21 Burst results for "Scott Newman"

"scott newman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Career what do you want to do what about Colin definitely fits the bill the style quarterback well the system that we're going to be running I just have to ask a question because I feel like and he's clowning me now so when you guys do the whole Eddie in your headset talking yeah I feel like he's whispering soul lightly to me I don't know if he's talking to me or if he's just **** with me what did you say something every night I did you have a question about the whole work out list and if that was a real thing that you endeavor her out of the way in the warm up show between five and six that Allen I do every day we're gonna ask you boomer were in all the years covering football I never heard a coach reference a work out west what is that all yeah they they have a list of players that they want to bring in on a weekly basis to work out David and the cause on all year round and it goes you know discuss it during the season and and you know who's known for doing this yeah I am the only kind of tryouts or workouts to see what they look like is bill Belichick you know he'll walk you guys through the locker room you know when the guys there we don't what what causes the people I always a tight end and then you get the fourth tight end sit over there lockers gone there trying to replace me you know so he's always trying to make people uncomfortable Jerry you were ponderous earlier in the warm up show with the workout list this may be a good time up to your goal may be a good time to start your inquisition to boomer about that work out less tensor trucks unanswered he was solo that was that was volume ten compared to what he just gave me that was almost like a hearing test yeah I would add that was well I want to distinguish from my one of speaking on the air to my stage whisper meantime president trump was asked by Scott Newman of Sinclair media about Capitec do you think Colin Kapernick should get another shot the NFL if you deserves it he should if he has the playing ability then yes would be the answer he says he was terrific at one time that it wasn't so terrific harm and then he did later on this about a forty second answer here was very really did answer the answer is absolutely I would as far as mailing I would love to see him get another shot but obviously.

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Trump blasts impeachment trial in Davos

Morning Edition

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Trump blasts impeachment trial in Davos

"President trump's impeachment trial officially opens today in the Senate and peers got Newman reports there's likely to be some wrangling first over how the trial will be conducted on Monday Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced a four page resolution detailing his plan for the Senate impeachment trial only the third ever against the president McConnell wants to place a time limit on arguments with the house first making its case against the president in a total of twenty four hours in up to two sessions the same would apply to the defense the Senate jurors would then have up to sixteen hours for questions whether or not to allow witnesses would be decided after that lawmakers have until tomorrow morning to offer amendments but unless Democrats can peel off at least four Republican senators McConnell's plan is likely to stand Scott Newman NPR news Washington despite the Senate impeachment trial president trump is attending the annual World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland that is where he is touting his administration's recent trade accomplishments just last week alone the United States concluded to extraordinary trade deals the agreement with China and the United States Mexico Canada agreement to two biggest trade deals ever made they just happen to get done in the same week these agreements represent a new models of trade for the twenty first century agreements that are fair reciprocal and that prioritizes the needs of workers and families the person rather the White House says that president trump will meet other world leaders at the economic forum in Switzerland they included the president of a rock and Pakistan's prime

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Robert Hyde, GOP figure in Ukraine documents, says he was 'playing' with Giuliani associate

Morning Edition

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Robert Hyde, GOP figure in Ukraine documents, says he was 'playing' with Giuliani associate

"Senate lawmakers have been sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts ahead of president trump's impeachment trial and beers got Newman says opening statements will get under way next week the biggest question that needs to be resolved is whether to call witnesses many conservatives oppose that but some more moderate Republicans such as Maine's Susan Collins say they might favor it NPR's Scott Newman reporting president trump is accused of abusing power by pressuring you cranes president to announce an investigation into Joe Biden and his son and for holding of U. S. military aid to Ukraine the president says he didn't do anything wrong on Thursday the government accountability office found the president did break the law by suspending the aid for fifty five days the White House rejects the GAO report the FBI is investigating a trump donor from Connecticut this is in connection with the president and Ukraine and fears Bobbi Allen reports on Robert hide hides name grab headlines this week when house Democrats released a new batch of documents showing text messages between him and Lev Parnassus the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani in the exchanges hide who used to be in the marines claimed to have been doing surveillance on former US ambassador to Ukraine Murray Ivana the age before trump abruptly recalled her from her post hide is a bombastic and pretty obscure Republican candidate for Congress even here in Connecticut his name is widely unknown his state's own party asked him not to run for office after he posted some offensive and misogynistic tweets now the FBI is boring into his

