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"shimkus" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Fox News. But Chris Foster president Trump orders from overseas coronavirus travel restrictions lifted next week, but they'll stay in place anyway. With President elect Biden taking office tomorrow, President Trump issued a proclamation saying As of January 26, he was going to end restrictions on travelers coming into the U. S from the UK, the European Union and Brazil. But Jen Psaki, the spokesperson for President elect Biden sent out tweets, saying on advice of their medical team restrictions are staying in place for now. Fox is Jill NATO. Hillary Clinton wants to know if President Trump was giving Russian President Vladimir Putin updates during the riots of the capital. She spoke about it with Nancy Pelosi on her podcast. I would love to see his phone records to see whether he was talking to Putin. The day that the insurgents invaded our capital. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi thinks the investigation is appropriate and says that there is support for it in Congress boxes. Carley Shimkus, Americans listening to Bach. George is talking. So you do when? From the access Wdun Hurdy Chevrolet Newsroom and B. J. Williams return to face to face learning for the first time this year for some students in Hall County and city of Gainesville schools. That story's just ahead and easy early drive around northeast Georgia so far, I'm Caleb Hutchins. Updating traffic after news and weather are next rain event Wednesday night. Rain likely for Thursday. Don't expect any thunder and no locally heavy Rainfall either then will dry out for the weekend. And we're tracking that mornings on Main Street coming up on Wdun. Both will County and Gainesville City schools, making a return to face to face learning on a limited basis. Today. Now in Hall County students will return to class on a hybrid schedule. In other words, if the students last name starts with L through Z, then that student will go to school in person today and Thursday. Students with last names, beginning with a through K will attend Wednesday and Friday. On the other days this week, the students will learn online along with virtual learners. Until city schools well, welcoming back grades pre K through to today, third through 12th grade students remain online. Now schools in rural Georgia have been struggling as they're forced to bypass in person instruction in favor of virtual again because of the spiking coronavirus cases all over the state. Students in Lincoln County schools in east Georgia have been scrambling to find decent Internet to complete their studies of limited connectivity in the county being rural. They're working on that. But a lot of the connective itty works off of self signal in the cell signal is not great throughout a rural county. Superintendent, Dr Samuel Light, telling Fox 54 TV. Other students have been heading to public libraries to church is also the parking lot of the high school to pick up signal. Wdun news time. 6 33 as part of yesterday's online celebration of Martin Luther King Day in gains filled the Newtown Florist Club announced the release of a black business directory for the Gainesville Hall County community. Members of the group that helped develop the directory discussed.

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'Hitler was right on one thing': Mary Miller criticized for invoking Adolph Hitler

Pacifica Evening News

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

'Hitler was right on one thing': Mary Miller criticized for invoking Adolph Hitler

"A Republican Congress woman sworn into office last weekend drew swift criticism from fellow Republicans for quoting Adolf Hitler. In a speech this week outside the capital, Mary Miller was elected in November to replace Republican jump Shimkus. She spoke during an event by the group Moms for America as demonstrations in support of President Trump began in Washington, D. C. Miller read from prepared remarks, urging the need to appeal to young people and politics, Miller said quote Hitler was right on one thing, he said. Whoever has the youth has the future. Illinois Republicans, including Adam Kinzinger and the state Republican chairman, condemned the comments. Illinois's governor J. B. Pritzker, who's a Democrat and Jewish, called the remarks unfathomable.

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Pro-Trump rally in New York City leads to violent clashes

Curtis Sliwa

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Pro-Trump rally in New York City leads to violent clashes

"March in motorcade in support of President Trump turned violent in the city this past weekend. Fox's Carley Shimkus has more. Hundreds of cars traveled from Coney Island to Trump Tower before heading to an event in Brooklyn yesterday, but unfortunately this is that was marred by violent clashes with Trump critics videos posted on Twitter. Shows cars with trump flags on them being pelted with eggs, even rocks. A family of seven, including four kids, reports being pepper sprayed inside their vehicle as well. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani also made an appearance at this event, and protesters shouted expletives at his car. The NYPD says seven people were arrested in Times Square. In connection to a violent altercation

