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"salis" Discussed on WBUR
"How the infrastructure package will invest in similar industries to combat climate change and create jobs. While in California Monday President Biden Campaign for Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom. Newsom is facing a recall election Today, Millions of Californians have cast ballots by mail. One of nuisance greatest challengers is conservative radio talk show host Larry Elder. He is calling for an end to mask mandates and says Newsom has mishandled California. During the pandemic. Senate Democrats have reached a deal on a new voting rights proposal. After weeks of negotiations. NPR's Claudia Gonzalez reports, a Republican filibuster still stands in their way. Senate Rules Committee chair Amy Klobuchar, who led the negotiations for Senate Democrats, said several key members have signed on to the new proposal, including West Virginia's Joe Manchin. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said he was already preparing the Senate to vote on the legislation as early as next week. He also said mansion was charged with working to gain Republican support for the bill. However, the GOP has been steadfast in their opposition to federal voting rights reforms. Democrats would need 10 GOP members to sign on to overcome a Republican filibuster to vote on the plan, which for now appears unlikely. Claudia de Salis. NPR NEWS Washington This is NPR. This is 19.9 W bur in Boston. Good morning. I'm Deborah Becker, Secretary of State Bill Galvin is predicting a little more than 100,000. People will turn out to vote in Boston's preliminary election today, he says. That's down slightly from 2013. The last time there was an open mayor seat in the city of Boston is one of 15 Massachusetts communities holding preliminary elections today. W bur Steve Brown has more This is the first time mail in voting is allowed in a preliminary municipal election. However, Galvin notes. If you have requested a mail in ballot but have not yet sent it in, do not place it in the U. S mail. It is important to know that any ballot is.
"salis" Discussed on Perspective
"Abc news. This is perspective this week stories and why they matter. I'm daria albinger coming up millionaires in space. But is that where they should be spending their fortunes will discuss that later but first one year after the brutal murder of her son daniel judge. Esther celis is on a mission to honor her son's life and legacy this week. The federal judge from new jersey opened up to. Abc's robin roberts about how she and her husband are advocating for increased protection for federal judges and how they've coped over the past year. Everything i do from this moment on is for daniel his sacrifices life or his bothering me. It was the ultimate act of terrorism. Judge esther silences beloved son daniel taking a fatal bullet after a gunman posing as a delivery driver attempted to assassinate judge salis at their home last summer her husband mark suffering three gunshot but thankfully surviving has this past past been the roller coaster of emotions. I don't want to sugarcoat some of the depths of our despair at moments mark thank goodness is thriving but we had some scares you know. We're traveling this journey together through that emotional journey leaning on their faith and each other one of the things i learned about my husband was his resilience crawled out to the porch to try to get a license plate. That was the first sign that this guy was. Just not gonna stop really more. That was your thought that it was a lot of adrenaline. I knew daniel was now gonna make just from being with him just could tell and He was in a state of grace. So i was happy I went over the deel..
"salis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying a majority of Senate Republicans are expected to block a plan to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. MPR's clinically salis reports the mother of fallen U. S. Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick. Is asking to meet with GOP members opposed to creating an independent bipartisan commission. Lattice sick. Nick issued a statement asking for Republicans opposed to the 9 11 style commission to meet with her. She told NPR she wants answers from the panel. My son is Dead and I want to know why Brian Sick. Nick was assaulted during the riots led by violent extremists loyal to former President Trump Sick. Nick died the next day, but Capitol police still consider his case a line of duty death. Gladys Sick, Nick said Republicans opposed to the plan are a slap in the face toe officers who served the day of the siege. Clinically Salis reporting the Labor Department reports new claims for unemployment benefits dropped more than expected last week to just over 400,000. Here's NPR's Scott Horsley claims have been falling steadily as the job market improves. But as of early May, nearly 16 million Americans were still relying on some form of jobless assistance. Includes nearly 12 million people enrolled in emergency pandemic programs, which were set to expire in early September. Nearly two dozen states announced plans to end those benefits sooner, some in just over two weeks. Republican governors, no States argue the benefits are discouraging people from looking for work. It's NPR. Live from KQED News. I'm Raquel Maria Dylan law enforcement officials are sending more resource is to help the investigation of one of the worst mass shootings in Bay Area history. Gunman in San Jose, killed nine Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority workers and then killed himself yesterday. KQED is Julie Chang has more on the investigation. Officials say an explosives detection dog alerted them of a possible explosive at the crime scene. As a result, the sheriff's office activated its bomb squad. A beauty. Russell Davis with the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office says Getting a bomb robot to scan the entire area will be a time consuming process as it's a sizable crime scene. I'll tell you it's going to take a long time. To render these areas safe. They have to go through every room and every building to ensure that everything is safe. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives deploy five additional canines to assist with the investigation. I'm Julie Chang KQED news. While authorities have yet to name him. Officially, multiple news organizations have identified 57 year old Samuel Cassidy as the gunman. Cassidy was a technician who worked at the Vita. Just before the shooting. Firefighters responded to a two alarm fire at a home in San Jose, owned by Cassidy. Federal law enforcement agents say they found ammunition inside the home. The victims of the shooting have been identified as 49 year old Alex Fritsch, 42 year old Palm Aguila. 36 year old health top judge Deep Singh 29 year old Adrien by ASA 35 Year old Jose The histories have Nanda is the 3rd 49 year old Timothy Rome. Oh, 40, year old Michael Joseph Joseph Rhythm Etkin. 63 year old Abdelwahab, Olive Mandan and 63 Year old Lars Kepler Lane. I'm Richelle, Maria Dylan KQED news and Coming up on morning Edition. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks.
