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Brooklyn, New York Bishop Hails Ruling, Says Diocese in Line With Pope
"A good decision, says Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, head of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. He's talking about the Supreme Court's ruling the BAR New York from enforcing certain limits on religious gatherings in covert 19 hot zones. Brooklyn Bishop. The Mafia pointed out that the Catholic Church had complied with the rules until they were limited to groups of 10 or 25. A church that could house 1000. I don't think we've ever negated Rules that were imposed upon us except we had a difference of opinion on the number of people that could go into a building. That's a big difference from flaunting the rules, as some congregations have done. In Brooklyn and Queens, who started really the problem because they were not taking any proportions. They refused to take the forces. That was not our case. We comply with everything we were asked do and more. Marzio expects the Christmas season to be challenging but essential for believers after long pandemic, he said. People want to go to mass at Christmas. The Children need to see the negativity and acted out sometimes in different churches, So we're trying to prepare for that again safely.
Trump Celebrates SCOTUS Decision on COVID Restrictions
"CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand is that the White House Where the president is Also celebrating a Supreme Court ruling President Trump sent a happy Thanksgiving tweet Thursday morning Retweeting News of the Supreme Court's decision issued late Wednesday, blocking covert restrictions on houses of worship in New York in a 5 to 4 ruling with President Trump's latest appointee, Justice Amy Cockney Barrett. Now on the bench, the high court ruled in favor of religious groups, saying the state's coronavirus restrictions effectively barring many from attending religious services. Strike at the very heart of the First Amendment's guarantee of religious liberty, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn, issuing a statement applauding the court's decision, saying that they are gratified and appreciate the court's recognition of a clear First Amendment violation in urgent need for relief in that case.
Supreme Court Rules New York Cannot Limit Attendance At Houses Of Worship Due To COVID-19
"Some religious groups in new york are celebrating last night's rare late night. Supreme court decision blocking an executive order from new york governor andrew cuomo that restricted attendance at religious services in their neighborhoods because the pandemic ultra orthodox jewish organizations in brooklyn and queens and the roman catholic diocese of brooklyn claim. That cuomo single them out. The state pointed to the recent spike in covid nineteen cases. And then there was that alarming ultra orthodox wedding last week. The two hundreds not wearing masks. The court's decision was five. Four with its newest justice emmy coney barrett considered the fifth vote. Emily brazilan staff writer at new york times magazine and fellow at the yale law. School is here emily. Thank you for taking a break from your thanksgiving thanks. You are welcome. Glad to be here. And we should say the to litigants the ultra orthodox jewish groups and the catholic diocese were already not subject to these restrictions. Because they've been lifted there's a color system for restrictions in new york and Cova cases had obey abated in their area. But what was the argument from the court in blocking even targeted restrictions. Well the corpus arguing that new york hadn't shown that less strict measures would be enough to protect public health. Which is a pretty cursory kind of way of thinking about this. You can see the concur. Ince's by justice gorsuch as justice cavanaugh. That some of the conservative judges didn't like the idea that essential businesses which were permitted to open a new york included stores but did not include houses of worship. And i think the odd thing about the majority's analysis here is what it's comparing so the majority behaves as if people going to stores are the same as people congregating in a house of worship even though it's very unusual in store for lots of people to be sitting together or certainly singing or chanting together for a long time. That's all in a church or synagogue or a mosque and we know that that is a riskier activity. So there was no discussion of the science or scientific public health considerations in the majority's opinion. And what about chief. Justice john robertson. The three liberal justices dissenting. What did they say. Well chief justice. John roberts says there's no reason for us to decide this right now for the reason that you gave earlier new york had a lift these restrictions for now because the krona virus spread is not as bad in the city so these restrictions said that in the red zone the highest risk new york. You could have ten people in a house of worship in the orange zone. You could have twenty-five people but the catholic archdiocese in the docks synagogues that have sued. They no longer are subject to those restrictions and so she's jeff roberts was making a kind of traditional conservative judicial modesty Moved here in which he said. Look if they're subject to these restrictions again maybe they will be proved to be unduly harsh but at the moment. They're not so we don't need to step in here. And this is a classic example of a judge saying you know what. Let's leave this in the hands of public. Health officials not have judges step in to make these decisions. Unless it's absolutely necessary will be clear. What does it mean. I mean be clear. Only because i'm not able to figure this out. Temporary decision made on an emergency basis by the way when ruth bader ginsburg was on the court roberts sided with the liberals and the decision was in favor of restrictions that was when california had restrictions in place. So obviously there's been a tilt here but what does this mean for other states for new york when it comes to restrictions on houses of worship in the pandemic y- i'm kind of scratching my head about that too. I mean it looks like what the court is saying. Is that if you have businesses open you have to treat churches and other houses of worship just like those businesses but without paying attention to the greater risk that the church that you know religious service can entail and that's very strange to me because it seems so at odds with the science and what we know about the spread of coronavirus. And so you're right. This is a decision. That's a temporary restraining. Order against new york. The merits the kind of larger case is still to be thrashed out the lower courts and so one hopes going forward that there will be more attention to these apples to apples. Comparisons and figuring out what the state really needs to do to protect public health and mall many have seen the video from the acidic wedding in brooklyn this month. Hundreds packing a synagogue. No-one wearing masks mayor. Bill de blasio said or organizers will find fifteen thousand for violating restrictions. And so we're keeping an eye on that to see what happens. There might be any kind of consideration of
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"47 over in Newark later today, talking about a high of around 68 degrees, just starting it this way. Doubly CBS News Time is 403 with Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn is now suing the state of New York because of the new limits on the number of people allowed inside of places like church in those zones in Brooklyn and Queens, said Isis of Brooklyn, says the covert outbreak in Brooklyn and Queens cannot be traced to the Roman Catholic community. They're suing to remove the state's new caps on religious attendance in churches in the red and orange hot zones. And returned to the previous cap of 25 to 33%, their attorney, Randy Mastro. Your plan paint with such a broad brush affecting all religious groups. When, in fact, in the diocese, there has been no covert outbreak. There has been no spread a coping but can't the virus spread between communities within the geographic area? Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio just doesn't happen. We don't they don't go to the same stores. They don't have the same particular habits. There. There is a natural division that will not that doesn't allow this kind of contagion. In a separate suit. Orthodox Jewish groups are also challenging the new state caps on religious service attendants claiming religious discrimination. Joe of Lord of the CBS News radio 8 80 folks in Brooklyn diocese, and not the only ones ticked off with the tightening of restrictions in these nine Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods. On Tuesday, a mob opposed to wearing masks attacked a photographer and also about Standard who spoke out for masks, but no one was arrested. Last night, The mob attacked Jacob Cordon Bleu, a reporter for the Jewish insider pending him to a wall, calling him a Nazi Hitler and a snitch. And chasing him down the street, The NYPD. He rescued him but again made no arrests. Has the mayor put it? There is something here that needs to be fixed right away, and the mayor said it will be. I do expect a clear response going forward. But Deblasio did acknowledge the situation here overall is a very difficult one because we're having to tell many communities of people that after the success we've had is a city in some communities. We're gonna have to Turn back to where we were in the spring. No one wants to hear it. I understand, but we have to do it and the mayor added, We have to make sure we don't have a full blown second wave. Rich Lam. WCBS news radio 88 New York governor Andrew Cuomo called Wednesday he's Orthodox Jewish community protesters attack on reporters of he called a disgusting behavior. Hoping everybody Khun settle down and understand why the restrictions had to be put in place in some of these neighborhoods. Even now, during the Jewish high holy days, we didn't have enough testing and enough data. To actually zero win on 6% of the population before And the longer you don't follow the rules, the higher the infection rate spreads and the more obvious it becomes governor again, said he thinks the new rules seem harsh because the old ones were not always followed because he says, the NYPD D never enforced them. And teachers are upset on Long Island. This is not making any medical sense doesn't follow a documents. What the heck is going on? Says Tony Felicio, head of the Connect Kwan Teachers Association. He says it does not make sense. And he is fighting the order from the district to make six teachers Goto work even though a student at a middle school tested positive for the virus. And they had contact with that student. Nobody could give me an a medical or a scientific reason how any of this make sense that I have teaches that are forced to go backto work. Okay when they've been with an old case within their class in a statement, the superintendent says the health Department goes by a case by case basis..