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"shimkus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Rally in the Keystone State last night? Telling voters in Erie Joe Biden would cost them jobs in the oil industry by banning fracking for the last 47 years, Joe Biden has been outsourcing your job's offshoring your factories and selling out the American worker exciting. The purported Hunter Biden laptop and potentially damaging e mails on its president told the crowd that Joe Biden is a corrupt politician. About that computers. Who's senior administration officials tell Fox News. The FBI is in possession of the laptop purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden. Multiple sources with knowledge of the matter tell Fox's Jackie Heinrich. The FBI has not provided any information to indicate this is part of the foreign disinformation campaign, but it is still being investigated. Meantime, Biden dismissed the controversy yesterday, calling it a last ditch effort in this desperate campaign. To smear him and his family. Carley Shimkus, With Joe Biden cramming for Thursday's debate, Running made Kamala Harris in Wisconsin virtual campaign event in Milwaukee yesterday. The president mishandled the Corona virus is more than fair to say that Donald Trump has Has exhibited a reckless disregard for human life. And there's just no denying that another court ruling on absentee ballots a federal appeals court refusing to set aside a recent North Carolina rule change but extends by nine days, the deadline for receiving absentee ballots. That are postmarked by Election Day. At least 11 women have been trampled to death in a stampede broke out among thousands of Afghans waiting in a soccer stadium early today. To get visas to leave the country. Government spokesman says most were elderly American is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News broadcasts Network download and make it hammer time with Bill Hemmer, Steve Cortes, senior advisor Trump Campaign. I believe that there is a reluctance of people to say they're going to vote for Donald Trump. Because of the unfortunate cancel culture that's so pervasive in our society. There could be sanctions against people's social work. Thanks. Otherwise, I don't want to rely on this, but I think it's reasonable to posit that there is a certain trump reluctant voters out there..

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"shimkus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The Keystone State last night, telling voters in Erie Joe Biden would cost them jobs in the oil industry by banning fracking for the last 47 years, Joe Biden has been outsourcing your job's offshoring your factories and selling out the American worker, exciting the purported Hunter Biden laptop and potentially damaging emails on it. The president told the crowd that Joe Biden is a corrupt politician. About that computer to senior administration officials tell Fox News. The FBI is in possession of the laptop purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden. Multiple sources with knowledge of the matter tell Fox's Jackie Heinrich. The FBI has not provided any information to indicate this is part of a foreign disinformation campaign, but it is still being investigated. Meantime, Biden dismissed the controversy yesterday, calling it a last ditch effort in this desperate campaign. To smear him and his family boxes. Carley Shimkus, With Joe Biden cramming for Thursday's debate, running made Kamala Harris in Wisconsin, telling a virtual campaign event in Milwaukee yesterday. The president mishandled the Corona virus. It is more than fair to say that Donald Trump has Has exhibited a reckless disregard for human life. And there's just no denying that another court ruling on absentee ballots a federal appeals court refusing to set aside a recent North Carolina rule change but extends by nine days, the deadline for receiving absentee ballots. That are postmarked by Election Day. At least 11 women have been trampled to death in a stampede broke out among thousands of Afghans waiting in a soccer stadium early today to get.

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"shimkus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Jack Callahan, Fox News President Trump Back for another campaign rally in the Keystone State last night, telling voters in Erie Joe Biden would cost them jobs in the oil industry by banning fracking for the last 47 years, Joe Biden has been outsourcing your jobs offshore in your factories and selling out the American worker, exciting the purported Hunter Biden laptop and potentially damaging emails on it. President told the crowd that Joe Biden is a corrupt politician about that computer was senior administration officials tell thoughts knows the FBI is in possession of the laptop purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden. Multiple sources with knowledge of the matter. Tell Fox is Jackie Heinrich. The FBI has not provided any information to indicate this is part of before and disinformation campaign, but it is still being investigated. Meantime, Biden dismissed the controversy yesterday, calling it a last ditch effort. Hurt in this desperate campaign to smear him and his family. His Carley Shimkus, With Joe Biden, cramming for Thursday's debate, running made Kamala Harris in Wisconsin, the virtual campaign event in Milwaukee yesterday. The president mishandled the Corona virus. It is more than fair to say that Donald Trump has Has exhibited a reckless disregard for human life. And there's just no denying that another court ruling on absentee ballots a federal appeals court refusing to set aside a recent North Carolina rule change but extends by nine days the deadline for receiving absentee ballots that are postmarked by election Day. At least 11 women have been trampled to death in a stampede broke out among thousands of Afghans living in a soccer stadium early today to get visas to leave the country. Government spokesman says most were elderly America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News broadcasts Network download and make it hammer time with Bill Hemmer, Steve Cortes, senior advisor Trump Campaign. I believe that there is a reluctance of people to say they're going to vote for Donald Trump. Because of the unfortunate cancel culture that's so pervasive in our society. There could be sanctions against people social work. Thanks. Otherwise, I don't want to rely on this, but I think it's reasonable to posit that there is a certain trump reluctant voter out there. Subscribe and.

