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"president andre duda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That U.S. House speaker Nancy Pelosi after visiting Kyiv yesterday was in Poland today Poland's president Andre duda today and I'm very grateful that we can adhere and talk about our relations about the European price and especially about the situation in Ukraine how to help them Yeah same Poland is available to support Ukraine in every way possible Donald Trump's strength will the Republican Party will be tested tomorrow with the Republican primary in Ohio Bloomberg's Rick Davis Donald Trump really doesn't play much in the money game He likes to covet those funds for his own use But he has people like Peter Thiel who has spent tens of millions of dollars in this race alone supporting JD Vance And of course you have for other candidates People like the club for growth who are opposing Donald Trump's candidate JD Vance and instead supporting Josh mandel And that has gotten Donald Trump to attack the club for growth So yeah so I Rick says find out who's a God what he calls the juice in this election cycle of moving forward and China and South Korea nuclear envoys are setting up meetings to discuss North Korea no date is of yet but we'll follow that for you So I know the man who has the juice Dan Schwartzman All right let's get to Dan for a look at global sports So he's got his tickets already Dan do you have your tickets barsa Real Madrid coming to the states this summer Is it true Well I wish I did but then again I may be asking for a re fountain Doug because the planned U.S. preseason tournament is soccer friendly's which involves Barcelona Real Madrid and throwing Juventus as well It's in danger of collapse and although no reason has really been given yet Now A.C. Milan had been approached as a fourth club to join the tour that would play matches all over Now a classico between barsa and Madrid had even been proposed to take place in Las Vegas but now we don't know barcelo.
"president andre duda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President Biden is reading with Ukrainian refugees in Poland ahead of his major speech today on the Russian war in Ukraine Biden visited the huge camp at the stadium in Warsaw that's a temporary home to thousands of Ukrainians who fled their homeland Earlier Biden wrapped up a meeting with Polish president Andre duda in which Biden called for NATO unity in the face of Russian aggression The president's speech is set for 1 p.m. eastern from Poland Atop Russian general says the first phase of the war in Ukraine is over The general made the announcement in a briefing on Friday and said the main tasks of the first stage of the operation have been completed He claimed Russian forces have reduced the combat potential of Ukrainian forces allowing Russia to focus on its main goal of liberating the breakaway region of Donbass the announcement comes as Russian forces appeared to be stalled near Ukraine's capital and second largest city A key Democrat is backing judge katon G Brown Jackson's confirmation for the U.S. Supreme Court Jim Forbes has the latest West Virginia moderate Joe Manchin is sometimes a question mark for Democrats in the 50 50 Senate He released a statement saying he has thoroughly evaluated the nominee and finds the federal judge's record in qualifications quote exemplary the Senate is expected to vote on Jackson's confirmation next month Scientists say a large area of Antarctic ice has fallen apart satellite images show a 450 square mile area of the conger ice shelf on the eastern side of the continent of Antarctica appears to have collapsed NASA researchers say the collapse probably happened around March 15th a NASA scientist tweeted images on Friday showing large pieces of the ice shelf adrift in the ocean Researchers say an unusually extreme warming trend that sent daily highs near 70° earlier this month in eastern Antarctica is partially to blame Effective today Hawaii is no longer requiring COVID vaccination records or negative test results from visitors Authorities say face masks will still be required at airports due to federal transportation rules I'm Julie Ryan Consumer sentiment remains at an 11 year low due to high inflation Has the details The University of Michigan's final reading for March fell slightly from last month the survey noted rising pessimism about personal finances the outlook for the economy and higher prices Chief survey economist Richard Curtin said nearly a third of all consumers expect their financial condition to worsen in the year ahead It's the highest level since the survey started in the mid 1940s I met mattson A jury is ordering the city of Denver to pay a group of protesters $14 million Fox News reports the jury found the city violated the first and Fourth Amendment rights of those who protested the police killing of George Floyd in 2020 The plaintiffs say they were injured with bean bags and pepper sprayed while trying to peacefully protest the $14 million will go to the 12 who sued The Academy Awards are ramping up COVID protocols with the show taking place this weekend Brian shook has more Anyone that's within a zero to 5 day window of a positive COVID test is not permitted to attend meantime those within a 6 to ten day window of a positive COVID test are asked to provide proof of negative results from two verified tests The Academy Awards take place Sunday in Los Angeles I'm Brian shook The underdog of March Madness is still in the race Saint Peter's defeated third seed produced 67 64 in the sweet 16 to make history Friday The peacocks are the first ever 15 seed to make it to the elite 8 round of the NCAA tournament Daryl banks led the way for St. Peters with 14 points in the historic win Taylor Hawkins the drummer of the Foo Fighters is dead The Foo Fighters announced his passing on their social media accounts the Los Angeles Times report Hawkins died in Columbia while the band is on tour They said they are devastated by the tragic and untimely loss of Hawkins and sent their love to his wife children and family There's no word on the cause of death he was 50 years old I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Suzanne Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom President Joe Biden will speak tonight from Poland on the war in Ukraine Bloomberg's Anne Marie horden is covering the trip The president will likely address what she saw in Poland and the very close to the border yesterday and who will likely address the devastating humanitarian crisis when he speaks this evening Bloomberg's Anne Marie hud reporting from Poland will be carrying the president's remarks live All 5 of New York's pension systems want to dump nearly $300 million invested in the Moscow stock exchange but can't This according to the New York Post because Russia has blocked foreigners from selling shares The post says the pension systems will continue to hold the investments while waiting for Moscow to drop the restriction Mary Eric Adams is defending his decision to make an exception to the city's vaccine mandate for athletes and performers The story from Bloomberg's Charlie poet It's a change that has drawn ire from union leaders city council members and health experts for creating a double standard among who is required to get vaccinated On Thursday mayor Adams said he was ending a vaccination requirement for New York based pro athletes and performers New York fired more than 1400 workers were not getting shots The city schools Chancellor is calling for an investigation of a software company after data of over 820,000 students was hacked in January more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Chancellor David banks says blaming software company illuminate education for this hack And he is calling for a probe by the state education department Demographic data academic information and economic profiles all among the data accessed by these hackers And representatives of the company did not return a request from New York one for comment Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini reporting global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Suzanne Palmer This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg intelligence The new tools that a metaverse can bring allows you to create more immersive content To sell less oil more electrons in their research and data on 2000 companies and 130 industry The supply chain breakdown is combining with labor shortages at least during manufacturers continue to dominate or.