Naomi Osaka routs American Jennifer Brady to win Australian Open, fourth Grand Slam title
"Naomi Osaka made quick work of American Jennifer Brady to claim her fourth career Grand Slam title. It's her second and Melbourne 6463. The 23 year old joins Monica Salis and Roger Federer as the only players to win their first four Grand Slam finals. Sock is now 12 and no. One she reaches the quarter finals of a major. The wind will move the former number one player in the world back up to number two in the world rankings. Brady settles for runner up But the 25 Year old is the first former college player to reach a Grand Slam finals since
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Issues Disaster Declaration Due To Extreme Cold, Snow And Ice
"SALIS County Judge Clay Jenkins has declared an emergency for Dallas County has power outages have left the lot of people in the cold, Jenkins says. The outages of cons to challenge when it comes to opening shelters to keep people warm. We're dealing with a cast dating set of problems here. For instance, the rec centers the libraries that we could normally open in the areas where people are cold are without power. The city of Dallas has opened an emergency warming center at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. It's located it 6 50 South Griffin Street downtown. The warming center is in Exhibit Hall, a
Driver Charged With Murder After Apparent Belmont Road Rage Confrontation, Boston
"Against the Hudson Man Man in in connection connection with with the the deadly deadly crash crash in in Belmont. Belmont. The The Middlesex Middlesex D. D. A A s s office, office, says says Dean, Dean, Capt. Capt. Salis Salis wil wil face face additional additional charges charges of of murder murder and and leaving leaving the the scene scene causing causing death death in in connection connection with with the the killing killing of of Henry Henry Tapia following a virtual arraignment today in Cambridge District Court caps. Alice was ordered to be held without bail in order to have no contact with the victim's family or witnesses. The case the defendant doing quote again on March 1st. The
Vigil Held For Man Killed In Apparent Road Rage Incident In Belmont, Boston
"Tonight, The community came together for a vigil on during the man killed back on Tuesday in a road rage incident. A group of about 100 people were seen in the streets, holding candles and signs saying no justice, no peace. Dean kept Salis. The suspect in this incident has been held pending a dangerousness hearing. He allegedly killed Henry top eah, prosecutors say this happened after they got in a fight kept. Salis apparently yelled a racial slur at Toppy a before running him down with his truck and dragging him several
"salis" Discussed on WTVN
"Is a device that performs a simple task in a complicated way, like a ball rolls and hits into some dominoes, which then knocks over a vase And usually at the end of the sequence. It performs an important task. So just turning the page in a newspaper. In 2007, a serial murderer emerged inspired by these machines called the Roof Deck Killer. This just in Sierra Blanca, Texas, 37 year old Lorena Salis found dead in her home. In the late hours of the evening, The roof deck killer murdered two other people in Sierra Blanca, Texas, and then vanished never to be seen again since then. Authorities have written off the murders as cartel violence spilling over from Mexico. But I didn't buy that story. Lorena Salas was my aunt. And I just know that isn't the truth. Yeah. On the heads of Sierra Blanca. I will take you in real time on my journey to find out what really happened to myself. Traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products. Let's see how Johnny he was doing this morning. What's up, man? Justin, my first cup of coffee? Oh, you know the traffic too Well, that you two Okay. 2 70 North bound looking at an accident just before west. Broad streets are left lane of being blocked as medics were not seen little earlier checking on injuries. Looks like they tried to reopen that left lane when I'd stay to the right as you come in north out of growth City along the outer belt. Traffic delays downtown remain very minor in all four directions, and it looks like the roads are still dry..
