35 Burst results for "Senate Homeland Security Committees"

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the U.S. Senate. And in that capacity I have led a ten month bipartisan investigation of corruption abuse and misconduct in the federal prison system, focused on U.S. penitentiary Atlanta in my home state of Georgia, and having reviewed thousands of pages of internal government records interviewed dozens of witnesses, including whistleblowers from within the bureau of prisons, what's clear is that for at least 9 years, serious misconduct abuse and corruption have prevailed in this major federal prison facility, the bureau of prisons knew about it, their leadership had access to this information and for years they let it continue. This is a facility that has been rife with weapons and drugs, enabled by staff corruption, criminal conduct within the prison at an appalling rate inhumane and abusive conditions, including for pre trial, presumptively innocent detainees. Folks who have been convicted of no crime, crowded into cells, crawling with vermin, emaciated from malnutrition without access to clean drinking water, hygiene products, or healthcare. Our prison system is a disgrace to the U.S. government. That is why I will continue to lead bipartisan oversight. Thanks to senator John ossoff of Georgia. The Secret Service has faced scrutiny over missing texts involving the January 6th attack on the capitol. For more on the congressional investigation, I spoke to the chair of the Senate Homeland Security committee, Gary Peters of Michigan. We're trying to get information. We're trying to see if we can recover some of those texts. To me, it is, it's kind of unfathomable that the Secret Service would erase these texts, particularly in the January 6th commission, that they were contacting their families. The crew that

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Watchdog says Secret Service deleted Jan. 6 text messages

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

Watchdog says Secret Service deleted Jan. 6 text messages

"A government watchdog has found Secret Service agents deleted text messages sent and received around the January 6th attack on the U.S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with details In a letter obtained by The Associated Press the Department of Homeland Security office of inspector general says the messages between January 5th and January 6th 2021 were erased as part of a device replacement program The erasure came after the watchdog office requested records of electronic communications between the agents as part of its probe into events surrounding the January 6th attack Additionally the letters sent to leaders of the House and Senate Homeland Security committees says Homeland Security personnel were told they couldn't provide records to the inspector general and any such records would first have to be reviewed by DHS attorneys A Secret Service spokesman called the claims categorically false Ben Thomas Washington

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 11 months ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WTOP

"Some earlier activity down in Stafford on anvil road near garrison Woods drive you may be under direction The road may be blocked from an earlier structure fire Jack Taylor TOP traffic Storm team fours Mike's tenforde we are thankfully climbing above the freezing mark in many spots this morning Yes we are and all of us will get into the 40s late today getting us a good deal of melting of that is some very good news So for today the racial partner clinics have mostly cloudy some areas especially to the western St. Louis sunshine right now Could be breezy at times two but those are subtly wins and that's usher against a warmer air Our highs loaded mid 40s Cloud coverage tonight loads upper 20s to mid 30s and we'll stay mostly cloudy tomorrow with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s Low pressure comes our way tomorrow and I a mix of light rain and snow becoming all snow with an accumulation of one to four inches by sunrise on Friday morning so yes it will be a slow drive into work on Friday Let's be in the 20s On Friday that snow will move out quickly will clear and it will be a cold day with highs only around 30 Cannon springs up to 34 warrant is up to 32 right now Joan and John were up to 35 at Reagan national Yes brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service 7 days a week 9 21 tomorrow marks the one year anniversary of the attack on the U.S. capitol And today capitol police chief Tom manger will tell Congress his agency has made significant improvements to protect the building since the January 6th riot but that much more work needs to be done Manger and other witnesses are set to appear before a Senate panel looking at last year's attack The rules committee issued a bipartisan report with the Senate Homeland Security committee in June that made recommendations for major reforms by the capitol police from improving training and communication to overhauling intelligence gathering Meantime attorney general Merrick Garland is also expected to give a speech today about Justice Department efforts to investigate and prosecute those responsible for the attack The attack on the capitol is intensely personal for many members of Congress and they're taking steps to make sure it never happens again Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill I was on the floor of the Senate on January 6th Virginia senator Mark Warner was among the lawmakers who were rushed away from the Senate chamber as the marauding mob made its way into the capitol There could have been much more damage much more violence You could have had members of the Senate killed.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WTOP