"president andre duda" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"I'm Bill Curtis And I'm Peter sagal This week a highly intelligent capable woman had to sit quietly and listen politely while a bunch of men pompously explain things to her she already knew Fortunately she had majored in doing just that at Harvard will ask who relied on years of practice plus Dan snow the historian who helped discover the wreck of Ernest Shackleton chip talks about how he came in from the cold and Bill Curtis explains why while doing the show alone at home he still has a catered pre show dinner What am I going to do Not eat something We'll ask who is really a little peckish on our quiz coming up right after This hour's news Live from NPR news I'm Giles Snyder President Biden is at the presidential palace in Warsaw saying the NATO alliance is something Russia was hoping to break Vladimir Putin was counting on Being able to divide data To be able to separate the eastern Flank from the west be able to separate nations based on past histories But he hadn't been able to do it President Biden holding talks on Ukraine with his Polish counterpart on the second day of his visit to Poland the Ukrainian defense and foreign ministers also attending the BBC's Mark Lowe and reports are expected to discuss president Andre duda's previous offer to hand over fighter jets to Ukraine Today he's in these meetings with the Polish president and the Ukrainian officials He'll also be meeting some of the new arrivals some of the refugees Remember Poland is welcomed more than 2.2 million refugees to Poland and he'll be meeting them in the water national stadium And then later on he will be giving an important address that The White House is billing as a major address that will speak to the stakes.
"president andre duda" Discussed on WTOP
"Top story we're following for you today involves the war in Ukraine and its fallout CBS News special report After an arrival ceremony in Warsaw President Biden is meeting with Polish president Andre duda assuring him the U.S. and EU will help Poland shoulder the burden of the Ukrainian refugees who've entered the country as many as 2 million Ukrainians are now in Poland CBS Nancy cordes says bogged down Russian troops may no longer be trying to capture the capital In Ukraine the Russian strategy appears to be shifting Pentagon officials say they see signs that Russia is bringing in more troops from a Russian occupied region of nearby Georgia and they say the Russian military is no longer advancing towards Kyiv And Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says Russian president Vladimir Putin is concentrating his forces on the disputed Donbass region in southeastern Ukraine Maybe he wants to secure more ground where he already has been fighting now for 8 years CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise Ukraine is also front and center on Capitol Hill where there's more support for beefing up NATO's military presence in Eastern Europe WTO's Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill Virginia senator Tim kaine a member of the Senate armed services committee says it's important that the U.S. back up the alliance We can not sit back and just assume that Vladimir Putin is not going to undertake military aggression against NATO allies Kane says the situation has very real consequences for military personnel both here and abroad A Norfolk based aircraft carrier isn't far away The Harry S. Truman carrier group is deployed in the med to support this operation Jets from the carrier have been working in recent months with NATO aircraft training and helping to bolster the allies presence in the region On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news D.C.'s Trump international hotel will soon have a new name and new management Donald Trump's luxury hotel in the old post office building near The White House has received approval from the government to hand over the least to CGI merchant group A Miami investment fund that counts Alex Rodriguez and former boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. as investors It's the last hurdle to a deal with a $375 million price tag when the deal is finalized in a few weeks the new lease holders plan to strip the Trump name off the facade and rebrand the hotel as a Waldorf Astoria under a separate agreement with Hilton The hotel drew diplomats lobbyists and plenty of ethical concerns over the potential for conflicts of interest a congressional oversight committee says the hotel lost $70 million during Trump's four years in office Jennifer King Washington A body has been discovered in piscataway park in southern Maryland and it may be that of a missing fairfax county woman Police say they intend to release more information about the Hannah Choi investigation if there's a positive identification of the remains but what's known now The man charged with her murder is still unaccounted for 27 year old Joel Moreno 35 year old Choi was reported missing march 6th Fairfax county police have said previously they believe the pair may have had an argument the night before and examination of the home the couple shared and the Alexandria portion of fairfax county revealed missing bedding and what police call evidence suggesting Choi was harmed before her disappearance In Northern Virginia Christy king WTO P news Renting a car soon for that long overdue trip could be a costly challenge Skyrocketing rental car costs are putting the squeeze on summer vacation plans We're looking at rates anywhere from 80 to a $100 a day And most places but there are some particularly troublesome spots and those include Hawaii We're seeing rate to a $120 a day and up Jonathan Weinberg was auto slash dot com says rental demand is currently down but we expect that demand to come back very quickly And once it does prices are going to spike So anyone who's looking to run the car should be making their plans now Stephen Kauffman CBS News Coming up on WTO some objections.
