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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on AP News
"At least a dozen lawmakers Democrats and Republicans have ties to organizations that receive some of the $659000000000 from the paycheck protection program meant for federal coronavirus aid that's according to newly released government data under pressure from Congress and outside groups the trump administration disclosed some recipients car dealerships owned by Republican house members Roger Williams Vern Buchanan and Mike Kelly receive money so did a fast food franchise owned by Republican Kevin Hearn a law firm owned by the husband of democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen and the former law firm of democratic representative Matt Cartwright which employs his wife members of Congress and their families are not barred from receiving loans under the PPP and there is no evidence they receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker
Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits
"At least a dozen lawmakers Democrats and Republicans have ties to organizations that receive some of the six hundred and fifty nine billion dollars from the paycheck protection program meant for federal coronavirus aid that's according to newly released government data under pressure from Congress and outside groups the trump administration disclosed some recipients car dealerships owned by Republican house members Roger Williams Vern Buchanan and Mike Kelly receive money so did a fast food franchise owned by Republican Kevin Hearn a law firm owned by the husband of democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen and the former law firm of democratic representative Matt Cartwright which employs his wife members of Congress and their families are not barred from receiving loans under the PPP and there is no evidence they receive special treatment I'm Julie Walker
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WTOP
"S. the data were leaked by C. P. B. recruiter Roman ones can see and then the email he wrote after the event addressed to everyone who participated in the career fair the email followed up with information about how to begin a career in law enforcement but also include a spreadsheet that contained that personal information from the students now the university student publication the rival American first reported the breach and said the league raised concerns about the risks posed to students who are living on document she B. B. says the leak was a mistake it says the agency is investigating all of this ten thirty four a sharply divided Senate tonight confirmed Texas Republican congressman John Ratcliffe as director of national intelligence let's get the report from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Michelle Miller the vote was forty nine forty four the closest Senate vote ever for a president's choice to become the D. N. II Radcliffe has been a strong supporter of president trump an Oregon Democrat Ron Wyden questions whether he'll be able to speak truth to power he has and will misrepresent and politicized intelligence without a moment's hesitation but the Republican lawmaker who has served on the house intelligence committee and who made a comeback after his nomination was initially withdrawn has the support of long time GOP senator Chuck Grassley I want to congratulate that congressman on a job well done on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news president trump's former personal attorney has been released from prison as part of an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus in federal prisons Michael Cohen had been scheduled to stay in prison until November twenty twenty one he will serve the rest of the sentence in home confinement CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley it's hard to imagine a pandemic is having any beneficiaries but two that come to mind would be Paul man afford him Michael Collins they are now I would of prison and serving their sentences is true one percenters in the luxuries of their Manhattan condos Cohen arrived at his apartment in Manhattan today he removed boxes of legal documents from a car trunk and the uniformed doorman at the luxury residence carried them into the lobby on a luggage cart ten thirty six twenty twenty on WTOP Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's has been asked by the presumptive democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden to agree to be vetted for consideration as his running mate New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen was asked as well but she declined Florida congresswoman Val Demings confirmed today that she was asked to be vetted and reports say New Hampshire's other senator Maggie Hasin was as well Biden has said he is considering about a dozen women for the vice presidential slot ten thirty six you're on WTOP still to come some good news for parents with young kids looking to get back to work in Maryland the last few months have taught us what's important in life it's also taught us what we need to eliminate or change it's the.
Biden's search for a running mate is underway
"Joe Biden's presidential campaign is shifting into another gear with the search for a running mate getting under way corresponded Bo Erickson reports the list is narrowing sources familiar with the process tell CBS news one of the most notable asks is to one of his former democratic presidential primary rivals Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's CBS news can also confirm that New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen was asked by biting to be vetted but she has declined to move forward Biden says he expects the vetting process to take five to
Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo vetting to be running mate
"Hard Joe Biden search for a woman to fill out the democratic presidential ticket is moving into a new phase CBS's bill Rakoff with the latest CBS news can confirm the Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar was asked by the biting campaign to undergo vetting for potential running mates slot also confirm that new Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen was also asked but she declined to move forward previously Biden said his list of women politicians he's considering is around a
Dems thwart Senate Republicans on 2 abortion-related bills
"Today sharp rebuke from Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is blasting Senate Republicans for focusing on to anti abortion bills during the corona virus outbreak he says there's room for both parties to meet in the middle and come together to protect women New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen a Democrat telling WBZ newsradio these bills are divisive to the corpus legislation is unnecessary and designed to drive a wedge between women and their doctors the fact is women should have access to reproductive healthcare that was guaranteed under roe V. Wade it's important for women to make decisions in conjunction with their doctors and their families the government Mitch McConnell Donald Trump should not be making these decisions the bills restrict late term abortions and also impose criminal penalties on doctors who perform those procedures another one of the bills requiring doctors to try to save the life of any baby born after an
Pentagon IDs 2 Airmen Killed in Afghanistan Crash
"A Hudson New Hampshire resident is one of two people killed when an Air Force plane crash this week in Afghanistan the defense department says captain Ryan fan F. was on board the plane when it went down in Ghazni province southwest of Kabul on Monday the cause of the crash is under investigation senator Jeanne Shaheen says fan of made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our
Airman From Hudson, NH Killed In Plane Crash In Afghanistan
"A Hudson New Hampshire resident is one of two people killed when an Air Force plane crash this week in Afghanistan the defense department says captain Ryan fan F. was on board the plane when it went down in Ghazni province southwest of Kabul on Monday the cause of the crash is under investigation senator Jeanne Shaheen says fan of made the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of our
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Police chief will join New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen in Washington next week for the president's state of the union address cheap Michael caravan has been raising awareness of the mental health challenges faced by first responders they deal with stress and trauma on the job every single day now the chief took the reins on dealing with this once taboo topic following the tragic suicide in the fall of the national police captain the goal is to shine a light and a spotlight and take away the stigma of talking about problems before it's too late blue help a Massachusetts nonprofit says a record number of law enforcement officers died by suicide across the country last year and Bristol county started giving schools copies of a new book dealing with substance abuse in the family WBZ's Madison Rogers with more Henry a yellow lemon tree in Norton is the first to get the book written by substance abuse counselor Laura Washington called a sickness you can't see printable Martin gegen says the book fills a specific need for Washington and said to me that many of the stories that the department was even handing out to kids and families really just kind of came up with this happy ending and it doesn't always work that way the books are in the hands of school counselor Kim Fulton who can go over the story with kids whose families are struggling with addiction that will be a crisis is just horrific and a lot of these people that are suffering from addiction to pass away and they leave behind kids and we have to remember that there are also a part of that and they need help with counseling and getting help going through this it's a family disease in Norton Madison Rogers WBZ Boston's news radio Boston is one of the additional airports now on the list of those that will be screening passengers arriving from Wuhan China that is the epicenter of the corona virus ABC Jim Ryan tells us they're screening to keep it from spreading here according to the centers for disease control and prevention twenty four hundred in bound.
