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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KTOK

"The last place she'd been seen without a Red lobster in Inglewood, California. She was officially announced it's missing and had been since July 23rd. I honestly feel like is her boyfriend. He's a look. I mean, we were talking I decided to start my investigation. Jehovah Witness now high, have you Primary election night. Jack Callahan, Fox News and voters in Kansas have said no once again to Kris Kobach, the state's former secretary of state for losing the Republican Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall, to run for the Senate seat now held by retiring Senator Pat Roberts go back, also lost the governor's race two years ago. Some Republicans believe he is too far right. And in Arizona Senator Martha McSally has survived a primary challenge and will run for the Senate seat to which she was appointed in 2018 in Michigan, where, among other races Democrat Congress representative receded to leave, is facing a primary challenge. The results may not be known until sometime on Wednesday. That's because ah Michigan record 1.6 million mailed absentee ballots are still being counted. Michigan Secretary of State is urging the state Legislature tonight to allow absence he balanced to be processed. Before Election Day to avoid similar delays this coming November boxes Brian Yet as New York State, the election officials have finally declared winners of two congressional elections held back on June 23rd mired by thousands of uncounted counted mail in ballots. Democrat, representative Carolyn Maloney has won the primary to run again for her congressional seat, and City Council member Ritchie Torres wins the primary for an open seat in the 15th Congressional District. President. Trump's campaign has pointed to those races in their efforts to oppose Universal Mail in balloting, which the president says poses a major fraud risk President offering promising announcement had his Corona virus briefing on Tuesday. The which were very exciting, announced that beginning the trial of two new antibody treatments, which will Take place in 40 cities across the country are gonna move move very quickly. Whose else look very good, already Incredible Result. Wall Street Tuesday of the downfall of 164 points. NASDAQ Up 38. The S and P 500 added nearly 12 points. American is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network alone Pary No inspire Walt. I'll tell you what state run unemployment offices are so antiquated. Some people waited three months before they got there. First cheque. So how do they expect them to then calculate a 70% of people whose wages went up and down and kind of a mess? And the Democrats seem to me to have the upper hand here for now, because we probably don't have their act together. Subscribe and listen now by goingto Fox News podcast. Don Kam There's never been a more critical time. Fox News media is bringing America together..

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"In another three an hour before you go to bed. I was highly skeptical. But I lost £70 You could see before and after pictures, read testimonials from people just like me at sleepaway fat dot com or call 1888 94 Tummy. Your timing's really good too. Right now, the absolutely everything packages on sale everything you need to get the Koven 15 off. 1888 94 tummy sleepaway fat dot com. Primary election night. Jack Callahan, Fox News and voters in Kansas have said no once again to Kris Kobach, the state's former secretary of state, losing the Republican Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall, to run for the Senate seat now held by retiring Senator Pat Roberts go back, also lost the governor's race two years ago. Some Republicans believe he is too far right. And in Arizona Senator Martha McSally has survived a primary challenge and will run for the Senate seat to which she was appointed in 2018 in Michigan, where, among other races Democrat Congress representative receded to leave, was facing a primary challenge. The results may not be known until sometime on Wednesday. That's because ah Michigan record 1.6 million mailed absentee ballots are still being counted. Michigan Secretary of State is urging the state Legislature tonight to allow absence he balanced to be processed. Before Election Day to avoid similar delays. This coming November boxes Brian yet as New York State, the election officials and finally declared winners of two congressional elections held back on June 23rd mired by thousands of uncounted counted mail in ballots. Democrat, representative Carolyn Maloney has won the primary to run again for her congressional seat, and City Council member Ritchie Torres wins the primary for an open seat of the 15th Congressional District President Trump's campaign has pointed to those races in their efforts to oppose Universal Mail in balloting, which the president says poses a major fraud risk. President offering promising announcement had his Corona virus briefing on Tuesday. The th were very exciting, announced that they're beginning. The trial of two new antibody treatments, which will take place in 40 cities across the country are gonna move move very quickly. Whose else looked very good, already Incredible Result. Wall Street Tuesday of the downfall of 164 points. NASDAQ Up 38. The S and P 500 added.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Primary election night. Jack Callahan, Fox News and voters in Kansas have said no once again to Kris Kobach, the state's former secretary of state, losing the Republican Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall, to run for the Senate seat now held by retiring Senator Pat Roberts go back, also lost the governor's race two years ago. Some Republicans believe he is too far right. And in Arizona Senator Martha McSally has survived a primary challenge, and we'll run for the Senate seat to which she was appointed in 2018 in Michigan, where, among other races Democrat Congress representative receded to leave, was facing a primary challenge. The results may not be known until sometime on Wednesday. That's because ah Michigan record 1.6 million mailed absentee ballots are still being counted. Michigan Secretary of State is urging the state Legislature tonight to allow absence he balanced to be processed. Before Election Day to avoid similar delays this coming November boxes Brian Yannas, New York State, the election officials have finally declared winners of two congressional elections held back on June 23rd mired by thousands of uncounted counted mail in ballots. I'm cracked. Representative Carolyn Maloney has won the primary to run again for her congressional seat, and City Council member Ritchie Torres wins the primary for an open seat in the 15th Congressional District. President. Trump's campaign has pointed to those races in their efforts to oppose Universal Mail in balloting, which the president says poses a major fraud risk. President offering a promising announcement had his Corona virus briefing on Tuesday, and I, JJ were very exciting, announced that beginning the trial of two new antibody treatments, which will Take place in 40 cities across the country are going to move move very quickly, who is also very good. Already incredible results. Wall Street Tuesday of the down 164 points. NASDAQ Up 38. The S and P 500 added.