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 Syrian government opens corridor for civilians in rebel area

BBC Newshour

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Syrian government opens corridor for civilians in rebel area

"The Syrian government says it's opened a humanitarian corridor to allow civilians to flee from part of the rebel held province of Egypt which has been the scene of intense fighting Alan Johnston reports Russian banks Syrian government forces recently cutoff of pockets of rebel held territory in southern Italy it's understood the humanitarian corridor would allow civilians that too is scary people in opposition held territory are often wary of crossing into government controlled areas since two games this life the civilians in Italy busy extremely

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Trump pursued a deal in Russia and hid it from voters

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:35 min | 2 years ago

Trump pursued a deal in Russia and hid it from voters

"Now, we know that through the presidential campaign Trump and his business were pursuing a very large real estate deal in Russia, a Trump Tower Moscow deal that would have required the involvement of and the permission of the Russian government. Now, we know that he and his business were pursuing that during the presidential campaign and the president now says it's perfectly fine that he was doing that. After all, he's a real estate guy. He pursues real estate projects all over the world. That's what he does. And as he says, everybody thought he would lose the presidential election. So why should he forgo business opportunities that might otherwise elude him? If he put his business career fully on hold while he was running for president. There was nothing wrong with him pursuing that deal. That's what he says. Now. Whatever you think about that explanation from President Trump that explanation would have held exactly the same amount of water during the campaign. Instead for months, he explicitly lied and said, he wasn't pursuing any deals in Russia. Wasn't illegal for him to pursue a real estate deal in Russia. He has proved himself capable of spinning a story about that. That makes it sound. Okay. Or at least tries to make it sound. Okay. But for months, he lied about it overtly. He tried to keep it secret. Michael Cohen went to congress unanswered questions about the Trump Tower Moscow project knowing the exact truth of that project since he was somebody who was directly involved in it. It's one of the principal people trying to put it together. He nevertheless under oath told congress lies about the Trump Tower Moscow project, and how long it went on again that project wasn't illegal. If there was something wrong with it. There was nothing more wrong with it in June than there was in January. Why did they have to invent a fake cover story for it that included committing felonies and lying under oath and order to keep it secret? What was it about that that you had to tell a fake story? But you know, and it's all of them. I mean when Jared Kushner filled out his security clearance application after the inauguration. Why did he leave off that that he had met with the Kremlin appointed head of a Russian Bank that he had met multiple times of the Russian ambassador that he'd taken that Trump Tower meeting during the campaign with all those Russians all of those individual meetings and communications are things that mR Kushner has an explanation for he and his will paid spokespeople. Have since given all those explanations. You know, they all came up in the normal course of his work on the campaign, and in the transition that was nothing untorn about any of them. Okay. Then why did he keep them? All secret. In Watergate, they said the cover up is worse than the crime in this scandal. The cover up is the big red neon flashing arrow that points where the crime

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"russian bank" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Keep that alpha thing in mind. This Russian company alpha is involved in this according to two thousand seven piece to payment of lobbying fees trying to influence people in the US. In other words, again what they would call collusion. Now, let me read to you. This piece yesterday that came out by Jeff Carlson has been doing tremendous work in the epoch times. This is in the show notes as well at Bongino dot com. Please subscribe to my Email. They'll send it right to you. Quote closed door testimony by former top FBI lawyer James Baker revealed that Michael Sussman a lawyer partner at Perkins. Kui gave Baker information alleging a Russian Bank. How far was communicating with a server in Trump Tower and allegation later proven false. Folks. This is this is the remake. It's the red dawn remake with the same Russians. We now know Jayme. Lemme me translate that for you. So establishing connection number one to two thousand seven piece written by Glenn Simpson whose company puts together the dossier in association, which in association with Christopher Steele. They already have this movie script about Russians trying to influence U S policy collusion. Hillary Clinton hires? Fusion GPS using a law firm Perkins. Kui a lead lawyer at that law firm, Michael Sussman who knows James Baker one of the head lawyers in general counsel at the FBI. They worked together in the criminal division Perkins Kui hires fusion GPS who wrote the original red dawn. Fusion GPS recycles. The same red dawn story about Alpha-bank at alpha conglomerate trying to influence US people. And what do they do? They race the old people and they put in Trump Tower their story now that now we know Baker who pipeline to the top of the FBI got from Sussman at Perkins. Kui the law firm who hires fusion, GPS and behalf the Hillary Clinton. Why Joe because again, Hillary Clinton does not want to hire fusion GPS directly. She wants to avoid the appearance that she's hiring someone to write a movie script. Right. Right. Right. Right. So they hire Perkins coup for Joe legal services. Dreaded air quotes there Perkins coup hires fusion, and then Perkins coup works as an information law in the remit. Oh, man. They get information from fusion a pipeline to the FBI. They get information from fusion a pipeline to the media. Look at the end of the piece by Jeff. Charleston, and the epic times how October thirty first twenty sixteen all these stories break at the same time New York Times, I think it was slate political all these stories break at the same time about this massive Russian collusion scandal and look at this. The Russians are communicating with Trump Tower to an Alpha-bank server and Trump Tower. Doing Alfabank backchannel. The same alpha that appears in the two thousand seven piece. They already had the movie written. We now know. That baker. Baker knows Baker know Sussman they worked together in the criminal division Susman's at this law firm now, that's basically a democrat, basically working for Democrats to hire fusion GPS. But Baker gets another critical piece of information. Baker gets another critical piece of information from Sussman at Perkins Kui. He gets the information that the Russians hacked DNC because it Sussman Joe at the law firm, that's coordinating the investigation into a hack, I'm using that term loosely here because that's still never been proven. The lawyer gets the information from crowd strike a company they hire to look into the follow me here folks, accompany they hire to look in the. The DNC hires to look into this alleged hack. Sussman funnels that information to the FBI through. Jim Baker who acknowledges in his testimony Representative congressman Jim Jordan acknowledges that it's highly unusual for a lead lawyer in the FBI to be receiving this information from outside council, not vetted through the rank and file chain of command. And the bureau bakery acknowledges this is highly unusual. Yeah. Yeah. We have two critical pieces of information now. The red dawn movie about the Russian invasion was not going to happen with Trump. So they had no evidence in order to set up a couple of things Joe number one that the Russians were a primary threat right now, they are a threat, but would primary threat number one, not China, not Iran that the Russians were the number one threat. They had they had light a fire. They had a light a fuse. How did they do that show? They hacked the DNC to try to take over our elections. Oh, get him. They had to establish the Russians where a primary threat again..