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"shimkus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Don't state last night, telling voters in Erie Joe Biden would cost them jobs in the oil industry by banning fracking for the last 47 years, Joe Biden has been outsourcing your jobs offshore in your factories and selling out the American worker exciting. The purported hunter Biden leapt up and potentially damaging emails on it. The president told the crowd that Joe Biden is a corrupt politician. About that computer to senior administration officials Tell thoughts knows the FBI is in possession of the laptop purportedly belonging to Hunter Biden. Multiple sources with knowledge of the matter tell Fosse's Jackie Heinrich. The FBI has not provided any information to indicate this is part of a foreign this information campaign, but it is still being investigated. Meantime, Biden dismissed the controversy yesterday, calling it a last ditch effort in this desperate campaign. Just near him and his family boxes. Carley Shimkus, With Joe Biden cramming for Thursday's debate, running made Kamala Harris in Wisconsin virtual campaign event in Milwaukee yesterday. The president mishandled the Corona virus is more than fair to say that Donald Trump has Has exhibited a reckless disregard for human life. There's just no denying that another court ruling on absentee ballots. The federal appeals court, refusing to set aside a recent North Carolina rule change but extends by nine days, but deadline for receiving absentee ballots that are postmarked by Election Day, At least 11 women have been trampled to death in a stampede broke.

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"shimkus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Carley Shimkus, Yanks and Indians in the wildcard Open her tomorrow in Cleveland, Raffi on the Dallas Serena Williams moving on the French Open. W B C News time Middle four traffic in transit up next For cash in the Ramsey Subaru When the Senate Tonight Cloudy Low 70 Tomorrow cloudy thunderstorms likely high 76 72 in Central Park. It's 71 in New Rochelle. That's for cash. And the Rams you Subaru Weather Center from the 77 WNBC News Desk on Bob Round. Next up today, 30 Streaming 24 7 on the All new 77 WNBC Mobile app. W A B C traffic in transit. We're still looking at a lot of heavy traffic in Jersey on the Pulaski Skyway. Ifyou're out, found at the Holland Tunnel, no delays going through the tube. But once on the Jersey side, traffic is still bumper to bumper here out Ban on the Pulaski Skyway from Jersey City outdid nor got a report of an accident. Go for the north, The extension of the Turnpike. No problems at the Lincoln George Washington Bridge in pretty good shape. All of the approach is moving pretty well. Just a little bit of onion West Bend on the cross Bronx by the branch of her parkway. And some slow traffic here on the Jackie Robinson Parkway West banned in through Myrtle Avenue. I'm general Ace Talk radio 77 w A B C with cousin because it's a Saturday night rock and roll party with me. I'm your cousin Percy. That's this Saturday. Go on the six o'clock right here on music Radio 77 w A. B C. You can also hear Cousin Brucey on wnbc radio dot.

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Louisville police declare 'state of emergency,' ahead of anticipated Breonna Taylor announcement

Jim Bohannon

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Louisville police declare 'state of emergency,' ahead of anticipated Breonna Taylor announcement

"Louisville, Kentucky on Edge, bracing for a decision on charges of the death last spring of Briana Taylor, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is preparing to announce if the office Sirs involved in Briana Taylor's death will face criminal charges. It's unclear when that decision will come. But Louisville's mayor has already declared a state of emergency. We hope that announcement whatever it is, is coming soon, so our city can learn the facts of what happened that night. Begin to heal and take the next steps and I'm going fight for racial justice and equity. Downtown Louisville has been barricaded off. Businesses are being encouraged to have employees work from home boxes. Carley Shimkus Briana Taylor was shot and killed during a no knock drug warrant search in her apartment.

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"shimkus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Oh, I've been to a lot of different speeches and rallies. I've never heard crowds go. We love you. But you know why we love you. I love you. As the president gets ready to make his Supreme Court pick to replace like Justice Ruth Peter Ginsberg, Jesus. It'll be a woman. He has five in mind, and he'll choose by Friday or Saturday. But in a new politico poll on Lee 37% say the president should make this pic now half believe whoever's elected in November should decide which is what Democrats want. Senate Republicans are ready for this. Fox is Rachel Sutherland has more Blind date. Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham says Republicans have the votes to confirm a replacement before the election, telling Fox's Sean Hannity Democrats tried to destroy Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his confirmation process. For Cavanaugh. Everything changed with me. They're not going to intimidate me. Mitch McConnell or anybody else. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer referred to leader McConnell stance in 2016 on waiting during an election year applies even more so now, more so, so much closer. We are to an election to more Republican senators, Chuck Grassley and Cory Gardner now say they support moving forward. Save the range of the president will address the U. N General Assembly this morning, but not in person. He and other world leaders. They're sending videos and what's a virtual event in this chronic crisis. A Border Patrol agent is hospitalized this morning the agent was trying to arrest a group of suspected illegal immigrants on the Arizona border. One of the immigrants reportedly took out a knife and stabbed the agent multiple times. The agent then fatally shot his attacker. Coxes Carley Shimkus, top of the storm, Beta raining down on parts of Texas.

