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"russian president putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:49 min | 3 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Gordon Reed with her new book on Juneteenth, Brian Lehrer show at 10 A.m. on W. N. Y. C later on morning edition. President Biden spoke yesterday about the value of sitting down face to face with Russian President Vladimir Putin. It was important to meet in person. So there can be no mistake about or misrepresentations about what I wanted to communicate coming up and look at what each leader gained from yesterday's summit. 60 now and Sunny in Manhattan. Sunny with a high near 80 Today, and then tonight mostly clear but the law around 63 so a cool night ahead and then we warm up on Friday. To the mid eighties and lots of sunshine. It's 7 52. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Leila Felton. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. Today, The president signs a law that will establish Juneteenth as a federal holiday. It's an increasingly rare display of bipartisanship here. Congress voted overwhelmingly to establish June 19th as a national day to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. Democrats and Republicans. Showed America that there is unity in the understanding of our history. That history of slavery is the original sin. And should never be ignored. But now we have a national Independence. Holiday for Juneteenth That was Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee yesterday for years, she helped lead the effort to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. But that push gained significant support since the murder of George Floyd a year ago. We spoke last year to historian Daina Ramey Berry from the University of Texas at Austin, who explained the significance of Juneteenth. That was the date that African American enslaved people in Texas were told that they were free. Now. The Emancipation Proclamation of January 1st of 18 63 was supposed to free all the enslaved people in the quote unquote states of rebellion. But Texas slaves were not notified of their freedom until June 19th of 18 65, and as a result, African Americans have been celebrating Juneteenth to celebrate African American freedom. Juneteenth has been a Texas holiday for four decades, but now will be the first federal holiday approved by Congress. Since 1983. When Martin Luther King Day began, the Senate passed this measure unanimously, by the way, and in the House, only 14 Republican lawmakers voted against it. The saxophonist and composer Anthony Braxton has been a galvanizing figure in American music for more than 50 years, and at 76. He is definitely not slowing down. Braxton has two new box sets out this month more than 20 hours of music. Nate Chinen from jazz night in America and member station. W B G O tells us how this elder statesman continues to defy expectations. Mhm. Anthony Braxton has always done things his own way. He's famous for creating his own musical syntax and strategies. His work straddles jazz and classical traditions, but conforms to no established pattern. He is a true American original, and, by his own account, a perpetual work in progress, and as a young guy. I used to think. Wow, if I could just get my work done and lived to 30. Then I'll be the happiest guy in the world because in there, but you live that long. And suddenly when I got to 30, it was like what I'm just getting started. And that would happen for 40 50 60 and now 70. So it's really far out. Speaking from his home in Connecticut, Braxton is a whirlwind of digression. What he's.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

07:50 min | 3 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on WBUR

"The committed Falconer is not a sport or a hobby, but a skill and art and most of all about a unique relationship. But falconry is not without its critics nor its problems as we'll be fighting out from our distinguished panel of guests. That's the forum on falconry after the news. Hello one Justin Green with the BBC News. Hong Kong police have arrested five senior figures from the pro democracy newspaper Apple Daily, including the three top editorial staff and the security laws imposed by Beijing. The five were detained in a dawn raid on the offices of the paper, which is opposed China's tightening grip on the territory. Here's Danny Vincent. What we're seeing today is editorial staff inside Apple Daily being arrested under suspicion of essentially breaking the National security law. The National Security Bureau released a short statement saying that the suspicion is that they were colluding with foreign forces the same charge Jimmy Lai has been charged with that he's currently imprisoned in facing trial for breaking the national security law. So I think activists and maybe even journalists would now say that This marks again another deterioration in some of the freedoms that Hong Kong was promised. China's first crewed spacecraft in nearly five years has blasted off from the Gobi Desert and a landmark step towards establishing Beijing as a major space power is heading for the Chang gung space station Robin Branch reports. China is going into space on a regular basis these days, sending a rover to Mars to the far side of the moon and now another manned mission to construct its own space station. Three astronauts launch safely from the satellite center Endure. Chan Life Pictures showed clear Blue skies. Two of the men have been up before. For the other, though this is a first They will live on the 10 her module for the next three months in low orbit around the Earth. Before the launch, one of the crew said it was a chance to contribute Chinese wisdom and strength. The peaceful use of outer space. The World Health Organization says cuts to the UK's international aid budget will leave millions of the world's poorest people at risk of dying or going blind from neglected tropical diseases. Here's James Landale Many agencies have warned about the impact of the treasurer's decision to cut foreign aid this year, but fewer as stark as the World Health Organization in a submission to the International Development Committee. It says the cuts will leave millions of the world's poorest people at risk from so called neglected tropical diseases. These include elephantiasis, trachoma and guinea worm. They are preventable, but without treatments, the W H O says they kill blind, disfigure and maim. Much of the UK's aid helped distribute life saving medicines. The foreign Office said it had been forced by the financial impact of the pandemic to take tough decisions to leave programs that treated these diseases. U S. Central Bank. The Federal Reserve has indicated it may start raising interest rates sooner than expected as the economy continues to improve rapidly and inflation rises. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell didn't say when rates would start to rise, but analysts expect them to do so in 2023. World News from the BBC. President Biden has warned his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin that if the imprisoned opposition activist Alexei Navalny were to die, it would be devastating for Russia. Mr. Biden was speaking after his first summit with President Putin in Geneva, which you also raised concerns about two American citizens in jail in Russia. The two presidents described the meeting as positive and constructive but made clear that significant differences remained. The charity Save the Children says more than 700,000 Rohingya Children are facing an increasingly desperate situation with no basic rights in the countries. They fled to the left Myanmar following attacks on Rohingyas by the military in 2017. Jonathan had reports. Asian countries have failed to act to address the Rohingya crisis, says the charity, leaving them to be demonized, discriminated against and treated as criminals, Many Rohingya Children, it says. Have experienced horrors. Most cannot begin to imagine the covid pandemic has made their situation worse. With governments, tightening restrictions on movement and economic opportunities for undocumented Rohingyas drying up. The prospect of them returning to their original homes in Myanmar is even bleaker. Hundreds of indigenous people in Brazil have clashed with police during protests against the government bill that could open up access to their ancestral lands for farmers, loggers and miners. Members of different ethnic groups say legislation proposed by President Joo Bolsonaro will restrict the official demarcation of their lands and will speed up the destruction of the Amazon forest. And other vulnerable environments in football. Wales, Italy and Russia have all secured winds at euro 2020. Italy continued their pre tournament billing as one of the favorites with their second win in a row this time a comprehensive three nil victory over Switzerland. Earlier, Wales beat Turkey in front of a crowd of 30,000 fans in Azerbaijan. BBC news. Smoking is the nearest thing to flying in this world. There. You sit high up and poised, Lightest air the horse swift beneath you. Unhurt. Your bird, let the Jesse's go and watch your Falcon bells a jingle like some wild spirit. Take the air. And your own spirit goes with it, their speed their grace, their laser, sharp vision and inscrutable character. No wonder that for millennia, humans have been entranced by birds of prey and what better way to try to understanding than through the ancient practice of falconry? Some call it an art, Others a sport. Some condemn it as exploitative. But for the most committed exponents. It's quite definitely not a hobby. At the heart of this time on a tradition lies the relationship between humans and their birds, a relationship built on trust and respect that falconers insist could end if the bird chooses. In the blink of an eye. Welcome to the forum from the BBC World Service. I'm Rajan data Joining me today to trace the history and practice of falconry are four experts. In Bosnia is the current president of the International Association for Falconry Majid al Mansouri. On the line from Cape Town is doctor Adrian Lombard, chair of the South African Falconry Association. And a past president of the A F. In Oslo in Norway is the social anthropologist Dr Zara Bouchra, whose research the relationships between Faulcon is, um birds of prey through fieldwork in Britain and Europe. And in the United Arab Emirates is art historian Dr analyst. Reppetto, former falconry research fellow at New York University. Abu Dhabi and the co editor of a book on images of Falcon recalled wrapped er on the fist. Welcome to all of you. So let's establish first. Before we start what full cannery is and what falconry isn't so much did tell us. How does the International Association for full Can read the F? How does it describe it? In a very simple term, you know, falconry is taking Corey and its, uh, natural state and habitat by means of a trained birds of friends..

