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Free Beacon: Biden Joint Chiefs Nominee Embraces ‘Gender Advisers’ for Troops

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 1 year ago

Free Beacon: Biden Joint Chiefs Nominee Embraces ‘Gender Advisers’ for Troops

"Biden joint chiefs nome NOM embraces gender advisers for our troops This is part of what I talk about on the Sunday show how we're focused on this sort of stuff and the communist Chinese are focused on killing us President Joe Biden's nominee free bacon for the vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff told the Senate gender advisers for combat troops are critical to U.S. success a position some veteran says nothing more than a left wing initiative that distracts from the military's court duties Where are we finding these generals And are they working for us or the enemy Who are these fools The revelation came during a December 8 exchange with senator Jeanne shaheen Democrat New Hampshire Who asked how admiral Christopher Grady intends to implement women peace and security legislation within the joint chiefs of staff Women peace and security the role of a gender adviser is a way to attack a very significant issue And if confirmed I look forward to leveraging those advisers who could make me think better and smarter about the issues that you raise Grady said So I look forward to if confirmed understanding the ecosystem and helping advance the cause going forward again This is general This is a general

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

"Coast to coast border to border across the fruited plane, guess what was happening here in the news bunker. What? Santa must have dropped by because we have loads of candy canes and chocolate candies down. Oh, sweet. I'm about to go get some chocolate. Yeah, yeah. Well, there may or may not be some left. Including some delicious cranberry orange bread. I've had two pieces of that. Our colleague Claire made for us. A homemade. It's so good. You see, this is why it's dangerous hosting a radio show in the Deep South. I'm just telling you. Everyone knows how to like, you got producer Kyle and his Mac and cheese. That was when her baked goods. What do I got? Very tasty. Very tasty. And you know we're doing the big, we're doing the big company shindig Christmas bash over at Ruth's Chris. Mister call screener will be with me. Oh, you better. Oh, good, good. Nothing better than beef and sizzling butter. Yeah. I'm just gonna say. All right, anyway, so all that to say there's candy downstairs in the break time. I hope you guys are doing good today. Tomorrow is a major day in this nation. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on Mississippi's pro life legislation. Now that law limits abortion after 15 weeks, putting in a direct conflict with roe V wade. And Democrats are horrified. As a matter of fact, earlier today, and we've got some audio we're going to play here, senator Jeanne shaheen. A Democrat basically issued a warning to the Supreme Court. Take a listen. This infringement on women's rights on our privacy on the attempt to have state control of our personal health really is what we would see in an authoritarian state. It's not what we would expect in New Hampshire. I think if you want to see a revolution, go ahead, outlaw roe V wade and see what the response is of the public, particularly young people. Yeah, so she's threatening a revolution and then Chuck Schumer and I want to play this sound bite. We're going to go right to Tony Perkins. This is Chuck Schumer last year on another pro life piece of legislation..

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Day of September 34 minutes past the hour. Secretary of State Antony Blinken face the second day of tough questioning about the bind administrations much criticised withdrawal from Afghanistan. Blinking again Tuesday blamed the Trump administration for its February peace deal with the Taliban that, he said tied the president's hands as well as the quick and unexpected collapse of the Afghan government. Senator Marco Rubio, demanding to know how the intelligence about the collapse was so wrong, suggesting the policy leaves the US vulnerable to arrivals. The fact of matter is where it leaves us. Now, on top of all the other things that have been mentioned here from a geopolitical perspective is not a good place. I think China and Russia and Iran they look at this box, which watch withdrawn. What they see is in confidence that they think they might be able to exploit May lead to miscalculation to your point. We, collectively over 20 years invested his coronary amounts in the security forces and in that government Hundreds of billions of dollars. Equipment training advice. Support. Uh and Based on that, as well as based on what we were looking at real time again. Uh, we did not see this, uh, collapse in a matter of of 11 days, but it is important that we go back and look at all of this. Senator, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, who has long fought for the US to protect advances made by Afghan women and girls demanded to know what the Biden administration is doing to protect those gains. We will soon appoint at my direction a senior official responsible for focusing and marshaling all of our efforts on support for women, girls and minorities in Afghanistan. I think it's very important that we have a focal point.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Bill. Good morning. I'm Brian Gannon for Charity McCurdy with our top stories in traffic and weather together. Jewel Weather Channel forecast Partly cloudy today just a slight chance of an isolated shower highs today in the middle of her nineties 72 now NewsRadio 1200 W. Away off Governor Greg Abbott will sign the election Integrity bill later today, a ceremony said for Tyler That bill will roll back some pandemic related voter accommodations, along with the samples, new rules for mail in voting and tightening existing voting procedures, the Justice Department vowing to protect women trying to get an abortion in Texas. Attorney General Merrick Garland says the same goes for clinics. His office is saying that it is urgently looking at options to challenge the state's new law, which bans abortions after six weeks. Uber lifter creating legal defense fund for their drivers over Texas New abortion law. Former Obama administration senior adviser Valerie Jarrett is applauding the move. Imagine you're driving a lift and somebody gets in your car and you plug in the address and you take them there are you supposed to say? Are you on your way to the abortion to get an abortion? Are you six weeks along The new law, which went into effect last week, gives citizens the right to file civil lawsuits against anyone aiding an abortion. In the state, including those who transport women to clinics. Left CEO promises. The fund will cover all legal fees for drivers sued under the law while working for the ride sharing company. Uber CEO says that uber will do the same Texas Republican Congressman Michael McCaul says the administration botched the evacuation of Afghanistan and now put Americans still in the country at risk. Well, I think in many respects because this administration ignored the warnings of the intelligence Community assessments overrode the top generals. We find ourselves in this very precarious, dangerous situation where the Taliban is now dictating terms to us where they're dictating the terms of our exit strategy. Dictating where the Americans can leave or not. McCall making the comments on Fox News Sunday, 26 Republican senators are now asking President Biden for the exact number of Americans still trapped in Afghanistan. And in a separate letter from 10, Republican senators, they're asking for answers about how divided administration intends to keep its promise to continue assisting individuals who desire to evacuate. Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New York also penned a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday, asking for an update on the evacuation status of 2200 names. She provided the department as well as a generally better understanding of the process to support those who still remain and Democrats are getting involved as well. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Monday said he is furious about the Biden administrations delays in getting Americans out of Afghanistan, saying, I have been deeply frustrated, even furious that our government's delay and inaction Michael Bauer news radio 1200 Wook I Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards, his FEMA has approved his request. Activator temporary housing program for thousands of Louisiana residents displaced. By Hurricane Ida. That program picks up hotel tabs for people with damaged homes. Thousands of evacuees are in Texas today, and officials are telling them they should stay here until their homes are livable again. Empower is back on. Meanwhile, in Louisiana this morning, the American Red Cross continues to provide assistance to those who are still there. As we get into the days and weeks after the impact we Look to do more advanced recovery efforts. Right now we have three kitchen stood up that are pushing out thousands and thousands of meals.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on 790 KABC