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"shimkus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Com President Trump taking executive action against the Chinese based Social Media President Trump saying In part, the spread in the United States of mobile applications developed and owned by companies and the People's Republic of China continued to threaten national security, Foreign policy and economy of the United States. Thieve idiosyncratic map is accused of gathering data that could be shared with the Chinese government. The band now putting pressure on TIC Tac's owner bite dance to sell. Microsoft is reportedly a leading contender to acquire the company. But any deal will be closely monitored The Chinese messaging APP we chat used to send payments around the world. Also included in the ban was Carley Shimkus, Milwaukee's police oversight Board as demoted police chief counsel Morales to captain After questioning how he handled several incidents in Milwaukee, including ordering officers to fire tear gas and pepper sprayed protesters. Morella's ability for 3.5 years the Trump Administration moving to re impose tariffs on aluminum imports from Canada. And in the voting to retaliate with dollar for dollar trade counter measures the happiest place on Earth. Not so much for a grandmother suing Disney over CBD 69 year old Hester Burkhalter of North Carolina, arrested at Disney World last year for having CBD oil in her bank. The great grandmother says the oil was prescribed by a doctor for arthritis. She's suing the park and the Orange County Sheriff's Department alleging to a strip searched and subjected to drug sniffing dogs, adding deputies test The oil and did not find th see the chemical in marijuana, but he's second test came back positive for it. Burkhalter released and charges were dropped. She's seeking over $18 million in damages, starting assault, battery, false arrest, imprisonment and emotional distress. Kristen Goodwin, Fox News, Jack Callahan, This.

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"shimkus" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KTOK

"The investigators on Jack Callahan. Fox News, a former acting U. S attorney general will face some tough questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Today, Sally Yates will face a firestorm of questions from Senate Republicans. Who are investigating the origins of the Russia probe. She's expected to be grilled about an Oval Office meeting She attended in 2017 when President Obama and former FBI director James Comey discussed sharing national security information with Michael Flynn. Boxes. Carley Shimkus report, Senator Lindsey Graham says he will ask Yates why she signed FISA warrants against members of the Trump campaign. President Trump telling Lou Dobbs on the Fox Business Network last night. There's no doubt the former administration spied on his campaign, and he predicted the investigation into that by U. S Attorney John Durham will be shocking. Now it's up to our attorney general. I do here. It's breathtaking what they've found. That's all I can say. As promised. The president has filed suits try and stop Nevada for mailing out millions of mail in ballots, the lawsuit alleges. Several issues of state encounter during the primary, including ballots mailed to deceased individuals or wrong addresses done. Nevada is the latest state joining seven others in Washington, D. C, who will mail ballots to voters, and the president has made very well known his concerns for fraud boxes. Griff Jenkins. Results from several races in Michigan's primary Tuesday may not be known until much later today. Because of a crush of mail in ballots in Tuesday's primary in Missouri Long time Congressman William Lacy Clay ousted from a seat that he and his father before him, have held for more than 50 years. Corey Bush, a former homeless woman who led some of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after the Michael Brown shooting, winning that primary. Red Cross says there are now more than 100 people dead and 4000 hurt from Tuesday's massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray. Gowdy podcast. There are lots of ways to mete out accountability and consequence and responsibility and our culture that do not depend upon indictments and prosecutions. We have lots of ways to do it narrowly avoiding indict that should not be praiseworthy or should not be seen as a clean.

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"shimkus" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Investigating the investigators. Munchak Callahan, Fox News, a former acting U. S. Attorney general will face some tough questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Today, Sally Yates will face a firestorm of questions from Senate Republicans. You are investigating the origins of the Russia probe She's expected to be grilled about an Oval Office meeting she attended in 2017 when President Obama and former FBI director James Comey discussed sharing national security information with Michael Flynn. Boxes. Carley Shimkus report, Senator Lindsey Graham says he will ask Yates why she signed FISA warrants against members of the Trump campaign. President Trump telling Lou jobs on the Fox business Network last night. There's no doubt the former administration spied on his campaign, and he predicted the investigation into that by U. S Attorney John Durham will be shocking. Now it's up to our attorney general. I do hear its rest take in what they've found. That's all I can say. As promised. The president has filed suits try and stop Nevada from mailing out millions of mail in ballots, the lawsuit alleges. Several issues of state encounter during the primary, including ballots mailed to deceased individuals or wrong addresses done. Nevada is the latest state joining seven others in Washington, D. C. Who will mail ballots to voters, and the president has made very well known. His concerns for fraud was Griff Jenkins. Results from several races in Michigan's primary Tuesday may not be known until much later today. Because of a crush of mail in ballots in Tuesday's primary in Missouri Long time Congressman William Lacy Clay ousted from a seat that he and his father before him, have held for more than 50 years. Corey Bush, a former homeless woman who led some of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after the Michael Brown shooting, winning that primary. Red Cross says there are now more than 100 people dead and 4000 hurt from Tuesday's massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. America is listening to Fox News. Is will continue to move up into Atlantic Canada. By the time we.