Sen. Shaheen Calls On President Trump To Apologize For Downplaying Injuries In Missile Attack
"To senator Jeanne Shaheen calling on president trump to apologize for down playing injuries suffered by U. S. service members and I've been rainy and missile attack the president previously said I've been told the injuries were headaches and a couple of other things that were not very serious gene called the remarks ignorant said the president owes an apology the Pentagon says thirty four U. S. service members suffer dramatic brain injuries during the January eighth attack on a military base
Trump announces death of ISIS leader in US raid
"The leader of ISIS dieted during a daring and dangerous raid by US troops in Syria overnight president trump telling the world about the attack this morning CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey with details a car I'll but Daddy is dead the president and top White House officials gathered in the situation room at five PM eastern time yesterday to watch the raid on al Baghdadi easy it lives Syria compound begin the thug who tried so hard to intimidate others spent his last moments in utter fear Mr trump says US forces who already had al Baghdatis DNA with them didn't on site test to confirm his identity after he killed himself had three children by detonating a suicide vest in the tunnel Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington during his news conference the president repeated his stand on his decision to pull troops out of Syria with some remaining to secure oil fields the oil is you know so valuable for many reasons if you're old isis number one number two it helps the Kurds because it's basically been taken away from the Kurds they were able to live with that oil and number three you can help us because we should be able to take some also and vice president Mike pence on CBS's face the nation with his reaction to the raid in Syria it was incredible to be in the situation room and to see this unfold in real time as our special forces were on the ground to see their professionalism over a period of two hours your answers senator Jeanne Shaheen a member of the Senate foreign relations and armed services committees issued a statement saying the death of al Baghdadi is a triumph for our nation's anti terrorism efforts it is a testament to the persistence of expertise of our military and intelligence services himself Albert Dolly has American blood on his hands including journalist James Foley of New Hampshire killed by terrorists in two thousand
Official, Miller And Muller discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"The house Judiciary Committee has subpoena to former trump associates as it continues to look into whether the president's obstructed justice relative to the special counsel Robert bottles Russia probe Natalie Andrews is a reporter with the Wall Street journal it's two names that should be familiar and took him to people who followed the twenty sixteen campaign a Corey Lewandowski who was the campaign manager for a short time and then Mister rich Dearborn who was in a top official in the White House when trump first took office so these two people are quoted extensively through the Muller report both talked to the Miller team and are part of it and danske who is from New Hampshire is hinted that he's considering a challenge to New Hampshire democratic senator Jeanne Shaheen next
Corey Lewandowski "seriously considering" a run for Senate in New Hampshire
"Corey Lewandowski is reportedly looking at a possible U. S. Senate run next year loaned us he is a Republican he said to be considering a challenge to incumbent democratic New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen it's not known when lo and ask you might make it official president trump is scheduled to hold a rally in Manchester New Hampshire on August
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"But of course, I'm living in opposite world where nothing fucking make sense anymore. Then there was that moment today when the attorney general accused the intelligence community of spying his word on Donald Trump's presidential campaign. It came in response to questioning from Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire for the same reason. We're worried about foreign influence elections. We wanna make sure that. During elect spying on a political buying deal too. Big deal generation, I grew up in which is the Vietnam war period. People were all concerned about spying on antiwar people and so forth by the government. And there were a lot of rules put in place to make sure that there's an adequate basis so anyway. His voices as grading dumps. Okay. So there's a bar saying that it was. That they were spying. Well, Bryan shots. Senator from Hawaii followed up by asking if maybe he wants to change his choice of words do want to reframe what you're doing because I think the word spying could cause everybody in the cable news ecosystem to freak out. And I think it's necessary for you to be precise with your language here. You normally are I want to give you a chance to be especially precise here. I'm not sure of all the. Kind of -tations of that word that you're referring to but unauthorized surveillance. I'm gonna make sure there was no road surveillance. Yeah. Maybe those words first unauthorized surveillance, which it wasn't on authorized it was completely authorized, but that's besides the point you accused the intelligence community of spying using that very word. You are an obstruction of Justice Bill bar needs to be impeached. Actually, he never should have been confirmed and Democrats had more. Senators he wouldn't have been that's why it's imperative that Democrats take back the Senate in addition to the White House in twenty twenty we need to put the Republicans out to pasture where they're belong. All right. So let's go a little into what happened yesterday. So that's when Barr appeared before the house appropriations committee, and he told them that he'll release a redacted version of the mullahs report within a week. I guess it's going to be our tax day surprise. He said that the public version of the report will be redacted to conceal grand jury information, which by the way, he could have. Released if he would go to court and ask a judge to allow it to be released as has been done many times in the past. He refuses to do that. So the public version of the report will be word acted conceal. Grand jury information classified national security details that could reveal sources and methods. Details that could compromise ongoing investigations..
