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BLM Rioters Burst Into Burlington Store in North Hollywood

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 3 months ago

BLM Rioters Burst Into Burlington Store in North Hollywood

"I just watched a video of crazy left wing antifa BLM protesters forcing their way into the Burlington store in north Hollywood. And abused the security guard who happened to be black, and you should hear, we may post this, the trouble is we got to bleep it so much. But what's happening in American cities? Is so frightening. I'm in New York. Where the local media is reporting that there were 8 8 subway assaults over the weekend. 8. People are being stabbed. People are being thrown in front of subways. You got, I've told you before, there are places in New York, the 42nd up on 42nd street, the port authority, it looks like the night of the living dead. It looks like zombies. All these deranged homeless people, many of whom are violent, just roaming around, attacking people. So, and what they just did this Burlington, Andy no posted this on Twitter. Left wing protesters forced their way inside the Burlington store in north Hollywood and manhandled the security guard. A teen was tragically shot dead there last year in crossfire when police from police when they were responding to a man beating a woman nearly to death. So I guess antifa and BLM wants to target the Burlington store in north Hollywood. And this poor security guard, black guy, got a mask on. He's got a hat on says security. They're saying, you're just an N word with a hat on. They don't care about your black ass. They're screaming at him. And then they just storm in to terrorize the Burlington store. What the Burlington store do? What are those employees do?

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Port of Savannah reports record cargo volumes for January

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Port of Savannah reports record cargo volumes for January

"Some supply chain relief efforts seem to be paying off as the fourth busiest U. S. C. port for shipping containers reports record cargo volumes for January the Georgia ports authority reported nearly four hundred and eighty thousand container units of imports and exports moved across the banners docks last month an increase of four percent compared with January twenty twenty one to alleviate traffic jams last ball that kept ships waiting at sea in containers piling up on land the Port Authority added workers in new equipment the agency also set up in land sites to temporarily store cargo and free up space that's the bandits container terminal business has been booming at U. S. seaports as the economy rebounds from the pandemic I'm Julie Walker

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"port authority" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:34 min | 7 months ago

"port authority" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On Wall Street 64° in Central Park we have an accident in Perth androids on the northbound four 40 at amboy avenue Michael Barr has more on what's going on in New York and around the world Michael Nathan thank you very much sir the break's been put on a project to build an elevated rail link connecting New York City to Laguardia airport The board authorities said it is pausing the project to consider alternatives The FAA issued environmental approval in July but recently had asked the port authority to reconsider in light of a lawsuit filed by neighborhood and environmental groups The roughly $2 billion project was to begin this year The coroner who examined the remains of Long Island native Gabby potato says that the cause of her death was strangulation petito disappeared in Wyoming while on a cross country drive with a fiance Brian laundry laundry himself is missing and is a person of interest in potatoes depth Former New York City chief of detectives Robert Boyce says the killer may have left identifying evidence at the scene The coroner went out of his way to say that the body was out for three weeks So you lose evidence and those high crime conditions is high elevation and whether plus wildlife issues as well that can affect the body But if his DNA is under her fingernails that's pretty damning evidence Despite the fact they were living together Former NYPD chief of detectives Robert Boyce spoke to ABC Three people are dead after a shooting at a U.S. Postal Service facility in Memphis Tennessee FBI spokesperson Lisa and cult so reporters all three dead were postal employees.

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No charges for passenger in LaGuardia emergency landing

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

No charges for passenger in LaGuardia emergency landing

"An airline passenger whose behavior aboard a flight Saturday prompted an emergency landing and evacuation at LaGuardia airport was released with no charges filed this is what it sounded like on the tarmac after everyone was evacuated from the plane the man was now laying spread eagle on the ground emergency personnel telling everyone to get back according to the Port Authority which operates LaGuardia a joint investigation with the FBI and the joint terrorism task force concluded no criminal charges were warranted according to WABC Port Authority police say a misunderstanding that led to the incident Julie Walker New York

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Surviving 9/11 was 'just the first piece of the journey'

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 9 months ago

Surviving 9/11 was 'just the first piece of the journey'

"Trapped deep in the wreckage of the World Trade Center will have mental live through the unthinkable twenty years later he's still living with it the injuries ended his career as a Port Authority police officer he has posttraumatic stress disorder keep shelves of mementos including across and miniature twin towers fashion from trade center steel he was portrayed in the movie and wrote two books about and during the ordeal MNOs says nine eleven lives with him every day it never goes away for those of us that were there that day survive that day he says one thing he learned as he fought for his life trapped in the rubble was never give up the way I can honor those we lost on those that were injured this to live a full life you know to be an example to others that you know September eleventh did not destroy us in the way the terrorists wanted to this to be destroyed nearly three thousand people were killed when al Qaeda hijackers flew planes into the trade center the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field Julie Walker New York

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"port authority" Discussed on The Report

The Report

04:39 min | 9 months ago

"port authority" Discussed on The Report

"Waterway commuter ferries he pulled into the wall street port at the tip of manhattan under the shadow of that first tower ablaze. We continued on. We were taking the passengers to pure eleven for wolf's most of the wall street jobs there was a hundred people on board and everyone got off and went to work. The occupants of the north tower remained largely clueless. the internet was in its infancy. There was no social media. Many felt an explosion of some sort but didn't realize plane hit their building or if they did they assumed like much of the rest of the country at home that it was a small one on the upper floors. Some people headed for the roof. They expected that they could be evacuated there. But the port authority had without telling building occupants changed policies and locked the roof doors other employees above the crash in the north tower called emergency responders. Who told them to wait in their offices for evacuation apartment. Four eight west. Hi i'm the exposed here. What do you want to say about people up here shit site. Do not leave okay. There's a fire or explosion of something in the building. Just sit tight tight. We're on the way hurry firefighter. Jonas and his team had arrived at the base of the north tower. They were walking over broken glass and metal as they entered the lobby. You could see that there was a large pieces of the some sort of masonry decoration on the walls of the lobby and they were knocked off the walls. The glass that surrounded the the exterior of the north tower of the world trade center Was broken out and the reason why that happened..

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"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"I'm gonna plant more sunflowers for you. Things like that. Before we got engaged. He proposed to me on mother's day and he went up to jersey and when somebody dad's grave and asked him for my hands. Oh so motion. All the time. But i had a dream about it like after the fact. He didn't tell me he did it and i went to the bedroom. I was like hey. Did you go to his grave. And did you say this. That and the thirty goes keeps hold you. That was supposed to be between us like tinos like he knows that bob is always with them. Just bob i know i know. She's i think he'll like always. Yeah i must do freaked when you were like. Hadn't you know he was free down completely when we moved here. I did a nine event locally. Okay and i had his uniform with me. It was a sergeant uniform. And i carry it like a comfort blanket too just because i had some guy. Come up to me and goes. Excuse me where'd you get that uniform on my father's closet. Who were you like who you. And he's like oh nice to meet you. My name is so and so are you. Bobby's daughter and i was like yes. He goes your dad with my police academy instructor i was with. I was with them on nine. Eleven and your dad did amazing things. He was the most amazing teacher ever started. Introducing me so all these people and half of these people were retired port authority. Cops know him that. I move nearly like two thousand plus miles away and all these people have come to this little area a florida like this is an five like where they all go to miami and rowan county. This is like a whole 'nother sexual florida and it's like. What is your chances. What are the chances and that that guy particularly was there that day and that they all knew that all these people knew him me. And i don't really like correct people when they say look like him. You know i make face expressions like him when you start picking up their mannerisms and of course you have chin. That's about it. 'cause he's almost like a husky guy he you know he ran the police academy be out of shape for that but he couldn't get rid of his double chins and it's the same with me so it's the chance i love it. Oh my god you are so funny. You're just like him. I feel it a lot of people. Say that if i take it as a compliment. Personality isn't for everyone and it's it's a lot for some people to handle. But what can i. What can i do. It's just not for everybody and that's okay. Nobody is for everybody. And you just have to be you who you were born to be. And that's it. That's it i love it. I'm so happy we connected. I'm so happy we are friends on social now. And where can everyone find you on social media. I have instagram and instagram. Only if you see me anywhere else report them. Therefore i am on instagram. And it's spilt juice boxes. Can you tell them a mom. S p i lt. I moved here and you you feature a lot of hope. Love your dollar tree like everything. She's like my favorite store. Thing is budget through everything on a budget more..