Seattle police chief says protesters targeted her home, urges city council to ‘stand up for what is right’
"Including Salis. Now the chief of police in Seattle's urging the City Council to tell protesters toe stop visiting the homes of elected officials and others during debates over reducing funding for police. Chief Carmen Best, wrote a letter to the council after protesters showed up at her home over the weekend. Best said council members needed forcefully called for the end of the tactics. Protesters recently appeared outside the homes of Mayor Jenny Durkan and some people on the city council is demonstrations continued following the police of The police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Authorities assuring best her family and
Federal judge speaks out after gunman killed son and wounded husband
"Weeks after a gunman shot and killed the son of a federal judge in new. Jersey wounded her husband that judge is now speaking out of the powerful and heartbreaking video statement and Thompson has her story. The weekend was glorious when. It was filled with love and laughter and smiles. Painfully angrily federal. Judge. Esther. Salis describes the weekend she and her husband Mark Andrew celebrated their son Daniel's twentieth birthday and lost him. and. Daniel. Said Mom, let's keep talking I. Love Talking to you. and. It was that exact moment. At the doorbell rang. And then looked at me and said Chris that. And before I could say a word. Sprinted upstairs. Within seconds. I heard the sound of bullets. And someone screaming no. Daniel Being Daniel. Protected his father. And he took tutors. First Bullet Directly to. The. Test. The monster than turns attention to my husband. And began to shoot at my husband. One, shot after another. Mark was shot three times. Salis. Reveals the Shooter Attorney Roy. Den Hollander who appeared in her court had a dossier on her family from where they live to where they worship personal information about judges she says should be private while my husband is still in the hospital recovering from his multiple surgeries. We are living every parent's worst nightmare. Making preparations. To Berry Berry. Our only child? A, plea to prevent a repeat of the tragedy that's broken her heart. This is a matter of life and death.
New York - New Jersey Judge Decries Shooting That Killed Son, Injured Husband
"Of the story of that federal judge whose son was killed and whose husband was shot at their New Jersey home last month, calling for greater privacy protections for judges her first comments since the tragic shooting in a video posted on YouTube, U S District Court Judge Esther Salis, saying that the gunman came to her home too easily obtaining her personal information, including the address Her emotional comments come two weeks after a man wearing a FedEx uniforms. Open fire at her home in North Brunswick, New Jersey, The gunman was a men's rights attorney who had argued a case before Judge Salis her hey killed her only child, the couple's 20 year old son, Daniel, critically wounding her husband. Her remarks run about nine minutes. Here is a portion Well, my husband is still in the hospital, recovering from his multiple surgeries. We're living every parent's worst nightmare, making preparations to bury Bury our only child. My family has experienced A pain that no one should ever have to endure. And I am here, asking everyone to help me assure that no one ever has to experience this kind of pain way may not be able to stop something like this from happening again. But we can make it hard. For those who target us to track us down and the emotional comments of Judge Esther Salis on the death of her son at the hands of a gunman who later killed himself.
"salis" Discussed on WTOP
"The order lasts through September 1st in Virginia. The governor is trying to protect folks from eviction. Ralph Northam is once again asking the state's high court to delay hearings that could leave thousands of people homeless during the pandemic. He's asking the state's chief justice to suspend eviction proceedings till September 7th. Northam says the extra time will give at risk renters some relief. It'll also give his administration a chance to develop a legislative package on eviction prevention back to Maryland now, where Larry Hogan says more than half the state's residents have already completed the 2020 census, But he wants everyone counted. And there are billions of reasons why in English it's time for the 2020 cents is in Spanish in Korean Maryland's doing multi lingual outreach to make sure that residents fill out the 2020 census. The data provided is the basis of as much as $16 billion in funding for Maryland in a single year. The count goes on. Even during the Corona virus pandemic. US Census takers are going door to door. They'll wear masks show a photo ID and conduct the survey while maintaining physical distance. The deadline for the count October 31st Take Ryan. W. T o P. NEWS it's 3 14 for anyone who watched a TV host Regis Philbin. This will not be surprise. The late morning show and who wants to be a millionaire star has been buried at his beloved alma mater, Notre Dame. School spokesman says Philbin was buried Wednesday at Cedar Grove Cemetery on the northern stretch of the school's Indiana campus. Philbin graduated there in 1953 meantime, of favorite haunt in DuPont Circle is staying at its longtime home, at least for the next several years. Kramer books, and it's Afterwards Cafe plans to keep the Connecticut Avenue location for at least three years. Owner Steve Salis thought he might have to move because he was locked in a dispute over renovations with the landlord. But the Washington Post reports Salis fears were partly allayed after an outpouring of support from loyal customers. Some of whom may have been going there for all of its 44 years in business. Let's see what's happening on Wall Street today. Hello, Jeff Kalabaw. Hello, Hillary Howard. The Dow has cut its losses down just 63 points. He hasn't be 500 index is now up for money news in 10 minutes on double GOP sports.