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Minneapolis to 78 primary election night. Jack Callahan, Fox News and voters in Kansas have said no once again to Kris Kobach. The state's former secretary of state to losing the Republican Senate primary to Congressman Roger Marshall, to run for the Senate seat now held by retiring Senator Pat Roberts go back, also lost the governor's raised two years ago. Some Republicans believe he is too far right. And in Arizona Senator Martha McSally has survived a primary challenge and will run for the Senate seat to which she was appointed in 2018. In Michigan, where, among other races Democrat Congress representative receded to leave is facing a primary challenge. The results may not be known until sometime on Wednesday. That's because ah Michigan record 1.6 million mailed absentee ballots are still being counted. Michigan Secretary of State is urging the state Legislature tonight to allow absence he balanced to be process before election Day to avoid similar delays. This coming November boxes. Bryan Yes. New York State the election officials have finally declared winners of two congressional elections held back on June 23rd admired by thousands of uncounted counted mail in ballots. Democrat, representative Carolyn Maloney has won the primary to run again for her congressional seat, and City Council member Ritchie Torres wins the primary for an open seat of the 15th Congressional District. President. Trump's campaign has pointed to those races in their efforts to oppose Universal Mail in balloting, which the president says poses a major fraud risk. President offering a promising announcement had his Corona virus briefing on Tuesday. The which were very exciting, announced that beginning the trial of two new antibody treatments, which will Take place in 40 cities across the country are gonna move move very quickly. He's also very good, already incredible Result. Wall Street Tuesday of the downfall of 164 points. NASDAQ Up 38. The S and P 500 added nearly 12 points. American is listening to Fox News. From.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Far, Bill example, welcome in HOGAN, everyone for Tennessee, home and farm radio. I'm liba members of congress are about to be challenged once again over a potential government shutdown recently longtime Kansas Senator Pat Roberts who is chairman of the Senate Ag committee told farm bureau leaders that he hopes his colleagues can work closer together on the issues facing America much like they did on asking. A new farm Bill every section of the former every title of farmville twelve different titles. Every one of them had the pros and cons, and the people who are for it or against it. So you had to really work on that. So people would come together, and we did that and got eighty seven votes that was record. Maybe that can be the example. I hope it will be Senator Roberts who has announced he will not seek reelection. In twenty twenty says he is hopeful the congress can get back to working together. What's like, they did when he was first elected to the house of representatives in one thousand nine hundred eighty I hope we can get back to that. That's the way it was when I first came to the congress and had the privilege of being chairman working with Kika dealer Garza. What a great man what a great chairman, and we got a lot done. Charlie steno. There were more Stenholm Roberts amendments to the farm Bill down through the years and you stick at find. It was Roberson. Oh, I don't they Charlie like that. Right bosch. But we got things done. I hope we can do that you have to sell everybody. Just how important the issue is that you're trying to work on. Then you have to have somebody like the American Farm Bureau backup Cinderella says even though he has announced his retirement that doesn't mean he's not going to give it his best over the next two years. And he's hopeful for more meaningful bipartisan legislation passed we're gonna have a hearing on trade. We're going to have a hearing on climate change. And we haven't hearing on some of the things that went to work out. But right now, we're working very hard to implement what we can implement with regards to the farm Bill. Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas, the first person to ever serve as chairman of the activity in the house and in the US Senate for Tennessee, home and farm radio. I'm Lee Mattis. This edition of the Tennessee, home and farm news is brought to you by your coffee county farm bureau insurance. We're more than just insurance finally.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The NFL can start printing the program's Super Bowl Sunday. Now that we know who's going to play. Evan Haning tells more. I L A one kicking up Landau. When heaven Harlan had the call on Westwood One sports as the Los Angeles Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints six twenty three then you England beat the Kansas City. Chiefs thirty seven thirty one time. Touchdown by Rex Burkhead dynasty continues. Patriots. Going to their straight Super Bowl. Westwood One sports. Kevin Kugler with that call both games went into overtime. The first time that's ever happened. I'm Evan Haning. Amtrak says it expects to have all trains back on a full schedule Monday after a weekend of cancellations and delays caused by that winter storm is rolled through the midwest and northeast among the lines impacted were the Acela express between Boston and DC empire service between New York and buffalo the lake shore limited that travels between Chicago New York and Boston and keystone service between New York Philadelphia in Pennsylvania. President Trump may soon have to fill another high profile vacancy or Crawford. Explain Mike Pompeo was focused on running the State Department. But CNN reports he's listening to those who are urging him to run. Especially cinema, Georgie leader, Mitch McConnell. Kansas Republican Senator Pat Roberts announced earlier this month that he would not seek reelection in two thousand twenty in many GOP strategists feared the seat could flip Democrats before becoming secretary of state Pompeo served as President Trump CIA director in before that he represented Kansas in the house from twenty eleven through twenty seventeen. Sierra Crawford, washing the only total lunar eclipse this year came with a super moon bonus is visible.