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"russian president putin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:46 min | 3 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Would get overlooked. The bill now heads to Governor Pritzker, who has indicated that he will sign the bill into law. Illinois House lawmakers also approved legislation modernizing the state's foid card system. The bill creates electronic versions of Freud and concealed carry cards and combines them into one for those who qualify. Fingerprints would not be mandatory to get a card but would grant automatic renewal. Representative J. Hoffman of Belleville says it also creates an online portal for police to check if an individual's card has been revoked or suspended. It is not only a piece of legislation that has been sure that the backlog of the Foid card gets fixed at the Illinois state police, but it is a public safety piece of legislation because the first time in Illinois we're going to have background checks on all gun transfers. Opponents argue this won't stop criminals from getting their hands on guns. It's now up to the governor to sign the bill into law. Illinois Department of Employment Security is warning the public to be on high alert for identity theft scams Director Kristen Richards Richards says with federal unemployment programs expiring in September I d S is seeing more phishing schemes to get people to give up their personal information. What we want to encourage people to do is just be on the lookout for any unexpected text message or email they may receive from any entity that might be posing or representing that they are to the Department of Employment, Security or a different Illinois. Agency. If you have questions around what it is that you have received, something feels fishy. It likely is, she says. There are also reports of bogus social media messages and profiles being created on platforms like Facebook. She recommends visiting the agency's website at I d s dot Illinois dot gov for more information, president Biden says that he and Russian President Vladimir Putin spent a great deal of time discussing cybersecurity. During their summit meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. Today I talked about the proposition that certain critical infrastructure should be off limits to attack period. Cyber any other means? Biden noted, he gave the Russian president a list of 16 critical infrastructure entities that should be off limits for tax. He said both sides agreed to task experts to work on specific understandings on what's off limits and to follow up on specific cases. WGN Sports Here's Kevin Paul. Yes, Mani Grandal hit a game ending R B I single in the 10th inning in the white socks knocked off the res 8 to 7 on the South side to surge ahead of the race for the best record in baseball today starter Lucas Giolito After today's victory, the team's 10th and 13 games feels good. Feels good. I mean, You know, Lance said it a couple days ago. We weren't going to come in here and like, treat this like a playoff series or anything like that. But to take two from this team have really, really good vibes going to art. Next series in Houston. Other really quality team Giulietta went six innings, Foreheads three and runs to walk seven punch out socks taking on the Astros tomorrow night. Cubs and Mets are scoreless in the top of the second at Citi Field. Bears top receiver Alan Robinson has been at Bear's mandatory minicamp this week. He says he does plan on arriving at training camp on time next month being able to control what I can not setting myself back in any kind of way, not forfeiting any any any money in any kind of way. Those are all things that go into the fact that loves you know what I want to do and the things that I wouldn't accomplish, you know, not only team wanted, but but person unless the Bears and Robinson agreed to a long term contract by July 15th. He'll play this season under the franchise tag. I'm Kevin Powell, WGN Sports Tom Skilling's forecast from the pro Maciel Weather Center. Tonight. Scattered clouds cool low of 56 degrees, but mid to upper forties while inland Thursday. Partly.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:46 min | 3 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on AP News

"Slash emerge. Good morning. I'm Ed Donahue near the site of a Biden Putin summit Peace activist unfurled a huge banner in Lake Geneva, calling on the two leaders to slash their nuclear arsenals. The summit got after a chaotic start. The AP Sagar Amangani has the story outside the Geneva lakeside mansion where presidents Biden and Putin are meeting. Not going in it, little man. There was unusually fierce shoving and shouting among American and Russian journalists and security forces who tried to block access. The chaos continued inside. No dude. Amid all the yelling President Biden nodded. The White House quickly said he was not suggesting he does trust Putin only that he was acknowledging the presence of reporters, saga or MAHOGANY. Washington The European Union is recommending its 27 member countries start lifting restrictions on tourist from the United States. Alexander de Croo is prime minister of Belgium. We have been separated across the Atlantic for too long due to the to the pandemic, the fact that travel picks up again. Shows that the vaccination the vaccination approaches are working on both sides of the Atlantic. EU governments have the authority to require test results are vaccination records and to set other entry conditions, A source tells the AP. Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul has entered the NBA's health and safety protocols. It's unclear whether he'll be available for the start of the Western Conference finals next week. It's also not clear of Chris Paul has been vaccinated. Japan is expected to ease the coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and most other areas this weekend with the Olympics starting in just over a month. Daily virus cases in Japan have significantly declined recently. The Tokyo Games are supposed to start July 23rd stocks are moving between small gains and losses. Investors are waiting to hear from the Federal Reserve later today. This is a P news Family in Louisiana world famous for their Tabasco sauce is helping to conserve wetlands, which protect the region from hurricanes and floods. We've been making Tabasco sauce here for 452 years, Harold took Osborne as CEO of McElhenney Company. They are fighting erosion in their martial and key to our success is when you slow the water down or the erosion down. It's it works well in South Louisiana, cause you're like if we like a slow pace, so if we can slow things down, it has a really positive effect. They are in the marshes, which means basically at sea level. Land manager Heath Romero says the strategy is to grow grass forms a barrier. So it catches the sediment behind it. So you get the other grasses that take off behind it, And as it builds up, you know you reclaim Marsh 10 years ago,.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 3 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on KOMO