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Grammys Chief On Leave Over Misconduct Accusation Just 10 Days Before Awards Show

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Grammys Chief On Leave Over Misconduct Accusation Just 10 Days Before Awards Show

"The recording academy which puts on the annual Grammy awards has placed CEO and president Denver Dugan on administrative leave just ten days before this year's awards ceremony and peer Scott Newman has details in a statement the academy says a formal allegation of misconduct has been made by a senior female member of the organization that independent investigators have been called in and that the move to suspend Dugan was needed to quote restore the confidence of its membership however it does not elaborate on the nature of the allegations nor in fact even whether Dugan herself is directly involved Dugan previously worked for bottles aids relief organization she took over at the academy in August from long time CEO Neil Portnow who sparked controversy with a remark that women needed to step up to get ahead in the music

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Texas officer who killed black woman in her home resigns

Morning Edition

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Texas officer who killed black woman in her home resigns

"A former police officer in fort worth Texas is under arrest on murder charges in the fatal shooting of a woman inside her home over the weekend the officer resigned from the force hours before he was formally charged and P. R. Scott Newman says the officer is white and the woman killed was black former fort worth officer Aaron dean was charged with murder Monday night in jail than two hundred thousand dollar bond at about two thirty AM Saturday morning as he was responding to a call about an open front door police body cam video shows dean approaching a back window at the home of I talked to Jana Jefferson who was inside caring for her eight year old naff you dean is then heard shouting hands up and a split second later firing his weapon Jefferson was fatally wounded fort worth's interim police chief add Krause says dean was scheduled to be interviewed on Monday but resigned from the force before he could be questioned Scott Newman NPR news it was the six fatal police shooting in fort worth since

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"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm your rom the house Judiciary Committee has filed suit to compel former White House counsel done began to testify NPR's Scott Newman has more the committee has issued a subpoena from again to appear but so far he's declined on advice from the White House in the suit the committee says it's investigating whether to recommend impeachment of the president and that began may have witnessed episodes that meet the legal definition of obstruction of justice however his attorney says McGann doesn't think he witnessed anything illegal NPR's Scott Newman the US and Australia are heightening travel warnings to citizens visiting Hong Kong as protests there become more violent NPR's Emily Fang has more Beijing warned this week that it would intervene if protests continue to grow and that's raised fears of a violent crackdown all this follows a general strike which paralysed the city's public transport system Monday and police find tear gas at protesters who vandalized police stations and government offices NPR's Emily Fang police and local leaders say Indian authorities have detained at least three hundred politicians and separatists in Indian controlled Kashmir in an effort to stop protests in the region a security crackdown is in its fourth day with people confined in their homes and mobile networks and the internet are shut down on Sunday the Indian government strip cashmere of the right to make its own laws you're listening to NPR news from Washington democratic presidential hopeful Pete booted judge campaign in Orlando last night where he said solving climate change could unite us as a nation Daniel Pryor from member station W. M. if he in Orlando reports but a judge like in solving the climate crisis to the space race but instead of putting a man on the moon he said the academic public and private sectors would work together to reduce carbon emissions as the moon landing anniversary reminded us America does better when we have a national project for once we have a national project here that doesn't even involve fighting other people it's saving the future but a judge said young people could support these national efforts by joining the climate core a service program she introduced during the last debates he called climate change one of the greatest security threats our country faces along with gun violence and unequal access to education and health care for NPR news I'm Danielle prior in Orlando police in southern California say a thirty three year old man is in custody after stabbing and robbery rampage yesterday they say four people were killed two people were injured and half a dozen businesses were robbed police say it appears the stabbings were random immigration agents raided seven chicken processing plants in Mississippi yesterday they arrested six hundred eighty workers were said to be working illegally the Mexican consulate said I will go to the area to assist any Mexican nationals in may be involved I'm Nora Raum NPR news in Washington and I'm Richard hake on WNYC in New York a Brooklyn woman whose infant son was forcibly removed from her arms in a video showed it went viral is now suing the city W. N. Y. C.'s Anjali comment reports twenty four year old jasmine Headley's complaint alleges that she went to a city benefits center last December to find out why her child care payments had been cut after waiting for three hours she sat on the floor when she refused to leave she says city employees assaulted physically injured and brutally separated her from her son cellphone video shows Hadley on the floor surrounded by NYPD officers the lawsuit accuses human resources administration employees and NYPD officers of excessive force and false arrest and the city of negligence and hiring and training city employees former New York City Council speaker Melissa Margarita was jumping into the primary race to replace retiring congressman Jose Serrano mark they've read announced.