New York diocese becomes nation's largest to file for bankruptcy amid clergy abuse lawsuits
"New York Diocese files for bankruptcy amid clergy abuse laws of New York's Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Center has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection because of financial pressure from lawsuits over past sexual abuse by clergy members. It's now the largest diocese in the United States to declare bankruptcy amid the clergy abuse scandal. It's Bishop said more than 200 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse have been filed against the diocese since the 2019 passage of New York's Child Victims Act. The Long Island diocese is the latest of more than 20 Catholic diocese in the nation to file for bankruptcy in the face of lawsuits over sexual abuse. I'm
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Is this stone cold Believer 84 degrees in Fresno or radio City at 11 AM debating who won the presidential debate. Good morning. One and all. I am Matt. Out. Stop live in the K. M. J newsroom. President Trump took a victory lap after Tuesday night's Rockets presidential debate. Here's Kenneth Motors President Trump claiming victory in the first presidential debate during a campaign stop in Minnesota. The president went after Joe Biden and took shots at the moderator, Fox News host Chris Wallace. I said Sleepy Joan Name one Law enforcement group. That supports you. And then Chris Wallace's Don't do that. Can you believe this guy? I was debating two people. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, while on a whistle stop tour of Ohio and Pennsylvania, attacked the president for his performance during the debate. He thinks that if he just yells louder and louder throws out lie after lie After lie, he'll get his way. He thinks we'll forget. Well, he picked the wrong guy. Cruise ships that were set to sail again soon have a no sale order slapped on them from the CDC that's been extended until the end of the month. Here's Victor Oh kendo. The months long no sale order for cruise ships, which was set to expire extended until Halloween, the last second extension coming after Axios reported the administration. Rejected the CDC director's recommendation to extend the order until February that no sale order causing political waves in Florida, the crucial swing state dependent on tourism dollars Republican leadership eager to see those ships sailing again. New York's Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Center filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection because of financial pressure from lawsuits over past sexual abuse by clergy members. In doing so. It now becomes the largest diocese in the U. S. To declare bankruptcy amid the clergy abuse scandal more than 200 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by clergy members. I've now been filed against the diocese since the 2019 passage of New York's Child Victims Act. Other news for you. A court approves a settlement totaling $800 million from casino company MGM Resorts International and its insurers to more than 4400 relatives and victims of the Las Vegas Strip shooting. This action makes final a deal settling dozens of lawsuits in the mass shooting that killed 58 people and injured more than 850, others at an open air concert near Mandalay Bay Resort..
A Roman Catholic diocese in New York has become the largest in the US to declare bankruptcy amid clergy abuse lawsuits
"New York's Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockville Center filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection because of financial pressure from lawsuits over past sexual abuse by clergy members. In doing so. It now becomes the largest diocese in the U. S. To declare bankruptcy amid the clergy abuse scandal more than 200 lawsuits alleging sexual abuse by clergy members. I've now been filed against the diocese since the 2019 passage of New York's Child Victims Act.
A Roman Catholic diocese in New York has become the largest in the US to declare bankruptcy amid clergy abuse lawsuits
"For bankruptcy because of financial pressures from payments to childhood victims of clergy sexual abuse. And starting today, you'll
Catholic Diocese of Buffalo declares bankruptcy, looks to settle child abuse lawsuits
"Another Roman Catholic diocese has filed for bankruptcy protection amid lawsuits stemming from the priest sex abuse scandal a diss of buffalo became the second in the state to file for chapter eleven reorganization after that ISIS of Rochester filed last September bishop Richard Malone resigned from the buffalo diocese in December under pressure from the Vatican he was accused of withholding the names of dozens of priests accused of misconduct and biases already has paid out about eighteen million dollars to more than a hundred victims under an independent compensation program established in twenty eighteen it faces more than two hundred forty new lawsuits filed since August after New York revise the state's child victims
Pennsylvania Dioceses Offer $84 Million To 564 Clergy Abuse Victims
"An Associated Press review finds at the Pennsylvania Roman Catholic diocese have paid nearly eighty four million dollars to five hundred sixty four victims of sexual abuse seven of the state's a dis ease launch victim compensation funds in the wake of a landmark grand jury report on sexual abuse by Catholic clergy the funds were open to claims for a limited time this year the telly sure to grow in twenty twenty as compensation fund administrators work through a backlog of
Pennsylvania enacts law ending time limits for criminal charges in future child sexual abuse cases
"Pennsylvania governor Tom wolf signed legislation apologises polishes the statute of limitations on childhood sexual abuse every survivor who comes forward as the result of this legislation deserves our support bills also increase penalties for failure to report child abuse by a mandated reporter and makes conversations with law enforcement agents exempt from non disclosure agreements false decision is based on recommendations in last year's landmark grand jury report about the cover up of hundreds of cases of child sex abuse in six of counseling is eight Roman Catholic diocese for much of the twentieth century and Attorney General Josh appearances victims will no longer be pressured by victims of childhood sexual abuse will have until they are ready to report their crimes no child who has been sexually abused we'll have to be pressured by the threat of an artificial age ceiling for reporting the crime committed against them according to child USA a Philadelphia based think tank that advocates for trial production about two dozen states have changed their laws statutes of limitations
Pennsylvania revamps child sex abuse laws
"Pennsylvania overhauling its child sexual abuse laws today more than a year after grand jury report show the cover up of hundreds of cases of abuse in most of Pennsylvania's Roman Catholic diocese over the last seven decades the central bill signed by governor Tom wolf gives future victims of child sex abuse more time to file lawsuits and ends time limits for police to file criminal
CBS, Nikki Batiste And Dallas. discussed on The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee
"Dallas. Police searched the offices of the city's Roman Catholic. Diocese, CBS's. Nikki Batiste says it's part of a widening investigation into child sex abuse, according to an affidavit obtained by CBS news. Police say they questioned the diocese about missing details in a priest file from a two thousand four abuse case only after that, inquiry, did the diocese reveal fifty one pages had been left out, which included one victims claim of
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Demonstrators led by native American advocates gathered outside the Roman Catholic diocese of Covington Kentucky on Tuesday. They said they wanted to turn Friday's confrontation into a teachable moment. At one point both sides appeared to reconcile their differences. Oh, savannah, blah, blah, meal figure this out. Multiple videos have emerged of Friday's some show of radical group known as the black lights taunting Covington Catholic high school students who had just participated in a March for life anti abortion, rally native, American activist Nathan Phillips walked in between the two groups. He says he wanted to defuse the situation. It was this moment between Phillips and Covington. Student Sandman were some belief Sandman was disrespectful as far as standing there. I had every right to do. So my position and said I was not disrespectful to Mr. thoughts. I respect him. I'd like to talk to him the Twitter account that helps spread the initial video has been removed. The user at twenty twenty fight claimed to be a teacher at an advocate named Talia from California. There was a photo appearing to show Brazilian model and actress Natalia Cardoso in a statement on Twitter spokesperson said deliberate attempts to manipulate the. Public conversation on Twitter by using misleading. Account information is a violation of the Twitter rules. Lesson. Here is really to question. What is the genuine source of this content? How is it being framed? And then how is that framing being elevated by the news media that you're looking for lawmakers.