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"shimkus" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Jack Callahan. Fox News, A former acting U. S. Attorney general will face some tough questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Today, Sally Yates will face a firestorm of questions from Senate Republicans. Who are investigating the origins of the Russia probe. She's expected to be grilled about an Oval Office meeting She attended in 2017 when President Obama and former FBI director James Comey discussed sharing national security information with Michael Flynn. Boxes. Carley Shimkus report, Senator Lindsey Graham says he will ask Yates why she signed FISA warrants against members of the Trump campaign. President Trump telling Lou jobs on the Fox business Network last night. There's no doubt the former administration spied on his campaign, and he predicted the investigation into that by U. S Attorney John Durham will be shocking. Now it's up to our attorney general. I do hear its rest take in what they've found. That's all I can say. As promised. The president has filed suits try and stop Nevada from mailing out millions of mail in ballots, the lawsuit alleges. Several issues of state encounter during the primary, including ballots mailed to deceased individuals or wrong addresses done. Nevada is the latest state joining seven others in Washington, D. C, who will mail ballots to voters, and the president has made very well known his concerns for fraud boxes. Griff Jenkins. Results from several races in Michigan's primary Tuesday may not be known until much later today. Because of a crush of mail in ballots in Tuesday's primary in Missouri Long time Congressman William Lacy Clay ousted from a seat that he and his father before him, have held for more than 50 years. Corey Bush, a former homeless woman who led some of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after the Michael Brown shooting, winning that primary. Red Cross says there are now more than 100 people dead and 4000 hurt from Tuesday's massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon..

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"shimkus" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"70 th Seattle Your vote your voice your station investigating the investigators. Munchak Callahan. Fox News. The former acting U S attorney general will face some tough questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Today, Sally Yates will face a firestorm of questions from Senate Republicans. Who are investigating the origins of the Russia probe. She's expected to be grilled about an Oval Office meeting She attended in 2017 when President Obama and former FBI director James Comey discussed sharing national security information with Michael Flynn. Boxes. Carley Shimkus report, Senator Lindsey Graham says he will ask Yates why she signed FISA warrants against members of the Trump campaign. President Trump telling Lou Dobbs on the Fox Business Network last night. There's no doubt the former administration spied on his campaign, and he predicted the investigation into that by U. S Attorney John Durham will be shocking. Now it's up to our attorney general. I do here. It's breathtaking what they've found. That's all I can say. As promised. The president has filed suits try and stop Nevada for mailing out millions of mail in ballots, the lawsuit alleges. Several issues of state encounter during the primary, including ballots mailed to deceased individuals or wrong addresses done. Nevada is the latest state joining seven others in Washington, D. C, who will mail ballots to voters, and the president has made very well known his concerns for fraud boxes. Griff Jenkins. Results from several races in Michigan's primary Tuesday may not be known until much later today. Because of a crush of mail in ballots in Tuesday's primary in Missouri Long time Congressman William Lacy Clay ousted from a seat that he and his father before him, have held for more than 50 years. Corey Bush, a former homeless woman who led some of the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after the Michael Brown shooting, winning that primary. Red Cross says there are now more than 100 people dead and 4000 hurt from Tuesday's massive explosion in Beirut, Lebanon. America is listening to Fox News. From the Fox News Podcasts Network, subscribe and listen to the tray Gowdy cast. There are lots of ways to mete out accountability and consequence and responsibility and our culture that do not depend upon indictments and prosecutions. We have lots of ways to do it narrowly avoiding indict that should not be praiseworthy or should not be seen as a.

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CNN reporting crew arrested live on TV by Minnesota state police

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

CNN reporting crew arrested live on TV by Minnesota state police

"The Minnesota governor also offering a public apology for this a CNN crew was arrested on live TV Friday while covering the riots in Minneapolis state police putting correspondent Omar Jimenez in hand cuffs along with his producer and cameraman I'm sorry okay hello I am under us or why it why am I under arrest police told the crew they were being detained because they were told to move and dance but footage of the incident shows him as telling police he and his crew would move forever officers wanted them to go boxes Carley Shimkus state police say the crew was released once there media credentials were

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CNN crew arrested while reporting on Minneapolis protests

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

CNN crew arrested while reporting on Minneapolis protests

"The Minnesota governor also offering a public apology for this a CNN crew was arrested on live TV Friday while covering the riots in Minneapolis state police putting correspondent Omar Jimenez in hand cuffs along with his producer and cameraman I'm sorry okay I am under a certain client why am I under arrest police told the crew they were being detained because they were told to move and dance but footage of the incident shows him as telling police he and his crew would move forever officers wanted them to go boxes Carley Shimkus state police say the crew was released once their media credentials were