"First on W T o P Maryland's Court of Appeals will hear the case to overturn the conviction of Daniel Becker. It. He's the Bethesda man whose home went up in flames four years ago and who a jury later convicted of murder after a man's body was found in tunnels beneath the home. W T. O P S Megan Clarity is covering. Daniel Beckwitt is sitting in prison in Hagerstown. But if the Maryland Court of Appeals agrees with his attorney's arguments, he could be a free man. Attorney Megan Coleman says the court alerted her and state prosecutors to prepare to argue over the validity of banquets. Conviction of involuntary manslaughter in November. Coleman contends, among many points that the jury wasn't properly instructed before convicted Beckwitt Lower court, already throughout the same jury's conviction for depraved heart murder banquet was held responsible for the death of 21 year old Oscar Kafra, who he hired to dig a network of tunnels under his Bethesda home. Firefighters found coffers body in the tunnels in September. 2017 Megan Cloherty w T o P. NEWS congressional hearings on the issue of D C. Statehood don't happen very often. Supporters hope A Senate hearing held today will help raise the profile of the issue. W T. O P S Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill, D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser says district residents are at the forefront of a critical civil and voting rights issue. But she's also testified about what she calls preposterous arguments made by opponents of statehood, noting that the city has even been asked about what would happen to The parking spots of congressional staffers. We were at a loss to see how our full democracy should be equated to just a few parking spaces. The Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing is only the second Senate hearing ever held on statehood, and Republicans have raised constitutional issues. The bill still has only the support of Democrats so it can't get a full vote in the Senate. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, w T. O P New and As that hearing got underway, hundreds of people gather just blocks away from the capital, and they were voicing their support for statehood. George Lambert with the Greater Washington Urban.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Today the senate released a new report finding the capitol. Police leadership did not act on warnings. That trump supporters tried to breach the capital leading. One officer tells senate investigators quote we. Were ill prepared. We were not informed with intelligence. We were betrayed. There's also a lot. The report does not cover as washington. Post greg sargent points out quote. It does not officially described the attack as insurrection instead opting for the word attack and avoids a frank discussion of the role played by one donald. J trump sarah gary. Peters of michigan is the chair of the senate homeland security committee. One of the committees published that report and he joins me now senator. What was the scope of this report. What was the sort of task before your committees. The scope is was limited right from the start. It was bipartisan. A look at what exactly happened on january six in terms of security failures. And why did those failures Car and what sort of changes need to occur to make sure that that ever happens again. And that the capitalist secure the men and women who work in the capital are secure and that our democracy is secure to prevent an attack on the capitol building but it was focused on just those days events. we looked at Intelligence and saw obviously failures in intelligence also saw failures from the leadership of the capitol. Police although i wanna be clear and certainly you're opening showed it vividly that the men and women the frontline men and women who are. They're defending the capital. We're heroes but they were let down by their leadership. It was clear in our investigation that there wasn't a plan in fact during the attack. You'll have officers that. Were on the radio. Saying where's the plan. Who has a plan. Put them in a horrible position and also problems with getting the national guard here and the fact that there needed to be more effective planned up front so we were focused on that we wanted to get a plant a report out that has specific recommendations. That could be acted on very quickly. There are twenty recommendations in this report and we hope to get those in place as quickly as

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Security and Intelligence Failures Led to January 6 Capitol Attack

All In with Chris Hayes

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Security and Intelligence Failures Led to January 6 Capitol Attack

"Today the senate released a new report finding the capitol. Police leadership did not act on warnings. That trump supporters tried to breach the capital leading. One officer tells senate investigators quote we. Were ill prepared. We were not informed with intelligence. We were betrayed. There's also a lot. The report does not cover as washington. Post greg sargent points out quote. It does not officially described the attack as insurrection instead opting for the word attack and avoids a frank discussion of the role played by one donald. J trump sarah gary. Peters of michigan is the chair of the senate homeland security committee. One of the committees published that report and he joins me now senator. What was the scope of this report. What was the sort of task before your committees. The scope is was limited right from the start. It was bipartisan. A look at what exactly happened on january six in terms of security failures. And why did those failures Car and what sort of changes need to occur to make sure that that ever happens again. And that the capitalist secure the men and women who work in the capital are secure and that our democracy is secure to prevent an attack on the capitol building but it was focused on just those days events. we looked at Intelligence and saw obviously failures in intelligence also saw failures from the leadership of the capitol. Police although i wanna be clear and certainly you're opening showed it vividly that the men and women the frontline men and women who are. They're defending the capital. We're heroes but they were let down by their leadership. It was clear in our investigation that there wasn't a plan in fact during the attack. You'll have officers that. Were on the radio. Saying where's the plan. Who has a plan. Put them in a horrible position and also problems with getting the national guard here and the fact that there needed to be more effective planned up front so we were focused on that we wanted to get a plant a report out that has specific recommendations. That could be acted on very quickly. There are twenty recommendations in this report and we hope to get those in place as quickly as

