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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Package. So how would a buyer go about placing an order? For example, we're partnering with Netta. They have to upload their ID select their product delivery time slot, and his chief of staff happens to be his life partner to their running a black owned business now and Chris's fiancee, Dari, Polio tells me there's a response. Ability here to the black and brown community. Yeah, so the way that I do it, it's a door being open to the community, and I think about it, It's just like Yeah, There's a lot of responsibility there, however, it's let's do it the right way trying to set that example on how to do it, right, Drew Mo Holland WBZ Boston's NewsRadio federal judge, citing against a Harvard law student and two master's degree candidates. Who said the university should have at least partially refunded that tuition when the school moved instruction online during the pandemic. Sarah's Olasky Ella Wexler tie and Abraham Bar Quarter said the whole reason they decided to attend. Harvard was because of its unique opportunities like networking and collaborating with professors and professionals. When the pandemic shifted everything online and Harvard failed to refund at least part of their tuition. The students said it amounted to a breach of contract. The judge dismissed their claim. Finding the students failed to show Harvard had a contractual obligation to provide in person instruction, especially the decision said during a global pandemic when the governor and public health officials dictated otherwise. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS New YORK in Washington, a bill that would ban discrimination against LGBT Q. Jurors has been reintroduced the bill. Brought back by New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen in Maine's Susan Collins. US. Code currently prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin and economic status. Nearly a dozen states prohibit exclusion from jury service in state court based on sexual orientation. Eight states protect against discrimination based on gender Identity. Well, maybe you've noticed this. Another sign the pandemics coming to an end traffic in Massachusetts back to pre pandemic levels, most places. That's the word from the state's Department of Transportation, which says travel times are basically back to 2019 levels. There are a few exceptions, traffic on the pike and the Logan Airport tunnels a little bit better still than it was before the pandemic. 4 38 We head off to Wall Street brought to you by Enterprise Wealth Management, a division of Enterprise Bank. I can tell you, Wall Street's a little bit better than it was when we ended the day on Friday, Andrew all day. Yeah, Without a doubt looks like Wall Street traders took the weekend to reconsider their big round of selling Friday to cap off the worst week in months because the market today had its best day since March. Now up 587 NASDAQ up 111. S and P 500 up 58. If you were a Netflix.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"North Carolina, Georgia now leading the president's way, Nevada, Wisconsin now headed Joe Biden's way. Alaska is also in the balance this morning at ABC News correspondent Mary Bruce. As Maura on the potential outcome of the 2020 U. S presidential election, Trump did have a better night than expected, outperforming the polls once again and pulling in new voters. He's now projected to pick up Ohio, Texas and Florida critical winds keeping his re election hopes alive. But he's still far from the finish line. And Joe Biden also has a clear path to victory. Holding onto Blue states. Trump tried to flip like Minnesota. So where does America stand right now? Six swing state. Remain tossups. Four of them are leaning to President Trump, and a certain combination will crack the code to the Oval Office. Several key states have not yet been called. Now. Several of those key states do accept ballots After today, For example, in North Carolina, ballots postmarked by Election Day can be received up to November. 12 for ballots in Pennsylvania. That date is November 6th. And while this election is unprecedented in just so many ways, we have had many historic elections that have been rightfully called. Past election night. What's more, no state ever reports final results on election night and no state is legally expected to so what it all means is we're likely not to know the result for days, maybe weeks, and there's a threat that this could end up. In the court system as well. We've been watching it for you from the very earliest days of the campaign through the election and beyond. So stay with us right till the end, where W. B C news radio locally, Massachusetts says yes to question number one on the ballot. Voters overwhelmingly approved the measure, which will expand the state's right to repair law. Both car owners and independent garages will now be able to access vehicle data previously guarded by auto manufacturers. And dealerships. Now opponents to the measure call it a data grab by third parties. Nonetheless, with $43 million spent during the entire campaign on Question one. It becomes the most expensive ballot question in Massachusetts history, and it's a no for question. Two Massachusetts voters have rejected a ballot initiative to install ranked choice. Voting would have applied to elections for most state and federal offices in 2022 Carat Brown. McCormick is the campaign manager behind the initiative, she said. We came up short and did a statement, she wrote, were obviously disappointed. Supporters like Eiji Maura Healey also left disappointed. She was a big backer of the range choice voting. It allows us a voter to go and select the person who you want, and then it also allows you to rank your 2nd and 3rd and 4th choices. Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karen Polito had criticized the measure not behind question to saying it would add complications in the voting process, and it would make elections more expensive again. Down goes question to true Mojo and doubly busy Boston's news radio. It's 8 19 Sunshine 38 in Boston. We're headed to the fifties today, other races of local interest in Massachusetts. Ed Markey is getting another turn as Senator he defeats Republican challenger Kevin O'Connor in Maine. Still hanging on by a thread. Senator Susan Collins is fighting off a strong challenge by Sara Gideon. And in New Hampshire, Senator Jeanne Shaheen gets another term. Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen is the projected winner, defeating Republican Korkie Mesner. Our nation is in crisis. We need to work together. We need to rebuild, and if we do, we will come through this even stronger than before. Gene compared her long history of public service with Messner is recent arrival from Colorado, saying he lacked understanding about her record and the State Messenger, an Army veteran, an attorney argued New Hampshire would be better served by an outsider. Voters also return Republican governor Chris Sununu for a third two year term. It's a great night. We're very excited about a big win. Thank you. This is all on you guys you were knocking on doors you're making the phone calls cannot Thank Yu know if Yu of the army that has been out there on the right message talking about what happens. In New Hampshire that matters to folks soon, who defeating Democratic Senate Majority Leader Dan Felt US down half W. B z Boston's NewsRadio Crazy Day, and Poles, of course, were open from morning till night, and still, some voters chose to wait till the very last minute. How was that experience? W b C's Karen Regal takes a closer look tucked into the concrete monstrosity that was Boston City Hall lit up in red, white and blue, by the way, is a small walkway that takes you to the city Hall Polling place. Theresa walked in with 90 minutes until polls closed. I asked her why she wait. I'm burning because my mom really encouraged me to vote. Thiss election was necessary..