Congressman Louie Gohmert tests positive for coronavirus
"A conservative Texas Republican was frequently refused to wear a mask has tested positive for the krone virus. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Congressman Louis Gohmert learned the news as part of routine screening at the White House today. Louie Gohmert was set to go to West Texas with the president but tested positive. Before the trip. He returned to the capital and from his office, told Texas NBC affiliate K. K. He was tested twice and was positive both times. I don't know where it came from. There. May I have it Go. Mart attended Tuesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing for Attorney General William Bar and he was not wearing a mask. A Justice Department spokeswoman has said bar would be tested for the virus. The committee is working with the attending physician to Congress on next steps for others who've been exposed. Gomer also attended another House hearing on Tuesday cloudy salis NPR NEWS.
"salis" Discussed on WJR 760
"Is now looking at not only sending additional federal resource is here to the city of Portland, but also to other cities, primarily those that are run by Democrats. New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Detroit, Baltimore as well as Oakland, California, although it's worth noting that none of those cities have seen any indication of widespread destruction, and that his is his personal opinion, ST. Louis top prosecutor was charged a couple with felony assault. For weapons for displaying guns during a protest outside their mansion. The charge is felony unlawful use of a weapon. For displaying their guns outside of their swank home. Mark and Patricia Mcclosky or both personal injury attorneys. They also face a misdemeanor charge of assault on attorney who was found dead carried out a shooting that occurred at the home of a federal judge Esther Salis in New Jersey. Salis. His son was killed and her husband wounded at their home in New Brunswick, New Jersey, Roy den Hollander was the lawyer who once argued a case before Salis. According to court records. He wasn't about anti feminist police say it appears he shot and killed himself. Weekend violence in Detroit seven homicides 33 shootings. A Detroit police officer, Corporal Daniel de Bono, is charged with three counts of felony assault for the shooting with rubber bullets off three photojournalists. During one of the anti police protests in May. The world Market Update sponsored by Mother Waddles. DONATE Your car to Mother waddles helped the poorest of the poor. Call 313 Wattles. China. Tokyo London are all up. The Dow future is looking good. They are up 239 points. Or W. J. R News..
"salis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"To keep protesters away from their home in a gated community back in June. ST Louis Circuit attorney Kim Gardener says that constitutes illegal use of a firearm. But Missouri's governor like Parson, disagrees, telling Fox's Hannity they had every right to protect their property. Their home just like any of us would And if you had a mob coming towards us Whether they poured it down the gate or not. When they come on your property, they don't have a right to do that. An aggressive manner Militar. Parsons calls it a political prosecution. Mark McCloskey on Fox's Tucker Carlson. Tonight's resolute I'm not going to be bullied, and I'm not going to be intimidated. I left. The mob uses social intimidation and threats to get people to knuckle under and apologize for doing what's right and we're not going to apologize for doing what's right. We're not gonna back down, you're not going to move. An attorney found dead in New York State on Monday, now thought to be responsible for Sunday's shooting. The targeted a federal judge in New Jersey. A tweet from the FBI reveals that a man found dead in New York was the primary subject in the incident that killed Judge Esther Salis his son and wounded her husband. A man is identified as Roy den Hollander and he is dead. Investigators don't specify how he died, but reports indicated it may have been self inflicted. Ah, man dressed as a delivery driver came to the judge's home Sunday night and fired shots when the door was answered. Judge Salis is only son Daniel and Earl was shot and killed. Mark and rolled. The judge's husband suffered several gunshot wounds. GURNAL Scott Fox new attorney, Michael Colin, asking a federal judge to release him from prison, his Corona virus related furlough recently revoked after he was spotted dining at Manhattan restaurants when he was supposed to be confined at home. In the lawsuit, Cohen's claims Civil lawsuit. Cohen claims he's a victim of retaliation.
