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"sandy field" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"ABC News I'm Daria Aldinger. A new video from President Trump with fresh condemnation about last week's attack on the capital, no true supporter of mine could ever threaten or harass their fellow Americans. If you do any of these things you are not supporting our movement. You're attacking it, and you are attacking our country. But he does not mention what happened to him today. Mr Trump is now the on Lee, The For he's now the first U. S president to be impeached for a second time in a bipartisan way. The House Demonstrated that no one is above the law. Speaker Nancy Pelosi in a ceremony which followed the 232 to 197 vote in favor of a single article of impeachment. Inciting insurrection. 10 Republicans joining the Democrats in voting Yes. Senate trial is next, but when it will be held is still in question we do know is that a Senate trial would likely and is likely to dominate the early days of the new presidency. That presents a challenge for Democrats and especially for Joe Biden, who wants to try and unite and heal the nation. But of course, wants to hold President Trump accountable. At the same time, A B C's Mary Bruce, many Democrats are demanding an investigation into why so many people were given Capitol tours the day before the attack. Several Democrats think the cabin Will attack may have been in part and inside job. They witnessed massive tours of people seeing the capital layout just the day before the attack. Some Democrats so alarm they reported them to the sergeant at arms because they had restricted or eliminated tours during Cove. It those Democrats demanding an investigation to find who let those people in and if they were doing research for the next day's attack. ABC Sandy Field over a dozen states sending more than 7000 National Guard members to D. C. Where security is being stepped up ahead of President elect Biden's inauguration. You're listening.
"sandy field" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Cove in 19 vaccine, with more than three dozen people given Regeneron instead. How it happened is the big question. The West Virginia National Guard confirms 42 people who are supposed to receive Madonna's covert 19 vaccine were instead given Regeneron's monoclonal antibody treatment. Medical experts with the Joint Interagency Task Force said they do not believe there's any risk of harm to the individual. Pulls. The CDC recommends that vaccination should be deferred for at least 90 days as a precautionary measure for people who receive monoclonal antibodies as part of covert 19 treatment. But the West Virginia National Guard tells ABC NEWS all 42 individuals are being offered the vaccine today. Elizabeth Halsey ABC NEWS Washington U. S Surgeon general Jerome Adams tweeting this morning that his wife, Lacey, has been admitted to a hospital because of complications with her cancer treatment. ABC. Sandy Field has more surgeon general Jerome Adams tweeting He is not allowed to see. His wife in the hospital who's getting treatment for cancer complications. He says he hopes she won't spend New Year's in the hallway because beds are full and that what you do matters even beyond covert, urging Americans to wear a mask and help and the rising number of deaths. Millions of Americans remain out of work in this pandemic. The Labor Department reporting another 787,000 Americans filed for first time jobless claims last week adding to the economic pain Coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths still reaching record numbers in the U. S more than 3700. Americans died yesterday, the highest since the outbreak began. California marking the grim marker of 25,000 deaths. At ST across that number behind New York in Texas around the world countries.
Surgeon general makes personal COVID-19 plea as wife enters hospital for cancer treatment complications
"U. S Surgeon general Jerome Adams tweeting this morning that his wife, Lacey, has been admitted to a hospital because of complications with her cancer treatment. ABC. Sandy Field has more surgeon general Jerome Adams tweeting. He is not allowed to see his wife in the hospital who's getting treatment for Answer complications. He says He hopes she won't spend New Year's in the hallway because beds are full and that what you do matters even beyond Cove. It urging Americans to wear a mask and help and the rising number of
"sandy field" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"And insights to help you find answers get started at Merrill edge dot com slash within breach. Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith incorporated registered broker dealer member s I P. C. The United States House has approved a $2000 stimulus check the president demanded over the weekend while he delayed signing the cove in 19 relief bill with just $600 per person. ABC. Sandy Field tells us It's not clear if the Senate will do the same All but two House Democrats voted yes for the $2000.1 time covert relief check on Lee 44. Republicans did the same more than 130, members of the president's own party, said no to his request. The Republican controlled Senate hasn't said if it will even vote on the extra stimulus money. It took months of negotiations to get Republicans to agree to the $600 the past. They on the Democratic controlled House has veto just moments ago to our excuse me voted that is to override President Trump's veto of a defense policy bill. If approved by the Senate, the override would be the first of Trump's presidency. President Trump rejected the defense bill last week in part, saying it failed to limit social media companies. The death toll due to Cove in 19 in Illinois has breached 16,000. Over 942,000 have been infected in the state. 105 more deaths today reported by Illinois health officials. There were 4453 new cases of covert 19. Update comes as CVS and Walgreens started inoculating workers and residents in long term care facilities. WLS news Time is 6 33..