"Karen Travers is traveling with the president. President Biden Summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin takes place in an 18th century. Villa on Lake Geneva. The president spent the past week talking to key U. S allies in Europe getting their thoughts on what should be on the table for today's high stakes meetings with Putin. Biden administration officials say the president's been preparing for the summit for weeks. Last night after arriving here in Geneva. The president was asked by a reporter if he was ready for the meetings, his reply. I'm always ready with the president in Geneva. I'm Karen Travers come. Oh news. NBC's Rachel Scott is one of the few Western reporters credentialed to cover the summit with Russian reporters. Many of the Russian reporters here are fascinated and intrigued by the American presence here. When I film a stand up or still something on camera, they are filming me. Some have approached me asking what it feels like to be on the Russian side of things, quote and what my messages. For President Putin right now, Russian reporters gathered outside. We've watched as president and locked up that red carpet and through that door, you could feel the anticipation here. Also the silence leading up to the moment in which he arrived staring at right now, just the right of this building where President Hu and will be holding his first press conference before President Biden takes questions from reporters. But our day started early Covid tested outside of a hotel that Kremlin staff were staying at and that was there when we spotted some protesters chained assign, you could feel the tension even though Switzerland is a neutral party in this protester gathering hanging a big banner with the words Navalny poisoned and still no investigation. How come President Putin asking that question? It only took a few moments for police to show up by boat to bring that banner down. I watched as some Russian press eight rumbled, let out a big sigh of exhaustion and this is a very high stakes meeting. We talked about what to expect from President Biden. President Putin. His main goal here is also going to need to draw a red line with this new administration. One that we know as we have talked about is dramatically different from the last One of the topics on President Biden's agenda. Cyber attacks is an immediate threat is an ongoing threat, and it's been intensifying. All these threats appear to be emanating from Russia. The colonial pipeline attack the attack on the meat supply. Law enforcement officials are watching very closely. They want to see how Biden goes about establishing These red lines. What will the United States do if these tax intensified because right now they are understanding that these attacks are hitting people where they live. Those gas lines that we all saw gas stations.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Didn't have shaken hands. They have begun their meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. The summit has been anticipated for many weeks. President Biden prepared for it in the last several days by meeting with NATO officials and G seven and European leaders. Biden is expected to raise issues such as Russian military buildups and human rights, including the jailing of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly. Reports from Geneva. Putin has different aims. Putin needs the United States as an enemy. He needs a foil so he can tell Russians I have kept you safe for more than two decades. Now, only I can keep you safe. We have enemies abroad. And this is why we need to lock up Navalny. This is why we need thousands of troops on the border with Ukraine. That's the message he's trying to get across here. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reporting A federal judge in Louisiana is blocking the Biden administrations, moratorium on oil and natural gas leasing on public lands and in offshore waters. NPR's Debbie Elliott reports. President Biden signed an executive order in January calling for a pause on new least sales to review potential climate impacts. US. District Judge Terry Dowdy has granted a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit brought by Louisiana's Republican attorney general and officials and 12 other states. Said the moratorium would cause economic harm. The states argued that the Interior Department did not follow proper protocols and that President Biden exceeded his constitutional authority and pausing a leasing program authorized by Congress. The band did not affect any oil and gas development currently underway on public lands are offshore, only future Leigh sales, The judge ordered the Biden administration to resume sales that had been delayed for the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska. Debbie Elliott. NPR News vice president Harris will host a meeting at the White House today with several Texas Democratic lawmakers. Last month they helped block a Republican backed bill restricting voting. Houston Public Media's Sasha Cordner has more Democrats stall the Texas elections bill by staging a walkout during the regular legislative session. Now Governor Greg Abbott wants to call a special session to pass the bill, which includes limits on early voting hours and vote by mail. State representative Chris Turner will be among those meeting with the vice president. We think President Biden and Vice President Harris for their leadership, Um and.

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President Biden: Queen Reminds Me of My Mother

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00:35 sec | 3 months ago

President Biden: Queen Reminds Me of My Mother

"Got in some face time with Britain's Queen Elizabeth ABC s Karen. Trevor's has that story. After his private meeting with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle, president Biden said she reminded him of his mother, and he invited her to visit him in the first lady at the White House. We had long talking Was very jealous. The president said The queen asked him about Russian President Putin and China's President Xi. He said she also asked him what the White House is like. I said, Well, it's just magnificent. Because, he said, I know Karen Travers. ABC NEWS BRUSSELS. This is ABC News

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What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

Seattle's Morning News

01:33 min | 3 months ago

What's on the Agenda for Biden's First Foreign Trip in Office

"The president's first international trip since taking office, hoping to show the world the U. S is different with him in charge. President Biden's schedule includes meetings with allies from the G Seven Nations visit with Queen Elizabeth and have face to face meeting with Russian President Putin, CBS News correspondent We, Zhejiang has more from the White House. His press secretary says that President Biden has been preparing for 50 years for this trip, and in many ways he has first is the chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and then as vice president, But Now it is his turn to set the agenda. The president will kick off his trip by meeting with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Thursday before attending the G seven summit in Cornwall, England. It will be the first time the leaders of the world's largest economies will meet face to face since the pandemic began. Mr Biden has stressed he wants to renew America's commitment to allies after his predecessor sparred openly with them. His goal to rally the world's democracies on issues like the pandemic climate change and countering China. He and the first lady will then visit Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle on Sunday before heading to Brussels for the NATO summit. The agenda there is expected to include defense spending, cybersecurity and Russian aggression. Mr Biden will cap off the trip Wednesday with his first in person meeting with Putin since becoming president. His advisors say that is not about delivering deals, but Rather setting boundaries with Russia on everything from those cyber attacks we've been seeing to its nuclear program. We did

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White House Is Assessing Impact of Colonial Pipeline Hack

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

White House Is Assessing Impact of Colonial Pipeline Hack

"Operators of the pipeline hit by cyber attackers hope most service will be back by the weekend meanwhile the White House says it's monitoring supply shortages in the southeast officials stressed so far the fuel supply has not experienced widespread disruptions and president Biden is directing federal agencies to bring their resources to bear he's also prepared to take additional steps colonial pipeline delivers about forty five percent of pule consumed on the east coast the attack underscores how vulnerable the nation's energy sector and other infrastructure R. my administration will be pursuing a global effort of ransomware attacks by trans national criminals who often use global money laundering networks to carry them out but it also says he'll speak with Russian president Putin about dark side the hackers responsible for the ransomware attacks are based there I'm Julie Walker

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White House Hosts Virtual Climate Summit on Earth Day

WBZ Morning News

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

White House Hosts Virtual Climate Summit on Earth Day

"Change with dozens of world leaders. White House invited 40 world leaders to participate in the virtual climate summit, including China's President XI and Russian President Putin. Remarks will come from President Biden Vice President Harris Secretary of State Tony Blinken, special envoy for Climate John Kerry and national Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy. On the agenda, discussions about how the highest polluting countries can reduce carbon dioxide emissions, financial reform, innovation and making technology like carbon captured cheaper and the economic benefits of investing in climate solutions. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, Tensions between

