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"rotana faria" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"This is WBZ news twenty four degrees. I'm Jim Phillips, President Trump going through with preparations for next week state of the union address that we does not know where it will take place. House speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested that Trump postpone it during because of the partial government shutdown the White House. Ask permission to do a walk through on Monday. But that was denied the Trump administration is exploring alternative sites for the address. If congress is not an option, the supreme court taking on its first gun rights case in ten years. The court announced would hear a challenge to a New York City law that bans guns being taken outside of city limits. Three residents filed a challenge saying it violated their second amendment rights. The death of two sisters whose bodies were found duct tape together in New York's Hudson river has been ruled a suicide the bodies of sixteen-year-old Talla for RIA and Twenty-three-year-old Rotana Faria of Fairfax Virginia. Founded October twenty fourth police that authorities said they found no evidence of a crime. They added their sisters were said to preferred suicide of returning to their native Saudi Arabia. Closer to home. Attorney general Maura Healey's listing some of her top priorities for the new legislative session on beacon hill among the measures. The Democrats said she's backing is a Bill that would require bodyworks businesses be regulated by the state to help prevent human trafficking. The cool weather today hampered trash and recycling. Pickup in the north end of New Bedford ABC disposal says if your trash or recycling was not picked up leave it out. It will be.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"As agriculture. Commissioner of Florida judge today says he's seen no evidence of any wrongdoing. In the vote counting in Broward County and urged all sides to wrap down the rhetoric Florida democratic congressman Ted Deutch says there's a recount because it was a close election. Supervisors offices are all working hard around the clock. We just need. He's off of the rhetoric. We need the governor. Instead of Rubio, President Trump to stop spinning conspiracy theories about what's happening in our election. Democrat Bill Nelson is trailing Republican Rick Scott by less than a fifth of a percent in the state Senate race while the race for governor is also being recounted stocks finished lower on Wall Street today. You're listening to NPR news. And this is WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd. This suspected suicides of two Saudi Arabian sisters in New York City last month, the shining a light on the difficulties some immigrants face when experiencing abuse sixteen year old to lay off Arabia and her twenty three year old sister Rotana Faria had recently moved to the US police say they had run away after accusing family members of domestic abuse Associated Press. Reporter I patrol says the sisters may not have known what resources were available to them in this country. Your home is everything she your family's everything. She was sure identity your tribe. You know, your lineage you're not just running away from your family, which hard enough you're running away from your identity and the NYPD continues to investigate with federal authorities. A new study suggests a roadmap for reducing incarceration. Rates at WNYC's, Beth Fertig reports it has to do with how defendants are represented researchers from the RAND Corporation studied, the Bronx defenders so-called holistic model which provides social workers to clients and helps them access drug treatment and other services. They compared outcomes to the legal aid societies more traditional practice looking at a decade's worth of data. They found clients served by the Bronx defenders were about sixteen percent less likely to get sentenced to jail and their sentences were twenty four percent shorter. The researchers said lawyers who help clients address their problems are able to swayed prosecutors and judges to select alternatives to incarceration, the legal aid society noted that much of the data came from a time when it's caseloads were larger than they are today. A new photo exhibition opening in New York City today spots lights, the struggles veterans have after they leave the service for her new show depicting the invisible. Photographer. Susan baron, combined black and white portraits of veterans with handwritten descriptions of their challenges with post traumatic stress disorder. She says she's not the idea for the project when she learned about the high rate of suicide among veterans almost all of my veterans have told me that they have lost more brothers to suicide and the opioid epidemic since they've been home. Then they lost on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. Depicting?.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Vote short if they win the Bill finally succeed. Get them throw the congress, you better believe they're coming after your healthcare. Obama welcome some hecklers in the crowd calling it interesting that people who won the last election are still mad according to the university of Florida's election project. More people voted early this year, then the number who cast ballots in all of two thousand fourteen the food and Drug administration has approved a new opioid tablet that is said to be many times stronger than Fenton hill. NPR's Jake Harper reports that the agency approved Sufa nil over the objections of four you a senators and consumer advocates the new drug is called the Soviet and it's tiny. It's just three millimeters wide and meant to be dissolved under the tongue. The company says to Subbiah will be useful in emergency settings when finding a vein is difficult. It estimates. It will take in one point one billion dollars each year from the drug, but Dr raeford Brown says the FDA should have rejected to Subbiah. He's an anesthesiologist in Kentucky and chairs the advisory committee that weighed in on the drug. We still have an opioid crisis. People are still dying. And I don't think that this is going to help us in any way. He says the size and potency of the drug mean it will be sold in misused. But the FDA approved it Friday, MMA company hopes to have it in hospitals early next year. Jake Harper NPR news. A partial building collapse at an Amazon facility in the Baltimore. Suburb of Dundalk has claimed at least one life and left. Another person missing. The national weather service had warned thunderstorms, bringing strong winds and heavy rain to the area. This is NPR news. The Trump administration has again restoring sanctions on Iran that had been lifted under the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. Takes effect on Monday. The US is allowing waivers for eight countries that import Iranian oil secretary of state Mike on peyot has issued twelve demands for getting the sanctions lifted again, including ending Iran's military engagement in Syria. President Trump pulled the US out of the Iran nuclear agreement in may calling it the worst ever negotiated by the United States police in New York City are still gathering evidence and the deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters found dead on the banks of the Hudson river last week. Danny Lewis of member station. WNYC has more sixteen year old telephone area and Twenty-three-year-old Rotana Faria had been missing for several months before their bodies were found duct tape together and fully clothed with no obvious signs of trauma. Police say the two were originally from Saudi Arabia, but had lived in a shelter in Virginia after running away from home in Virginia. Last year officials say the sisters had accused family members of domestic abuse. And had said they would rather kill themselves than return to Saudi Arabia. Police. Investigators said hours before their bodies were found a passer-by saw the two women praying by the river for NPR news. I'm Dan Lewis in New York. President Trump plans to meet his Chinese counterpart alongside the group of twenty meetings in Argentina, it'll be the first gathering at the two leaders since the beginning of the trade war between US and China. Trump says that he knows China wants to make a deal, I'm Shay Stevens..