Democrats and GOP each pick up a Senate seat
"Lot of eyes around the White House race, and they are, but that is not the only race tonight that will affect what goes on in Washington. In the coming years. The BBC sherry small keeping an eye on the Senate, sherry Good. Good evening Been Democrats trying to flip the GOP controlled Senate 35 seats up for election twice a CZ many Republicans a seats up for election than Democratic seats, according to the AP. So far, they're eight wins for Republican seven seats going to Democrats. Among those Democratic winds include three New England senators. Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey. No surprise there also no surprise for New Hampshire incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen and incumbent Senator John Reed of Rhode Island. But these early numbers what they don't include are about a dozen highly watched tight races where the seats could flip. That includes up in Maine. Incumbent Senator Republican Susan Collins is being challenged by Democrat Sara Gideon, now in the House, current Democrat controlled House. I should say Republicans, they're trying to win back. Some of those seats that they lost black back in that blue wave of the 2018 mid term election right now, looking at the AP map. We're seeing 40 seats in the house so far. Going to Republicans and 70 seats so far going to excuse me reverse at 41 seats going Tio Democrats 70 seats so far going Tio Republicans in the early numbers that have come in, we'll keep an
"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.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"New schedule starts tomorrow so at all your teeth stations the schedule for the rest of today will be the regular schedule and that is WBZ's Ken macleod WBZ-TV's camouflage should say we got details on the new schedule up on our website right now that's WBZ ten thirty dot com six thirty six lots of government offices closed as well because of covert nineteen and that includes our courts judges clerks and other essential employees are working judges available by phone to decide bail for anyone arrested over the weekend or on Monday most other court business is postponed until courts reopened and when they do there are plans to use video conferencing electronic filings along with staggered work schedules to reduce foot traffic in the state's ninety nine courthouses in Boston Mike Macklin WBZ Boston news radio overseas tonight a military tribunal in Beirut Lebanon has ordered the release of a Lebanese American man has been detained there for about six months America Corey's been charged with working for an Israeli backed militia two decades ago at a prison in southern Lebanon human rights groups have described that person as a torture chamber his family maintains so he was never involved in any sort of torture and he's been living in New Hampshire for some time his case was closely followed there in New Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen pushing for his release no word though on when or if he'll come back to the granite state meantime a new national study finds there's opposition to separating families at the southern border and then charging parents as criminals Baylor University researchers analyzed data from two studies conducted in twenty eighteen by the public religion research institute in both studies a majority opposed family separation in the first thirty fifty three percent of Republican support of the policy well ninety percent of Democrats opposed it in both studies a conservative ideology was the common thread expressed by those supporting family separation the articles published in the journal analyses of social issues and public policy CBS is but miss commit that report and the Boston Symphony Orchestra says a long time flautist and musical trailblazer has died Doria Dwyer was the only the second woman to ever win a principal chair in a major American orchestra she was the symphony's principal principal flautist from more than forty years the BSO said she died over the weekend at our home in Lawrence Kansas she was ninety.