Trump pardons 29, including Manafort, Stone, Charles Kushner
"Churn, hardens or sentence commutations for another 29 individuals on Wednesday, many of them loyalists and supporters. These were friends and family pardons. The president pardoning his son in law. Jared Kushner is Father Charles for tax and witness tampering convictions, a case prosecuted by former Trump outside adviser Chris Christie. Mr Trump also lifting the Mueller investigation, federal crime convictions and shadow off two more loyalists convicted former campaign chair Paul Manafort and Roger Stone. Many other pardons issued at the request of other Trump loyalists, ABC Sandy Field and you can expect still Mork clemency actions. President Trump is going to have more pardons in the coming weeks. Our sources tell NBC News that we do not leave. More pardon will come from now until the end of the year. But as everyone cost, but you never know with Donald Trump. But going into the beginning of 2021 Donald Trump has 20 games left in office, and we know from our sources is pardoned list is massive. ABC is John Santucci, inviting a congressional override the
States report confusion as government reduces vaccine shipments
"That they will not get the amount of Fizer Corona virus vaccine that they expected. However, ABC Sandy Fields says those numbers were estimated months ago before the FDA gave emergency authorization. U. S government officials saying that states will receive another two million Fizer vaccine doses next week. But that's nearly a million less than they expected. Washington State Governor Jay Inslee saying that's disruptive and frustrating, but operation warp speed, officials say they're sending all they have based on population and they're still on track to deliver 20 million doses by the end of the year, which would include the Moderna vaccine expected to get the OK Hey this week, and an independent
"sandy field" Discussed on KOMO
"They're two vaccines and late stage development. One from Visor. The other from Moderna seeking emergency use authorization Iran's top nuclear scientists was assassinated Friday, complicating negotiations for nuclear treaty with the U. S. And just ahead of the incoming Biden administration run says its most senior nuclear scientist has been assassinated near the capital Tehran. Iranian officials say must. In fact, Rosana was ambushed in his car by what they call armed terrorists, spraying the windshield with bullets. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital. He's the man Western, intelligent thing was behind the country's covert nuclear weapons program. Iran's Foreign minister, Javad Zarif, has called the killing and active state terror, accusing Israel of being behind it. Or neither Israel nor the Pentagon is commenting. ABC is James Long men. The Trump Administration continues to dismantle parts of the Pentagon, including the 13 member Defense Policy Board for Secretaries of state. Henry Kissinger and Madeleine Albright are some of the top well known defense policy board members who were removed. That group also included former Republican congressman Eric Cantor. In all the Trump administration, telling 11 of the 13 member defense advisory team. Their advice is no longer needed. The Pentagon not confirming the names other than To say they are replacing members and thank them for their service. ABC Sandy Field. This is ABC News. Ready to create your own income with your own home based business where there's no such thing is getting laid off. If a billionaire entrepreneur spent five years and $20 million searching for the next big trend, wouldn't you want.
"sandy field" Discussed on KOMO
"Line in Bellevue in 22 minutes and from renting to Redmond in just 23. You're next traffic reports. 7 44 Tammy Bennett with Cuomo News. Your forecast with almost there is on your Thanksgiving days looking mostly cloudy. Few patchy areas of bristle out there today. Temperatures upper forties to lower fifties during the day. Tomorrow we go partly sunny and dry on Friday. He showers creep in on Saturday. Then we go back to partly sunny on Sunday, all those days in the upper forties to lower fifties in the couple of the center third son come on news and right now Eastern Washington. We've got smoke and checking in with cloudy skies and fog and 34 degrees on the coast Forks, Clouds and 39. Boeing Field 44. Cloudy at 7 35. Well, 2020 is been a tough year for musicians and bands there, of course not allowed to tour because of the pandemic. Some are keeping active by recording with a smartphone ABC Sandy Field spoke with one of them by Zoom. Of course, you're about to hear one of the most famous trumpet players on the planet. Now, if he doesn't sound familiar, it's because you're used to hearing him with a group of other guys. And when you put his horn together with the rest of them, it sounds like this sound was working down the street One day way. Lock Main is one of the group Chicago's founding musicians, and he can't remember a time in the last half century when he and the band were not touring the country. First summer. We have not been on the road in 50 years, 54 years, you know, so we're chomping at.