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"rotana faria" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Day, right? We're all fast, you that's why we get along. That's why we're gonna love, but you have to go out on Tuesday and vote a number of migrants and wrote to the US from Central America. Meanwhile are suing the president and some of the administration twelve migrants. Six adults and six children are the plaintiffs. The president homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen US customs border, protection, and others are named as defendants. The migrants are suing over Trump's plan to sign an executive order next week that would automatically deny asylum to the migrants who tried to cross into the US illegal under this plan. The illegal aliens will no longer get a free pass into our country by lodging meritless claims lawsuit claims this is a violation of the fifth amendment right to due process. Jim Roope, Los Ange on major revelation in the mysterious deaths of two Saudi sisters from Fairfax county whose bodies were found duct tape together in the Hudson river PD believes taller and Rotana Faria file for Silom and sources tell the department the girl said. They would rather inflec- Harmon themselves. You commit suicide then returned to Saudi Arabia, and my PD cheap detective Dermott shea everything that we've seen thus far is pointing to other than a crime taking place. Shea says a man told his department he saw two girls apparently praying in a playground near the Hudson river in New York City the day. The bodies of the sisters were found Heather Curtis. Sound WMA? Allen WMA L dot com. Accused of sending explosive devices through the mail back in a courtroom in Florida today, at least four of the apparent explosive devices sent the prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump were addressed to people in New York and its suburbs. Now the man accused of sending those devices is coming to New York. A federal judge in Florida approved the defense request to make the case for release on bond here in New York. It's not clear when Caesar say will be transferred. In the meantime, he remains in federal custody. Prosecutors argue that the fifty six year old is a flight risk, and he poses a danger to the public. He faces five criminal counts, including sending explosives through the mail and making a threat against the former president Steve Kastenbaum, New York. Checking your money. The Dow finished the day down one hundred ten points, the s&p five hundred down seventeen the NASDAQ down seventy seven w mail. Sports brought to you by Bob Evans, refrigerated sides. The wizards host the thunder at eight double drama, L, traffic and weather next.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Hitting the trail talking trade. I'm Michael Toscano. High level campaigning is Tuesday's midterm elections draw close both the current and most recent presidents will be on the campaign trail today as we hear from abbey. Philip at the White House the midterm March goes on today. I it's really heating up at least final moments. President Obama hitting the campaign trail in Florida for the democratic candidate in that gubernatorial race and President Trump is making two stops one to West Virginia. And to India, the president campaigned in Columbia, Missouri last night and mentioned his earlier phone conversation with China's president Xi Jinping Trump joining she and saying they think they'll resolve their trade disputes. And I said we have to make the right here. We're going to make the right here. It's gonna work out. Good. But we had a great conversation today. Trump, and she will meet in Argentina at the end of the month that upbeat assessment from the leaders send global stocks higher in Friday trading ended appears Wall Street's new streak of gains may continue today as well. With stock futures higher across the board this morning in. Miami. Prosecutors today we'll ask that the man accused of sending pipebombs to opponents of President Trump. He held in custody until his trial. A bail hearing for Cesar sciatic scheduled in federal court a mystery on the Hudson river in New York, John Lawrence reports investigators seem stymied about the bodies of two Saudi Arabian sisters, showing up there. Police have yet to confirm if the deaths of tala and Rotana Faria were homicides suicides or accidents NYPD chief say we owe it to the victims in any case to due diligence and follow the facts. I think that it's actors are doing exactly that here. Rotunda was twenty two years old Tyler was sixteen. According to the New York Times, the Saudi embassy had recently called taller and Rotana's mother to say the Saudi sisters were seeking asylum in the US, I'm John Lawrence. Reporting ninety seven year old rose mehlinger, the oldest of the eleven victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue killer is being laid to rest today the end of the funerals the San Francisco's forty Niners beat the Oakland Raiders thirty four to three last night and Thursday. Tonight football by Michael Toscano. This is a court ordered notice current and former Ford Lincoln and mercury owners or lessees can receive payments and other benefits from a legal settlement related to allegedly defective.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on KGO 810