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"russian president putin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:45 min | 5 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"On 700 wlw. Jay Ratliff. Our aviation expert is coming up here. Do you see what they're doing at United Airlines? They're starting it all over like they used to do. We'll ask him all about that. Chuck has traffic and problems and build ups. And don't forget the Sixth Street is blocked off will tell you all about it. Just a few minutes. So before we head to the White House has talked to Brian comes here this morning. What's going on? There was ugly scene in the city of Columbus last night. What we're told, started as a peaceful protest over the death of a black suspect at the hands of police turned into a scene where some of those demonstrators Trying to force their way into the Columbus Police headquarters last apparently was awesome Video that was posted by a student run newspaper at Ohio State showing the demonstrators getting through the first set of double doors. Really somebody had bolt cutters, the police and handcuffed the door handles together so that they would be secure inside. Somebody cut the handcuffs off forced their way in as they tried to get through the second set of doors to take over the police headquarters. They were, they were stopped by officers who deployed pepper spray and got him out of the building. But America Columbus is obviously disturbed by the attempts to take over police headquarters and warning people that you know. Peaceful protester fine, but violence and attempts to attack officers will not be tolerated all about the Minnesota stuff going over. It was also an incident in Columbus in an emergency room at the hospital there earlier this week where a suspect was killed in some kind of scuffle with security and police from Columbus. Sure, all right, we're coming apart at 7 30. We'll talk J and J vaccine how it's going to impact efforts here in the tri state to try and Get vaccinations up to 75%. That's the goal for the fax weekends that resume this weekend. More 15 Ministers Radio seven W All right. Thanks so much, Brian. Let's head out to Washington are ABC news correspondent Joshie. Hey, Good morning, Ike. How are you? I'm all right. How you doing today? Good. Good, good. Biden proposing a summit with Putin. What's going on here? That's right. This is the second phone call on President Biden spoke of Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday, promising a summit in the coming months at a third country now panel discussing off full range of issues issues facing the United States and Russia. Now it's important to know this call came just date after Biden spoke to Ukraine President Baltimore Zelinski coming right when there's a heightened concern about a massive build up of Russian forces along Ukraine's border and in Crimea, that Ukrainian peninsula that's been occupied by Russia seems 2014. Now the United States is already showing support for Ukraine and its sovereignty. And any Russian aggression Fighting. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Ukraine's foreign minister travel to Brussels Brussels for a meeting along with senior native NATO officials, now it's important to know during that called Putin. The White House said that President Biden urged the Russian president de escalate tensions with Ukraine and warned that the U. S would quote act firmly to defend its own interest after Russia's repeated cyber attacks. Election interference Now. Also, this isn't the first time President Biden has acted against Russia if you remember the White House announced President President Joe Biden, first sanctions against Russia over the Russian government's poisoning and detention of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Now he's taking a more nuanced approach to Russia than former President Trump. If you remember, Trump sought warmer relationships with Putin and his criticized for downplaying Russian aggression, especially interference with the 2016 election to support him. Nevertheless, in the call by the reaffirmed his goal of building a stable and predictable relationship with Russia consistent with U. S interests in the print. The Kremlin confirmed that both sides express their readiness to continue the dialogue on the most important areas have been sharing global security was abiding Putin relationships gotten off to a rocky start, don't you think? That's right. It's gonna be really hard and we know that their their relationship. It hasn't always been smooth in the past. Right now Russia they put 41,000 troops at the border with eastern Ukraine and another 42,000 and Crimea, according to a sports spokesperson for President Zelinsky, something with the Russian defense minister confront now Russia. They say that they were just simply participating in military exercises, and it's also in response to increased military activity. The U. S and NATO, but not only that the battlefield Russia. They also launched the disinformation campaign blatantly designed to falsely blame Ukraine for what the Kremlin's owned actions what they're doing right now and again, the U. S. They threaten Russia with consequences that they continue to send troops or arms to the crew to Ukraine. However, it's unclear but that actually might look like all right, Thanks so much like jockey. These are ABC News correspondent in Washington this morning on 700. W L. W Okay. Sixth Street is blocked off downtown. Amass chucking them all about it In about 90 seconds. 700 wlw Cincinnati available everywhere with the I Heart radio up Now number one for podcasting 700 wlw and I heart radio station. Hey, we get it. You don't want to be hearing a progressive commercial right now. 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"russian president putin" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

05:12 min | 5 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Talk Dad or G'kar First. Here's The News Lie from NPR News. I'm Mahalakshmi saying White House officials say they have enough doses of the Fizer and Madonna vaccines to meet their goal of 200 million shots in arms by the end of President Biden's 1st 100 days. NPR's Tamara Keith reports. They're trying to reassure the public after the FDA and CDC temporarily halted the use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine to investigate a rare side effect. Out of some seven million J and J doses administered. There have been six cases of patients getting dangerous blood clots. FDA and CDC made the decision to call for the pause without consulting the White House. And Jeff Science, the covert coordinator for the administration, said that's exactly how it should be. With science leading the way. I think it's important that you know we have here. The FDA and the FDA is the gold standard for ensuring Safety in the effectiveness of the vaccines and today's action. I think it's clear evidence. They're taking every step necessary to ensure the American people have clear and transparent information, Zain said. They hope that transparency will increase trust and avoid heightening any vaccine hesitancy. Hammer. Keith NPR NEWS The Bite Administration plans to start pulling troops from Afghanistan this month, a senior administration official says. President Biden plans to formally announce tomorrow that the plan is to complete the military withdrawal by September 11th the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks it led to the war in Afghanistan. Bind is meanwhile, confronting Russian leader Vladimir Putin about Moscow's military build up in the Crimea and on Ukraine's borders. The White House's both leaders had a conversation today during which Biden proposed. Hold a summit to air out some of their biggest differences, including Russia's interference in U. S elections. Well, the U. S intelligence community is that with its worldwide threat assessment reported singles out for countries that it says post the main national security challenges in the coming year. They are China, North Korea, Iran and Russia. In Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. The police officer who shot and killed 20 year old Dante, right as he tried to flee and arrest has resigned. NPR's Leila Fadel reports. The police chief also stepped down. Dante right, died from a single gunshot wound to the chest. Mayor Mike Elliott has taken command of the police after a vote by City Council at a press conference. Community members demanded that the officer be charged. In response, The mayor called on Minnesota Governor Tim Walz to appoint the state attorney general Keith Ellison, to take the case from the county. Alison is currently leading the prosecution against Derrick Show, Vin. He's the ex Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Community members suggested that right being pulled over for expired tags in the midst of a pandemic when there have been delays in such things. Was an example of racial profiling. Layla Falzon. NPR NEWS Minneapolis The Dow has closed down 66 points, ending a 6 33,078. It's NPR news live from New City Gate seven in Houston. I'm Gail DeLaughter. Here's what we're working on. For all things considered. Lucio Velazquez is gathering details after Houston vaccination sites whole giving out the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. CDCs has a handful of accident of people have suffered serious complications. Houston area officials, Holt and distribution of the Johnson and Johnson shot after federal health agencies reported six people developed a rare blood clot disorder. Harris County Judge Lena Hidalgo says the FEMA runs site at NRG will switch over to the Fizer vaccine while mobile community clinics will transition to the maternal vaccine. If you have an appointment, please keep it we will be offering Other vaccine options. Fizer and Madonna it all go added that about 7% of the vaccines that Harris County Public Health distributed word Johnson and Johnson vaccines. Both Harris County public Health and the Houston Health Department say they will not be using the vaccine until further guidance comes from the CDC. Looser Vasquez in Houston. Mad Harrop takes a closer look at some of the issues surrounding the J and J Vaccine that's coming up on news. 88 7 in depth at 5 44. Our public radio partners are watching bills moving through the state Legislature that would restrict access to medical care for trans youth. Andrew Webber is in Austin LGBT. Q. Plus advocates have called out a handful of bills. This legislative session, they say could be harmful to trans youth in Texas one would restrict access to gender affirming in transitional medical treatment to minors. 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Biden Issues Ukraine Warning During Call With Russian President Putin

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Issues Ukraine Warning During Call With Russian President Putin