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on WWL
"Democrats are ready to govern. Democrats will be offering the Senate Republican appropriations legislation to reopen government later today that vote is expected to see CBS's Ed O'Keefe. This was an incredibly historic day and Pelosi was able to get reelected with two hundred twenty votes you need at least two hundred eighteen to win. So she just eked it out fifteen members of her caucus decided to vote for somebody else a sign that there is at least some resistance to her historic leadership. CBS news special report. I'm Pam Coulter. Louisiana is one of nine states reporting a high actively level for flu like illnesses. That's CDC's. Latest US influenza surveillance report LSU health New Orleans, infectious disease, specialist Dr Fred Lopez and courage is Louisiana residence to get the flu shots. Now. The CDC says four and a half percent of the hospital visits in Louisiana during the Christmas week were because of. The flu or flu like illnesses Lopez it's not a surprise to see an uptick in case around the holidays. But will we see a severe flu season? How heavy or active a full season. This will be it's really too early to predict right now, the new federal requirement for hospitals to post their prices on line is being criticized after confusing searches and the likelihood that the prices are not really accurate WWL. David Blake reports critics say it really has no bearing on the actual prices. So if you look at what's posted out there, it can be very misleading, you know, economists Walter Dublane, what they're asking hospitals to publish is what hospitals call the charge master, which is really their list prices. So they're publishing of prices that basically nobody pays Wayne says if you have insurance, and you really wanna know, then you'd have to get the information from your insurance company. And he says, that's really the other thing that's bad about this requirement and unprecedented. Reckoning for Roman Catholic diocese in the US with a flood of names alleged abusers a flood of names of alleged abusers released following last summer's, Pennsylvania. Grand jury investigation since last August, nearly fifty Roman Catholic diocese of release the names of over a thousand priests and others accused of sexually abusing children. The Associated Press says more will follow Tim Lennon heads the executive board of the snap network of survivors. And he says it's not all as transparent as it seems for example in Buffalo New York Malone in March released the names of forty two of whistleblower drop documents that said that there's over one hundred and ten Lennon says with nearly two dozen investigations underway. He expects the number of names made public to increase dramatically this year. Peter King CBS news. Now the latest from Wall Street, I'm Jim Cesco with wwl. First business news brought to you by home Bank, stocks finish. With broadened sharp losses today triggers include a surprising revenue warning from apple which cited slowing iphone demand. Especially in China. The Dow Jones industrials plunged six hundred sixty points, while the tech heavy NASDAQ slid two, oh two or three percent oil prices managed a modest gain. February crude rose fifty five cents or one point two percent to settle at forty seven. Oh, nine a barrel. This may sound strange. But the National.
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Having the reason why we were having attorney pair on is. Because twelve lawsuits were filed earlier today in Allegheny county court against the Roman Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh that include accusations of sexual abuse four priests, and what's interesting is that these accusations do not tie into any information. Really? That was involved in the grand jury report. Attorney pair. Do you believe that the Catholic church to this day is still withholding information that they've not made public authorities like grand jury investigation. You know, I think it's let's put it this way. I think it's it's the the system they've had to clean up the system quite a bit. But you know, there are. You know, I think. This past week. There was a. Allegation against a priest lowness. This past week happened two weeks ago, and he was and he was although he was turned over to the the police his name was not released and he remained active doing something for the ministry. I mean, there's still problems probably wanna correct. The the allegation the we have as fourteen additional childhood abuse cases, survivors and three of them involved new priests or never mentioned in the grand jury report and. And eleven of them. Actually, we have priests that previously war Mitch I wanted the significance. As is. And I think we just lost attorney pair. John do me a favor and see if you can get attorney pare back on the line with us to finish up this conversation. What I think is interesting to note in there. He's absolutely right. The three individuals that. We're not involved in the grand jury report. I'm just trying to figure out to what extent he may believe that this information was being purposely withheld or these accusations that are being made post the grand jury report. And I'm not quite sure if we're going to be able to make contact with him once again to be able to finish up this interview, but will give another minute or two in giving opportunity. Give him an opportunity to be able to get back online. I also want to give you this opportunity as well to contact me. And let me know what you think about the show as it progresses throughout the course of the afternoon. You're always welcome to on the right automotive text line right on a motive the best deal in Pittsburgh. The full number is four one two nine two. I'm sorry. Eight six six three nine hundred ten twenty eight six six three nine one ten twenty. I was about to give you the the contest line, but eight.
DOJ subpoenas New York diocese as federal sex abuse probe expands
"Report released in August. A federal investigation is now underway into clergy sex abuse in the eight Roman Catholic diocese in Pennsylvania. KYW's mark. Abrahams reports in an historic move subpoenas were delivered to the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh archdiocese and Allentown Scranton Harrisburg. Erie Greensburg and Johnstown, Altoona diocese. A spokeswoman for US attorney William Swain would neither confirm or deny the existence of a grand jury probe Catholic journalists. Rocco? Palmer who writes about the Vatican Catholic church? Affairs says a source tells him subpoenas went out in the past week early the whole state wide investigation speak. Disappointing to be based on Philly from what I'm in the eastern district or federal courthouse bishops of the state or being summoned to court sometime in the middle of next week. Thomas says a source suggests a grand jury probe of this magnitude signals of Rico investigation, something generally associated with organized crime or a crime syndicate Marc Abrahams.
California diocese releases list of 34 priests accused of sex abuse
"California diocese took a different path when it came to priests accused of sexual abuse USA radio networks, Chris Barnes has the details, Chevron, California, Roman Catholic diocese releasing a list of thirty four priests accused of sexually abusing children, including six who were convicted of criminal charges, the diocese of San Bernardino county listing clergy who were the subject of what he calls credible allegations of molestation since the diocese formed in nineteen seventy eight according to its website, all but one were removed from the priesthood permanently banned from ministry in the diocese or they've passed away the remaining priest left the diocese in nineteen Ninety-three and his whereabouts are unknown. Kanye
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The San Bernardino, Roman Catholic diocese has released the names of thirty four priests who were accused of sexually abusing children officials say the priests were the subject of credible allegations dating back to the late nineteen seventies. Six of the priests were convicted of a criminal charges. Melanie Sokota with the abuse. Survivors groups snap tells KNX releasing the names of abusive priests is meaningless without further action. It particularly helps both the public and people who are still active in the Catholic church to realize how much has been hidden. How much their children their families were put at risk by you know, what they called in Pennsylvania, the bishops playbook of how to deal with allegations of abuse, which was essentially not to deal with them. All but one were removed from the priesthood permanently banned and others have died. Embassador? Nikki Haley has announced that she will be resigning from her post at the end of the year should alongside President Trump at the White House today. Haley who's Forty-six years old says she has no immediate plans. Once she steps down and noted that she will support the president's reelection campaign. I want to thank for. Allowing us to come out and talk to you this way, it has been an honorable lifetime. President Trump called heliotrope very special person in the to solve a lot of problems together. She told me probably six months ago, she said, you know, maybe at the end of the year at the end of the two year period. But the end of the year I want to take a little time off. The president says his successor will be named in two possibly three weeks. He added that he would welcome back in any capacity within his administration. There seems to be little doubt in Republican circles that Nikki Haley will someday be candidate for president. It won't be this time. She'll be campaigning for Donald Trump. But in twenty twenty four she'll be in her early fifties. And she already has plenty of political capital within the party. She might be leaving the administration a little early future person to watch strong, Republican political strategist, Sean Walsh. She's a moderate in the party, and that was reflected in her work at the UN more open to talking different ideas. Even ideas it might disagree with the president. But with others weren't affairs. Analyst Steven Seagal at UCLA. There's no question. She's already being courted by some of the big money players in the Republican party who are planning for. What follows Trump to Kelton Canucks in seventy NewsRadio eleven thirty nine on KNX..