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"russian bank" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Are you seeing the trend yet? One two three four five six seven eight nine ten of them happened from two thousand and eight to two thousand and nine what's the trend? They all happened during bear markets. Isn't that interesting? The only one that didn't is in one thousand nine hundred seven there was one and it was not a bear market, but ninety eight nine hundred eighty seven is a very famous bear market nine thousand nine hundred eight was when the Russian Bank, the they they basically stole everybody's money in the World Bank was almost going bankrupt. So that was a bear market two thousand Y2._K, we all remember the dot bomb, right and two thousand eight was the credit crisis. So these best trading days happened in most cases during bear markets Houston. We have a problem. He's right. Therefore, you can have them. Okay. Those twenty best trading days. You can have them take them. They're yours. I don't want those twenty best trading days. Now the argument behind if you missed the twenty best trading days in your returns are evaporate is also species. And the reason I say that is because how can you miss only the last twenty best trading days out of the last twenty years who's that good? How can you pick just those days to miss and then don't miss all the other debt trading days? I don't know if you can do that. Then why don't you just pick the twenty best trading days and bien for them? All only an out for all the other ones. Okay. You can't do it. So it's an argument that seems to make sense but in practice is impossible. But when you look at where those those days actually, happened you realize that they happen during bear markets are belief system is I don't even want to be in a bear market. Why would I want to be in in two thousand eight why would you wanna be in during all of that to get those ten best rating days, but guess what the market the S and P went down fifty seven percent while those ten trading days were happening. Why would you want that? I wouldn't. And I don't in fact, that's why we told our clients and those of you listening to this show at that time in November of two thousand seven to sell and to get out and stay out for all the two thousand eight so those ten trading days that happened in two thousand eight sorry. We missed them. Oops. I'm really apologetic for that. So if you are retired or retiring soon, if you're over fifty and you agree that preserving principle is an important part of what you should be thinking.

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"russian bank" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Are you seeing the trend yet? One two three four five six seven eight nine ten of them happened from two thousand and eight to two thousand nine let's the trend. They all happened during bear markets. Isn't that interesting? The only one that didn't is in one thousand nine hundred seven there was one and it was not a bear market, but ninety eight nine hundred eighty seven is a very famous bear market nine thousand nine hundred was when the Russian Bank, the they they basically stole everybody's money. The World Bank was almost going bankrupt. So that was a bear market two thousand y que we all remember the dot bomb and two thousand eight was the credit crisis. So these best trading days happen in most cases during bear markets Houston. We have a problem. He's right. Therefore, you can have them. Okay. Those twenty best trading days. You can have them take them. They're yours. I don't want those twenty best trading days. Now the argument behind if you missed a twenty best trading days and your returns are evaporate is also species. And the reason I say that is because how can you miss only the last twenty best trading days out of the last twenty years who's that good? How can you pick just those days to miss and then don't miss all the other debt trading days? I don't know if you can do that. Then why don't you just pick the twenty best rating days and beyond for them? Only an out for all the other ones. Okay. You can't do it. So it's an argument that seems to make sense but in practice is impossible. But when you look at where those those days actually, happened you realize that they happen during bear markets are belief system is I don't even want to be in a bear market. Why would I want to be in in two thousand eight why would you wanna be in during all of that to get those ten best rating days, but guess what the market the S and P went down fifty seven percent while those ten trading days were happening. Why would you want that? I wouldn't. And I don't in fact, that's why we told our clients and those of you listening to this show at that time in November of two thousand seven to sell and get out and stay out for all the two thousand eight so those ten trading days it happened in two thousand eight sorry. We miss them. Hoops. I really apologetic for that. So if you are retired or retiring soon, if you're over fifty and you agree that preserving principle is an important part of what you should be thinking.

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"russian bank" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KTRH

"Are you seeing the trend yet? One two three four five six seven eight nine ten of them happened from two thousand eight to two thousand and nine what's the trend? They all happened during bear markets. Isn't that interesting? The only one that didn't is in one thousand nine hundred seven there was one and it was not a bear market, but ninety eight nine hundred eighty seven is a very famous bear market nine thousand nine hundred was when the Russian Bank, the they they basically stole everybody's money in the World Bank was almost going bankrupt. So that was a bear market two thousand Y2._K, we all remember the dot bomb, right and two thousand eight was the credit crisis. So these best trading days happen in most cases during bear markets Houston. We have a problem. He's right. Therefore, you can have them. Okay. Those twenty best trading days. You can have them take them. They're yours. I don't want those twenty best trading days. Now the argument behind if you missed the twenty best trading days and your returns are evaporate is also species. And the reason I say that is because how can you miss only the last twenty best trading days out of the last twenty years who's that good? How can you pick just those days to miss and then don't miss all the other debt trading days? I don't know if you can do that. Then why don't you just pick the twenty best trading days and bien for them only an out for all the other ones. Okay. You can't do it. So it's an argument that seems to make sense but in practice is impossible. But when you look at where those those days actually, happened you realize that they happen during bear markets are belief system is I don't even want to be in a bear market. Why would I want to be in in two thousand eight why would you wanna be in during all of that to get those ten best rating days, but guess what the market the S and P went down fifty seven percent while those ten trading days were happening. Why would you want that? I wouldn't. And I don't and in fact, that's why we told our clients and those of you listening to this show at that time in November of two thousand seven to sell and to get out and stay out for all the two thousand eight so those ten trading days that happened in two thousand eight sorry. We missed them. Oops. I'm really apologetic for that. So if you are retired or retiring soon, if you're over fifty and you agree that preserving principle is an important part of what you should be thinking.

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"russian bank" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Are you seeing the trend yet? One two three four five six seven eight nine ten of them happened from two thousand and eight to two thousand and nine what's the trend? They all happened during bear markets. Isn't that interesting? The only one that didn't is in one thousand nine hundred seven there was one and it was not a bear market, but ninety eight nine hundred eighty seven is a very famous bear market nine thousand nine hundred was when the Russian Bank, the they they basically stole everybody's money in the World Bank was almost going bankrupt. So that was a bear market two thousand Y2._K, we all remember the dot bomb, right and two thousand eight was the credit crisis. So these best trading days happen in most cases during bear markets Houston. We have a problem. He's right. Therefore, you can have them. Okay. Those twenty best trading days. You can have them take their yours. I don't want those twenty best trading days. Now the argument behind if you missed the twenty best trading days and your returns are evaporate is also species. And the reason I say that is because how can you miss only the last twenty best trading days out of the last twenty years who's that good? How can you pick just those days to miss and then don't miss all the other debt trading days? I don't know if you can do that then watches pick the twenty best trading days and beyond for them. All only an out for all the other ones. Okay. You can't do it. So it's an argument that seems to make sense but in practice is impossible. But when you look at where those those days actually, happened you realize that they happen during bear markets are belief system is I don't even want to be in a bear market. Why would I want to be in in two thousand eight why would you wanna be in during all of that to get those ten best rating days, but guess what the market the S and P went down fifty seven percent while those ten trading days were happening. Why would you want that? I wouldn't. And I don't in fact, that's why we told our clients and those of you listening to this show at that time in November of two thousand seven to sell and to get out and stay out for all the two thousand eight so those ten trading days that happened in two thousand eight sorry. We missed them. Oops. I'm really apologetic for that. So if you are retired or retiring soon, if you're over fifty and you agree that preserving principle is an important part of what you should be thinking.