"The us sending a message that russet military buildup near ukraine. Isn't okay the top. Us general in europe appearing before congress while president biden spoke to russia's leader. Get a phone call. Today with russian president vladimir putin president and biden voiced concerns over russia's military buildup in crimea in ukraine's borders in called on russia to deescalate the white house provided details of the phone call that also included discussions on arms control cyber intrusion and election interference. President biden suggested a summit in the coming months in a third country to discuss a full range of issues facing the united states in russia this year at halpern at the white house to. Us worships are due to arrive in the black sea this

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Russian court rejects Navalny's appeal; allies detained

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Russian court rejects Navalny's appeal; allies detained

"The arrests come as thousands took to the streets around Basra to demand the release of the opposition leader speaking to court via video link from jail on the Val needs announced criminal proceedings against him as part of the government's efforts to intimidate the opposition you would succeed in scaring tens of millions of people who have been brought by that government he said Navalny who is Russian president Putin's most well known folk was arrested on the seventeenth of January his arrest came on his return to Moscow from Germany where he was recovering from nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin I'm Karen Thomas

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Navalny releases investigation into decadent billion-dollar 'Putin palace'

Mike Gallagher

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Navalny releases investigation into decadent billion-dollar 'Putin palace'

"An investigative documentary by Russian opposition leader election of only about a sprawling palace on the Black Sea. It's thought to belong to Russian President Putin has been getting one million YouTube views per our ports of a So called Putin Palace by the sea first emerged a decade ago and have popped up ever since. So what's Alexander finally does in this in this investigation, he provides more images. He says it from Inside the palace, hey provides a three d visualization and he provides documents, which he says proves that the whole thing was financed by companies run by people very close to Vladimir Putin, basically from within Vladimir Putin's in a

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"russian president putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:50 min | 11 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Leaders have congratulated Joe Biden on his apparent victory, some of not yet reached out to the president elect has perhaps a more telling those who remain silent. That group includes Chinese president G. Russian President Putin and, yes, North Korean leader Kim Jong UN. Some of the greeting no shows note the ongoing election challenges, the Kremlin spokesman saying it would be proper to wait for an official announcement about Paul seems just as much about countries which posed the biggest foreign policy challenges to Anu Biden administration Beijing, saying China and the U. S should manage and control differences based on mutual respect. Fox is great palkot in London, the University of Notre Dame is put mandatory covert 19 testing in place for students and strict penalties for those who don't comply. After students rushed the football field over the weekend, and several campus parties were held to celebrate the upset victory over Clemson. Students who don't get tested or leave campus before their test results are in won't be able to register for classes. Around the trade dispute with Europe. The European Union is imposing tariffs on nearly $4 billion worth of Boeing jets and other U. S products as part of a long running trade dispute. The World Trade Organization ruled last month at the You could impose the tariffs, but they were delayed until after the US election. The EU is responding to US tariffs on Airbus jets and other European products imposed last year. The jetliner disputes stretches back nearly two decades, and the EU says it's ready to withdraw the tariffs if it can negotiate a settlement with the US Coast. Hilda Box near Radiant Norm Crosby, who was known for mangling the English language is part of his routine has died. He starred in his own syndicated comedy show in 1978. For many years served his co host with Jerry Lewis of the Muscular Dystrophy telethon. Norm Crosby was 93..

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"russian president putin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Have congratulated Joe Biden on his apparent victory, some of not yet reached out to the president elect. Let's perhaps more telling those who remained silent that group and glues Chinese President Xi Russian President Putin and yes, North Korean leader Kim Jong eun. Some of the greeting no shows note the ongoing election challenges the Kremlin spokesman saying it would be proper to await for an official announcement. About the post seems just as much about countries which posed the biggest foreign policy challenges to Anu Biden administration Beijing, saying China and the U. S should manage and control differences based on mutual respect. Fox is great Palkot in London, the University of Notre Dame has put mandatory covert 19 testing in place for students and strict penalties for those who don't comply. After students rushed the football field over the weekend, and several campus parties were held to celebrate the upset victory over Clemson. Students who don't get tested or leave campus before their test results are in won't be able to register for classes. Around the trade dispute with Europe. The European Union is imposing tariffs on nearly $4 billion worth of Boeing jets and other U. S products as part of a long running trade dispute. The World Trade Organization ruled last month at the You could impose the tariffs, but they were delayed until after the US election. The EU is responding to US tariffs on Airbus jets and other European products imposed last year. The jetliner disputes stretches back nearly two decades, and the U. Says it's ready to withdraw the tariffs if it can negotiate a settlement with the US Jenny Cho Silda Fox New Radiant Norm Crosby, who was known for mangling the English language is part of his routine has died. He starred in his own syndicated comedy show in 1978. For many years served his co host with Jerry Lewis of the Muscular Dystrophy telethon. Norm Crosby was 93 only Scylla, Sarah and.

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Bipartisan Senate Report Shows 2016 Trump, Russia Collusion

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Bipartisan Senate Report Shows 2016 Trump, Russia Collusion

"The news Do. You guys remember when the big question on everyone's mind was did donald trump colluded with Russia during the two thousand sixteen campaign remember it was all anyone talked about and then trump lead one, hundred and seventy thousand Americans die on his watch and we moved onto that. Well, it turns out the US. Senate had not completely forgotten about it and yesterday they dropped a bombshell report. A New Senate report says members of the 2016 trump campaign were eager. To accept help from Russia some of a directed personally by Vladimir Putin the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee releasing its final report declaring two thousand sixteen trump campaign had repeated contacts with Russian operatives, Paul Manafort? The former trump campaign co-chairman. It goes further than the Muller reports saying he was in close touch with a Russian intelligence officer who became a business partner. It says manafort posed a grave counter intelligence threat. The report says he may even have been connected. To Russia's hacking and leaking Hillary Clinton campaign emails, an operation it says was actually directed by Russian. President. Putin. The three year investigation also found that president trump may have misled special counsel Robert Muller One of the other headlines is that this committee actually made criminal referrals in June of last year in two thousand, nineteen to federal prosecutors on the list of referrals, Steve Bannon Jared Kushner, and Donald Trump Junior. That's right. The Republican led Republican led Senate committee. Referred Steve, Bannon, Jared Kushner, and Don Jr. for criminal charges for lying under oath, and this is good news for Eric. When you the least favorite child, you get left out of all the family traditions, even the criminal ones basically, this Senate investigation found that the trump campaign's contacts, with Russia, during the two thousand, sixteen election posed a threat to national security, and the interesting thing about this report is that it's bipartisan with policies agree on the facts but. Each party came to a different conclusion about whether the facts meant that there was no collusion. And I will say it's always weird to see the same set of facts that are interpreted that differently it kind of reminds me of how two different guys will have different stories about how they fight went down you'll. That guy in the face and he was down on the ground lights out man. So Dude, I told that guy get on my face and then I took a nap on the

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Russia Registers World's First Covid-19 Vaccine Despite Safety Concerns

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Russia Registers World's First Covid-19 Vaccine Despite Safety Concerns