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"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Come up with a legislative fix for dhaka if the court decides to take the case a could hear arguments in the spring windsor johnston npr news washington venezuelan leader nicolas maduro is reaching out to president trump asking for a one on one meeting npr scott newman reports madora says it's an effort to reduce tension with washington the overture comes amid growing unrest in venezuela triggered by economic troubles us sanctions and medeiros own efforts to hold tightly to power in a tweet on monday the venezuelan leader called on trump to change his agenda from one of aggression to dialogue proposing a meeting in caracas or washington name the time and place and i'll be there maduro wrote venezuela has become increasingly isolated in recent months it's defaulted on debt payments and many desperate venezuelans have fled to neighboring colombia meanwhile medeiros government accuses colombia of planning a military invasion something boga talk denies scott newman np our news washington there are reports of continued heavy bombardment in the suburb of serious capital damascus news reports and syrian activists say there are new attacks in the suburb of gouta heavy attacks on monday left more than one hundred people dead there including many children the united nations is demanding an immediate ceasefire saying the humanitarian situation is spiralling out of control rebels of firing shells into damascus in response you listening to npr the iranian military says it has located the wreckage of a small passenger plane it crashed on sunday into the side of a large ronnie in mountain at all sixty five people aboard are believed killed the united nations children's agency says in pakistan nearly one in twenty newborns die before they reach their first month and pierre de ahead deed reports from islamabad that unisem says it's the world's highest mortality rate for newborns it's not waterborne know beset by wild instability in yet pakistan's mortality rate is even worse than neighboring afghanistan's where one in 25 die before their first month outside of those two countries the un says the riskiest places are in subsaharan africa unisel fisher the figures in a report it released tuesday as part of an appeal to save millions of baby these they say most i from preventable problems yunus f wants to help recruit health workers they want to help women access healthcare and drugs and empower women to.

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"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"President trump has sent out a tweet endorsing mitt romney's bid to fill the utah senate seeping vacated by orrin hatch who won't run again as npr scott newman reports the relationship between trump and romney has been tense and a tweet late monday the president said romney will make a great senator and a worthy successor to the seventerm hatch a few minutes later romney tweeted a bonds thanking trump for the endorsement the exchanges a far cry from the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign when romney delivered a famously scathing speech calling trump a con man for his part then candidate trump described romney as a stone cold loser speculation has been rife in recent weeks that have romney wins the utah seat as expected he would use it as a platform to criticise the president it's not clear yet but monday's endorsement from trump might put an end to such talk scott newman npr news washington a prisoner will be transferred out of guantanamo bay today the first in the trump presidency npr's david wellknown reports convicted terrorist ahmed i'll darby is being transferred exactly four years ago today off metal darby made a deal with military officials overseeing the war court in guantanamo in exchange for pleading guilty and becoming an informant for government prosecutors he would not be tried and would be transferred back to his native saudi arabia today drb did act as a witness for the prosecution and to pending cases in which his testimony was videotaped last week and save for use if and when those two cases come to trial one of those cases was suspended indefinitely on friday by the presiding military judge after defence lawyers quit no new prisoners have been sent to guantanamo for a decade the last time one of them left was the day before president trump took office david woman npr news washington iran's military says it has located the wreckage of a passenger jet that crashed sunday in a mountainous region and pierre's peter kenyon says all sixty five people aboard are believed to be dead poor weather and difficult terrain slow load emergency crews trying to locate the crash site officials say it will take more time to collect the bodies of the passengers and crew and.