Yosemite National Park visitor died during shutdown
"Today, and during the shutdown food safety inspectors are running out of resources federal court starting to run out of money and national parks are also suffering. These national parks are depending on charity and kindness of strangers. These days to keep his doors open during the shutdown. Unlike previous federal shutdowns and national parks have not technically closed, but they are not. Being staffed right now by park visitors are now flocking to the park sense shutdown because there's no one to work the entrance boost and ascites are essentially free as a result. There are major piles of trash outside a national monument. Overflowing toilets Joshua, tree traffic jams at sequoia and kings Canyon National parks as a partial government shutdown enters its third week New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is speaking with farmers in her state about how the shutdown could affect I federal money they expect to receive in the coming months. Dennis ward of the New Hampshire farm bureau says farmers are very worried about getting help from several
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In as the newest member of the supreme court. President Trump is celebrating as CBS. Tom Foty reports he's also blasting Democrats for their efforts to prevent it. I'm Tom Foty. Now supreme court Justice. Brad Kavanagh was born in Saturday evening. A few hours after the fifty forty eight Senate vote that confirmed his nomination following allegations of long ago sexual improprieties. Now just about dismissed Kansas rally by triumphant President Trump took awake. But that extra week was a great thing because it showed no corroboration. No, nothing. By the way. No, nothing while here in Washington and several other cities ongoing protests of the cavenaugh confirmation. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. There has been plenty of reaction from elected officials across the area. Massachusetts Senator, Ed Markey. Condemned the cavenaugh confirmation saying the White House and Republican-controlled Senate prevented the FBI from fully investigating sexual assault claims. While congressman Seth Moulton called yesterday. A devastating day for our supreme court and our country calling the newest Justice openly partisan both of New Hampshire senators, criticized the confirmation as well Senator Maggie Hassen says she opposed the nomination because of judge Kavanagh's record of putting corporations before people and diminishing rights of individuals, particularly women Senator Jeanne Shaheen spoke on the Senate floor and underscored Kavanagh's judicial record which she claimed is dangerously out of step with American people folks in southern Massachusetts voicing their concerns over the judges confirmation to their congressmen WBZ Sheri small. Spoke with some of them in northeastern of the more than a dozen people who turned out to congressman Joe Kennedy is open office hours today northeastern nearly all say the judge Cavanaugh supreme court nomination. Motivated them to come talk with their fourth district Representative. Kyla of eastern is one of them. She's asking Representative Kennedy to continue to fight beyond cabinet confirmation. I would love to see Jerry Nadler and the other reps like rep Kennedy who opened up a hearing and to get the truth out there about Kavanagh's perjury about the sexual assault. And I would like to see him impeach open office hours or part of Kennedy's ongoing tour where he meets with constituents in the thirty four towns and cities he represents in southern mass in northeastern Sheri, small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. We'll hear from congressman Kennedy coming up at seven fifty five still ahead in New York City man is taken his last joyride. We'll tell you what he's been accused of hijacking at s- in just a couple of.
US, NPR and China discussed on Q
"Hurricane Florence is. Now a category. Four storm and is expected to bring heavy surf and high water levels by Wednesday along the southeast coast, embarrass Christopher Joyce reports on the storm's progress meteorologists say Florence continues to strengthen as it moves toward North Carolina and Virginia while it may moderate once it hits the coast, high winds pose a serious threat to life and property. In addition, the National Hurricane Center warns of storm surge that could be several feet high even more worrisome experts say is the potential for the storm to stall once it works its way over land that could drop more than two feet of rain in some places and caused flash flooding hurricane this strong. So far north is rare climate scientists say Florence potential to cause flooding is due in part to a warmer Atlantic Ocean and atmosphere caused by global
Senator John McCain Doug, Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Francis discussed on WBZ Morning News
"News the Catholic churches abuse scandal is getting attention during pope. Francis trip to Ireland the pope. Met with eight abuse survivors and. During a speech to the Irish government authorities he vowed to end sex abuse and cover ups ABC's David. Wright reporting from Dublin describes the high stakes with the pope's visit the survivors of sexual abuse who met privately. With the pope said. That they urged him to, address this issue in the papal mass on Sunday in Phoenix Park and pope, Francis I promise that he would address it This is the. First visit by. A, pope to Ireland in forty years meantime WBZ's Karyn regal tells us about a small protest outside the cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston where. People were demanding action from the church They opened with song before they proceeded with what, they call a survivor station on the cross. Kelly west is with Catholics for action which was formed after. The Pennsylvania report more is always needed you know there. It was great. For, the pope to come out to
US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'
"Ron. Hersi eighty eight, degrees mangoni park eighty. Nine degrees in Margate congress sending a very loud message to China, in its efforts to, obtain. US technology US Senate approving a seven. Hundred sixteen billion dollar defense spending Bill. With bipartisan support the house had approved it last week President Trump says he will sign it senators are taking. Another look at foreign influence on US social media election interference, from abroad represented intolerable will salt on the democratic foundation miss Republicans built on North Carolina Republican Richard Burr says four and actors are continuing efforts to influence u. s. elections Nothing underscores that. Fact more than yesterday's announcement by Facebook that they've identified over thirty new accounts That are imposing chaos in the virtual domain Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire says she's not surprised by the recent news from Facebook now that it's not just about. Hacking into electoral systems and state registration systems it's also about sewing divisions. Within the country among politicians among average citizens the remains of what are believed to be more than fifty American MIA's from the Korean war are heading home today at South Korea's Osan, airbase defense. POW m. i. a. accounting agency forensics specialist John bird says the remains appear. To be legitimate remains from the Korean war they are likely to be American remains They are quite. A lot in fact we're the largest We've ever received North Korea handed, over fifty five boxes the, Harrisburg Catholic diocese in, Pennsylvania releasing the names of seventy-one priests and religious officials. Accused of child sex, abuse since the nineteen forties Bishop Ronald gainer told reporters a new, website was launched today to provide a list of priests deacons and other officials in my own name and. In the name of the Diaz in church of Harrisburg I express profound sorrow and I apologize to the survivors of child sex abuse gainer added that they will. Waive any confidentiality rights reached as part of civil settlement I take this step so that the. Survivors can feel free to tell, their.