"7 90 k a big see the home of Ben Shapiro. Okay, ABC, Los Angeles Orange County. A cumulus station. Yeah, it is. Right. Okay, ABC. ABC News at six o'clock Good morning on this Tuesday. I'm Jim Root. Here's what's happening. With just a week to go. Governor Gavin Newsom hit the campaign trail over the Labor Day weekend warning voters what could happen if he loses the recall election? We don't vote no Larry Elder is going to be sworn as your next governor a matter of weeks. Meantime, former K ABC talk show host Larry Elder spent his holiday weekend explaining why he thinks Governor Newsom deserves to lose his job. The quality of our schools his decline. Homelessness is up. Half the living is up. The recall election is September 14th. But you can mail in your ballot any time And if you prefer to vote in person, the polls officially opened Saturday. There are 108 vote centers opened in LA County 31 locations in Orange County. Sharon Rairden Kate ABC News 26. Republican senators are asking President Biden for the exact number of Americans still trapped in Afghanistan. In a separate letter from 10, Republican senators, they're asking for answers about how the Vita administration intends to keep its promise. Mr Continue assisting individuals who desire to evacuate. Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New York also penned a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Thursday asking for an update on the evacuation status of 2200 names. She provided the department as well as a generally better understanding of the process to support those who still remain and Democrats are getting involved as well. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Monday said he is furious about the Biden administrations delays in getting Americans out of Afghanistan, saying, I have been deeply frustrated, even furious at our Governments delay and inaction..

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on This Week with George Stephanopoulos