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"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"And it's like oh my heart like you know what my son they all talk with so much credit that they they go over his house every weekend. He sent them to me. He's you know he's with them and the way she said all of that like she really gets it. Does she really know my youngest daughter. She's two and she was on autism spectrum and she sits there and talks about him my campaign having my grandson having now mind you. We don't speak italian. My husband does but we don't speak it in the house the kids and they haven't taught it to her and she was non verbal for a very long time. She did sign language one of her. I like words. Were my no no and had been and we're like where did you learn that word. I know he's oh. Yeah yeah amazing. My oldest has high functioning autism to and it's funny because back. When mason was five he was still non verbal. I got on pass train because we were going to the beacon hotel The beacon theater to see a little joke. Gabon was the show in the and it was a live performance and this is before i knew he was autistic. They just told me he just has a speech delay. Well we ended up having to leave the shock. It was too much for him. We got on the train. I'm not paying attention to the stops. And i don't go to the world trade center you to pay me. It's much and where does my train stop the world trade center And i'm freaking out mason. Who hasn't really verbal at that. Time goes it's okay. It's grandpa grandpa. Went to the casper sky here and i tell you my kids come out with the most random things but could tears it just so madison. It gets so much peace like he's not physically here. He's still here though absolutely. Wow it's so interesting that so he's five he's he's not you know like you know you've been around five year olds you can have conversations with them. He's he's not conversing but for him to come out with that. So clearly and so poignantly. Wow and then your daughter to say no no. I know your husband's italian but like but we talked you'd call you probably call. His parents like grandma and grandpa so for her to say that. Or even if you did call his parents no no no. no grandma. Grandpa passed to so. It's like.

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"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Early founded the day of the photo. Shoot right like all the photos you have with him like you came across that one that day. And he's like. I'm with you with this house and my sister had it on her instagram and i was like no. Why hold austin. And i you know i looked like johnny come here look at this and i have been johnny. And he's like this is. This is getting too much like too much. Do you remember the first sign you got from him. I was in my room and we grew up in a very strict catholic home and we went to holy family. Church anomaly like everyone in bellevue ali. And i said you know. I was struggling with my faith. I'm a christian. And i was like you know. How could you allow something so horrible happen. God like i'm so angry with you and i just you know. I have a lot of guilt. Because i was a teenager and teenagers have mouse. I have a fourteen years old myself now and my last words to my dad were i hate you because he grounded me. Because i wasn't doing. My schoolwork and i was failing. I failed the seventh grade and it was like torture to get me into eighth grade. Flat out said. I had to work overtime. Because i your teachers get you to eighth grade. I was so angry with him and he passed away the next day. And i don't really talk about it. I don't know why. I'm bringing it up. But i you know you should feel shame for that. And he knows that you don't hate him yet. You know. I know now and you know i was sitting in my room and it was like just sign that wrote k. Like i know you're gone. There's no way you divide that and roses just showed up out of nowhere. This is september. Roses don't bloom in september and we were. I was just finding roses everywhere like going to school. There was a rosebush that maybe was there the whole time. But i never noticed walking down to what was franklin middle school. I just like everything and then some lady came up to me and goes. I don't mean to scare you. i don't know what your beliefs are. But she said your father wants you to know that roses and he loves you. Oh and i got goosebumps like you know you're a kid like money you talking about like you're crazy but now like i see little rosiest here and there he brings me peace. Oh what's so interesting is that she didn't say that. And then you saw the roses you saw the roses and then she said it like you were like you were saying to yourself like why am i seeing roses. Could this be assigned from him. And then she validated. It is amazing. So do you have roses in your new house. And i don't come on but that's from my mother-in-law. She passed away fast sunflowers. I got a broken pool as my sign so sitting on his personality And then over the years have rose's popped up in certain places that you remember. There was a nine eleven anniversary. I wanna say it was two thousand four. It was not lease two thousand four memorial and they had gotten a piece of steel of the world trade center donated from port authority and they put some three people for notley that side they were. Oh putting flowers down. Everyone like daisies and sunflowers. Because it's full. And i was handed a rose by someone who gave it to me but it was in the star ledger. The picture me little girl. Fifteen years old. They believe it was like fifteen at that point..

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"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"port authority" Discussed on Signs From The Other Side with Fern Ronay

"Welcome to signs from the other side with fern renee. I'm fern renee. And this is the place to share stories of signs and messages received from the other side. This year i am doing. It tv episodes with friends. Family fellow authors podcasters. But i'm dedicating this podcast the audio podcast on apple podcasts. Spotify stitcher iheartradio to nine eleven families on this twentieth anniversary year. I'm reserving space for anyone in the nine eleven community who would like to share their story of signs. Thank you so much. For listening this episode. I am so grateful to francesca devito for sharing her stories of signs from her dad. Port authority police. Lieutenant robert beri lieutenant. Siri has been coming through to. Francesca in so many ways over the years especially through numbers and in other ways that show his one of a kind personality. Hi francesca.

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New York City Subway Bomber Akayed Ullah Gets Life Sentence

John Catsimatidis

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

New York City Subway Bomber Akayed Ullah Gets Life Sentence

"Who set off a pipe bomb in the New York City subway system, has been sentenced to life behind bars, locking him up and throwing away. The key would be suicide bomber. Okay. Ed Hula, sentenced to life plus 30 years for detonating a pipe bub strapped to his chest in the tunnel that connects the time Score subway station to the Port Authority bus. Terminal in December. 2017 Ola, a 31 year old born in Bangladesh, was seriously injured. Three other people suffered minor injuries. I'm Sara Lee

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Man Who Set off Pipe Bomb in NYC Subway Gets Life in Prison

Rush Limbaugh

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Man Who Set off Pipe Bomb in NYC Subway Gets Life in Prison

"Jeff McKinney, The man who set off a pipe bomb in the subway has been sentenced to life in prison, plus 30 years and 2017 AKI, a doula set off a bomb attached to his body while he was in the tunnel that connects Times Square in the Port Authority bus terminal. That bomb only partially went off and the other was the only one

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Ports of Tacoma, Seattle commit to a goal of zero emissions by 2050

News, Traffic and Weather

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Ports of Tacoma, Seattle commit to a goal of zero emissions by 2050

"Cargo ships. Another ocean going vessels make up nearly 60% of harmful emissions at Northwest ports, so they're working to bring those emissions to zero in less than 30 years. Carrie Brown, environmental director for the Port of Vancouver, BC says they're also working On a transition to cleaner rail, trucking and port equipment. It's also important to consider that port authorities have limited control and influence over these activities. And we'll need to work with government to inform the right policies that promote both clean technology and reinforce competitiveness, Port terminals and Seattle and Tacoma have already made some changes like shore powers of ships can plug in and Turn off their diesel engines while docked. They also acknowledge the changes will require a lot of money and likely some new

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"port authority" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"port authority" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Michael Riedel in the morning on 7 10. W O R. Well, they've got a plan. Michael $10 billion. It's going to take a decade and they're gonna build a new port Authority bus terminal. That was the last time you've been at the taking a bus out of the Port Authority Bus terminal. A long time. I used to take one up to go visit friends in New Paltz, and it's kind of a ski easy place. You haven't been there in years, right? I haven't back in high school or college. I used to take you to visit friends in New Jersey. I don't know if I ever took it back to college. You're not a Syracuse but was it was it wasn't a pretty place back then. And I'm talking a long time ago. Yeah, No, it's uh It's a little unsettling the whole place especially at night. You know, Natalie, who ever what have you done with that place you ever have to commute through there? Oh, yeah, commuted there for years through there for years. It was a horror show. Honestly, it was absolutely disgusting. The smells. It's got that stale urine smell absolutely. And Theo and as opposed to fresh urine on you know you always afraid to turn the corner because you never knew who was going to sleep in there, And it was terrible. Hey, show you were telling us that you did like a serious of reports out of there. How many years ago is that? It was pre Giuliani when that place with real and I mean it's a mess now, but it was really a mess with crime was just rampant. It was totally unsafe. You couldn't use the bathrooms. Bathrooms were being used by crack users. Homeless people were doing showers in there they were. The homeless were just all over the place and again. It was a lot of crime going on a lot of scams. And you know, Giuliani came in next thing in all the Port Authority. Cops crack down. They got the homeless out of there, cleaned it up, and it was fine for a while. You never got the smell out. No. I had a job. I had a job in college working for a Broadway producer on 42nd Street. And so I would often I always took the subway to Port authority. And this is a 1987 88 1 morning. I got up like I saw. I saw a guy get stabbed right in front of it was really scary. Really Scary? Well, ah guy who takes the Port Authority bus terminal every day twice a day Is Terry in our newsroom. We brought Terry into the studio. What's it like now? As I do. Yeah, you like Natalie, You don't want to turn the corner or you keep your head down and just walk fast. What's it like? It really is so scary. It's a complete disaster. I mean, anytime it rains, the the ceiling is leaking. I mean, there's homeless people just laying all over the place. There's a couple of basement areas where you feel like you're in a third World country. It's just absolutely unconscionable. You, are you What time you're there. You're there in the middle of the night, right when you come in about 2 30 in the morning? Yeah, absolutely. And it's scary because you have people in that basement area. They're just laying all over the place, just the lowest form of society that you don't want to interact with, or deal with your kind of climbing over them just to get to the stairway. It's a disaster. And Terry have you noticed? Have you noticed since Kobe that they're more and more homeless people in Port authority than they were ever were before? It's about the same, but that's another interesting point because during rush hour There's no social distancing whatsoever. There's just not enough room. Now, you know the part that Terry said about when it rains. He's absolutely right. If you had a leak in your roof, and when it rained, it came down into your living room. You'd fix it instead. You know what they do? They put garbage pails wherever it rains. I'm not joking job. They have garbage pails placed in all the places that the water comes from the roof. That's absolutely true. Is a third World country, No doubt. Hey, Terry described the described it smells for us. How are they now? Oh, God. It's so horrible. I mean, it's the urine smell and just the homeless smell people that haven't showered in a week or so. It's just be me. Yeah, absolutely. You literally have to hold your nose while you're walking through there. You know. Have you ever witnessed any any kind of crime or anything going on? Nothing serious? No, Fortunately on that respect, But once again, you just have people like the homeless that are laying outside right outside the entrance that you have to climb over. People that are asleep in the basement area. And you know, one of my big complaints. The food is lousy there. I mean, you go over to Grand Central Now they had this before. Kobe, right. This fabulous food court. Great food, court. Wonderful food. They have some pretty good stuff down there at Penn Station, some fun restaurants there, But there's absolutely nothing. Nothing but, you know, Duncan Donuts and one of those I don't know what sort of change shops where you get baloney sandwich with cheese that has been sitting on the shelf for about six months. Stale muffin. Sorry. Have you ever ventured into one of those bathrooms there? No, No. Thankfully, I've stayed away from there. But you know that one interesting shops. So they have like you get a haircut in Port authority, which is very interesting, so I don't know who's getting a haircut there, But you could do that. Let me see. I want to sit there having my hair cut. Well, I'm smelling stale urine for 20 minutes hearing. I mean, he I I've seen people fighting. I've never seen a gun come out or anything, but Just the ramblings of homeless people, you know, saying things to you when you walk by and you never quite sure if they're about to snap.

