strong. Because I go to to that every time we meet knowing quite welcome only going out drinking you end up three answer. There is a negative influence of a social group. And so we're seeing this more and more ticket Recall ORGANIZATIONS. They need to be moving into the understanding of how we influencing our colleagues. Our work is from a view of maybe. What is the purpose of the organization? Were we Elise how well we being led and that sort of expands it more more away from the sort of fundamental basics of us to think from Harrison points-of-view off shoots which caused a very important exercise accent Starting to find more more intricate networks that Cubans meaning and we need the Sun. Those were these It's very relevance currently because I think the power of technology is a I think if you look in science becoming more and more of a problem so the May the key for is that yes. We should obsolete bees in tech but the more high tech. We need to go the more high took. She needs to go about that. Well if I take a couple of steps back and we can talk about basic biology wise the brain how X. Zone Colo- the fundamental thing that again we about stress in humans is human. What he's number one job every day and it really is every second of every minute of every hour. Every day is to sort of look around the environment using senses in say. Am I safe in this situation? That's number one process and that is driven by distressful months. So this is why we always have a problem with stress because who is just doing its job. It's making show that it is interacting with the outside world on. Its consistently telling you messages on my safe around my not safe when we exist in environment. Typically London would be at great environment Cocoa we all know inherently. It's a stressful environment. What happens is the brain? Which is trying to be effective. Why is on our decision making to say okay so life is in him stressful so therefore I need to why my brain to get more a more efficient it dealing with wrestling. The problem with that overtime is what happens. Is the incense humans overall evolution of essentially developed three brains and the sort of brain sits on top of each other? I talk about this. Why human being this. Oh such a successful species is because we have now have this really big From prefrontal CORTEX from I call the prefrontal. Cortex the adult in the room. Because it's the Soda can make better decisions less emotional decisions little bit more experienced decisions making and so when more empathetic through the PREFRONTAL CORTEX? We have more compassion. Now that the difficulty with that's all it's time is that when your brain is wired for more and more stressful environments it starts to rely on its old brain called the Mickley amid violent so we sought to sort of make decision making is based on protection of self protection of the great and to do that what happens then is we become more selfish. We commode narcissistic. We become less about the group. A more about self release compassionately entity so this is the difficulty with Moment is because asking people to be more and I said to be more compassionate winning the catch twenty two Leon. Because you've got to change. Everything hosts social straws How the way we live? Our lives has to be changed because all brain his wife or stressful environment while we continue in a stressful Our living now we always going to our brains by hamstring away. It's wide says neurology. Neurons are all going to or going to Wyatt protect south. We know from studies that what happens is way as in more more. More of a stressful environment is actually a lot of the signaling neurons. In the PREFRONTAL CORTEX ARE EMPATHETIC COMPASSIONATE. Prayed they actually shrivel and what we see is on the the Old Brain. Olympic rain in the MUKTA and they also signals the strengthen and physiology and neurology strengthening to protect self more more more more stressful life gets outside so this ready has a huge responsibility for as a planet Fisho but also a must often corporations organizations as well. Is that at some stage. We're going to make a change because that why is more for risk off until health issues. E 'cause with lesson Fenwick or less likely to inquire about the tribe or protect tried and so again we're in this catch twenty two of our trying to change. Humans from our point of view changed the network made the network more compassionate more into an a nine when your body the individual goes out every day. We'll work isn't so stressful. And you know sunset Is being a little more and exit therefore my your brain will off to assess the situation over time starts wire it itself against immoral from the point view. Our decision making these tree from coast at decision making and less point of view. That is selfish. Playing this of the Olympic Amila Noah Song. Make sense it does. Are you saying that the organizations need to when you said any change? Are you talking around the approach distress at the drivers? Exasperate exasperates stress. I mean I guess that's just one facet obey. But he's that.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Remove the Guesswork: Health, Fitness and Wellbeing for Busy Professionals

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Philadelphia: U.S. Supreme Court to hear religious fight over same-sex foster care

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00:21 sec | 2 years ago

Philadelphia: U.S. Supreme Court to hear religious fight over same-sex foster care

"The US Supreme Court will hear a case involving religious freedom same sex couples and foster parenting legal analyst Pete Williams says the case come from the city of Philadelphia which ended a long time contract with Catholic social services the city discovered that the charity would not allow gay parents to enroll in the foster care program here he sued the city on religious freedom