"salis" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Toll free number is 8 55 4 53 That's 8554503733 with you in the studio tonight. It's myself, the captain and nobody And we have been talking about this headline from ABC News suspects on dead after Judge Esther Salis son shot and killed And husband injured at their New Jersey home just as a recap for those just tuning in the suspect in the fatal shooting of a federal judge's son, who is an attorney. That had a previous case in front of the judge has been found dead, law enforcement sources told ABC News of the Son of Judge Esther Sallis was shot and killed and her husband shot and injured in an attack. At the family's New Jersey home on Sunday night. The suspect, White man who were a face covering anesthetics uniform, law enforcement sources told ABC News and they use an ordinary car to make the getaway. The suspect has been identified as Roy Dan Hollander, a Manhattan lawyer, self described anti feminist. Multiple law enforcement sources briefed on the case told ABC News and the FBI has confirmed We were talking about the fact that his body was discovered in a car by a municipal employees in Rockland, New York, So I don't know how far that is from wherever he was in Jersey, But Apparently self inflicted gunshot wound, and he had a FedEx package addressed to judge zealous with him and we were discussing, you know was that a prop? Was there something in the package and we didn't get much further than You know, speculating on you know whether the package was a prop. We talked about that a bit. But do you think something was in the package? Like if he had a a thing he was trying to, you know, get some sort of revenge. Or, you know if it was a vindictive killing, you know, kind of a thing like would he? Is there a bomb in the box or something like that, you know? Could be my best guess would be. It's going to be an empty box. But then again, you know that's that's also guessing from the idea that this played out like an ordinary crime, But you know, this could also be on Epstein blackmail case in which case you don't expect anybody to make sense and picking somebody who actually knew the judge would then be just a ah way of Of introducing confusion, right right. A red herring so You know, it's it's very hard to say from a distance, the Fenix spokesman Jim Mass, Elek said in a statement. We are aware of the media reports are fully cooperating with the investigating authorities. About 5 p.m. On Sunday, the gunman knocked at the door to the family's North Brunswick home. Daniel answered the door and was shot first before his father was also shot. He was shot through the heart, Womack said of Daniel, who was a student at the Catholic University in Washington, D. C. Daniel was a rising junior enrolled for classes beginning in the next few weeks. Hey, turned 20 last week. We all mourn and grieve this loss to our university community, said the university president, John Garvey. Salis. What did these people know about Hillary Clinton? That's not class. Have they ever had dinner with the Clintons? Only don't know if they've been picking their toes and Poughkeepsie. Judge Salis had received threats in the past, sources said Authorities are investigating whether there's any connection between those prior threats in the shooting or whether it was possibly involved. Or whether it possibly involve the husband's work as a criminal defense attorney So it may not be the target, but it may be the husband who is a criminal defense attorney, So it's too soon to judge Too soon to judge that mirror Judges. Yeah, you know, I'm not judging as a judge could she had threats from time to time, But everyone is saying that recently there had not been any, said Mayor Womack, who is personal friends with the judge and her husband. In 2015. If you're going to be a politician, you got to be connected. Yeah. In 2015 a case before solace, Dan Hollander represented a woman who wanted to register for the military draft. He was replaced last June as the woman's lawyer before the case was fully resolved. The court docket did not indicate a reason for his replacement, and the woman's parent attorney could not be reached. So they're speculating here about What a time might be done. Den Hollander had previously sued Manhattan nightclubs for favoring women by offering ladies night discounts and sued the federal government over laws that protect women from violence. Interesting. Okay, I did. I would have to say that ladies night says benefits for both sides. I certainly enjoyed it. Every I mean, Hey, drunk chicks. I love maybe was gay. Um, you know, I mean, It depends on the perspective on what happened. And you know all that kind of a thing. I don't know enough about this guy or why he might sue for those things. But hey, also sued Columbia University for offering women's studies courses. Accusing the school of using government aid to teach quote religionists belief system called feminism, unquote. You know, I don't know if I disagree. The feminism is kind of a religionists. Belief system. The actual statements, you know? Well, animal farm had two legs bad. Ah, two legs bad. Four legs. Good is what the cheap all chanted on Animal farm. Have you read it? By George Orwell. I have not read it. I've skimmed. You know, bits and pieces of it. Hold choice, quotes out of it, of course, But I have not read the whole thing now highly recommended, or there's a They did it as a cartoon. Believe it or not, which was very good. But, you know, maybe there is a certain amount of if you will to legs. Good. Three legs bad in the feminist. Move just well, I think that I didn't read it because When I was in middle school, I did. A play was one of these like summer theater productions that was sponsored by the school, and it was it was called. In 1984. It was about George Hill's book 94. I was I was a thought Policemen in the production. It was in a production of the book. Or was it about the book? It was a production Okay, a musical no less. And so we got to send. War is peace. Ignorance is strength and slavery is freedom, which is available on the clouds like a good It sounds like a good imitation of Soviet era music, too. Yeah, very much was it was like the music instructor. I'm turn. Remember her name right now. But she played this really like ominous sounding Just piano that Dun Dun dun Dun dun, you know, kind of behind the singing, and it was very much a chant more so than it was like us doing like three part harmonies and, like choir style or anything like that. It was. It was interesting, and I think that you know, early on. That was my first exposure to like the predictions of George Orwell and his writings and that kind of a thing. And so I think that that kind of threw me for a loop and I was like You know, I already participated in a production of one of his books. I don't you know, I think I've you know, been a part of the best of his work or something. I had some sort of biased towards it. So when NFL Animal Farm crossed my view, I was saying I don't read that and so I skipped over it. Yeah. One stage play, though, could never get in the intellectual complexity of 1984 indeed, definitely worth reading it. Or at least watching a.