"sandy field" Discussed on WRVA
"People traveling through airports yesterday, the T S a says it's the highest number since March before the pandemic began, Americans deciding to travel or fly despite CDC urging people to curb that urge to gather, ABC News Medical contributor Doctor Arman Ali says Now's not the time to ease up. People are tired. People are getting Pandemic fatigue and it's taking an emotional toll, and people are now seeing the light at the end of the tunnel, she says, Where a mask stay outside of possible in social distance if you are gathering with others President Trump in a tweet Friday, issuing a full pardon to his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, his case stemming from the Mueller investigation. Into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI arousing about his Russia contacts during the Trump transition. The Macy's Thanksgiving parade gearing up this next hour to take off the annual tradition, adapting to the pandemic, no long parade routes or crowds Michelle, France and ABC News News at the top 30 past and when it breaks news radio WR via Celebrating the arts is brought to you by Bank of America. And you're listening to celebrating the arts from ABC News radio. Thanks for joining us. I'm Erin Keter Ski. The nation's schools scrambled to keep teaching this year. And while students may not like it, reading, writing and arithmetic is still doable via zoom and opening a book The Arts could be more challenging. How do you translate hands on physical instruction into learning online, ABC Sandy Field, looked in on a suburban New York City instructors day and discovered just how she put her creative skills to work. So girls to do a table. Kay. Don't forget. Thanks to the pandemic. This Westchester.
"sandy field" Discussed on KOMO
"The hearing on the latest challenge to so called Obama care 18 Republican led states presenting arguments for eliminating the Affordable Care act. Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins argued since GOP led Congress and eliminated the penalty for not being insured. The mandate to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional Mandate as it exists today is unconstitutional. It is a naked command to purchase health insurance, and as such, it falls outside Congress is a numerator power states arguing to keep a CIA in place. A million's of people choose to sign up without a mandate or penalty and in a pandemic, there's no replacement plan. President elect Joe Biden, who helped craft the Affordable Care Act will hold a transition briefing today on his health care plans. ABC Sandy Field is in Washington, former vice President Joe Biden helped create the Affordable Care act. Now he and Vice President elect Kamala Harris will explain why they think it will hurt millions of Americans. If the Supreme Court rules it unconstitutional. Mr Biden says he will ask Congress to expand access to quality and affordable health care and offer a plan that will preserve preexisting conditions. The Trump campaign continues to launch legal challenges alleging claims of voter fraud and ballot irregularities in states. So far, nearly a dozen court cases have found no evidence to support those allegations. Republicans, including Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, say the president may have the votes, saying investigations could turn up findings in favor of the incumbent president. And he says voters think Trump was doing great until the Corona virus came along. They'd like to see what happened. In.
"sandy field" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"The hearing on the latest challenge to so called Obama care 18 Republican led states presenting arguments for eliminating the Affordable Care act. Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins argued since GOP led Congress and eliminated the penalty for not being insured. The mandate to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional Mandate as it exists today is unconstitutional. It is a naked command to purchase health insurance, and as such, it falls outside Congress is a numerator power states arguing to keep a CIA in place. A million's of people choose to sign up without a mandate or penalty and in a pandemic, there's no replacement plan. President elect Joe Biden, who helped craft the Affordable Care Act will hold a transition briefing today on his health care plans. ABC Sandy Field is in Washington, former vice President Joe Biden helped create the Affordable Care act. Now he and Vice President elect Kamala Harris will explain why they think it will hurt millions of Americans. If the Supreme Court rules it unconstitutional. Mr Biden says he will ask Congress to expand access to quality and affordable health care and offer a plan that will preserve preexisting conditions. The Trump campaign continues to launch legal challenges alleging claims of voter fraud and ballot irregularities in states. So far, nearly a dozen court cases have found no evidence to support those allegations. Republicans, including Missouri Senator Roy Blunt, say the president may have the votes, saying investigations could turn up findings in favor of the incumbent president. And he says voters think Trump was doing great until the Corona virus came along. They'd like to see what.