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Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York

Morning Edition

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Cuomo Plans Continued Development of Penn Station and Midtown | WNYC News New York

"Is proposing an infrastructure infrastructure plan plan for for New New York York City City that that he he says says will will jump jump start start the the economy. economy. WN WN Y Y sees sees Stephen Stephen Nessen Nessen reports. reports. The The $306 $306 billion billion plan plan focuses focuses on on midtown midtown Manhattan and would include a new train station called Penn South for NJ Transit commuters and a new Port Authority bus terminal and will be the most ambitious mass transit development in the United States of America. Large scale projects often get stuck in bureaucratic delays like Penn South, which will Is in a long stalled plan to build a new tunnel under the Hudson River and eight new tracks, all of which needs federal money. But with Democrats in power in Washington, Cuomo says these projects and more Will receive the support they need.

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What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

5 Things

02:22 min | 1 year ago

What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

"A new strain of the corona virus continues to spread through the united kingdom. A number of countries have temporarily banned travel from the uk including canada france and germany among others. But the us has not for now. New york governor. Andrew cuomo has advocated a travel ban. And he said monday that travelers from the uk to his state should at least be required to test negative before flying. Their one hundred twenty countries require the uk travelers that received a negative test before they get on the plane in the uk. One hundred twenty countries and the united states has done nothing. There are three airlines that come from the uk a fly into our airports. Our airports are run by the port authority of new york new jersey the three airlines british airways delta and virgin atlantic. They daily bringing seven several thousand passengers per day. I am asking those airlines to add new york state to the list of the one hundred twenty countries that require tests before the flights leave the uk. The head of the us government's operation warp speed. Said monday that more information is needed before knowing for sure if the uk strain is more transmissible he said quote. I think scientifically to date. There is no hard evidence that this virus is actually more transmissible on quote. He added that there is clear evidence that there is more of it in the population. Us surgeon general. Dr jerome adams said the. Us needs more information viruses. Mutate what they did to which of the virus which causes covid nineteen nine mutated dozen times already this year. That doesn't mean it's more dangerous. It doesn't mean it's more contagious. So we're working with the whol. Working with the cdc working with the uk to figure out Whether this new strain of virus going to behave any differently. But i just talked to dr collins who heads the national institutes of health so far. Nothing looks like it's going to change the effectiveness of this vaccine Number one and number two even if there is a mutation at some point which changes the effectiveness. It'll be just like the seasonal flu vaccine that we know how to tweak.

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What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

5 Things

02:22 min | 1 year ago

What we know about the new strain of COVID in the U.K.

"A new strain of the corona virus continues to spread through the united kingdom. A number of countries have temporarily banned travel from the uk including canada france and germany among others. But the us has not for now. New york governor. Andrew cuomo has advocated a travel ban. And he said monday that travelers from the uk to his state should at least be required to test negative before flying. Their one hundred twenty countries require the uk travelers that received a negative test before they get on the plane in the uk. One hundred twenty countries and the united states has done nothing. There are three airlines that come from the uk a fly into our airports. Our airports are run by the port authority of new york new jersey the three airlines british airways delta and virgin atlantic. They daily bringing seven several thousand passengers per day. I am asking those airlines to add new york state to the list of the one hundred twenty countries that require tests before the flights leave the uk. The head of the us government's operation warp speed. Said monday that more information is needed before knowing for sure if the uk strain is more transmissible he said quote. I think scientifically to date. There is no hard evidence that this virus is actually more transmissible on quote. He added that there is clear evidence that there is more of it in the population. Us surgeon general. Dr jerome adams said the. Us needs more information viruses. Mutate what they did to which of the virus which causes covid nineteen nine mutated dozen times already this year. That doesn't mean it's more dangerous. It doesn't mean it's more contagious. So we're working with the whol. Working with the cdc working with the uk to figure out Whether this new strain of virus going to behave any differently. But i just talked to dr collins who heads the national institutes of health so far. Nothing looks like it's going to change the effectiveness of this vaccine Number one and number two even if there is a mutation at some point which changes the effectiveness. It'll be just like the seasonal flu vaccine that we know how to tweak.

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"port authority" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"port authority" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Stop in north and Central jersey, including to and from Port Authority and Trenton at six o'clock tonight. Rail Service to be Temporarily suspended at 7 30 JT urges you to check their website for the last train's leaving or coming in to New York and Hoboken. With uncertainty over how well the shots would work. The US admittedly did not order is many doses of the visor covert vaccine this past summer as it could have, But officials now say they are in active negotiations for additional purchases as the shot gets rolled out across the country, with Madonna following close behind within days. For all but essential workers still having to be on the job in the spring childcare operation shut down across the state, and that included after school programs, which many working parents rely on. Diane Jenko of New Jersey's after school network says even when these programs could resume, many were hesitant and didn't want to charge parents more to cover costs like thermometers and sanitizing services. They had trouble doing it because they couldn't get the PPE they couldn't get. Death because death were anxious, right? And also if you laid your staff off They were getting $600 more a week. THEATER Erica after 3 P.m. 2020 report recently put out by the after school alliance, says 89% of New Jersey parents support continued public funding for these programs, which Jenko says is crucial because of all the revenue they've lost since March. The FDA today has okayed another rapid Corona virus test that can be used in home. It was developed by Abbott Laboratories. Is about the size of a credit card and cost $25 through a mobile app. Have it anticipates shipping 30 million tests across the US in the first three months of next year? Ah, line of cars two miles long, making its way yesterday to the Meadowlands Y M C. A in East Rutherford people increasingly needing meals from food banks as economic hardships brought on by covert 19 in the spring. Have not lessen the Meadowlands Y reports It's handing out about 200,000 meals a month now triple the amount from the summer get the latest Jersey news on your schedule on demand go toe. NJ 115 dot com slash podcast. Eyes on the storm, Chief meteorologist and Sarah is complete forecast is coming up New Jersey Fast traffic is next. They're of the 2020 service to the community Award from the National Association of Broadcasters Way Our New Jersey one a 1.5. Have been fed. That's a fact have been said That's a fact credit card purchases. Give me cash back purchases. Give me cash back. No one else gets these reboard such and Dad is just played us through. What in Tarnation, Sir Pen fits para cash Rewards card isn't just for military members. Anyone can get cash back on all purchases. Figgins, you've ruined my favorite song. Penn Fed Credit Union visit Penn fed.

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"For weeks, young Nigerians have been out in the streets, protesting police violence and a lack of economic opportunity. And then on Tuesday night in Lagos, the military shot at them and killed 12 people. NPR's Africa correspondent Peter Peralta has been following this story from Nairobi. The governor of Legos somewhat hollow tried to calm tensions yesterday, saying he had ordered an investigation into the actions of security forces. I wantto once again. And passionately from detect off my heart, a pew toe active in Eudes. You are Protestants that please. Peace. A A chance. chance. But But the the governor governor also also said said protesters protesters had had not not been been killed. killed. Even Even as as he he spoke, spoke, his his city burned. Angry mobs set the port Authority building on fire. They broke into police stations grabbing furniture cabinets. Setting those are Missy International says it has documented 56 deaths since protests against police brutality began about two weeks ago. Demonstrators. Complaints have broadened to include corruption and the lack of jobs. The protests are the biggest in Nigeria in decades, the rights group says. On Tuesday. The military systematically targeted protesters turning off streetlights and security cameras before they opened fire on a gathering on Lagos is Leckie Bridge. But on Wednesday, demonstrators returned to the bridge and protests erupted nationwide in a number up up in in south south eastern eastern Nigeria. Nigeria. A A small small group group gathered gathered for for a a candlelight candlelight memorial memorial video video mourned and read the names of young Nigerians killed by police.