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
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Senator Jeanne Shaheen calling for sanctions against those responsible for the detention of an American citizen in Lebanon WBZ's Ben Parker just spoke to senator sheen about the man's case he joins us live in studio a bed Hey Jim Amar for Corey owns a restaurant in New Hampshire he's been in jail in his native Lebanon since September he's also been diagnosed with stage four lymphoma for Corey was raised in the Lebanon is being held on charges connected to time that he worked at a prison there but senator Shaheen tells me he's done nothing wrong I think it's a case of factions in Lebanon that thought they could use his imprisonment to stir up ethnic and religious tensions in the country Mister Corey is an American citizen he's from Dover New Hampshire he's had a small business there for years he's gotten raises kids in New Hampshire he's been a a productive community member he's loved in the community his bill which is cosponsored by Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz would ban visas and freeze assets of current and former Lebanese officials train says there's no evidence to substantiate any charges against record and she says he's in urgent need of medical care and needs to be returned home Ben Parker Boston's newsradio plants one seventeen now Harvey Weinstein facing a minimum of five years in prison for the New York rape charges he has been convicted of found guilty in the last half of a split verdict yesterday A. B. C.'s isheri Preston though is saying this may just be the start of his legal challenges will Harvey Weinstein faced more charges in Los Angeles now that he's been convicted in New York Ronan Farrow one of the first to break the Weinstein story says yes I talked to the assistant district attorney and Los Angeles yesterday and he said we are absolutely proceeding attorney Gloria Allred who represents a number of points in accuser says she agrees there's still time for more victims to come forward and testify potentially in LA and I hope that they do so Harvey Weinstein faces sentencing March eleventh Jerry Preston ABC news New York at one eighteen there is no information earlier today about the growing sexual misconduct outcry against a legendary opera star Placido Domingo told investigators from the opera performers you need he was just being flirtatious but more than two dozen people told the independent investigators they either witnessed inappropriate behavior or were sexually harassed themselves including suffering reprisals if they turned him down all this during the two decades to mingle held senior positions at Washington national opera and Los Angeles opera a separate probiotic is on going Vicki Barker CBS news it's one nineteen now one WBZ newsradio the corona virus appears to not be a major concern for those in Boston who are looking to travel abroad WBZ's James Rowe Haas telling us some local travel advisors are recommending some cautions Raval.
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
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"President ever to want and now in just one week we have I'm done five years of hard fought stability in northeastern Syria and president everyone needs to hear an unequivocal message of opposition to the same person that's what the sanctions hopefully will help send a message we can't undo the damage that's already been done but we can demonstrate the president erred one that it's not just president trump who speaks for American foreign policy it's also the Congress and I want to especially thank senators Gramm and van Hollen for their leadership and also point out that I believe the president should withdraw his invitation to present an error to want to come see his guest here it is totally unacceptable when people are being killed because of Turkey's actions and because of this president's decision that we are extending hospitality and niceties to president air to one in the White House of the United States of America so I believe that state visit needs to be cancelled and it needs to be cancelled immediately with that let me turn it over to senator Blumenthal senator Jeanne Shaheen turning to Richard Blumenthal both Democrats thanks to senator Gramm and senator van Hollen and I just for the people of South Carolina I do disagree a lot with that but I think but let me just emphasize a really important point here having sat through this morning a classified top secret briefing from the secretary of defense and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff my feeling was far and change for the people of the United States you should feel harbor and Shane and deep disappoint in the application of leadership and our values by your leaders president trump has advocated leadership the Congress must act the Congress must act to stock prices from surging which is happening right now unfolding in real time right before our eyes making a potential mockery of the lives lost the bloodshed the sacrifices made by our men and women in uniform and partners who have fought with them and lost lives with them and there is nothing more basic to a great nation then it's for when it's promises are broken its credibility is lost as a partner and an ally and as an adversary and Americans should feel horror shame and deep disappointment that that lasting damage is being done to America's credibility the windfall here is to a rand and Russia again to Vladimir Putin why always is proved in the winter this kind of shredding of American credibility will do lasting damage we may not be able to unscramble the eight but we can undo at least some of the damage and that will be the result of strong stiff sanctions imposed swiftly in this that this measure punches Turkey where it hurts and that is what is necessary to get one's attention to force him to roll back this foolhardy and ran a full staff the American people deserve to hear what we heard today behind closed doors and I said as much in that hearing they deserve to hear all of the facts on the ground so the day will no what can and should be done to reverse this misguided policy and let me just say and I never thought I would say this about the United States of America we are going to be complicit in the ethnic cleansing that occurs as a result of this absolutely abhorrent action we will be held responsible and rightly so by history for the potential genocide that will occur in that region if we fail to act history will haunt us if we continue to retreat from those basic principles and I can say that we're gonna have strong bipartisan support for this measure the best measure the best side of it is the numbers of our colleagues who want to support it now and I look forward to gaining support as we go forward thank you for the president has long been reluctant to put any pressure on including after they bought the Russian defenses them do you worry that or to one no longer has any fear or lists facts at the United States is in is going to ignore anything that the Congress passed one number one I want to compliment ministration proposing sanctions and I think they're they're real