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Believe with all my heart. It was the right choice to make. Joseph Blount appeared before the Senate Homeland Security Committee. The Justice Department was able to recover much of the ransom by a vote of 68 to 32. The Senate has passed a measure that is intended to boost the country's ability to compete with Chinese technology, authorizing about $190 billion to strengthen technology and research. Vice President Harris now in Mexico. Talking immigration can't say you care about the border without caring about the root causes. Those causes, she says, includes Central American populations that are poor and dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes as well as the pandemic. Yesterday, the administration said it will donate a half million vaccines to Guatemala. America is listening to Fox News. And now the lens of liberty. Here's Helen Kribel in Historic Church in Warrenton, Virginia, is a landmark recognized by a 65 ft steeple but 130 years weather if not been good to that staple, which was writing and falling apart, the congregation raised enough money to have the steeple replaced with an exact replica. Made of fiberglass, so it would be maintenance free. But the city blocked the replacement, demanding the church spend over $262,000 to rebuild the steeple with specific kinds of wood. They should have looked through the lens of liberty and realize that church was none of the government's business. A town government has important duties, such as maintaining roads. But their duties do not include micro managing people's people's Go to Lens of liberty, not Oh, argh! You won't believe what you hear. No trace every precious product every step of the way with the Blockchain built for business, the IBM cloud Cloud for business Lord.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Harris speaking right now in Mexico, she says migration is a complicated issue. And the U. S has to be from legal pathways for people to enter the country and the White House tonight, reportedly pulling the plug on bipartisan infrastructure talks with some key Republicans President Biden now looking for other possible avenues for bipartisanship. 10 months after the capital riot a Senate report out this week is describing sweeping failures. Details from the AP Soccer Megane. The report lays out breakdowns within several intelligence agencies and the Capitol police a series of missteps that allowed rioters to violently forced their way inside. It's the first bipartisan review of the insurrection and maybe the last. It comes two weeks after Senate Republicans blocked the bipartisan commission to investigate the insurrection. The report does not even call it insurrection nor looks at its root causes, including then President Trump's call for supporters to fight like hell. The Senate Homeland Security committees chairs says the report will allow for some immediate security improvements, but acknowledges it does not answer some bigger questions. Soccer Megane Washington Also on the hill today, Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount, testifying before the Senate Homeland Security Committee, saying authorizing that multi million dollar payment to hackers was the right thing to do. Even though authorities discouraged it. It was the hardest decision I've made in my 39 years in the energy industry. And I know how critical our pipeline is to the country and I put the interests of the country First panel chair Gary Peters saying the U. S has to protect against these kinds of cyber attacks that shut down the pipeline. Make no mistake. If we do not step up our cyber security readiness The consequences will be severe. The ransomware attack on colonial pipeline affected millions of Americans. The next time, but incident like this happens. Unfortunately, it could be even worse and closer to home. Speaking of RANSOMWARE attacks, the Steamship Authority tonight now saying you can make and change your reservation by calling up their Mashpee reservation office say they are extending hours so they can try to help more people out there trying to recover from that attack last week, they too, were hacked. Some credit card access is also available now at terminals and parking lots, But they say,.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Talks stalled. I'm Lisa was Sarah Fox News Negotiations have broken down between President Biden and a group of Republican senators trying to reach a deal on infrastructure, West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito says in a phone call with President Biden. He ended infrastructure negotiations, a result of Republican who was leading GOP talks called disappointing. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki says the president did speak with members of a bipartisan group of 20 lawmakers. That's an effort. Wyoming Republican John Barr. Also doubts will succeed. I think it will be very difficult for Joe Biden to get 60 votes Working with this G 20 disagreements persist between Republicans in the White House over the size and scope of infrastructure needs and how to pay for new spending. On Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern, Fox News, CEO of Colonial Pipeline, says he did the right thing by paying a group of hackers based in Russia who breached his company's computer system, forcing the shutdown of a major pipeline get the information closely held because we were concerned about operational safety and security. We wanted to stay focused on getting the pipeline back up and running. Believe with all my heart. It was the right choice to make. Joseph Blatt appeared before the Senate Homeland Security Committee. The Justice Department was able to recover much of the ransom by a vote of 68 to 32. The Senate has passed a measure that is intended to boost the country's ability to compete with Chinese technology, authorizing about $190 billion to strengthen technology and research. Vice President Harris now in Mexico. Talking immigration can't say you care about the border without caring about the root causes. Those causes, she says, includes Central American populations that are poor and dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes as well as the pandemic. Yesterday, the administration said it will donate a half million vaccines to Guatemala. America is listening to Fox News. 63 and news Radio one. Oh 55. W we are C two suspects are now charged in connection with the crime in Hoover that led to a chase. Police say the pair robbed a vehicle at gunpoint at the park at Hoover apartment complex. An officer spotted the vehicle on Lorna Road and attempted to stop it, but the suspects refused to pull over. Instead jumping onto I 65 officers pursued the vehicle Two wins. Lee had arrested 18 year old Tyrone Jordan and 17 year old Elijah rocket there now charged with robbery. Congressman Gary Palmer announcing the winner of his district annual congressional art competition. Ana Robbins attends Evangel Christian school. Next news at 6 30 now more Michael Berry. Jim Farraday on NewsRadio one Oh 55. W E. R C It's that time, time time lock and load. Michael very show is on the air. Okay? June is national Gay Pride Month. And I have a.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Talks stalled. I'm Lisa was Sarah Fox News Negotiations have broken down between President Biden and a group of Republican senators trying to reach a deal on infrastructure, West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito says in a phone call with President Biden. He ended infrastructure negotiations, a result. The Republican who was leading GOP talks called disappointing. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president did speak with members of a bipartisan group of 20 lawmakers. That's an effort. Wyoming Republican John Barr. Also doubts will succeed. I think it will be very difficult for Joe Biden to get 60 votes Working with this G 20 disagreements persist between Republicans in the White House over the size and scope of infrastructure needs and how to pay for new spending. On Capitol Hill. Jared How Bernie Fox News, CEO of Colonial Pipeline, says he did the right thing by paying a group of hackers based in Russia who breached his company's computer system, forcing the shutdown of a major pipeline get the information closely held because we were concerned about operational safety and security. We wanted to stay focused on getting the pipeline back up and running. Believe with all my heart. It was the right choice to me. Joseph Blatt appeared before the Senate Homeland Security Committee. The Justice Department was able to recover much of the ransom by a vote of 68 to 32. The Senate has passed a measure that is intended to boost the country's ability to compete with Chinese technology, authorizing about $190 billion to strengthen technology and research. Vice President Harris now in Mexico. Talking immigration can't say you care about the border without caring about the route classes. Those causes, she says, includes Central American populations that are poor and dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes as well as the pandemic. Yesterday, the administration said it will donate a half million vaccines.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Talks stalled. I'm Lisa HLA Sarah Fox News Negotiations have broken down between President Biden and a group of Republican senators trying to reach a deal on infrastructure, West Virginia Senator Shelley Moore Capito says. That's an effort. Wyoming Republican John Barr. Also doubts will succeed. I think it will be very difficult for Joe Biden to get 60 votes Working with this G 20 disagreements persist between Republicans in the White House over the size and scope of infrastructure needs and how to pay for new spending. On Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern, Fox News, CEO of Colonial Pipeline, says he did the right thing by paying a group of hackers based in Russia who breached his company's computer system, forcing the shutdown of a major pipeline get the information closely held because we were concerned about operational safety and security. We wanted to stay focused on getting the pipeline back up and running. Believe with all my heart. It was the right choice to make Joseph Loud appeared before the Senate Homeland Security Committee, the Justice Department was able to recover much of the ransom by a vote of 68 to 32. The Senate has passed a measure that is intended to boost the country's ability to compete with Chinese technology, authorizing about $190 billion to strengthen technology and research. Vice President Harris now in Mexico. Talking immigration can't say you care about the border without caring about the root causes. Those causes, she says, includes Central American populations that are poor and dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes as well as the pandemic. Yesterday, the administration said it will donate a half million vaccines to Guatemala. America is listening to Fox News. Everybody. Jay Farner here CEO of rocket, mortgage and rocket companies. Last year, we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. In fact, over one million homeowners took advantage of refinancing or buying a new home with rocket mortgage. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase again, and.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Did send deputies there today to start to talk to the homeless will tell you the whole story Coming up Next China Ken K. F I Deborah Marquez. News charges have been filed in Orange County against a couple arrested for the murder of a six year old boy during a road rage shooting. An orange agent. Leo's, was killed last month while riding in his mother's car. The accused shooter, Marcus Has been charged with murder and shooting into an occupied car. His girlfriend who was driving is facing a felony charge of being an accessory after the fact when Lee is also charged with a misdemeanor for having a gun concealed in the car. Three young girls have been killed in another girl has been injured in a hit and run in the high desert. The CHP says. All four pedestrians were juveniles and two of the girls were in wheelchairs, investigators say Around 10 Saturday night, the four girls were heading north on Camp Rock Road when a white 2002 Chevy Silverado hit the group from behind, the CHP says Then the driver and passenger got out of the truck and ran off. Three of the girls one as young as 11 were killed. The fourth was taken to a hospital with severe injuries. Cops say it's not clear if drugs or alcohol was a factor. Investigators are asking anyone with information to call the CHP Corbyn Carson KFT News, The CEO of Colonial Pipeline has testified to the Senate Homeland Security Committee about last month's cyberattack on the gas supply line. Joe Blount says it's important to realize cyber attacks are a constantly updating moving target. This threat grows every day. The sophistication of this threat grows every day, so Let's make sure that we're keeping our eye on that. The Justice Department says it has recovered more than $2 million of the ransom that was paid to hacking group Dark side members of the White House. Covid 19 response Teams say 13 states have reached 70% of adults with at least one vaccination shot. Every state has the ability to do what has been done in these 13 states. That's where last week we launched the national month of action to help more states reached that milestone and get more people vaccinated. Senior White House COVID advisor Andy Slavitt says uber.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on AP News