Rudy Giuliani blasts Michael Cohen, calls former Trump fixer a 'pathological liar'
"News update fire, officials say they're getting a handle on the deadly and destructive car fire in northern California Cal fire's Brett Gouveia. As we move around the. Fire we're going to continue to work hard to get, direct line on. This thing I think by tonight you'll start seeing containment. Percentages increase, he appealed to people to stop. Flying drones over the, fire because, it forces them, to ground. Their firefighting aircraft six people are confirmed dead in the fire more than five hundred buildings have been destroyed and nearly forty thousand people remain under evacuation orders. Shasta county sheriff Tombo Sankoh after evacuations occurred we have security. Patrols in place for some individuals that either get in past the evacuation. And. Roadblocks or. Remain in behind Thirty four hundred firefighters are now battling the blaze CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter WCBS CBS news time five thirty one legionnaires disease has been discovered. At Jacobi medical center in the Bronx w. CBS reporter Peter Haskell was there people with compromised immune systems are more susceptible to the yeoman's that's, what makes his problematic The city claims of. The 'Bacterial was found through an aggressive monitoring program now bottled. Water is being given out here Jacoby the city. Is also putting filters had showerheads it contends the risk to patients his low legionnaires is back Tiriac that often grows in water system an outbreak earlier this month in Washington. Heights led to one debt In bars park the Bronx Peter hence gold WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty six thousand apartments with roughly. Fourteen thousand tenants lost electricity at five o'clock this morning there. The old or they are in the old starts city now. Spring creek towers in east New York the Forty-six building complex has its own power source nine one one calls in the morning reported people stuck in some of the roughly one hundred elevators at the housing, complex it's. All, privately owned and privately operated more than one, hundred New, York, City firefighters responded to the site, five other, people five people had minor injuries and a fifty seven year old woman was found dead in the complex. But, officials think she died due to her. Respirator malfunctioning and that it was unconnected to the. Power outage Rudy Giuliani now President Trump's lawyer call President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen honest honorable lawyer, then last week Cohen released secretly recorded conversation between himself and then Candidate Donald Trump where they appear to. Discuss paying. Hush, money to a former playboy model now Rudy, Giuliani's calling, Kohn, a pathological. Liar on Fox News, Giuliani said, man is a pathological manipulator liar I didn't know that I didn't know him well but. I'd nothing bad about Michael Cohen until, all of this started to. Happen in the last couple of weeks cone is under federal investigation President Trump tweeted a threat to shut down the federal government if, Democrats refused to back major changes he, wants, to immigration laws he said or tweeden I would be willing to shut down government at the. Democrats do not give us the votes for border security which includes the wall exclamation point Republican. Oklahoma Senator James Langford on ABC. This week was asked if he. Believes President Trump when Trump claims he did not know about the two thousand sixteen. Trump Tower meeting his son had with. Russians why I don't have any evidence I would. Say, that's not accurate obviously that's going to be something that's more into the lane of a special counsel then we'll be for. The intelligence committee we're working, through the policy issues and Russian interference obviously a special counsel is gonna. Be, the one to be able to terminate anything else dealing. With that, as a legal matter but, Okla Mahama Senator Lankford did disagree. With, President Trump's claim that Russians are trying to just help Democrats Langford thinks they're trying to so disinformation regardless of a candidate's. Party affiliation The Trump administration's trade tariffs and the retaliatory tariffs, in response, have hurt some American businesses and farms a President Trump announced the government would pay twelve billion dollars. To help farmers who were hurt by the trade war New Hampshire. Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen says the president isn't doing enough while they're talking about a bailout for farmers they're not talking about help for small businesses who are being hurt We, are one hundred days from the midterm elections and we have some news CBS news battleground tracker poll numbers on, the economy trade tariffs and more here's CBS news director of elections surveys Anthony Silvano. After week in which the president touted strong economic growth half of Americans say that he's doing, a good job on the economy his trade policies in particular do not find overall positive reviews beyond. Republicans seventy seven percent of Republicans also call the Russia investigation a witch hunt while Democrats seventy seven percent of them, call it, a critical matter of national security w CBS news time five thirty six this is WCBS eighty on. The AM dial and on-demand only on the radio dot com app We all know someone who is.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To, access the computers with elected officials just last week Senator mccaskill confirming that Russian. Hackers did attempt to get her senate's computer system. Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen telling CBS face. The nation she's not alone on a growing list, I don't know who else is on the list but I do know that we've had an experience in our office. With people getting phishing emails with social media accounts there has been one situation that we have turned over to authorities to look into and more hearing that this is widespread at with political parties across the. Country as well as with members of the Senate. Here's the latest from the, northern California fire lines if there's. Any good news The fire didn't grow as much in the last twenty four hours as it has. Been over the last couple of days it had. Been doubling every day and yesterday it only grew about nine thousand acres over the last twenty, four hours we're up to eighty nine thousand acres that's about one hundred thirty. Square mile to give you some perspective that's about. The size of the city of Philadelphia. CBS has Carter Evans says temperatures do remain high, in reading where the out of control wildfire has claimed five lives forcing evacuation of thirty eight thousand people it's p.. FOSS PF AS toxic chemicals showing up in drinking water in Kalamazoo Michigan state Representative Peter the Sita says the stuff is used as firefighting foam at airbases across the state Democrats want to work on a. Bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of. Our issues across the country Spoke to. The health department director educated get a levels are high yeah it is it is a problem but you know they're, monitoring it trying to go ahead and reduce it I think we just gotta stop it at this point here use it alternative source. For this fire retardant because we call it stock sick it's it's the same as as best as we found out. Years ago what do we think about. President Trump's performance Anthony Salvato CBS news director of survey which the president touted strike NAMA crowed half of Americans say. That he is doing a good job on the economy his trade policies in particular though do not find overall positive reviews beyond Republicans President Trump says on. Twitter he'd be willing to shut down the government if Democrats block his immigration, proposals democratic congressman Ben. Ray Luhan on, ABC news says Democrats want a broader immigration debate Democrats want to. Work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of our issues across the country mission impossible fallout Number, six in the stunt driven Tom Cruise series. Number one at the box office sixty.