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"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Three you know no good responded by telling tumbling racing in the front court for Cincinnati jump no good by Pete Williams we've got a hole in the bell catcher hoping to get a goaltending call as well as the attempted watch shot involved somebody grabbing the net but apparently not Pete Williams will go to the line to shoot to Williams can give Cincinnati the lead if he can hit a a free throws I was called and Gresham is for first shot is two thirty three I'm surprised no one on the big try the alert the head coach of hello is short and it's rebounded by Grimes of Houston fifty nine all within forty five days ago the builders have it in the front four lines how does it for the short one a white driving spinning into the lane doubled still has the three thirty three seconds all what was yeah over the phone noble regular doubles three seconds instead of always called for swinging the elbow and Cincinnati gets the ball with a tied score into thirty six to go and that's five files five on Fabian white junior so Fabian why who had not here he had filed out seven times in the previous two years but never this year becomes the second Houston player done for the night Dejan zero accepted for Williams and now baby in white gone after picking up his fifth foul trace got withholding is growing and he's looking at these wanted to the sidelines Cincinnati's Paul fifty nine all the score their cats have not met since the early going gerund tumbling passes for Trayvon Scott three point shot for the lead no good offensively and that is in seventeen the please vote he got his.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"These guys are veterans they understand they they used to winning and I got to continue to make what he plays down the stretch forty two thirty nine Cincinnati Jeremiah the quarter three responded by Ferguson Procida had it stolen by Keith Williams right hello this is Doug firs that made the right idea there just to let Williams don't so we don't have to make ESPN highlights later on at night now it's still in another break away for Keith Williams still Pete Williams had a top five seven forty six thirty nine he moves like that line don't worry he wants the way of the whatever it takes to win okay has it in the front court Raymond being defended tightly by the freshman Jeremiah Davenport passes outside the arc for Ferguson he drives try defeated under the basket records has the ball but he fell to the ground he gets Colgate will keep it with four seconds left issue Hannah takes is that the other twelve it'd be a time about a standing ovation our cats after the defense the outburst provided by Keith Williams we have ten twenty to go Cincinnati on top forty six to thirty nine for the C. D. as broadcast cable bearcat hoops presented by your shipping our newsradio seven hundred W. O. W..

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"pete williams" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Inaccurate and these were four different warns Jake were were got approval from a court and in each case the FBI simply failed to update the information for for the judges that we're reviewing these Warren's failed updated updated version. Here's James Call Me. Do you think had that in mind today. We need knowledge. The mistakes talked about taking steps to fix a FIS program which also in the report appears to have some serious ask serious weaknesses I think so I mean the report found lots of mistakes. That's really significant. Really unfortunate. But that's why do I g reports and so that's good that he's jumped on that and here is what Ray said Christopher Ray the FBI director plus the biggest takeaway and the most important takeaway from the report for you. Well I think there's a number of takeaways that are important. One that we fully cooperated with this independent review to we fully accept its findings and recommendations nations Pre that the inspector general did not find political bias for improper motivations impacting the opening running of the investigation or the decision to use certain investigative tools during investigations including including Pfizer. But that the Inspector Inspector General did find A number of instances were employees either failed to follow our policies neglected to exercise exercise appropriate diligence or in some other way fell short of the standard of conduct and performance that we that I as director expect of all of of our employees but again we are I am ordering forty over forty corrective actions to address all those things in way too robust and serious And we're determined to learn the lessons from this report and make sure the FBI emerges from this even better and stronger they're going to need to to The FBI has undermined its own credibility on the right because of its handling of this and now the inspector general has come out and you bet mainstream media sources pointing out. They really did screw up a lot. Pete Williams is on on NBC and MSNBC One of the best reporters in the business business when it comes to this stuff He genuinely is a well respected reporter on the right and the left listened to what Pete Williams says in his summation of the report.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Slowest baseline turn in the hope lay up like my control layout but it took so long you know you see Anthony lamb and you see how explosive offense if he can be he's not very athletic so we use a lot of pump fakes and pivot centers try to lose you it goes in his favorables times have been hello every so often and veracity Miami has seven points in the game select the Looney Tunes character hello are you happy people there comes a second policy it is no good and Trayvon Scott with excellent rebound for Cincinnati forty three thirty one Bearcats eighteen thirty seven left in regulation yeah add that with this team is a three point shot by David Kopel and no good rebound hits the floor chase down my Trayvon Scott great hustle Pete Williams into the paint press both puts it up no good battle for the rebound one by Anthony lab voters got poked in the face get a head on his mouth the head of lamb in his tooth is loose he's grabbing his no blood so far good some he got called for committing the fall with his face this first phase plant now is in the mouth piece should be wearing one anyway no saves it in balance police say the two per month paramount's run the other way here's a pass under the basket off the pick off the fingertips of Davis Cincinnati comes with a loose ball that sounded in the front court leading by twelve Pete Williams Courtney so comfortable he puts the ball of gave it to Chris relocated to the corner get into position Chris gave it right back to work knowing his role Chris is not taking this out today he gets to the bad persons if he doesn't shoot your run the team finds shooters and they can perform as a freshman Keith Williams with a fifteen percent three point shooter these three for three tonight is better than forty percent for this season and we have a time out eighteen oh one left in regulation Cincinnati has a fifteen point lead forty six to thirty.