"On that one but very much on his mind what happened when all. Us troops pulled out of iraq and then isis moved in. I wanted just go back to the iraq. D think about iraq when we're leaving here and what happened in iraq when we left. Oh absolutely i mean. That's that's that's on everybody's mind again. These are judgements that we have to make balance our national interest. Whatever happens here in the future. Says the general does not take away from the accomplishments of those who served but says there are lessons. that should be learned. How do you think this war will be remembered. Would like us not. Just turn our backs on us. I think there there are tremendous lessons and You know they're not all positives. And there's victories as well so we can celebrate those But good organizations Really learn from those things that didn't go as well as they want to an honest self reflection that that's going to be important going forward indeed it is for more now on us troop withdrawal. Let's bring in someone who has spent fifteen years reporting on afghanistan especially the plight of women there gaels amok lemond a junked senior fellow at the council on foreign relations and author of the dressmaker of car. Khanna good to see you gail. I have heard general after general as you have say. Just give us a little more time. Politicians say it as well and yet you cannot call this a successful effort given what's going on with the taliban so when you look at it why isn't biden right just pulling out those troops. Afghanistan has always been a story of dark clouds in green shoots. And they've lived right alongside each other and what you saw depended on where you said and i think the moment now is not about the military piece the moment now is about. What is the political future. What's going to happen in terms of economic development in eight. And how do you keep people safe who have supported the united states for the past nineteen years. General miller told me he didn't think the taliban change we're negotiating with the taliban right now but he doesn't think they've really changed from nineteen ninety to twenty twenty one. So how do you negotiate with them. When they're taking over the country so afghanistan twenty twenty one is not afghanistan. Nine hundred ninety six. When the toll bunch swept kabul and kabul is a very different place in rapidly urbanizing country. Think about this. Two-thirds of the country is twenty five and under. They don't even remember the last time around and the question is how do you protect the gains made by young people who have fought every single day for a brighter future. And i know you've been in communication with afghan women often are. What are you hearing. Senator jeanne shaheen says she wants some sort of law helping women over there. Can we really do that. How much influence do we really have at this point. Yeah i mean the. Us has leveraged first of all the united states there is diplomatic leverage. There has to be a push. There has to be a push we've gone and there has to be a push for a conversation that includes the discussion of what happens with women right. That aid going forward in the future has to have some relevance to that. Secondly think about what's happened. You know herat. University is fifty one percent female right. They most of the people applying for her university or women. You have this whole generation that it looks very different. Has the tobon changed. Most people living under tobon rules say no. It hasn't but there's no question that it understands. The environment is coming back into is very different than one left when it left power and while it might have technicals and technical vehicles it doesn't have technocrats and it knows it needs engineers doctors and all of that to govern so yes the us has leverage. Well we hope they have a bright future but very concerned still always great to talk to you. Great to.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This is definitely a legendary street. Now. You know a lot of youth come to the Y M. C. A. They see this and they think of Wow, This is what lunch is really capable of doing, and they inspired by, he says their mission is to spread awareness about social injustice. While educating and empowering the community in Lawrence, Suzanne SARS ville WBZ Boston's news radio New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is teaming up with Maine Senator Susan Collins on a bill that would prohibit discrimination against federal jurors on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The current U. S code only protects against discrimination by race, religion, sex national origin. An economic status. 11 states prohibit exclusion from Juries based on orientation. Eight have protections for gender identity. One man is dead, another injured after a driver slammed into Spectators at yesterday. Stonewall Pride Parade in South Florida CBS's Bob Yates is in a Milton Manners. With more. The truck was also participating in the parade and had a pride flag on it. The driver was even wearing a pride shirt. A senior official briefed on the incident tells CBS Miami that the initial indications are that this was an accident. The driver of the truck is telling police that his foot got stuck between the gas pedal and the brake, causing him to lose control. And it's two of seven time now for Bloomberg business. Several new studies show Americans have been drinking more during the Covid 19 pandemic. But with so many restaurants and liquor stores around the country closed temporarily or out of business permanently. Where were they getting their alcohol? We focus on selling our wines and restaurants and As our restaurant partners across the country and really around the world were course too close. You know, we were worried, frankly, and we found that the consumers found other ways to purchase wine. Silver Oak Winery CEO David Duncan says he's grateful for regulatory changes that allowed his company to ship to consumers. Consumers were there and with restaurants closed, we needed to be able to sell our product and so many, many states, I think we can shift to 45 states. Now it's changed pretty dramatically. It will be interesting to see how Model continues to evolve as we come back out of the pandemic, But is that change permanent? Duncan doesn't think so. I think as the restaurants come back, we're really going to see the demand shift again. I'm Jill Schneider Bloomberg Business on WBZ, Boston's news radio and coming up next at 2 15, a man and woman arrested in Boston on human trafficking charges that plus all your headlines, then we're back in three with sports traffic and weather at home. At work or if it's one and the same. Your place for news hasn't changed. Tell your smart speaker to play WBZ NewsRadio on I Heart radio. Hey, in.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"After drowning in a family pool. This happened last night and rent them. First responders responded to the call just after eight p.m. near hillside drive and rent them. The child was rushed to the hospital but did not make it. Police say This all happened during a large family party at the house in the victim's name is not being released at this time. Over now, to Lawrence, a black lives matter. Street mural is being repainted this afternoon in honor of June teens. Dozens of people are helping out with the repaint on Lauren Street. Here's organizer Michael Bastian, go with this is to make Juneteenth celebration every year in this community. That's the real goal. So we started it this year, and we want to continue it on for the rest of our lives and then inspire other communities to do the same as us and that was organizer Jason Raise chiming in there at the end. Now, this is the first Juneteenth celebration in Lawrence later this afternoon in carbon Park. There will also be live performances and special guest speakers, including the city's mayor and chief of police there as well. New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is teaming up with Maine Senator Susan Collins for some new legislation. That bill would essentially prohibit discrimination against federal jurors on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The current U. S code only protects against discrimination by race, religion, sex national origin as well as economic status. 11 States prohibit exclusion from Juries based on orientation, and eight have protections for gender identity. Meanwhile, the federal government is taking a stand for transgender veterans. Here's more on that from CBS is Lisa Matteo. The Department of Veteran affairs says it plans to offer gender confirmation surgery to transgender veterans through its healthcare coverage. The move reverses a 2013 ban of a expects to begin the two year process this summer. The Washington Post is reporting that although the cost of the department is unknown, just under 4000 veterans would be interested in the surgery. Lisa Matteo. CBS NEWS, A driver, who appear to be part of a pride parade in South Florida, slammed into Spectators yesterday, killing one man and seriously injuring another. Let's find out more from the A. P s. Julie Walker Pedestrians are down. Evidently, a vehicle possibly ran over him. There could be additional patients a scary scene captured on broadcast. If I ground we're going to have An adult trauma way. And a trauma code. The man driving it was about to enter the parade line up, and the two victims were part of the Fort Lauderdale Gay men's Chorus family, according to a statement by the group's president, Justin Knight, who also says to my knowledge this was not an attack on the LGBT community. Police took the driver into custody and are still investigating all possibilities after some witnesses said the crash appeared to be intentional. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz was also taking part in the Wilton Manors Stonewall Pride Parade just north of Fort Lauderdale, and was visibly shaken but not injured. I'm Julie Walker. It's wanna wait time now for Bloomberg business with the warm weather here, it's time to fire up the grill and grill makers are ready after being caught short last year. Bloomberg reporter Gerald Porter says grills are more plentiful. This company started to do things differently, just in terms of pure demand that companies like Newell Brands who makes Coleman didn't expect last year, so this work is starting earlier. It's more intense and it's leading to more grills on the shelves. NPD Group says US Grill sales soared 41% for the year ended in March and demand room Mean strong, I think with the past year where gas grills took off again in charcoal held its position as a novel leader, consumers are expected to flock back to those this year. As economies reopen. Consumers may look beyond the backyard to activities that had been put on hold, which also could boost grilled a man, especially as tailgating season comes back around with college football and NFL games. The industry is optimistic. Clorox, owner of the Kingsford Brand says If you're not grilling now, you probably will be soon. I'm Larry Kaskey Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's news, Ray Alexa play WBZ NewsRadio. Were.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Beautiful sunshine on Wednesday, looking idea like much cooler, too. Right now. Beautiful bright sunshine 85 degrees in Randolph 83 in Beverly in Denver's and 84 in Boston. It's 12 05. New Hampshire, Senator Jeanne Shaheen is teaming up with Maine Senator Susan Collins for some new legislation. That bill would essentially prohibit discrimination against federal jurors on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. Now the current U. S code only protects against discrimination by race. Religion, sex, national origin and economic status. 11 states prohibiting exclusion from Juries based on orientation and aid have protections for gender identity. Meanwhile, the federal government is taking a stand for transgender veterans. Let's find out more from CBS. Lisa Matteo, the Department of Veteran Affairs says it plans to offer gender confirmation surgery to transgender veterans through its healthcare coverage. The move reverses a 2013 ban of a expects to begin the two year process this summer. The Washington Post is reporting that although the cost of the department is unknown, just under 4000 veterans would be interested in the surgery. Lisa Monetario CBS News One man is dead and another injured after a driver slammed into Spectators at a pride parade in South Florida, CBS. But Beth Yates is in Milton Manners with more details for US truck was also participating in the parade and had a pride flag on it. The driver was even wearing a pride shirt. A senior official briefed on the incident tells CBS Miami that the initial indications are that this was an accident. The driver of the truck is telling police that his foot got stuck between the gas pedal and the brake. Causing him to lose control photos and videos from the scene showing Democratic U. S representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz in tears at the parade. In a statement last night, she says she was safe but deeply shaken and devastated. That a life was lost. The US Catholic bishops have voted to go forward with a move that could ban President Joe Biden from Communion. The group is targeting the president for supporting abortion rights. But the move, why didn't their rift with Pope Francis Last month, Pope Francis in the Vatican all but instructed the conference of US Roman Catholic bishops not to proceed with recommending a ban on pro choice Catholic politicians from taking communion. The vote of 168 in favor 55 opposed US bishops vote is a defiant rebuke of the Vatican's urging them not to co opt the church's sacraments for partisan aims. With this vote, though, the U. S bishops raised the stakes in their campaign against same sex rights, birth control and abortion. Despite the fact that the majority of American Catholics are pro choice. Megan Williams, ABC NEWS Rome Learning More today about an incident out of Wayland last week, police say they interviewed a man who was accused of trying to lure a young girl into his vehicle. Officers later confirmed that the man was actually trying to help her cross the street but was misunderstood because of a heavy accent. The man says he's from the area and knows the roads are very dangerous for Children he will not be facing any charges is 12 08 over now to Bloomberg business. Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. Two of the richest people on the planet are in a race for space. And right now Bezoza is playing catch up. It's the tortoise, not the hair. Brad Stone, author of Amazon Unbound points out that Bezoza is the tortoise with his space company, Blue origin. He always wanted to go slow. He wanted to constrain the investment since he was paying for it all with billions in Amazon stock, suborbital or the edge of space and bringing tourists There was going to be the first step, and then they would get to orbit and then they would go to the moon. But then SpaceX launches rockets right into orbit and announces a timetable for the moon and Mars. The hair came along. Ellen comes along, finances it with venture capital and then government contracts and gets all the glory. Bezos recently grabbed the spotlight with word that he's flying into space himself next month with blue origin and he's closing in on a NASA contract. I'm Manu Rivera Bloomberg Business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Place of.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That is disinformation. So that is cyber attacks. And the president when he meets with Vladimir Putin needs to be sure and raise all these issues and Show the strength raising them. What do you want him to do well to be to hold a firm line? Yeah, I mean, I think there's three things that actually would get the attention of President Putin. One is to be sure that our allies are also holding a firm line so as tough as the president needs to be, and I hope you will be. It's also important that he say, I'm not in this alone, and in fact, every freedom loving country ought to be having the same reaction to this. It's unbelievable. Here we are in the 21st century and you have a country that has violated sovereign borders, you know, taken over parts of countries in the case of Ukraine and Georgia. And continues to militarize as areas and violate human rights. So everybody needs to stand up. And that includes by the way are you friends who are looking for more natural gas. Forgive me for jumping in. I know you've got a couple more, but I want to make sure in our short time that Senator Shaheen gets to work in what? What Specifically, do you want Biden to do. Well again. I think what Senator Portman says about our allies is critical. The president will be coming from the G seven. He'll be coming from the NATO summit and hopefully in both of those arenas. He will have a chance to rally our allies because what is going to make a difference to Putin isn't just what the United States says it. It's what the international community does, and when we speak. With one voice as the E U and the United States did in response to the Ryanair downing of that jet. It has an impact. And we need to continue to do that and and to let Putin know that he's going to be held accountable and that there are red lines. We want to make sure that he understands what are red lines are It's interesting that you two seem to be on the same page of this. Given that there's not much bipartisan anything to be found in Washington. Oh, absolutely. But I hear you speaking with with one voice on Russia and Eastern Europe. Thank you so much to both of you for your time. We appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. That is Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat of New Hampshire, and Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio. Mm. You're listening to all things Considered on w N Y C. I'm Sean Carlson. Brooklyn Borough president Eric Adams, who is now running for mayor gave reporters and TV cameras and unexpected glimpse into his private life Today, a personal tour of his Bedford Stuyvesant home. Now. This event comes in response to a story reported by politico that found conflicting public records on properties that Adam Zones and raise questions about where he lived and whether he was using public space like his office in Borough Hall for private use. W My sees Elizabeth Kim joins us now to give us more. Hey, Liz. Hi, Sean. You were one of the reporters on this tour of Eric Adams, Brooklyn home today. Can you give us some details about it? About a dozen reporters, including TV crews took turns this morning, going inside a small ground floor and basement apartment in a row house that Adam's bones in bed Stuy. There's a living room and kitchen on the first floor and a small bedroom and bathroom in the basement. Adams let the press take photos and videos and he even opened up his fridge. After one reporter asked The point of all this is to prove that he really does live in Brooklyn. Can you give us some context here for people who may not be caught up on this story? This all was brought into question yesterday, right? Correct. The political story found several properties listed as Adams address and public records. At least until recently, it appears Adams owned three properties this bed Stuy property, a co op in Prospect Heights and a condo in Fort Lee, New Jersey that he co owns with his girlfriend. But today, his campaign staff said that he sold his shares in the Prospect Heights apartment. Also the story reported that Adams had been seen making trips to Brooklyn Borough Hall in the middle of the night. As you might remember, Adams lived in Brooklyn Borough Hall during the height of the pandemic, he said he did that so that he could work around the clock for his constituents. So all of this together, plus the fact that we are three days away from early voting resulted in and the rival campaigns suggesting that atoms doesn't live where he says he does. Andrew Yang, his main rival in the race, accused him of living in New Jersey and demanded to see his EZ Pass records. What does Adam say about all of this? He was emotional, he said. This is where he lives. He said he hasn't brought any pressed to his home because he's a private person. Adams, as you may remember, is a former police officer, and he has said that he often felt his life was threatened. He choked up at one point recalling a moment where his car windows were shot up. And that happened not long after his son was born, his son Jordan Coleman, who is now 25 was there at the press conference with him. Jordan lives in New Jersey with his mom, but he occasionally stays with atoms because he attends graduate school in the city. Now his campaign said that Adams is open to any requests under the Freedom of Information Act for his EZ Pass records..