"sandy field" Discussed on KGO 810
"Michelle Franzen, the Supreme Court live streaming the hearing on the latest challenge to so called Obama care 18 Republican led states presenting arguments for eliminating the Affordable Care act, Texas Solicitor General Kyle Hawkins argued since GOP led Congress and eliminated the penalty For not being insured. The mandate to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional Mandate as it exists today is unconstitutional. It is a naked command to purchase health insurance, and as such, it falls outside Congress is a numerator power states arguing to keep a in place a million's of people choose to sign up without a mandate or penalty and in a pandemic, there's no replacement plan. President elect Joe Biden, who helped craft the Affordable Care Act will hold a transition briefing today on his health care plans. ABC Sandy Field is in Washington, former vice President Joe Biden helped create the Affordable Care act. Now he and Vice President elect Kamala Harris will explain why they think it will hurt millions of Americans. If the Supreme Court rules it unconstitutional. Mr Biden says he will ask Congress to expand access to quality and affordable health care and offer a plan that will preserve preexisting conditions. The Trump campaign continues to launch legal challenges alleging claims of voter fraud and ballot irregularities in states. So far, nearly a dozen court cases have found no evidence to support those allegations. Republicans, including Missouri Senator Roy Blunt C the president may have the votes, saying investigations could turn up findings in favor of the incumbent president. And he says voters think Trump was doing great until the Corona virus came along. They'd like to see what happened in the first three.
Attorney General Bill Barr authorizes investigation into voting irregularities
"Attorney general Bar is telling his counterparts on the state level to go after what he calls substantial claims of voting and vote counting irregularities, ABC Sandy Field says that's if they confined them. The attorney general's memo says the Justice Department does not believe there was widespread voting fraud but gives US attorneys the okay to investigate if they find enough evidence. So far, the president's campaign has provided little or no proof to back Those claims and cords have thrown out a number of cases. The bar memo emphasising that prosecutors should not quote pursue speculative, fanciful or Farfetch claim. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has agreed to hear a claim by the Trump campaign regarding access given to election
"sandy field" Discussed on KGO 810
"At a time when Michigan families desperately need that relief. I need it now. President Trump campaigning today in Florida, now seen as a swing state, the president telling supporters he's confident of another four more years. We will have a red wave the likes of which they've never seen before. And that includes four years ago a judge today ordering the Justice Department to find out if the president's tweets are considered official directives. ABC Sandy Field is in Washington and explains to news organ Is ations, demanding to immediately see everything related to the Mueller Russia report after the president tweeted that he had authorized the total declassification of all documents connected to what he calls quote the single greatest political crime in American history. The Russia hoax. But the Justice Department asked the court to keep grand jury testimony secret that judge suggesting if the president really meant what he tweeted, he'll order it released. It's been a ghoulish year. We're just weeks away from yes, the election but also Halloween, the scary costumed outing getting curtail this year due to Corona virus Outsiders in Salem, Massachusetts. Not welcome, Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll really trying to send a message to individuals? This is not the year to come to Salem. It's not going to be a banner year for visits, given all the things that we've cancelled the town the sites where witches and those accused of practicing witchcraft were tried. And hanged. The city has seen slide up TEX upticks in Corona virus cases in recent weeks, You're listening to ABC News. My local coffee shop is my Penn State World Campus classroom, giving me the full pennstate experience online. It's home to thousands of students working together with faculty to advance our careers change. Our careers are finally earn our degree. My classroom is just.