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Jim Taylor hacking someone is trying to access the computers of elected officials just last week, Senator mccaskill confirming that Russian hackers did attempt to get her Senate computer system. Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen telling CBS face the nation. She's not alone on a growing list. I don't know who else is on the list, but I do know that we've had an experience in our office with people getting phishing emails with social media accounts. There has been one situation that we have turned over to authorities to look into, and we're hearing that this is widespread at with political parties across the country as well as with members of the Senate. Here's the latest from the northern California fire lines. If there's any good news, it's the fire didn't grow as much in the last twenty four hours as it has been over the last couple of days. It had been doubling every. Today and yesterday it only grew about nine thousand. Acres over the last twenty four hours. For up to eighty nine thousand acres that's about, one hundred thirty square mile to give you some perspective that's about the size of the city of Philadelphia CBS has. Carter Evans says temperatures do remain high in reading where the out of control wildfire, has claimed five lives forcing evacuation of thirty eight thousand people it's p. FOSS PF AS toxic chemical showing up in drinking. Water in Kalamazoo Michigan state Representative Peter the cedar. Says the stuff is used, as firefighting foam at airbases across the state Democrats want to work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of. Our issues across the country Spoke to the health. Department director indicated levels are high, yeah it is it is a problem but you, know they're monitoring it trying to. Go ahead and reduce it I think we just gotta stop it at this point here using alternative source for this, fire retardant because. We stock, sick it's it's the same as a specialist that we found out years ago what do we think about President. Trump's performance Anthony sell Bonzo CBS news director of surveys in which the president touted strong economic growth half of Americans. Say that he's doing a good job on the economy his trade policies in particular though do not find overall positive reviews beyond Republicans President Trump says on. Twitter he'd be willing to shut down, the government if Democrats block his immigration, proposals democratic congressman Ben. Ray Luhan on, ABC news says Democrats want a broader immigration debate Democrats want to. Work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to address all of our issues across the country mission impossible fallout Number six..
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Theraworx relief I'm Jim Taylor hacking someone is trying to access to computers will elected officials just. Last week Senator mccaskill confirming that Russian hackers did attempt to get. Her senate's computer system democratic. Senator. Jeanne Shaheen, telling CBS face, the nation she's not alone on a growing list I don't know who, else is on the list but I. Do know that, we've had an experience in our office. With people getting phishing emails with social media accounts there, has, been one situation. That we have turned over to thirties to look. Into and we're hearing that this is widespread at with political parties across the country, as well as with members of the Senate here's the latest from the northern California fire lines. There's, any good news The fire didn't grow as much in the last twenty four hours because it has been. Over the last couple of days they'd had been. W five. Every day and yesterday it only grew about nine thousand acres over the last twenty, four hours we're up to eighty nine thousand acres that's about one hundred thirty. Square mile to give you some perspective that's about. The size of the city of Philadelphia. CBS has Carter Evans says temperatures do remain high, in reading where the out of control wildfire has claimed five lives forcing evacuation of thirty eight thousand people it's p.. FOSS PF AS toxic chemical showing up in drinking water in Kalamazoo Michigan state Representative, Peter says the stuff is used as fire fighting foam at airbases across the state Democrats want to work on a bipartisan. Comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of our. Issues across the country Spoke to the health department director indicated levels are high yeah it is it is a problem but you know, they're monitoring it trying to go ahead and reduce it I think we just gotta stop at this point here use it alternative source. For this fire retardant because we stock. Sick it's it's the same as specialists that we found out years ago what do. We think about President Trump's performance Anthony. Sell Bonzo CBS news director of survey week in which the president touted strong economic growth half of Americans say that. He is doing a good job on the economy his trade policies in particular though do not find overall positive reviews beyond Republicans President Trump says on Twitter. He'd be willing to shut down the, government if Democrats block his immigration proposals, democratic congressman Ben. Ray Luhan, on ABC news says Democrats want a broader immigration debate Democrats want to. Work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of our issues across the country mission impossible fallout Number six.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on KCBS All News
"He's trying to access the computers of elected officials just last week, Senator mccaskill confirming that Russian hackers did attempt to get her Senate computer system. Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen telling CBS face the nation. She's not alone on a growing list. I don't know who else is on the list, but I do know that we've had an experience in our office with people getting phishing emails with social media accounts. There has been one situation that we have turned over to authorities to look into, and we're hearing that this is widespread at with political parties across the country as well as with members of the Senate. Here's the latest from the northern California fire lines. If there's any good news. E the fire didn't grow as much in the last twenty. Four hours because it has been over the last couple of days it had been w five every day and yesterday it only grew about nine thousand acres over. The, last twenty. Four hours we're up, to eighty nine, thousand acres that's about one hundred thirty square mile to. Give you some perspective that's about the size of the city of Philadelphia CBS has. Carter Evans says temperatures do remain high in reading where the out, of control wildfire has claimed five lives forcing evacuation of thirty eight thousand people. It's p. FOSS