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Ten twenty. It's the voice of Pittsburgh day. Follow me on Facebook. Dave sounded like an interesting guy, and I feel kind of bad because I took the call right before the break, and we were already running late because we were previously talking about South American gold. Here's I'll get you caught up. If you're just joining the program. Programs cartel Pia. My name is Eddie crow. You can call. You can Email you can text and all manner of discussions are going on. We've talked about South American gold. Talked about Larry fine is the best stooge of all the stooges today. Larry finds one hundred sixteenth birthday. The three stooges had their comeback because of people here in Pittsburgh. Discussions about the Seneca valley situation. A lawsuit accuses girls at Seneca valley school of targeting a boy with false allegations. According to lawsuit he got busted and his life was turned upside down. Also, according to the lawsuit and all of the girls have now said, no it was a lie. They recant everything. And my question was what happens to them because so far, according to the report nothing has happened to them. Eight six six three nine one ten twenty or Katie k radio dot com. That story was used in a conversation saying I'm only talking about that story to put forth the Republican position to address the Brett cavenaugh situation. I've never I am trying to think if I've ever ever had somebody told me that I'm pushing the Republican agenda, and I don't I don't remember it. So. Hang onto that for the tape that I'll take it fill call, and we were talking about that earlier. Also earlier on the subject of the Catholic church. You have three different stories with the Catholic church. One storing. Another lawsuit was filed yesterday against the Roman Catholic diocese of Pittsburgh, Bishop David Subic can cardinal Donald Wuerl, the lawsuit alleges that the church leaders are still covering up the abused. A civil lawsuits are the latest. From the allegations that came out from the Pennsylvania grand jury. That's I thought it was the supreme court that said three hundred one members of the clergy of us more than a thousand children over several decades. This isn't going to go away their thirteen states that are doing investigations the Cleveland diocese has issued a statement. They are going to release the list of names. Catholic diocese of Columbus. And Steubenville said last week they would release a list of names the Youngstown diocese committed weeks ago. That's a good first step if transparency could ever ever ever. Start the healing process. I would think that's it. Here's a tax drunken. Dip so maniac. Donald trump. Does this get under your lizard, skin crow? Lizard skin is. They make handlebar rap for bikes. Not to drift completely away. The third Catholic. Catholic church. This isn't the Catholic church. This is the Catholic League. Which if you'll remember the Catholic League by and large is one guy, but he represents a Catholics as the leader of the Catholic League. His name is Bill Donahue, Bill Donahue, who you would think. Typical south park viewer Catholic League president, and you wouldn't. But apparently. Yeah. The new episode of south park is a Brown. The current Roman Catholic church priest young boy storyline. The head of the Catholic League. After watching the episode. I guess. When out of his way again to say, hey, that's not no. To correct. A cartoon quote, the Tober third episode of south park portrayed molesting priest has pedophile. This is factually inadequate. Inaccurate. Almost all molesters have been homosexuals. Therefore, the cartoon victim. Character should have been depicted as adolescence not kids, dude. What are you talking about? I wouldn't for a thousand thousand dollars claim to understand what the cat. I if you're a Catholic what you're going through right now with this. Wouldn't even try, but I will tell you this. If I was a Catholic. I'd want that new to shut the hell up right now. Eight six six three nine one ten twenty or Katie k radio dot com. And I'm trying to think of anybody that taking shots at could cause more grief and. Trey Parker, and Matt stone would be at the bottom of that list. Pretty close. Bill Burr those guys Bill in the homestead. Thank you for calling Bill. You're on Katy k yeah. Yeah. Yeah. The guy called it a little bit ago. He was saying trying to say that it was like a minority of pre abusing. That's not true at all. It's rampant. Well, now, the the argument the argument that he was putting forth. Bill was it's a small percentage. And I'm not even going to argue with that. My question is what percentage is okay. And if it's if it's one priest, but he gets sent to twenty different places. Well, it might as well be twenty priests. Right. Well, the point I'm making his rampant and overwhelming all across the country. If not a small small minority. What could the Catholic church do to make you believe that they want to fix it? Well, here's a plan to make what a church teaches doctrine is. This is a classic example super important. They teach in the United States, a priest isn't alive the mayor's greatly contributes to sexual immorality. The bible doesn't teach that the bible says you better than marry them to burn with passion. So they would let the priests Mary it might make it would it would make a big difference. Well, let me ask you. It's my understanding. And again, I wasn't raised in any way, shape form Catholic. I don't know nothing about it. But I've been told that there are certain orthodox sects where the priests are allowed to marry is that true. That I don't know. But overwhelmingly in the United States, for example, a lot to get right. And and I'm saying and that can manifest itself in all kinds of perversions. That's not biblical. No, that's that's the evil of human yells. Peter up is their star disciple. The rock built the church is built on Peter. That's what they teach. Guess what? Peter was married. Bell? Doctors don't make any sense at all. And that's a classic example Bill. I appreciate you calling these conversations that. I don't ever remember them being even brought up before. What I keep asking that question to people that they call about with what's going on with the Catholic church. It's going to continue to go on with the Catholic church. More and more information is going to come out and. Again, it ain't my place, but I'm gonna say it. Anyway, if I am a disciple of the Catholic church, and I believe, and I want to believe, and I think everything's gonna be okay. If we start taking action now, the first thing, I do is talk to the guy that's convinced that the biggest issue is cartoons and homosexuality. Now. Wait, that's the second thing. The first thing is whatever list of names exist. Everybody needs to see everything right now. Because if everybody don't see everything the assumption is going to be there other bad things going on. And it's extraordinarily difficult to argue against that assumption. When you look at the report, and you see how many diocese had many priests. And how many years information was kept away from everybody, including law enforcement. When I was a little kid. There would be a point where you try and deny whatever stupid crappy did. But then everybody in the room with. No. And you'd know you did it you need just going to fess up. We're well past time for. Church officials to fess up and open up the books, and whatever there is there is and it's not going to go away. Megan writes is Larry fine the one with the Brown. Curly hair. Yeah. Larry pick too. Hey, Curley was bald MO was in charge. Larry was the frizzy haired guy. I don't even talk about John won't have that man's name. Cross. My lips Katie k radio. Hey there I'm a glue stick. So I have one.