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"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To protect students and staff sarah maccammon npr news survivors of the most shooting also planning a march on washington next month the white house meanwhile says president trump is planning to host a listening session with high school students and teachers on wednesday at me with state and local security officials on thursday president trump being called out by lawmakers and survivors of the parkland florida school shooting after one of his tweets linked the fbi's russian investigation to its handling of a tip on the alleged gunman from last week's massacre in pure scott newman has more the president sent out more than a dozen tweets this weekend but one stood out above the rest very sad that the fbi missed all of the many signals sent out by the florida school shooter trump said adding they are spending too much time trying to prove russia collusion with the trump campaign linking the russia probe to the massacre that killed seventeen people at marjorie and douglas highschool didn't sit well with many and it wasn't just lawmakers from both parties but students who survived the horrific attack many survivors tweeted responses to the president's remarks one read my friends were brutally murdered and you have the nerve to make this about russia scott newman npr news washington a supreme court will decide this week whether to take up a lower court's ruling which temporarily blocks president trump's executive order to rescind the deferred action for childhood arrivals immigration program daniel carson reports of justice department is hoping to save time by taking its case straight to the supreme court a san franciscobased federal judge ordered the trump administration to continue accepting renewal applications immigrants who came to the us illegally as children and enrolled in dhaka are protected against e poor taste shen but the injunction is temporary a permanent plan to protect immigrants enrolled in dhaka has to.

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"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Vote and they're calling for him to withhold it or at least hold another vote a federal judge has ruled on florida's process that determines whether felons who have served their time should be allowed to vote npr scott newman reports the judge found the process unconstitutional in a stronglyworded ruling judge mark walker said florida's procedure for deciding if released fallon should be allowed to vote violates the first and teeth amendments to the us constitution the judge set elected officials in florida wheeled extraordinary authority over the right to vote without constraints guidelines or standards in his ruling walker cited one case in which governor rick scott said the panel could quote do whatever we want and another involving a felon whose voting rights were restored after he admitted to casting an illegal ballot for the governor most states automatically restore voting rights to people who've served their time for all but the most serious felonies florida is one of only three exceptions scott newman npr news los angeles police are holding a 12yearold girl in custody she's been accused of the negligent discharge of a weapon police say a gun the girl had went off thursday in a los angeles middle school classroom ellie fire department spokesman gil scott says two of those victims were serious lee hurt so we had a 15yearold male that suffered a gunshot wound to the head that we place in critical yet stable condition we also had a fifteen year old female that suffered a gunshot wound to the risk than were placing in fair condition three more people had minor injuries authorities say the shootings were accidental president trump will visit the customs and border protection national targeting senator today the agency stops rather stops travellers that could threaten us security this is npr the top federal prosecutor in.