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"That please. Peace. A chance. But the governor also said protesters had not been killed. Even as he spoke, his city burned. Angry mobs set the port Authority building on fire. They broke into police stations, grabbing furniture cabinets setting those on Amnesty International says it has documented 56 deaths since protests against police brutality began about two weeks ago. Demonstrators. Complaints have broadened to include corruption and the lack of jobs. The protests are the biggest in Nigeria in decades, the rights group says. On Tuesday. The military systematically targeted protesters turning off streetlights and security cameras before they opened fire on a gathering on Lagos is Leckie Bridge. But on Wednesday, demonstrators returned to the bridge and protests erupted nationwide in the number up up in in south south eastern eastern Nigeria. Nigeria. A A small small group group gathered gathered for for a a candlelight candlelight memorial. memorial. You You mourned and read the names of young Nigerians killed by police.

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The Brainwashing of my Dad (with documentary filmmaker Jen Senko)

The Thinking Atheist

06:08 min | 1 year ago

The Brainwashing of my Dad (with documentary filmmaker Jen Senko)

"My mother thinks that rush limbaugh. Yoda you know what? Saying? She's always saying well, rush limbaugh says. Our rush had a great monologue. It was just on point. Oh it's he so tuned into the Culture Rush Limbaugh g listen to rush limbaugh the other day and of course I know I don't listen to rush limbaugh. I did fifteen years ago. You know I was a Ditto head actually read for you a chapter about right wing radio on the broadcast I read it out of my book couple of weeks ago. But I wanted to come back to this because I feel like it's Really been on my mind and it's hugely relevant in today's culture. We've got a whole group this graphic of these pulpit pounding Bible Banging, rush, limbaugh right, Wing Radio Listening Evangelical 's right the Christian Nationalists and they're screaming the name of God is they use their religion just to be Shitty to other people. May I've noticed that about a lot of these guys limbaugh Michael Savage, etc. they're just nasty people. They are always being cruel to other people there pushing buttons because they can. They're stoking the fires of outrage and they sit back and bask in the ratings and the advertising dollars and. All the way to the bank. There's this I think it's a myth that rush limbaugh is himself a Christian. I. Know He likes to speak the language of Christianity. I'm not convinced the Guy Cares at all about the Bible or religion of any kind and back I'd love to sit them down and give him like a sixty second Bible quiz just to see how much he really in fact I'd like to sit most the evangelical 's in power. Donald. Trump I'd like to give him a Bible quiz. Let's just sit down and let me quiz you for a couple minutes. Betsy Devos loved to talk to her Ben Carson Rick, Perry all these people in government are banging their. Bibles I would love to sit them down and asked him basic questions about their faith. But that's a whole other conversation. Today's conversation is with the director and producer of a film called the brainwashing of my dad, an ambassador father who SORTA got sucked in to this rush limbaugh right-wing Radio Christian, nation, kind of narrative focusing at the very least and narrative that sort of others, non-christians, sort of sets them off in their own little box while the moral righteous people are sitting over here. Now, the film itself is not new. It's been out for a few years but I referenced it in my book and I just it's been on my mind because. There is so much of this going on and right-wing radio. I don't think it's ever been more popular. There's video of this conversation. I am going to play some clips from the documentary during the broadcast. These clips add a few extra layers. So you can kind of hear the angle that she's taking Gen Sankoh Director of the documentary film, The brainwashing of my dad. So glad you're here. Hi Seth, it's nice to be here. Give me like a resume real fast the types of work that you've done before the brainwashing my dad. Sure. Will I started out as an artist and a painter? But then I felt like I wanted to reach a wider audience and I just started making films but they were always sociopolitical. The Sue. The first one was roadmap warrior women about really independent women that I met out west and then the second was was. co-director with fury derosa the vanishing city. About the lecture vacation of New York City. But also how it's happening throughout the world and cities coming less affordable and right now I'm writing a book. Also called the brainwashing of my dad. Got Picked up by source books so I can always tell you more. Fun, I mean. Let's go back to your dad. You didn't grow walk in this sort of right wing I mean I know limbaugh started back in the eighties but I mean, you didn't come from that sort of hardcore conservatism. nope. Not at all my parents were what I guess. I would describe as very liberal, very open minded. They were Kennedy Democrats and they were also like FDR Democrats they came from the depression. So FDR them was a hero who pull them out of the depression they most remembered hoover and felt like he didn't do anything but they were really enthusiastic about. And I think they were quite devastated. When he was assassinated. But yeah, they were they were I would actually list describe them as hippies before hippies same. We're very open minded My Dad especially loved talking all different kinds of people very non judgmental. As you probably saw the film, you know one time in this is in the sixties. We came out and port. Authority. We're visiting New York. For the day and there was a a black homeless man and she US Monday for some money my dad called him Sir had a conversation with them. And gave them like a couple of coins or two, but you know so they kind of thing made an impression on me that. You know accept all people and jobs. You know he wasn't for they were judgmental national change later.

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New York - NJ Transit Bus Crash at Port Authority Injures 16 Passengers

The Moth Radio Hour

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

New York - NJ Transit Bus Crash at Port Authority Injures 16 Passengers

"A commuter bus crashed into a divider at the Port Authority Bus terminal in Manhattan today, injuring at least 16 people. New Jersey transit bus crashed around 9 30 this morning on upper rampant the bus terminal, tossing passengers around and causing major damage to the vehicle's front end. The fire department said 11 people Were taken to hospitals for treatment, including one person with critical injuries. Others were treated at the scene. The bus appeared to be departing the terminal when it crashed, according to officials. No other vehicles were involved. The incident caused a temporary closure of all New Jersey bound lanes of the Lincoln Tunnel. Port Authority is investigating the cause of the crash.

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"port authority" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"port authority" Discussed on 710 WOR

"This cancer Well, call in and talk about it calling and ask. And we'll give you our office number. If you want to package information, or make a, uh, appointment. If you have a question to cancer questions, always best to meet in person We accept. Most insurance is Medicare, Medicaid and were very accessible. We're closed about 14 different subway lines. The 123456 A. C E and Q R B D F M seven as All close within blocks of our office also were close to Port authority, where all the bus is coming to New York City and also the train station's Penn Station, where a Long Island railroad comes in New Jersey. Transit Path. Trains come in tow. Penn Station and then Metro North Coast to Grand Central, and we're very close to both walking distance. So lot of people say, what's the best way? I think personally, The best way is mass transit, but that's up to you. What about a woman who came to me this week She's 46 was born in Illinois. She's single. She has no Children. She felt a lump in the breast shed mammograms, said mammograms that were negative. And then she felt a lump a couple months later. And this is another teaching point. So many purely mammogram. Everything must be OK. No, she had a mammogram and Sure they're after she had a mass that was the size of a plum in the breast. And when they cut on her, they went to the hospital that had the card, and they cut on her in the front cancer in the lymph nodes. He found this big master's 3.4 centimeters. We waited £175. She teaches business is a business teacher, and she has her own business and entertainment business, and I examined her. And, well, the left breast had this incision and they cut right through the nipple aerial nipples, the raised part in the centre of the breast. And then the areola is the pigment in part next nipple they cut right through and distorted theory, A lot of know why they would have done that. So she has this advanced breast cancer stage three with them, not positive. It's sense of estrogen. So we talked about all the options. We talked about staging or up to make sure the cancer had traveled. They cut on her without staging her up. So this is the work we do every day. And why do women with breast cancer come well, number one. We have decades of experience. You have a team devoted to the treatment of women with breast cancer. We have excellent results. Shorter.

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What is ammonium nitrate, the chemical in the deadly Beirut explosion?

Marketplace

01:09 min | 1 year ago

What is ammonium nitrate, the chemical in the deadly Beirut explosion?

"Lebanon's government detained a ship carrying 2750 tons off a highly explosive chemical Ammonium nitrate. Despite the danger that the chemicals posed, the government transferred the giant shipment to a hangar in Beirut support blocks from the city's downtown. And clues to its residential neighborhoods. According to reporting by my colleague then hovered. Port authority's repeatedly asked the government to remove those chemicals warning of the risks. But they remained there unprotected for the next six years, then this Tuesday at 607 p. M. Local time. The ammonium nitrate combusted. Triggering a series of explosions so powerful that the damage extended over half the city. They leveled buildings flipped cars killed more than 135 people. Injured 5000 war and left hundreds of thousands of people without housing. For many

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Beirut explosion: Lebanon puts port authorities under house arrest

America's First News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Beirut explosion: Lebanon puts port authorities under house arrest

"Bulldozers are ploughing through wreckage to try to reopen roads around Beirut Support, which was Demolished by that massive explosion that rippled across the capital and the government pledging to investigate the blast and have placed port officials under house arrest. That explosion appears to have been caused by an accidental fire that ignited a stockpile of ammonium nitrate at the port. It killed at least 135 and wounded more than 5000 causing widespread destruction. That explosion also may have accelerated the country's corona virus outbreak of thousands flooded in the hospitals in the wake of the blast.