"Teachers and healthcare workers will be the first to receive the vaccine that Russian President Putin announced today is the first possible vaccine in the world for covert 19 But the vaccine is being released the same time that mask testing for safety and effectiveness is being carried out. Here's correspondent Matthew Chance. We also understand from other Russian officials that your mass production of this fax and he's not going to be stepped up and they have to produce up to 170 million doses both in Russia and in other countries as well, which have agreed apparently. Teo to produce this vaccine by the end of the year. So look whether or not this vaccine is effective, all safe. It does look like it is going to be widely distributed and administered to millions of people around the world. In the months

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Pelosi, Democrats criticize Trump on Russia after intel briefing

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Pelosi, Democrats criticize Trump on Russia after intel briefing

"The two top Democrats in Congress say any threats to American troops must be pursued relentlessly there, rebuking the president after receiving a highly classified briefing about intelligence that Russia offered bounties for killing US troops in Afghanistan. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, accusing the president of being soft on Russian President Putin and distracted by less important issues. The president has called reports of the intelligence assessments of hoax and has thus far declined to address whether the U. S. Has or will respond to Russia.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Portland now news update from ABC news now Democrats will wrap up the final day of arguments in the Senate impeachment trial leading house manager Adam Schiff talking about president trump standing next to a Russian president Putin rejecting U. S. intelligence conclusions that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election it's not just a propaganda coup it's not just the undermining of our agencies it's also that the buy in to that propaganda meant that Ukraine wasn't going to get money to fight the Russians I mean that's one hell of a Russian intelligence to South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham appears to be not the only loyal trump supporting Republican to one allegations about the bidens investigated though those have been widely debunked the vice president added states you're in charge of your training corruption efforts and your son winds up getting three million dollars from the most corrupt entity in the Ukraine berets ma what do you expect people to give you a pass that payment was reported to be to another company that hunter Biden was associated with health officials have confirmed a second U. S. case of the virus that originated in China Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases talk about China's decision to lock down some entire Chinese cities historically when you shut things down it doesn't necessarily have a major effect but I think we just need to keep an open mind it's their decision hopefully it'll work wall street's major indexes closed lower analysts saying it's over worries about whether the Chinese virus would spread and affect the global economy trump administration threatening California or the potential loss of federal health care money because of the state's requirement that insurance plans cover abortions California showing no signs of complying with the warning listening to ABC news are you more our top local story Portland has now met the conditions of the settlement agreement with the department of justice over training and changes needed for dealing with people who have mental health issues but mayor Ted Wheeler says the city can't stop here we need to collectively provide more services and support to people experiencing mental illness and we need to continue to explore ways to reduce uses of force including deadly force police bureau change policies and training they also made improvements in the use of force community engagement and accountability residents of a southeast Portland neighborhood are going about their business today after their neighborhood was blocked off for several hours last night an armed suspect swiped a truck and shot at the owner of the truck crash near southeast one forty eight and division there's never tells Kate to police told them to shelter in place I was told that he had a gun and he shot at them and that made me even knowing that he had a gun if he saw me he couldn't shot me officers couldn't find the suspects around eleven thirty the shelter in place order was lifted Washington's legislators considering a bill to help victims with restraining orders it's called the Tiffany hill act for the hazel dell mother who was shot and killed by her estranged husband last year he too is Genevieve rail says it would require the person named in the order to wear an electronic monitoring device it would alert her her estranged husband was nearby giving her more time inside the school to call nine one one the bill has passed out of committee last year a similar bill died in the legislature expect west Burnside to remain closed from Barnes to skyline through the afternoon commute so crews can finish cleaning up a small mud slide a detour is in place I like this we go junior high school teacher is set to appear on jeopardy tonight K. two reports math teacher heather Nelson has been auditioning for jeopardy since two thousand seven she was finally chosen as a contestant last summer episode airs tonight at seven PM I'm.

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Trump says US tip to Russia helped prevent attack in Saint Petersburg

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Trump says US tip to Russia helped prevent attack in Saint Petersburg

"Russian president Putin personally thank president from the White House says Russian president Vladimir Putin thanked president trump and a phone call Sunday for information the U. S. shared that helped foil a potential holiday terror attack in Russia the court in Saint Petersburg is ordered to Russian men detained ABC's

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Putin says US 'political drama' diverting focus from Russia

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Putin says US 'political drama' diverting focus from Russia

"It appears Russian president Putin is keeping track of what's going on in Washington you know those allegations that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen election will Russian president Vladimir Putin says the political battles in Washington as he calls them have put that talk on the back burner thank god he said he spoke at an economic forum in Moscow repeating a discredited conspiracy theory that it wasn't Russia who interfered in the presidential election it was Ukraine read a fall les Washington

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Trump expresses interest in attending May Day parade in Moscow with Putin

Kevin McCullough Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Trump expresses interest in attending May Day parade in Moscow with Putin

"Also Donald on com president trump would like to attend next year's victory day parade in Moscow what else correspondent Greg Clarkston with that story Russian president Putin has invited president from to attend the parade on may ninth and he says he's weighing the invitation it is right in the middle of political season there if I can do it but I would love to go back to the event will mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the allied victory over **** Germany and occasion the president describes as a very big deal Greg clutched in the

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Turkey, Russia agree to clear Kurdish fighters and control the Syria-Turkey border

Todd Schnitt

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Turkey, Russia agree to clear Kurdish fighters and control the Syria-Turkey border

"The five day cease fire between Turkey and the Kurds extended after negotiation between Turkey and Russia the new agreement calls for joint Russian and Syrian government patrols beginning in one hundred fifty hours to ensure the absence of any Kurdish fighters in the safety zone within eighteen miles of the border between Syria and Turkey Russia's influence in the conflict has grown since the withdrawal of US forces from Syria after several hours of talks in Sochi Russia Turkish president air to want refer to Russian president Putin as my dear friend boxes Steve Harrigan and your bill the wrong Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer again blasting president trump for pulling most US troops out of Sirius a clear demonstration of the president's feckless nous when it comes to dealing with dictators this one of the worst decisions in decades it puts Americans here in the homeland in danger the chair of the Senate foreign relations committee says sanctions could be imposed on Turkey for

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Russia says rocket explosion caused 16-fold radiation spike

Richard Eeds

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Russia says rocket explosion caused 16-fold radiation spike

"One Russian sources radiation levels are sixteen times higher than normal after an explosion during a missile test correspondent Barbara Starr is at the Pentagon four of the five nuclear monitoring stations inside Russia went silent in the days after that August eighth mystery explosion this is what the U. S. believes is a new Russian attempt to build a nuclear powered cruise missile Russian president Putin denies there was a radiation

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President Trump, President Putin And US discussed on Pacifica Evening News

Pacifica Evening News

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

President Trump, President Putin And US discussed on Pacifica Evening News

"President Trump making a joke of US concerns about Russian interference in the next presidential election as he pals around with Russian President Putin at a g twenty summit in

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Pentagon says Iran shot down U.S. drone over international waters

Rush Limbaugh

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Pentagon says Iran shot down U.S. drone over international waters