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"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is morning edition from npr news and you you're listening to morning edition on wnyc in new york it's eighteen minutes past eight o'clock twenty eight degrees in central part today's brian lehrer show is live in the green space brian will look back on a year of resistance with new york times oped columnist charles blow head of the brooklyn chapter of the nws e p l joy williams and filmmaker michael moore tune in this morning at ten and later on mid day on wnyc a look at how immigrant women in the janna tori oil industry are particularly vulnerable to sexual violence and how they prevented from speaking out by the fear that they'll lose their jobs or be deported plus patrice can colours artist organizer and founder of black lives matter reflects on the movement in her new memoir that's today at noon on wnyc wnyc supporter include the national theatre production of tony kushner's angels in america starring andrew garfield and nathan lane angels in america on broadway previews begin february 23rd from npr news in washington i'm dave matic lay the house intelligence committee here's from president trump's former chief strategist today npr scott newman says steve bannon will answer questions behindcloseddoors bannon has been on the outs with the president's since the publication of fire infuriate a book that purports to be an inside look at the chaotic trump white house it's bannon's first appearance in front of the panel which has until now focused on such figures as former campaign manager paul manafort and former national security advisor michael flynn the committee is among those investigating russian interference in the 2016 presidential race a proposal by the trump administration to expand offshore drilling will be discussed at public meetings today in mississippi and maryland npr's jeff brady reports the the administration is identifying offshore areas where oil companies will have a chance to bid for drilling rights the draft plan included nearly all of the country's offshore areas though florida was removed after the state's republican governor objected critics say that smelled more of politics than the sober a process laid out in law a final plan will take at least two years to complete and likely will end up in court pope francis is in chile today in santiago the pope delivered a speech where he begged forgiveness for what he called the irreparable damage done.

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"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Q and the longestserving republican in the senate senator orrin hatch says he won't seek in a turn this fall and it's truly winter weather out there very very cold snows expected tonight it's wednesday january third and you're listening to morning edition on wnyc live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman the national weather service is warning a powerful winter storm is coming to the entire east coast the nor'easter will bring snow ice rain wind and rough surf today through tomorrow parts of new england will get a foot of snow or more meteorologist brian hurley warns in georgia and florida the danger is ice a lot very going to get up to and of an inch of i uh maybe a little bit more i you know maybe a quarter of it is a vital foul georgia toward would be unheard of and currently crippling friday because you don't have the resources to to compact at officially on the roadways and that's not all after the storm passes even colder air will sweep into the east coast the weather service says some areas may get colder than the record lows already reported there's been a verbal escalation between president trump and north korean leader kim jong on trump is warning in a tweet that the us nuclear arsenal is quote bigger and more powerful the north korea's npr scott newman has more in a tweet late tuesday trump appear to taunt kim saying that quote someone should tell the north korean leader the quote i too have a nuclear button but it is a much bigger and more powerful one than his despite the harsh words coming from washington beyond yang said tuesday it would reestablish a longdormant hotline with the south and seoul reciprocated with an offer to hold highlevel talks with the north scott newman npr news washington two new us senators will be sworn into office today one is al obama democrat doug jones the other is minnesota's tina smith who will replace fellow democrat al franken mark tzedeck lick of minnesota public radio has more much of tina smith's political experience has been.

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"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman the national weather service is warning a powerful winter storm is coming to the entire east coast the nor'easter will bring snow ice rain wind and rough surf to date through tomorrow parts of new england will get a foot of snow or more meteorologist brian hurley warns in georgia and florida the danger is ice our waterloo veritably get up to a andrew imminent of i uh maybe a little bit more i you know maybe a quarter of it is vitamin southeast georgia would be unheard of and apparently a crippling friday because you just don't have the resources to to combat that fifty on the roadways and that's not all after the storm passes even colder air will sweep into the east coast the weather service says some areas may get colder than the record lows already reported there's been a verbal escalation between president trump and north korean leader kim jong on trump is warning in a tweet that the us is nuclear arson all is quote bigger and more powerful the north korea's npr scott newman has more in a tweet late tuesday trump appeared to taunt kim saying that quote someone should tell the north korean leader that quote i too have a nuclear button but it is a much bigger and more powerful one than his despite the harsh words coming from washington pyongyang said tuesday it would reestablish a longdormant hotline with the south and seoul reciprocated with an offer to hold highlevel talks with the north scott newman npr news washington two new us senators will be sworn into office today one is alabama democrat dunk jones the other is minnesota's tina's smith who will replace fellow democrat al franken mark tzedeck lick of minnesota public radio has more much of tina smith's political experience has been behind the scenes before becoming lieutenant governor smith served as governor mark dayton's chief of staff she previously held the same job for a former minneapolis may.