"Vocab to forty eight forty eight forty eight text vocab to forty eight forty eight forty eight to try babble for free. That's the VOC A B two four eight four eight four eight. This is San Francisco. A Cumulus station. Now on Amazon, Alexa, open the cagey. Oh, eight ten skill. Hitting the trail talking trade. I'm Michael Toscano. I level campaigning is Tuesday's midterm elections draw close both the current and most recent presidents will be on the campaign trail today as we hear from abbey. Philip at the White House the midterm March goes on today. I it's really heating up in these final moments. President Obama hitting the campaign trail in Florida for the democratic candidate in that gubernatorial race and President Trump is making two stops one to West Virginia and to Indiana, the president campaigned in Columbia, Missouri last night and mentioned his earlier phone conversation with China's president Xi Jinping Trump joining she in saying they think they'll resolve their trade disputes. And I said we have to make the right? Yeah. We're going to make the right Joe. It's gonna work out. Good. But we had a great conversation today. Trump, and she will meet in Argentina at the end of the month that upbeat assessment from the leaders send global stocks higher in Friday trading ended appears Wall Street's new streak of gains may continue today as well. With stock futures higher across the board this morning in Miami. Prosecutors today we'll ask that the man accused of sending pipebombs to opponents of President Trump. He held in custody until his trial. A bail hearing for Cesar sidewalks scheduled in federal court. A mystery on the Hudson river in New York, John Lawrence reports investigators seem stymied about the bodies of two Saudi Arabian sisters, showing up there. Police have yet to confirm if the debts of tala and Rotana Faria were homicides suicides or accidents NYPD chief Dermott Shay. We owe it to the victims in any case to do. I do you follow the facts, I think the detectives they're doing exactly that here. Rotana was twenty two years old was sixteen. According to the New York Times, the Saudi embassy had recently called taller and Rotana's mother to say the Saudi sisters were seeking asylum in the US, I'm John Lawrence. Reporting ninety seven year old rose mehlinger, the oldest of the eleven victims of the Pittsburgh synagogue killer is being laid to rest today the end of the funerals the San Francisco's forty Niners. The Oakland Raiders thirty four to three last night and Thursday night. Football by Michael Toscano. I can't believe that we're playing four and four basketball with a barbershop. The. No, I can't believe how easy it will save hundreds of dollars in my car insurance with Geico..

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"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It is sixty six degrees at three o'clock. Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Investigators still piecing things together trying to gather more information as they work to solve the case of two Saudi sisters who went missing in the Hudson river using electron records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined Talla and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC in Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electron statements, and I witness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing a New York between September first and Tober twenty-fourth when their bodies were found loosely taped together in the Hudson river correspondent Aaron Katersky. Reporting five people hurt one critically after a cement truck crashed into a store in Jackson New Jersey this happened yesterday afternoon. Authorities say the accident happened around one thirty pm on cedar swamp road after a seventeen. Year old driver trying to make a left turn collided with a truck the truck then smashed into a popular deli. The cashier inside the deli injured taken to the hospital in critical condition. President Trump says illegal immigration is placing an enormous strain on the United States illegal immigration affects the lives of all Americans illegal immigration hurts American workers burdens American taxpayers and undermines public safety speaking at the White House yesterday. Trump said it cost America billions of dollars a year. He also called the United States a welcoming country, but argue that mass uncontrolled immigration will not be allowed police in Suffolk County are unveiling a new emergency. Texting system Suffolk County executive Steve Bologne says texting to nine one one we'll give residency abilities. Send a text message to dispatchers in an emergency to be able to text that emergency situation. Could mean the difference between life and data loan says this method of communication is vital especially during mash. Shootings or other catastrophes where simple phone call would play someone in danger. The Suffolk County. Police department will be the first major police department and the New York City area to use this new technology multiple media reporting now that President Trump is focusing on Heather Nauert to the the nation's next UN ambassador. There's no indication yet if the former Fox News broadcaster would accept now we're at currently works for the State Department as a spokesperson current UN ambassador. Nikki Haley announced last month that she intended to leave the post at the end of the year and nine months after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl hospitals in the city of brotherly. Love are reporting a baby, boom, nurses. There have taken to calling these new arrivals Super Bowl babies. The trend seems to support the notion that winning cities can expect to see an increase in birth rates after Super Bowl victories news is brought to.