"president andre duda" Discussed on WTOP
"Roundup late edition I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago President Biden travels to Poland to visit with U.S. troops and Ukrainian refugees CBS Steven portnoy is there The president traveled as close as he could get to the Ukrainian border landing about 60 miles west in Poland Part of my disappointment is that I can't see it firsthand like I had another place Biden said the people fleeing Russian bombs need the world's help now Polish president Andre duda says his country has taken in more than 2 million of them Wait do not call them refugees They're our guests our brothers our neighbors from Ukraine President Biden says he'll meet with some of them tomorrow here in the Polish capital Stephen portnoy CBS News Warsaw Unable to take Kev CBS as David Martin on Russia's focus now The Russian defense ministry says it has decided to make eastern Ukraine a priority and a defense official says that is reflected in increased ground assaults and air strikes Russian aircraft are now flying 300 missions a day Although their effectiveness is hampered by the poor performance of precision guided weapons which have a failure rate as high as 60% The U.S. police four Russian state actors were behind February's heck of U.S. telecommunications firm via sat CBS Nicole Schengen U.S. officials tell CBS News the hack which coincided with the Russian invasion targeted satellite communication terminals in Ukraine caused outages of services in Ukraine Germany and other Central European countries reaction to the CBS News Washington Post investigation detailing texts between Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas wife Jenny and former president Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows over 2020 presidential election results CBS Robert Costa The text message revelations have raised the question of whether justice Thomas should recuse himself from any cases related to the investigation House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy I think justice Thomas could make his decisions like he's made him every other time It's his decision.
"president andre duda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And national news and for that we had to Washington D.C. for a check the latest with Nancy Lyon Finance Thanks Tim President Biden is seeing firsthand the refugee crisis emerging in Poland Biden today visited one town where hundreds of thousands of refugees have arrived with some of the moving on as they flee the war in Ukraine through an interpreter Polish president Andre duda thanked the president for the visit and all the security and logistical help It is a sign and a message that you care about the security of Poland Today mister president you met with U.S. soldiers who are deployed here And her watch over our security They also help in this very difficult work which is receiving millions of refugees Duda says building up the eastern Flank of NATO is crucial as Russia continues its attacks But with the war now entering its second month Ukraine is sounding more defiant We spoke with the deputy chief of staff to president volodymyr zelensky We don't have any agreement any peaceful agreement or the peaceful limit of any terms We will want the peaceful agreement that you bring in terms because we are starting by surviving globally New York Joker tells Bloomberg Ukraine stands ready for serious negotiations at the presidential level He says they want security guarantees from the European Union including fast track membership That's looking like the Senate democratic caucus is unified in backing katangi Brown Jackson's nomination to the Supreme Court Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia who is often broken with the ranks on Biden nominees and other areas says he will support Jackson's confirmation Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg.
"president andre duda" Discussed on WTOP
"President Biden is only two miles away from a country at war He's inside Poland talking about the extraordinary refugee crisis and meeting with U.S. troops deployed there to help Tomorrow he meets with the Polish president His visit to Europe a very much on edge region because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine follows meetings in Brussels yesterday with EU leaders and allies Let's go live now to Poland and CBS News White House correspondent Stephen portnoy Stephen you've been there with the president this morning Tell us a little bit about what has been happening and what the tone has been like Well the president within the hour has landed here in Warsaw the Polish capital Earlier today he was in a town called shesh off Poland which is in the southeastern part of the country about an hour's drive west of the Ukrainian border The president said he was disappointed that he couldn't get closer and see the devastation that's been reaped by Russian bombardment firsthand the way he says he has seen other war zones in the past The president says that he's looking forward to meeting tomorrow with Polish refugees Today he had a roundtable with the Polish president Andre duda and he and others who were working on the humanitarian relief efforts the massive efforts in this country Poland to see to it that millions of people who have fled Ukraine for safety have the opportunity to find new places to live and places to find food The president said that they need help now and duda the president of this country said that here in Poland they don't call them refugees He says they are our guests our neighbors are brothers from Ukraine So that's the story here I will tell you here in Warsaw we've seen the effort and Warsaw is the capital of this country I was walking by a train station today and I saw lines where the world central kitchen has been handing out food and some American tourists approached and the authorities said no no no This is only for Ukrainians Tomorrow Steven I think you mentioned the president is meeting with Poland's president Do you know what they plan to speak about Vis-à-vis the war Well they did have an opportunity to meet today at that round table They will meet again tomorrow for a bilateral conversation here in the Polish capital I imagine it will be along some of the similar lines but also perhaps it'll have to do a bit more with national security But part of tomorrow will have the president giving formal remarks just before he ends this European trip where he'll reflect on all the things that he see in the people he's met what he feels he's achieved on this trip And what he said yesterday at his press conference I think was pretty revealing The president said that he called the extraordinary meetings that we saw yesterday with NATO the G 7 and the EU to do two things essentially demonstrate to Vladimir Putin that the world could essentially stand up to him And two he said what most important is making sure that the allies are united on all the sanctions And intent on ramping them up over time All right CBS News White House correspondent Steve and port north Stevens thanks so much always for your reporting Thanks Steve You bet It's two 13 USAA insurance is made for the safe pilots Like sergeant Hayden when her hands are on the wheel of her phone is in her purse so don't bother calling You're going straight to voicemail And because she has.