"A whole period of time several months where nothing was going before the court except for emergency hearings. So if I do, I wanted to go to the court to say I want to change my visits. We didn't even have that option available to us. You don't know if they're going to miss you. They're gonna forget about you. And then you miss out on you missed out on everything. First steps. First words, Um, first facial expression. You know you miss all that you don't get and you don't get it back. I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute on Capitol Hill, the CEO of the Colonial Pipeline, Joseph Blount. Said he did the right thing when he paid millions of dollars to hackers who had shut down the pipeline. It was the hardest decision I made in my 39 years in the energy industry. And I know how critical our pipeline is to the country and I put the interests of the country first. Blount said he was worried about what would happen if the pipeline shutdown went on. We already started this seat. Pandemonium going on in the markets, people doing unsafe things like filling garbage bags full of gasoline or people fist fighting in line. At the the fuel part, Blount faced the Senate Homeland Security Committee, one day after the Justice Department revealed it had recovered the majority of the $4.4 million ransom payment the company made in hopes of getting the system back online. The attack has been attributed to a Russia based gang of cybercriminals using the dark side ransomware variant. I'm.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC News I'm Sherry Preston, the CEO of the Colonial pipeline is on Capitol Hill, testifying before the Senate Homeland Security Committee. About last month's cyberattack ABC. Elizabeth Scholesy is in Washington with more. In testimony to the Senate Homeland Security Committee. Colonial Pipeline CEO Joe Blount defended his decision to pay the hacking group dark Side $4.4 million in ransom. It was the hardest decision I've made in my 39 years in the energy industry. And I know how critical our pipeline is to the country and I put the interests of the country. First. The Justice Department announced Monday it had recovered about $2.3 million of the ransom payment, which was made using Bitcoin Elizabeth ALS, the ABC News Washington Transnational Criminal Network disrupted by the FBI, the criminals thought they were using an encrypted messaging app to communicate with one another. It turns out the system was developed by the FBI. And it let agents read millions of lines of communication. The result. $48 million in cash and cryptocurrencies, along with hundreds of firearms and more than 50 luxury cars seized Stunning 32 tons of cocaine and other drugs also confiscated. The FBI secretly got into communication business, distributing more than 12,000 devices to more than 300 criminal syndicates operating in more than 100 countries, ABC News chief Law and Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. The Bush continues to vaccinate 70% of adults in the US with at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine by the fourth of July, But some states are lagging behind Southern states like Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana show the challenge officials face in states with.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WTOP