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on WTVN
"From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. Lawyers for Christine Blasi Ford who accused the supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sexual improprieties when they were in high school sent a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee calling for an FBI investigation before she'll testify. There are other details in the letter for the first time we have heard that she's had death threats. She had to move her family temporarily been her lawyer has said she felt like it was her civic duty to come forward. She's willing to cooperate with the committee. But she thinks bottom line. Dr Fritz lawyer says the committee has jumped the gun there needs to be an investigation for ABC's. Trish Turner, President Trump's weighing in. It's a shame because this is a great gentlemen with all of that. I feel that the Republicans and I can speak for myself. We should go through a process because they shouldn't even be a little doubt. They shouldn't be a doubt no government shutdown at the end of the month. Senate passed and sent to the house short-term spending plan to keep the bureaucracy going through early. December. It also passed the second of three full year spending measures that includes a two point six percent. Pay raise for military personnel at the Pyongyang summit. Between South Korean president moon in North Korean dictator, Kim, the North Korean pledged to dismantle missile facilities and is prepared to permanently shut down on nuclear production site, if the US takes unspecified reciprocal steps to curious issued a joint statement with details steps to ease military tensions at the border and increase inter-korean cooperation, Kim Jilin also accepted an invitation from moon to visit Seoul, South Korea in the near future. ABC's ju show in Seoul. They also agreed to make a joint bid for the summer Olympics in twenty thirty to the New York Times reports the Roman Catholic diocese of.
"roman catholic diocese" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"NewsRadio. Eight ten in one zero three one W G Y, former Trump campaign aide, George popadopoulos is being sentenced to fourteen days in jail for lying to the FBI. The one time foreign policy adviser is the first Trump campaign official to plead guilty and special counsel Robert Muller's investigation into possible cooperation between the campaign and Russia Papadopoulos lied about his contacts with several Russians who had high level connections to the Kremlin. Richard Reid is headed back to prison for at least the next twenty five years after a judge rejected his request to throw out a previous verdict in a murder and arson fire that killed two teens in Lansing Burke. Back in nineteen Eighty-six rights lawyer had. Said the verdict should be set aside due to the changing testimony of a prosecution witness special. Prosecutor Jasper mill says it was clear, right. Had no remorse about anything. Rather than have the opportunity to apologize for what happened take responsibility talk about. How sorry he is. Decided to point fingers at other people rights attorney Mike McDermott says he showed no remorse because he had nothing to do with the deaths of the two teens the attorneys general in New York and New Jersey are probing alleged sexual abuse. In the states Catholic diocese James flippin has details. The states to top prosecutors launching investigations each releasing statements, citing the damning, Pennsylvania grand jury report in which over one thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests were identified over a seventy year period. Attorney general Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight of New York's Roman Catholic diocese, New Jersey. AG Gerber gray wall has formed a task force each of them setting up a victim hotline as well James flippin, NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one WG y meanwhile, Albany's Bishop Edward traffic burger reaching out today David Soares he went source to investigate how the diocese handled past allegations of sexual abuse by priests the girlfriend of a Saratoga. Springs man, who was injured later died after being pursued by police officers in two thousand thirteen still wants an internal investigation into the incident. According to the time Hyun Morgan McLean says Saratoga springs police, Steve Gregory VH is lying about the reasons why he didn't launch a probe into Darrell mount junior's death mound died after he fell off a scaffold in an alley behind Caroline street. Well, being chased by officers for allegedly pushing McLeans face in a wall beaches, and he was trying to protect the rights and privacy of McLean. We call the victim beach told those here at Toby and at the time police investigated non-staff internally but later admitted he did not authorize one like, Patrick NewsRadio. Eight ten one three one WG y governor Andrew Cuomo was on hand today for an opening ceremony for the second span of the new Mario Cuomo bridge. What this bridge says is that government has. Capacity society has capacity we can confront problems there'll be four general traffic lanes in each direction on the nearly four billion dollar bridge. And now with the Bloomberg market minute. Here's Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg market minute on WGN wise, presented by Boucher financial group for CFP's one CPA. This is expertise you can trust Wall Street closed out the week with a down session. The key index has had losses of two tenths to three tenths percent. The Dow Jones industrials fell seventy nine points to twenty five thousand nine sixteen the NASDAQ closed twenty points, lower the S and P five hundred lost six job creation and wage growth topped forecasts last month the Labor Department reported two hundred one thousand workers were added to payrolls in August. Average hourly earnings were up two point nine percent. Year-over-year Christopher Lowe of F T N financial tells Bloomberg radio improving wages. It could mean the fed will continue to hike interest rates next year September in December were pretty much in the cards. Anyway, the issue was whether they were going to pause it early twenty nine teen with faster wage growth. The hawks are going to be emboldened. There was no change in the nation's unemployment rate last month it held at three point nine percent. Shares of five below rallied after the discount chain posted much stronger than expected quarterly results. The crude oil futures closed at sixty seven dollars and seventy five cents a barrel in New York..
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"The state's Catholic diocese James flippin with that the state's two top prosecutors launching investigations each releasing statements, citing the damning, Pennsylvania grand jury report in which over one thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests were identified over a seventy year period. Attorney general Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight of New York's Roman Catholic diocese, New Jersey. AG Gerber gray wall has formed a task force each of them setting up a victim hotline as well, James flippin, NewsRadio eight ten and won all three one WG. Y the meantime, Albany's Bishop Edward sharpen burger is reaching out to DA David source. He wants source to investigate how the diocese handled past allegations of sexual abuse. By priests sores office later issued a statement saying the offer is a step in the right direction toward a full accounting of alleged misconduct. Any investigation is likely to key on how cases were handled by Bishop Howard Hubbard who had of the diocese from nineteen seventy seven to twenty fourteen Albany. Police officials are saying last month's officer involved shooting of nineteen year old Elisar Williams was justified Williams is now paralyzed from the waist down after being shot following a brief chase near the Tony Clementi center for education back in August. Williams is facing felony and misdemeanor weapons. Charges commander Michael basil says Williams had a knife at the time of the shooting and that Olson acted appropriately thorough investigation. Has been determined that detectable actions. Were consistent with a straining policy. All the police department and fall under article thirty five year of Saint Pete. Oh. So we've concluded that his actions were justified new chief Erick Hawkins says he's talked to the officers involved. This was his first public appearance in starting his new job as chief on Wednesday. He'll take the formal oath of office later this morning at the city hall rotunda, President Trump is slamming reports that he has been ranting and raving after this week's explosive New York Times op Ed Trump told the crowd at a rally in billings Montana last night's that the writer of the critical op Ed is an anonymous gutless coward. The author of the op-ed claims to be a high ranking administration official supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's confirmation. Hearing continues today capital answered questions yesterday from members of the Senate Judiciary committee on key issues and prior rulings. He's made as a federal appeals court judge schools in upstate New Yorkers certainly familiar with snow days. But when there's just too much on the ground to get to school safely, but this year classes are getting underway at a time. When the thermometer has been topping ninety propping state's largest teacher's union nicer to renew. You it's called for legislation that would allow schools to declare an emergency because of the heat union president and the pilots have to take into consideration that not only the students. Stiff the whole learning environment is being hurt. Lot is urging state legislature to take up the Union's Bill next year. He predicts passage in the assembly, but isn't sure about the Republican controlled Senate while he hopes they catch on. He also laughingly suggests that the Senate move some of its regional offices into non air conditioned schools. Maybe then he says they'd start sweating and realized they should go along with the idea. Richard Reid is headed back to prison for at least the next twenty five years after a judge rejected his request throw out a previous verdict and a murderer an arson fire that killed two teens in Lansing bird back in nineteen Eighty-six rights attorney Mike McDermott said he showed no remorse because he had nothing to do with the deaths of the two teams and jobs and unemployment numbers for August are due later. This morning figures will be. Out about eight thirty this morning. WGN.