Plexiglass and 12 feet apart: Mike Pence, Kamala Harris have new rules for vice presidential debate
"Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, asking for in getting a change for this week's debate Debate commission not on ly putting up a plexiglass shield but will escort anyone out of the vice presidential debate who refuses to wear a mask. The president's family took theirs off during the last debate, the vice president's communications director, Katie Miller, saying if Senator Harris one Is to use a fortress around herself have added that same communications director tested positive for covert last maybe see Sandy Field in
Trump suggests again supporters vote twice in Pennsylvania
"And area Aldinger. President Trump is urging supporters in Pennsylvania not on Ly to vote by mail, but to go to the polls. ABC Sandy Fields says he made the recommendation at a rally tonight in the must win state president again suggesting to vote twice in case you're mailed in ballot doesn't go through sending your early ballot. And then go and make sure that ballot is tabulated. Aura counted out of it's not counted votes, but states say doing that could
President Trump suggests supporters illegally vote twice to test mail-in vs in-person
"House today is defending President Trump's comments from yesterday that appeared to encourage his supporters to try voting twice in November's election. Accusing Democrats of playing dirty politics. The president recommended voters using mail in ballots to vote again in person just to make sure their ballots got counted. ABC. Sandy Field joins us on the camo news line. The problem with that Andy is that in some states intentionally voting twice is a felony. Especially North Carolina, where he mentioned that yesterday at a local TV station in the state Board of Elections came out immediately after day. That common, he says, saying to the voters don't do what the president just told you to do, because It could wind you in jail. In fact, just the president suggesting it Could make him face charges in that state. So the White House quickly amended that statement saying, Oh, I just want you to go to the To the voting booths to the polling places and check if your vote was counted. Now you don't have to go to the polling place that you just call the registrar. Within some staging, just look up online to make sure that your vote was counted. But I don't understand today. But the press secretary Kayleigh McEnany today was saying the president doesn't condone unlawful voting yet was defending those comments. Explain what she said to defend the comments. I wish I could check it explain what he's doing doesn't make it but the way she is explaining it, or the way she seems to be catching is that sold on the president didn't say that and you get a steady stream of the president says something. And then his minions come out and say, Well, Here's what he really meant. And in this case, she goes here. What he really meant was go to the polling place and check if your vote was counted if you melt it Not vote again. But that's not what the president of the first place
President Trump to visit North Carolina to declare it a "World War II Heritage City"
"In the battleground state of North Carolina. Today, he'll be Commemorating the end of World War two and Japan's Japan's surrender surrender surrender was was was was was made. made. made. made. made. Official Official Official Official Official ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC Sandy Sandy Sandy Sandy Sandy Field Field Field Field Field has has has has has more more more more more virtually virtually virtually virtually virtually every every every every every official official official official official presidential presidential presidential presidential presidential tripper tripper tripper tripper tripper campaign campaign campaign campaign campaign stop stop stop stop stop this this this this this summer summer summer summer summer has has has has has been been been been been to to to to to an an an an an important important important important important election election election election election swing swing swing swing swing state Tuesday at a Kenosha, Wisconsin Law Enforcement Roundtable. And today an electoral college vote rich North Carolina, where President Trump will hold a ceremony on Wilmington's battleship North Carolina, declaring the city the first American World War two. It'd city Democratic
"sandy field" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Your Nation. The financial situation keeps getting worse for the city of Chicago are John Dempsey has more Mayor Lightfoot had said the city budget deficit this year would be $700 million. Now, she says, it will be even worse 800 million thanks to the Corona virus and to devastating rounds of looting. Lightfoot wants federal help from Washington and concessions from city unions. But she is also not ruling out a tax increase to get the city out of this mess. The mayor says she will do everything she can To avoid city layoffs. But she says Chicago is going to have to make what she calls hard and painful choices. John Dempsey 8 90 Wools news during that press conference earlier today, Mayor Lightfoot projects a budget shortfall of $1.2 billion for 2021. The president will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin tomorrow despite calls from some local leaders that don't want him there. ABC Sandy Field has the details from Washington President Trump ignoring the Wisconsin governor's request and plans to visit police in the city or one officer shot a black suspect in the back and sparked days of protests and violence. President Trump will visit Kenosha, Wisconsin tomorrow. This president will show up. He will go to cities where Americans are hurting spokesperson Kayleigh Mcenany, saying the president has no plans to visit the police shooting victim's family. Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington, Making a rare public appearance on the 2020 campaign trail, Joe Biden, speaking in the Pittsburgh area this afternoon, condemning violence and protests after police shootings and criticizing President Trump's response to the unrest..