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"pete williams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Been great shows every day Pete Williams had appointed Donald Trump oldest up all week long we hide it for you it's funny sometimes I go back and review what we talked about on Monday morning it was like eight weeks ago I was just going to say it's an eternity right away yes it does it really does the new cycle changes so quickly and it's so this so much it's so complicated even I mean it I'm not complaining at all but this just as so many angles and you have to know everything I I and then there is that it's all changes like that since our right right that's why some of the last forty minutes that's what makes our show the best show in New York are you talking about the JFK assassination was a nice break believe it or not about such a tragic event but it was different wasn't impeachment wasn't right debate and then these guys I was terrific I hear you but now the now with black go back to the impeachment stop the president actually gave it a lengthy interview on fox and friends this morning and boy did he say about full who's here with with tell me about your tell me how to do see and a friend of what's in it Aynsley Aynsley okay good friend what's your name thanks about your good buddy will call this finally a funny kind of called Adam Schiff and no jobs with Coleen as it was a guest on this was scheduled I once got scheduled I guess he wanted do some PR with the conclusion of the the political lynching that's been going down there in Washington the it ended yesterday and again as I said earlier the same ship different day and now they're on a two week hiatus is Congress so we're up in the air as to what happens next you listen of for example listen to me they have nothing impeachment is over and as a matter of fact Chuck Conder greed with me that agreed with us this morning leave it or not that he doesn't think they convinced that I don't know what he's going to send them a semi see maybe tells us something different but he he essentially agreed with us my I posted to a posited it to him that's the question now is not whether the Democrats can win over some Republicans but whether some of the Democrats will defect and join the Republicans to already have in voting against well I don't know about that but you know what what's funny is he did say that there's not up there to impeach a guy we also thought he was guilty he and he's done the same thing with the Russian collusion Chuck Todd believes that president trump was guilty of something with Russia he still does so even though but what he cannot take it or what what what we eat he just thinks that whatever trump dogs legally they can't prove these things but he absolutely thinks that Donald Trump had something to do with Russia and he said what's this morning I asked him I said don't you think the last couple of days was a waste of money say absolutely not we heard a lot of stuff last couple of days that was very very alarming but not likely what's nothing right exactly nothing no no crime no not the good guy was as far as we can tell as far as I know in fact as far as the evidence shows he was doing his job that's what he was doing you don't like the way he does it he twists alarms you do you know you back channel phone calls the over he skips over a couple of disgruntled bureaucrats well the hell with you I mean that's a you know they they they they will they will bomb the leftovers to begin with and in his mind he was going to do things a different way foreign aid no we're going to put a hold on it first and double check to make sure this new president is not corrupt like the last guy was I'm not just giving away the money plus we want we'll find out what happened in twenty sixteen yeah the Ukrainians did metal in the twenty sixteen election they helped Hillary Clinton out that is the reason why Paul mana forties in jail today that's a fact and so there was an election meddling by the Ukraine he wanted to find out he was also worried about you you're a why are we protecting Ukraine against Russia when the Europeans who have stand more to lose a close in Russia and they're not they're not pulling up their fair share that's what his concerns were a that's the bottom line he was doing is damn job that's we elected to do put America first not Ukraine first anyway here is talking about the well we'll play that clip about Adam Schiff Julie crazy I mean Adam Schiff is is a nut job listen to this Adam Schiff gets up before Congress and he made up my statement right who made that statement if you heard Adam ships made up version of my call I mean it was the worst thing I've ever heard I said how can that be possible and you know the sad part because he made in the halls of Congress use immunity IGN soon yeah Adam Schiff the when he was doing that that mock reading of the transcript I want you to make up something on my opponent I mean he actually did say that we should get that again I mean he completely bald faced lie what what about what was on the transcript and a lot of people took it it's a good idea as gospel they they're like wow this is really in the transcript so he's right about that it was he was slandered in Congress the cancel because his immunity because he was in Khan who's just a regular guy he would so so he also what went on play this clip of the next one please we couldn't have any witnesses we want to call the whistle blower but you know what I want is the first witness because frankly I want to try to you know I didn't think I could have it you wanna try whatever I want I would later number one they should never ever impeached he wants a trial and I mentioned that earlier this morning the democratic the Democrats are actually thinking of maybe I would just do a censure or something like that maybe we won't vote on articles of impeachment because reality start to set in if they have a Senate trial the the Republican Senate will subpoena the fake phony whistleblower the CI a deep state rats and bugs and the buds hunter Biden and a lot of other people SO woman named Alexandra chalupa who is the DNC official who actually did collude with the Ukrainians to get dig up dirt on the trump campaign I mean that's a big deal that's what the whole accusation was about trump and the Russians they did it with Ukrainians and there's other things involved as well this one will further development about the the FBI they were actually have a criminal investigation of an FBI agent regarding a spying on the trump campaign that's a huge development but the we did talk about that this morning that's that's to come that announcement will be made in early December who are doing this bill Barr the inspector general and bill Barr okay both of them so do the the report is that it's been confirmed by fox news that an FBI agent is being criminally investigated okay in that now he did say one more thing that the president we have this on tape pickles Adam Schiff is a sick puppy he is a it's it's been incredible now what you're going to see I predict will be perhaps the biggest scandal in the history of our country political scandal but I guess that's the biggest because what's more important if you're talking about that would you mean by that I think you're going to see things that are going to be incredible if it's if it's done right and I purposely stay out ideal.