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"It is seventy seven degrees at one o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Police in people in queens neighborhoods, say they're having a harder time getting to sleep. That's because there's a serial burger that has broken into at least four apartments a lean. Lebron was one of the people who had her home burglarize back door my back window when he didn't get any luck with my house who went across the driveway to my neighbors hap- top saying he gets in by climbing through rear window, sometimes while as victims are sleeping. He hasn't hurt anyone, but he has gotten away with about five hundred bucks and fifteen hundred dollars worth of jewelry in at least four burglaries and Woodhaven. Since may the NYPD is asking anyone with information to contact police. The Mario Cuomo bridge is set to open tomorrow, but celebrations begin today has governor Cuomo holds a ceremony celebrating the completion of the structure. Newsday reports that former secretary of state Hillary Clinton will speak at the event the four billion dollar bridges replacing the tappan Zee bridge and is expected to help lessen traffic congestion in the area. Some are accusing the governor of carefully planning. This the opening days. Just ahead of next week's primary against Cynthia Nixon. People are in police are investigating the death of an infant in east Harlem cops call to a department on one eleven east one hundred seventeenth street shortly before eight last night, they found the four month old infant boy, unconscious and unresponsive. He was taken to Harlem hospital where he was pronounced dead at topsy is planned to determine the cause of death. And so far no arrests have been made both of the attorneys general in New York and New Jersey are probing alleged sexual abuses in the states Catholic diocese the states to top prosecutors launching investigations each releasing statements, citing the damning, Pennsylvania grand jury report in which over one thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests were identified over a seventy year period. Attorney general Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight of New York's Roman Catholic diocese, New Jersey. AG Gerber gray wall has formed a taskforce each of them setting up a victim hotline as well James flippin for seven. W O origin. Terry actor Burt Reynolds has died at the age of eighty-two. And there are new details on how he died. More from correspondent, Alex stone in Florida. The Martin county sheriff's department says it got a nine one one call from Burt Reynolds home, the caller asking for an ambulance for an eighty two year old man who was having difficulty breathing rescue teams made contact with Reynolds and his caretaker he was then sent to a hospital where he died. The reports his family members were with them for what may have been cardiac arrest at university says it is suspending all of its fraternities and sororities until further notice how Bush reports say the move is in response to serious conduct violations that university's president sent a letter to the campus community saying all events including recruitment. Social activities are suspended following a series of high profile deaths involving alcohol and hazing at other institutions and unspecified violations within the university..
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"They will get everything back by eleven AM. Tomorrow. Police are investigating the death of an infant in east Harlem cops are called to the apartment at one eleven east one hundred seventeenth street shortly before eight o'clock tonight and found the form of old infant boy, unconscious and unresponsive. He was taken. Harlem hospital where he was pronounced dead. An autopsy is planned to determine the cause of death. So far, no arrests have been made both of the attorneys general in New York and New Jersey are probing alleged sex abuse cases in the states Catholic diocese the states to top prosecutors launching investigations each releasing statements, citing the damning, Pennsylvania grand jury report in which over one thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests were identified over a seventy year period. Attorney general Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight of New York's Roman Catholic diocese, New Jersey. AG Gerber gray wall has formed a task force each of them setting up. A victim hotline is well James flippin for seven ten w Argentaria actor Burt Reynolds is dead at the age of eighty-two in Florida and new details are emerging and how he died more from correspondent, Alex stone in Florida. The Martin county sheriff's department says it got a nine one one call from Burt Reynolds home, the caller asking for an ambulance for an eighty two year old. Man, who was having difficulty breathing rescue teams made contact with Reynolds and his caretaker he was then sent to a hospital where he died there reports his family members were with them for what may have been cardiac Iran university says it's spending all of its return ity since sororities until further notice published reports say the move is in response to serious conduct violations. The university's president sent a letter the campus community saying all events, including recruitment and social activities will be suspended following a series of high profile deaths involving alcohol and hazing at other institutions and unspecified violations within the university. The move affects about seven hundred fifty students at Monmouth. Now there are late night on Capitol Hill is confirmation hearings continue for supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh Cavanaugh. Trying to assure Democrats on the Senate Judiciary committee that he will be an impartial Justice saying the president cannot overrule the courts, but Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey had a hard time believing that too that credit. Suspicion that people might have that the system is somehow rigged. And the president is putting somebody up just to protect him from a criminal investigation says he knowingly violated Senate rules when he released confidential documents about supreme court nominee cavenaugh. He said this is the closest he'll probably ever have in his life to an IM Spartacus moment part of the current expansion. Apprentice station is now going to include a brand new entrance. Governor Cuomo says the entrances to the nation's largest transportation hub or lengthy and narrow we wanna make sure that people can get in and out of Penn quickly announcing a giant new entrance to Penn station. That's going to be built as.
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"Accusations in states, Catholic, diocese AG. Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed all eight Roman Catholic diocese in New York and established a victim hotline officials in both states sided last month's Pennsylvania grand jury report which identified over a thousand victims of sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests and Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds has died at the age of eighty-two. Komo news time to sixteen tomorrow. We get the August jobs report and bankratEcom senior economic analyst. Mark Hamrick is on the KOMO news line with a preview and some predictions. Good afternoon. Mark Taylor July was a bit of a disappointment. What do you see for August? It. Sure was we came up short in the number of jobs added in July. But it was still relatively respectable. And we think we'll make some of that up here with the upcoming report. So breaking that down. We think that we'll get around two hundred thousand jobs added on the month, which would be consistent really what the average over the past year and the unemployment rate should stick close to three point nine percent. Could even go down a tenth, maybe three point eight. And so, you know, we think that the corrupt third quarter is absolutely holding in there, perhaps not as robust as the second quarter won't add growth across the country of four point two percent. But you know, at this stage of economic expansion quite respectable. What about job openings are folks? Still looking for people to hire. Yeah. Absolutely. We take a look at the numbers that are collected by the US Labor Department, and we actually have more job openings in this country than we do have the official number of unemployed more than six million. But I would add that we have plenty of people who are not in the workforce who could be drawn back in. And we still have a close to five million people who are working part time. Time would like to have fulltime work. So that's not to say that there aren't workers potentially available out. There is just that employers are having to work little harder either to find them or in some cases to train them. Now over the years as we've talked Mark whether the job market or stock market is going up or down doesn't really matter. No one seems to be making much more money year to year any good news about wage growth. Well, the main metric that we look at their within. This report is average hourly earnings, and there are other ways to measure compensation that are broader include bonuses and benefits and the like, but within this number last time around we saw average hourly earnings up fairly modest two point seven percent. That's certainly up from what we saw let's say five years ago when we were still closer to the financial crisis great recession, but it's fair to say that this number has not been as strong as what people would have predicted a particularly if we'd been talking about the unemployment rate being at four percent or below. And so we don't think that this story has really. Changed? We are concerned about the fact that inflation has basically picked up lately. And so that has at least some impact in the of taking away the benefits of the modest pay gains that were seeing, but at least we're August. I don't think that it's time to feel like we want a lottery jackpot with the numbers that were saying in compensation here in the Seattle Tacoma Bellevue area. We see plenty of new cars driving on the roads a lot of people doing well in the tech sector is that the same story across the country. Now, I'd say the tech sector is certainly an outlier particularly around the Seattle area and other as the country, obviously, the Silicon Valley and some of the major market. So those are the stellar performers and the stats of regional economies and a smaller communities, many, many of those have not participated in the recovery virtually at all. Think about Appalachia the midwest some areas of the upper midwest, but some of those areas have the some of the larger committees have communities have done well, also. But no in in many ways, the Seattle area is a shining star among US city. So that's something that you have to be thankful for their Mark Hamrick with us on KOMO news from bankrate dot com, we expect the job reports come out tomorrow morning. Until then an update now on our propel insurance money news. Here's Frank Miller. We'll stocks finished the day mixed. The Dow posted its second straight day of gains up modestly twenty points to twenty five thousand nine hundred ninety five the s&p down ten points to twenty eight seventy eight and another rough day for the NASDAQ has tech stocks tumbled. The NASDAQ down seventy two points or nine tenths of one percent to close at seventy nine twenty two traders taking in a slew of jobs data today payroll processor, ADP said that private sector employment rose a little less than expected in August. However, ADP's vice president said that the job market remains incredibly dynamic, and that's your money. Now, local stocks were mixed today at the close as Frank mentioned tech stocks did not do so well today Amazon down by thirty six dollars a share Alaska Airlines down just a smidge Boeing, Costco, Expedia, Microsoft, and Starbucks.