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Brought to you by fideliscare. So just four days to go until the midterm election. President term President Trump rather promising an asylum crackdown. He says we can't let anyone living in poverty into this country at this very moment large well organized caravans of migrants are marching toward our southern border some people call it an invasion, it's like an invasion. They violently overrun the Mexican border. You saw that two days ago. These are tough people in many cases, a lot of young men strong men and a lot of men that maybe we don't want in our country. Trump says the military has already been sent to the border, and he's warning migrants against throwing rocks and stones at those members of the military, buddy. Throwing stones rocks like they did to Mexico and the Mexican military Mexican place where they badly hurt. Police and soldiers of Mexico, we will consider that a firearm. Yeah. So asked if the military would shoot those rock-throwing and stones the president said, I hope not it's the military. President Trump continues his campaign blitz for Republicans ahead of Tuesday's election. But the administration may already think control of the house is loss. He's going only two states he won. And he's campaigning for governor candidates. And for Senate candidates. You get the sense talking to the president and talking to those around him that he is all but resigned to losing the house and hoping they will control the Senate. Yeah. Now Republicans have to contend with Oprah. She was on the campaign. Israel and Georgia yesterday and supportive. Stacey Abrams the democratic governor candidate for governor. There this incredible opportunity to make history we have our in alienable right to vote because the one place where we're all equal. Where is it? It's at the polls Oprah says, she's not testing the waters for twenty twenty. You. Remember, all those people were asking are begging or run for president saying she's not interested in running in New Jersey. There's already been record voting ahead of Tuesday of early voter ballots is up five times over what came in back in two thousand fourteen these midterm elections bringing out what officials are calling unprecedented numbers of early voters Bergen county clerk John HOGAN hired and has spent I think this is a new record breaker statewide as of late Thursday almost half a million ballots were in Alfred Sharkey who's worked for years in Essex County can't recall it like this must be four times. I guess more than ever I've seen the the Bergen county clerk's office in hacking. Sack is staying open from nine AM to one PM this weekend. The mail in deadline has already passed James flippin for seven ten W O R, we always like to see people out there voting mayor de Blasio. How many times do you think he has to polish is for that mistake? He made this week mayor is apologizing again after a mistake at a ceremony honoring eight people killed in last week's Halloween terror attack. De Blasio spoke at the ceremony on Wednesday. But in his initial remarks, he never read the names of the VICTIMS Names were not given to me. Originally. Of course, I would have read them. I didn't know if someone else in the program was gonna read them. I just didn't have those details, and then someone in the audience said you should do that. And we did it then big oops over there bought Lasi, oh only returned to the podium to read the names after being asked to do. So by mourner, the mayor yesterday blamed his staff event was put together way too late. It was not originally planned. It was not something planned way out here. So the mayor says reading the name should have been part of the ceremony. And now he's a happy that it wasn't originally not happy that it wasn't originally put in there. The NYPD still trying to piece together what happened to those two sisters who emigrated to the US from Saudi Arabia. Correspondent Aaron Katersky says they were found dead and bound together after washing up on the Hudson river near riverside park using electronic records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined Talla and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC and Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electron statements, and I witness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing a New York between September first and October twenty fourth when their bodies were found loosely taped together in the Hudson river number of people being prosecuted for marijuana's plummeted here in Manhattan DA Cy Vance has arraignments for low level offenses. Down eighty seven percent from August through October compared to a year earlier. That's by designed by the way with Vance saying he would stop prosecuting most marijuana crimes NYPD has also started issuing tickets in both cases instead of making arrests. Did you watch those Google workers walked off the job yesterday protesting the company sexual harassment practices? They walked out of the offices here in Manhattan. And these protesters were carrying signs that read don't be evil, which was the company's original showing the demonstration also comes after a report detailing a former executive left with a ninety million dollar severance packages package rather after two claims of sexual harassment were made against him. What kind of parachute Azad g? To enforce.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Self defense. Let's get to the latest, traffic and weather together. Just look the traffic cameras, and no major delays or accidents on Tri state freeways your side streets are looking good as well. If you do see an accident for two one news now the latest forecast from the Exergen temporal thermometer weather center on News Radio seven hundred wwl areas of mist and drizzle to start the day, even potentially some fog. But by this afternoon, it's all about the cloudy sky. Cool temperatures in the upper forties tonight. We're clearing out down the thirty seven Saturday's mostly sunny at fifty-six and Sunday looks nice increasing clouds, but a high of sixty one from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer catch. Mark News Radio seven hundred wwl. Wwl's rolling out of bed. This early Friday morning fours across the board. Forty four degrees news a service of race. Saint Clair roofing New York City police trying to piece together what happened to two sisters aged sixteen and twenty two who came to the US from Saudi Arabia just a few years. Ago Amer found dead and bound together in the Hudson river last week using electronic records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined tala and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC in Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electronic statements and eyewitness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing a New York between September first and October twenty fourth when their bodies were found loosely taped together in the Hudson river ABC's Aaron Katersky getting reports of a fire at a McDonald's and mount aurab currying during the overnight hours unconfirmed reports saying that electrical wiring what started that fire at the fast food restaurant. No word on any injuries. A small chemical fire shutting down Wyoming high school yesterday. Fire chief Dennis Brown, saying the fire broke out in a chemical closet between two chemistry classrooms more than six hundred students. Were evacuated from the high school and taken to the middle school. No injuries reported last week in Warren county, Christopher Kirby found guilty of aggravated murder in the beating death of his sister. Debra power back in September of twenty seventeen this week. He was facing the death penalty but life in prison without the possibility of parole was given. Instead the other suspect in this case Jacqueline Kirby was already found guilty of lesser charges and was sentenced to three years in.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A disabled vehicle northbound seventy one near Martin Luther King drive other than that. No, major delays Raxit dents on Tri state freeways. Now the latest forecast from the Exegen temporal thermometer weather center on NewsRadio seven hundred dollars L brain is still in my forecast. But as we head into our Friday, I'm only looking at a slight chance low of forty four and a high of just forty nine for Friday afternoon. It's a dry Friday night and clearing for the weekend. Saturday high of fifty five and Sunday, sixty two from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve news. Newsradio seven hundred wwl. It is the big five. Oh, fifty degrees. News of service of travelcenters of America, New York City. Police trying to piece together what happened to two sisters aged sixteen. Twenty Twenty-two who came to the US from Saudi Arabia few years ago in profound dad and bound together this week in the Hudson river using electronic records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined Talla and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC and Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electron statements and eyewitness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing a New York between September first and October twenty four th when their bodies were found loosely taped together in the Hudson river ABC's Aaron Katersky from New York City stocks continue a rally to begin the month of November. The Dow closed up two hundred sixty five point one percent gain. The NASDAQ rose one hundred twenty eight up almost two percent and the S and P added twenty nine for the day and increase of a percent oil prices closed lower falling a dollar sixty two a barrel to sixty three dollars and thirty nine cents. Toyota is recalling just over a million vehicles. Worldwide because the airbags could inflate without a crash or they could fail to work. If there is one included are seventeen thousand Syon X vehicles that were sold here in the US from.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Good morning. I'm sue Guzman. Investigators are trying to gather more information as they work to solve the case involving two Saudi Arabian sister is using electronic records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined Talla and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC and Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electron statements, and I witness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing a New York between September first and October twenty fourth when their bodies were found loosely taped together in the Hudson river correspondent Aaron Katersky. Five people are hurt one critically. After a cement truck crashed into a store in Jackson New Jersey yesterday afternoon officials say about. Accident happened about one thirty pm on cedar swamp road after a seventeen year old driver trying to make a left turn collided with a truck the truck then smashed into the popular daily. The cashier was hurt inside taken to the hospital in critical condition. President Trump says illegal immigration is placing an enormous strain on the United States illegal immigration affects the lives of all Americans illegal immigration hurts American workers burdens American taxpayers and undermines public safety. Speaking of the White House yesterday. Trump said it would cost America billions of dollars a year. He called the USO welcoming country, but argued that mass uncontrolled immigration won't be allowed. Police in Suffolk County have been failing this new emergency. Texting system. Suffolk County executive Steve alone says texting to nine one one we'll give residency opportunity to send a text message to dispatchers in an emergency -bility to be able to text that emergency situation. Could mean the difference between life and death. This method of communication is vital in such instances say as a mass shooting or catastrophe when an actual phone call would play someone in danger. The Suffolk County. Police department will be the first major police department in New York City or the area to use this technology. Multiple media are reporting that President Trump is now focusing on Heather Nauert to be the nation's next UN ambassador. There's no indication yet if the former Fox News broadcaster would accept Nauert currently works for the State Department is a spokesperson nine months after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl hospitals in the city of brotherly love or reporting a big baby, boom, nurses. There have taken to calling the new arrivals Super Bowl babies. The trans seems to support the notion that winning CDs can expect to see an increase in birth rate after Super Bowl victories..