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"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To the short cornering Pete Williams powers his way up toward the hole and dropped a two shot foul like I said earlier keys to victory I think interior is our vantage this game from what I heard Drake is out with a couple big man is game and I feel like Cincinnati's trying to exploit the interior play Drake is missing is six six senior starter Tremella Murphy serving a five game suspension after Drake student was accidentally shot in the head during a party in his apartment free throw by Keith Williams is up in in kind of a bizarre story from L. Murphy the player was charged with making a false report to the police and discharging a firearm second free throw up an answer keep makes a boat and the Bearcats trailed three to apparently accidentally fired a gun that went through a wall and hit somebody in the head thankfully the victim is going to make a full recovery has the ball Cincinnati up by a point and dribbling into the pain stops near the low block picks it into the corner now a driving shot by starts around the rim no good rebound scooped up by Robbins the seven footer misses the put back both grabs the rebound and outlets to explaining Chris McNeill Cincinnati in the frontcourt Cumberland in front of the Drake bench waits for a pick from Scott dribbles a couple of times passes up top for both at the right point it's Keith Williams Williams drive in the left hand feeds it under the hood for both and is way up is up but it is good to see Cincinnati attacking the pain not settle with the threes and taking their advantage there are bigger and stronger injury Cincinnati for three three we played about two and a half minutes ten driving past McNeil follow a shot the bank said in cast defense has to get a lot better keep in a ball on their chests and keep it in in front to stop the penetration yup five four after that driving bank shot by Roman pen Cincinnati has it in the front court Cumberland between the circles hellfire three his shot is too strong rebound gets batted toward the sideline and it's out of bounds of Cincinnati your income is going to try to find his rhythm early here don't be surprised you take a couple tough ones or couple long ones the early gets into his rhythm the better it is for the Bearcats jerit is for six from outside the arc this year Penn dribbles past center court make the older fans robin said to pick McNeil I beg your pardon pen gives up his dribble on the three point line looks like the switch no Wessel DJ welcomes outside the R. gives it right back the pan stock market ten drives to the free throw line fires into the corner for starts looking down low for Robbins bounce feed to the low block the seven footer Robbins fall away shot ball and that's a thirty second violations committed by Drake really good defense that America has a great interior defense back first vote and that's what I want to see I want to see both the TV to be physical in their dominate his position and so people that it's not going to be easy to score on media.