"Federal authorities have recovered most of the $4 million in crypto currency. That colonial pipeline paid hackers in a massive ransomware attack and we're learning a bit about how they Did it. Since last year. We've been pursuing an investigation into dark side, a Russia based cyber crime group, FBI deputy director Paul Abate dark side had targeted more than 90 victims and after the colonial pipeline, Haque deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said. They got their break after colonial pipelines. Quick notification to law enforcement, the Department of Justice has found and recaptured the majority of the ransom Colonial paid. They found the money in a virtual currency wallet. It's not the first time stuff Things like this has happened. But given who was involved in it, this time was significant. JJ Green w T o P News Meantime, Colonials chief executive will be on Capitol Hill this week. Testifying before Congress CEO Joseph Blount is expected to detail his company's response to the cyber attack and his decision to authorize that multi million dollar payment. Plant speaks to the Senate Homeland Security Committee today will return tomorrow to go before the House Homeland Security Committee Vice President Kamala Harris is closing out her first foreign trip today in Mexico. With a meeting with Mexico's president key but complicated ally and the vibe the administration's efforts to curb the spike of migration of the U. S border and while President Andres Manuel Lopez Lopez opened or previously committed that the US could count on Mexico to help address the issue of irregular migration, he has also blamed President Biden in the past for the increase in migration at the border. Going through the belongings of a family member who has died. That can be a sad and nostalgic thing. But in one case, it turned out to be potentially explosive. Their dad was a World war two veterans was going through some of this old belongings and discovered Grenade and mortar rounds. Pete, parent of Montgomery County fires has 911 call alerted the bomb squad who consulted with the Military Explosive Ordinance unit based on the information that was provided they conducted..

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Senate Report Details Sweeping Failures Around Jan. 6 Attack

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Senate Report Details Sweeping Failures Around Jan. 6 Attack

"A little more than five months after the capital riot a Senate report he's describing sweeping failures around the attack the report lays out breakdowns within several intelligence agencies and the capitol police a series of missteps that allowed riders to violently forced their way inside it's the first bipartisan review of the insurrection and may be the last it comes two weeks after Senate Republicans blocked a bipartisan commission to investigate the insurrection the report does not even call it insurrection nor it looks at its root causes including van president trump's call for supporters to fight like hell the Senate homeland security committees chair says the report will allow for some immediate security improvements but it knowledge is it does not answer some big questions Sager made Ghani Washington

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Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Far Fewer Young Migrants Are in Border Patrol Custody

"Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says that border patrol custody of young migrants has declined dramatically. NPR's Claudia Chrysalis reports that secretary My Orcas attributes that to changes made by the Biden administration secretary. My Orkest told the Senate Homeland Security Committee that fewer than 500 young migrants were in Border patrol custody this week, compared to nearly 6000 in late March. The challenge is not behind us. The results are dramatic. But Ohio GOP Senator Rob Portman noted the unaccompanied minors have been moved to health and human services facilities. I'm glad Customs and border protection is moved Children to HHS again. These Children have only been moved from one federal agency to another. My Yorkis conceded that there is much more work to be done. Claude agree

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Capitol defenders blame bad intelligence for deadly breach

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Capitol defenders blame bad intelligence for deadly breach

"The officials who were in charge of capital security during last month's riot are blaming bad intelligence for the breach in their first public testimony since the insurrection there was a lot of finger pointing at federal agencies and each other X. capitol police chief Steven son says the invasion wasn't his agency's fault none of the intelligence we received predicted what actually occurred son says he had not seen an F. B. I. report a day earlier warning of a potential war at the capitol during the first of what will likely be many congressional probes into what happened that day Senate homeland security committee chair Gary Peters says lawmakers have a duty to insist on changes and prevent another attack the January sixth attack marked a once in a lifetime failure Sager made Donnie Washington

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Senate confirms Antony Blinken as secretary of state

Rush Limbaugh

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Senate confirms Antony Blinken as secretary of state

"Less than its signing off on the president's nominee for secretary of state President Biden's choice for top diplomat, One bipartisan support Antony Blinken has been confirmed Secretary of State by the Senate with a 78 22 vote. Blinking is a veteran of the State Department, previously serving his deputy secretary of state and deputy National security advisor during the Obama administration. President Biden plans to re orient U. S foreign policy already rejoining the Paris climate accord and signaling an openness to re engaging with Iran in the international nuclear deal. The Senate's Homeland Security Committee also advanced Alejandro Mayorkas, his nomination to lead the Department of Homeland Security. Setting up a full Senate