terrace on Turkish deal will matter to Turkey now walk there have your price here but I think his surprise for things to restore your honor and this is about restoring our honor and I don't need a lecture the American people about ISIS if you missed the last four years you missed a lot if you think they're just going to Europe you're kidding yourself because they want us more than anybody else there after the story is with the hands the Kurds in their eyes are the enemy not not an ally so the bottom line is I think with the ministration has done has gotten turkeys attention but clearly hasn't worked the president did not give a green light but are one win in anyway and that's the problem the reason we're doing this is China's watching Russia's watching around is watching and I want them to know that you will not get a pet if you do something in Hong Kong you're gonna get hit harder than we're doing today if you move into parts of Eastern Europe Russia we're still here and we're going to hold you accountable Arron if you keep threatening the neighborhood Moore's coming your way so not only is it important to restore the credibility of the loss with thirty one it's important to restore our position in the world and let others know what comes our way let me just so senator Chris van Hollen we listen the president trump on that phone call and the message she got was go ahead and attack the Syrian Kurds that's obvious the way everyone interpreted it right now the president has said that he is going to quote destroyed turkeys I kind of if they keep doing what they're doing and my question is for god sakes when you gonna act this water is going on right now the sanctions on Turkish the over the same sanctions the president a put on Turkey when we had a pastor who was hidden Turkish held by Turkey they represent four tenths of one percent of all of Turkey's exports so my goodness the president if he wants to actually has the authority today to undertake one of the sanctions they were calling for and he should do it but the point we're making here today is in the absence of presidential action to stand up for the principles and values and support our allies and stop the resurgence of ISIS we will act on a bipartisan basis your personal direct actions against Air to one your next president hopeful sign these things my hope is that he will see them as leverage I don't know what Pompeii on finances are going to accomplish today hopefully they can accomplish a ceasefire stop the bloodshed you know Marcia's spoken very eloquently about the Kurds I mean you know if we stand on the sidelines and these people get rolled over god help us all in the future right so I think president trump's team is on the ground trying to tell since early one but I call this morning I want Turkey to understand is just not from and pets in Pompeii ill does the rest of us and I'm hoping that bipartisan why didn't the I'm hoping that this will help their hand but I think we had a vote on the sanctions it would be veto proof and I would hope the president trump would welcome the can I ask about the the military assistance probation senator Graham how does the prohibition on on military assistance what sort of NATO missions in Incirlik air base the the the sort of ongoing military operations yeah I think it is complicated but I think what we're trying to do is make sure that American made of six things are no longer used to bomb Kurdish allies we're trying to send a signal that the purchase of this four hundred whatever problems with the fourth just got worse and if you want to be a NATO ally you got to act like a NATO ally can you imagine any NATO country invading Syria to the benefit of us that's what they're doing they're invading Syria to the benefit of ice is they have a concern about wife PGE elements in Syria I get that I've been saying that for years up to a prisoner went this is not the solution this member of the coalition was put together destroy ISIS and it was you present one who led the ISIS fighters to flow in to begin with underground bias yeah Graham why do you think that the president trump listen to you last December when he wanted to quickly withdraw it glass and hands and why he's not listening to you now do you think it's election year politics and do you what specific interest is this for the the one making the phone call you participated in the president okay so let's walk through this the one thing I want you to know is if president trump did not wake up two weeks ago and say Hey Arnold one you can at Syria in December he announced a withdrawal to president trump's credit we we can figure that withdrawal we slowed it down we're reassured the Kurds that we're not going to abandon you wish to create a safe zone tried crazy save some for Turkey would feel that were sympathetic to the Kurdish problem the YPG curse in the eyes of Turkey or terrorist well for us they were allies so we're trying to accommodate both interest and what happened is that one call the president a couple weeks ago and accused our generals of slow walking the safe zone it we have created line and that he could not tolerate it anymore so it's not like president trump just woke up one day and said I'm tired of Syria one called him and said I am going to go in the president counseled him not to but the problem we have it did not work and here's what I fear if it doesn't work with our line is not going to work she is not going to work with the Ayatollah so I think now is the moment for the president to embrace bipartisanship to work with the Congress let us be your partner to get a common objective the objective is to reset the table stay in touch with the Kurds so they won't get slaughtered make sure I system come back make sure Ron doesn't capture the oil fields and give Turkey some reasonable sense of security that can only happen if we stop the bloodshed and I see no scenario for we can achieve our national security interests if we go to zero in terms of trips senator Lindsey Graham on Capitol Hill I just want to add something that because it's not just about passing the sanctions fill for sending the vice president and the secretary of state to meet with president one senator Jeanne Shaheen to send a very strong signal to president airline that he himself does not approve of what's going on that's why I say no resend your invitation the president erred one let him know that you don't approve of what he's doing and we're not going to be nice to him until he changes his behavior yeah I would just add that the the action that president trump took after that earlier phone call one was to withdraw our special forces which obviously left the Syrian Kurds vulnerable we are now doing our best to salvage a very difficult situation I want to stress that the president has the authority today to do a lot more than the pen Frank steel measure how that he undertook he could do a lot in this bill today but what we're saying is that we're at moving one way or another on a bipartisan basis to stand up for American values to do what's right our allies to stop the resurgence of ISIS without listener Chris van Hollen a repair she's been radio programming from Thursday as far