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To finally secure our border AM, seven, sixty talk breaking news. Getty show. Ever give up don't give up don't allow it to happen. It is a concrete wall in front of you go through it. Go over go around to the other side of that wall. Okay. A little ironic from a graduation speech. Yes. In ninety s Sarah see idea. Four, okay. You don't let things get in your way when you're trying to be successful. Like a wall, for instance, just funny. I think we all get it. Yes. I think do Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas is what's your favorite condiment there in Kansas? I clearly need say in barbecue sauce. Need to move to Missouri. Because that's where my favorite condiment is the number one condiment in Kansas. Catch up your favorite. You said. Well, much like vanilla ice cream is under appreciated. It's popular because it's so yummy. I really like mustard, non Missouri. It's French's yellow mustard, which is my might be my favorite condiments, a fine. Mustard. I thought mine was barbecue sauce until I heard that butter was qualified as a condiment. Now. I gotta include butter. Several your southern states have sweet baby Ray's barbecue sauces third fantasy baby race. Sure. You know? What can I say this on the air bone suck and sauce is fabulous barbecue sauce? It's really good. I recommend it highly main. It's marshmallow marshmallow fluff. Maine. You better be older. I loved it too. When I was twelve. Come on. New tala is the number one in Massachusetts Natella. I've never had that Virginia. It's like, it's like chocolate hazelnut. I think yeah. It's a chocolate butter peanut butter inconsistency. But chocolate and hazelnut. Natalia? Might I don't know if they've ever had. I've never had it. They stretched the term condiment here. Too much for me in South Dakota, one of my home state state. I was born in Jif peanut butter. Peanut butter is not a peanut butter is not a condiment. Okay. It's an ingredient. I mean conceivably now. No that's too much of a stretch. I mean, what what's the definition of a condiments ketchup shows up the number one is Pennsylvania where the Heinz corporation is. Yeah. Condiment is defined as a substance that is used to add flavor to food. All right. Well, that's everything. We get word ever that. You know, there's no coming back from whatever I've got I'm gonna consume frightening amounts of French fries with ketchup. I have never stopped eating French fries with ketchup because I was tired of it or full. It's always out of embarrassment. That's the only reason I've ever stopped him out of them. Donuts when I had cancer thought all bets are off. Who knows how this is going to turn out? Right. I'm struggling to keep weight on. Anyway. I don't it's like crazy. Nut me. Originating from the Latin Kandara, which means to pickle. Thank you very much for that positive, Sean. The reason I brought up Kansas at all that the Senator there Pat Roberts has said he will not be seeking reelection. They had a couple of surprises to sit around peanut butter. They had a couple of surprising democrat wins in Kansas. So who knows whether or not that's a state where you got another retirement throws things up in the air. I don't know Kansas pretty solidly read most of the time. No, man. I don't know. It's getting a little purple around the right, right? So you never know yet another retirement that is tough for the Republicans. And I was looking at what's that five thirty eight dot com Nate silver's website there with your statistics and the rest of talking about how the electorate is changing, America's still a center right country. There's still a significant number more people who identifies conservative than progressive. But it's obviously, you know, it depends where you live in the college, educated suburbs are unquestionably swinging blue these days, but I was looking at I was reading about Newt Gingrich's day the other day and reminded of how long the Republicans were in the minority in congress. It was decades. Oh, yeah. Forty years. Yeah. These trends, just they don't with the exception of that of these trends just don't last. It will be interesting to see when the pendulum swings back again. So believe what you what you believe stick with those beliefs and oh, wait for your time. It'll come we've talked to some of our friends in politics.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Trump says the partial government shutdown could last months or even years if he doesn't get funding for a wall on the southern US border. The president made the comment in a White House meeting with democratic leaders Friday, Senator Chuck Schumer of New York said no progress was made in ending the shutdown. So we told the president we needed the government open. He resisted, in fact, he said he'd keep the government closed for a very long period of time months or even years. President Trump said Friday, he was considering declaring a national emergency to build the border wall without congressional approval a growing number of TSA workers are calling in sick because of the partial government shutdown the airport security workers have been working without getting paid during the shutdown. One union officials said over one hundred fifty TSA employees called in sick Friday, Kennedy International Airport in New York. The call outs have increased at a rate of three. Times above normal at the Dallas Fort Worth airport. Whereabout twenty-five employees are phoning in sick per shift, adding extra ice to your drink. Researchers say you may want to hold off on that. Lisa Carter breaks it down. And and here's why you need to listen, a food safety specialists at North Carolina State university says bacteria and viruses, such as E coli and salmonella can live in praising temperatures, meaning they could be alive, and well and living and your eyes experts say people can avoid contaminated is and prevent the bacteria from spreading by using purified. Water washing your hands using ice scoops when serving the is making sure the freezer is cleaned on a regular basis. Britney Spears's cancelling her new Las Vegas show to take care of her. Dan, she posted on Instagram saying that he was hospitalized. A few months ago reportedly due to a ruptured colon. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio. Veteran. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection. When his term expires next year. The Kansas Republican was first elected to the Senate in nineteen Ninety-six Tennessee Republican Lamar Alexander also announced recently that he will not seek reelection to the Senate governor Andrew Cuomo says he reached out to tesla for ideas on how to upgrade the New York City subway system, James flippin has that story starring a conference call with reporters while discussing the plan to avoid the L train shutdown that the governor mentioned calling Elon Musk's company the forward thinking technology ventures that Tesla's involved in leading Cuomo to pick up the phone for what he called an outside the box. Call Musk's tunnel. Building company has proposed underground high-speed hyperloop trains. Governor Cuomo says tesla has some good ideas on how to upgrade the subways crippled signal system mayor Bill de Blasio, at least hopeful about the idea if there's new technology that would fix them faster that could be a godsend to all New Yorkers. So I'm very happy. He's asking a south Florida teen is fighting back against allegations that she cheated on the SAT Royo Neil reports from Miami gardens since Camillo Campbell is started defending herself other people from across the country have said the SAT accused them of cheating to this test.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Toxics fifty K S T E Rancho Cordova Sacramento. NBC News Radio. I'm d- mutual. President Trump is responding to a Michigan lawmakers call for him to be impeach. When you can't impeach somebody. That's doing a great job. That's the way I've I've probably done more in the first two years than any president any administration and the history of our country. Trump also criticised new democratic congresswoman were she'd had to leave yesterday after she made a derogatory profane remark or calling for his impeachment. Trump said the Michigan lawmaker dishonored herself and her family also called her comment highly disrespectful to the US to leave has refused to apologize. A lot of TSA workers are calling in sick because of the partial government shutdown airport. Security workers have been working without getting paid one union officials said more than one hundred fifty TSA employees called in sick Friday at Kennedy International Airport in New York, deem you chill. NBC News Radio. Veteran. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection. When his term expires next year. The Kansas Republican was first elected to the Senate nineteen Ninety-six Tennessee, Republican Lamar Alexander also announced recently that he will not seek reelection to the Senate governor Andrew Cuomo says he reached out to tesla for ideas on how to upgrade the New York City subway system, James flippin has that story during a conference call with reporters while discussing the plan to avoid the L train shutdown that the governor mentioned calling Elon Musk's company the forward thinking technology ventures that Tesla's involved in leaning Cuomo to pick up the phone for what he called an outside the box. Call Musk's tunnel. Building company has proposed underground high-speed hyperloop trains. Governor Cuomo says tesla has some good ideas on how to upgrade the subways crippled signal system mayor Bill de Blasio, at least hopeful about the idea if there's new technology that would fix them faster that could be a godsend to all New Yorkers. So I. I'm very happy. He's asking a south Florida teen is fighting back against allegations that she cheated on the SAT Royo Neil reports from Miami gardens since Camillo Campbell started defending herself other people from across the country have said the SAT accused them of cheating to this test is arbitrary in the questions, but also whether they're going to accept the scores. Attorney Benjamin Crump says Campbell studied hard to boost your test scores more than three hundred points. But the company that runs the SAT flagged those results won't verify them that hurts her application at Florida State University. Chrome says Campbell's hard work should be celebrated. Not questioned Shaquille O'Neal is chipping in to help pay funeral costs for the seven year old Houston girl killed in a drive by shooting. O'neil an officer Kenneth mile gave a cashier's check to cover the cost of jasmine Barnes funeral next.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The US. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection. When his term expires in two thousand twenty as NPR's miles parks reports Roberts will retire as the longest ever serving member of congress from Kansas. Republican Pat Roberts is the only member of congress have chaired both the house and Senate Agriculture Committee's he helped shepherd eight different farm bill's passage over the past four decades, including one last month Roberts has been generally known as bipartisan sender, but he came under criticism from Democrats in the mid two thousands when he chaired the Senate intelligence committee as US invaded Iraq Democrats will likely see the seat as a potential opportunity in twenty twenty as Kansas just elected a democratic governor in the midterms. The state has an elected a democratic Senator, however since nineteen thirty two national Republicans are already pushing for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to consider running for the seat, miles parks. NPR news on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials rose three percent. The NASDAQ gained four you're listening to NPR news. News. Was employers added three hundred twelve thousand jobs to the economy last month, the latest monthly hiring report gave investors much needed encouragement that growth remained steady. The December job gains came despite a trade war with China. A global slowdown and a now three week old partial government shutdown. A new study concludes that two thousand eighteen was a banner year for black directors in Hollywood as NPR's Collins wire reports people of color remained underrepresented behind the camera. But the research suggests that maybe changing last year US's Annenberg inclusion initiative says black directors shot sixteen of the one hundred top grossing scripted movies. That's a big leap over two thousand seventeen when they accounted for just six the number of black directors was by far the most the group has recorded in more than a decade of doing annual surveys. And it includes films like Avery do Vanessa Franklin. Pat..