Russian Bank World Bank Houston fifty seven percent twenty years
"russian bank" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KTRH

"Are you seeing the trend yet? One two three four five six seven eight nine ten of them happened from two thousand and eight to two thousand and nine what's the trend? They all happened during bear markets. Isn't that interesting? The only one that didn't is in one thousand nine hundred seven there was one and it was not a bear market, but ninety eight nine hundred eighty seven is a very famous bear market nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight was when the Russian Bank, the they they basically stole everybody's money in the World Bank was almost going bankrupt. So that was a bear market two thousand Y2._K, we all remember the dot bomb, right and two thousand eight was the credit crisis. So these best trading days happen in most cases during bear markets Houston. We have a problem. He's right. Therefore, you can have them. Okay. Those twenty best trading days. You can have them take them. They're yours. I don't want those twenty best trading days. Now the argument behind if you missed the twenty best trading days. Then your returns are evaporate is also species. And the reason I say that is because how can you miss only the last twenty best trading days out of the last twenty years who's that good? How can you pick just those days to miss and then don't miss all the other debt trading days? I don't know if you can do that. Then why don't you just pick the twenty best rating days and beyond for them? All only an out for all the other ones. Okay. You can't do it. So it's an argument that seems to make sense but in practice is impossible. But when you look at where those those days actually, happened you realize that they happen during bear markets are belief system is I don't even want to be in a bear market. Why would I want to be in in two thousand eight why would you wanna be in during all of that to get those ten best rating days, but guess what the market the S and P went down fifty seven percent while those ten trading days were happening. Why would you want that? I wouldn't. And I don't and in fact, that's why we told our clients and those of you listening to this show at that time in November of two thousand seven to sell and to get out and stay out for all the two thousand eight so those ten trading days that happened in two thousand eight sorry. We missed them. Oops. I'm really apologetic for that. So if you are retired or retiring soon, if you're over fifty and you agree that preserving principle is an important part of what you should be thinking about when you are retired or retiring soon,.

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"russian bank" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Are you seeing the trend yet? One two three four five six seven eight nine ten of them happened from two thousand and eight to two thousand and nine what's the trend? They all happened during bear markets. Isn't that interesting? The only one that didn't is in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven there was one and it was not a bear market, but ninety eight nineteen eighty seven is a very famous bear market nine thousand nine hundred was when the Russian Bank, the they they basically stole everybody's money in the World Bank was almost going bankrupt. So that was a bear market two thousand why do k we all remember the dot bomb and two thousand eight was the credit crisis. So these best trading days happened in most cases during bear markets Houston. We have a problem. He's right. Therefore, you can have them. Okay. Those twenty best trading days. You can have them take them. They're yours. I don't want those twenty best trading days. Now the argument behind if you missed a twenty best trading days returns are evaporate is also species. And the reason I say that is because how can you miss only the last twenty best trading days out of the last twenty years who's that good? How can you pick just those days to miss and then don't miss all the other debt trading days? I don't know if you can do that. Then why don't you just pick the twenty best trading days and beyond for them? Only an out for all the other ones. Okay. You can't do it. So it's an argument that seems to make sense but in practice is impossible. But when you look at where those those days actually, happened you realize that they happen during bear markets are belief system is I don't even want to be in a bear market. Why would I want to be in in two thousand eight why would you wanna be in during all of that to get those ten best rating days, but guess what the market the S and P went down fifty seven percent while those ten trading days were happening. Why would you want that? I wouldn't. And I don't and in fact, that's why we told our clients and those of you listening to this show at that time in November of two thousand seven to sell and to get out and stay out for all the two thousand eight so those ten trading days that happened in two thousand eight sorry. We missed them. Oops. I'm really apologetic for that. So if you are retired or retiring soon, if you're over fifty and you agree that preserving principle is an important part of what you should be thinking.

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"russian bank" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"He was concealing. That fact from the American people and for good reason, right? That would put quite a spin on the fact that he was arguing against Russian sanctions. If people had known that he personally needed to get rid of those sanctions. So he could get his Trump Tower in Moscow with financing from a sanctioned Russian Bank. The reason that deal was more than just a secret, though, the reason that was the reason that created a sort of counter intelligence emergency around Trump the candidate is because the Russian government knew that Trump was lying about this to the American people. And once they knew that he was trying to cover this thing up that they knew something about him. They knew the truth about something. They could prove the truth about something that he was trying to keep secret. Well, then they can use that as leverage over him to pressure him into doing things that he wanted. That's what compromise is he was compromised by the Russian government during the campaign. We now know. And one of the things, of course, that they wanted that the Russian government wanted then and desperately want still now is for the government to drop sanctions on their country and looking back at that first comment that Trump ever made about Russian sanctions, it is now just remarkably striking that the person who I set him up as a presidential candidate. Who I asked him that question about US sanctions against Russia who first prompted him to say that he wanted those sanctions dropped that person is a person who is now in federal custody in Alexandria, Virginia awaiting trial on charges that she was secretly acting in this country as an agent of the Russian government. That's the person who asked Trump that question at loss that Las Vegas event in the summer of two thousand fifteen her name is Maria Boutin a-..

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"russian bank" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Ruled out almost every benign explanation for context between the Trump server and a Russian Bank, not for a group of consumers. Computer scientists, analyze the data. One of them told the magazine quote, we decided this was a covert communication channel. Franklin, four originally broke that story back in two thousand sixteen. He's now national correspondent for the Atlantic, Natasha. Bertrand is a staff writer for the Atlantic covering national security and the Muller investigation Franklin. We start with you that you wrote a great piece, sort of assessing the New Yorker piece in reflecting back on two years ago. And I remember that piece. I was like, this is crazy, but also I don't know what to make of it and also everyone's denying it what? What did you learn? What? How is the story advanced in the two years since you first wrote about it? Well, it's only marginally advanced. So when I wrote about it, I said, look, we have this data. It's incredibly suspicious. A lot of computer scientists whose job it is to protect the internet from hacking. We're looking at this data in real time, and they said there's something really funny here that this Bank in Moscow was communicating with the Trump campaign, and there was a whole series of suspicious very circumstantial pieces of. Evidence in data that suggested that it was a covert communication channel, but it was just a question and we've had the scandal, this big scandal, and there's so many plot points in the scandal. It's hard to keep track of all the different strands. So I wrote this article in it kind of disappeared in this Hayes in the week before the election when everybody thought Hillary Clinton was going to be president and nobody really returned to it until except for the fact that behind the scenes, there were other teams of computer scientists. Other investigators other people in the Senate who are saying this data is suspicious. We need to interrogate the data more and unfortunately, it's two years later Dexter. Filkins a great reporter has revisited. He's ruled out other innocuous explanations for the communication between these servers, but we still don't know the fundamentals about the story. Yeah, that part of it. I mean, there's a lot of stuff. There was a response saying, oh, it could be this. So they were picking it was a Martin mass marketing Email. It was it was that which I think I remember at the time I was sort of persuaded by again, this is. Technical like, I don't know the DNS look ups. Filkins has a pretty good job of knocking that down. And there is this one detail that to me is so mysterious, Natasha. So there's the Trump domain it had been shut down after the New York Times is reporting on the story. They contact the alphabet, which is the Moscow Bank, the domain get shut down after the times contacted Alpha-bank representatives book before the newspaper contacted Trump max, who's one of the computer scientists. It's an alias says that shows a human interaction. That is pretty weird. I mean, what evidence do you need? It's very, very obvious and it's really all comes razor here. The fact that we still have not been able to rule out the idea that this was a covert communication channel. Two years after the fact, the fact that no one has come forth with a plausible explanation for why this was happening for why alphabet was one of three organisations communicating with the Trump server in those months, leading up to the election is just completely remarkable and..