as thanks you think it's even possible for the president to return troops now in a way that creates a safe zone one question to speaking about American and global leadership and how this president is seen he has just announced as we can hear that he is going to be seven summit at his resort in Florida do you think that affects how he's seen as a leader and what his interests are fine I think it'd be a nice trip I hope those that enter myself I'm not here you know my differences with presents a real nobody asked me is a bomb on fifth and fit for office at the withdrawal from Iraq so it's not about personality is that about policy so here's what I hope will happen I hope the president trump will seize the opportunity to work with us for the greater good I hope you'll listen to his generals you know he made a remark about me I want to be there thousand years no I won't be there long enough and do or say if it were up to me the line would be laying down with the lamb I have been in war zones of spent thirty three years in the military no that's a prince skill so this is no casual thing for me I don't love war what I crave is security for my country and my allies Mister president.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Good afternoon I'm bad Parker here the five things you need to know at two forty five political wrangling in full swing after the release today of details of a phone call between president trump and Ukraine's president much more straight ahead a day after Massachusetts ban vaping products sale for four months what island's governor's signing an executive order barring the sale of flavored vaping products in that state. the department of health there to create regulations based on her order one of the fall of the democratic presidential battle general is a bit more and leading the way in the Quinnipiac poll in the UK the British house of Commons reconvening after prime minister for enforced Johnson's decision to suspend parliament was ruled illegal. now back to our top story a long standing Republican member of the house of representatives weighing in on the release of what the White House calls a transcript of a call between president trump and president of Ukraine Republican whip Steve Scalise said. script and frankly if you look at the wild and baseless allegations that speaker Pelosi made she said that there were crimes committed when you read the transcript the rap salute we know crimes committed within a Republican demanded an apology you know the fact that the speaker of the house I wouldn't say that she's going to impeach president of the United States based on an allegation of a charge she never even read I know what turned out there were no high crimes and misdemeanors there were no crimes at all going for CBS news New Orleans there's reaction from local Democrats about the release of the phone call details today Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren tweeting about the transcript itself is a smoking gun and also says that for the safety and integrity of our democracy Congress must begin impeachment proceedings immediately and the red marquee tweeting the so called transcript of Donald trump's call with Ukrainian president Phyllis ski is even close to the whole story and yet it is still incriminating in New Hampshire's senator Jeanne Shaheen says quote Rudy Giuliani needs to explain this under oath and that the Senate foreign relations committee should call a hearing A. S. A. P. we will have much more throughout the afternoon reaction to the call details released today in reaction to it a national anti gun rally in Washington's got Pringles in New York where many headed out to that protest today the bus at dozens of new Yorkers on it it left Brooklyn early this morning for do you see those at this national rally or pushing lawmakers to pass legislation aimed at lowering gun violence the plan on talking about the recent mass shootings gone are the days are you can feel safe autumn all your family just go catch a movie and I think that's actually very shameful the afternoon rally near the capitol building comes as a congressional committees having a hearing on assault weapons the house Judiciary Committee holding that hearing today on assault weapons used in recent mass shootings in el Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio the prime minister of New Zealand made headlines earlier this year when her administration move to ban assault weapons just days after a white supremacist attack two mosques in the city of Christchurch leaving fifty one people dead this week she is making headlines again. she said president trump expressed interest in some of our country's gone reforms during their meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly prime minister Justin Arden spoke to CBS this morning about that meeting and the decision to embrace stricter gun laws one of the points that we try to make of course since it is only a very small proportion of people who are licensed event commit crime a small portion but if needed guns are not stored properly I'm cute for probably they are the ones that can still enter into the black market city leaders in Virginia beach have been providing an update in the ongoing investigation there in the last month's shooting rampage at a municipal building only still have not determined the why of Virginia beach city engineer open the fire on his coworkers killing twelve of that may thirty first Jason Nixon's wife Kate was among the victims I don't like about the whole truth I know it's still a process of the investigation but this is about this for months and how it's always gonna take police say to Wayne Craddock went on a shooting spree after submitting his resignation online the forty year old died in a gunbattle with police Jim chrysalis CBS news two forty nine the first lawsuit filed against Boeing in the wake of last year's seven thirty seven Max jet crash in Indonesia have now been settled one law firm confirm stayed the CD was eleven of seventeen of its clients have settled with Boeing over last year's crash all lawsuits have been filed Illinois were Boeing is headquartered also Boeing is now beginning the process of paying the families of victims out of a compensation fund each family will get around one hundred forty five thousand dollars that money does not preclude the families from suing bowing out like stone EBC then they're headed into space three new crew members on their way to the international space station including a crew member who is a native of Maine CBS is Peter king has more on the launch of a Russian spacecraft from Kazakhstan launch came after sundown the so use rocket lighting up the sky overcast expand its caring America Jessica beer on her first space flight along with the Russian spacecraft commander. making his third station flight also report a guest cosmonaut from the United Arab Emirates he returns to earth with three crew members who were on station now mir commander Oleg score poach go will stay there until April Peter king CBS news circa mir is out Brown University alum and the first person from that school to travel into space near by the way I grew up in terrible may to school..