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"President Biden today, signing an executive order that lifts the Pentagon's ban on transgender people serving in the military President Trump had put that order in place doing was enabling all qualified Americans served their country in uniform. Essentially restoring the situations against me. Forward Chan transgender personnel qualified and every other way. Serve government in the United States. Military Ohio Senator Rob Portman will not seek reelection next year. The Republican has been in the Senate for a decade. He also served in the House and is the top GOP member on the Senate Homeland Security Committee. In Indiana teenager believed to be involved with a mass shooting that left six people dead, is in custody. The Indianapolis Metro Police Department says Detectives identified and arrested a juvenile suspect early this morning. It comes after they found five people, including a pregnant woman and her unborn child shot dead at a home Sunday morning. Louisville man accused of killing his mother is facing more charges for an incident at the jail. Here's Will Clark Kindred Kinamore was already in metro corrections accused of killing his mother, Tracy Kenmore, inside of her cane run, rode home in December. He's charged with murder and domestic violence in that case. He's now charged with attempted murder and strangulation. After an incident inside of metro correction and arrest citation says that Kendrick Kinamore was caught on camera punching and kicking another man and then using his jail issued shirt to strangle the victim until he lost consciousness. Corrections officers had to use force to remove the shirt from Kenna more and we're able to separate the two men. Will Clark News Radio 8 40 wh s Governor Bashir's Koba 19 Briefing is coming up at four o'clock. I'm Paul Miles news. Radio. 8 40. Wh A. Yes. Thank.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The temperature. Police A Brady Fox News House Minority leader, Kevin McCarthy says he wants to discuss that with President elect Joe Biden and that he's reached out about working together to unite the country. Meantime, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been talking to the top military official Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley, about making sure President Trump can't take any military action, including using the nuclear codes. During his final days in office. She's also still pushing to cut short those remaining days, but says there's been no response from Vice President Mike Pence about invoking the 25th amendment President Trump announcing today he will not attend the inauguration, which hasn't happened in well over a century. The silly makes him the fourth president in history to not attend his successors Inauguration. The others were John Adams, John Quincy Adams. Andrew Johnson, Now is to Mike Pence. You know, we check with his office yesterday. They said that he hasn't officially been invited. But then we understand that as well that the Congressional Committee on the inauguration does not issue formal invitations. To the vice president because the vice president is always invited The inaugural fact boxes John Roberts at the White House there. The inaugural events had already been scaled back because of the pandemic. The first charges over Wednesday's attack at the Capitol of just been announced by federal prosecutors, one of the suspects, a delegate in the West Virginia legislature. Others charge so far, including man photographed in the House speaker's office. Two Senate panel's plan to probe security failures Top Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Rules and administration Committee, playing the hold hearings and conduct joint oversight of the violent intrusion of the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's counting of the electoral college votes. In a statement before lawmakers saying attack on the Capitol building.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Minority leader Kevin McCarthy says he wants to discuss that with President elect Joe Biden and that he's reached out about working together to unite the country. Meantime, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been talking to the top military official Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley, about making sure President Trump can't take any military action, including using the nuclear codes. During his final days in office. She's also still pushing to cut short those remaining days, but says there's been no response from Vice President Mike Pence about invoking the 25th amendment President Trump announcing today he will not attend the inauguration, which hasn't happened in well over a century. The silly makes him the fourth president in history to not attend his successors Inauguration. The others were John Adams, John Quincy Adams. Andrew Johnson, Now is to Mike Pence. You know, we checked with his office yesterday. They said that he hasn't officially been invited. But then we understand as well that the Congressional Committee on the inauguration does not issue formal invitations. To the vice president because the vice president is always invited The inaugural fact boxes John Roberts at the White House there. The inaugural events had already been scaled back because of the pandemic. The first charges over Wednesday's attack at the Capitol of just been announced by federal prosecutors, one of the suspects, a delegate in the West Virginia legislature. Others charge so far, including man photographed In the House speaker's office to Senate panel's plan to probe security failures The top Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Rules and administration Committee playing the hold hearings and conduct joint oversight of the violent intrusion of the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's counting of the electoral college votes. In a statement before lawmakers say an attack on the Capitol building is an attack on every American in the committees will work to make necessary reforms to.

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"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"senate homeland security committees" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Leader Kevin McCarthy says he wants to discuss that with President elect Joe Biden and that he's reached out about working together to unite the country. Meantime, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been talking to the top military official Joint Chiefs Chairman General Mark Milley, about making sure President Trump can't take any military action, including using the nuclear codes. During his final days in office. She's also still pushing to cut short those remaining days, but says there's been no response from Vice President Mike Pence about invoking the 25th amendment President Trump announcing today he will not attend the inauguration, which hasn't happened in well over a century. The silly makes him the fourth president in history to not attend his successors Inauguration. The others were John Adams, John Quincy Adams. Andrew Johnson, Now is to Mike Pence. You know, we check with his office yesterday. They said that he hasn't officially been invited. But then we understand that as well. That the Congressional Committee on the inauguration does not issue formal invitations to the vice president because the vice president is always invited the inaugural faxes John Roberts at the White House there, the inaugural events had already been scaled back because of the pandemic. The first charges over Wednesday's attack at the Capitol of just been announced by federal prosecutors, one of the suspects, a delegate in the West Virginia legislature. Others charge so far, including man photographed in the House speaker's office to Senate panel's plan to probe security failures The top Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Rules and administration Committee playing the hold hearings and conduct joint oversight of the violent intrusion of the U. S Capitol during Wednesday's counting of the electoral college votes. In a statement before lawmakers say an attack on the Capitol building is an attack on every American in the committees will work to make necessary reforms to ensure.

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Massive U.S. hack one of 'greatest intelligence failures of modern times'

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:19 min | 2 years ago

Massive U.S. hack one of 'greatest intelligence failures of modern times'

"We're following breaking news on the largest hack on the us government by a foreign adversary ever and their silence from the president. Politico was first reported. Nuclear weapons agency was reached a cyber attack. Russia is believed to have targeted multiple. Us government agencies including the pentagon security and treasury as well experts are saying the hack started six to nine months ago and the trump administration had no idea. It was happening the entire time. The new york times calling it among the greatest intelligence failures in modern times the greatest intelligence failures in modern times. Joining me now is center. Gary peters ranking member on the senate homeland. Security committee senator. Peter's thanks for joining us on this this is astounding to say the least. I have to say when this news broke over the weekend. It was shocking. The first question on my mouth was classified information they get a hold of. And then wow who knew it. Blew up to nine months of basically hacking our government systems. and now. we're learning this breaking news at a politico. The energy department national nuclear security administration have evidence that hackers accessed to their networks as part of an extensive espionage. What are you know about this that you can share a well. What i can say is that we still have to learn a lot more but to to your opening comments It's shocking. This is incredibly disturbing to have such a sophisticated breach that impacted so much of the federal government. The fact that they could get into these systems and be there for a long period of time It's gonna take some time to get a sense of what What is the extent of the what the information did they gather a. What was their intent that we have to get to the bottom of this and we have to do it too quickly because of Of what is at stake here. I know that there's different levels of classification of documents when it comes to the government Do we have any idea what level of classification to reach the we. I don't want to comment on that and we're still learning more about that. This is still this is again. This is a very sophisticated breach. This is the type of breach where cyber professionals Wake up in the middle of the night and are very worried. I can tell you that and we just have to get a better sense of exactly what happened. In part of part of the the action right now is so which is part of the department of homeland security which i am the ranking member of the committee that oversees They've got a directive out now to try to to stop any other attacks on the system so it's important for all of the government agencies to engaged in those activities and then basically them we have to set our threat hunters out. These are teams that will go out and get into these systems to get a sense If they're still a bad guys in there and get them out and then try to assess exactly what they did. So that's that's the process. That's going on right now on the being undertaken in an aggressive fashion. I mean at this point though. Do they even know what they're looking for. Considering the fact that these hackers were able to find a loophole in breach government documents How do they stop something. That they don't even know what they're looking for what it looks like well. It was discovered so they know what it looks like. They do have a directive To stop access bet which they're hoping that implements. So so that's being done and then we do the threat hunting. So we there. That's i was discovered And that once you know it's there then you've gotta look for it in other places. Which is what's happening right now. That it is fairly widespread does throughout the end. Perhaps not just federal government. We're also looking at the independent or private companies as well. This could be in the private sector. This was clearly a massive effort. It was very well orchestrated heavily resource and a true wakeup call do the vulnerabilities we have on our systems. We have to do a whole lot more to protect the systems. And i'll just say that in addition to protecting systems as important as that is we also have to have offensive capability and we have to punish folks who are engaged in this activity and once we know for sure who's behind it We need to let these folks know that this will not be tolerated and there will be consequences.