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"russian bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Bob Odenkirk, and we'll also hear from Giancarlo Esposito who plays drug kingpin. Gus fring Peter Gould, the show's co, creator, and co, show runner and Jonathan banks who plays Mike, who was a cop before he was fixer. Bank says, he's played a lot of cops in his career because I'm not very pretty so I can't play. So I'm either going to be the bad guy or the cop that's coming up on fresh air. First the news Live from NPR. News in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst the treasury department is going after, our Russian Bank accusing it of helping North Korea. Evade, US sanctions meanwhile. You went embassador Nikki Haley is accusing Moscow of violating UN. Sanctions as. Well in Paris Michele Keleman reports in, a written statement. Embassador Haley sites what she calls credible reports that Russia has been granting new permits to, North Korean workers. Russia and China also recently blocked her efforts in a UN sanctions committee to halt fuel shipments to North Korea. Talk is, cheap she, writes adding quote Russia cannot support sanctions. With their words in the Security Council only violate them. With their actions her comments came as the treasury department added, a Russian Bank a Chinese trading company in some individuals to. A sanctions lists Russia's foreign ministry says such. Attempts to pressure Russia won't, work Michelle, Kellerman NPR news Washington. To, massive wildfires Burning closely together in northern California have burned more than two hundred, thirty four square miles thousands of homes remained threatened from member station k. q. e. d. on your. Hudson has more. The wildfires in Mendocino and lake counties are forcing thousands to evacuate. A different large. Fire in the area for many of those same, people to flee just a month ago the moose. Lodge, in the small. Town of clear lake oaks has served as an unofficial shelter. During the. Fires and now it's being a vacuum, created the largest. JoAnne Sant Andrea says the evacuations are taking a toll I had a few when I, was taking finance. They were just trembling and then you see them for a couple of days and they kind of seem to. Relax a, little bit, and and then like today now it. Was more panic again like oh my gosh now I. Got settled and I have to go again and I'm still, not going home Santa Andrea and about twenty five other people. Say they'll stay despite the evacuation orders for. NPR news I'm. Seventy Hudson, the wife, of a former marine Has been deported to Mexico after she exhausted all of her appeals thirty nine year old Alejandro Florez lived in the. US for twenty years without trouble until the traffic stop in Florida exposed her status her two daughters are American, citizens and her husband is a naturalized citizen Florida congressman Darren Soto says her husband served in the military. While she stayed at home with the children.

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U.S. sanctions Russian bank for helping North Korea

The Takeaway

03:32 min | 3 years ago

U.S. sanctions Russian bank for helping North Korea

"To develop leaders with the highest positions of command. I think what it's taught me as far as leadership is just for a diversity of opinions is how important it is to build bridges to people with different ideas and different backgrounds. We all have this inner response. You have a tough job, an impossible mission, send me, and that's why I can you see veterans raising their hand, the takeaway. We'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a, year after the worst mass shooting in US history Las Vegas police have issued a. Final report on the investigation into a killing, spree that left fifty eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells, us that police say after the months long investigation they still don't know why the shooter did it Clark county. Sheriff, Joe Lombardo released. A final one hundred and eighty three page report on the police investigation at a morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifesto or even or not to answer questions. The totality of the information has been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of Stephen paddock Lombardo called the shooter and unremarkable man that he had. Never done anything to draw law. Enforcement's intention until October first, two thousand seventeen, when he, opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral analysis unit will be, releasing its. Report by the end of the year Year Leyla fallen NPR news The treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action. Comes as secretary of state. Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asians occur security. Summit this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot is urging countries in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it. Gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury, department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying it knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant. Transaction at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary foreign exchange Bank or. Gene Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled. Out by the treasury department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging countries to better. Enforce sanctions on, North, Korea, he, tells reporters quote We still have a ways to go to. Achieve the outcome we're looking. For Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred and fifty seven thousand workers to their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace. In the first half of the, year, it was below that and below expectations JJ can han- is chief market strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline. Number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at. What came out for the may in June reports they were both revised. Higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent on Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points. This is NPR, news And this is WNYC in New York I'm David..

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"russian bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a. Year after the worst mass shooting in US, history Las Vegas police have issued a final report on the investigation into a killing spree that left fifty, eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells us that police say after the, months long investigation. They still don't know why the shooter did it tar county sheriff Joe Lombardo release a final one hundred. Eighty three page report on the police investigation at a? Morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifest. Or even or. Not to answer questions the totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess. As to the motives of Stephen paddock, Lombardo called the shooter an, unremarkable man that he had never done anything. To draw law enforcement's attention until October first two thousand seventeen when he opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral, analysis unit will be releasing In its report by the end of the year Leila Fadel NPR. News the treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asian, security summit, this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot. Is urging countries, in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying. Knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant transaction, at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary, foreign exchange Bank urging Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled out, by the treasury. Department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging Countries to better enforce sanctions on. North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go to achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand workers to. Their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace in the first half of the year it was below that and below expectations. JJ can Eoghan is chief market, strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some. Expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at what came out. For the may in June reports they were both. Revised higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent. On, Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points this is NPR news From k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high federal fire officials say flames from the massive Ferguson. Fire have prompted, a, new mandatory evacuation for Yosemite valley this morning park officials say. The blaze which started weeks, ago in, the, Sierra national forest is burning near the Wattana area of Yosemite within, the park's western boundary park spokesman Scott get, him in the, fire has entered the park it is along the highway forty. One corridor along the road where the. Firefighters are doing the backfiring operations park officials shut off the won'the. Area and Yosemite valley to all visitors last week the. Ferguson fire has scorched more than seventy three thousand acres and it's. Forty one percent contained meanwhile a team from the national weather service and Cal, fire have begun investigating the. Large fire world or fire tornado that ripped through, a section of reading a. Week ago in the early stages. Of the car fire As KiKi weedy science editor Danielle vent. And tells us they've released some preliminary, findings winds were in excess of one hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control. Fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant on the scale used for tornadoes the, winds, were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline towers uproot. Trees and tear the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report but according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet.