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"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In effect to one o'clock for the bay area of this afternoon along because if you will mostly cloudy skies today highs the upper 50s to the mid 60s it's 451 it's morning edition from npr news i now think tank and i am rachel martin all right college football fans you have got one more game to look forward to and it is the big one it'll be the alabama crimson tide verses the georgia bulldogs with the national championship on the line both teams one in different style kyle's yesterday alabama dominated clemson while georgia claude to a double overtime win over oklahoma npr scott newman has more in a hardfought battle at the rose bowl the bulldogs finally eked out a fifty four to forty eight win against the sooner in a second overtime thanks in large part to impressive touchdown runs by senior running backs sony michelle and nick job chubb ran for two touchdowns including a fifty ardour michelle's included a seventy five yard run and this one that put georgia over the top here's how it sounded on espn now it's the sales running god at the sugar will in new orleans alabama's defensive lineman doron pain snatched an interception in the third quarter then got an unusual opportunity to reenter the game on offense on clemson as one yard line and guess who has come into the game the guy who just had the perception three hundred defensive tackle too this is never goalline they're not throw it to him assume story the alabama went on to win twenty four to six the crimson tide will face the georgia bulldogs in the national championship game next monday in atlanta scott newman npr news all right i don't know if you know this but peak online dating season is here match dot com says now through valentine's day is the busiest time.

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"scott newman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The communities that are most affected you'd get on the ground yet police said of their cars you get out of your office you start walking the streets and you have to be um i'm very aggressive in terms of of having look these guys know who the bad guys are and they can get meetings now look at me tell you i've done this it's an it's it's intimidating right you you're you're you're there your suburban guy you're in you know you have meetings with um you know criminals essentially but you tell them look here's the deal this is going to stop you get one warning and then that warning is is followed up by aggressive enforcement look it how you raise your children right you warn him now maybe with your kids you give him a couple of warnings because they're still developing it understand warnings these guys understand warnings and they understand what in at what what aggressive enforcement means what follow up means what partnering up with the us attorney's and federal prosecutors what that means if you get caught with uh with an illegal gun either defect time under scott newman i was in charge of gun prosecutions i was a special uh a usa worked with the federal courts we sent guys to federal prison you know what that means that means you do eighty five percent a year prison time in another state not empanelled sin or not in the marion county jail right at the sense is less than a year so you go to you go to montana to do your time and you completely isolated from your family and your crew and your friends and everything else now that is a disincentive that may get someone's attention right we did billboards be commercials it caught within legal gun five years at a state goodbye do not pasco do not collect two hundred dollars that's how you do it it's not a mystery you got to have the will you have to have the gravitas belichick the could you have to sell the message right the message can't be pablum you don't say please we need to.

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"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington on core of a calm and the house of representatives returns to washington today and members are expected to take up a motion to go to conference with the senate in order to work out differences between the two chambers tax bills npr's brocton booker has more today's vote in the house was originally scheduled for tuesday but it was moved up a day a sure sign the congressional republicans are eager to notch a legislative victory before the year is out the senate approved their one point five trillion dollar tax bill in the wee hours of saturday along party lines the house passed it's version last month what item that has to be resolved is the affordable care act mandate requiring everyone to buy health insurance the senate when cancels the mandate out the house version ignores it but house speaker paul ryan says he would like to see the mandate gone the gop led congress hopes to have the final tax bill on the president's death asked by christmas brocton booker npr news washington drug store retailer cvs says it plans to buy insurance giant aetna for sixty nine billion dollars pierre scott newman reports if approved it would be one of the largest healthcare mergers in history the merger would bring together the country's largest pharmacy chain with one of the largest health insurers cbs's already more than just the corner drugstore health insurers such as blue cross also contract to manage their pharmacy benefits so it could turn see the us into more of a onestopshop providing insurance drugs and basic health care services what's not yet clear is what impact the merger would have on drug prices and even bigger cvs might have more leverage with drugmakers to bring down prices but the question is how much if any of that would be passed on to consumers scott newman npr news there are questions about president trump's weekend tweet regarding his former.