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"pete williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Just his beliefs on stuff he's saying our part of a much larger thing that that's what he's that's what this is about for these people it's about taking down immigrants and he is fully aware of that I'm sure all right Ben Collins stand by and when you get more information please let me know I believe I'm just checking with our control my believe I'm gonna go to Pete Williams upbeat mood a judge is talking let's let's listen to him in Las Vegas that sounds for thousands of Americans and to white nationalism is evil and it is inspiring people to commit murder and it is being condoned at the highest levels of the American government and has the first time I became aware that our country was under attack most people in my generation I think was the nine eleven and for a hot minute we all swore up and down that we were going to be different it was gonna change us being attacked who's gonna bring out the best in this country that's what we said well how about this time we've got decisions to make right now I just saw a picture before I came out here they are lining up down the block and passes to give blood just two things to hear after October one and they're doing it because you feel like at least you can do some they're close to where it's happening so least they can do something and so can we if we have the courage to we've got a decision are we or are we not prepared to stand up to the corporate gun lobby are we or are we not prepared to stand up to the evil of the white nationalism in this country I'm sorry that's off topic I'm very proud of my labor plan I'm sure will be but it is great I hope but I just that's the only thing I can think about is I walked on the station on but I am very judge talking Las Vegas as we have been dipping into a lot of the candidates they are in Las Vegas for a public service form we will continue to get reaction from the candidates in.

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"pete williams" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Ownership opportunities. They look at investments they wanna make in the community in. That is a major issue with we dealt with over the last eight years, and it will be a major issue in the four years going forward. Mccarthy I elected in two thousand eleven reelected in two thousand fifteen attorney generally embar says he's working to make as much of the Mona report public as he can NBC news legal correspondent, Pete Williams says bars following the rules that are set forth. The attorney general under the special counsel rules is required to produce exactly zero to the public. So everything the bar is doing here is beyond. What is required to do by the special counsel regulations in a house hearing today bar said, he's still working on reactions involving confidential material noted he hopes to release the redacted report within a week bar stressed special counsel, Robert Muller played no role in crafting his for paid summary to congress last month. Democrats demanding. Report without reductions full star Laurie Lachlan and her husband being formally indicted by a federal grand jury in the major college admission scandal US attorney's office in Boston says the couple are more than a dozen other parents and are more than a dozen other parents face charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and digital kind of conspiracy to commit money laundering. This comes after fellow. Actress Felicity Huffman, thirteen other people agreed to plead guilty in the scandal. As yesterday Lachlan husband are accused of paying a half million dollars in bribes to get their two daughters in the university of southern California as crew athletes..

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Former Trump Aide to Help Run CNN's 2020 Election Coverage

Channel 33

02:54 min | 3 years ago

Former Trump Aide to Help Run CNN's 2020 Election Coverage

"News last week. CNN hired Sarah is Gir Florus as as an editor of it's twenty twenty campaign coverage Florus, we learned cut a pretty conventional path Republican politics she worked with the Romney and Ted Cruz campaigns. She was nominally a never Trump person while working for curly vereen in two thousand sixteen and then she became a spokesman for Jeff Sessions a job which required her to go to the Oval Office and profess her feel t to Trump as the Washington Post reported after joining CNN one of the staffers told Maxwell Tanny of the Daily Beast. It's extremely demoralizing for everyone here, this is where we open our drawer. And plus the now familiar list of. Politicos who became journalist, Tim russert? Right. Diane Sawyer, George Stephanopoulos, and may be most comparably in this case Pete Williams who was a Pentagon spokesman. And Cheney aide is now a Justice department reporter for NBC couple of issues the came out of this number one. Is there an amount of time that needs to elapse before someone goes from politico to journalist, right? Anybody thinks no one can do this. Right. But there were people who said it's too soon. You know, this is to direct what if you just waited a little while. I guess I don't go to think tank on what she was going to do. In the meantime, yeah, I did let this up. So in George Stephanopoulos case Bill Clinton wins reelection of nineteen ninety six in a month later, George Stephanopoulos, working for ABC news. So you know, and it's weird. Right. Because if you're hiring somebody for politics, they're at their maximum value the moment, they leave politics. Sure. So I don't quite get the argument that. There should be some mandatory waiting period. She college basketball for year before they. It's been there. Mandatory year at Duke. Yeah. It's it is an interesting argument. And I think that you know, it's easy to look at these sort of case by case, and certainly other cases where you can you can fairly easily justify it. Right. I mean, George Stephanopoulos was I mean, I was what in college at the time. I mean, I feel like bit. But I even remember then being such sort of an odd ball situation where he was way more in demand than it than I could really comprehend didn't really understand the like the allure of him. And even when he was you know, when he turned up on good Morning, America. Whatever I'm still just sort of like what is George Stephanopoulos, contributing to this. But you know, it's he's had a healthy career. And and sort of hard to argue with success. Then you kind of get to the the, you know, the rest of the list. I mean, they're certainly people that I don't think you mentioned Chris Matthews, but but their put and and Russ in this. In the similar in kind of similar category. Where?