New York subpoenas eight Catholic dioceses in sex abuse probe: source
"Trump appointee claiming to be part of the Trump resistance. Are we watching a slow coup or a cowardly cover your butt and a teacher and Mississippi thought the name of the fifteen year old black boy who had been murdered by a group of white boys in nineteen Fifty-nine sounded familiar? I'm just going to check with my aunt to see if maybe she knows some information. And that's when she informed me that he was indeed our cousin news is I. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The New York attorney
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"York. Attorney general Barbara Underwood subpoena all eight Roman Catholic diocese in the state. As part of our offices investigation into the church's handling of sex abuse, allegations Underwood's offices, pursuing a civil investigation into how church leaders responded to reports of abuse comes three weeks after a grand jury investigation found rampant sexual abuse of more than three thousand children by three hundred priests in Pennsylvania. With the heat on again, many students. Get a half day of school WABC is Bob Brown explains. Temperatures are expected to feel like one hundred degrees in parts of the area. Not what you would expect on the first day of school schools in Jersey City will be closing early. The problem. No air conditioning many school districts in the state closing by midday. New York City is working on installing Eric conditioning and thousands of classrooms. The goal is to have a see in all classrooms in four years. Bob brown. WABC news. A gunman opened fire this morning in a building in the heart of Cincinnati attack. That left him and three other people dead. Police say the shooting sent people scrambling across the city's fountain square cries of shooter. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, speaking out in support of his fellow democratic senators who made public classified emails related to the background of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh Republican majority. Trump administration and breath Kavanagh have prevented the Senate and the American people from being truly able to vet a nominee who could affect the lives of Americans for generation the Trump administration saying today, it plans to circumvent a standing quarter government that governs. How children are treated in immigration custody in part to detain families longer way to determine migrants from crossing the southwestern border illegally an F. Your former UN secretary general Ban Ki moon has been sentenced to six months in prison in the bribery case. You young bond was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court for his role in trying to pay two and a half million dollars in bribes to rescue failed eight hundred million dollar Vietnam real estate deal a computer programmer accused of working at.
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"Scale extra police are on the campus of an East Bay high school today. Good morning. It's coming up on eleven o'clock. I'm Brett burkhart. Ethan Bearman is going in depth on the op Ed in the New York Times reporter with the Washington Post will join him in a moment. First though, there are extra patrols on the campus of Cal high in San Ramon after an anonymous online threat was aimed at the school. The threat stated that something would happen at the school today. Police and the FBI are investigating and have linked the IP address to Europe. Authorities have not identified any suspects yet shakeup at a Catholic school in the south bay. The president of presentation high school in San Jose has stepped down amid allegations that she did not do enough to prevent sexual abuse and harassment at the private all girls Catholic school Mary Miller announced her resignation saying the allegations had become too much of a distraction to the school's mission. Lawsuits have been filed against Miller stating that she and other administrators knew about alleged sexual. Harassment and abuse allegations by teacher, but didn't report it to police. The new York Attorney General has subpoenaed all eight Roman Catholic diocese in the state as part of an investigation into the handling of sex abuse allegations appeal seek documents relating to abuse allegations payments to victims or findings from internal church investigations. The announcement comes three weeks after a grand jury investigating investigation found rampant sexual abuse of more than one thousand children by about three hundred priests in Pennsylvania, a North Korean national has been charged with the two thousand fourteen cyber attack on Sony Pictures. Jim Roope reports authorities say the suspect is responsible for a wide range of attacks. All around the world the US attorney's office in LA says the suspect allegedly worked for North Korean front company of the attacked responded by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea known by the private sector as the Lazarus group. The charges include the creation of the malware wannacry and the attack on Sony wasn't retaliation for the film the interview which depicted the assassination of a North Korean dictate. Later. The suspect is also accused of being involved with a tax on financial institutions and defense..
Dallas bishop calls on Pope Francis to convene worldwide Catholic meeting
"The Bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese of Dallas sending a letter to the pope asking for a worldwide, meeting to discuss the crisis of. Abuse by priests a letter from Bishop Edward J burns in Dallas follows one by a Bishop, in England asking the pope to convene a meeting called an extraordinary soon to discuss the life and ministry of the clergy including abuse of power, and accountability, Bishop, burns, says it's a response to the report from a grand jury in Pennsylvania detailing. Allegations of abuse against hundreds of priests I offer my words of apology Sorrow an embarrassment. That all of, this has taken place in the church former pastor at Saint Cecilia Catholic, church in Dallas is also facing
First lawsuit filed over Pennsylvania report on Catholic clergy abuse
"Five Pennsylvania's attorney general says the Vatican knew, about and participated in the cover up of clergy sex abuse here in Pennsylvania and that was all documented in an extensive grand jury report that covered six Roman Catholic diocese risque by Marc Abrahams attorney general Josh Shapiro appearing on network morning news programs sit on NBC is office in the investigating grand jury collected documentation pointing. All the way, to the Vatican we have evidence that the Vatican, had knowledge of the cover up I can't specifically speak to pope Francis Shapiro says a clergy abuse hotline. Set up after the grand jury reports Release has gotten, more than seven hundred calls. He says if there's anything prosecutors can pursue they will certainly if we can bring a case on any of this against any, predator priest or anyone who covered it up, we will do so he says attorneys general and more, than a, dozen states have contacted him about the Pennsylvania probe and some of already launched their own investigations of Catholic. Church
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"That number comes from records in six Roman Catholic diocese. Pennsylvania attorney general Josh Shapiro now it's the findings on Tuesday over. The last several months an intense legal battle has played out between my office and individuals who have concealed their identities through sealed court filings these petitioners and for a time some of the diocese sought to prevent the entire report. From ever seeing the light of day in fact they. Wanted. To cover up the cover. They sought to do the. Same thing that senior church leaders in the diocese we investigated have. Done For decades bury the sexual abuse by priests children, and covered up forever Shamefully These petitioners still don't have the courage to tell the public who they are moments. Ago an eight hundred eighty four page report issued unanimously by the fortieth statewide investigative grand. Jury the largest most comprehensive report into child sexual abuse within the Catholic church ever produced in the United States was. Released it builds on the Boston Globe spotlight report which identified two hundred and twenty nine abuser, priests the two thousand five Philadelphia grand jury report into the, archdiocese which identified over sixty abuser priests and the two thousand sixteen Altuna Johnstown investigation conducted by the office of attorney, general which named at least fifty abuser. Priests the report published today in accordance with the July. Twenty, seventh Pennsylvania supreme court order has some. Reductions let me be Very clear my office. Is not satisfied with the release of a redacted report every redaction represents an incomplete story of abuse that deserves to. Be told that grand jury report faults cardinal Donald world former longtime Bishop of Pittsburgh saying he, approved transfers for priests and instead of removing them from the, ministry and oversaw inadequate church investigations in concealed information White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders says she can't guarantee President Trump, has never used a racial slur Sanders. Was asked about it Tuesday after Trump aide Omarosa manigault Newman, said she heard Trump on tape using. The n. word Guaranteed.