"president andre duda" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Clear evidence that war crimes are being committed by Russian forces in Ukraine spokesperson John Kirby says the department continues to see indiscriminate attacks on civilians that in many cases are intentional There's no justification for it So I might be going to try to do that But clearly they are causing increased numbers of civilian casualties Russia today warned that relations with the United States are on the verge of a breach The Kremlin cited President Biden's recent criticism of Russian president Vladimir Putin Biden last week called Putin a war criminal and blasted him for what fighting called atrocities being committed by Russian troops in Ukraine The White House says the president will travel to Brussels this week to meet with NATO allies and PR's Franco or donia's reports Biden will also travel to Poland on Friday to meet with his Polish counterpart The White House says Biden will meet with president Andre duda to discuss the quote humanitarian and human rights crisis resulting from the Russian invasion of Ukraine The United Nations says there are now more than 2 million refugees who have fled into Poland President Biden is traveling to Europe later this week to meet with NATO allies and G 7 and European leaders to discuss international efforts to support Ukraine World leaders are increasingly concerned about the crisis expanding into neighboring countries Biden has repeatedly said that the United States will not send U.S. forces into Ukraine but at the same time will defend quote every inch of NATO territory Stocks traded lower today on Wall Street the Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 201 points but NASDAQ composite also traded lower down 55 This is NPR news in Washington From WAB E News in Atlanta good afternoon I'm Jim burris for time now 5 32 as gas prices soar advocates in Georgia are highlighting other ways to get around Emily Jones has more Last weekend Margaret Mullins did something that for her is pretty normal She rode her bike and a Marta bus to get to church When I was putting my bike on the bike of the bus and everything the operator was going Oh everyone's going to need one of those soon enough These gas prices are just too high Mullins is the senior operations manager of the Atlanta bicycle coalition She's having conversations like this a lot lately Especially now I think that hunger is only increasing with the gas prices going up as well And while the recent spike in gas prices has some looking for cheaper ways to get around plenty of Georgians don't have access to cars to begin with Or they want to cut back on driving for another reason Climate change The transportation sector is the biggest source of the emissions that cause global warming But Mullen says there's a big issue The cars are going really fast and people very understandably don't feel comfortable sharing the road with cars Biking advocates are tackling this problem from two directions They're pushing state and local government for bike lanes and safer intersections and road design that accounts for everyone using the road Bikes pedestrians people in wheelchairs and on scooters not just cars And they're educating people directly Rachel umana is with bike walk Macon which just started offering classes to help people bike more safely It's something that they used to do years ago and hate that they've kind of lost that Ability to do it and express that they got a lot out of the class And gained.
"president andre duda" Discussed on KOMO
"The wrong side of the law. Accused of robbing a Siri's of banks. Trade Johnson reports dubbed a serial bank robber by the FBI, Miami attorney Aaron Honaker will remain in federal custody, a judge ruled. He's a flight risk. Cops caught him this week. We're able to apprehend the individual safely without any incident. A detective reportedly snagged Honaker right before he was about to hit another bank. He had a hammer demand notes and admitted that TD bank was next on his list. We have been collectively working with the FBI. Because of serial bank robberies that we have had in the city of Coral Gables moniker is charged with robbing to banks and the attempted robberies of four other Coral Gables, Spain. I'm Trey Johnson. Violence Raging in Nigeria. These are your world Headlines from ABC News President Buhari says dozens of people have been killed in Nigeria as protests against police brutality have rocked the nation. The casualties are mostly civilians, but include some police officers and soldiers, protest groups and now advising people to stay at home and observe local Cathy. Polish President Andre Duda has tested positive for cave in 1948 year old leader says he feels fine. Earlier this week he met with the Bulgarian president at an event in Tallinn. He is now under quarantine. Protests have broken out in Naples, Italy, as local residents are angry at a further tightening of restrictions crowd through smoke bombs and write. Police responded with tear gas. The regional president has called for another national locked down to help prevent deaths on Sudan has become the latest Arab country to normalize relations with Israel. After Gulf nations Bahrain and the U. S. He became the first in the Middle East to do so. President Trump said that at least five more Arab states wanted peace deals with Israel. Do they make father in ABC News at the Foreign desk. London It's the classic of classic video games, Mom. Now it's making a comeback. Atari is releasing a little tabletop device called the Atari Mini Pond Junior. It looks kind of like a Nintendo switch except on either side of the display or just two dials. That way. Two people can play pong.