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"shimkus" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Swift and fair justice I'm Lisa Brady fox news that's what Minnesota's governor Tim Walters says he expects the officers involved in the death of George Floyd a third night of protests turning violent echoing across multiple cities the ashes are symbolic of decades and generations of of pain of anguish unheard and Walter says order must be restored he called out the National Guard the president's been warning he might have to intervene getting flagged over one tweet the White House escalating its dispute with Twitter reposting a tweet for the president's personal account that the social media giant had just taken the unprecedented step of hiding because it violated the platform's rules Twitter use what it calls a public interest notice to flag the president's original post meaning that we will be hidden behind a notice that says this tweet violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence boxes John decker in Washington the president warning that when the looting starts the shooting starts the White House says he was condemning violence the Minnesota governor also offering a public apology for this a CNN crew was arrested on live TV Friday while covering the riots in Minneapolis state police putting correspondent Omar Jimenez in hand cuffs along with his producer and cameraman I'm sorry okay do you know what I am under us or why it why am I under arrest police told the crew they were being detained because they were told to move and dance but footage of the incident shows him as telling police he and his crew would move forever officers wanted them to go boxes Carley Shimkus state police say the crew was released once their media credentials were verified the Dow has been down over two hundred points consumer spending plunging by a record amount nearly fourteen percent during the shutdowns in April America is listening to fox news W. conte was the second night of violence and.

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"shimkus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"White House third night of protests turning violent echoing across multiple cities the ashes are symbolic of decades and generations of a pain of anguish unheard and Walter says order must be restored he called out the National Guard the president's been warning he might have to intervene getting flagged over one tweet the White House escalating its dispute with Twitter reposting a tweet for the president's personal account that the social media giant had just taken the unprecedented step of hiding because it violated the platform's rules Twitter use what it calls a public interest notice to flag the president's original post meaning that we will be hidden behind a notice that says this tweet violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence thanks John decker in Washington the president warning that when the looting starts the shooting starts the White House says he was condemning violence the Minnesota governor also offering a public apology for this a CNN crew was arrested on live TV Friday while covering the riots in Minneapolis state police putting correspondent Omar Jimenez in hand cuffs along with his producer and cameraman I'm sorry okay hello I am under us or why it why am I under arrest police told the crew they were being detained because they were told to move and dance but footage of the incident shows him as telling police he and his crew would move forever officers wanted them to go boxes Carley Shimkus state police say the crew was released once their media credentials were verified the Dow has been down over two hundred points consumer spending plunging by a record amount nearly fourteen percent during the shutdowns in April America is listening to fox news America is in an economic tailspin president trump rebuilt the U. S. economy and you can do it again now newsmax TV's Chris Salcedo is looking at the lockdowns if you're invested in stocks watch.

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"shimkus" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Yes Lisa Brady fox news that's what Minnesota's governor Tim Walz says he expects the officers involved in the death of George Floyd a third night of protests turning violent echoing across multiple cities the ashes are symbolic of decades and generations of a pain of anguish on her and wants to set the order must be restored he called out the National Guard the president's been warning he might have to intervene getting flagged over one tweet the White House escalating its dispute with Twitter reposting a tweet from the president's personal account that the social media giant had just taken the unprecedented step of hiding because it violated the platform's rules Twitter use what it calls a public interest notice to flag the president's original post meaning the tweet will be hidden behind a notice that says this tweet violated the Twitter rules about glorifying violence thanks John decker in Washington the president warning that when the looting starts the shooting starts the White House says he was condemning violence the Minnesota governor also offering a public apology for this a CNN crew was arrested on live TV Friday while covering the riots in Minneapolis state police putting correspondent Omar Jimenez in hand cuffs along with his producer and cameraman I'm sorry your house okay hello I am under us or why it why am I under arrest police told the crew they were being detained because they were told to move and dance but footage of the incident shows him as telling police he and his crew would move forever officers wanted them to go boxes Carley Shimkus state police say the crew was released once there media credentials were verified the Dow has been down over two hundred points consumer spending plunging by a record amount nearly fourteen percent during the shutdowns in April America is listening to fox news I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is a really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.