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Port of Virginia cuts carbon dioxide emissions with hybrid cargo carriers

Climate Connections

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Port of Virginia cuts carbon dioxide emissions with hybrid cargo carriers

"When shipping containers arrive at a port by boat truck or train, they need to be moved and stacks. They're ready for the next leg of their journey. Special vehicles, kind of like giant forklifts get the job done. At any one time on a terminal, you may see forty to sixty of them operating. Kit Chope is vice president of sustainability for the Virginia. Port. Authority. He says, these carriers traditionally run on diesel. But over the past five years, the PORTA Virginia has been experimenting with a handful of hybrid diesel electric vehicles as a way to reduce air pollution, carbon emissions, and noise. We went through some growing pains quite frankly, we didn't have the experience maintaining them, but we finally realized that that was A. that. We wanted to continue to invest in. Last Fall the port spent twenty three million dollars to buy twenty five more low emissions carriers. Chope, says even though they're more expensive, the added cost will be offset by the fuel savings. About three to five years depending on how they're deployed and how they're operated, it'll pay for itself. So he says investing in, Greener. Technology, at ports can make economic sense and help clean up one part of the shipping industry.

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Businesses Will Have To Deal With A Different World When They Reopen

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:57 min | 2 years ago

Businesses Will Have To Deal With A Different World When They Reopen

"Now Florida's just one of a number of states lifting restrictions in fact governors allowed stay at home orders to expire last night in numerous states including Alabama Main Idaho Tennessee and Texas in those states. Many businesses can reopen although also as in Florida with rules to enforce social distancing for the most part. Npr's Jim Zarroli has been talking with people who manage businesses across this country and is on the line. Jim Good Morning Good Morning. How different is the world that a business owner is going to re enter now now? Nothing like this has ever happened before. I mean this this is just A. We've seen a huge number of businesses close in people have stopped driving. They've stopped flying. Thirty million people have joined the unemployment lines just since mid March that six weeks of the economy shrank four point eight percent during the first three months of the year but it is likely to shrink a lot more over the next few months and the worst part is nobody has any real idea about when things are going to go back to normal or or even if they will. I guess because of the social distancing rules that will still be in effect. There must be a lot of business owners like the Florida restaurateur ask. Is it even worth my time to open up? Add to this risk when I'm not gonNA make any money. Yeah and that. And that's really one of the things I set out to talk to businesses about. I mean I've been talking to different companies all over the country and about what kind of planning they're doing If everyone could go back tomorrow to work with these businesses be ready. How long would take to get back on their feet and the companies that I have talked to said right now pretty much could get up and running again if they needed to but there is still so much uncertainty about the rest of the year. You really can't overstate the longer. Everything stays shut down the harder. It's going to be to recover and a lot of companies are are already struggling to survive. What are some of the companies who spoke with one of the companies? I called was Gilson. Trucking there in Stockton California and this is normally a very busy time for the company it's harvest season. It's when they their trucks send strawberries and lettuce from the Central Valley to restaurants in the northeast and Mid West but the owner Hossa Rome sing says businesses. Pretty much dead right now. The produce is available but because of these restaurant chains has been closed down there are no buyers so his fleet of one hundred and fifty trucks sits idle and he spends his mornings talking to customers trying to see what work is available. His business is open but just barely if I do not get work back to normal in like next month or so. We'll have to shut it down sing. Says he has plenty of drivers sitting home willing even eager to work but he wonders. When will the restaurants reopen and with so many people losing their jobs? Will anyone have any money to spend? It's a question that's being asked all over the country right now in Washington. Dc The offices of the technology consulting firm enlighten sit mostly empty. Almost all of the two hundred and fifty employees are working remotely. Ceo Antoine Ford holds meetings on zoom. We meet the other projects going what are we hearing from my customer? Do we see any future layoffs. What's the impact of covert on them and the news? Right now is not good. Enlightened had to furlough thirty five people though it hired them back thanks to a small business loan but the firm runs websites and call centers for agencies like the Port Authority of New York. New Jersey and government contracts often dry up when times are bad politicians. Right now may be talking about reopening the economy but many say that's not possible as long as the future so uncertain this thing hits and everyone is like well like How bad is this going to get fired? Winthrop is CEO of American giant which makes hoodies and flannel shirts at its factories in the Carolinas when the virus hit winthrop wrote to all of the company's suppliers. He's known a lot of them a long time and he told them he was putting a stop on all the purchases for the time. Being things were too scary. It almost makes me. You know get emotional about it but but to one. They were all they all said. Listen we're here and we get it and we're GONNA work with you on this and let us know what you need. What he needed was to preserve cash but some of his suppliers are having trouble to if one of them goes under. It could blow a hole in his supply chain for now. American giant is making face masks for the government. But if it's GONNA survive long term it needs to get back to the business of making clothes no later than July winter. Thinks that's possible? What worries me? Obviously is that people haven't really fully yet digested how how bad this is going to be for the economy and you know if wallets to really close up. It's just a different message to different scenario

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"port authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The Port Authority stolen fare hike steps begin today those riding the path will see an increase path riders use smartly their cars will lose some of the discounts on multi trip and unlimited past purchases meantime with everyone decked out in costume for the Halloween parade Angie from queens dressed up as a spooky scarecrow with face make up the creepy all wide eyed this is I weighed three hundred and sixty four days just for the day yeah happy all the way in every bloody NYPD beefed up security as they do every year a sixteen year old boy charged with attempted murder in the shooting of a girl outsider school in Jamaica we get the tales of WC surly castle actually am again was shot in the shoulder Monday by a stray bullet outside new tone charter high school she's sixteen two and says she's too afraid to go back to class and wants to be home schooled the alleged shooter who hasn't been identified is also charged with assault reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon police say the girl shooting is linked to last week's deadly shooting of fourteen year old Amir Griffin on a nearby basketball court I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news the impeachment process moving to the next phase after a vote in the house yesterday house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the impeachment resolution spells out a fair and open process that protects the rights of the president it provides the president and his counsel opportunities to participate including presenting his case house minority whip Steve Scalise called this a Soviet style impeachment process and he added it's not about fairness it's about politics clearly there are people that we serve with that don't like the results of the twenty sixteen election that's your prerogative but the country next year will be deciding who our president is going to be the vote to move into the public face of the impeachment process was two thirty two to one ninety six Linda Kenya on Capitol Hill the NYPD says security will be tight for Sunday's marathon chief of department Terry Monahan says as always it's important for people in attendance to pay close attention there will be millions of eyes and ears out there and we need your help to ensure a safe fun day for everyone if you see something here something that's suspicious it just doesn't seem right telecom after the truck attack on Halloween two years ago the department developed a strategy utilizing blocker trucks and concrete blocks to protect the marathon route the recent killing of the Lee of ISIS in Syria has some on edge fearing a retaliation but the department's counterterrorism unit says they're well prepared Liz Warner seventy seven W. ABC.

"port authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Radio dot com the Port Authority voting to increase tolls on bridges and tunnels and on the path system tells and WBC surly Kessler that's ridiculous how much more they want they want sixteen Bucks instead of fifteen when you pay cash to use the GW bridge and link in our Holland tunnels to get into the city an easy pass riders would get less of a discount the path base fare would remain the same but the multi trip discount would be reduced to a little excessive already there's all kinds of phones everywhere that are misappropriated the Port Authority says it needs the money to pay for path improvements plus the new monorail a new terminal at Newark airport I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news transit advocates surrounding in opposition to the NBA's decision to hire five hundred new subway police officers calling the move waste money members of the writer's alliance on the group's gathering outside governor Cuomo's Manhattan office this morning in announcing the move MTA chairman Pat for says it's necessary to boost the number of police in order to keep writers feeling safe and harassment free advocates pushing back claiming for you looking to blame the city's homeless population for broken subway system the just released nine page whistle blower complaint alleges the president sought foreign help in next year's election before mentioning the president's call with the president of Ukraine the whistle blower says they received information the president's using the power of his office to solicit interference in next year's election from a foreign country that prompted this question for the acting director of national intelligence is it okay for a president to pressure any president. to pressure a foreign government for help to win an election it is unwarranted it is on welcome it is bad for the nation to have outside interference the complaint also says the White House ought to lock down all the records of the July twenty fifth call jury bowed under Washington order workers are getting their healthcare coverage back General Motors said last week would stop paying during the strike announced this morning benefits will stay in place strike is now in its eleventh day the day before the bell down ninety three the nasdaq down thirty S. and P. down sixty six met sourcing the Marlins yanks off to begin a weekend service tomorrow against the Rangers in Texas Thursday night football.