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US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions

Science Friday

04:31 min | 3 years ago

US Treasury going after Russian bank for North Korea sanctions

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Laurie London almost a. Year after the worst mass shooting in US, history Las Vegas police have issued a final report on the investigation into a killing spree that left fifty, eight people dead and hundreds more wounded NPR's Leyla Fidel tells us that police say after the, months long investigation. They still don't know why the shooter did it tar county sheriff Joe Lombardo release a final one hundred. Eighty three page report on the police investigation at a? Morning press conference in Las Vegas without a manifest. Or even or. Not to answer questions the totality of the information has. Been gathered leaves us to only make an educated guess. As to the motives of Stephen paddock, Lombardo called the shooter an, unremarkable man that he had never done anything. To draw law enforcement's attention until October first two thousand seventeen when he opened fire Lombardo said the FBI's behavioral, analysis unit will be releasing In its report by the end of the year Leila Fadel NPR. News the treasury department is going after a Russian Bank and other individuals and businesses accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state Mike Pompeo is in Singapore foreign Asian, security summit, this weekend as NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports on peyot. Is urging countries, in the region to keep the pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the, treasury department has added agro say use a Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying. Knowingly facilitated what it calls a significant transaction, at violated US sanctions the US is also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary, foreign exchange Bank urging Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also being singled out, by the treasury. Department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeo is attending a regional forum in Singapore where he's encouraging Countries to better enforce sanctions on. North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go to achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR news Washington the US Labor. Department is reporting that employers added one hundred fifty seven thousand workers to. Their payrolls last month a solid gain but the healthy pace in the first half of the year it was below that and below expectations. JJ can Eoghan is chief market, strategist at TD Ameritrade in Chicago although the headline number itself may not have been fantastic it wasn't so far below some. Expectations that it makes people nervous and if we look at what came out. For the may in June reports they were both. Revised higher the unemployment rate also ticked down to three point nine percent. On, Wall Street the Dow up ninety five points this is NPR news From k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high federal fire officials say flames from the massive Ferguson. Fire have prompted, a, new mandatory evacuation for Yosemite valley this morning park officials say. The blaze which started weeks, ago in, the, Sierra national forest is burning near the Wattana area of Yosemite within, the park's western boundary park spokesman Scott get, him in the, fire has entered the park it is along the highway forty. One corridor along the road where the. Firefighters are doing the backfiring operations park officials shut off the won'the. Area and Yosemite valley to all visitors last week the. Ferguson fire has scorched more than seventy three thousand acres and it's. Forty one percent contained meanwhile a team from the national weather service and Cal, fire have begun investigating the. Large fire world or fire tornado that ripped through, a section of reading a. Week ago in the early stages. Of the car fire As KiKi weedy science editor Danielle vent. And tells us they've released some preliminary, findings winds were in excess of one hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control. Fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant on the scale used for tornadoes the, winds, were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline towers uproot. Trees and tear the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report but according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet.

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Zimbabwe's president welcomes court challenge

A Public Affair

05:00 min | 3 years ago

Zimbabwe's president welcomes court challenge

"This is the BBC news it's union. McDonald Zimbabwe's newly reelected president Emmerson mnangagwa's insisted the elections were free and fear he says his rival. Nelson Chamisa had a crucial role to play in Zimbabwe's future but he also had the. Right to challenge the outcome Mr.. Jimmy says his party is, prepared to present evidence in court. That vote-rigging. Led to. His loss Mr. mnangagwa's. Defended. The election is open to the world Fiftieth. We went out. You know millions to share or future Yeah it, was British in Zimbabwe democracy First of all of unfettered freedom with is of the world, when us? We, believe what if free fair, election Officials in eastern Afghanistan. At least twenty five people have been killed in a suicide attack. On a mosque used by the Shia community hundreds of people were taking part in Friday prayers inside the mosque in Gardez the capital of Factoria province when two men wearing women's burqas entered into opened fire at least one blew himself up in, Turkey is handed down life sentences to. Nine people over the bombing of a peace rally in two thousand fifteen. Which killed more than one hundred people the attack shortly before elections proved a turning point in the full skill revival. Of Turkey's conflict with his car dish. Minority Virginia Gidley kitchen reports the twin explosions outside Ankara's main railway station targeted a peace rally pro-kurdish labor activists the demonstrators had gathered to call for an end to the growing violence. Between the government and Kurdish PKK militants fury survivors blamed the government for failing to provide security for the rally even though Previous Kurdish peace rally had been attacked. The government itself held these state group responsible for the explosions however ignoring a unilateral ceasefire declared by the PK. The government responded by redoubling its attacks on PKK targets Britain's Prime. Minister Theresa May's meeting president Macron is summer retreat in an apparent attempt to soften French resistance to our plan for leaving the European Union is the latest in a series of British meetings with individual European leaders and officials here's a reporter Adam, Fleming Brexit is just one of the. Subjects on the agenda for this meeting among the vineyards and beaches of. The south of France MRs may will want to explain her white paper on the future relationship with the EU leader. To leader but it's not clear if. President Macron will judge it as enough movement from the UK for the EU to change its long-standing and collectively agreed approach to Brexit and Brussels feels that needs to be more movement, on outstanding Voice issues such as. The, Irish border before serious discussions about the future. BBC news China says it has plans to impose new. Import tariff some sixty billion dollars worth of US goods the commerce ministry said the plans would go ahead if Washington did not back. Down from President Trump's threat to slap import tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. It says its. Plans were rational unrestrained the United States is implemented sanctions against three foreign businesses over their alleged activities with North Korea the measures effect to. Russian Bank and the Chinese and the Korean firm as well as a Moscow-based individual the Justice department said. They were helping North Korea the UN Security Council sanctions NASA has named the nine astronauts who will fly to the international space station on new spacecraft built by Elon Musk's SpaceX corporation and Boeing next April the seven species And to space women are part of. NASA's commercial crew program a new project working. With US aerospace companies to develop the next generation of space craft following the space shuttle's retirement seven years ago Nicole own Apu man a US Marine Lieutenant Colonel will fly aboard. The Boeing star liner spacecraft she said. It was an opportunity of a lifetime debris involved in the test and development and then to. Be there on launch day and to experience the result of all that, hard work it's going to be. A proud moment for the team it's going to. Be a proud moment for America so I'm just grateful to be able to help usher in this new era of American spaceflight and as a test pilot it doesn't get any, better than this The Russian foreign ministry says an American sailor who appears to have wandered, aimlessly in the bearing see for two weeks is safe. And well a spokeswoman said John Martin from Anchorage. In Alaska had been sailing on the Yukon river when he decided to venture into the open sea reports quote him as, saying he was planning to reach China BBC news Wwl RT thanks listener.