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You need to know. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejects the idea of centering Donald Trump. Now that the former president has been acquitted in the Senate, the state Department of Public Health reported 1949 new coronavirus cases yesterday evening and 65 more deaths. Another person has died from that fire in Worcester Friday night, bringing the death toll to three. Thean, imprisoned former FBI agent with connections to mobster Whitey Bulger is asking to be released from prison early Now back to our top story yesterday's acquittal in the Senate of Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial. Seven Republicans, including Susan Collins of Maine, joined 50 Democrats in voting to impeach the president 10 short of the number needed to convict CBS is Skyler Henry tells us more about closing arguments from Mr Trump's lawyers and the response from the former president himself. The defense continued to challenge the legitimacy of the Senate trial. This has been perhaps the most unfair and flagrantly unconstitutional proceeding in the history of the United States Senate After his acquittal, Mr. Trump issued a statement saying, in part, this has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No president has ever gone through anything like it. Skyler Henry. CBS NEWS Washington And among the seven Republican senators voting to convict Trump with Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana. Cassidy on ABC s this week says there must now be a bipartisan probe into the deadly capital insurrection. There should be a complete investigation. About what happened on 16 both. Why was there not? Mork Law Enforcement National Guard already mobilized what was known who knew it when they do it all that because that builds the basis so this never happens again in the future. New Hampshire Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen voted to impeach Trump. She called the case made by the House impeachment managers clear and compelling. Well. China is responding to US allegations that its withholding information about the covert outbreak from World Health Organization investigators, the White House says it had deep concerns about the way the data from early in the pandemic was being handled. China is now accusing the U. S of damaging international cooperation and pointing fingers at countries that have been supporting the W H O Following the U. S allegations. W. H O T members spoke out, saying their investigators had gotten the right information throughout their investigation. Amid the nation's covert vaccine roll out, there are calls for teachers to have more access to the vaccines. Brown University's Dr Ashish Jha on the high stakes had lots of schools open quite safely without having teachers vaccinated. That said. I have been in favor of getting teachers vaccinated early and making them a priority. I think it will add an important level of Assurance and will help us open school safely. John also said Madonna and Fizer are studying their vaccines for use in adolescents aged 12 to 17. He says that data should be out by late spring or early summer. Museums are among the cultural institutions that have suffered during the pandemic. CBS is Steve Kay, Thin has more on a Seattle artist move to bring art into people's homes like little libraries that have popped up in the pandemic. For book sharing. There are little art galleries, Seattle artist Stacey Mill. Rainey has won all of our museums and galleries and Other art forms have been shut down. So this is a substitute. It's attracted a lot of locals like Burton Holt, who's contributed several pieces because of the pandemic because of what everybody's going through, and another creative outlet for people that probably never had a creative outlet. It's also attracted an online community more than 200 works of passed through since December. Steve Caven. CBS News Mardi Gras in New Orleans canceled no parades and bars in the area closed through Tuesday. Some tourists, though, showed up anyway, this woman named Chany says she just couldn't stay away. So excited to come through Mardi Gras. We booked this trip a year Golden Koran viruses, shutting everything down. Bourbon Street is closed through.