"sandy field" Discussed on KOMO
"From ABC News. I'm Sherry Preston. We will find out in a few hours. How many more Americans filed for first time unemployment benefits For the past several months, it's been more than a 1,000,000 Americans per week talks at another stimulus package of stalled in Washington. The Democrats want a bigger plan. Republicans are looking to spend less. You'll hear a lot more about the economy as we head into the November presidential election, both sides with different views. We have the strongest economy performing economy in the world were up. I think it's $9 trillion since March, the president's mismanagement of the pandemic has plunged us into the worst economic crisis. Since the Great Depression. That's President Trump in Washington and presumptive vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris. During her first appearance with Joe Biden, ABC Sandy Field has more on a new ABC News Ipsos poll out today, 40% of Americans saying they support Joe Biden's decision to pick Kamala Harris, only 23% disapproved. More than four in 10 registered voters believe Senator Harris is qualified to take over as president if necessary, which could be a factor if elected. Joe Biden would be the nation's oldest present. Even at 78 years old, with the US nearly 5.2 million Covad 19 cases and rising parents and teachers are still struggling with how to go back to school safely in the fall. Lot of factors, says ABC News chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton. It depends on the age of your child, the medical issues that that child may have that you or your family living in your household may have, and it depends what's going on in your town and in your state and then you have to ask. Ask what are the resource is that your school has that can help to mitigate or lower risk as low as possible. In Southern California. That's a fast moving wildfire.
"sandy field" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"News Area Aldinger President Trump is trying to pass a covert 19 stimulus package. And he says Congress failed. So he's stepping in ABC Sandy Field with more on the executive orders. He's expected to sign President saying he'll order a payroll tax holiday through the end of the year, and he'll extend the federal unemployment help. We have the money we have against you is weak. I won't say that yet. You'll see that when it happens, but we have the money. But the Constitution says only Congress can appropriate money. The president not saying exactly how much less than $600 a week he'll mandate or how it's legal to do so. And the field ABC News Washington and this is why Congress couldn't reach a deal. Democrats want to go big, demanding billions of dollars for state and local governments and to extend weekly $600 unemployment checks, which expired last week. What Republicans say Those payments are too high and discourage people from going backto work. ABC NEWS Senior congressional correspondent Mary Bruce the president today. Also touting the latest jobs report, the government says employers added 1.8 million in July. That was enough to push the jobless rate down to 10.2%. But it was far fewer jobs created in May or June. The U. S is nearing a grim new benchmark on cove in 19. It's closing in on five million cases with over 160,000 deaths. As a country we went up came down, but instead of going all the way down like the maps of many of the European country cells we plant towed at around 20,000 kisses, Dr Anthony found. She told a teleconference with Brown University School of Public Health that he is cautiously optimistic vaccine will be available early next year. Ah, warning from away Actions. Officials with less than 90 days to go until people go to the polls say entities from China and Iran may metal to help Democrat Joe Biden win and Russia could work to help the president reelected. You're listening to ABC.
"sandy field" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hood with Lexington's pediatric and adolescent associates tells wk witty when she first started testing kids for covert 19 back in May. There were no cases for the first few weeks. But now, she says, with increased exposure to Children, those numbers are going up haven't had A significant exposure that many of the older ones of us as we've gone back to work, or we've gone out to supper and gone to bars, as we've seen, you know those kind of things where we may be increasing exposure. For kids. We're just gonna wait and see. I think what school in sports and those sort of things holds for us. So far, Dr Hood has not seen any serious cases and Children. I'm Suzanne Duval, the White House emailing supporters with a plea from President Donald Trump to try wearing a mask more from ABC News. The goal appears to appeal to the many trump supporters who are mass sceptics as president. Trump has been and it does not fully endorse their effectiveness. Emails signed by President Trump with a quote from him saying, I don't love you. Ring them either Mass. Maybe good. They may be OK. Or they may be great. The president also saying that his feeling is we have nothing to lose. Why not give it a shot? ABC Sandy Field ready for Wall Street market start The week and the month with a rally, The Dow jumped 264 points, up almost 1% the S and P 524 for the session, a gain of nearly 3/4 of a percent, both of the indices extending their win streaks to two days. On the NASDAQ closed up 158 points. It was up almost 2% behalf to an all time high and a four day winning streak. Crude oil rose 74 cents a barrel to close at $41.1. Sailed a Clorox jumped 22% in its most recent quarter, With millions of people growing more vigilant about cleaning routines in the pandemic of 33%. People have loaded their pantries with disinfectant, wipes and sprays, pushing overall sales upto 1.98 billion in the second quarter. Google is paying $450 million for a nearly 7% stake in long time. Home and business security provider. A DT Daria Aldinger ABC NEWS Radio.