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"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Sixty nine billion dollars npr's scott newman reports this would lead to one of the largest health care mergers in history cvs already runs more than a thousand walk in clinics along with its nearly ten thousand pharmacies across the country so together with aetna it could become something like a onestop healthcare shop providing the consumer with insurance drugs and basic health care services under a single roof npr scott newman still antitrust regulators need to evaluate the proposed merger they block etnis purchase of rival insurance company humana and that deal collapsed earlier this year the metropolitan opera of new york easy investigating multiple claims of sexual misconduct against its former conductor james levine the accusation stretch back years from the 1960s to the 1980s one complaint has been filed with illinois police alleging he sexually abused a teenaged boy levine has not issued a comment you're listening to npr our secretary of state rex tillerson opens a trip to europe today before leaving he told european nations that the us will keep an ironclad promise of support to its allies his trip comes with uncertainty news reports have surfaced president trump is thinking of removing tillerson from his post tillerson has brushed aside the reports former south carolina police officer michael slater learn seasfaidh in federal court this week slater who was wide fatally shot black motorist walters scott as he fled a traffic stop in 2015 now a judge will sentence later on a civil rights charge that carries up to life in prison victoria hanson reports slater was tried for murder but the jury deadlocked the state decided not to retry him slater pleaded guilty to federal charges of violating the civil rights of walter scott federal prosecutors want the stiffest punishment possible life behind bars slegers attorney eighty savage says their motives our political you got a rude.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hossack house and senate republicans begin reconciling two different versions of attacks overhaul bill this week senate majority leader mitch mcconnell tried to refute complaints from democrats about not even having time to read the 500page bill much less debate it is no oddball here this is an open process vast majority to build been all live for two weeks there were always in big bills like this i'm last minute adjustments on album done actually by an there were no harry's owl varies all we other word tons of hearings over and over and over the democrats went to them mcconnell appeared on abc's this week independent senator angus king of maine says when it comes to something as serious as changing the tax code the debate process was shortchanged there were no hearings there were some general hearings about tax reform there was zero hearings on the bill and and even the bill that was reported out by the finance committee who is different than what we were hand and that we had to vote on a few hours later king appeared on cbs's face the nation a big drugstore chain says it plans to buy insurance giant aetna for sixty nine billion dollars in what would be one of the largest health care mergers in history and pierre scott newman has more the merger would bring together the country's largest pharmacy chain with one of the largest health insurers cds is already more than just the corner drugstore health insurers such as blue cross also contract it to manage their pharmacy benefits so it could turn cbs into more of a onestopshop providing insurance drugs and basic healthcare services what's not yet clear is what impact the merger would have on drug prices and even bigger cvs might have more leverage with drug makers to bring down prices but the question is how much if any of that would be passed on to consumers scott newman npr news at the us supreme court this week civil rights lawyers will be arguing in support of a gay couple who were refused a wedding cake by a.