"president andre duda" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Groups. McNabb argues that the government's failure to publicly acknowledge right wing extremist groups has hampered the polices ability to distinguish between right wing protesters and right wing extremists. Democrat Bennie Thompson of Mississippi is chairman of the House subcommittee on Homeland Security, which is considering the domestic terrorism or data act. If passed. The bill would create a Congressional commission to study domestic terrorism and the surge in white supremacist extremism, although violent incidents like the one that targeted Latinos at an El Paso, Texas, Wal Mart last year. Are typically isolated in nature and carried out by one or a few individuals. They're taking place more frequently. Heidi Barrick is executive vice president of the global project against Hate and Extremism. She says the inflammatory rhetoric that promotes these types of attacks is as widespread as ever mass casualty attacks. Like we saw in El Paso and Pittsburgh and power in the list could go on. And this is an international problem is what I'm most concerned about the white supremacists who have come to believe that they need to use terrorism violence. To bring down systems of government. Multicultural democracy is basically to stop a white genocide that has motivated most of the big mass casualty attacks and that motivation is not going to go away. Because demographics are shifting in much of the Western world, and and that's what they view as a threat. And if we don't intercept how this propaganda is spread on mainstream platforms where it allows for recruiting I'm just afraid that the next Christ Church could be around the corner. Eric is worried that past attempts by Congress to reform these social media corporations have been too incremental. She would like to see 1/3 party auditor, directed and empowered by Congress investigate how social media companies enforced their terms of service. Visa VI hate speech. Social media platforms say they restrict hateful speech and white supremacist propaganda. But civil rights organizations say they keep finding it on their platforms. Nonetheless, experts say, Facebook and other platforms are instrumental in recruiting young men to these extremist militia groups. Derek says that after high profile events take place Facebook does crisis control. For example, she says the company band dozens of accounts and Paige is associated with the Boogaloo movement following the shooting incident in California. But, she says after the event fades from the news cycle, Facebook stops cracking down on hateful content and rarely responds to internal reports of violent rhetoric or abuse for KP. If a news I'm Chris Lee reporting from West Oakland Unidentified hackers broke into the Twitter accounts of technology moguls, politicians, celebrities and major companies and an apparent Bitcoin scam. A scam included bogus tweets from former President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden, former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg and a number of tech billionaires, including Amazon CEO Jeff Basis, Microsoft co founder Bill Gates and Tesla's CEO Elon Musk. Celebrities Kanye West and his wife, Kim Kardashian west were also hacked. The Twitter accounts of those famous figures began tweeting similar messages, saying they were Feeling generous. I'm with double any Bitcoin payments sent to an anonymous address in the tweet. Simon marks reports. Twitter says it's investigating after hackers targeted several high profile accounts in a crypto currency scam. Profiles, including those of Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk posted a message encouraging uses to send money to a Bitcoin address. The Social media website says it was a coordinated social engineering attack technology reporter will die, it says it seems to have been a simple hack. In many ways outside individuals have managed to get hold of a control panel and access to a control panel used by Twitter staff. To help control and maintain those verified accounts. Quite simply these this this control panel was likely to be used if these accounts were compromised. The company's founder, Jack Dorsey, has apologized to users and says he is determined to get to the bottom of theater back. Simon marks Washington Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was to unveil a report from his commission on a nail Annable rights today. Pompeii. Leo created the commission last year. To address his concerns about shortcomings in the international human rights system. Mom. Paya told reporters that the report would focus on key areas of concern for him with the defending the American people for threats supporting international religious freedom or encouraging countries to secure property rights by upholding the rule of law. America defends rights And does good in the world. Critics of Pompeii pose approach say the State Department's focus would be on religious liberty and property rights are giving short shrift to the rights of women and lesbian and gay people. Pompeo's State Department has removed references to sexual and reproductive health from international resolutions and statements. As well as from the work of the department itself, and is dramatically expanded the global gag rule. That's the policy, which prohibits foreign organizations receiving US funding from providing any kind of information, referrals or services. About abortion. The leaders of Poland's right wing ruling party says some news media are misrepresenting the country's image and vowed that steps would be taken to make them see things in a more realistic way. He spoke after Polish President Andre Duda Narrowly won a 2nd 5 year term Dude, His victory strengthens their hold on power of Yaroslav Kosinski's Law and Justice Party, which backed the president's reelection reporter. Simon Marks has more President Andrey Duda returned to office for another five years with just 51.2% of the vote, pushing the centrist mayor of Warsaw into second place. President Duda was condemned by his opponents during the campaign for expressing homophobia views. And his return to office suggests that ongoing tensions between Warsaw and the European Union will now intensify. Joanna Pollution ska rights for Reuters from Warsaw promoted the campaign. It seemed like it would be a fairly easy victory for him, but then the energy and kind of divisiveness that was brought out through the campaign. It seems that I felt shovkovsky that the opposition candidate action stood Not a chance. I think what we will see is a continuation of A number of policy, especially when it comes to you Poland approach to you the European Union one way that many analysts kind of painting the collection with from the choice between a continuation of the conflict with the European Union or more open, more conciliatory tone. If you would have been the winner, President Duda did secure the endorsement of President Trump during a last minute visit to Washington days prior to the election. And the close outcomes suggests it might have bean the support from his political soul mate in the White House that put him over the top with FSN spotlight. I'm Simon marks, fire, officials said Today. Pacific Gas and electric Transmission lines sparked a wildfire in northern California wine country last year. That destroyed hundreds of homes and caused nearly 100,000 people to flee. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection or Cal Fire said investigators determined that line's northeast of Geiser Ville, We're responsible for igniting the Kincaid fire last October. That ripped through a wide swath of Sonoma County. The agency said in a statement that tinder dry brush and strong winds combined with hot temperatures and low humidity helped the fire spread at extreme rates..