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"port authority" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Ready to pay more to Port Authority bridges and tunnels the Port Authority building today to raise the cash told by a dollar so that means it'll cost sixteen dollars if you don't have easy pass to go through the bridges and tunnels if you have a easy pass in your traveling and peak time that discount is gonna go away a little bit it's gonna cost at thirteen dollars and seventy five cents other people failed I've been this crazy for can be implemented the paycheck in going out they get enough money for a little excessive already yeah yeah I hear you multiple trip discounts little excess multiple trip discounts on path trains reduced and there's another tricky little C. four dollar fee on airport pick ups for tax season for hire vehicles my god they're feeding you to death yeah that's it is that you have sold a four dollars to be picked up and four dollars as well for uber and lift if they drop off anybody great. all righty Hey we're learning more about the whistle blower complaint and it's about more than just president trump's call with the president of your class. knew that was coming Washington post as the White House trying to move the records of the conversation from a typical computer server that it would have been stored on to one that used exclusively for the nation's biggest secret rule that proves a watcher what do you think it proves one I'm not sure what. DOT approved yes something to hide it does yes well go ahead feel free to say cover up go ahead well I don't said okay it is something to hide is that the same thing Republican you know it's never the crime Joe is it covers just as tricky Dicky the server okay Republican senator Ben Sasse has seen this was a blower complaint Democrats ought not to be is in the word impeach before they had to have the most water complaint or. any of the transcripts Republicans ought not to be rushing to circle the wagons and say there's no there there when.

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"port authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The Port Authority holding an interfaith service to honor those lost on nine eleven those who continue to be affected by related illnesses nearly two decades later the annual service hello just steps from where the attacks took place at St Peter's church in lower Manhattan thirty seven officers with the Port Authority police department lost their lives while ten have since died from illnesses related to the toxic fumes at ground zero president trump says his administration will propose banning thousands of flavors using the cigarettes amid an outbreak of breathing problems tie developing the president is most concerned about underage kids not only is it. a problem overall but this is a really specifically with respect to children. we're getting some stories that we don't want to hear and we may very well have to do something very very strong about it the Long Island Rail Road rolling out brand new train cars riders on the port Jefferson branch are among the first to check out the M. nine cars that are quieter and have more electrical outlets to charge phones and seats that are wider the MTA says bathrooms on the new cars have no touch flushing and coat hooks to hang jackets it's the first time in seventeen years that the MTA has added new cars to L. I. double our trains I'm Liz Warner for seventy seven W. ABC news the Dow closing up two hundred twenty seven points today the nasdaq up eighty five the S. and P. up twenty one yanks and Tigers and Detroit tonight Mets hosting Arizona the forecast from the rams you super weather center tonight cloudy humid could be a shower thunderstorm in spots low seventy tomorrow cloudy warm possible showers.

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"port authority" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Are listening the Port Authority police protects Kennedy airport Newark airport LaGuardia airport the ports the crossings the bridges and tunnels coming into New York from New Jersey to New York ed said nor is the highest ranking first responder ailing from a serious nine eleven illness yes that's correct all the prior to me coming to the Port Authority in two thousand fourteen as deputy superintendent I was in New Jersey state trooper and on nine eleven I was sent on a specialized team of basically have rescue folks over by the governor Jersey to assist the folks in New York fast forward all those years two and a half years ago I was diagnosed with stage four cancer renal cancer as a result of my work at nine eleven on the pile your fifty six years old let's go back to September eleventh eighteen years ago you were there that day yes and you were there for how long so we stay place in New Jersey had a posture there for days and weeks ahead of time the mission that I was I was an acting sergeant at the time in charge of our teams unit which was our swat heavy rescue underwater search recovery we're specialize unit that did all those different components for just a New Jersey so obviously we had the capability of heavy rescue so we were sent over there and then in between our mission on the pile we would be back in New Jersey executed search warrants whatever else was required of us to do our job because as you can imagine the FBI investigation that was going on right now there was a lot of things that we had to execute New Jersey also because some of the hijackers hi proximity in New Jersey where were you when you first found out what had happened that day eighteen years ago learn. like it was yesterday I was standing in troop C. Princeton headquarters which was the troop headquarters building for our troopers assigned to my unit and somebody came up stairs and told us that a plane just hit the World Trade Center and you know probably like most people we thought it might have been just a paper plane or something that was on the air space so by the time we walked downstairs into our lieutenants office the second plane had hit the tower we knew right then that this was not you know a paper plane that this was a terrorist attack immediately and what happened then what were you thinking then we're a country at war we've just been attacked and that was before we knew everything else is going on at the Pentagon and as things continue to escalate you know things got heightened even more when you arrived on the scene what did you say complete disbelief of what was one standing there to to structure standing there and now they were nothing but rubble during the time you spend at ground zero did it ever cross your mind this could be unsafe because week after nine eleven the EPA I could remember this like it was yesterday the headline in the New York Post the EPA says the air is safe everyone now you were already there as a first responder but everyone else went back to work went back to school went back to their lives. did you at any point think this Israeli not healthy down here you know at at that point I I know that thought never crossed my mind because we were being told quite often that everything's okay and you know obviously we were entrusting the folks that were there the doctors medical staff there what we're inhaling then what you're dealing with and what you were involved with as far as touching and you know cutting stealing climbing into voids in trying to do all types of different things you know that you know might never crossed my mind at the time because it was a mission and do an hours hopefully to recover some folks in find some people you know on fourteen may have been very so that thought never crossed my mind when it finally hit me was when I was given the news that for fifteen years or so I had this tumor growing inside me that now has metastasized because of the contaminants down to ground zero I am speaking with ed said gnar he is the head of the Port Authority police department and he is the highest ranking first responder with the nine eleven cancers that has come public because there are a lot of other people who were elves and have not come forward you were diagnosed two and a half years ago with stage four cancer what were your symptoms I got a pain one day in my left side thought nothing of it thought maybe I twisted into something maybe you know a muscle just a sore muscle after a couple days the pain didn't subside in I knew was just at that point different than a normal stretcher a pain or strain or something like that I went to a doctor they sent me to emergency room dating xray than it did a cat scan and then they gave me the news of what had happened absolute disbelief that you know all this time has went on and I had no symptoms leading up to and then all of a sudden it hit me and it hit me hard and what it did to the inside of my body now I'm what I'm dealing with every day I've been lucky I've been healthy mind. tire life was very active doing what I had to do and you know with the mindset that I had to you know always you'll be strong continue on fight fight fight and this was just an obstacle that now I've been confronted with that I have to continue on with and it's life impacting not because there's there's no hair hiding the fact that this is very very serious I continue on every day doing my job and you know hopefully protecting men women of New York and New Jersey and the people that come through here and the men and women of the Port Authority police department so I'm very passionate about not only this because of with nine eleven in continue remembrance of the families in the sick folks that continue to come up each and every day myself included that we can never forget and that's the big and can never forget the sacrifice that everybody has made how do you live your life differently knowing you have stage four cancer you know that that's a great question because people ask me that all the time all the same parties to work and why do you do this and you know a sense of normalcy there's a purpose and you know I consider myself very lucky to be in a position I'm in and to do something I'm very passionate about and you know I have good days and bad days but you know I persevere and I keep pushing throwing you know while I'm very optimistic that I can will continue I'm doing very well right now with my treatments and you know I just continue on like you know put as much normalcy in my life as I can and we try to live one day at a time and not look too far forward but it is very very it's like faltering because the family knows you know there's only certain things I can do and I can't do right now for between fifty can you know treatments and things like that so we do the best we can to continue to move on as normal as possible are you scared more in shock of what I'm going through and the unknown of what's going to happen because what I have right now my take the camps or. statistics are not favorable but I look at it as okay maybe I could be the one maybe I'm not one person that you know this treatment will you know help me and give me longevity in my life and that's what I I look at longevity in my life and quality of life are you angry or do you have regrets about doing what you did at ground zero never never that was you know wouldn't change anything would not change that as a you know as a police officer is a state trooper at the time and as an American that was my job that's what I was trained to do and I was sent over there to do a mission and I led a group of men over there that you know we went in there we knew our capabilities as having rescue personnel what we had to do and anytime anybody asked me a question I emphatic answers now yes am I going to pay the price absolutely I'm gonna pay the price probably sooner than I would have expected but yes every single first responder I talked to says to me now and this is changed over the years because I've been talking about this issue for ten eleven years it's not a question of if I will get ill it's a question of when I will get ill and they are great fall if it's only a respiratory illness or if it's only a digestive issue because everyone who was there feels like they're looking over their shoulders thinking that cancer is coming along and and what's so scary is that I'm hearing your story over and over again that. at the time of diagnosis it's already stage for these nine eleven cancers are cancers on steroids statistics correct me if I'm wrong. there are currently two twenty two hundred port authority police officers. there are two thousand Port Authority police officers both retired and current who are currently ailing from nine eleven illnesses yes that Sionis downloading figure and I hear the same thing from the New York police department and the FDNY the fire department of New York it's astounding number and like the numbers you said you know the Port Authority is charged with protecting obviously the World Trade Center that's responsibility of our police department and the men and women that both right now active and retired that were there during the nine eleven as you said the numbers keep growing and you know we've lost several more since that day the police department unfortunately holds the record of losing thirty seven officers in one day that's a record no police department ever wants to have an in on fortunately folks as they continue to move on with their disease or whatever their illnesses you know we're starting to face more more people that are reaching you know their demise but the support network things that you do things that you know Jon Stewart is done just unbelievable what people do for us and we cannot thank them enough for reminding people that there are still hundreds of thousands of people out there that are very sick as a result of their dedication work they've done a ground zero first responders who were there no of what could happen there are first responders who came here from every single state and every single congressional district except for one there are people who worked in the area who lived in the area who went to school in the area pre school in the area who are at risk of falling ill today what message do you have for them and how do we reach all these people great that Congress acted finally. to make permanent the victim compensation fund so that you get compensation for your illness but what about finding these people and getting them to connect the dots of this illness eighteen years later was because you were there there's a lot involved with this but I think folks continue to have to continue to advocate the things that you're doing again this word out getting this message out on your heard all over the country that's critically important that folks understand around the country what not only the people in this region are going through whether to police fire first responder were civilians that just lived in lower Manhattan but the other folks that came from around the country to help us I don't know because they're not in the region if they realize the impacts and what we're dealing with and that they may be confronted with that situation very soon or hopefully never but I think that word of mouth and advocacy to continue to get that message out that we have to continue to support.