"salis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Next with the Corona virus, 7 10 W. O R Voice of New York and I heart radio stations. It is 91 degrees at six o'clock that evening. I'm Lisa G officials are now identifying Ron Den Hollander is a suspect in the shooting. A judge Esther Salis, is home in New Brunswick, where her son was fatally shot and husband injured. Authorities say Hollander was found dead by a self inflicted gunshot wound in Rockland County. They say he might also be connected to the killing of an attorney in California. The Heat index is around 100 degrees in New York City today buried the blahs. You said, Take the heat seriously. The city has opened up cooling centers. Governor Cuomo is threatening to roll back the re opening of bars and restaurants to help prevent a potential surge of Corona virus cases, especially after videos of young people have been circulating of them drinking in the streets and queens. We cannot allow those congregations to continue. If it happens, I'll tell you what's going to happen. We're going to have to roll back the opening plan, and we're gonna have to close bars and restaurants face for did get underway Today. Azouz and Botanical Gardens are back open with restrictions. No indoor drinking is allowed. Also, gyms and movie theaters and malls are still closed News about school from New Jersey Governor Murphy says parents can up students and toe all remote learning for fall with details coming later this week. He also said contact Drills, practices and competition will be allowed for high risk sports starting today, and the Giants and.
"salis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Salis is most high profile cases included that of reality TV personality Teresa Giudice and her husband, whom she sentence for tax evasion and had been presiding over a lawsuit against Deutsche Bank for, among other things, not monitoring the money of Jeffrey Epstein, Evan Brown, Fox News president, Trump says he will not try to impose a federal mask mandate to helps out the Corona virus spread. The surgeon general, Dr Jerome Adam says he agrees. If you're going to have a federal mandate, you have to have a federal enforcement mechanism and right now again as a scientist of an educator, I would rather help people understand why they should cooperate with wearing a mask and how they benefit from it First. Just simply thing we're going to force you to do it. Dr Adams there on Fox and Friends. A whistleblower who filed a complaint about Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is reportedly blocked from escalating the grievance internally. Citing a heavily redacted complaint, The New York Times reports a whistleblower tried to escalate concerns about the secretary of state within the department. It was stonewalled by top officials in the legal office. The complaint alleges misuse of taxpayer money by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his wife, former Inspector general Steve Linen, was investigating the claim and one other concerning arms sales to Saudi Arabia before he was fired. Three Congressional committees are investigating. Lennox firing Rachel Sutherland Fox is being called the Strike for Black lives. Tens of thousands of low wage workers around the country protesting racism, some walking out for eight minutes 46 seconds today as long as a police officer kneeled on George Floyd's neck before his death in Minnesota..
"salis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"This is the Trump Administration works a block state funding for testing and contact tracing. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says Democrats are going to do everything they can to make sure the CDC is fully funded. The administration's talking about the Republican McConnell is talking about cutting it. That would be cutting your nose. Despite your face. We need the CDC to help us fight coping. Also, this you expanded unemployment benefits and eviction protections set to expire at the end of the month. Rachel Sutherland, Fox's 20 year old son of a federal judge, is shot and killed at their home in New Jersey by a man dressed as a delivery driver. Judge Esther Salis husband is also shot in critical condition. Several police officers are hurt in Seattle. What appear to be peaceful protests quickly turning violent writer's taking to the streets breaking windows. They also clashed with police throwing rocks and bottles at officer The group managing a police precinct. Police say writer's through a device into the precinct lobby, igniting a small fire and was quickly extinguished. No injuries were reported. Meanwhile, Portland hit with its 53rd straight night of protesters, demonstrators surrounding a federal courthouse after another violent weekend of clashes between federal officers. President Trump is defending sending those officers to Portland. The city's mayor wants him gone and the head of the city's police union, urging riders to stop demanding a discussion on solutions. Boxes. Jackie Banias. Tens of thousands of mostly low wage workers plan to strike around the country today is part of the black lives matter Protests America's.
"salis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"It happened at Judge Esther Salis is home in North Brunswick. A man dresses, a FedEx driver, killing the 20 year old son, critically wounding the judge's husband. She's not hurt Salis, his neighbor, Marion Costanza, tells reporters. We loved him very, very much. That's all. I can say. We loved him very, very much when you think of them, and I think they would do anything for anyone. FBI and local police are investigating. Not noted Judge Dallas was the target of the attack. She has gotten threats before her husband, Mark is a defense attorney. Another 62,000 Corona virus cases are confirmed in the US With new Daily Highs reported in Kentucky, Louisiana, Oregon in South Carolina, President Trump says again, it'll all go away. Eventually on Fox News Sunday, the president acknowledged rising covert numbers but said testing is the reason we see that with the best testing of the world, If we didn't test you wouldn't be able to show that Chart we tested have as much as numbers would be down. Also in this election year, the president says presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden isn't competent. They asked him questions. He reads a teleprompter. And then he goes back into his basement, You tell, made the American people want to have that. But president also doubled down on opening schools, threatening to pull funding from jurisdictions that don't open Colonel Scott Fox News. Starting today, all Wal Mart shoppers have to wear masks, no matter what the local regulations say. The retail giant joins a growing list of store change, demanding masks on customers like CVS and Walgreens, which both begin mass policies today as well. Wal Mart says it's all being done in accordance with CDC guidelines as more states sea surges in the number of corona.