"As the Pentagon says the Iranian shot down in American drone in what it says were international waters Centcom, general Joseph Castellon unprovoked attack on the US surveillance asset that had not violated arena airspace, at any time during its mission Tehran freely. Admits it shot down the drone, but says it was over Iranian airspace at the time. I'm Jamie Dupree in Washington wilder now. balancing the attack on a u._s. drone over international waters is a very foolish move president trump floated the idea that maybe it was not what the iranian regime wanted i have a feeling that it was a mistake made by somebody that shouldn't have been doing what they did ask if there would be a u._s. military response the president basically said stay tune russian president putin is warning the u._s. against using force against iran saying it would have catastrophic consequences during a state tv appearance today a call in show putin said u._s. military iraq would be quote catastrophe for the region at a

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Russian destroyer nearly collides with American ship

Anderson Cooper 360

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Russian destroyer nearly collides with American ship

"USA lers, keep the camera running, as they record a Russian destroyer, nearly colliding with their ship in the dramatic encounter. The Russian warship moves to within fifty to one hundred feet of their cruiser a US aircraft overhead documents the Russian wake of their ship making a sudden high-speed turn coming up alongside the US worship all of this takes place in the Philippine sea in international waters. Acting Defense Secretary, Patrick Shanahan says the US will protests to Moscow. We'll have military and military conversations with the Russians. Of Of course course, we'll departure. we'll have to me safety of the NFL as well sport. It will not deter point endeavoring our operations collision was narrowly avoided when the American commander ordered the ship into full reverse at high speed. That is a very aggressive ingen maneuver to conduct reversing the direction of those propellers to try to get the ship to stop or to slow down as quickly as possible to ten thousand ton cruiser. It's not going to stop on a dime. Despite the severity of the episode Russian sailors can be seen sunbathing on the destroyer's deck. Russia's state run news agency claimed the US instigated the encounter the incident occurred off the coast of China and comes after president. She met with Russian President Putin, who said Chinese Russian relations, are at an unprecedented level. You're looking at the kinds of things that they can that they. Can do in concert with the Chinese to challenge the US, the Pentagon, increasingly worried Russian forces are getting reckless Tuesday, a Russian fighter jet flew right in front of a navy patrol aircraft over the Mediterranean, Sea and less month. US air force fighters. Intercepted Russian aircraft off the coast of Alaska, militarily, what they're trying to do is they're trying to challenge the United States at every particular point that they feel they can get away with it navy. Officials say the Russians had been settling, the Americans at a safe distance for some time before the incident, and that convinces them that the Russians knew exactly what they were

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"russian president putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Washington. Russian President Putin says his country will target the United States with new weapons if the US stations intermediate range missiles in Europe and PR's Lucian Kim reports Putin said Russia is ready to react to any new US missile deployments in his annual address to the Russian parliament, President Putin accused the United States of abandoning the IMF treaty which bans medium range missiles that can reach their targets in a matter of minutes. Putin said Russia's developing a number of hypersonic weapons with reduced flight times to match any medium range missiles, the US might base in Europe Moscow's ready for arms control negotiations with Washington. Putin said but won't knock on closed doors anymore. NPR's Lucian Kim in Moscow on the eve of an unprecedented. Vatican summit on clerical sexual misconduct abuse survivors are calling to press their demands directly with the pope NPR, Sylvia. Poggioli reports that summit organizers Matt twelve survivors for more than two hours and expressed thanks for their advice scores of victims of sex abuse. From around the world are gathering in Rome to make their voices heard at the global summit many expressed frustration that pope Francis did not turn up at a meeting with five organizers Peter is spokesman for the group and clergy abuse said he and the others demanded that by Monday, the church will have adopted zero tolerance make it a universal law by the end of the summit in charge a few sexually assaulted a child at any time. All right on Tuesday. You're no longer appraise other survivors feared the three day summit won't produce new regulations on abuse. But will be mostly an educational experience for bishops in denial. They clerical. Sex-abuse occurs in their countries. So people Jolie NPR news, Rome. President Trump told reporters today that without a trail trade deal with the European Union. The US will impose tariffs on European car imports on Wall Street at the close the Dow up sixty three points. This is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm David I New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says the latest round of winter weather could make a mass of the evening commute Murphy delivered a storm update this afternoon and asked workers to leave early if possible to ease what could be a rough commute. The snow is expected to turn into a wintry mix during the evening rush-hour, a state of emergency took effect in New Jersey this morning and a travel advisory is also in effect for New York City officials are encouraging commuters to use mass transit thousands of police officers from New York City and around the country attended funeral services this morning for the NYPD detective who was shot and killed in crossfire last week. Forty two year old Brian Simonson was fatally shot while responding to an attempted robbery. In queens, awake was also held last night in Hampton bays Long Island. Police Commissioner James O'Neill posthumously promoted Simonsen to detective first grade. He said all police can do is keep serving people Brian's memory. When we pick up where he left off we won't ever finish his work. But the respect is any effort in hearing a call for help and answering it Simonson spent his nineteen year career at the one hundred second precinct. He is survived by his wife and mother when freshman state Senator Andrew gone Ardis ran for office last year against incumbent Marty golden for a south Brooklyn district. He was critical of golden for funnelling hundreds of thousands of dollars to a catering hall owned by his own family. Now artists wants to make that kind of self dealing illegal or saying enough is enough time has come here in New York to close this loophole and to prohibit people from being bad actors and really enriching themselves at the cost of doing the public good. He's introduced a Bill. He calls the golden rule after his predecessor, according to campaign finance records. Golden who couldn't be reached for comment spent more than eight hundred thousand dollars at a catering hall. He and his family owned.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Aren't-aren't forty. We do not know much about President Trump's conversations with Russian President Putin other than they met one on one with nobody with translators present a Washington Post reports, Mr. Trump has made a major effort to keep it that way, this is not normal. This is not usual. The big question is why political analyst Leonard Steinhorn, the very fact that the president does not seem to want to disclose and wants to seem to hide his conversations with Putin. That's got to be another layer of information that's going to intrigue Bob Muller, and potentially that might lead to some other things, but only George Janine Pirro program on friendly, Fox News, Mr. Trump claim he would now be okay with releasing Krant scripts off his Putin one on one would I don't care. Conversation like every president. Does you sit with the president of various countries? I do it with all countries. This against a background of a recent New York Times report got the FBI has investigated. Mr. Trump is a possible Russian agent new plans by democratic house committee chairman to look deeper into all things Russia. This is the third weekend. Started the fourth week of the partial government shutdown the amount of weekend movement toward a solution zero turning to the weather. It has been deadly this weekend at least seven that's what are you storm? That's pretty much everything mother nature can throw from above about half the country Saint Louis and surrounding areas have been hammered by snow, which is now falling further east storm. It's going to bring some prolonged snow to the mid Atlantic. So DC the I ninety five corridor. This will intensify and bring them snow not only throughout the day on Sunday. But also through Monday morning, WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob wycoff. More than sixty five million people are under a winter storm. Mornings needless to say there are power outages in spots. Travel is a problem too. In politics had another democratic presidential hopeful former Obama administration housing chief former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"If he wants to do that. In the end, prosecutors say the meeting did not take play but discussions about Trump Tower Moscow were gaining momentum in November twenty fifteen. Prosecutors say Cohen spoke with a Russian national who claim to be a trusted person in the Russian federation who promise the campaign, political synergy and synergy on a government level the individual again pushed for a meeting between Mr. Trump and Russian President Putin. It did not occur. Prosecutors say because Mr. Trump was pursuing a similar deal with business associate Felix outer also Muller's team Cohen admitted circulating false congressional testimony to White House staff and Mr. Trump's legal counsel before submitting and Muller. Steam, also says Mr. Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied about five separate. Issues even after he pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate. Mr. Trump has spent the last week attacking the special counsel investigation. As why the president is so upset Trump ally. Roger stone tells the New York Times he has finally figured out that this is about him. And joining me now, Senator Angus king of Maine and independent who talk us with the Democrats are also part of the intelligence committee there Senator king. Welcome back to meet the presser. Great to be with Chuck. Well, obviously, a pretty eventful week at the end of it. You have the Justice department if you will in the southern district of New York, pretty explicitly implicating, the president in a crime and Michael Cohen than adding to it saying that his testimony false testimony to congress with something that was known in advanced by some folks in and around the president what are your takeaways from this week's developments, and what congress now do. Well, I think you outlined in your tape there. Many of the questions that are raised by that by those filings, and they're really a separate series of filings. But the Cohen ones are are pretty disturbing. Because the the key phrase to me is directed by individual one, which everyone knows is is President Trump directed by implicates the president in a felony. Now, the president can have some defenses left. I think we should make it clear he could claim it wasn't knowingly or willful. He didn't understand it was his own money. He didn't think it was a violation of campaign finance laws, but it's still a pretty serious matter. But I got say Chuck, I think the filing last week that should be most troubling to the White House weren't the ones made on Friday. But the ones made with regard to general Flynn earlier in the week because number one Robert Mahler felt that his cooperation has been of such an extent that he recommended no jail time kind of. Prosecutorial prosecutorial pardon. If you will nineteen meetings with the with the special counsel and a lot of redacted pieces in the filing that was made last week. That's the one I think that really raises some some very difficult questions that go to the heart of the question of whether there were relationships between the Trump campaign, President Trump and the Russian government during the campaign in two thousand sixteen because Flynn was as they say in Hamilton in the room where it happened. Do you know something we don't give in your access to intelligence your access to Michael Michael Flynn? And obviously the investigation that you're part of in the Senate intelligence committee. I suspect I do know things that you don't. But I'm not everything I'm saying, I'm glad you asked that question is based on public reporting. Not on any inside information that I have for example. I don't know what was redacted from those Flynn documents. So yes, we've had a as, you know, our committee is working quietly and diligently on many of these same issues, but everything that I'm sharing with you is based on a public information. And the the filings that we've seen from these individuals given that the government has is now saying the weight of the government is behind the charges that that that the president helped direct Michael Cohen to commit that crime. And as you said, there are still a defense there for the president he can claim you didn't know it was a crime, or at least a breaking of a campaign finance crime. Do you believe there's already enough to start an impeachment inquiry that doesn't mean he would be impeach?.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