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02:20 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And the response from the former president himself. The defense continued to challenge the legitimacy of the Senate trial. This has been perhaps the most unfair and flagrantly unconstitutional proceeding in the history of the United States Senate After his acquittal, Mr. Trump issued a statement saying, in part this has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country. No president has ever gone through anything like it. Skylar, Regnery, CBS NEWS Washington and among the seven Republican senators Voting to convict the former president was Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana Cassidy on ABC ABC this week, Word says there must now be a bipartisan probe into the deadly capital insurrection last month. There should be a complete investigation. About what happened on 16 both. Why was there not? Mork Law Enforcement National Guard already mobilized what was known who knew it when they do it all that because that builds the basis so this never happens again in the future, and you, Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen voted to impeach the former president. She called a case made by the House impeachment managers clear and compelling. The Boston FBI agent who covered up for Whitey Bulger wants an early release from a Florida State prison. The former FBI agent who was Whitey Bulger's handler, asked to be released from prison last April because of coronavirus fears. A judge shot down that request. Now on Wednesday, 80 year old John Connolly will go before the Florida Commission on Offender Review again asking to be released, his lawyer says, is for health reasons, telling the Herald he has melanoma and diabetes. Connolly serving a four The year since convicted of second degree murder in 2008 guilty of alerting vulture that highlight President John Callahan was going to implicate Bulger in a killing following that tip of mob hit man killed Callahan this all happening back in 1982 in Florida. In a separate case in 2002 Connolly was sentenced to 10 years convicted of racketeering charges for helping Bulger and the Winter Hill gang evade law enforcement. Sherry Small WBC Boston's news radio, A man from Mar Brel is dead after being hit by tractor, too. Taylor on the mass pike in Framingham. State. Police got a call about a man who had been hit by the truck around yesterday morning around six o'clock. Police say the man pulled over his car into the right.

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"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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04:24 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Has house prosecutors wrap up with hours to spare. I'm Tom 40 for two days, House prosecutors pleaded with senators, most of whom were witnesses to the January riot to convict Mr Trump and thus keep him from running for federal office again lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland. I've talked a lot about common sense in this trial because you think I believe that's all you need to arrive that the right answer here. One Republican senators reaction Louisiana's Bill Cassidy. They've done very well. I think that's generally conceded everybody. Looks forward to see how the president's defense team will do. The answer. Mid day. Tom Foti, CBS NEWS Washington, Rhode Island congressman and impeachment manager, David Sis. Cellini is among those Democrats who made the case for impeachment. Speaking in the well of the Senate, congressman David says Cellini accused former President Trump of inciting the insurrection who was trying to become King. He says that attack was unthinkable. Never did any of us. Imagine that we are colleagues would face mortal peril by a mob riled up by the president of the United States. Leader of the free world. We did. All because Donald Trump could not accept his election defeat. Today, the ex president's legal team will have their first chance to respond to the arguments made by Democrats over the past two days. Rory O'Neill, WBZ Boston's news radio in time, there are new federal charges being filed against a group called the Oath Keepers for their actions on the day of the Capitol attack. Justice Department has just find the oath keepers as a militia group. Which heavily recruits or try through group, former military law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel. That has been their M O, according to the FBI and Justice Department. And they've been accused of engaging in some of the organizing that went into the insurrection, and they've been accused of actually communicating with each other during the actual assault. NBC's Pierre Thomas, at least four defendants from that group argued in court that they followed former President Trump's direction to go to the Capitol building. Meantime, this morning, federal prosecutors say, a former FBI and U. S Navy veteran Is becoming a key figure in the capital. Riot authorities say. Thomas Caldwell 66 years old, helped organize far right groups in the attack on January 6th. Tubman on the 20 New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is calling on new Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to make it a priority to put American abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill. Airline's gonna make their case today at the White House to avoid a new coronavirus testing rule. Today, CEOs from the country's biggest airlines will meet at the White House. It comes as the airlines are suffering the new cove it very instant slow vaccine rollout have hampered in airline recovery. The CEO is air pushing back against the plan being considered by the Biden administration and CDC to require negative covert tests before domestic U. S flights and federal bailout money will expire soon. They're looking for more to avoid layoffs. Alex Stone, ABC News 9 48 Blue Sky, Bright Sunshine For now, clouds later just 13 degrees South. The door this morning today marks the beginning of the Lunar New Year, But CBS is Stacey Butler says, for Asian Americans. In California, especially this year. Celebrations are taking on a different tone, and you can thank the pandemic for that. Orange County's popular Ted Festival is canceled. Outdoor malls, usually bustling with activity are closing early. It's something we have accepted and it's it's sad, but I know that it's just this year and hopefully like next year it could be a bigger celebration at this Westminster Buddhist temple. All is quiet as many contemplate the year of the ox, a symbol for hardworking positivity from the safety of their living rooms. But we cannot go to the Tambo. It cannot do much. Very much at home Festival lasts around 40 days, with China observing a seven day long state holiday in New York more than 9000 recovering coronavirus patients. Were released from hospitals in the nursing homes at the in the beginning of the pandemic of this under a controversial plan that was scrapped during some criticism that it was accelerating outbreaks. The new number is now more than 40% higher than what had previously been released by state health officials and is raising questions as to whether.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Wrap up with hours to spare. I'm Tom 44 2 days, House prosecutors pleaded with senators, most of whom were witnesses to the January riot to convict Mr Trump and thus keep him from running for federal office again lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland. I've talked a lot about Incense in this trial because you think I believe that's all you need to arrive that the right answer here. One Republican senators reaction Louisiana's Bill Cassidy. They've done very well. I think that's generally conceded. Everybody looks forward to see how the president's defense team will do. The answer. Mid day. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington, Rhode Island Congressman David Sis Cellini is among those Democratic managers making the case for impeachment. Speaking in the well of the Senate, congressman David says Cellini accused former President Trump Of inciting the insurrection who is trying to become king? He says That attack was unthinkable. Never did any of us. Imagine that we are colleagues would face mortal peril. AM mob riled up by the president of the United States, the leader of the Free World. We did. All because Donald Trump could not accept his election defeat. Today, the ex president's legal team will have their first chance to respond to the arguments made by Democrats over the past two days. Rory O'Neill WBZ Boston's NewsRadio in time, there are new federal charges filed against a group called the Oath Keepers for their actions on the day of the Capitol attack. Justice Department has just find the oath keepers as a militia group, which heavily recruits or tries to recruit former military law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel. That has been their M O, according to the FBI and Justice Department. And they've been accused of engaging in some of the organizing that went into the insurrection, and they've been accused of actually communicating with each other during the actual assault, say BC'S Pierre Thomas. At least four defendants from the Oath Keepers argue in court that they followed former President Trump's direction to go to the Capitol building. And now this morning, federal prosecutors say, a former FBI and U. S Navy veteran Is becoming a key figure in the capital. Riot authorities say. Thomas Caldwell helped organize several far right groups for the attack. New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is calling on new Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to prioritize the plan. That would put American abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill. And.