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"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It is sixty four degrees at nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm sue Guzman. President Trump says illegal immigration is placing an enormous strain on the United States illegal immigration affects the lives of all Americans legal immigration hurts American workers burdens American taxpayers and undermines public safety. Speaking the White House today. Trump said it costs America billions of dollars a year. He called the United States a welcoming country, but argued that mass uncontrolled immigration won't be allowed says they have to come in legally, adding we're not releasing illegal immigrants into our country anymore. Five people are hurt one critically. After a cement truck crashed into a store and Jackson this afternoon. In New Jersey officials say that accident happened around one thirty pm on cedar swamp road. Seventeen year old driver trying to make a left turn collided with a truck Chuck then smashed into a popular deli. The cashier was the only person inside the deli who was injured taken to the hospital in critical condition. New York City police trying to piece together what happened to two sisters ages sixteen and twenty two who emigrated to the US from Saudi Arabia a few years ago, and we're found dead bound together in the Hudson river, October twenty fourth more from correspondent Aaron Katersky using electron records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined tala and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC and Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electron statements, and I witness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing in New York between September first an October twenty fourth when their bodies were found loosely taped together in the Hudson river police in Suffolk County are unveiling an emergency. Texting system Suffolk County executives. Steve Bologne says texting to a nine one one will give residents. The ability to send a text message to dispatchers in an emergency ability to be able to text that emergency situation. Could mean the difference between life and death. He says such a method of communication is vital especially during mass shootings or other catastrophes were an actual phone. Call could play someone in danger marriage Abbasi is reminding voters to flip their ballots like a pancake on election day, along with candidates on the front the back of the ballot has three questions involving money and term limits term limits. My colleagues city council I've turned on this the president United States has term limits. Blasios supports term limits. Opponents say it would create a lack of experience community board. Members voters will also be asked about the creation of a civic review commission and expanding access to matching funds for candidates. The measles. Outbreak continues to grow around the tri-state, particularly in Rockland county, and that's prompting questions about if the vaccine is permitted for orthodox Jews Rockland county commissioners. Health. Dr Patricia Schnabel Rupert says she conducted religious leaders and was told that vaccines are allowed. I have met with the rabbis and I've asked him directly. If there's a religious reason, why people should not be vaccinated and the answer was no so asked them to also speak to their community members. That said the number of cases has risen to just shy of fifty and Rockland, New Jersey Brooklyn, all in the orthodox Jewish communities. There reports say the State Department spokesman Heather Nauert his being offered the job of US ambassador to the United Nations. ABC news reports it's unclear if Nauert has accepted the offer from President Trump nine months after the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl hospitals in the city of brotherly. Love are reporting a baby boom, nurses era calling the new arrivals Super Bowl babies. This trend seems to support the notion that winning cities can expect to see an increase in birth rates after Super Bowl victories..

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"rotana faria" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on KOMO

"The school bus frantic neighbors rushing outside after hearing the crash that killed twin brothers and Mason angle and their sister Olivia who were approaching the bus eleven year olds maverick low was also hit and this early in the hospital recovering from multiple surgeries on your bus and be safe. You're not supposed to get smacked by car doing sixty miles. An hour shepherd is charged with three counts of reckless homicide, the siblings, uncle says the family had contacted the district about moving the bus stop which sits on a stretch of road where the speed limit is forty five miles per hour. Many times before it's not safe to walk a child across the highway especially at that time because everybody's going to work at that time in the wake of the children's death the school district nosing the bus stop has been moved instead of stopping on this busy road. It will know enter the side streets of this neighborhood to pick up children a twenty eighteen in national survey. Of school bus drivers found that on a single day. Nearly eighty four thousand vehicles pastor buses illegally three thousand in Indiana alone on Wednesday ille- Connie, Mississippi, another child struck and killed while getting on the bus. The driver who stayed at the scene has been charged with aggravated assault. JBC's Alex Perez reporting such a heartbreaking story, Tennessee death row inmate is scheduled to die today. But ABC's Ryan burrow reports. It's still unclear if that will happen journeys for Edmonds. Zagorski have requested a stay by the supreme court. A federal judge has ordered the lawyers have access to a phone line. In case a decision is made as the Gorski is preparing to die. This is an unconventional execution. Zagorski opting for the electric chair to be used rather than lethal injection. It's the first time it's been used in the state in more than a decade Zagorski was convicted of two murders in the nineteen eighty. He's been on death row for thirty four years. His final meal pickled pig, knuckles and pigtails. Ryan burrow, ABC news. New York City police are trying to piece together. What happened to two sisters aged sixteen and twenty two who emigrated to the US from Saudi Arabia few years ago when were found dead and bound together in the Hudson river ABC's Aaron Katersky reports from New York using electronic records, including credit card billing statements police have now determined Talla and Rotana Faria arrived in New York City on September. First they traveled from Fairfax Virginia through Washington DC and Philadelphia police are now reviewing hotel and restaurant records, electron statements, and I witness accounts to establish what the sisters were doing in New York between September first and October twenty four th when their bodies were found loosely taped together.