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"port authority" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

13:12 min | 2 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on WTVN

"The Port Authority police protects Kennedy airport Newark airport LaGuardia airport the ports the crossings the bridges and tunnels coming into New York from New Jersey to New York ed said nor is the highest ranking first responder ailing from a serious nine eleven illness is such correction only prior to me coming to the Port Authority in two thousand fourteen as deputy superintendent I was in New Jersey state trooper and on nine eleven I was sent one to specialize team of basically have rescue folks over by the governor Jersey to assist the folks in New York fast forward all those years two and a half years ago I was diagnosed with stage four cancer renal cancer as a result of my work at nine eleven on the pile your fifty six years old let's go back to September eleventh eighteen years ago you were there that day yes and you were there for how long we state police in New Jersey had a posture there for five days and weeks ahead of time the mission that I was I was an acting sergeant at the time in charge of our teams unit which was our swat heavy rescue underwater search recovery we're specialize unit that did all those different components for to stay in New Jersey so obviously we have the capability of heavy rescue so we were sent over there and then in between our mission on the pile we would be back in New Jersey executing search warrants whatever else was required of us to do our job because as you can imagine the FBI investigation that was going on right now there was a lot of things that we had to execute New Jersey also because some of the hijackers hi proximity in New Jersey where were you when you first found out what had happened that day eight. ten years ago I remember like it was yesterday I was standing in troop C. Princeton headquarters which was the troop headquarters building for our troopers assigned to my unit and somebody came up stairs and told us that a plane just hit the World Trade Center and you know probably like most people we thought it might have been just a paper plane or something that was out of the air space so by the time we walked downstairs into our lieutenants office the second plane had hit the tower we knew right then that this was not you know paper plane that this was a terrorist attack immediately and what happened then what were you thinking then we're a country at war we've just been attacked and that was before we knew everything else is going on at the Pentagon and as things continue to escalate you know things got heightened even more when you arrived on the scene what did you say complete disbelief of what was one standing there to to structure standing there and now they were nothing but rubble during the time you spend at ground zero did it ever cross your mind this could be unsafe because a week after nine eleven the EPA I could remember this like it was yesterday the headline in the New York Post the EPA says the air is safe everyone now you were already there as a first responder but everyone else went back to work went back to school went back to their lives. did you at any point think this Israeli not healthy down here you know at at that point I I know that thought never crossed my mind because we were being told quite often that everything's okay and you know obviously we were entrusting the folks that were there the doctors medical staff there what we're inhaling then what you're dealing with and what you were involved with as far as touching and you know cutting stealing climbing into voids in trying to do all types of different things you know that you know might never crossed my mind at the time because it was a mission in jail in hours hopefully to recover some folks in find some people you know on fourteen may have been buried so that thought never crossed my mind when it finally hit me was when I was given the news that for fifteen years or so I had this tumor growing inside me that now has metastasized because of the contaminants down to ground zero I am speaking with ed said gnar he is the head of the Port Authority police department and he is the highest ranking first responder with the nine eleven cancers that has come public because there are a lot of other people who were elves and have not come forward you were diagnosed two and a half years ago with stage four cancer what were your symptoms I got a pain one day in my left side thought nothing of it so maybe I twisted something maybe you know on muscle just a sore muscle after a couple days the pain didn't subside and I knew was at that point different than a normal stretcher a pain or strain or something like that I went to a doctor they sent me to emergency room dating xray than they did a cat scan and then they gave me the news of what had happened absolute disbelief that you know all this time has went on and I had no symptoms leading up to and then all of a sudden it hit me and it hit me hard and what it did to the inside of my body now what I'm dealing with every day I've been lucky I've been health. in my entire life I was very active doing what I had to do and you know with the mindset that I had to you know always you know be strong continue on fight fight fight and this was just an obstacle that now I've been confronted with that I have to continue on with and it's life impacting not because there's there's no half hiding the fact that this is very very serious I continue on every day doing my job and you know hopefully protecting men women of New York and New Jersey and the people that come through here and the men and women of the Port Authority police department so I'm very passionate about not only this because of with nine eleven and continue remembrance of the families in the sick folks that continue to come up each and every day myself included that we can never forget and that's the big and can never forget the sacrifice that everybody has made how do you live your life differently knowing you have stage four cancer you know that that's a great question because people ask me that all the time all the same body still work and why do you do this and you know a sense of normalcy there's a purpose and you know I consider myself very lucky to be in a position I'm in and to do something I'm very passionate about and you know I have good days and bad days but you know I persevere and I keep pushing throwing you know while I'm very optimistic that I couldn't will continue I'm doing very well right now with my treatments and you know I just continue on like you know put as much normalcy in my life as I can and we try to live one day at a time and not look too far forward but it is very very it's like faltering because the family knows you know there's only certain things I can do and I can't do right now for between fatigue and you know treatments and things like that so we do the best we can to continue to move on as normal as possible are you scared more in shock of what I'm going through and the unknown of what's going to happen because what I have right now my. the cancer statistics are not favorable but I look at it as okay maybe I could be the one maybe I'm not one person that you know this treatment will you know help me and give me longevity in my life and that's what I I look at longevity in my life and quality of life are you angry or do you have regrets about doing what you did at ground zero never never that was the wouldn't change anything would not change that as a you know as a police officer as a state trooper at the time and as an American that was my job that's what I was trained to do and I was sent over there to do a mission and I led a group of men over there that you know we went in there we knew our capabilities as having rescue personnel what we had to do and anytime anybody asked me a question I emphatic answers now yes am I going to pay the price absolutely I'm gonna pay the price probably sooner than I would have expected but yes every single first responder I talked to says to me now and this is changed over the years because I've been talking about this issue for ten eleven years it's not a question of if I will get ill it's a question of when I will get ill and they are great fall if it's only a respiratory illness or if it's only a digestive issue because everyone who was there feels like you're looking over their shoulders thinking that cancer is coming along and and what's so scary is that I'm hearing your story over and over again that. at the time of diagnosis it's already stage for these nine eleven cancers are cancers on steroids statistics correct me if I'm wrong. there are currently two twenty two hundred port authority police officers wrecked. there are two thousand Port Authority police officers both retired and current who are currently ailing from nine eleven illnesses yes that's an astounding figure and I hear the same thing from the New York police department and the FDNY the fire department of New York it's astounding number and like the numbers you said you know the Port Authority is charged with protecting obviously the World Trade Center that's responsibility of our police department and the men and women that both right now active and retired that were there during the nine eleven as you said the numbers keep growing and you know we've lost several more since that day the police department unfortunately holds the record of losing thirty seven officers in one day that's a record no police department ever wants to have and you know unfortunately folks as they continue to move on with their disease or whatever their illnesses you know we're starting to face more more people that are reaching you know their demise but the support network things that you do things that you know Jon Stewart is done just unbelievable what people do for us and we cannot thank them enough for reminding people that there are still hundreds of thousands of people out there that are very sick as a result of their dedication work they've done a ground zero first responders who were there no of what could happen there are first responders who came here from every single state and every single congressional district except for one there are people who worked in the area who lived in the area who went to school in the area pre school in the area who are at risk of falling killed today what message do you have for them and how do we reach all these people great that Congress acted finally. to make permanent the victim compensation fund so that you get compensation for your illness but what about finding these people and getting them to connect the dots of this illness eighteen years later was because you were there there's a lot involved with this but I think folks continue they have to continue to advocate the things that you're doing getting this word out getting this message out in your her all over the country that's critically important that folks understand around the country what not only the people in this region are going through whether to police fire first responder or civilians that just lived in lower Manhattan but the other folks that came from around the country to help us I don't know because they're not in the region if they realize the impacts and what we're dealing with and that they may be confronted with that situation very soon or hopefully never but I think that word of mouth and advocacy to continue to get that message out that we have to continue to support the men and women that you know are suffering and what they went through and like you said connect the dots because it's very very important people understand do you have any other message for our listeners today eighteen years after September eleventh were safer nation what are folks armed forces do overseas to protect the homeland is just amazing and I think the work that all police fire first responders do on a daily basis I think sometimes folks don't realize what we're confronted with each and every day every day on my mind as the head of Reporters starting in our critical infrastructure that we protect could happen today could happen to mourn a ticket on every American's mind so I think we need to be diligent in what we do carry on with our lives you know that is a very important message that we're not gonna let somebody dictate what we do or how we act as.