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04:22 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Kobe con artists Governor Baker Warren seniors to be careful about who they take with them. Again. A covert vaccine. You snooze, you lose. Massachusetts is cutting vaccine doses going out to hospitals after too many vials Go on Use open season. Dr. Anthony Fauci says he expects by April Everyone in the U. S will be eligible for a Corona virus vaccine. Another $2 trillion president Biden begins discussions with top congressional leaders about a plan to fix the nation's infrastructure. Prosecution pivots and now the Senate impeachment trial turns to the former president's legal team as House prosecutors wrap up their case with hours to spare. Only for two days, House prosecutors pleaded with senators, most of whom were witnesses to the January riot to convict Mr Trump and thus keep him from running for federal office again lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland. I've talked a lot about common sense in this trial because you think I believe that's all you need to arrive at the right answer here. One Republican senators reaction Louisiana's Bill Cassidy. They've done very well. I think that's generally conceded. Everybody looks forward to see how the president's defense team will do The answer. Mid day. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington, Rhode Island, Congressman David Sis Cellini was front and center among the Democrats making the case for impeachment seeking in the well of the Senate, Congressman David says Cellini accused former President Trump of inciting the insurrection who was trying to become king. He says that attack was unthinkable. Never did any of us. Imagine. That we are colleagues would face mortal peril by a mob riled up by the president of the United States, the leader of the free world. We did. All because Donald Trump could not accept his election defeat. Today, the ex president's legal team will have their first chance to respond to the arguments made by Democrats over the past two days. Rory O'Neill, WBZ Boston's news radio in time, there are new federal charges being filed against several members of a group called the Oath Keepers for their actions On the day of the Capitol attack. Justice Department has just find the oath keepers as a militia group. Which heavily recruits or try through group, former military law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel. That has been their M O, according to the FBI and Justice Department. And they've been accused of engaging in some of the organizing that went into the insurrection, and they've been accused of actually communicating with each other during the actual assault. BBC's Pierre Thomas, at least four defendants from that group Argued in court that they followed former President Trump's direction to go to the Capitol building. Also, federal prosecutors now say a former FBI and U. S Navy veteran is becoming a very key figure in the capital riots. Authorities say Thomas Caldwell helped organize far right groups for the attack on January 6th. Tubman on the 20. New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen calls on Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to prioritize the plan that would put the American abolitionist Harriet Tubman on the $20 Bill. 6 49 clear skies clear sailing in Boston this morning. Cold sailing that is just 12 degrees here in Boston. No charge is going to be filed for now against Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollins. After accusations of a road rage incident of the South Bay Plaza in Dorchester. Attorney General Mara Healy's office says it looked at video and audio from the Christmas Eve interaction at South Bay Plaza between Katie Lawson in her own vehicle and Rollins in a state vehicle with lights and a siren. Lawson admits Rollins had the right of way. But Lawson attempted to merge into Rollins Lane anyway to exit the plaza. Lawson says Rollins turned on her siren and threatened over the ticket, saying, quote. Don't try me. Dhe's office says many of the cameras itself they were set very far away over not working. The cameras can't show if Rollins went through a red light, as Lawson alleged the matter is being referred to the State Ethics commission now. Karen Regal WBZ, Boston's news radio and free Britney lawyers for singer Britney Spears fighting to remove her father as conservator of her estate. More from CBS is Alex Piston, the singer's conservatorship and the Free Britney movement is gaining traction after The New York Times released a documentary titled Framing Britney Spears..