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Emanating from Syria. There's no question that we continue to face serious challenges for Al Qaeda and ISIS in Syria as well as from around Russia and the Assad regime itself. Despite this body will debate US military strategy towards Syria in the coming weeks as it conducts oversight over the administration's apparently ongoing review of its Syria policy. Admittedly. There are no easy solutions in Syria. I hope the administration and congress will be deliberate of sober as we consider the riff. Various approaches to the endgame the fight against the physical caliphate of. Of. After all American lives critical national security interest in the future of a turbulent yet. Critical region are all at stake. The debate is forthcoming. Imagine it could be contentious. There should be little debate. However about the Caesar Syria civilian Protection Act, which has overwhelming bipartisan support and endorsement of the administration. This Bill which is included in this package speaks to the human tragedy of the Syrian civil war. It provides military tools for responding to the atrocities conducted by the regime about shar, all L Assad. It will hold accountable those responsible for the torture and murder countless of Syrian civilians and provide more leverage for diplomats and the conflict through peaceful negotiations consistent with the demands of the UN Security Council resolution twenty to fifty four the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, he'll be using a procedure that bypasses committee action bringing this package on the Middle East to the Senate floor directly early as next week Republican. Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas announced today, he is not going to run for re election in twenty twenty. He was at the Kansas. Department of agriculture in Manhattan, Kansas. So for a boy who was born in Topeka. Grew up in Halton. Glad purple case I've been given a wonderful opportunity and privilege by the people of Kansas through sixteen elections. In the house, representing the big I and eight elections. S twenty four elections. I'm damn proud of that undefeated graphic. And it's all thanks. Thank you. Thank you very.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KCRW

"I the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump indicated today he might consider using executive authority to get his promised wall. DUI southern border built Trump telling reporters he could go that route declaring a national emergency absent move by congress to give him the funding. He's asked for the impasse over border while funding is now nearly two-week-old partial government shutdown Trump says the respective size in the debate over wall. Funding will continue working after failing to reach agreement today. We put together a team of people that will work over the weekend. And they'll be negotiating on the border on the look on different things having to do with border security, including at the ports of entry. Trump said he believes the standoff over the border wall is going to be over sooner than people think what were the president also said he's prepared to keep the government shutdown in place for months or even years. If that's what it takes to get the funding. He wants Canadian officials say thirteen Canadians have been detained in China. Since Chinese executive was arrested in Vancouver early this month as NPR's Jackie northern reports. Among those detained is a former diplomat. Canadian government spokesman says several of those detained have been released, but that five Canadian still remain in custody in undisclosed locations in China. They were picked up after mum long show, a senior executive with tech giant wa Weiwei was arrested in Vancouver on fraud charges at the request of the US government. She's being held on ten million dollars bail awaiting extradition proceedings to the US beige. King has two of the detained are suspected of engaging in activities endangering national security. Ottawa has repeatedly said it sees no direct link between monks arrest in this round of detentions. And that there were other Canadians detained before her arrest. Jackie Northam, NPR news Washington after nearly forty years in congress, Kansas. Senator Pat Roberts announced today he will retire and not seek reelection. When his term ends in twenty twenty is NPR's miles. Parks reports Roberts will retires the longest serving member of congress from Kansas. Republican Pat Roberts is the only member of congress have chaired both the house and Senate Agriculture Committee's he helped shepherd eight different farm bills to passage over the past four decades, including one last month Roberts has been generally known as a bipartisan Senator, but he came under criticism from Democrats in the mid two thousands when he chaired the Senate intelligence committee as a US invaded Iraq Democrats will likely see the seat as a potential opportunity in twenty twenty as Kansas just elected a democratic governor in the mid. Terms. The state has an elected democratic Senator, however since nineteen thirty two national Republicans are already pushing for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to consider running for the seat, miles parks. NPR news stock market soared today after falling sharply yesterday. The Dow Jones industrial average up seven hundred forty six points to twenty three thousand four thirty three. The NASDAQ was up two hundred and seventy five points. This is NPR and this is KCRW on Leary parole infrastructure. Take us on a Friday January fourth of good evening to you. Here's what's happening at five. Oh, four as you've been hearing on NPR. The partial government shutdown has officially reached the two week. Mark newly sworn in house Representative Katie porter who represents California's forty fifth congressional district in Orange County said congress just needs to keep doing its job, which includes reopening the government so federal workers can get their paychecks one. In three federal workers is a veteran. So this government shutdown his falling disproportionately on the men and women who have put their lives on the line for this country. And I think we have to. Hold the Senate and the president account to account if they're not willing to meet us. It seems unlikely a deal will be reached very soon democratic leaders met with President Trump this morning said the meeting was productive. But Democrats disagreed Senator Chuck Schumer said President Trump warned he'd keep the governor closed for a very long period of time months or even years, President Trump later confirmed he made that statement, well, hundreds of thousands of federal workers say they're being squeezed financially when it comes to paying their mortgages, the government's partial shutdown threatening to drag into a third week and workers are looking for some help some are calling their mortgage companies hoping for a break and are weighing the risks of letting other bills go unpaid workers affected by the shutdown, but considered essential to the fed aren't getting paid and there's no assurance. They'll get back pay Jerry Brown has performed one of his