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"Corona virus pandemic could push 130 million more people worldwide into chronic hunger this year last year before the outbreak, the annual U. N report estimated 690 million people went hungry. That's nearly 9% of the overall global population. And an increase of 10 million from the year before. More than 200 universities have come out in support of a lawsuit against pandemic curbs on international students. The Trump Administration is denying visas to those not taking at least one in person class this fall. School's filed briefs today backing the suit by Harvard and MIT. In addition, 17 states and the District of Columbia filed a separate suit against the policy. The White House is defending President Trump's grant of clemency to Roger Stone. On Friday, the president commuted his longtime allies, 40 month prison sentence for witness tampering and lying to Congress. Today. The White House press secretary dismissed criticism of that decision. It's absolutely not the case that only those who are politically connected, get a pardon. Thiss president is president. Criminal justice reform This president did the first step back. This president has fought for those who are given unduly harsh sentences more than any Democrat who like to talk about it, but never actually did it. The presiding federal judge in the case, demanded to know today if Stone will still have two years of supervised release, the Justice Department said the clemency order wipes out that requirement as well. We'll have more on this later in the program. Tensions between the United States and China are escalating again in the South China Sea. The Trump administration today rejected nearly all of Beijing's territorial claims in the region. In recent years, China has built military bases to back up those claims, and U. S warships have sailed through the region to contest them. Separately, China announced sanctions today against two U. S. Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio in Florida. Both have criticized human rights abuses against Muslims in western China. The U. S Ambassador for religious Freedom Sam Brownback, was also included the sanctions could ban all three from entering China. In Poland Conservative President Andre Duda has narrowly won a second term after he defeated Warsaw's Liberal mayor in Sunday's vote. Dude apologized today for a campaign that stoked anti Semitism and homophobia. But gay activists warned of what may lie ahead. Looks like we live in a country where hatred wins over love. It looks like we live in a country where fear wins over the openness towards others in a country where lies went over honesty, and I'm saying all of this as an ordinary person who is disappointed with people around Disappointed with my neighbors disappointed with my fellow countrymen. Judah has reduced poverty in Poland, but has also raised fears that he's curtailing freedom of the press and independence of the court's back in this country. More than 1000 employees of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are demanding that the agency address internal racism. NPR attained a letter from the group addressed to director Robert Redfield. It speaks of quote a toxic culture of racial aggressions against black employees. The CDC confirmed that Redfield received the letter but says nothing of his response. Washington, D. C is NFL franchise announced today it will change its name long criticized as a racial slur against Native Americans. The team also retired, it's Indian had logo. The move comes after years of protests and just days after the franchise launched a formal name review under pressure from corporate sponsors. There's no word yet on what the new team name will be. The U. S budget deficit hit an all time high of $864 billion in June. That came amid increased spending to counter the pandemics, economic toll and a massive decline in tax revenue. Meanwhile, trading was rocky on Wall Street today, the Dow Jones Industrial average gained 10 points to close at 26,086. The NASDAQ plunged 226 points. And the S and P 500 shed 30 and two passings of note. Actor Kelly Preston has died of breast cancer, according to her husband, John Travolta. Her movie highlights included Jerry Maguire in 1996. She was 57 years old and Nyah Rivera's body was found today in a southern California lake. Officials say she drowned. Rivera starred in the former TV series glee and she was just 33 years old. Still to come on the news hour..
"president andre duda" Discussed on WJR 760
"Write and tell you DVD HD to Detroit's great Voice of the Great Lakes, 7 60 Deluge Jr. Where Detroit comes to talk. Ah, death in Hollywood Navy SHIP FIRE Johnson actress Kelly Preston, who played the woman who Tom Cruise dumped in the movie, Jerry Maguire, has died. Reston was famous in her own right before marrying actor John Travolta nearly 30 years ago. They have three Children, one of whom Jett died at age 16 for the past two years. Preston's battled breast cancer in a Sunday statement, Travolta said his wife fought a courageous fight with the love and support of many. Kelly Preston was 57. Blaming a barrel of cleaning fluid for Sunday's fire aboard a Navy ship in San Diego Harbor. The fire broke out sometime around 8:30 a.m. On board the USS Bonham Rashard. Several explosions occurred, injuring 17 sailors and four civilians. None of the injuries life threatening. The amphibious assault vessel had only about 20% of its true around 160 sailors on board at the time, usually Ship carries more than 1000. All were able to get off the ship. Civilian and Navy fire crews are battling the fire, which were told could burn for several days. The origin and cause of the fire are under investigation. I'm Jim Room and appeals courts clear the way for the first execution by the federal government. In nearly two decades, 47 year old Daniel Lewis Lee was convicted of killing a family, including an eight year old girl in 1996. Is scheduled to die by lethal injection Monday at a federal prison in Indiana. He was close. But now official, Poland's conservative incumbent president Andres Duda, has won reelection. He beat the center right mayor of Warsaw by just 1.5%. What will it be? We may know. In a few hours, a new nickname for one of the NFL's oldest teams, the Washington Redskins coach Ron Rivera tells The Washington Post. He's worked with owner Daniel Snyder on a name that will honor both Native Americans and the U. S military. On Wall.
"president andre duda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Morning neighbor. Hong Kong lawmakers have scrubbed debate for a second straight tail Nejib nation that could allow extraditions to China for the first time Bloomberg's Karen day says this comes as tensions remain high between police and protesters US President Donald Trump weighed in on the turmoil. That's left. Dozens injured saying he was sure. Hong Kong and China would work it out by Thursday morning. A small crowd of protesters, many of them young and wearing masks to conceal their identities began regathering in Hong Kong. Karen Lee, Bloomberg daybreak Europe on the first visit by sitting Japanese Prime minister to run in forty one years since I wanna be's Jiang president has Andrew Ruhani to abide by nuclear deal rejected by the US and avoid conflicts. It will cause Bloomberg's Isabel Reynolds reports while the atmosphere pet friendly little tangible progress seems to have been made rule. Honey, said Abba, had told him Japan was keen to continue. New importing oil though is unclear whether this would be possible as the US tightened sanctions in Tokyo, Isabel Reynolds. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. President Trump and Poland's president Andre Duda discounts facing book, US troops in Poland to bolster eastern Europe against the threat from Russia. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has more. President Duda shown that agreement to construct infrastructure and a basis report a thousand troops. President Trump said further expansion could follow Poland buying thirty plus American thirty five fighter, the president's stage, a fly over of two of the aircraft conclude their meeting at the White House, or Chapman, Bloomberg daybreak Europe and space x has launched three Canadian satellites that will take daily scans of the country. Alka nine rocket took off from a military base in California and the satellites were deployed successfully an hour later. The Canadian space agency says they will provide two hundred and fifty thousand images to help amona set the environment table news. Twenty four hours a day on Aaron it take took on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and listenable than one hundred twenty countries. And the guarantee this is Bloomberg, Nara. Lianne. Thank you so much. Now with your morning sports. He is Joel Delman, seem any else sedate. Browse foot says it's always traumatic when a cyclist suffered serious injuries like Chris frame..