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"pete williams" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"They can go anywhere and investigate anyone in their jurisdiction and look for any crime going back as long as the statute of limitations goes, and so the idea that they are poking around and Donald Trump's business dealings going back. Many years must be very disquieting for President Trump kin one final question we've been hearing. Now, it seems like from the beginning of the molar investigation that the molar investigation is about wrap up. We heard it was going to wrap up into blast weaker maybe this week. Then we got the news on Friday. Now, it's not going to end up this week. Stay tuned. Do we know for certain that this thing is going to wrap up very soon or? Is this just more of the sang, it's not more of the same. Of course, we don't know anything for certain when it comes to Robert Muller. But all signs are pointing to the notion that he is wrapping up Pete Williams says he's in the ninth inning Justice department officials and congressional ficials have all told us this. It seems likely that the reason they announce it they weren't going to receive the report this week is because they didn't want to step on the president's trip overseas and this important summit with the leader of North Korea. But look all signs are pointing to the idea Muller has reduced the number of attorneys in his office. He is brought in US attorneys from Washington DC on the stone case from the beginning. Which is the first time that has happened in a Robert Muller case. And we are reporting is that he began reporting writing his report back in August. And so we believe that the report will be delivered. Now that doesn't mean that the investigation stops. Obviously, there are other cases that are pending that he will hand off to US attorneys, and there may have been things he's farmed out that we don't even know about that will continue. But in terms of this main quest. Of coordination with Russia. We believe the Robert Muller's close to delivering his final verdict on that. But and you bring up a great point the investigations go on a lot of people are expecting Robert Muller to deliver. This death blow that will send Donald Trump tumbling his knees and rolling out of Washington. That's not who Robert Muller is he's conservative with a small c he'll get the information pass it along the congress, but also can really quickly, and then we'll get to the rest of the rest of our guests. But but really quickly. The southern district of New York poses the greatest threat there also other US attorneys that he may pass other information along to he's done a lot of legwork. And now this goes to prosecutors possibly on the federal level some state prosecutors can pick these up these investigations do not stop. They actually moved to places where actually US attorneys can go after illegal wrongdoing, actually, even more aggressively without being under the glare political spotlight. So yeah, you say you're making to important points here. Joe I on Russia. Even if Robert Muller doesn't deliver a massive conspiracy indictment on the Russia question that doesn't mean there wasn't wrongdoing. That doesn't mean there isn't a scandal. He may deliver a report that discusses potentially impeachable offenses. It may be that the Trump team were were unwilling dupes of a Russian intelligence operation that's a scandal. That's that's gonna be very important for congress. And then in terms of criminal matters. You're right there are these other investigations into the inaugural. Committee into the Trump business dealings. I mean Michael Cohen is already implicated the president in a campaign finance felony. Which for some reason, we're not talking about every day, which we would be to know the presidency. So yeah, this is not over by a long shot. I I saw this incredible feat. Can't thank you so much would be really breach. It. I saw this incredible to Twitter feed last night. Casey that that actually picked out all of the people that would have served under Hillary Clinton. And had they Eric who's from Gary, and okay, and he went step by step about what would have happened. If all of these Hillary Clinton people had been arrested, convicted or accused, etc, etc. John Podesta we're about to serve life in prison..

