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A Lawsuit Seeks The Removal Of The Directors For Park Service And BLM

Environment: NPR

01:58 min | Last month

A Lawsuit Seeks The Removal Of The Directors For Park Service And BLM

"A lawsuit filed today seeks the removal of the controversial acting directors for two federal agencies. The agencies are in charge of millions of acres of public land energy development and the country's national parks. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management Have Not had permanent Senate confirmed directors for the entire trump presidency. That's a violation of the Constitution which requires Senate oversight of these key positions according to a lawsuit filed by to Washington DC and Idaho based conservation groups. And they're just a freewheeling detouring around the constitution in allowing these lower level political appointees to be running a show Peter Jenkins is senior counsel for Public Employees Environmental Responsibility the overall pattern is to weaken the environmental bureaus and allow state interests in private extractive industry interest particularly in the case of Bureau land-management to be able to call the shots. This lawsuit is the latest to shine light on the trump administration's unprecedented use of acting agency. Heads but the group's suing have long been suspicious of William Perry pen-li in particular leading the B. M. His temporary appointment has been extended now five times since taking over the agency last summer. Penalty once advocated for transferring ownership of the very public lands. He now manages over two states and private interests but in a recent interview. Pen-li told me that is not part of president trump's agenda regardless of what I've said in the past the one thing is clear is I'm a marine. I understand how to follow. Orders follow orders in this case in a statement the trump administration called the lawsuit that seeks to oust penalty and David Vella the park service. Baseless and a distraction as the park service in particular is trying to safely reopen national parks during the corona virus. Pandemic Kirk Siegler. Npr News Boise.

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"siegler" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Hello Siegler claim did it is their plan or system in place financial the representative side of the side effects of the least of it get people dying all over the place and date generally and the side effects are really with the Z. pack having to do with a heart dizzy pack that's the antibiotic not with the hydroxy clerk when so a woman last night I watched here on one of the show's good show Laura and she was she thought she was dead the representative from Michigan she was just in horrible shape for twelve days fourteen days she thought she was dead I think she said that her doctor said she's you know it's gonna be very tough she saw me talking about this and she asked her husband to go to the drugs to now this is a democratic representative a person that you know perhaps wouldn't be voting for me I think you'll be voting for me now even if he's a Democrat even if he's a Democrat representative and they went to the store which I made available because we have millions of dollars since we have I think twenty nine million doses of this drug and he is the husband she said please go out I'm not going to make a plea after your story please go out get it he wanted ten o'clock in the evening to the drug store he got it he gave it to her now do you know I don't say it works like this at all four hours later she awoke and she said I feel better and then shortly thereafter she felt great there's a woman that thought she was going to die it's I mean she's a Democrat representative highly respected woman African American woman ever love you saw as you asked a question about African American she was an African American woman a great woman over her her her manner of speaking I'm the way she told the story was beautiful I asked my husband to go and get it he got it she is now okay I mean she was interviewed last night on television and she thanked me she thank me even in a sweet she said I want to thank president trump you save my life look I don't see that happens with everybody but that's a beautiful story there are many of those stories and I say try it okay please the trouble if you die you die I mean it's not going to die from this bill now that could be subside effects but the side effects is really more so from the.

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Bureau of Land Management Defends Move to Oil-And-Gas Town in Colorado