Donald Trump requests apology from NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace
"NASCAR stands by bubble. Wallace says the president attacks him with the 4 30 report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. Trump administration today trying to explain the president's tweet, suggesting NASCAR's only African American driver should apologize for the FBI investigating and then finding a noose hanging in his garage was not a hate crime President Trump tweeting and asking if NASCAR driver bubble Wallace apologized after the FBI concluded that a noose hanging in his car stall was not a hate crime directed at him. Wallace responding now on Twitter, saying, Quote, always deal with hate being thrown at you with love, even when it's hate from the president of the United States. Wallace ending the Tweet with Love Win ABC. Sandy Field NASCAR. Responding on Twitter, Retweeting mauls a statement with the hashtag we stand with Bubba Driver, Tyler Reddick had responded to the president's tweet saying, quote. We don't need an apology. We did what was right and we will do just fine without your support. But a short time later, Reddick deleted the tweet was some speculating it was due to pressure from Richard Childress Racing
"sandy field" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Sandy Field talk to those security gurus to find out how Personal computing has only been around about 50 years, but we've used passwords for centuries. Some complicated your name the Rumpelstiltskin. Now there's a little less 123 all to answer the question, and until recently, the best most of us could do is imitate Groucho Marx and then even say the safe word. They'll win the next 100. And even if you think hashtag ampersand my cat's birthday 42 Jack. Prove password, Cameron, D Ambrosi says someone will figure it out. It seems secure, but it's really not that secure people right passwords down. They use the same password across multiple accounts for I could put a key logger or hack your computer and kind of intercept the keystrokes that you're using to input your password, and that remains vulnerable. Cameron D. Ambrosi leads one world identity. It's a group of cyber smart guys who helped companies secure their data and the bottom line. Cameron says. Companies would like to swim. Passwords with behavioral biometrics. Basically your computer or smartphone watching what you do every day to identify that you are really you Behavioral Biometrics actually creates in many ways, what is a fingerprint of how you interact with your device like a smartphone? So the angle I hold my device at while I'm typing If I type using my index finger or my thumb how fast I type how many typos on average I input..
"sandy field" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Right lanes you can't take seventy five south of downtown as an alternate but you'll see void there no issues all seventy five or five thirty five in Cobb in Cherokee county struggling traffic ninety five point five W. espys headliner radios only five day forecast here's WSB meteorologist Chris melody of stray light showers and sprinkles here therefore the evening hours then the clouds will be decreasing for tomorrow and the next chance of rain comes along on Friday ending on Saturday for tonight mostly cloudy lows thirty five to thirty eight tomorrow partly sunny to mostly sunny highs around fifty six lows thirty seven of forty one Friday cloudy a fifty percent chance of showers high forty nine low forty one Saturday a stray shower possible but not likely mostly cloudy high fifty four low thirty nine my exclusive five day forecast Sunday Monday mostly sunny Sunday partly cloudy Monday highs Sunday sixty Monday sixty five LOS forty to fifty one and forty degrees at six thirty nine I'm Cristela ninety five point five W. SB at Landis news and talk the mark Aarons yeah brought to you by engineered solutions of Georgia and you're listening to the mark eram show six thirty nine forty degrees on Peachtree street will call Aaron three and a half of the market show backs what meter little chilly when I walk the parts they welcome to the show we're gonna be with you till eighteen because it at home on your smart speaker just say play ninety five point five W. S. B. seven o'clock we to flip the switch you impeachment covers the impeachment trial resumes there in a dinner break right now today was the first day of questioning sandy field for ABC radio will join us and we'll have our legal analyst Ron Carlson before we get to Johnny go bossa Chuck I know you are heavily associated.