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U.S. job growth slowed in July; wage growth remains modest

Midday on WNYC

03:53 min | 3 years ago

U.S. job growth slowed in July; wage growth remains modest

"Live from NPR. News in Washington I'm Laurie London the treasury department is going after a, Russian Bank and. Other, individuals and businesses, accused of helping North Korea evade sanctions the action comes as secretary of state. Mike, Pompeo in, Singapore foreign Asian security summit this weekend as NPR's Michele Keleman. Reports Pompeo is urging countries in, the region to keep. The pressure on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons the treasury department has added agro, say use Russian Bank to a US blacklists saying it knowingly facilitated what it calls, significant transaction at violated US sanctions, the US, also imposing sanctions on a Moscow based Representative of North Korea's primary foreign exchange Bank or Russia to expel him a Chinese trading company is also. Being singled out by the treasury department Meanwhile Secretary Pompeii oh Is attending a regional, forum in Singapore where he's encouraging countries to better. Enforce sanctions on North Korea he tells reporters quote we still have a ways to go. To achieve the outcome we're looking for Michelle Kellerman NPR. News Washington the. US economy gained one hundred fifty seven thousand jar thousand jobs and the unemployment rate dropped three point nine percent in July NPR's Chris Arnold has more on, the just-released report from, the Labor Department these job gains numbers for last month were a bit worse than expected but the revisions for the months before that show stronger job gains in the government previously. Reported so that about balances out, there, was solid hiring and manufacturing and healthcare growth in wages continues to be pretty tap it up two point seven percent from a year ago wages have been surprisingly sluggish given how low the unemployment rate is now fallen that's puzzling economists. Who don't know why more employers are offering higher wages to attract workers, Chris Arnold NPR. News Who's the first week of testimony in the trial of Paul. Manafort wraps up today NPR's Windsor Johnston, reports, the former Trump campaign chairman is facing, more than a dozen Bank, and tax fraud charges the jury is, expected to hear more testimony. Today from one of manafort's accountants fill a lift told yours yesterday. That he was unaware that Manafort kept offshore Bank accounts he also testified, that the lack of accurate information provided would lead to an incorrect tax return the prosecution has. Been working to prove that metaphor cheated the US government out of millions of dollars in undeclared income from his work for pro Russian politicians, in Ukraine Manafort has pleaded not, guilty to eighteen counts of, Bank and tax fraud his trial is the first. Stemming from this special counsel's investigation of Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election, Windsor Johnston NPR news The Dow is up sixty, points this, is NPR This is WNYC I'm shumita Basu in New York New York City's department of health has published its, conclusions about what they. Learned from two thousand thirteen measles. Outbreak in Brooklyn the largest outbreak in decades WNYC's Zoe has more an adolescent. Brought home the measles after a trip to London it spread to. Fifty eight people in orthodox Jewish borough park Williamsburg most of those cases, where people who had chosen not, to be vaccinated the outbreak led to one woman having a miscarriage. And. Cost the city, hundreds of thousands of dollars Dr Jane soccer says. Some doctors didn't recognize the, virus which delayed treatment you know in these days doctors don't often see measles rather than in, the past when it was much more, common doctors soccer says in the last few years health department has been educating parents and pediatricians and orthodox Jewish neighborhoods about.

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"russian bank" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show

"American buffoon or president back at home the senate voted fifty one to forty eight on wednesday to confirm brian bench hausky as an assistant attorney general to head up the criminal division at the justice department so what are the concerns with the president's pick first of all there are questions about his experience or better said his lack of it questions the democratic senator dick durbin laid out yesterday wait a minute you were being chosen to head up the criminal division of the department of justice and you have no experience you have never prosecuted a case never never once been in a federal courtroom not one time than there are questions about bench caskey's resumes specifically as work for a russian bank that thrives under the putin government here's what senator dianne feinstein stein had to say special counsel muller's investigation has resulted in twentythree indictments five guilty pleas and one prison sentence in only one year confirming bench cousy puts that investigation in jeopardy and here's why bench cousy refuses to recuse himself from the russian investigation she writes despite having worked for a russian bank under investigation for ties to trump he also pushed for combs firing to ag sessions while serving on the trump transition team those are clear conflicts of interest and that's a bit of what's news for now i'm nicole sandler appreciate these reports nicole fan i hope you'll consider making a contribution my work is fully listener supported i can't do it without your help out more at nicole sandler dot com slash donate.

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Senate confirms Justice Department nominee with ties to Russian bank

The Nicole Sandler Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

Senate confirms Justice Department nominee with ties to Russian bank

"American buffoon or president back at home the senate voted fifty one to forty eight on wednesday to confirm brian bench hausky as an assistant attorney general to head up the criminal division at the justice department so what are the concerns with the president's pick first of all there are questions about his experience or better said his lack of it questions the democratic senator dick durbin laid out yesterday wait a minute you were being chosen to head up the criminal division of the department of justice and you have no experience you have never prosecuted a case never never once been in a federal courtroom not one time than there are questions about bench caskey's resumes specifically as work for a russian bank that thrives under the putin government here's what senator dianne feinstein stein had to say special counsel muller's investigation has resulted in twentythree indictments five guilty pleas and one prison sentence in only one year confirming bench cousy puts that investigation in jeopardy and here's why bench cousy refuses to recuse himself from the russian investigation she writes despite having worked for a russian bank under investigation for ties to trump he also pushed for combs firing to ag sessions while serving on the trump transition team those are clear conflicts of interest and that's a bit of what's news for now i'm nicole sandler appreciate these reports nicole fan i hope you'll consider making a contribution my work is fully listener supported i can't do it without your help out more at nicole sandler dot com slash donate.

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US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