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Inside of their home on Thursday afternoon and on the defense a house impeachment trial. Prosecutors are finishing their testimony in that trial, and lawyers for the former president will be stating their case today for acquittal. I'm Tom 44 2 days, House prosecutors pleaded with senators, most of whom were witnesses to the January riot to convict Mr Trump and thus keep him from running for federal office again lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin of Maryland. I've talked a lot about common sense. In this trial because you think I believe that's all you need to arrive that the right answer here. One Republican senators reaction Louisiana's Bill Cassidy. They've done very well. I think that's generally conceded. Everybody looks forward to see how the president's defense team will do. The answer. Mid day. Tom Foti, CBS News Washington 5 16, Rhode Island, Congressman David Sicilian E. Who, You just heard from Is among those Democrats making the case for impeachment more from WBC's Rory O'Neil. Speaking in the well of the Senate, congressman, David says Cellini accused former President Trump of inciting the insurrection who is trying to become king. He says that attack was unthinkable. Never did any of us. Imagine. That we are colleagues would face mortal peril by a mob riled up by the president of the United States, the leader of the free world. But we did. All because Donald Trump could not accept his election defeat. Today, the ex president's legal team will have their first chance to respond to the arguments made by Democrats over the past two days. Rory O'Neill, WBZ Boston's news radio, It's at 5 17 as there are new federal charges being filed against a group called the Oath Keepers. For their actions on the day of the capital. See Justice Department has just find the oath keepers as a militia group, which heavily recruits or tries to regroup, former military law enforcement fire and rescue personnel that has been their M O, according to the FBI and Justice Department. And they've been accused of engaging in some of the organizing that went into the insurrection, and they've been accused of actually communicating with each other during the actual assault that is a B C's Pierre Thomas. At least four defendants from that group argued in court that they followed. Former President Trump's direction to go to the Capitol building on January 6th. It's now 5 18 Governor Charlie Baker's comments about the attack of the U. S Capitol used by Democrats in the Senate impeachment trial as the governor called the riot, appalling, disgraceful and depressing. Federal prosecutors, meanwhile, saying a former FBI and U S Navy veteran is becoming a key figure in the capital riot, Authorities say Thomas Caldwell helped organize far right groups in the attack, and New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is calling on Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to prioritize the plan. To put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill in Brockton. A new measure is to cut back on noise in the city of champions is just a signature away, wrapped in Ward five. City Councilor Jeffrey Thompson isn't trying to put a damper on people holding parties. He just wants those individuals to respect their neighbors and turn down the music late at night. His noise ordinance bans unreasonable and excessive noise over 60 decibels, which is measured by police using a sound meter some 50 ft from the property a couple of counts. Killers feel the new ordinance would unfairly target people of color while failing to recognize their diverse culture and community. Thompson disagrees. The reason I wrote this to be an objective standard myself. There couldn't be any specific targeting some other cities and towns have a subject of standard of police officer would come to the scene and he would decide whether it was excessive. They were leaving it into the opinion of a police officer ordinance is now on the mayor's desk. Kim Tunnicliff. WBZ Boston's news radio at 5 19. No charges will be filed for now against Suffolk County District Attorney Rachel Rollins after an alleged road rage incident. Itself a plaza in Dorchester Attorney General Mara Healy's office says it looked at video and audio from the Christmas Eve interaction at South Bay Plaza between Katie Lawson and her own vehicle and Rollins in a state vehicle with lights and a siren. Lawson admits Rollins had the right of way. But Lawson attempted to merge into Rollins Lane anyway to exit the plaza. Lawson says Rollins turned on her siren and threatened over the ticket. Saying, quote. Don't try me. Dhe's office says many of the cameras itself they were set very far away over not working. The cameras can't show if Rollins went through a red light, as Lawson alleged the matter is being referred to the State Ethics commission now. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. It's now 5 20 free Britney Lawyers for singer Britney Spears are fighting to remove her father as a conservator of her estate as the entire country is watching a new documentary about the drama CBS's Alice Vic stint as more singers, conservatorship and the Free Britney movement is gaining traction after The New York Times released a documentary titled Framing Britney Spears..

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03:19 min | 2 years ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of potential sign of how the actual hearing could turn out 17 Republican votes are needed to convict the former president of inciting the insurrection on the Capitol. Mr Trump will be represented by South Carolina attorney Butch Bowers. Bowers was interviewed by the Washington Post. And what do you say if the former president will appear at the trial? I'll or if he'll call witnesses. Deborah Alfa Rhone CBS News Washington Meanwhile, Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy said to preside over the trial had been taken to the hospital. But his sense returned home apparently undergoing tests. That's all we know about that. President Biden's pick for U. S. Ambassador to the U. N facing lawmakers today for a confirmation hearing, Linda Thomas Greenfield, answering questions on foreign policy for nations like China and Iran. New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen, also asking Thomas Greenfield about plans for dealing with Russia. As you think about this issue in your role at the U. N. How do you counter balance that? How do you build the support that we need there to respond to what Russia's doing? When They're attacking us for being behind What's going on in the country? That's the diplomacy of the United Nations. I heard yesterday on the news as I was preparing that President Biden spoke to Vladimir Putin yesterday. And that it was a very tough conversation. It's clear to us that Russian actions against the U. S have been aggressive and they have been adversarial and we do have to respond. Aggressively to their actions. Thomas Greenfield was the top diplomat dealing with African affairs in the Obama administration and has a 35 year career in foreign services. Meantime, newly confirmed Secretary of State Antony Blinken greeted some members of his new staff. Today, he said he's honored to work with his staff in the U. S. And around the globe and eager to get started talent and expertise. The resides in this building. Is so important. And so important to listen to the men and women of the State Department. I'm thinking about America's place in the world. In our foreign policy and former Massachusetts Senator John Kerry making his debut as the new climate on boy in the Biden administration, he'll be working to make a long term success out of the Paris climate accord that he actually helped negotiate during the Obama administration. Top security officials of the capital say they're sorry for the failures during the deadly riot that took place in the chamber last month. In a statement, the acting chief of Capitol police Yo Ganda, Pittman, apologize on Behalf of the department. Pittman along with Timothy Blood, Yet the acting House sergeant at Arms, acknowledged a number of missteps including conflicting intelligence, inadequate preparation and insufficient mobilization of partner agencies. They called for improving accountability systems and communications structures and say they're working to doom or to boost protection at the U. S. Capitol Stay, Zealand CBS News Capitol Hill You have the app. But do you have the story? She claimed her accelerator was stuck after they found her going about.