Jim Tesla, Tesla and Adrienne Mitchell Mike discussed on KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens
"Lunch saw, the crooks get away I knew immediately that they were. Bug is because of the way they were behaving and that goes to call the police because I don't know how to do that in, Sweden but they didn't know they just said why are they behaving like that this is, all, in this small quiet, town an official, with these Swedish police, says she doesn't know what the, thieves plans are because the items, they stole well impossible to sell Twenty live look at your money here's Adrienne Mitchell Mike and Jim Tesla's shares. Up after hours after, it said. It expects to be sustainably profitable in the second. Half of this year and Tesla's results show at burn through less cash than expected last quarter that's. A surprise for Wall. Street after, Tesla's model three headaches tesla says it's next goal is to produce six thousand model threes the. Week investors losing their taste cheesecake sales came in as expected last quarter Calabasas Hills-based cheesecake factory but it says minimum. Wage increases and rising medical insurance and legal costs, are hurting the bottom line. Cheesecake factory shares tumbled twelve percent the biggest drop in almost two decades showtimes fall. Comedy lineup kicks off on September ninth with season nine of shameless and the new Jim Carrey, series kidding ahead of that CBS oh, and Showtime is running four ninety? Nine a month promotion for new, streaming subscribers. For IT reports the price will go, up to ten ninety nine a month after the first three months on Wall, Street stocks finish I mix is apple surged. To a record trade up faded and the fed left interest rates unchanged the Dow down eighty one. Points the NASDAQ up, thirty five. And the s&p down three we check your money. At twenty and fifty after each hour I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell can extend seventy NewsRadio an apology from. Bishop over many years. Of sexual, abuse after list of names is released out of the diocese of Pennsylvania will have of the. Roman Catholic diocese in Harrisburg.
Judge considers defamation suit against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones
"Tracy Nicole windfall ball streets day started it was all, about apple then other news, took a slice out. Of the average is, turning the Dow's gains you an, eighty one point loss it, said twenty five thousand. Three thirty three NASDAQ's up thirty five Five points that is all apple the NASDAQ the s&p is down three points apples. Extra strong earnings reports. And its record-breaking stock helped the NASDAQ to its high if. That was not there would be lower, as well, trade war jitters return to China warned the US against blackmail as the Trump administration considered using threats. Of higher tariffs, to get, China, back to the negotiating table and the Federal Reserve keeping interest rates where they are now and talking up what it's calling strong economy that growth in manufacturing cooled by more than. Expected in. July and the institute for supply management says. It survey found persistent concerns. About the fallout from a trade war business reports at eight and thirty. Eight, past, the, hour I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty WBZ news time four ten in Harrisburg Pennsylvania the Roman Catholic diocese there. Has released a list of seventy. One people linked to the diocese accused of going sexually abusing children In cases going back decades now Bishop, wrong gainer has issued a, public apology saying the churches bishops shared the blame having responded inadequately to these, allegations I have determined that anyone. Who has been accused of sexual misconduct and appears on our list we'll have his name removed from any place of honor throughout the diocese and the Harrisburg diocese also waived any past confidentiality rights agreements so survivors can tell their stories the parents of one of the, twenty children killed in the Newtown Connecticut shootings are in Austin. Texas courtroom today Noah Pozner is parents are trying to convince a judge that they have a valid defamation claim against radio conspiracy theorist Alex Jones Jones has used. His info wars. Radio show and social media platforms to push the theory the, Newtown massacre wasn't, elaborate. Hoax Jones wants the, judge to dismiss the parents defamation lawsuit he now admits the shootings did, happen but says his conspiracy claim Were protected free speech and a new study. Finds, even the, dirt on, the ground we walk on is making climate change worse plants capture massive amounts of carbon and pump it, back into the soil that's, usually where it stays for hundreds or even. Thousands, of years this new report and the journal, nature says that, as temperatures warmed up, around the world fungi and bacteria. In the soil are now becoming more active in these turbocharged microbes are feeding on dead leaves. Implants and that leads to releasing more heat trapping carbon dioxide back into the air WBZ news time four eleven coming up in just. About one minute we'll check the, latest on traffic and weather together but I it's sports here's Tom, Cuddy and the as hticket, dot, com sports, studio Red Sox no game today first of four with the Yankees here tomorrow Chris sale definitely out of that series, no official word yet on the status of, Bogaerts hit, in the right hand again last night xrays. Negative hit by pitch on. The. Right hand rule in the last two weeks of last. Season for Bogart's pages continue preseason training, camp FOX but rob gronkowski Ski at the microphone entertaining is always Tom Brady's birthday is two days, away are present from for, Tom from gronk Yeah Secret.
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"Area companies are performing on Wall Street listen, for the update sponsored by beneficial Bank true, to our names in eighteen fifty three News, time five thirty nine video and audio recordings from the duck, boat that sank in a lake near Branson Missouri had been released by federal investigators they're recording show the. Table rock lake went from. Called to deadly dangerous and just a few minutes in a sudden, storm the National Transportation Safety board says Whitecaps appeared on the lake within five. Minutes of the boat hitting the water that captain twice may calls on a hand held radio and alarm. Seldom as water began splashing into the passenger compartment their recordings ended about eight, minutes after, the, large waves appeared Jim, Chris cillizza Bs does the Pennsylvania supreme court has unanimously ruled to release it ran jury. Report that identifies more than three hundred, alleged predator, priests and Roman Catholic diocese across the state. Here's came out of his Dan wing in, a written statement state attorney general Josh appear oh, calls the ruling win but adds that there is still more work to. Be done on behalf of the victims the, nine hundred page report details clergy sexual abuse And the alleged cover up efforts that followed in six of the. State's eight diocese Philadelphia and Altoona Johnstown will not be included because they were covered in previous grand jury. Reports while the released to the public is expected by August eighth the initial, report will, be, heavily redacted with many, of the priests and officials involved having their names blacked out down wing KYW NewsRadio ninety. Degrees scattered clouds dropping down to sixty, nine overnight News time five forty some nuns. And the Catholic church are speaking out against sexual abuse by priests and bishops. Some nuns are now finding their. Voices, bullied by, the, metoo movement and are denouncing sexual abuse by priests and bishops this is getting public in part, because of years of inaction by church leaders even after major studies on the problem in Africa were. Reported to the Vatican. In the nineteen ninety s the extent of the abuse of nuns is unclear victims have been reluctant for years to report the abuse because of well-founded fears they won't be believed Sabina castle Franken CBS news Rome all three Detroit carmakers have reduced their future earnings guidance amid growing concerns over the Trump administration steel and Laburnum tariffs while, the three Detroit carmakers made a combined four billion in the second quarter Wall Street was disappointed the companies are warning higher interest rates and tariffs, are making, things tougher GM chief financial offer Officer Chuck Stephen says they're looking at all costs, a reality that we're dealing with now and I think we've got a track record of.