WSJ What's News

07:22 min | 3 years ago

US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

"What's news from the Wall Street Journal, top stories and timely insights. I'm Charlie Turner in New York. The US economy added jobs at a slower pace in March than in previous months, but hiring remains strong will discuss the March employment numbers with the Wall Street Journal's Harriet, Tori. I hear some top news headlines, trade tensions continue to rise between China and the US China says it will hit back forcefully. If the US imposes newly threatened. Additional tariffs on one hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods. China's commerce, ministry spokesman described as very unreasonable and extremely wrong president. Donald Trump's announcement that he was considering penalties on an additional one hundred billion dollars in Chinese goods. The added penalties would come on top of proposed tariffs on fifty billion dollars in imports from China that Washington unveiled last week and potentially triple the amount of Chinese goods facing levies when entering the US the Trump administration announced new sanctions on fr. Friday against Russian entities and individuals including President Vladimir Putin son-in-law this in response to what the US said was Moscow's attempt to subvert western democracies and militias cyber activities. The US treasury department said the sanctions covers seven, Russian oligarchs, and twelve companies they own or control as well as seventeen senior Russian government officials and estate owned Russian weapons trading company and its subsidiary, a Russian Bank. Another privacy related headache for Facebook, consumer groups filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. Friday, saying Facebook violates user's privacy rights through its facial recognition software. The complaint was filed by a coalition of consumer organisations led by the electron privacy information center. It focuses on Facebook's tags, suggestions, feature that helps users identify people and up loaded photos by suggesting the names of people at recognizes Facebook has been under fire for mishandling user data and CEO. Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to testify at to congressional hearings next week, coming up news of slower job growth in March. This is what's news from the Wall Street Journal. Welcome back everyone. The pace of hiring in the US slowed sharply in March. The Labor Department said nonfarm payrolls, rose at a seasonally adjusted. One hundred three thousand last month way below the expected gain of one hundred seventy eight thousand new jobs and the unemployment rate held steady at four point. One percent the lowest level in seventeen years, but a bit above the expected, four percent jobless rate joining us from Washington to talk about the jobs report is Harriet Tori of the Wall Street Journal, Harriet, as mentioned a weaker than forecast job growth figure, but the labor market remained strong, doesn't it? Yeah, the late unlock. It definitely remains strong. If we look at the first quarter as a whole employs of added an average of two hundred and two thousand has a month to payrolls and that Stephanie outpaces the average monthly growth in two thousand seventeen, which was one hundred and eighty two thousand. So Amonte was kind of a week month, but it's wet Barry mind that that could also have been some payback if an extremely strong. On February when employers added three hundred twenty six thousand jobs. So overrule the labor market is still robust economists. Kind of looking at what might have happened in March and some appointing to unusually Hauch went to whether there was some quite Sibusiso, no storms on the east coast that could have kept people off the job. The jobless rate is four point, one percent it remains low. I know they expected a four percent rate, but it's an indication of a tight labor market. Yeah, that's definitely the case. It was expected that this might be the month when the unemployment rate would go down to four percent, which is a rate that hasn't been seen for many years, but it hung at four point, one percent for the six month in a row. So this is still a very, very tight labor market. And this is a very, very low rate, but people do expect that it could go. So we'll we'll see what happens in the months ahead, you know, tight labor market, but they're still wasn't a big uptick in wage growth. Was there that's also true? Wages, rose, two point, seven percent from year-earlier in Mons, and so far this year wage growth has been kind of around that level. A bit above and a bit below in in previous month. So wages haven't really increased at better than three percent rate from year alias since the loss recession on that mocks a difference between the last time employment was as low as it is now. So that was in two thousand wages were increasing in sort of the four percent range a now with? Yeah, was still still around two and a half percent or a little a little hot in the talk about which sectors of the economy showed the strongest job growth last month. I think manufacturing with straw, yes. Manufacturing did have another strong month manufacturing added twenty two thousand jobs in March, and that was that she at the same pace as the healthcare sector, which came as a positive surprise to many people. And manufacturing employment has actually been on a strong street. Recently, a loss month will of the employment gain came from the gerbil good spot of the manufacturing sector to going back to the to the topic of bad weather last month. The construction sector definitely had a bad month that had added a sixty five thousand jobs in February when it was on seasonably warm, but. March the sector lost fifteen thousand jobs, and the retail sector will so lost a few jobs that lost four point, four thousand jobs, headed out of job. So the prior two months. So that was an interesting one as well. Our employers confident about hiring prospects in the future, you know, given what's going on in Washington with a tax reform legislation. Yeah, I think tax reform was definitely a boon to the employment market is what is what many people have said 's talking to employ his. Now, there is someone set to see surrounding trades policies and how that could play out the the labor market. Another issue that keeps coming up is firms inability to find skill workers. And that seems to be a real problem for many companies out there that they having trouble finding work is that match the skills profile for the jobs that they hiring full. And that's fairly typical in a tight labor market. But it seems to be becoming more and more of a problem for companies. We do here a lot that companies are saying they really struggling to attract the is that they need. And you know, as a result, sort of having to offer things. Like sign up bonuses and so on. What about the Federal Reserve Harriet? I know the fed minutes are coming out this coming Wednesday for the last meeting. You wonder how this particular report plays into their deliberations. As far as future rate hikes are concerned? Yes. So you know, the market is making quite a lot of the fact that the hiring slowed this month. But again, if we if you look at the three month, average, the labor market is adding jobs at an extremely robust pace. So that's definitely something that the feds can cheer on the on the inflation side. It seems like it's still still kind of middling pitcher in a way. You know this two point, seven percent annual wage gain is not a breakout by any means. So station is sort of gradually moving up, but it doesn't seem to be really picking up significantly the pitcher for the fed consistent with what they've been saying that the labor market is continuing to improve. And they like to say that the data dependent and it, it's a, it's quite a few. It's a while until the next meeting. So this will be one one of many factors they'll be taking into account as as. As as Mahfoud joining us from Washington Wall Street Journal, reporter, Harriet, Tori. Thanks, Harry, thanks and that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner from the Wall Street Journal.

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"russian bank" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Seek to acquire funding through russian banks for the deal to build a building like that in moscow the only thanks to a rochas banks was one of them btv yes it was so you did seek to acquire funding for tb well there was a developer it wasn't my deal that was a i put the deal together for michael cohen who's an old and dear friend part of the emails is i've known him since a teenager so it's basically two old friends saying hey our guy can become president it we were excited it wasn't something surreptitious it was two guys when you'll each other for over thirty years excited get somebody that can i say something about that i've heard you heard you say that before that's true i understand that but you're a very you're not a kid and you're not a naive dude no right i mean just told me use it in situations hair stand on end you've been flipping taliban people you've been talking that goes annot start right the idea that this was just do you understand what people might be skeptical this is just like gideon through seattle yes i'm sure i'm sure they are and the emails may sound damning but at the end of the day it was e mails between two friends about a real estate transaction and me for my for my perspective from my side i'm trying to build a billion dollar deal so the reality is putin trump and if i knew people in china i would have tried to get the premier of china involved in get a trifecta going me just make sure that i know this part down so the people associated with the you said you put the deal together it wasn't your deal develop in russia was looking for finance i had a local developer there and i had the trump organization here and i was in the middle and the local developer there would have gotten financing from tv and or another russian bank but veto was at that point the goto bang for real estate development.

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Britain is enabling money laundering of Russian cash

All Things Considered

02:16 min | 3 years ago

Britain is enabling money laundering of Russian cash

"Their money in our country a welcome but belated stand as far as some observers are concerned and applebaum pulitzer prize winning expert on russia is a longstanding critic of britain's toleration of putin's cronies russians keep their money their wives their children their property in this country and western europe ending the the money laundering that russia does through here enforcing our own laws all of that could make an enormous difference critics say britain has been shameless in courting russian cash the london stock exchange recently accepted a listing from oleg their pasqua an close to putin some of the proceeds from the share sale went to a russian bank subject to sanctions british into media is made millions out of deals like this former polish foreign minister vladeck sikorsky thinks that such financial links may have been a factor in the decision to authorize the nerve agent attack i think president putin is wagering that britain is so hooked on russian money in london the response will be muted the british government says it's learned its lesson it will crackdown security minister ben wallace makes a startling admission about successive british administrations we have allowed the city of london's reputation as a center for weld finance to be exploited by some pretty nasty individuals who've used illicit money flares to clean it or invested but where should britain draw the line the theme song the chelsea soccer club owned by roman abramovich another oligarch close to putin russian money is embedded in britain and vice versa the giant uk oil company bp as a huge stake in russia deriving a third of its production from their philip woman is a political risk analyst companies in russia bp are possibly vulnerable to counter sanctions and we know that the russian parliament is preparing what it calls meera measures this crisis comes at a difficult time for britain's financiers thanks to brexit and the possible loss of access to the european union they will be eager to keep their markets wide open to the rest of the world shutting up shop even to dodgy.