"president andre duda" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Just hours after President Trump signed an agreement with polish President, Andres Duda to boost US military presence in Poland toxins David's. Punt a new champion on the ice. The same Louis Blues go from last. I win the Stanley Cup championship NBC with the broadcast as the blues beat Boston four to one game seven. Two. After. The Stanley Cup is going back to the terrific. Lewis. This is Fox News. Cool. East winds? Occasional rain tonight. Some patchy ground fog and sponsor, low dropping down into the mid sixties well to maybe some rain early Thursday. Then some clearing in the afternoon. A lot warmer. Highs in Louise, I'm meteorologist, Mark from the Weather Channel one. Oh, six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes. Follow us on social media. Go to one six one FM talk dot com to connect. So here's what we're gonna do when making sense you want to be a millionaire make sense with interest. He need to learn what millionaires do and do what they do. It's Dave Ramsey today at six one six one FM talk, and I heart radio station on day. Lieutenant governor now another batch of hypocrisy highlights, accused of rape and serious sexual assault. John Hannity all the believers today. Three one oh, six one FM talk. Stay connected. I heart radio celebrates Father's Day with fallout. Boy. Thing. I like most being father is the really Teflon excuse for not hanging out with people like of he'll make sorry. Find more at heart radio dot com slash Father's Day, happy, Father's Day. Father's Day, happy father's, a mini Cooper for every kind of data out there. There's one for the super-busy death, the surf's up.
"president andre duda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Over the city or whatever it is. The glass spider web to underneath someone's fi. Could you imagine that when you're sitting there looking down go to those crack? That's my nightmare. I actually feared that would happen when I went down the sky slide, the LA observation deck where you guys had that party last year. I space. Yes, I thought I was going to crack the slide why. I don't know. It's just a fear. It's a glass slide on the side of a building. Scary. The presidents of Poland and the United States, speaking right now outside the White House, and the president Andre Duda. Poland is the one who's got the, the microphone so we're keeping an ear on that. See if President Trump says anything swamp watch. We'll talk more about the polling that came out that said that he would trail or is trailing Joe Biden in a nationwide poll. Think about fifty three to forty one percent. He came out and said that those are fake polls. There was also a story about his internal polling. We talked about yesterday swamp watch that the campaign says he is behind several very important states. But we'll get his reaction to that. Coming up later. Well, I saw this alert on Twitter that the governor has called for a moratorium on horse racing at Santa Anita. And I thought, what I looked in the statement and he said, I'm calling on the California horse racing board to ensure that no horse races until they are examined by independent veterinarians and found fit to compete. That's a brilliant move, governor Gavin that's been going on since the beginning of horse racing. Gus. In fact, they are examined multiple times right up until they are loaded into that gate by independent state better areas, couldn't he make a phone call. Couldn't have one conversation with how the protocol works at the horse races before he opened his, his or listen, even even if Gavin might be busy. He could have had his first partner do it or one of the keys or the seven people under her in her office. Any one of them could have gotten on the phone with the California horse racing board and simply asked the question. What happens to these horses? And are they checked out by veterinarians before they race? Now, the deputy communications director or business, consumer services and housing agency, which oversees, the horseracing board, the state's horseracing board said vets will be doing more and at some point today, they say they're going to unveil what it is that those were the veterinarians will be doing with those horses. So there's only six racing days left go down to del mar. Then they come back in the fall. I wonder listen. I know that this has been a particularly dangerous. Season year. What do you call it season for horses at Santa Anita, and it was shut down for a time as they tried to figure out what if anything was particularly wrong with the track conditions the care, the facility, something like that. And they never found anything they didn't find anything that was out of the ordinary and the unfortunate. But very true aspect of this type of sport is. The animals are expendable. It's not comfortable to say it's probably not comfortable to think about. It's just they can't survive with these types of injuries because the way that they're built right? And therefore, they're expendable. I don't like it. But it's it's one of those things that's the danger of the sport. Now, does it does it have a future? I don't know. I, I mean you look at all kinds of different sports that. I you know, I liked to see what they have done at Santa Anita since I decided to move there. If you don't know the story, I lived on the west side, and then Conway invited me. That's track one day and I had such a great time. I moved to never went to the track. You never went. But I live within about five minutes. What do you go all the time and the in recent years, they've tried to do things to bring in the millennials and bring in more crowds and things like that? They've gone through a bunch of, you know, they beer vents. They do different things to bring in more people than there now of huge renovations there. I mean, there's a lot of different or spaces that they're trying to refurbish they're doing outreach to teach people how to bet. They race day embassador. They're asked me how to bet and things like that. So they're trying to get more people involved. But it you go out there on a day when not much happening and just not a lot of people, you just wonder how long that business will be sustained, especially now in the new, everyone is offended, and everybody has caused world that we live in. Is this? I've never been to a track on the east coast. And I wonder it, it's always struck me as much more east. Coast style sport really out here and I don't know. I don't know why because I grew up in the bay area like did we at Golden Gate fields there? Forever. So it's, it's not as if I haven't been around, or having heard of it, it's just always struck me is back east thing. That's a fun. A southern thing, right? Yeah. Anyway, the governor screwed that up. But, but there is supposed to be some sort of an announcement today in how it is that the horse racing board is going to change the requirements for veterinarians in their of the inspections that they do on the animals before before they're found fit to compete. So we'll keep an eye on that we cover. My husband was forcing your wife to gamble when you guys were out there. Well, yeah, she's forced into a lot of things. That sets is not true. So we mean forced her into gambling he she didn't wanna gamble. She don't want to bet on the horses, and he kept saying, come on just just bet. Just two dollars. Maybe like she was like, no I'm good. And he's like, come on. And I guess that went on for a while. I would have loved to have seen that. Yeah. But I guess he won this time when we come back Star Wars has made Disneyland's lines disappear. This is a pretty spectacular. Fackler thing and they're calling it the Olympics effect, the eighty four Olympics. Sure. No traffic. We'll talk about that when we come back to Gary and Shannon Monica. What's happening? Well, speaking of Disney. Anaheim just granted Disney new building permits for California adventure. The park is now working on land themed around marvel superheroes so far Anaheim has approved a new retail outlet microbrewery. Character meet and greet area and a restaurant overhaul. Disney is expected to real reveal more about that land at the twenty three expo in Anaheim this August the band, North Carolina accused of killing three Muslim college students has pleaded guilty. The man claims the confrontation started with a fight over parking spaces, the family members, say they think the man acted out of anti Muslim hatred, and here's a crime many sweet tooth IRS can get behind vandals trash fairgrounds in Maine ceiling, one hundred twenty Whoopie pies and a fridge full of cookies. Also drank half a gallon of ice, t the scou-. He lions club says whoever was involved in this weekend. Steph, Ken confess and work off their crime by helping. The club.