"salis" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"It happened at Judge Esther Salis is home in North Brunswick. A man dresses, a FedEx driver, killing the 20 year old son, critically wounding the judge's husband. She's not hurt. Sallis neighbor, Mary Ann Constanza tells reporters. We loved him very, very much. That's all I can say. They loved him very, very much and we'll do anything for them and I think they would do anything for anyone. FBI and local police are investigating. It's not known if Judge Dallas was the target of the attack. She has gotten threats before her husband, Mark is a defense attorney. Another 62,000 Corona virus cases heir confirmed in the US with new daily highs reported in Kentucky, Louisiana, Oregon and South Carolina. President Trump says again, It'll all go away. Eventually on Fox News Sunday, the president acknowledged rising covert numbers, but said testing is the reason we see that with the best testing of the world that we didn't test, you wouldn't be able to show that Chart If we tested have as much those numbers would be down. Also in this election year, the president says presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden isn't competent. They asked him questions. He reads a teleprompter, and then he goes back into his basement. You tell me, the American people want to have that the president also doubled down on opening schools, threatening to pull funding from jurisdictions that don't open. Colonel Scott Fox News. Starting today, all Wal Mart shoppers have to wear masks, no matter what the local regulations say. The retail giant joins a growing list of store change, demanding masks on customers like CVS and Walgreens, which both begin mask policies today as well. Wal Mart says it's all being done in accordance with CDC guidelines as more states sea surges in the number of corona virus cases. The rule also applies to WalMart owned Sam's Club Warehouse stores. Fox's Evan Brown takeover in the energy business. Chevron by Noble in a $5 billion all stock deal. America's listing.
Son Of US District Judge Esther Salas Killed, Husband Shot At New Jersey Home, Officials Say
"FedEx driver shoots the husband and son of a federal judge in North Brunswick, New Jersey, Honorable Esther Salis is the first Latina in New Jersey to serve on a federal bench. Apparently she was not hurt. Maybe sees Lucy Yang says her 20 year old son died her husband stable after surgery. Federal agents investigating FedEx is cooperating Boss Angeles Mayor
"salis" Discussed on KOMO
"Investigators. They just Salis was in the basement at the time of the shooting, NBC's Ken Moten, mayor of Portland, Oregon, asking the White House to withdraw federal troops into a city. This's ABC News. Good morning. I'm Kelly Bleyer. With the top local stories from the coma. 24 7 News center protests turned violent in downtown Seattle Sunday night, about 300 protesters gathered at Westlake Center for an Abolish ice rally and then started marching downtown. Several businesses in the third and pine vicinity suffered property damage and looting. Windows were smashed out, and buildings were spray painted. These protesters also went to the West Precinct where they clash with police. They broke out several windows and through a device into the lobby that ignited a small fire. Two people were arrested there, and one officer was injured. And Portland continues to deal with violence in their city. They dismantled a new fence put up around the federal courthouse in downtown Portland Saturday night protesters on the east side where a riot was declared, said the Portland Police Association office on Fire. Other Kate Brown in Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler continued to demand federal officers brought in by the Trump administration leave. They say they are raising tensions. Now here's your coma traffic. From the coma Traffic center, the westbound at 90 offer him 256 Avenue's closed until 5 a.m. for roadwork. Meanwhile, highway to eastbound, the often on RAM said. Etienne ST be closed from six PM till 5:30 a.m. and flaggers alternating traffic through single open lane on highway too. From I'll post 5.9 to 12.7 until 9 a.m. as well. A single lane of Highway nine clothes from 84th to 108th until five roadwork. I'm having Smith come on 24 7 traffic. The co Moh forecast. It might be slightly uncomfortable for sleeping overnight is it's going to take time for the atmosphere to cool off this morning.
"salis" Discussed on KCRW
"Godfather spherical since it next to the stage at the judging table they're not judging quality but rather whether a pun is really a pun whether it meets the rules or whether the ponds been used before so a lot of us here and they are performers whose rex you your manager your publicist who's your agent you know it had its own category occurs with all the talent in this room to be some crazy rich Asians terms common Olsen holds up a banana the playoffs version of a yellow card or warning Amanda Salis had used to many of the same syllables from the original wording crazy rich Asians too many warnings the use of a topic that's already been said or running out of time gets you an apple the red card it means you can take a shot of whiskey or a shot of chocolate as the crowd cheers you off the stage Amanda Salas who's a TV reporter by day hunting queen by night made it to the end of the final round about please enter this category I think I'm gonna have to blades pizza it has been used already this this is just being able to take is working I just finished chemo three months ago so this really means a lot to me you know brain fog it's called chemo brain is one of the side effects of chemo and I was a little nervous coming out tonight because I want to really represent because I call myself under woman and so coming here tonight getting second place is going to tear up again it really it just showed me that you can do.