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"russian bank" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KCRW

"In los angeles i'm kai rozelle thursday fifteen march today good as always to have your long everybody big day for russia and the trump white house today six months in a couple of days ago you might remember congress passed and the president signed something called the countering america's adversaries through sanctions act cats for short part of which called for sanctions on russian organizations or individuals over interference with the two thousand sixteen elections in this country today the treasury department impose those sanctions on nineteen people and five russian companies and also the united states joined britain germany and france in blaming russia for a nerve gas attack in the uk that left a former russian double agent and his daughter in critical condition in a british hospital as marketplace's stephen beard starts us off from london the british government has expelled at twenty three russian diplomats and launched a package of retaliatory financial measures commission mr speaker i would like to make a statement in britain's parliament prime minister theresa may blamed the kremlin retire exactly what she calls the brazen at reckless use of an illegal russian made chemical weapon on british soil among her retaliatory measures a curb on the flow of people and goods coming into britain from russia we will increase checks on private flights customs and freight we will freeze russian state assets wherever we have the evidence that they may be used to threaten the life or property of uk nationals or residents may also promised a british version of the us magnitsky act freezing the assets of individual russians implicated in human rights abuses and denying them visas there is no place for these people or their money in our country a welcome but belated stand as far as some observers are concerned and applebaum pulitzer prize winning expert on russia is a longstanding critic of britain's toleration of putin's cronies russians keep their money their wives their children their property in this country and in western europe ending the money laundering that russia does through here enforcing our own laws all of that could make an enormous difference critics say britain has been shameless in courting russian cash the london stock exchange recently accepted a listing from oleg der pasqua an only gawk close to putin some of the proceeds from the sale went to a russian bank subject to sanctions british intermediaries up made millions out of deals like this former polish foreign minister radic sikorsky thinks that such financial links may have been.

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"russian bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Country's energy emergency services and water systems and this week a senate hearing focused on threats the us faces from all over the world cybersecurity especially around elections was a major topic in 2016 at least twenty one st saw their voter registration systems probed by russia and at least one stay headed system successfully broken into the state of argued since then that they need access to the information intelligence agencies have about potential threats miles parks npr news washington russia's central bank says unidentified hackers broke into its international payments messaging system otherwise known as swift the attack took place last year from moscow charles chains we maine's reports the disclosure came buried in the central bank report on digital thefts at russian banks reported knowledge hackers had carried out one successful attack against the swift payment system last year and made off with six million dollars with elle providing details the attack was the latest in a string of digital highs against the swift global wire transfer system which is used in trillions of dollars of bank transactions daily russian hacker groups have been implicated in some of those attacks they've also been accused of working with the kremlin to carry out politically motivated hacks and the us and elsewhere yet russia has increasingly found itself also a victim of cybercrime with recent ransomware viruses affecting key government infrastructure and banking systems in the past year for npr news i'm trials means in moscow this is npr news this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake 700 ford's fifty six degrees some light rain right now in new york expect rain showers today with temperatures falling to around forty nine degrees by later this afternoon a former new york city high school teachers facing federal charges after a search of his bronze apartment uncovered thirty pounds chemicals used to make explosives christian toro and his brother tyler toro pleaded not guilty in a case that grew out of a bomb threat called into a charter school by students and why pd deputy commissioner john millar says christian toro resigned after paying students to help him at least two students who were in a present.

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"russian bank" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

The Cryptoverse

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on The Cryptoverse

"And that's where it gets a little frazee from a legal point of view in a when he goes off the chain so we'll have to keep an eye on this and nam as as them more as we get closer to a real live development of light network no doubt this kind of thing will become clear or discussed in more detail and finally for today that less story comes from choline desk which is the a theory in foundation strikes a deal with russian development bank and thus ominous does a picture of if a tally baturin signing a a book renick's that his fellow assume is from the the russian bank they doing a deal with and the daily signing a deal so the a theory and foundation is this not for profit organization is dedicated to developing the a theory on protocol itself and they've signed this deal with the national economy bank which is a russian state owned development bank now we know that vitelic boots are in the guy in the photo one of the cocreators of a theory on he has met with president putin previously so maybe this will of the things they discussed who knows a adam well basically the thing that the details of this deal out of the theory foundation has agreed to provide likes specialist training on ethereal and block ching technology and provide that training to this banks new block chain research center now that was a good thing because it helps fund the theory in foundation right i assumed again a fee for this and also feathers their own nest in terms of bringing new people knew develop has into the block jane industry and doing so bringing them directly into the a theory ecosystem so that's a good move i think for the theory and foundation and it does shouldn't mean they have to compromise there were the development of the a theory impractical itself because that is not relevant right the bank's import into the development of a theory on is relevant to this deal is simply they're buying the services of the algerian foundation and its training so there's no reason for the banks avenue import on the practical developments or lesson of one point.

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"russian bank" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"russian bank" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"A broad range of transactions involving trump's businesses as well as those of his associates according to a person familiar with the pro that's what they told bloomberg yes i saw that and i think it is you're trump that was something of a red line that he'd ruini interview with the tom now he may have known that may may very well have known the dot was comey muller had had done this i mean there was the subpoenas presumably and things like that so he would have known but i i read that bloomberg peas and it was interesting how far field muller has gone which is the which is what you were saying back in june this is the concert yes because it was it was supposed to be about collaborate of collusion with russia in terms of the election run it was not about whether donald trump ever did a any business with russian banks or german banks are banks around the world of course he has the question was did the trump campaign your members of it collude with russia in the meddling of the election not just not just did you get email from them or or things like that did they help you in some distant way the question is collusion the meddling what what does your gut tell you is the conclusion i think the i think the answer to that is going to be no but if you're going to go a field and muddy the waters and say aha donald trump i got loans from russian bank or donald trump has sold property two russian oligarchy uh for very high prices and made a lot of money but but how does it have to do with what does it have to do with with impacting the election that's that i w i keep going back to a plus b dozen equals c and and what and what is collusion our you a defining kolou right brian you at any de as someone pointed out the other day watergate was watergate the breakin was the cry and the investigation was about the cover up the crime and so far we don't have a crime in this case what is the crime that is being investigated normally starts with.

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