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Mike Pence to receive COVID-19 vaccine Friday; Joe Biden will get vaccinated as soon as next week

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Mike Pence to receive COVID-19 vaccine Friday; Joe Biden will get vaccinated as soon as next week

"Virus vaccine by the end of the week. Penn says plans to build vaccine confidence by rolling up a sleeve Friday morning in front of the TV cameras, President Trump has said it reportedly be holding off until the White House help team recommends it. President elect Joe Biden is expected to be vaccinated next week. The Senate Homeland Security Committee

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Senate panel authorizes subpoenas in Republican probe targeting Obama officials

Dana Loesch

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Senate panel authorizes subpoenas in Republican probe targeting Obama officials

"Dozens of subpoenas to former National Security and Justice Department officials about the probe into potential cooperation between Russia and the Trump campaign boxes. Jarod help earn Has this live a party line vote in the Republican led Senate Homeland Security Committee authorized subpoenas and depositions of more than three dozen former Obama administration officials The on Ly for Just information being used to interfere in this investigation has been induced by Democrats, not Republicans. Republican Chairman Ron Johnson subpoenas target justice and intelligence officials actions taken during the presidential transition period. The committee's top Democrat Gary Peters, calls it a partisan fishing expedition. A separate vote to authorize the subpoena is part of a committee investigation into Karisma Ukrainian energy company with ties The former vice president Joe Biden, son was called off Lisa Thanks

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

01:57 min | 2 years ago

Office of the Director of National Intelligence says it will cease in-person briefings

"The Office of the Director of National Intelligence will no longer briefed Congress in person on election security a move that house speaker, Nancy Pelosi, and intelligence chairman Adam Schiff called quote a betrayal of the public's right to know how foreign powers are trying to subvert our democracy. Joining me now is the chair of the Homeland Security Committee in the Senate Republican Senator, Ron, Johnson of Wisconsin and Mr. Chairman. Thank you so much. I I want to talk about what? Happened in Portland, we saw someone get killed overnight amid clashes there, and the president has been tweeting and re tweeting before dawn this morning he called for the Mayor of Portland to resign and be arrested. He painted protesters as thugs and cities. In chaos. You are the chairman as I mentioned of the Senate Homeland. Security Committee are you comfortable with the present appearing to inflame tensions instead of what we normally see from presidents, which is trying to calm them down. Maury Dan Listen I've been urging calm across the board particularly in light of what happened here in Kenosha but as I said in opening. Statement when we had the acting secretary well before my committee when when you encourage disdain for the police, you encourage criminals when you do little or nothing to stop rioting. You encourage anarchy. So when you're encouraging criminals and anarchy. People's lives are lost you have more more and more destruction more and more violence. So what we need, we need to get control of the situation and until we until we do, we're going to have more violence we're going to have unfortunately. Prep trenchantly more loss of life. So we need to get control the situation we need to encourage calm an here's something else we need to do. We need to figure out what we do all agree on and we share the same goal. We all want to save prosperous and secure America in states and communities. Let's concentrate on those areas of grievance. That's that's how we achieved the unity everybody says they want

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Senators Grill Postmaster General Over USPS Changes

WBZ Afternoon News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Senators Grill Postmaster General Over USPS Changes

"US Postmaster general took the hot seat today in a virtual Senate hearing. The hearing comes as the Trump Administration comes under fire for changes to the financially strapped postal service just months out from a general election that's relying on mail in voting because of the pandemic. After a human has more from Capitol Hill, the postmaster general told lawmakers he has not spoken to the president about the U. S Postal Service. His testimony supporting mail in voting stood in contrast to recent remarks from President Trump. We can't let this happen to our country. It's called universal melons. This will be The greatest catastrophe one of the greatest catastrophes in the history of our country. That's how serious it is. Earlier this week, the president also lashed out at Senate Homeland Security Committee Republicans for holding the hearing just days before the Republican National Convention. Enjoy scheduled to take the hot seat again on Monday, this time before a Democrat led House

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Report: Oligarchs skirt US sanctions through shady art sales

America First

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Report: Oligarchs skirt US sanctions through shady art sales