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"port authority" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Afternoon to ten. It's tuesday. We are GM D on gift, and I go on that radio. And I'm big Bill Doyle, so this is a dark day in history understand. Did you read it? I haven't got a chance to read it. But just from the headline is this the day is the day. It all happen. Yeah. This is a day that an entity was born that I don't think most new Jerseyans are fans of. The port authority read about it on the page. Then we then we used to talk about them and people would call who had been like contractors, and in that in those almost like palatial headquarters authority, and they talked about the art work, and the best of everything carpeting, and all my guard member money, they spent remember, I know you do the bridge gate scandal in Wildstein was making a hundred seventy five thousand dollars a year. And nobody in that place knew what he did. Yeah. Nobody knew what he did surveys. Ing. It was like he was there to do one thing. And he eventually did it and then he left. That is very very strange. Also, no there is not a soon. Nami off the coast of New Jersey some in Harvey cedars could've thought so because of some messages that went out so you could read about that and more. Oh, there's also a rather curious story about how a flash or got caught. And I mean, it was as dumb a move as you could possibly make. If you're going to flagellant. Oh, yeah. He did everything but just show up naked and turn himself into the cops. He helped him tremendously. Yeah. You can read about that as well. Other the skin Doyle page on nj one five dot com. Can do that. Okay. I hope people don't beat me up for this. But I'm sorry. This story it was out yesterday. But I can't stop thinking about it. The dog that jumped out the fourth story window on impaled itself and impaled itself. Yeah. Okay. What an idiot. Now. I know I'm supposed to say, oh, poor Pucci and everything and I'm not wishing the dog any harm. And I'm glad the dog is recovering. But if you didn't catch this the story is still up on the website, and it it's about a dog. This is an Inglewood, right? It's about a dog that is home alone. The owners aren't there at the time? And there is a window open enough. And some versions of the story say that there was a screen in the window. You would think that that's all you would need this dog. It's four stories up and for some stupid reason this Basset hound decides to just charge the window. And ram the screen out. And go. And goes flying like super Dave out of a four storey window, and it's on its way down. And what happens it, it ends up and this actually probably saved its life because it cut like a four storey window. That's probably about a forty something footfall. Right. That's fatal. Okay. So there's a street light down below. And for some reason the top the casing of the street light. There's like this little spike on top of decorative. I guess. Yeah. Why would you design streetlight light like that? Yeah. I like him. Why? I don't know. I just idea of a spy satellite. Yeah. I don't know. It was it like to keep pigeons from landing. Then was that? All it was hope it's decoration just to look bad as I it's a little weird. But it probably saved this dog's life because it cut the fall because they say, it's a streetlight twenty feet off the ground. So you have to figure that's cutting the fall in half that might be now survivable, but in order to survive it on its way onto the streetlamp that spike, we mentioned it impaled the dog impaled itself on its front leg right up by the shoulder by the body right through. I mean, there's a photograph. You could see this photo of Inglewood firefighters working on the dog. And oh my God. I mean, it's not you're not seeing blood or gore or anything. But but you're clearly seeing the bottom of the leg. And then the top of the leg where the spike of the lamppost is jutting out. It's like went right through the animal, and so they eventually free the animal they get it to a veterinarian, and they're treating it. And they say that the dog its name is Libby is stable and expected to make a full recovery. All right, which is nice, which is nice. But how are you going to be if you're the owner, and you get that vet Bill, it's like you jumped out a four storey window that had a screen on it. How dumb are you dogs will do the dumbest things dog won't even go out the sliding glass door unless it's got six inches of clearance on both sides. I mean, it doesn't even like to touch anything. I can't imagine our dog ever ramming a screen, right? Like dogs can be incredibly smart. But even the incredibly smart dogs will sometimes just do the dumbest things like some of the crap that a dog will eat. You can leave like, you know, nuts and bolts on the floor. And there are some dogs that will like suddenly just eat it. And you're like looking for your parts, you don't suppose fluffy, actually ate that. And yet they did. So we we want to know because I bet you everybody's got a story you've ever had a dog dumb ways that pets hurt themselves. I'm usually thinking dogs. This could be a cat. It could be something else. But just dumb things that they ate. And then when you think they get into these stupid situations, and then often if they need medical attention. It could cost you big money. And like some of the things that dog could eat can wrapped around at stomach whatever you have to go in surgically his dogs that Iraq's. Yeah. And they have to go in and get them out. Right. Right. And it could be it could be hundreds of thousands of dollars just to save a dog from itself because there was no reason that you needed to do this or you know, jumping out a four storey window or what? Whatever might be. You don't always think about what I was just behind somebody yesterday when they had a dog. I'm sorry. I was looking down on my. And frequent caller lupine has my number. And he just texted me. He says blame the squirrel decides. There was a squirrel through the window charge. The screen, but I was right behind a car that had a dog with his whole front end. Pause and everything hanging out of a fully lowered window like if the dog wanted to he could just launch himself with his back legs right out the window. And I kept waiting for it to happen because it wasn't just the head. It was like his entire like four arms. Okay. Four legs. Like sticking out the window and that has to have happened sometime. You have to have had a dog would ride in the back of a pickup truck that just saw squirrel or whatever. And then just you know, hurt itself by jumping out of the inopportune time. But what kind of dumb ways did a pet ever hurt itself with with you one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five my friend had this dog. It was an Irish setter in how playful and they're just full of energy and bounding around. There were stairs going down to the basement at the bottom of the stairs. There was a wall in a right? Turn of right ankle. Every time. Every time. If dog went down the stairs. It wouldn't go. Slowly, it will go bounding down with all its energy and run into the wall. Like, you would say you would understand once even twice forgotten. All right. No. I mean, he can see. I don't know. Maybe didn't hurt him that much. Maybe he was making sport of it. I don't know. Like a wrestling fan. You know backyard wrestling, slam my face table. This is fun. I don't know. Maybe he was enjoying it. But that is weird. All right. Who's had a pet yet? But I don't know whatever I can't imagine this narrow, but it eight something to jump through something crashed into something dumb ways that your pet injured itself. 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"port authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"port authority" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It was business as usual for two charters that share the campus. Jeff Williams is one of the teachers on strike with really like having Burger King and McDonalds exist in the same building. They are competitors for the district acts like we're not in the competition. We are cohabitating with them. LA unified has authorized more independent charters than any other school district in the country two hundred and twenty four this strike is about class sizes and the number of nurses in schools among other things, but for some it's also a referendum on charters, which compete for students and dollars for NPR news. I'm Anna, Scott. House. Republicans say they're blocking fellow Republican congressman Steve king from committee assignments for two years, the move is punishment for king's recent comments to the New York Times questioning why the phrases white nationalist and white supremacist have become offensive. This is NPR. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy will deliver his first state of the state address tomorrow. The speech is supposed to lay out the governor's priorities for the new year. But as WNYC's Karen rouse reports repairing his relationship with the legislature might be the governor's biggest challenge Murphy's signature campaign promises. Legalizing weed and raising the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour fell flat. When he couldn't see eye to eye with state Senate president Steve Sweeney, Bridget Harrison is a political science professor at Montclair state university. She says when it comes to relationship building. Murphy could stand to take a lesson from his predecessor Republican Governor, Chris Christie who within days of getting elected reached out to the Democrats Sweeney. And he said, let's well for steak dinner, you know, I'm buying and let's figure out how we can work together. Harrison said an overture to Sweeney Tuesday speech could go a long way for the governor an art exhibit installed on the grounds of the World Trade Center that features a giant candy sculpture wrapped in different countries flags including Saudi. The Arabia is being relocated following complaints from nine eleven victims. Groups candy nations features sculptures of giant pieces of candy wrapped in different countries flags victims groups have called candy nations insensitive because fifteen of the nineteen attackers who carried out the nine eleven attacks were Saudis and some of accused the country of aiding the hijackers the kingdom has long denied any role in the attacks. The port authority says the exhibit will be moved to JFK airport air train system later this week..

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