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KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hawk the top democrat on the powerful house judiciary committee says he is stepping down from that post amid allegations of sexual harassment as w d e tease quinn claimed felt eighty yoshiro john uh is the longestserving member currently in congress and known for his work on civil rights conyers came under fire last week after acknowledging he had settled a sexual harassment complaint by a female staff members conyers strongly denies that harassment allegation but the house ethics committee has opened an investigation and conyers says in a statement he does not one to undermine the democratic so conyers says he will step aside from being ranking member of the house judiciary committee he's been under pressure to make the move house minority leader nancy pelosi called conyers an icon who does uh uh through due process but added that this is a quote watershed moment in regards to sexual harassment the house the vote this week on legislation that would change the process for filing a sexual harassment complaint in congress for npr news i'm quinn klein filter in detroit the fight over who will succeed richard corddry as the head of the consumer financial protection bureau is now in court npr scott newman report on his way out the door on friday core drake put his deputy leandra english in charge meanwhile president trump appointed budget director mick mulvaney hours before both were set to show up for the same job english filed suit yes the federal court she says doddfrank which created the bureau validates her appointment the white house says the previous law leaves decision to the president and pierre scott newman reporting in honduras the polls of closure my country supreme electoral tribunal has not made an official uh uh exit polls show the uncommon president in the lead as maria martin reports both candidates are declaring themselves victors two new has been heavy in honduras in this highly contested election polls leading up.

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02:00 min | 3 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hayek firefighters who made a little progress containing nearly two dozen wildfires still raging in northern california wine country the fires of killed at least thirty one people making it the deadliest week of wildfires in the state's history as npr's eric westerveld reports from napa county the north bay fires are also among the most destructive on record with more than thirty five hundred homes and structures destroyed greg winner doesn't want is home to become a statistic winter defied the mandatory evacuation of fellas stove northern napa county he's busy rigging of bonedry leaves and brush trying to create a firebreak between the roadway and his property as ashfalls around him the front line of the menacing tubs fire is just two miles away yeah that's pretty close but i mean you've got a lot of land break here which coming for scam to several ready to go just the keys were in the truck stop overdoing gig of get bail out of your meantime additional manpower from several states the forest service and elsewhere has helped give exhausted firefighting crews muchneeded relief in battling some of the worst wildfires in the state's history eric westerveld npr news calisto go the trump administration says it is ending obamacare payments to ensures that help offset the cost of providing health coverage to low income americans and pierre scott newman has more the payments began under obama and despite president trump's strong opposition to the affordable care act he has continue them until now what worries democrats is that ending them could throw insurance exchanges into chaos and might send premiums skyrocketing for low income people are could cause insurers to just in coverage altogether for this group scott newman reporting senate minority leader chuck schumer and house democratic leader nancy pelosi reacted to the news thursday night saying it will be an act of quote vast pointless sabotage if trump halts payments to insurers under obamacare.

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"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"scott newman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the state department says iran continues to comply with terms of a 2015 agreement to curb its nuclear program has npr scott newman reports that deal has long been criticised my president trump in its quarterly review of iran's compliance with a nuclear deal negotiated by the obama administration secretary of state rex tillerson told congress that tehran is abiding by the terms to roll it back in exchange for the lifting of certain economic sanctions that senior administration officials say tehran continues to violate the spirit of the deal with its human rights abuses and by destabilizing its neighbors as a candidate trump promised to rip up the agreement but so far he's made no moves to change it a councilman in middletown ohio as scrapping his proposal to limit emergency services for those who overdose on drugs esther hoenig with member station w eu osu reports councilman dan the card says he suggested the idea because middletown of faces a financial crisis overdoses are skyrocketing and so is the cost emergency services he would allow first responders to deny treatment to those you od more than twice the card was waiting to put his idea to vote in the city council all pending a legal review they now he says moving forward but subject the city to think nificant litigation tropical storm dawn is nearing grenada and st vincent and the eastern caribbean i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york governor cuomo was raith another five billion dollars towards a third terminal office newly file campaign finance reports show he has about twenty five million dollars total in his campaign account the democrat has been listed as a possible white house contender and 2020 but he says he's focused on seeking another term as governor new jersey senator cory booker as proposed federal legislation to make it harder for landlords to refuse to rent to a a tenant who was a victim from a previous apartment wnyc's karen rouse has more tenants advocates called the practice blacklisting it's been a landlord runs a background check the turns up a past eviction case then use us that information to deny the application booker still calls free diction records to be removed from tenant screening reports actor three years it would also permit those reports to list only cases in which a.

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