"You said it. Reports as Russian oligarchs are using art auctions to get around. US Sanctions report comes after two years of study by the Senate Homeland Security Committee is permanent subcommittee on investigations. It's those Russian oligarchs had been using shell corporations and poor accountability between our houses to wheel and deal and high value art subcommittee chairman Senator Rob Portman says. A bipartisan report quote demonstrates a Russian oligarchs have used the secrecy of the art industry to evade US sanctions, a tool employed by both Democrat and Republican administrations to pressure foreign governments against bad behavior. But Wagner

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Ron Johnson vows to force Burisma-related subpoena vote amid Dem opposition

Frank Beckmann

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Ron Johnson vows to force Burisma-related subpoena vote amid Dem opposition

"Senator Ron Johnson plans to move forward with the vote this week on a subpoena in his probe of hunter Biden and the Ukrainian gas company charisma correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story the chairman of the Senate homeland security committee says the committee will vote Wednesday despite objections from Senate Democrats senator Johnson is said to be months into a broad investigation part of which touches on hunter Biden's work on the board of Ukrainian energy company to respond his father's former vice president Joe Biden who is seeking the democratic presidential nomination Democrats claim senator Johnson's efforts are politically motivated something Johnson

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Romney to support Johnson subpoena in Burisma probe

Sean Hannity

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Romney to support Johnson subpoena in Burisma probe

"And Utah Republican senator Mitt Romney says he plans to vote to support a subpoena to investigate charisma of the Ukrainian energy company with ties to hunter Biden the son of former vice president Joe Biden who is now a democratic presidential candidate Romney had expressed concerns about the subpoena issued the Senate homeland security committee but now says he will

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Republicans lean into Biden probe as he surges in Democratic primary

The Young Turks

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Republicans lean into Biden probe as he surges in Democratic primary

"Is a target rich environment not just based on the things that he said but you also have to consider the impeachment investigation that just took place of obviously the impeachment of Donald Trump and the accusations that were lodged against the Biden's as a result of that impeachment investigation. Now we're learning and this was definitely expected. We're learning through politico that Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman. Ron Johnson told reporters that he is likely to release an interim report within one to two months on his panels probe of Hunter Biden's ties to Ukrainian Gas Company. Brisman and then he was quoted as saying there are questions that Joe Biden has not adequately answered and if I were a Democrat primary voter I'd WanNa see these questions satisfactorily answered before I cast my final vote and then Representative Jim Hines is You know irritated by this. Because he feels that it's a political move because of course of course it's a political move and you should of known that this was coming. He was quoted as saying after hearing nothing about Barista over the course of the last couple of weeks. The Republicans will revive it in a perfect demonstration of what this means to them which is to be a Cudgel to beat Joe Biden with. Yes exactly exactly. How did you guys not see this coming as your propping up your beloved establishment candidate who is going to keep the status quo? Keep the system that you all love enjoy so much Just keep in mind that he has weaknesses that you're totally discounting. They know who their rivals are. They know Republicans are capable of and yet over and over again. They prop up these incredibly. We candidates that will undoubtedly lose the general election to Donald Trump.

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Trump Meets Parkland Families to Discuss School Safety

Rush Limbaugh

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Meets Parkland Families to Discuss School Safety

"President trump is expected to announce a new school safety measure this afternoon wall meeting with many of the parkland family members MST dad Ryan petty confirms the announcement will be associated with recommendations from the federal school safety commission fellow parkland dad mac Schachter testified last summer in front of the Senate homeland security committee that all schools should have access to federal school safety best practices all of the hundred and thirty nine thousand K. through twelve schools in this country each principle has to now become an expert in door locks access control cameras it cetera right get Berg who lost his daughter in the tragedy was not invited last week he was escorted out of the state of the union after yelling at the president Eric Rodriguez newsradio six ten

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GOP dismisses Trump's Ukraine call as Democrats compare it to a 'mob shakedown'

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

GOP dismisses Trump's Ukraine call as Democrats compare it to a 'mob shakedown'

"House Democrats a president trump comes across like a mob boss in a summary of a phone call last July with the president of Ukraine we have the present United States. engaged in a shakedown of a foreign president house intelligence committee chairman Democrat Adam Schiff reacting the president trump asking for help investigating former vice president Joe Biden Senate homeland security committee chairman Republican Ron Johnson says here at nothing of concern I think this house is way over there Steve's doors what they've where they've gone with us in the acting director of national intelligence is scheduled to testify for lawmakers tomorrow about the whistle blowers

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Trump border official says frustrated by judge ruling blocking asylum ban

Sean Hannity

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Trump border official says frustrated by judge ruling blocking asylum ban

"A federal judge's ruling to restore the nation wide band blocking the trump administration's role that aims to block nearly all asylum claims at the border San Francisco based district judge John tiger had previously issued the nationwide injunction but the ninth US circuit court of appeals narrowed it to California and Arizona acting customs chief mark Morgan says the numbers of border apprehensions are still on a downward track N. B. C.'s Halle Jackson attended Morgan's White House briefing today where he said numbers are down and as he put it he sees it as their down dramatically typically there is remember seasonal drop essentially the numbers went from eighty two thousand to sixty four thousand over the period of about a month or two Morgan says the administration has been forced to take action to deal with an unprecedented crisis on the southern border the Senate homeland security committee today held a field hearing New York at the national September eleventh memorial and museum head of the tragedies eighteenth anniversary former homeland security secretary Michael Chertoff Janet Nepal Tano and Jay Johnson testified before the committee this is the polisario threats against our homeland are not static they evolve and we in the department must adapt with them. I want Congress to ban high capacity magazines and assault weapons and an act universal background

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