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
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WTVN
"Attorney bar turned upside down tonight. Turn everything on its head. So what? All things now shifting from Trump and away from Trump toward the conspirators. It was really great Lindsey Graham brought up Senator Feinstein and how the FBI warned her when she had a giant com spy on her. Stafford twenty years remember that she had a spy her driver. And who knows what other ills spying on her staff for twenty years, FOX cut the Feinstein on a staffer jumped up to whisper in her ear. He was probably telling her which com spy Graham was talking about. And I imagine Senator Jeanne Shaheen stop and think about her question for seconds. She really asked the attorney general of the United States. She really asked him why he felt the need to investigate when the F B I. Apparently used phony information to get a FIS a warrant to spy on a political campaign. You bet MS Shane never once questioned the need to investigate Trump for colluding with Russians that made total sense to her. She never once thought about asking anybody why they were doing that. But now when somebody wanted to get to the bottom of the investigation, why do you feel the need to investigate the nation? And in Senator Lahey has the White House told you about what's redact..
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Dot com slash, Dan. Now, very valuable service. All right. Getting right to it. Let's go ding ding, dang. So Bill bar attorney general's up on Capitol Hill yesterday here is the video watched the face of Senator Jeanne Shaheen who did not expect the answer. She got from attorney general bar about if the Obama administration was spying on the Trump team. I think there's spying did occur. Yes. I think spying did occur. Well, let me question whether predicated adequately predicated, and I'm not suggesting it wasn't adequately predicated, but I need to explore that I think it's my obligation congresses usually very concerned about intelligence agencies and law enforcement agencies staying in their proper lane. And I wanna make sure that happens all All located. face on jeans. Let's say she said on this guy says that right? This is this is going to go down as one of the more icon ick images ever in a Capitol Hill hearing, I will never forget her face and for new should neither because he was expecting a more nuanced kind of DC focused group tested way of wave saying that the Obama administration spied on the Trump either things going on right now. Ladies and gentlemen, the median the left freaked out yesterday. They lost their minds. Bill part should resign. The Jennifer Rubin. Liberal from the Washington Post who laughingly pretends to be a conservative pretends to be rational. Which is even worse. Jennifer rubin. We should impeach Bill par they're losing their minds because two things are happening. Now simultaneously. What I said was going to happen. Very long time ago. The collusion hoax is dead. The real scandal is a spying scandal on the Trump team by the Obama administration, and that is very very much alive. So the media flipped out yesterday, and they're taking a number of different approaches. Okay. I'm going to get to some Aaron Blake stuff later in the show from the Washington Post who who was the lead propagandists yesterday. It's kind of funny. I'll get to that later. But here's the big overall approach China take now they're back to the well the use of the word spy is inflammatory..
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Never. All right. Attorney general Abbar yesterday. In the appropriations committee Senator appropriations committee and Senator Jeanne Shaheen started off a an inch exchange with him that resulted in what you've heard a lot about that. I think spying did occur. The big sentence. You're hearing everybody's talking about that. Now, what started this as you just heard was Senator Jeanne Shaheen asking him about a news breaking that he that the attorney general headed simple special team. And you heard him say that it's to review the conduct of intelligence at the Trump campaign during two thousand sixteen and he said he'd been investigated. We have the who is who is investigating. We're expecting NAT report. There are a lot of different groups investigating this. We're gonna pull it all together. We're going to review it all. And we're gonna see what happened. That's what the team is doing. She continued to press him about this. She wanted to find out more, and he did some more explaining and. Who want to say that that I said, I'm reviewing this. I am going. I haven't set up a team yet. But I do have I have in mind having some colleagues felt me pull all this information together. And let me know whether there's some areas that should be looked at. And I also want to make clear this not launching an investigation of the FBI, frankly. To the extent there were there any issues at the FBI. I do not view it as a a problem that's endemic to the FBI. I think there was probably a failure among a group of leaders there at the upper echelon, and so I don't like to hear attacks about the FBI because I think the FBI's an outstanding organization, and I think Chris Wray is a great partner for me. I'm very pleased that he's fair is the director, and if it becomes necessary to to look over some former officials activities, I expect that I'll be relying heavily on Chris. And we're closely with him. In looking at that information. There. He would've Trump stooge. But did you notice I almost feel as if he were trying to just kind of slowly and gently ease them into this because he knows exactly what he's saying? He understands exactly the ground on which he is walking right now. And it is just full of landmines. He was choosing his words very, very carefully. And he was saying, look, I don't view this as a problem that's endemic to the FBI. I just think there was failure among leaders at the upper echelons, I'm not doing an investigation of the it was very very sugar coated, very wrapped in cotton. What do you remember during his confirmation hearing? He he's sixty eight years old during his confirmation hearing. He was asked sort of about like, you know, if the president told you to do something that you bubble, blah. And he was remember he made the basically this comparison. He's like, look, I'm not like some young guy who's looking to have a career beyond this. This is like my last job. I'm just doing this. Because I think it's the right thing to do. And that's the way I'm gonna conduct myself. I'm not going to be burdened by all these concerns about how it looks or whatever he Bill bar so far has lived up to his calling to be an even keeled responsible sober attorney general who's doing the right thing. These are the American people deserve clear answers on this. Check check into it if everything's fine. Great. Let's right. Let's wipe our hands of this. Let's move on. But if not we got to fix it and quickly and he did say yesterday, I feel I have an obligation to make sure government power is an abused. Isn't that what we all want to how refreshing isn't that? What we all want? Greg Jarrett joins us at six thirty five to delve into this deeper. We'll get Greg's take on this. It is now.