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And Phoenix flights begin today from the convenient Carlsbad airports, President Trump says immigrants who crossed illegally into the country will be held for a long time. And he issued a warning to those heading toward the US border in a caravan that they better not be violent CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy has more president. Trump says the caravan forced its way into Mexico overrunning Mexican police. This isn't an innocent. Group of people. The president says US forces on the border will treat rock-throwers shooters because there's not much difference where you get hit in the face with Iraq. And he said if immigrants are caught crossing the border between ports of entry. We will hold them for a long time. If necessary Mr. Trump says those seeking asylum must do so orderly at a proper port of entry. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. New york. Police are investigating a deepening mystery surrounding the suspicious deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters, the sixteen and twenty three year olds bodies were discovered bound together by duct tape last week. CBS news Jericho duck and reports the lifeless bodies of tala and Rotana Faria were found on a rocky peer in New York City last Wednesday. Police say the sisters were bound together at their ankles and wastes with duct tape, and we are out to get Justice for those two girls and to find out exactly what happened. What led them to be recovered in the water? The NYPD does not get. No. If this is a homicide or suicide there also having a tough time tracking where the sisters were in the weeks leading up to their debts. No, cell, phones or social media accounts. Were recovered detectors have been down in Virginia. They've conducted a number of interviews in Virginia, including members of the immediate family as well as others Torika Dunkin CBS news, New York, we're awaiting word as to what sparked several small brush fires in the east county last night. The first fire was reported just before nine in pine valley. Firefighters say there was many as six fires that followed ranging in size from a quarter acre to at least three acres all were in isolated areas. And did not pose a threat to any buildings. The midterm election is five days away in the nation's watching our fiftieth district race in the east county. Republican incumbent Duncan Hunter still in the lead. But polls show the race is tightening. News H, Richard. Tells us hunters fighting for a sixth term while facing federal corruption charges hunter is still in the league pulled indicate the race is tightening would be the one I'm leaning towards santee residents. Steve air says the fact that hunter's father served before him is a plus just a familiar name and been around forever. So the for democrat Valerie Ryan who's voting for camping ajar. The hunter legacy is not a selling point. I'm part of me thinks that he's got.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on KOMO

"Our editors Bill O'neil and Taylor van Cise headlines now, hundreds of Google employees in New York and elsewhere walking off the job and gathering at a nearby park. A worldwide protests employees are staging to complain about Google's handling of sexual misconduct claims Mexican immigration authorities. So far haven't tried to detain migrants in the largest caravan of central Americans now walking through the southern part of the country. But it's a different story with the second smaller caravan of migrants about two hundred miles behind them, President Trump says he wouldn't be surprised if George Soros or someone else is paying for the migrant caravan moving through Mexico, the president making the comment outside the White House when a reporter asked if he thought the Central American migrants were being bankrolled by the billionaire philanthropist. The president is sending active duty military troops to the US Mexico border. Is that caravan? And approaches that he talks about that. With ABC news chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Talking about ten thousand maybe fifteen thousand active duty US military to the border more than we have fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan more than we have fighting ISIS in Syria. You really really gonna do that. Very important. We have to have a wall of people very highly trained people terrific dedicated patriots. That's what they are. You have caravans coming up that look a lot larger than its reported. Actually. I mean, I'm pretty good at estimating crowd size. And I will tell you. They look a lot bigger than people with think deeply impoverished people fleeing violence, many of them women and children are going to send fifteen thousand. The go-to mostly men, and it's actually mostly young men. And a lotta rough people a lot of rough people junk pushing the women right up into the front. Not good. They're pushing the few kids right up to the front, but they're nine hundred miles away, the active duty military, you know, the law. I mean, you're the president they can't arrest people crossing the border. The defense national emergency covers national emergency covers a lot of Terry that can invade our country. You look at that. Almost looks like an invasion Italy does look like an invasion invasion poetic. So I think when you look at some of them when you look at some of the people within the caravan. Yeah, I think it could be considered an invasion of our country. We can't have it. But there has been no formal national emergency declaration, which meets those troops can only act in support of border patrol doing things like transporting agents and building tents Senator Dianne Feinstein. Meanwhile, says Trump is making a reckless move by sending those troops kind of ridiculous candidly to put all those troops. On the border to run the risk of someone making a mistake and doing something stupid, and retiring, Tennessee, Senator Bob corker is rebuking his own party for its rhetoric over the migrant caravan. The Republican says the issue is a scare tactic meant to Rev up the base and get them to the polls corker saying the US should have real borders and immigration laws that are enforced, but he doesn't think migrants should be demonized lawsuit alleges Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted a girl when she was sixteen. Mike Grazia has more and amended. Civil lawsuit filed Wednesday now includes allegations that one time movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted a sixteen year old polish model and subjected her two years of harassment at emotional abuse. The lawsuit involves ten named plaintiffs the new accuser identified as Jane Doe alleges