PF AS toxic chemical showing up. In drinking water in Kalamazoo Michigan state. Representative Peter the Sita says the stuff is used, as firefighting foam at airbases across the state Democrats want to work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust. All of our issues across the country to the health department director indicated levels are, high yeah it is it is a problem but you know they're monitoring it trying to go ahead and reduce it I. Think we just gotta stop it at this point. Here use it alternative source For this fire retardant. Because we talked stock sick it's the same as best as we found out years ago what do we think about President Trump's performance Anthony Salvato CBS news. Director of survey after week in which, the president touted strong economic growth half, of Americans say that. He's doing a, good job on the economy his trade policies in particular though do. Not find overall positive reviews beyond Republicans President Trump says on Twitter he'd be willing to shut down the government if Democrats block his immigration proposals democratic congressman Ben. Ray, Luhan on. ABC news says Democrats, want a broader, immigration debate Democrats want to work on a bipartisan comprehensive. Immigration reform package to adjust all of our issues across the country mission impossible fallout number six in the stunt driven tom cruise series number one at the box office.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Conferencing. I'm Jim Taylor hacking someone, is trying to access the computers of elected officials just last week Senator mccaskill. Confirming that Russian hackers did attempt to get her. Senate computer system democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen. Telling CBS face the nation she's not alone on, a growing list I don't know who else is on the list but I do know that we've had an experience. In our office with people getting phishing emails with social media accounts there has been one, situation that we have turned over to a thirties to look into and we're hearing that this is widespread at with political. Parties across the country as well as with members. Of the Senate here's the, latest from the northern California fire lines if there's any good news it's at the fire didn't grow as much in the last twenty. Four hours because it has been over. The last couple of days it had been w five every day and yesterday it. Only grew about nine thousand acres over the last twenty four hours Eighty nine thousand acres that's about one. Hundred thirty square miles to give you some perspective that's about the size of the city. Of Philadelphia CBS Carter Evans says temperatures do remain high in reading where the out of control wildfire has claimed five lives. Forcing evacuation of thirty eight thousand people it's p.. FOSS PF AS toxic chemical, showing up in drinking water in Kalamazoo Michigan state Representative Peter the Sita says the stuff is used as firefighting foam at airbases across. The state Democrats want to work on. A bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of our issues across the country Health department director indicated, data levels are high yeah it. Is it, is a problem but you, know they're monitoring it trying to go ahead. And reduce it I think we. Just gotta stop it at this point here use, it alternative source for the fire. Retardant because we know it's toxic it's it's the same as best as we found out years ago what do we. Think about President Trump's performance Anthony. Sell Bonzo CBS news director of survey so we can which the president touted strong economic growth half of Americans say. That he is doing a good job on the economy his trade policies in particular do not find overall positive reviews beyond Republicans President Trump says on. Twitter he'd be willing to shut down, the government if Democrats blocked his immigration, proposals democratic congressman Ben. Ray Luhan on, ABC news says Democrats want a broader immigration debate Democrats want to. Work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to adjust all of our issues across the country mission impossible fallout Number six in the.
White House defends Trump's walk-back of Russia comments
"W is. San Antonio and iheart radio station I'm Kerry logging in here. Are some of the stories we're following the, White House. Is defending. President Trump's apparent answer to a question about, Russia press secretary Sarah Sanders the president was actually saying no to reporters, asking, questions today during the White House photo op and the president said, no right after a reporter asked if Russia is still targeting US elections at least three democratic lawmakers want the house to subpoena the US. Translator from the Trump, Putin meeting Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire Representative Joe Kennedy in Massachusetts and congressman Bill Pascrell of New Jersey with a translator to tell congress what was said during President Trump's, private meeting with, Russian President Vladimir, Putin socks rising on Wall Street today the closing bell the Dow Jones industrial. Average. Gained seventy nine points to close at twenty five thousand one ninety. Nine the NASDAQ was down half a point to seventy eight fifty four the s&p five hundred rose six points to..
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"Time is five eighteen sixty one degrees cloudy in boston good morning i'm art cohen wbz news our top stories now east bridgewater police are investigating a fatal rollover crash that left four teenagers dead and one in critical condition it happened yesterday afternoon on route one oh six police say the teams were not from east bridgewater speed or the weather may have been factors to men from western massachusetts are facing charges after hitting police officers with a car during a sobriety test the driver failed to wait for the test and sped off hitting the officers and dragging one of them and we're learning more about the texas school shooting witnesses say the gunman dimitrius pagor cheese began firing a shotgun through an art classroom door fatally hitting a student in the chest he also aimed at one person and said i'm going to kill you and fired the gun he shot seven more students and two teachers before surrendering to police in other news a cougar attacks to mountain cyclist outside seattle killing one and injuring the other the big cat was later shot and killed after it was discovered in a tree near the dead man's body the injured man is in satisfactory condition at a hospital the last recorded fatality involving cougars in washington state was ninety four years ago it's a busy day for college graduations in massachusetts and new hampshire united states representative john lewis a civil rights icon will speak this afternoon at boston university's commencement lewis will also receive an honorary doctor of law degree lewis a democrat from georgia was the leader of the nineteen sixty five bloody sunday across a bridge in selma alabama lewis will also address graduates at harvard university carmen ulan cruise the mayor of san juan puerto rico will speak earlier at beuys bachelorette ceremony us senator jeanne shaheen will receive an honorary doctorate from the new hampshire institute of art and will also deliver the keynote address shaheen is being recognized for her leadership in public service and in higher education senator elizabeth warren addressed graduates yesterday of lesley university in boston encouraging them to persist in.