Fareed Zakaria GPS

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on Fareed Zakaria GPS

"This is gps the global public square welcome to all of you in the united states around the world i'm for zaccaria today on the show mr trump goes to your how did he do i will tackle the nato summit have seen is you're just making russia richer and the visits with the queen and prime minister may what did he accomplish what did he disrupt then trump's next big meeting with russian president putin what can we expect will the president get an artful deal or a bad one i'll talk about it all with the terrific bound also this week nikki haley the us ambassador to the un wrote a scathing response to a united nations report about poverty in america haley called the report patently ridiculous i will talk to the author of that report philip allston but first here's my take president trump's trip to europe has been portrayed by both him and his critics as revolutionary he tells us that single handedly and miraculously he got members of nato to increase their defense spending sharply his critics claim that singlehandedly he wrecked the western orleans by sowing doubt and discord among america's closest partners neither assertion is really true trump's demands are in fact familiar american demands president obama routinely asked the same of nato allies trump's lau charge against germany this week that it has become too dependent on russian natural gas does actually have considerable merit the germans have eagerly signed up for an energy relationship with russia that is strategically dangerous from get some of the dynamics wrong it's not so much that by importing large amounts of natural gas from russia berlin can be blackmailed the russians are equally dependent on german cash but the new pipelines being built could allow russia to threaten eastern european countries by withholding energy supplies or jack up prices and moscow has used an abuse this energy card in the past but again trump's complained was often voiced by the obama administration and in neither of these cases is there any indication that donald trump's crude and aggressive approach has produced any results the real revolution however in what donald trump is doing with his foreign policy lies at home he's continuing with his project by intent or instinct to remake the republican party his farm policy appears to be designed to create a new republican foreign policy that is actually much closer to the party's historical roots distrustful of foreigners alliances treaties and in many senses flatly isolationist in his rallies trump describes ariza's closest allies as our worst enemies and.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on Here & Now

"Russian president putin held his annual marathon press conference today speaking for nearly four hours taking questions from foreign and domestic journalists on subjects ranging from north korea to alleged collusion with the 2016 trump campaign and pure as moscow correspondent lucien kim was washing and lucien over 1600 journalists were there why does putin do this every year you know that's the one question i wish people would ask him there is a kremlin pool of reporters and they travel around with herman sometimes i get a shout out questions in their press conferences with foreign leaders but really not a whole lot of opportunities to talk with putin part of his style oh he's very staged and even today to wasn't really a chance for any kind of followup questions okay so what were some of the answers today was asked about alleged collusion between the russian government in the trump campaign what he say well as far as collusion he answered the usual way the way he always has his point is this is an bench of trump's political enemies who simply can't accept his victory may be sounds a lot like what trump says himself what he did say today was that washington was gripped in what he called mania and he basically brushed off those accusations and said he really hopes that he and donald trump at some point will be able to normalize relations putin was also asked by consensus amtrak who's a liberal tv presenter who is herself planning to run against him in 2018 about the lack of political competition against him and why the opposition candidate alexi no volley has been barred from running interesting moment there had a putin respond it was very interesting well first of all putin did not even mention navales name he just said this personnage and whenever ugh putin doesn't say your name is one way of knowing he doesn't really like you very much yeah the question was is the government scared of honest competition and he said no basit navan these sort of bringing a street.

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"russian president putin" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"russian president putin" Discussed on Here & Now

"Any form of illegal or fraudulent voting whether by non citizens or the deceased an any form of voter supression or intimidation must be stopped president trump also is lunching with republican senators who failed this week to come to an agreement on the way to overturn president obama's affordable care act president trump is requesting another road next week and we are wondering lisa if in that lunch anything is being asked about the latest taken the russian story news of a second conversation between president trump trump and russian president putin at the g twenty summit earlier this month so let it let's discuss with our here now political analyst jamal simmons a democratic strategist host of the btc podcast high jamal our you could and paris denard republican strategist high paris hello hello and i'm going to start with you paris yesterday the president said he wants to let obamacare fail and he won't owner when it does today he said back to work on fixing obamacare here he is going into the meetings with senators closer to the people understand and we have to follow through saw horton but we're in this room today to deliver on a promise to the american people to repeal obamacare and to ensure that they have the healthcare that they need we have no choice we have to repeal and replace obamacare parasites that's headspinning yesterday that it fail today repeal and replace does is inconsistency bother you and should he be owning some of this do you think this was a failure of his leadership.

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