Weinstein assaulted her at his New York City apartment in two thousand two according to the filing Weinstein had promised to take the girl to lunch to discuss her career. Weinstein's attorney Benjamin Bronfman calls the allegation. Preposterous. I'm Mike Rossier? New york. Police investigating the deaths of two Saudi Arabian sisters found dead in the Hudson river last week ABC's. Linsey Davis were these young women lie with their bodies found duct taped together floating in the Hudson river on Wednesday police identified the sisters as twenty two year old Rotana Faria and sixteen year old Tyler ferrall police say their deaths were initially thought to be a possible suicide pact after potentially jumping off a bridge, the George Washington Bridge, but police later ruled that possibility out citing no trauma on either body women found submerged in the water, but fully dressed in yoga pants and fur-lined coats and detectors work has filled in many of the pieces, but there's still some gaps. Police say the sisters are from Saudi Arabia, and it moved to Fairfax Virginia in two thousand fifteen with their family both were last seen in August. Police interviewed the women's. Family trying to piece together a timeline of just what could have happened. According to the New York Times police are the sisters had recently requested asylum in the United States police.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Only little bit of rain in one spot pittsfield mass right now, but mostly cloudy. Milder are low near fifty tomorrow, cloudy warmer with showers in the afternoon, especially north of the pike high near sixty again downtown mid sixties on the south coast and Cape Cod. Happy Halloween back now to the CBS evening news new details about the deaths of two sisters from Saudi Arabia. They went missing in Virginia last month. Their bodies were discovered bound together in New York City last week. Torika Duncan is following this mystery. The bodies of sisters Twenty-three-year-old Rotana Faria and sixteen year old Tyler Faria were found near an embankment off the Hudson river last Wednesday, police say the sisters were similarly dressed and bound together at their ankles and ways with duct tape for nearly a week. These police sketches were the only leads authorities had NYPD chief of detectives Dermont shea are out to get Justice for those two girls. And to find out exactly what happened. What led them to be recovered in the water late today? CBS news has learned the sisters were alive when they entered the water right now, the cause of death has not been determined the sisters lived in. Fairfax Virginia police say they were last seen there in late September. Let's say what happened after that remains a mystery at this point in time still has not been deemed a homicide and NYPD source tells CBS news that the mother who lives in Virginia told police she received a call from the Saudi government in October telling the. Family. They all had to go back to Saudi Arabia because the sisters had applied for immigration asylum. We're looking at all clues in their past life right now police are calling the death suspicious and the investigation has been hampered by the fact that there's virtually.

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"rotana faria" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"rotana faria" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Well, David sources say that he was moved there because of medical reasons, but now investigators really want to know tonight, how he could have ended up dead almost immediately after walking into that prison. David gio. Thank you. We're gonna turn the investigation into a gruesome discovery here in New York City, the bodies of two sisters from Virginia were found floating in the Hudson river investigators say they were found together with duct tape they'd been bound together. And we're alive when they originally went into the water. They were from Saudi Arabia originally, and here's ABC's David Wright tonight tonight, a mystery on the Hudson two bodies recovered a week ago bound together at the wrists and ankles with duct tape. Down. Police now believe they were alive when they entered the river, we've made significant progress in piecing together pieces of this puzzle. The NYPD has positively identified the victims and release these photos sixteen year old Tyler Faria and twenty two year old Rotana Faria Saudi nationals who've been living in Fairfax Virginia. Their reports the sisters had asked for asylum, and that the Saudi government had ordered the whole family to return home a detail the Saudis deny police are treating the deaths as suspicious but say it's too early to call it murder. Investigators haven't yet ruled out the possibility it was a suicide or an accident. This is where the bodies were found in investigator say they have a pretty good idea where they may have entered the water authorities now canvassing this area. Looking for witnesses were video that may help solve the mystery. David David Wright tonight. Thank you. There are new details tonight about the murder of Washington Post wider Jamal Shoghi a Turkish prosecutor. Or now says he believes that kashogi was strangled and dismembered soon after he entered that Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkish officials also saying that a visit from Saudi Arabia's top prosecutor yielded, no quote concrete results, and there are new developments into the new Boeing jet that crashed right into the ocean. Investigators are now hearing paintings that could lead them to the black boxes of that lion. Air jet and possible clues about why the brand new plane plunged into the sea ABC's, Bob Woodruff tonight reporting from Jakarta. Tonight Indonesian investigators are hoping pangs detected see could help lead them to the most crucial element needed for their investigation. The blackbox divers already bringing back shiploads of debris and also bodybags identifying the first victim a twenty four year old woman. One of the one hundred eighty nine online air flight six ten this video given to ABC showing passengers boarding an hour before the tragedy, but I've been up by one man showing us this photo he is on the left, but took a different flight those three in the middle feared lost the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight which plunged thirteen minutes after takeoff was in service for only two months lion. Air claims a mechanical issue the day before the accident was resolved how thirties appear to be ruling out terrorism leaning towards technical failure. But with these types of aircrafts in use in the United States the race is on a find out what brought down that plane after it left. This airport. David Bob Woodward from Jakarta, Bob, thank you and back here at home in from Pittsburgh tonight..

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