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"Identify i was afraid all that and more coming up welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report i'm amy goodman president trump has confirmed that cia director mike pompeo held a clandestine meeting with north korean leader kim jong un in panyang on easter two weeks ago the secret meeting came as president trump and kim jong on are preparing for a possible face to face meeting which would be the first time a sitting us president has met with north korean leader mike pompeo is president trump's nominee to replace rex tillerson as secretary of state critics are asking why the cia director was chosen to carry out the clandestine talks and whether the leaking of the story is related to the increasing resistance of his confirmation from lawmakers on the senate foreign relations committee to be secretary of state connecticut democratic senator chris murphy connecticut republican senator rand paul virginia democratic senator tim kaine and new hampshire democrat senator jeanne shaheen have all said they will vote against recommending pompeo to the full senate senate majority leader mitch mcconnell could still bring pompiers confirmation vote to the senate floor although it'd be the first time for secretary of state nominee to fail to be recommended by the committee since nineteen twenty five the new york times is reporting president trump launched air strikes against syria friday despite opposition from his own defense secretary james mattis who want to trump to first get congressional approval trump is faced backlash from lawmakers who have described the strikes on syria as a legal since trump did not seek congressional and put her authorization this comes as congress is considering rewriting the war powers granted to the president after the september eleventh attacks what's known as the a m a u m f for authorization for use of military force on monday senate foreign relations committee chair bob corker of tennessee republican and democratic committee member senator tim kaine of virginia introduced legislation to replace the laughs the am fs with a new one critics warn the proposed legislation would actually expand the thirty of president trump and all future presidents to engage in worldwide war without limitations well if more on this after headlines us ambassador to the united nations nikki haley has launched a public rebuke of the white house after national economics adviser the former cnbc host larry cudlow tried to claim haley had been confused when she announced the.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"For diplomacy putting military action at a higher priority he has devalued religious tolerance and women's reproductive rights and health care and not only in this country but around the world i think he sets a poor example in terms of american values so i will strongly oppose his nomination and i think it will go to the floor if it does with an unfavorable from the committee on foreign relations i mean you gotta be kidding me folks here we are with the most recent ci director guys got an impeccable resume this is mike pompeo and he was he was supported for the role of cia director a year ago from the same senate that is now supposed to give its advice and consent for his accession to the role of secretary of state put him through to be the cia director pretty big job don't you think i think that's a big one really matters who's in that role can matter a whole lot of ministration and our national security so they they trust them that they were cool with him being the director but now they're making noise about not supporting him for the role of secretary of state i mean you just can't make this stuff up you had senator jeanne shaheen who is also saying she will not support and look if he doesn't get a couple of democrats go along here he's actually not going to get through he's not going to get through a a floor vote and that's happened as i believe i told you when the initial pompeo hearings were televised nine times in history and never for the role of secretary state so here's what sheen's officer put it has put out after careful consideration i cannot support director mike pompeo's nomination to serve a secretary of state i appreciate his willingness to serve his dedication to director the cia blobby bob de blah how however his previous roles are fundamentally different from that of secretary of state who represents american values around the world okay okay hold up senator jeanne shaheen i'm not a guy that stands up and says whoa whoa layoff the cia all that much but i used to work there a lot of fantastic people work for that agency and the i director has a very prominent role in the way the rest of the world views us and thinks about us to.
Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Ed Markey and Massachusetts discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather
"To the us is warning that there will be consequences ambassador and tolley antanov called the strikes an insult to russian president vladimir putin and said insulting the president of russia is unacceptable and inadmissible on saturday alarm maker said russia was likely to call for a meeting of the un security council to discuss the airstrikes on syria abc's jennifer eccleston reports today russia is claiming serious shut down most of the missiles that were fired defense ministry said there are no chemical weapons facilities attack in syria and that the seventy one missiles fired by a coalition of the french us and uk had been intercepted by syrian defenses earlier president putin called the strike an act of aggression francis leaders are speaking out about the strike on syria paris correspondent elaine cobb has their reaction president micro had prepared the way for strikes by saying france had proof the assad regime used chemical weapons however a report issued today offered no new proof but concluded the regime had beyond possible doubt carried out chemical attack micro has come under fire from opposition politicians for his decision to strike without un backing new england's congressional delegation is reacting to the news new hampshire senator jeanne shaheen said she supported the strikes but called on the trump administration to develop a comprehensive strategy for syria the new hampshire democrat is a member of both senate armed services committee and the foreign relations committee she voted to authorize military force in two thousand thirteen to respond to the use of chemical weapons in syria then massachusetts senator ed markey also a member of the foreign relations committee says the military strikes were neither constitutional nor wise markey says attacks on other countries without congressional approval or unconstitutional and he worries it could push the united states into an all out conflict in syria markey said last year's attack on syria was not successful and also criticized the trump administration for failing to have a comprehensive policy on syria pre marathon events are already underway in boston we'll have a live report and that's coming up wbz news time is nine oh three it's traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes is brought to you by discover heating oil mass dot com here's rob accola aren't we've got a slowdown leaving.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Side with wbz's dan road new colors are always welcome nolan in braintree nolan next on nights i go right ahead eric frein kimble admited cool and i spent a lot of time hang out with my friends at a park or something report took thing with the paul blogging sort of culture i don't understand it this is nine side with damn ray all views are welcome here in issue of electron it harder for kick to develop relationships feel like part of the attraction to watching it isn't make people feel as if they ever really close friend that the want you to stop the call six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine 1030 the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 goupil number two going up here on a friday night we but closed off our conversation about the lottery winner i hope it works out for her i hope that that at some point she's able to get her money and maintain or anonymity but we'll see what happens on tuesday and well connected law firm up the law firm of williams sh a sheen the wife of us senator jeanne shaheen now a story that doug just alluded to president trump has blocked the release of the memory putting republican claims a winner going to talk about this but i just want to clarify it according to the new york times article just cleared by nicolas fund dose president trump blocked on friday the release of a classified democratic memo rebutting republican claims that top federal law enforcement officials had abused their surveillance powers in spying on a form of trump campaign aide denis carter page raising the spectre of a potential showdown with congress they think that's a bit of an overstatement because the president's lawyer said in the letter to the house intelligence committee the memorandum contains numerous properly classified i assume it means improperly classified and especially sensitive passages he said the president would again consider the release of the memo to the public if the committee revise the memo to mitigate the risks under the obscure rule invoked by the house intelligence committee to initiate the document's release the committee could choose to make these changes or could decide whether to seek a full vote of the house of representatives to try to override mr trump's decision a my prediction.