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09:08 min | 2 years ago

"senator jeanne shaheen" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"For this week, we'll talk about a new report on Havana syndrome, which dates back to 2016. When American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba started suffering from mysterious neurological symptoms, such as pressure on the head, dizziness, visual distortions. This was all after hearing loud noises. A new report said that this was most likely caused by a post microwave energy attack. Once again the Russians are suspected. But the report doesn't say definitively who is responsible for this or more on what caused the Vanna Syndrome will speak to Josh Letterman National political reporter at NBC News, So when this first started coming to light in 2017, the incidents actually started in 2016 writers Thea Obama administration was preparing to leave office, but it didn't come out publicly into 2017 and a lot of the initial speculation. Because of the fact that a lot of these diplomats, spies and other U. S government employees had heard these loud ringing noises accompanying the symptoms that they had. The speculation was that I might have been some type of a sonic weapon, some type of an audio wave that was causing this damage. But as we and others started looking into that that theory was fairly quickly disproven in another theory that emerged fairly early on in 2017 was the possibility of some type of electromagnetic frequency. Which includes things like the waves that are used in your microwave to heat up your food about radio frequencies that carry sounds to your radio and other types of ways, including light, for instance, and lasers, and for the last couple of years, it's basically been a dead end this far as the invasion. We know the FBI, the CIA, the military and others have investigated haven't concrete hard evidence on the ground. But now in the absence of any answer to that this Eight department commissioned this research report from the national Academies of Science We've been working on for months and their conclusion. While they cannot definitively say what is causing these injuries, they do believe that the most likely cause is some type of a pulsed electromagnetic signals, such as Microwaves Now post means that instead of it being a consistent, even signal that it was really, really, really quick fractions of a second bursts of energy and the reason that that maybe at play is that there's something called the Frey effect that's actually been studied for decades. Where if you use really tiny little bursts of energy it can create Tiny, momentary changes in the fluids in your brain that can then be perceived by your ears as sound, even though it's actually not sound. It's it's a microwave, and that's one of the reasons that they think that this is the most likely thing that happened to the diplomats. But, as you pointed out, that still doesn't answer the key question of who or what might have been behind it. The diplomats that were targeted are affected by this had long term effects in some cases, not all of them, but some of them did. They said that it was consistent with brain trauma. Things like that. They heard the loud noises. They had pressure in their head, dizziness, visual disturbances all of this stuff, I think, even till this day, some of them still experience some type of actions like that, and it wasn't just In Cuba. This happened in China. It happened and Europe in other instances, and I guess at one point there NBC news There was a report. Even that said that Russia could have been a suspect. In this. There was all sorts of mobile phone data that they were using that place Russian intelligence officers that were working on this type of technology in the same places. Other CIA officers who Were affected by this, so they became a player in this is well. You're absolutely right about all of that. I spoke into a lot of these diplomats and other government employees who were affected by this and some of them. As you point out, have basically native full recovery. The effects were short term. Others report to this day, ongoing problems with cognition with balance with memory and headaches. That kind of a thing what doctors saw on advanced imaging of the brain. Was consistent with what we call mild traumatic brain injury, also known as concussion, but the pattern of what they call the constellation of symptoms is something doctors really have never seen before. The types of changes they were seeing in the brain and the pattern of it, and they've used that pattern to be able to now in a diplomat overseas, complains of an incident like this. Are able to take the scans of their brains, compare them to the confirmed cases and see whether or not it's consistent with that, or whether they might be suffering from any one of a million. Other reasons that we all get headaches could have other types of injuries to the body or the brain. And as far as the other countries, the U. S government has only confirmed that there have been cases that have happened in Cuba and one in China. But we know that the government has gone to fairly great lakes throughout this process of the last four years to keep a lid on a lot. Out of this publicly to not acknowledge new cases until they're absolutely forced to And so as you point out, we do now have reports of cases. People who have complained of similar incidents and symptoms in about a half a dozen other countries, frankly, including here in the U. S, including in the U. K and Poland, and also in Russia, where as you point out, we reported a couple of years ago that the U. S intelligence community believed that Moscow was the most likely culprit, due in part to the fact that they are known to have worked on these kinds of technologies for many decades now. What are some of the implications of this now? Because this is some spy level stuff. This is like a spy movie almost and I said, You know, it's kind of been fascinating for four years now, looking into all of this. I remember when they were trying to find out what was the cause of this. I think somebody came out with an analysis of cicadas sound, saying it was just high pitched Takeda noises. I could have done this. So I mean, what are the implications of this if they're targeting diplomats? Well, yeah, And that's right. You have to be really, really careful before you go out and accused Ah foreign nation particularly, and nuclear armed adversary of something as egregious as beaming American citizens with brain damaging microwaves, the potential diplomatic implications. There are very profound, but you're right that there have been other theories that have Emerged that people have taken a close look at including the fact that the sound that these diplomats heard I in 2017 obtained a recording of the sound that was taken by diplomats while they were in Cuba. Basically as this was happening to them, and it was starting to spread in the community that this is happening, one of them took out a tape recorder and recorded it. We published that sound and a lot of folks who took a look at that said that it was very similar to a certain type of sick Ada, and there have also been questions about whether including from some psych High interest and others about whether the diplomats might have been suffering from what doctors referred to his mass psychogenic illness. In layman's terms, basically mass hysteria that you have diplomats unit they're away from home. They're serving in this tight knit community in Havana, where they're surrounded by Ah lot of foreign environment and that these kinds of fears can spread from one person to another. Where basically you hear that your neighbor, your fellow employees at the embassy heard some strange sound and is feeling headaches and then a few days later. You hear something kind of off and you start to wonder was that the sound and you say, Well, gee, my head. It's kind of been hurting. Maybe that's what's happening. But the doctors who have actually examined these patients and looked at their brain scans have said repeatedly, including impure reviewed studies that have been published in the Journal of American Medicine Medical Association elsewhere that what has happened to these people's brains cannot be faked. You cannot make up in your head some of what they're seeing on brain scans. What is the report recommend to do in the future when we hear about other attacks like this, and beyond that, also, I was also reading in your article that the some lawmakers in the latest defense authorization bill were saying, Well, we need to help some of these diplomats. People that were affected by this just kind of ongoing help with any long lasting effect that they might have from this as well. So the scientists who wrote this report are basically pleading with the government to take this more seriously and be more proactive report specifically recommends that the State Department create some type of a response mechanism when they have incidents like this in the future that allows new cases to be studied much more quickly and effectively. Now the state government says they already have basically a process in place. Should do that. But there have also been these concerns about whether these employees who have been affected by this or being adequately taken care of particularly ones who say Look, I was with my family. I heard this exact thing. I have all the symptoms. But the government for whatever reason is telling me I'm not a case and so I am not then eligible for Worker's comp or other benefits to try toe have medical care for that. And so there's been legislation from Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire in the U. S. Senate that has been joined by several other senators, who are also calling for additional legislation for the federal government to make sure that there are adequate resource is in place to make sure that these diplomats and importantly, their family members who may have been affected get the very best care they possibly can..

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Democrats and GOP each pick up a Senate seat

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:36 min | 2 years ago

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

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Data: Congress created virus aid, then reaped the benefits

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Dems thwart Senate Republicans on 2 abortion-related bills

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Pentagon IDs 2 Airmen Killed in Afghanistan Crash

Jay Talking

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Airman From Hudson, NH Killed In Plane Crash In Afghanistan

Jay Talking

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Sen. Shaheen Calls On President Trump To Apologize For Downplaying Injuries In Missile Attack

WBZ Afternoon News

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Trump announces death of ISIS leader in US raid

WBZ Afternoon News

02:06 min | 3 years ago

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

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Official, Miller And Muller discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:53 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Yosemite National Park visitor died during shutdown

WBZ Morning News

01:00 min | 4 years ago

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

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US, NPR and China discussed on Q

Q

00:51 sec | 4 years ago

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

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Senator John McCain Doug, Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Francis discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

01:25 min | 4 years ago

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

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US bishops: Sex claims show US cardinal's 'moral failure'

Barsky Radio

02:23 min | 4 years ago

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.

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White House defends Trump's walk-back of Russia comments

Joe Pags

01:00 min | 4 years ago

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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Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment at 7:20 a.m. EDT

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:15 min | 4 years ago

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.

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Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Ed Markey and Massachusetts discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:33 min | 5 years ago

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.

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