last official act as California's governor this week he administered the oath of office yesterday to a new California Supreme Court Justice in Sacramento. Joshua grobian is the fourth Justice appointed by Brown to the states seven member high court during his tenure Brown has remade. California's entire core. System. KCRW's Evan George reports that final tally of all of Brown's appointees shows a much more diverse judiciary, governor Brown named six hundred and forty four people to the bench almost half of them are women. Nearly forty percent are non white and nearly six percent identify as LGBTQ those numbers released by Brown's office. This week are all records in California among those there were several firsts including the first openly gay justices to the court of appeal though, Brown's last appointee Grogan is white. He did help contribute to all that diversity as a former adviser to Brown. He helped screen all those judges who are now sitting on the bench KCRW's, Evan George reporting. Support for NPR comes from air table a collaboration platform used by a diverse range of teams from documentary filmmakers to cattle ranchers for turning inspiration into innovation. So teams can start building at air table dot com. It's five O six from NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie corn. Rich, and Mary Louise Kelley the partial government shutdown is nearing the end of its second week and in an effort to keep it from stretching into a third week, President Trump met with congressional leaders for about two hours today in that meeting and the White House situation room the president threatened to keep parts of the government shuttered for up to a year. If necessary to get the funding he wants for a border wall, though, the president said he hoped to have a resolution much center, I'm not saying it was an easy meeting or even a kind meeting or a nice meeting. But in the end, I think we've come a long way we're going to be working very hard over the weekend. And we'll see if we could do something democratic leaders. Meanwhile, sounded less optimistic the ongoing tug of war overshadowed, what could have been a day of celebration for the White House was news that the US economy added more than three hundred thousand jobs last month. NPR's Scott Horsely joins us now from the White House. Hey, Scott, I'm Mary, Louise. So unlike some earlier meetings that we've been watching between the president. And congressional leaders. This one was behind closed doors. Do we actually know what happened what they talked about? Do you heard that rosy assessment from the president? He called it. A very productive meeting and said they've agreed to continue talks over the weekend. Democrats sounded a little less positive about the prospects for a quick resolution. House speaker Nancy Pelosi described today's session as sometimes contentious. And she and her fellow Democrats say it's hard to see a path to compromise. 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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"LA based georgeanne multiple. That's ahead. First this news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer. President Trump indicated today he might consider using executive authority to get his promised wall. The US southern border built Trump telling reporters he could go that route declaring a national emergency absent move by congress to give him the funding. He's asked for the impasse over Boorda. While funding is now led to nearly two week old partial government shutdown. Trump says the respective size in the debate over wall. Funding will continue working after failing to reach agreement today. We put together a team of people that will work over the weekend. And they'll be negotiating on the border on the look on different things having to do with border security, including at the ports of entry. Trump said he believes the standoff over the border wall is going to be over sooner than people think wherever the president also said he's prepared to keep the government shutdown in place for months or even years. If that's what it takes to get the funding. He wants Canadian officials say thirteen Canadians have been detained in China since a Chinese executive was arrested in Vancouver early this month as NPR's Jackie northern reports. Among those detained is a former diplomat. Canadian government spokesman says several of those detained have been released, but that five Canadian still remain in custody in undisclosed locations in China. They were picked up after mum long show, a senior executive with tech giant wa was arrested in Vancouver on fraud charges at the request of the US government. She's being held on ten million dollars bail waiting extradition proceedings to the US. Beijing. Says two of the detained are suspected of engaging in activities endangering national security. Ottawa has repeatedly said it sees no direct link between monks arrest in this round of detentions. And that there were other Canadians detained before her arrest. Jackie north NPR news Washington after nearly forty years in congress, Kansas. Senator Pat Roberts announced today he will retire and not seek reelection. When his term ends in twenty twenty NPR's miles. Parks reports Roberts will retires the longest serving member of congress from Kansas. Republican Pat Roberts is the only member of congress chaired both the house and Senate Agriculture Committee's he helped shepherd eight different farm bills to passage over the past four decades, including one last month Roberts has been generally known as a bipartisan Senator, but he came under criticism from Democrats in the mid two thousands when he chaired the Senate intelligence committee as US invaded Iraq Democrats will likely the seat as a potential opportunity in twenty twenty as Kansas just elected a democratic governor in the mid. Terms. The state has an elected democratic Senator, however since nineteen thirty two national Republicans are already pushing for secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to consider running for the seat, miles parks. NPR news level stock market soared today after falling sharply yesterday. The Dow Jones industrial average up seven hundred forty six points to twenty three thousand four thirty three. The NASDAQ was up two hundred and seventy five points. This is NPR news. I'm Tara Siler in the face of dozens of lawsuits for its role in sparking wildfires. PG is considering whether to sell off its natural gas division to pay potential claims. That's according to reporting by NPR that cites a senior company official and a former employee who say the utility is also exploring selling off at San Francisco headquarters and moving somewhere else in the bay area. Those sources weren't authorized to speak to NPR, but they did because they were concerned executives aren't acting in the best interest of ratepayers or safety. Cal fire. Found PG knee responsible for sparking twelve of the northern California wildfires in twenty seventeen and its transmission lines are under investigation in the campfire. Last November, the company issued a statement today saying it's reviewing structural options and searching for new board directors. Stay tuned all things considered an K Cutie news for the whole story. And what it might mean for ratepayers and taxpayers.