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"pete williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"pete williams" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Trump asked Whitaker if you could put US attorney Jeffrey Berman in charge of the Cohen probe NBC's. Pete Williams has the latest. The time story says that Jeffrey Berman who had been the US attorney appointed by President Trump had recused himself, actually, US attorney can't recuse themselves. The senior people as I understand it. If the US attorney's office had made the determination that given the fact that this was an investigation that touched on the president it wouldn't be appropriate for him to be involved. And the time says that's what Whitaker was thinking of. You know, I can't recused that it was NBC's. Pete Williams reporting. The house oversight committee is investigating claims that the Trump administration was rushing to sell key nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia whistle blowers notify the committee that they were concerned that the White House was trying to push the sale through too quickly. The kingdom is pursuing nuclear power. But it's resisting safeguards would prevent that knowledge from being used to develop nuclear weapons critics were giving the kingdom nuclear technology will start a new arms race in the region. President Trump is planning to. Nominate deputy transportation secretary Jeffrey Rosen to be the next deputy attorney general Rosen would replace rod Rosenstein who is overseeing special counsel Robert Muller's investigation in the Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election Rosenstein had announced his plans to resign. Earlier. Attorney general William bars overseeing the probe Rosen had worked in bars law firm and sources say the attorney general had a role in this election. And in Australian vegan is banning all meat eaters. Former wedding viral postman vegan Facebook group page. The woman said she didn't invite some family members because she and her partner don't wanna host murderers, the uninvited family members, reportedly included her mother and two cousins who were initially going to be her bridesmaids. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. President Trump has signed a directive to establish a US space force. We will ensure that our people are secure our interests are protected and our power continues to be unmatched. There will be nobody that can. Come close to matching us at the White House on Tuesday. Trump said he expects support from congress. Vice President Mike Pence echo, Trump and said the US needs to be dominant in space national security adviser, John Bolton called space force a visionary project. It would start off as an arm of the air force. But would eventually become a separate branch of the American military costs are uncertain and the idea has not generated overwhelming enthusiasm on Capitol Hill. The Trump administration is launching a global campaign to end the criminalization of homosexuality in dozens of nations where it's still illegal to be gay, Tom. Roberts says details NBC news confirms that this is a bit aimed in part at denouncing Iran over its human rights record openly, gay US ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell is leading the effort. The US embassy is flying in LGBTQ activists from across Europe for a strategy dinner to push for decriminalization in places such as the Middle East Africa and the Caribbean. Tom Roberts NBC News Radio horrific. New details surfaced at a preliminary hearing for the Colorado mentors. Accused of killing his fiancee, the nurse who claims she was in love with Patrick crazy said that phrase, he confessed that he beat Kelsey birth to death with a baseball bat and burned her body with gasoline on his ranch, Idaho. Resident crystal Kenny made that accusation in court on Tuesday and police in Florida wanna find the people who deface then I comic statue that was modeled after the famous kissing couple photo, it was taken in New York City's Times Square at the end of World War Two officers in Sarasota found hashtag me metoo written in red spray paint along the nurses left leg causing about a thousand dollars of damage. Some have described the photo s depicting sexual assault since years later, the woman in the picture said she didn't know the man who kissed her the graffiti has already been removed. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..

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Former Air Force officer charged with espionage

Sean Hannity

00:42 sec | 3 years ago

Former Air Force officer charged with espionage

"A former US air force intelligence specialist is being charged with spying for Iran. An indictment unsealed in federal court today claims Monica wit was targeted and recruited by Iran. NBC Justice correspondent, Pete Williams has more spying charges their espionage charges, of course. She's in Iran. She defected to Iran in two thousand thirteen. So the likelihood that the US will ever lay hands honors is pretty remote unless she tries to travel somewhere. Michael Cohen president. Trump's former lawyer will testify before congress early next month. Colin's attorney Lanny Davis said today is client will appear before three congressional panels before he enters prison on March sixth Davis told CNBC Coen's testimony to the house oversight committee will be

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Gunman targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue

WOR Programming

01:13 min | 4 years ago

Gunman targeting Jews kills 11 in Pittsburgh synagogue

"A gunman walked into a Pittsburgh synagogue, this morning, yelled, anti semitic slurs, and then began firing away at those who had gathered for a baby naming my heart breaks for the members of the Jewish community. Today, all Pennsylvania, more with you. Anti-semitism has absolutely no place in our Commonwealth. That's pennsylvania. Governor Tom wolf all of the eleven killed are adults. Six more injured, including four police officers who were responding to the scene. The gunman now identified as Robert Bowers within the synagogue for about twenty minutes. NBC's Pete Williams says police took on the forty six year old Pittsburgh resident as he was walking out of the house of worship authorities have told us that the boars the gunman was wounded shot. Once we believe by police in this exchange of gunfire before he surrendered and is now in the hospital. So whether or not they've been able to question him. I don't know because we don't know the severity of his injuries. We don't know if he's undergoing surgery for that wound hours had numerous antisemitic postings on social media here in New York. The NYPD has beefed up its police presence around Jewish institutions as a precautionary measure