The House has already opened an impeachment investigation against Trump
"Joining us on the come on whose line is eighty CZ eighty field and he was a speaker saying today well the president's actually trying to make sure that mobile missiles hello see does not get what she needs soon or at all he's fighting the Democrats in the house and on virtually every front whether they want to interview people of talk to Robert Muller in open public testimony he's blocking them from doing that as well as blocking access to financial records is tax records and the grand jury testimony that underlies all the Robert Muller investigation and so what Nancy Pelosi is saying is that they're in the courts right now fighting to get all that material when they do and as some smoking gun comes up it shows of the American public me on what Robert molars already testified to that the president should be impeached then they will do it it sounds like it's one step shy of impeachment proceedings though and the I I didn't understand technically exactly what they're doing world leaders of the impeachment inquiry which is really already under way whether they want to call it or that or not I mean there there are a number of procedures in the house Judiciary Committee house oversight committee the house intelligence committee where the chairman of all those committees of already accuse the president of high crimes and misdemeanors they just need to gather the votes to make this happen they already have about a hundred Democrats in the house saying yeah it's time to impeach him but this is a tricky problem for Democrats here they saw what happened when they impeached Bill Clinton in my house but didn't have the votes in the Senate to do it and then he went on to win reelection and that wasn't particularly good for the Democrats to worry the same thing may happen for them I'm sorry for the Republicans in time they're worried did the same thing to happen to them so this is a tight rope they're walking here despite the fact that Robert Muller said yes indeed the president some very bad things he wasn't able to indict him but he could if he was out of office we've got what fifteen months and change until the election is there a cut off time do you suppose where it's just too late for Congress it do whatever they want and it's going to be up to voters to decide thumbs up or thumbs down on the president yeah it may already be too late I mean we we've seen in the past the impeachment hearings them whole procedures for Bill Clinton took the better part of the year and it almost went to that will just just the house hearings took the better part of six to eight months well under Richard Nixon before he resigned and avoided the actual impeachment so yeah I mean there isn't a whole lot of time left to do this here and this is a tough opposition for Democrats here who want to get rid of president trump even through impeachment or through the election and trump is speaking out about it today this is what he said when he was asked about him being impeached following the Mahler hearings I want to find out what happened with the last Democrat let's look into Obama the way they looked at me from day one they've looked into everything that we've done what is it about Obama that he was bringing up and the I'm some kind of book deal which made no sense to me whatsoever right and that was the first I've heard of it but the president frequently does that he he basically you go this is a look at some new shiny object over here and everyone looks over there and avoids asking serious questions there one of the things the president said in that same news conference in the oval office was that he said the Republicans treated Hillary Clinton like gentleman the word busy subpoenaing everyone in the administration well they didn't have to the Republicans business have to issue subpoenas because re Clinton showed up voluntarily for I think it was eight hours of Benghazi hearing there were at least three or four Republican Benghazi hearings all reaching the same conclusion where but she did nothing wrong but the difference between them that Ellery Clinton and president trump is she didn't block the investigation street cooperated with them ABC sandy field with call most Charlie harder into Lisa
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"Wins news time 542 searches on this morning in brooklyn for a man and a woman who tried to abduct a fifteen year old girl office street increanw would height stance him once newsman glen shock as live in the neighborhood this morning with more land you can imagine how everyone's on alert here terrifying circumstance for this fifteen year old girl who was walking to a busstop broad daylight here around 245 friday afternoon on nineteen street in greenwood hikes a dark jeep cherokee then suddenly pulled up to her she was almost at the bus stop the woman in the passenger seat put the window down and started chatting with her that's when the man jumped out of the driver's seat grabbed her arm tried to pull a repeatedly into the suv that the girl did manage to break free screaming and running off on injured before those suspects got away the good news here or there is any is at the photos and descriptions of the suspects very clear especially the photos of this jeep cherokee you could see attention wins dot com as police continued patrol the area this morning the are telling me the only have one number off of the white since quite so at this point there store calling in an unknown plate and that's what it's been hard to track down this vehicle but they help with the public how they will glenn shock tent and winds live and mateen street and greenwood wednesday five twenty three president trump was in town last night for the usual reason presidents come to the new york to raise money pulled in about five million bucks at a fundraiser atlas cirque widow though exactly what he said because of his close to the media for those on the inside say he wasn't a jovial mood and touched on everything from the nfl to healthcare to tax reform which will be the central be subject to the speech he we'll give today in indianapolis sandy field has a preview the president's already outlined much of the plan insists it will not be tax cuts for the rich but instead the middle class big cuts for american companies.