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14:14 min | 2 years ago

"shimkus" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"At Washington Smithsonian Institution secretary Lani bunch outlined his priorities to lawmakers one of which is to address the deferred maintenance backlog his testimony came one St before an oversight hearing in front of the house administration committee Mr bunches the Smithsonian's first African American leader he started his post in June twenty nineteen this hearing runs about an hour California democratic representative Zoloft and begins. I understand the ranking member is on his way and since we have kind of a. schedule and we have a quorum all Startin he can give his opening statement out here he is now. hi the committee will come to order we want to welcome everyone on this hearing providing oversight to the Smithsonian Institution in eighteen thirty six Congress accepted a request from James Smithson an English scientist who never visited the United States but nevertheless decided to leave his substantial fortune to our young country for the increase and diffusion of knowledge ten years later in eighteen forty six the Smithsonian Institution was formally established by Congress in the one hundred and seventy three years since the Smithsonian has grown to a complex of nineteen museums numerous research center's library system a network of more than two hundred affiliate organizations are cars and the national zoo today the Smithsonian servers as steward to more than a hundred and fifty four million artifacts works of art and specimens visitors from across the country and around the world flock to see this broad collection and in twenty eighteen alone there were nearly twenty nine million visits to the Smithsonian Smithsonian also works with energies around the world to advance critical scientific discovery and research earliest earlier this year thanks in large part to the Smithsonian astrophysical observatory is leadership the first ever image of a black hole was unveiled to the public I was so honored to meet the scientists who affiliated with the Smithsonian who were responsible for that photo. just last week we learned this is the the Smithsonian researchers in the Amazon discovered a new species of electric eel described as the most powerful ever the Smithsonian Institution however is not without challenges as it continues to work through the strategic plan we discussed back in our twenty seventeen committee hearing these challenges need to be addressed for the Smithsonian to carry out its mission to increase to increase and diffuse knowledge and include a deferred maintenance backlog the include a deferred maintenance backlog approaching nearly a billion dollars a shortage of storage space for the institutions ever growing collection insufficient diversity among Smithsonian staff and leadership and inadequate information technology security the Smithsonian is also in the midst of a large scale multi phase renovation of the national air and space museum these challenges exist in the context of a transition period for the Smithsonian which as of June this year has a new secretary and we're honored to have a secretary bunch joins us this morning first first appearance as Abby for Congress as secretary in addition to these challenges there are a number of congressional proposals for new museums at various levels of maturity these proposals include HR nineteen eighty representative Carolyn Maloney's Smithsonian women's history museum act and HR twenty four twenty representative Jose Serrano's national museum of the American Latino act these proposals would establish American and American museum of women's history. in a national museum of American Latino history respectively similar to the authorizing leisure legislation for the national museum of African American history and culture these proposals contemplate a combination of federally appropriated and privately raised funds to finance the construction of museum building and direct the Smithsonian to port appointed director to manage the museum this hearing will inform the committee consideration of these proposals as well before I formally introduce our witnesses I would like to recognize our ranking member a Davis were any comments he would like on the Smithsonian Institution oversight hearing welcome Mister Mister Davis thank you chairperson Lofgren for holding this hearing and welcome to both witnesses today you were testifying for the first time before committing it's not that scary is it. okay we we hope certainly hope you'll come back and I I do want to thank you secretary bunch for bringing the casts of of the hands of one of my most famous constituents in Springfield Illinois find some places in Illinois Abe Lincoln might still be able to vote but not in Springfield. we have before us an opportunity here from you and I am really honored that you've become a secretary and I certainly look forward to working with you he wrote he scored a big success with the Apollo fifty go for the moon event on the mall in July was a well deserved tribute to the Apollo eleven mission and an inspirational recognition a proud moment in our nation's history since its establishment in eighteen forty six the Smithsonian has become the world's largest museum education and research complex institution preserves and celebrates our nation's cultural heritage and advances scientific discovery of multiple disciplines on behalf of the American people Congress the board of regents in the Smithsonian management you have a responsibility to ensure the continued success of the institution for future generations this is only the Smithsonian has broad mission. the increase and diffusion of knowledge and a bold strategic plan to support that mission critical goal in the plan is to reach one billion people year three digit three digital first strategy making the Smithsonian's rich collections first class research and empowering educational materials accessible to Americans across the country not just those who visit Washington DC that needs to be a fundamental part of the institution strategy moving forward. excuse me a particular please at my former boss and my mentor congressman John Shimkus serves on the board of regents his experience as a former educator allows him to provide the Smithsonian with unique perspectives to help advance the strategy I look forward to hearing from you secretary bunch on your vision for achieving this goal and the institutions other priorities as a large and complex organization with nineteen museums and then at the national zoo multiple research centers that an international presence the Smithsonian also faces significant risks and challenges first to mind is the Smithsonian's current nine hundred million dollar renovation of one of the world's most visited museums happen to be my twin boys favorite the national air and space facility on the national mall that's been done while a portion of it remains open thankfully to the visiting public additionally an increasing maintenance backlog is just over a billion dollars Furthermore inadequate storage space for collections and finally reports of identified much needed IT security improvements that I welcome the inspector general's comments on these and other risks facing the institution and look forward to discussing the Smithsonian's approach to addressing them in addition there are several proposals for new Smithsonian museums establishing a new museum is a complex undertaking and should be carefully considered to ensure its success with his experience is the founding director of the national museum of African American history and culture we're hopeful that secretary bunch can provide the committee with insight into the issues surrounding the establishment of new museums in the keys to success in doing so finally secretary bunch I'm excited about the possibility of your visiting Springfield Illinois in my district of which happens to be the site of the nineteen oh eight race riots and the birthplace of the N. double ACP the community would love to have you view this significant artifacts that are actually being excavated right now into the site. which the department of interior just determine was suitable for designation as a national historic monument. so thank you I look forward to hearing from our witnesses today and I yield back madam chair gentleman yields back other members opening statements will be put into the record by unanimous consent I would like to note that we have in our audience today a congresswoman Carolyn Maloney who is the author of the women's history museum bill which is now has a sufficient number of co sponsors to actually pass the house so welcome. representative Maloney I'd like to welcome our witnesses now joining us this morning are the secretary of the Smithsonian Lani bunch and the Smithsonian inspector general cap the helm secretariat bunches the fourteenth secretary of the Smithsonian and I'd like to highlight is mentioned by the ranking member the first African American to lead the institution he assumed the role of secretary and June twenty nineteen our secretary bunch is new to his current position he certainly not new to the Smithsonian from two thousand five until this year he served as director of the Smithsonian's national museum of African American history and culture spectacular museum and if people have not yet visited I highly recommend that you do so when he started that job in two thousand five Mr bunch had one staff member no collections and no dedicated museum site thanks to his leadership since the national museum of African American history and culture opened in twenty sixteen it is welcome more than five million visitors compiled a collection of forty thousand objects at our house in the first green building on the national mall he has served as the president of the Chicago Historical Society as associate director for the Curie curatorial affairs at the national museum of American history during his career is also an accomplished author having written on topics ranging from the American presidency to diversity in museum management his most recent work a fool's errand is about his experience creating the African American history museum really a crowning glory of an achievement for you Sir and we're so honored after the hearing he has brought some artifacts from the Smithsonian for us to look at what you're really something special so please do take a time after the hearing to take a look at them Kathy. home has been serving as inspector general for the Smithsonian Institution since twenty fourteen she's responsible for conducting audits and investigations keeping the board of regents and Congress informed about problems and deficiencies promoting efficiency and effectiveness within the Smithsonian and preventing and detecting fraud waste and abuse inspector general home also serves as the vice chair of the audit committee for the council's inspector general's on integrity and efficiency. as chair of the small unique ally G. group a group of inspector generals who me quarterly to exchange ideas before she joined the Smithsonian inspector general home worked as the deputy inspector general at the U. S. government accountability office where she helped lead audit and investigative programs welcome to both of today's witnesses and we thank you so much for coming at this time I would ask unanimous consent that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks in all written statements may be made part of the record without objection that is so ordered I'll remind the witnesses that your entire statement will be made part of the record we ask that you your testimony summarize your written statement at about five minutes when the five minutes is nearing up the little light will turn yellow and when it's read it means there are five minutes I please ask you to wind it up the record will remain open for at least five days for additional materials or questions to be submitted to you so now we will turn to use secretary barge welcome and we're eager to hear your testimony thank thank you so much your personal life and ranking member Davis and members of the committee thank you for this opportunity to testify today my ten year is the fourteen secretary of the Smithsonian has been only a few short months but as you mention my relationship with this institution goes back to when I was a twenty six year old kid I was so honored to serve as the founding director of the national team of African American history and culture and I am more than pleased in fact I'm humbled to assume the role as secretary of this institution the institution I love so much the Smithsonian greatly appreciates the continued support of Congress the administration and the American people and we take seriously the crucial role we play in advancing the civic educational and scientific wife of this nation our goal is to reach in meaningful ways at least one billion people worldwide nothing replaces the authentic artifacts we have on display but we need to reach millions who could not visit us in person using all the digital tools available to us I am committed to achieving this goal while protecting and securing our digital assets and.