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FDA warns of dangers of liquid nitrogen in food, drinks

Armstrong and Getty

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

FDA warns of dangers of liquid nitrogen in food, drinks

"Chains threats toward the Boston Globe the FBI says change, threatening calls to, the Boston Globe. Began August tenth the same day the globe launched a national campaign urging newspapers to. Run at a to'real supporting a free. Press chain posted the fifty thousand dollar bond yesterday is due to appear in a Boston federal court next month officers reportedly found twenty firearms. It is home including a semi automatic rifle the former CEO of Enron out, of prison, and

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Manafort asks to move venue of second trial

First Morning News

00:59 sec | 4 years ago

Manafort asks to move venue of second trial

"Morning Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is asking a federal judge to move his upcoming trial NBC news. Legal analyst Pete Williams. Says Manafort is asking that the trial be moved, out of Washington, DC to US district court in Roanoke. Virginia I'm quoting here from their change of any emotion for many. Americans Mr. Manafort Celikkol issues and the attendant daily media coverage have become theater, in the continuing controversy surrounding President Trump and his election these motions for change of venue which, used to be relatively easily obtained in the federal courts in recent years. Have been strongly disapproved by the courts for example in the Enron case in Texas the court refused to move that trial and that's become kind of the signal case that people refer to it is a request I think it was one that was largely expected but you. Know these things are very difficult to get it'll be. Up to the government now to

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Small improvements you can make to double your business

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Small improvements you can make to double your business

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Russian government: Telcoms face cost hike from new security law

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:02 min | 4 years ago

Russian government: Telcoms face cost hike from new security law

"There are new details in the case of this Russian national arrested and accused of being an illegal Kremlin agent. Maria Boutin, ah, made her first court appearance today, new court documents allege. She took orders from a Russian official with close ties to Putin, and from the looks of her apartment, she appears to have been getting ready to skip town at the time of her arrest. Before we talk about this with our next guest, we get some quick background tonight from NBC news, Justice correspondent Pete Williams. The FBI says during the two years, Maria Boutin was making a name for herself as a Washington DC college student and gun enthusiasts, hoping to further relations with Russia. She had a dark secret prosecutors, say her every move was directed by a Russian government official. Alexander torsion, close ally of lot Amir. Putin investigators say she hid in plain sight, joining the NRA to get close to influential Republicans, unaware, law enforcement officials, say that the FBI. Hey, I was watching her the Russians for decades have been trying to penetrate Washington circles. This is very reminiscent of the ten, Russian illegals. The sleeper agents who were arrested several years ago, but this was a speed version of that, but at twenty fifteen Trump event in Las Vegas. She asked the candidate question. If you Alexa discipline incident, what will be a phone in polish politics, especially in the relationships that with my country court documents, say she offered six for access to an unnamed political group, the FBI arrested her last weekend when she was packing up to move in court today, she pleaded not guilty. Prosecutor said she should be jailed pending trial because she could slip into the Russian embassy in the FBI couldn't stop her. But her lawyer says, she's no flight risk and is known for months that she was under investigation. She's not it'd into the Russian government, the Russian federation, innocent of the charges brought against her. Most importantly, she's young students seeking to make way in America. She's not charged. With being a spy. But the FBI says she was part of a covert Russian campaign to influence American politics. Pete Williams, NBC news at federal court in Washington, should she worry that her lawyer is reading off a piece of paper. We don't know. The boot Tina case is not a Muller case Muller's office. As we've been talking about did just indict those twelve Russian intelligence officers. And tonight notably, President Trump was asked again, whether he's willing to meet with Muller team. Would you send any more likely to sit for an interview now. My lawyers are working on that. I've always wanted to do an interview because. Look, there's been no collusion. There's been no talk of Russia has been no phone call. There's been nothing and it's a call it a witch hunt. That's exactly what it is. Well, let's talk about this and with us to do that former US attorney, Joyce Vance who spent twenty five years as a federal prosecutor, Joseph, this isn't crazy. It'll do till crazy gets here as they say, what do you make?.

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