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That. We're listening sensitively to the message that that markets are sending and we're going to be taking those downside risks into account as we make policy going forward. President Trump has sharply criticized their rate hikes and a said he is not happy with Powell. But the fed chair said that if the president asked him to resign he would refuse China announced today that a US delegation will travel to Beijing on Monday to restart trade talks. It comes amid tensions over tariffs and signs that China's economy is slowing the two nations agreed last month to delay. Another round of tariff increases for now. Talk of impeaching President Trump blew up today. Over remarks by a newly elected member of the US house of representatives last night. Michigan democrat democrat Rashida to lead us an obscenity to refer to Mr. Trump in demanding his ouster, the president answer this afternoon in his rose garden news conference. You can't impeach somebody. That's doing a great job. That's the way. I it. I thought that was a great dishonor to her and to her family. I thought it was highly disrespectful to the United States of America. House speaker Nancy Pelosi said she would not have used such language, but that to leads remarks were no worse than things. Mr. Trump has said to leave showed no sign of backing down. Instead, she tweeted, I will always speak truth to power. The US supreme court will take up the issue of congressional gerrymandering again in March two cases or issue they alleged that Democrats in Maryland and Republicans in North Carolina. Drew congressional district maps that were so partisan. They violated the constitution a federal appeals court in Washington has upheld. The Trump administration's restrictions on transgender people serving in the military. Today's announcement overruled a lower court judge, but the policy remains on hold because several other judges have issued injunctions against it. The Democrats new house majority unveiled sweeping anti-corruption legislation today. The Bill aims to make it easier to read. And vote and to curb lobbying by former lawmakers, it would also force President Trump to disclose his tax returns a capitol. News conference Democrats said it is part of a mandate. They won in the midterm elections. We heard directly from our citizens about their disappointment with Washington DC at the very same time. We received our marching orders from them. We must demonstrate to the American public that we're willing to police ourselves in order to build the big projects and dreams and ambitions that they have for our country. The house could vote on the measure by early next month. But in the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell has said the Bill will be dead on arrival veteran US Senator Pat Roberts is calling it quits the four term Kansas Republican is eighty two he said today he will not seek reelection in two thousand twenty Roberts complained of a loss of comedy in the Senate and appeal for quote, more workhorses and less show, horses hotel, conglomerate Marriott, now says that a huge data breach affected fewer guests records and I feared, but the company confirmed today that the hackers did access more than five million unencrypted passport numbers. The FBI is investigating whether China was behind the hack and herb Kelleher who co-founded Southwest Airlines and helped to revolutionize air travel has died. He led the way in creating low-cost air travel and helped fuel airline deregulation. He also had a flair for wacky marketing antics from posing with planes to dressing as Elvis herb Kelleher retired in two thousand eight he was eighty seven years old. So to come on the news hour,.

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"We're all on the same path in terms of wanting to get government open. The Democrats assessment was different complete coverage. Just ahead flaw secretary of state, Mike Pompeo visits the Middle East and the house of representatives has a new general council will meet Douglas letter after news headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. President Trump shows no sign of wavering. He wants more than five billion dollars for border wall. Without that, he says a fourth of the government will remain closed for months, maybe even over year, he confirms telling democratic leaders and a meeting at the White House today, some eight hundred thousand federal workers are affected President Trump says he thinks the majority of them support him. It's very important that we have great border security. I think it's going to be over with sooner than people think, but I will do whatever we have to do if we have to stay out for a very long period of time. We're going to do that and many of those people maybe even most of those people that really have not been and will not be getting their money in at this moment. Those people in many cases are the biggest fan of what we're doing last week. The president tweeted that most of the people affected by the partial shutdown. Democrats congressional Democrats maintain that the idea of five billion plus for a border wall is widely unpopular. Well, the White House is celebrating a very strong economic report today from the Labor Department three hundred twelve thousand jobs added in December and with more people back in the job. Search the unemployment rate ticked up last month to three point nine percent. Hiring was strongest in manufacturing healthcare construction and food services at last check on Wall Street, the Dow is up seven hundred forty six points. Three point two percent s&p was up three point four percent. And the NASDAQ was up four point two percent house. Democrats have unveiled a massive piece of legislation that they say will quote return political power to the people. It's more than five hundred seventy pages include some changes that have been pushed by ethics watchdogs for a long time. But is NPR's Peter Overby tells us the Bill is likely to run into heavy resistance from Republicans in congress HR one was a keystone in the house democr-. Kratz midterm campaigns. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Republican senators and President Trump will have to deal with the American people will know that this is an option at the house has given the Senate of the United States and the president of the United States. The Bill would tighten up ethics rules for congress the administration and the supreme court it would seek to win politicians away from big donors. It would also bring down barriers to voting and stop state legislatures from gerrymandering congressional district. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection. Next year lawmaker from Kansas is the second longtime Republican Senator in less than a month to announce plans not to run again. The first was Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander before the close. The Dow was up three point two percent. Seven hundred forty six points at twenty three thousand four hundred thirty.