"president andre duda" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"I'm Chris foster President Trump administration. Sources tell FOX will not decide whether he'll sign a border security Bill until after it's been finalized and reviewed the top House Republican Kevin McCarthy says you're going to have to find some common ground. So thought everyone's going to be happy about the agreement. But does it put a framework in to make sure that we're able to secure the border? That's what I'll be looking for in the language when it comes out, the text of the Bill isn't expected to be finished and released until tonight. Another partial government shutdown starts Saturday. If something isn't worked out vice president Pence is in Poland for an American sponsored global summit on the Middle East and Iran ahead of daddy tells a group of American and polish troops the United States of America. Will never waver in our commitment to our common defense. Vice president also met today with Poland's president Andre Duda. This is Fox News. Trending now on NewsRadio eight thirty K H VH, Jillian Norton. Dennis former deputy prosecutor, Catherine k Aloha is in more. Trouble. Federal prosecutors yesterday unsealed the new indictment against gala accusing her of being involved in a drug distribution conspiracy. With her brother in the grand jury indictment Kayla is accused of conspiring with her brother, Dr Rudolph, Anna and others to improperly distributed prescription pain and anti anxiety drugs, and they allegedly used proceeds from the sale of the pain pills to buy cocaine. Aloha and fool. Anna are expected in court this morning. More federal funding is being earmarked for public land projects throughout Hawaii. The Senate yesterday passed a package of bills that provides permanent funding for the.
"president andre duda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brazil after the news. They B C news. I'm John shea. Two days of ceremonies are beginning. Absent Georgia's cathedral in Istanbul to officially recognize the independence from Russia of Ukraine's orthodox church. The move has deepened the rift in the worldwide orthodox community. The Russian Orthodox church furious at the loss of its Ukrainian parishes has broken off links and the orthodox church in Poland has registered its opposition. Taiwan's president saying when has urged the international community to support the island in the face of threats from China. She suggested Beijing would intimidate other countries. If no one helps Toubon plea comes just days after the Chinese leader, Xi Jinping said he reserved the rights to use force to compel Taiwan to reunite with the mainland. Reports from Afghanistan say at least seven Afghan soldiers and sixteen Taliban militants have been killed in fighting in the southern province of Kandahar. The clash occurred after dozens of Taliban fighters attacked an outpost of the border. Police in Spin Boldak district on Friday night. Sporadic violence has continued across the southern Indian state of Kerala after two women entered the Sabra Mata temple on Wednesday explosive devices targeting politicians from the states governing coalition caused several injuries on Friday night in apparent revenge attacks one of the homes and an office belonging to Hindu activists. Was that on fire? Appellant has ordered safety checks at escape game venues across the country after five teenage girls were killed in a fire. President Andre Duda described it as an appalling tragedy. The cause of the fire remains unclear. And in Japan, more than three million dollars has been paid for a Pacific bluefin tuna at the first new year auction and Tokyo's main fish market. It's more than twice the previous record. And reflects the growing scarcity of the species, which is now listed as endangered that you, and I was bought by a sushi restaurant owner ABC news. Level. On the pitch in front of me. Twenty two players living out that Brazilian. Someone could've been here. But something got in his way. This is the story of the Brazilian football scar who never was. Welcome to assignments on.
Warsaw mayor bans far-right Independence Day march
"Last year, an annual March in Warsaw in honor of Poland's independence day was overrun by chanting boneheads extolling the virtues of aerienne supremacy second World War history, clearly not their strong suit this year, Walsall's mayor Hanna gronk of each Foltz has decided there will be no repeat of this squalid spectacle and banned the March pollens president Andre Duda suggested that he will now organize a March. But the only banners permissible will be Poland's own flag as opposed to those associated with organizations which have at various times attempted to stop Poland's own flag from flying at all George the mayor of also Hannigan kovic, volt is from the party in opposition to the the national government is this is this fair enough from her just saying this this this isn't going to happen thought. She was absolutely right. Most countries. Most states brittian included. Have powers for people to say if she's going to happen on the on the likelihood of violence, his high you can find it in. We do that's usually happened in Britain. I'm not surprised at happening in Walsall. If she's the person with the power to make that judgment seems to me the plenty of evidence that she could have expected a very nasty March. Indeed, it's just possible. They're going to try and hold it. Anyway. But I think she's doing a best.