Nancy Pelosi Announces Formal Impeachment Inquiry of Trump
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi says the US house is elevating its impeachment inquiry of president trump and peers Claudia Salis has more on policies and Nelson Tuesday speaker Pelosi has long urged patience on the part of Democrats eager to impeach president trump then came word he may have pressured the Ukrainian president to investigate twenty twenty presidential candidate Joe Biden and his son therefore today I am announcing the house of representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry hello she said she's directing six house committees involved in the impeachment probe to work together Democrats say the move signals are caucuses increasingly on the same page in its investigation elevates the priority of their probe hello she said the president must be held accountable and no one is above the law cloudy Seles NPR news the capitol president trump is calling the inquiry of witch hunt
"salis" Discussed on KTRH
"Had this technology as well as in Belgium in they're really a model for what happened there because they joined forces with civilians and university, and as well as scientists to try to investigate these phenomenon, of course, you and all over the world and just a month before ours. But they had the same exact phenomenon including the orbs and the craft same craft. If you look at the gap page judge is faced automation project one of the crafts there blew me away because of civilian had taken video of the same exact crap different craft in Saint Petersburg one month before signing, so they're worldwide. So that that that has to be established. But it's not just in the south west. But there have been many reports of these orbs showing up around nuclear bases around nuclear facilities here in Arizona as well. As of course, we know thirty years before armez there was actually an incident in Montana with Robert salis at a. Nuclear silo, where are these phenomenon we're seeing so they do have some interest. So interesting you brought up that that that question. But you know, this really that's been Ominami that happened on March thirteenth, and again, it was happening for weeks before and obviously years before because in the pictures, if you go to the pictures that I took in ninety five the same exact phenomena isn't the same exact location in the distance as two months before the math fighting and during the mass, I think so there they've been around for a while. So and they are worldwide. So I don't know as far as the connection to the nuclear facilities. If there's you know as far as the mass citing goes, I don't know that that was was the reason that it's a plays or or had a connection there. But there is a connection with these orbs because they've been documented. For decades over a nuclear facilities. There is some kind of connection there. Lynn, we're gonna come back in just a moment and take final phone calls. Lind's website. The Phoenix lights dot net linked up at coast to coast AM dot com. Sign up now for coast zone are free Email newsletter today at coast to coast AM dot com..
"salis" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"He had one hundred sixteen catches or whatever it is. Listen, the majority of his catches were little flair passes out of the backfield shovel passes reverses and things like that. He's an incredible player. I love Christian McCaffrey. Okay. We had them we interviewed him. He's a he's a great kid. But as far as you talking about offense, a player of the years drew Brees man, and what he's been able to do and secure and that number one that that homefield advantage throughout the playoffs. I think that's pretty sweet man and drew Brees. But we you know, we agree to disagree. Not going to deny drew Brees had a great year. But drew Brees always has great years. Always puts a big numbers, Christian, McCaffrey salis. No, I would say Patrick Mahomes. Well, but he's the he's gonna go to go to it as well. We buy we're gonna MVP. I mean to me the reason that you don't give it to batch Mahomes because Patrick Mahomes, clearly is the MVP of the league. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it should be unanimous unanimous, not even close. We no one else. I mean he had fifty touchdown passes. No, it's incredible. What he's been much down. Bassus? Andrew luck was second with thirty nine eleven more touchdown passes than the next guy. Ridiculous. How Grady was only twelve interceptions to Ronnie that to me. There's not even an argument in terms of Patrick Mahomes being a league MVP argument. That's why I say it should be unanimous. I voted for him. I think he is truly the real deal. And what impresses me the most about him is his humility because he's very complementary to his teammates. He doesn't talk about himself like that. And he's all about winning love the kid MVP. Absolutely. No question league MVP has to go to Patrick Mahomes. We always agree to disagree Rodney. So we love about this show. There's no question about right? And you're wrong. Well, we'll see about Freddie kitchens. What way that's the big watch him. Go thirteen to three next year. Nobby love, Freddie. My words. Yeah. Exactly. Right. All right. The all pro team a little bit harder. Because you know, what there's the problem of the NFL when it comes to the all pro team a lot of it's based on reputation. We don't based on reputation. We hear base it on results next on the safety blitz. Rodney Harrison Dan Schwartzman on NBC sports radio. Taking a break. Hurry up and do all your areas.