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on KCRW

"Short expectations. My expectations are certain political age Meltzer high. The takeaway, we'll be right back after these headlines. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The partial government shutdown is in its fourteenth day. Apparently, it could go on for much much longer moments ago. President Trump confirmed during an exchange with a reporter in the rose garden and account Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer gave earlier to members of the media about his and other democratic leaders meeting with Trump at the White House today, the shutdown could go on for months or even a year or longer. Did you say that that's your I did is that we are. Absolutely. I said that I don't think it will. But I am prepared. And I think I can speak for Republicans in the house and Republicans in the Senate they feel very strongly about having a safe country. The administration says this country faces a crisis at the border with Mexico. President Trump wants five point six billion dollars for a border wall. Congrats. National Democrats have been arguing that funding for border structure is a non-starter Trump is planning to hold another working meeting on the border issue this weekend. The White House is celebrating though what one communist describes as a late Christmas present NPR's. Scott Horsely reports the latest numbers from the Labor Department reveal much stronger job growth and expected in the month of December US employers added. A whopping three hundred twelve thousand jobs last month on the job gains for the two previous months were also revised upwards, the encouraging news helped to reassure nervous. Investors who Aratu earlier this week by trade tensions with China had an ominous profit warning from apple White House. A columnist Richard Burke Hauser notes, hundreds of thousands of new workers also joined the labor force in December. Suggesting the us economy still has room to grow. There has been a considerable concern that we're basically running out of workers. But this month is terrific. The unemployment rate inched up. A bit because of all those new people looking for work, but at three point nine percent, it's still near historic lows. Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House and keeping the economic growth in mind as well as investors concerns about more interest rate hikes, and how that'll play in the markets ahead of the Federal Reserve said today that the central Bank intends to tread carefully in determining when to again, raise interest rates nearly forty years after first being elected to congress. Senator Pat Roberts says he will not seek reelection in twenty twenty I had the honor and privilege of representing Kansas. I sixteen years in the house twenty two years so far in the Senate never.

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China says plans made for US trade talks

"The team that brought us close ups of Pluto will ring in the new year by exploring an even more distant and mysterious world Nastase new horizon spacecraft zipped past the scrawny. Icy object nicknamed Altima Tuli, it's one billion miles beyond Pluto and four billion miles from earth. Ultimately will be the farthest world ever explored by humankind. It dates all the way back to our solar systems origin four point five billion years ago. It'll take almost two years for new horizons to beam back all of its data on ultimately a fly by of an even more distant world could be in the offing in the twenty twenties. If NASA approves another mission extension and the spacecraft remains healthy shutdown standoff. I'm Tim Maguire, the AP news minute no action expected on the partial government shutdown until Monday at the earliest congress adjourning until new years eve, Kansas Republican Senator Pat Roberts one of just a few members of congress on Capitol Hill today. Urgency

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President Trump, Dianne Feinstein and Brad Kavanagh discussed on 1A with Joshua Johnson

"President Trump is weighing in on a Goshi ations over a farm Bill to replace the one that expires at the end of the month. More from NPR's. Brockton Booker President Trump tweeted Wednesday past the farm Bill with snap work requirements. The snap program. Commonly referred to as food stamps is the biggest sticking point between house and Senate versions of the farm Bill. The house version calls for stricter work requirements for snap recipients. The Senate version does not Kansas. Senator Pat Roberts, a Republican says feeling to pass a farm Bill before the end of the month deadline is not an option where very close very close to the finish line. But we still have a lot of work to do quite frankly a lot of compromise. It remains to be done the current form. Bill expires on September

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"senator pat roberts" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Amendment what i have her number memorized so willy that was the department of homeland security secretary trying to comment on this policy yesterday failing miserably in my opinion well she's wrong that this is about democrats that this is about congress this is a policy i mean we've set at a million times over the last couple of weeks this is a policy that the trump administration could with a red line eliminate this warning the president could do that he could stop this let's be clear about that the other thing which should be clear about is that this is intentional this is about deterrence as you just pointed out jeff sessions said so out loud stephen miller has said so out loud time and again if you ask republicans they say why are you doing this i the the phrase i hear is that it's quote a tough deterrent that is going to stop people from entering this country illegally this is premeditated intentional policy the idea that it's cooked up by democrats it's congress's fault it's totally false and we saw increasing number of republicans speaking out yesterday against president trump's policy of separating families at the border kansas senator pat roberts said while i firmly support enforcing our immigration laws i am against using parental separation as a deterrent to a legal immigration concern first and foremost is the protection of the children senator orrin hatch of utah another republican said a policy that leads to separating children from their families is wrong the white house can fix it if they want to i don't think there's any question about that and senator john mccain tweeted the administration's current family separation policy as a front to the.

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