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Attorney general bar turned it upside down today turned everything on its head. So what? Thanks now. Shifting from Trump and away from Trump toward the conspirators. It was really great Lindsey Graham brought up Senator Feinstein and how the FBI warned her when she had a TriCalm come spy on her. Stafford twenty years remember that she had a spy her driver. And who knows what other ills? Spying from the Chaika on her staff for twenty years, FOX cut the Feinstein on a staffer jumped up to whisper in her ear. He was probably telling her which comes spy Graham was talking about. And I mentioned Senator Jeanne Shaheen squash. Stop and think about her question for seconds. She really asked the attorney general of the United States. She really asked him why he felt the need to investigate when the FBI apparently used phony information to get a FIS a warrant to spy on a political campaign. Now, you can bet machine never once questioned the need to investigate Trump for colluding with Russians that made total sense to her. She never once thought about asking anybody why they were doing that. But now when somebody wanted to get to the bottom of the investigation, why do you feel the need to investigate the investigation, and in Senator Lahey has the White House told you about what's redacted you discussed any of this? No, no, and the special counsels all aboard.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Bartended upside down tonight. Turn everything on its head. So what? Whole things now shifting from Trump and away from Trump toward the conspirators. It was really great Lindsey Graham brought up Senator Feinstein and how the FBI warned her when she had a China com. Spy on her Stafford twenty years, remember that she had spy her driver. And who knows what other else spying from the child comes on her staff for twenty years, FOX cut the Feinstein on a staffer jumped up to whisper in her ear. He was probably telling her which comes by Graham was talking about. And I imagine Senator Jeanne Shaheen squash. Stop and think about her question for seconds. She really asked the attorney general of the United States. She really asked him why he felt the need to investigate when the F B apparently used phony information to get a FIS a warrant to spy on a political campaign. You can bet MS Shane never once questioned the need to investigate Trump for colluding with Russians that made total sense to Hirsch. He never once thought about asking anybody why they were doing that. But now when somebody wanted to get the bottom of the investigation, why do you feel the need to investigate the investigation, and in Senator Lahey has the White House told you about what's redacted you discussed any of this.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Heinous T AM seven hundred sounds most stimulating talk three things. I think you need to know. Number one. The attorney general United States William bar said just minutes ago. He believes the Trump campaign was spied upon and he's going to look into that. That is a big big big deal. Before this. The only person that said that was Trump himself. Well, some congressmen actually Nunez and Jim Jordan Nate Markman is they looked into that too. And they they believe that. But this is a big deal in the AG says it. Second thing. That I think you need to know is one of the nut jobs on that community launch. And they're not all not just retired law enforcement are good people on the community law enforcement partnership committee here in Pima county. You're the ones that were. This boy was created to give cover to the supervisors. So they could say we're voting down stone garden was recommended to us by this group that looks at grant's one of the people on it that recommended voting against. Stone garden Zaira serrato. She is also the same person that helped organize. Be destruction of a Tucson business. That Cup it up. Restaurant that posted on Facebook. They support the president the pledge America. And then they got harassed with phone calls and threats and everything she took credit for making that happen. This nitwit is thirty year old socialist. She also was Bernie Sanders supporter. Started Latinas for Bernie Sanders. She admitted to getting things started. And she was appointed to this board by Sharon, Bronson supervisor Bronson the driver horrible third thing. I think you need to know t- USD votes. Five zero to say, nobody can ask students about immigration status. Even police officers on our campus, and they only voted three two to to get more transparency for their budget. You know, voted against transparency at alita royalva and crystel-foster three things. I think you need to know. I don't want you to hear this whole thing. This is very important. There. We cool. Democrat Senator Jean I'll play for my end. Okay. Okay. Democrat Senator I'm going to pause for things democrat Senator Jeanne Shaheen getting her five minutes with attorney general Bill bar just minutes ago. I want you to after hearing everything I want you to be the beginning when she asked about why are you looking into how the investigation of Trump took place and things like that. This is really incredible stuff. Listen to this is the biggest story of the country right now. Listen to this news broke today that you have a special team looking into why the FBI open an investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen elections. I wonder if you can share with this committee who's on that team why you felt the need to form that kind of a team and what you intend to be the scope of their investigation. I my confirmation hearing. I am going to be reviewing. Botha Genesis and the conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign during two thousand sixteen. And. A lot has already been invented a lot of this has already been investigated in a substantial portion of it has been investigated and is being investigated by the office of inspector General Department. But one of the things I want to do is pull together all the information from the various investigations that have gone on including on the hill. And in the department and see if there were any remaining questions to be addressed. And can you share with us? Why you feel a need to do that? Well, you know for the same well