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02:16 min | 2 years ago

"shimkus" Discussed on KCRW

"One hour by taking two right public being for the purpose of forming somebody in a public setting you have a beef with somebody find other ways to deal with the conflict rather make it ready make other people of your your motion that T. says multiple victims were taken to area hospitals and another individual had a seizure which the police chief says is related to the shooting for NPR news I'm Carl Kassel in Montgomery Alabama and from Washington this is NPR news another Republican is leaving Congress John Shimkus of illinois' says he will not run for reelection next year says good Taylor has more on the GOP retirements in the house show this was first elected to Congress in nineteen ninety six and is easily been reelected sense he represents a south central Illinois district the president trump carried by forty six points this is the most Republican districts in the state and so there's little chance Democrats could flip it HM this is decision is evidence of growing unrest in the GOP caucus after the party lost the house last November along with little confidence among members that they can win it back in twenty twenty Jim this is now the twelfth lawmaker to announce he won't run for reelection and two others have already resigned or plan too early more Republican retirement you're expected with some members likely deciding before they return after Labor Day just get Taylor NPR news Washington the jury is found a Utah man guilty of running a multi million dollar opioid rang prosecutors described twenty nine year old Aaron Shamil as the rings king pin they say he pedaled fake prescription pills place with fentanyl to thousands of people his conviction carries a mandatory life sentence of life in prison Sudan's former long time president Omar al Bashir has been formally convict at rather indicted on charges of possessing a listed foreign currency and corruption authorities found millions in foreign and domestic currency stockpiled out this year's home after he was ousted following months of protests in April his corruption trial expected to resume next week I'm trial Snyder NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include.

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