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The senate failed to pass the funding bill the body is still in russian overnight republicans keeping their promise to inflict pain on democrats for voting 'no holding a series of procedural votes overnight they know walled pass in order to keep democrats on the record and use those votes against them in the midterm elections andy field abc news washington asa choose that senator ed markey says since republicans are in control of the house senate white house if the government shuts down the only person to blame will be the president so my hope is that president trump will in fact finally understand that he has to compromise with democrats he has to include protections for dreamers money put children's health money for opioids we're not looking for anything that the american people do not want to have resolved as well it's time for the president of the united states to be the leader of the republican party congressman kennedy released a statement saying constituents deserve better than a government that is constantly on the brink and the failure lies at the feet of the republicans in hampshire senators jeanne shaheen in maggie hassen issued a joint statement saying they remain encouraged by the conversations we have had with bipartisan groups of senators over the past hours and believe a workable agreement is within reach activists to planning women's marches this weekend in cities across the nation in los angeles hundreds of thousands expected to attend as dina cats cochair of the women's march los angeles says people have a variety of reasons for attending what kind of all in this together we all have different things that are really important to us but at the end of the day it's about the power and so we're bringing all these different groups locally several thousand people are expected to turn out for the cambridge women's march it scheduled for one to three o'clock this afternoon at the cambridge common at the intersection of mass avenue and gardner streets today marks one year since donald trump took the oath of office coming up at about five minutes we'll take a look at what has transpired in the last three hundred sixty five days wbz news time 633 the subaru retailers.
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"Advocacy project and six registered sex offenders filed a lawsuit friday in hopes of blocking the law it set to go into effect monday they say the law is unconstitutional and violates the with disabilities act cranston lawmakers pushed for legislation upset with the number of sex offenders staying at harrington hall shelter new hampshire senator jeanne shaheen has been uninvited to russia the kremlin denied her visa wbz's charlie sherman explains why she's not welcome shahin an outspoken backer of a russian sanctions builder congress approved overwhelmingly had been scheduled to visit russia along with two republican senators but now the trip has been called off a spokesman for russia's us embassy said shahin's visa was the only one denied because she's on a russian blacklist created in response to us sanctions issued against the country a spokesman for the senator said that while she regrets the kremlin decision to impede dialogue between the senate and russian people she vows to continue her work to hold russia accountable for its act trans that go against international norms and against russian people i'm charlie sherman wbz newsradio 1030 the nba is apologizing for using the phrase palestine occupied territory in a listing on its website it began when israel sports minister sent a letter to nba commissioner adam silver saying that palestine is quote an imaginary state and asking that it be removed from the basketball leagues website an nba officials as they apologize and says they don't produce the listings for nba dot com but they removed it right away most of the international community considers the west bank and east jerusalem as occupied territory which the palestinians hope to claim for a future state i'm jackie quinn wbz news time to forty two it's time for.
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"Attorney general jeff sessions had his say on capitol hill today you solemnly were fellow through the whole through the nothing but the truth oil got added testifying to the senate intelligence committee attorney general sessions denied ally a gatien's he acted inappropriately by meeting with russia's ambassador while advising the trump campaign let me state this clearly colleagues i have never met with our had any conversation with any russians are any foreign officials concerning any type of interference with any campaign in our election in the united states sessions also insisted his role in firing former fbi director james comey didn't violate his promise to recused himself from the russian investigation steve dorsey cbs news capitol hill he fired fbi director james comey and now of prison friend of president trump's is suggesting and he might fire robert muller special counsel in the russian investigation at another hearing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein told hampshire senator jeanne shaheen the special council may not be removed without good cause at this point have you seen any evidence of good cause for firing of special cancer muller noah i have known president trump wants to scrap obama care but sources say he told gop senators the house passed health care bill is means speaking in milwaukee today the senate is getting ready to do something hopefully it'll get done where we will come up with a solution asian and i really good one to healthcare north korea has released twenty two year old auto warm beer who said to be in a coma north korean expert jonathan pollick is concerned about several other detained americans there are still three other american citizens are held by north korea.
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"And at mike onlinecom dennis prager is coming up next on wgtk louisville used howard who town hall power i'm linda kenyon deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says he has seen no evidence of good caused by a special prosecutor overseeing the russia investigation the comment came in response to questions from democratic senator jeanne shaheen citing news reports the president donald trump was already thinking about terminating robert muller as special council residents i was testifying before senators today instead of his boss attorney general jeff sessions the attorney general is set to testify later today in a public hearing of the senate intelligence committee the decision to testify in an open session rather than behind closed doors comes after sessions himself said it was important for the public to hear the truth do correctly from him sessions is expected to face tough questions for his role in the firing of fbi director james call me as well as his conversations with russia's ambassador during at least two meetings that he initially denied had occurred that's capitol hill correspondent wally hindes secretary of state rex tillerson says the north korea has released the university of virginia student who was serving a 15year prison term with hard labour for alleged antistate acts utter warm beer had confessed to trying to steal a propaganda banner the release of a warm beer comes as former nba player dennis rodman is visiting north korea without trouper could kind of old accord diplomatic in an behind it but it is wanted to recruit three and very few contact right now because we do not big emerald career at a time will for particular country that's correspondent kris bodine president donald trump is soaring a technical school in wisconsin today's part of his push to boost jobs by increasing apprentice ships eddie as for students to work at paid internships while they go to school sometimes as companies footing the bill that labor department says nine in ten apprentices who complete their programmes.