for the same reason, we're worried about foreign influence in elections. We wanna make sure that. During elect spying on a political campaign is a big deal. It's a big deal generation. I grew up in which was the Vietnam war period. You know, people were all concerned about spying on antiwar people and so forth by the government. And there are a lot of rules put in place to make sure that genetically basis before before our Lund Foresman agencies, get involved in politics, political surveillance. I'm not suggesting that those rules were violated. But I think it's important to look at and I'm not I'm not talking about the FBI, necessarily, but intelligence agencies, more broadly. So you're not you're not suggesting though that spine occurred. Well. If you could I think there's spying Kerr. Yes. Thanks. Baby. Let me question was whether it was predicated adequately predicated, and I'm not suggesting it wasn't really predicated. But I mean to explore that I think it's my obligation. Congress is usually very concerned about intelligence agencies and law enforcement agencies staying in their proper lane. And I want to make sure that happened. We have a lot of rules about and. I want to say that that I said, I'm reviewing this. I am going. I haven't set up a team yet. But I do have I have in mind having some colleagues, they'll pull all this information together. And yeah, I mean, no, whether there's some areas that should be looked at and I also want to make clear this is not launching an investigation of the FBI. I frankly. To the extent there were there were any issues at the FBI. I do not view it as a problem that's endemic to the FBI. I think there was probably a failure among a group of leaders there at the upper echelon, and so I don't like to hear attacks about the FBI because I think the FBI's an outstanding organization, and I think, you know, Chris Wray is a great partner for me. I'm very pleased that he stares director, and if it becomes necessary to to look over from former officials activities expect it'll be relying heavily on Christian. And we're closely with him in looking at that information. But that's what I'm doing. I feel I have an obligation to make sure that government power is not abused. I mean, I think the principal roles of the attorney, Jim exactly. I think we all have an obligation to ensure that government power is not abused. The question. I have is what happens when the executive is potentially playing that role. What's that's where it doesn't seem to me? There has been adequate oversight, really. And thank you for your time. So not adequate oversight did a two two half year investigation. Unlimited power tens of millions of twenty five million dollars. Been. We haven't looked in enough of Trump's of using his power. So what do we have he said spying occurred? He's gonna look into it to say was there a reason why was there? A reason illegal reason was her justification to spy on. We all know, there was no legal reason. So when he finds out officially, and he knows everybody knows there's no legal reason. What happens then is that when the indictment start is that when the investigation happens? We need some perp walks baby it's not going to be a quick process. He said, I think by may or June and going to come up with figuring out was their reasoning for this it shouldn't take long to figure it out. What I'm saying? The perp walks. Maybe the second term of the Trump administration. You wanna talk about draining? The swamp to basically scare the hell out of everybody from doing this crap again. And what's going to happen is what Russia has been saying? We accidentally elected. The cleanest. Politician. There was we accidentally elected the politician that had the least amount of baggage that the least corrupted though, the least amount that is done any corruption because he hasn't if there was anything that Trump has done wrong. Where legal it would be out by now would have been out before the election in November of.
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Fiery bubby? I'm Dennis Prager wonderful to be with you. I finished by exit by Genesis second volume. I didn't start with the first of my commentary on the bible. I worked till seven in the morning yesterday. Yes. It was a very intense very ever thought possible to describe the amount of work. This is taking I love it. And it's difficult. Isn't that summarize it summarizes life? I love it. And it's difficult. So that is the reason I was off yesterday. Thank Mark Davis. That's a good thing. To know that your show is in good hands in the pros hands. Even at the last minute call I literally worked around the clock. There is so much. I'm telling you, I've been on my mind is. The brain is full. The United States Senate cannot pass a law that a born child is protected if there is a. A botched the Boertien or whatever the circumstance might be. Senator Jeanne Shaheen Hampshire. She said that this is just another. Series of attacks on women's health..
"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on National Defense Magazine Podcast
"Chiefs of staff was the highest ranking US official conference was left to him to sherpa -ticipant s- that the United States will meet international security commitments for seventy years. United States has been the leader of the free world along with silence has guaranteed survival of the national order. Admiral Philip Davidson of Indo Pacific command reiterated loveless sentiment. He described the United States enduring Pacific power that will not change we could not leave region. Even if we wanted to. US congressional delegation met the press unr- asked about the disconnect between what was said by US military leaders of the conference and the rhetoric from the White House, ignore the president's words and the tweets look at the actions maker said Senator Jeanne Shaheen the Scher said there's a bipartisan commitment congress invest in the world and to continue to be engaged Senator Roger wicker Republican for Mississippi. So the president says he's not a globalist. He's a nationalist yet. He sending his secretary of state all over the world Ryan solve problems. One wonders what the late Senator John McCain lives about all this. This has been Stu Magnusson editor chief of national fence. Check out our blog and read more defense and homeland security stories in January twenty nineteen issue of national defense at WWW dot national defense, magazine dot org.
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
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.
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..
Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment at 7:20 a.m. EDT
"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.
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.