Environment: NPR

04:25 min | 4 months ago

Bureau of Land Management Defends Move to Oil-And-Gas Town in Colorado

"The idea had been floated for years but President. Trump is actually doing it is administration is moving the headquarters of the Bureau of land management the Federal Agency that oversees drilling mining and recreation on about a tenth of all land in the US. The agency's main foot main office is now in a traditional oil and gas town in Colorado. Npr's Kirk siegler reports the new headquarters a long way from Washington DC. Like nine thousand nine hundred miles to the small western Colorado City of Grand Junction here. It's impossible to ignore. You are surrounded by federal public. Land the towering Mesas Red Rock Canyons and the Colorado National Monument Lobby the Acting Director William Perry penalty caught flack after announcing the move because of the other tenants in this office building their Chevron upstairs and on the main floor right next to the BLM's new glass entryway Colorado's lead oil and gas lobbying firm. You can't help but notice when you walk in. This office is right next to the Colorado oil and gas the Kogo Office and I'm just thankful it's not a marijuana dispensary. There's no dearth of pot shops around here but the agency says it's also hard to find an office space where the industry doesn't have a presence. Grand Junction is surrounded by public lands. That produce a lot of oil and natural gas. You know frankly. Let's be real. The oil patch can always afford to fly to Washington and sit down with somebody in Washington. The people can't do it farmers and ranchers and people from small community and county commissioners in a crisp wight Western shirt and Black Bolo tie the six-foot-five pen-li says the General Services Administration found this space. I think the more important story is that were out here. Were in the local community and locals can come and see us and we're just a you know a short drive away from a lot of people who would never think of flying to Washington. Dc to sit down with the director for penalty. This move is about decentralizing the US government the seventy four year old attorney spent most of his career at the Conservative Mountain states legal foundation re challenged the BLM in cases representing miners ranchers and recently Utah counties who fought bears. Ears National Monument. Some Westerners have long complained that the agencies leaders in Washington are disconnected with rural resource dependent communities here in Grand Junction Mesa County. Commissioner Rose Puglisi pushed hard for the relocation we have great relationships with our local field offices but ultimately we've learned that the decisions are made in Washington DC where they don't really even know where Mesa County is or the impacts of their decisions on our economy. Puglisi is a Republican but there has been some bipartisan support in Colorado Anyway for the relocation in part because the government is moving higher paying leadership. Jobs out here but mostly. Democrats and many conservationists are fighting this. They lost a bid to strip funding for the move but they did convince the Government Accountability Office to launch an inquiry. A lot of people come here like walk. Dogs defined right in activist and environmental filmmaker. Cody Perry is in. Bangs Canyon is a popular recreation site just to the edge of the Grand Junction sprawl. Is this public lands. That belongs to not just the people here in this county but all Americans he points out that the vast majority of BLM staff is already living and working full time in the rural west any worries that removing leaders from the halls of power and DC will turn the agency into a backwater. But he thinks that's by design. I think it's an absolute effort to undermine and dismantle an agency where essentially removing institutionalized knowledge that is being basically dismantled by industry actors. That's crazy talk. There's no other way to say back at the. Blm's still mostly empty offices near the city's Small Airport Acting Director William Perry pen-li says if anything the BIELEMA staffing up to carry out the administration's public land's agenda. Why in the world would we fire? People are dismantling agency this critical to accomplish your goals like energy independence like increasing recreational access like decreasing the likelihood of wildfires all across the West but for the third straight year. President trump has proposed. Cutting the agency's budget penalty hopes to have up to forty staff here by the end of March around the time that is temporary appointment. Expires Kirk Siegler. Npr News Grand

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High Avalanche Danger Out West Affects Transportation And Ski Areas

Environment: NPR

03:49 min | 5 months ago

High Avalanche Danger Out West Affects Transportation And Ski Areas

"To another story now. It's been a chaotic couple of weeks in the rocky mountains where large avalanches have closed highways ski resorts a single storm near Salt Lake City. It triggered a record forty eight slides as NPR's Kirk siegler reports. The increased avalanche risk comes at a time when more and more people are hitting the slopes in the high country. God probably Craggy Teton Mountains of North West Wyoming steep and deep Jackson hole is as a magnet for extreme skiers right. They're buddies goading them on on Matt Beauregard. And Rick lawler drop a fifteen foot cliff in this glade. Area called the tower three shits as just a melody honestly. You were just rep around rounded bounce. Skiing inbounds inside. The patrolled boundaries of the ski resort generally thought to be safer when it comes to avalanches. That's because all season skiers. I've been packing this snow down and stabilising it. But Matt Beauregard knows that's no guarantee we've actually triggered small slides on this exact face. They may duck a rope and ski ski out of bounds into the back country. But even here at the resort. They're wearing avalanche transceivers and safety gear. Just in case education's probably the most important thing. Rick here's wearing an air bag for added protection so in the case that he is stuck inside an avalanche you'll be able to pull this cord and hopefully float to the surface inbounds or in the back country. Avalanche danger is high across the mountain west. An unusually snowy early season followed by drought than dry powder. Storms then a punch of heavy wet snow last weekend in Utah. Today's storm dumped six and a half feet in Little Cottonwood Canyon home to the snowbird and Alta resorts awards and it ended up closing little cottonwood for fifty four hours and forty eight. Avalanches were reported one of those hit. The Road Mickey Champion is a forecaster here at the Utah Avalanche Center. She recorded wind speeds up to a hundred miles an hour on Ridge tops that further destabilize the already volatile snowpack in the Wasatch satch mountains. And then you put a big wrong heavy load or a wind load on top of that it just kind of upside down. It's like a pyramid when you take out the Baser Django when you remove one of the pieces says there were no fatalities reported in Utah. But last month skiers were buried and killed in avalanches within patrolled terrain at resorts in California and Idaho. Oh all of this is putting the round. The clock work. People tasked with keeping these mountains safe under the microscope Jackson Hole. Ski Patrol Director Drew Neilan stepping into his bindings above. You can't see it in the fog now. But there's a big cirque above us here and that's Casper Bowl. All and all that terrain is avalanche terrain every morning at dawn before the tram and the Gondolas Starts Spinning Army of Nielsen's patrol or detonating explosives lives to intentionally trigger slides. Now so skiers don't later and some of these can even be detonated remotely thanks to new robot like trolleys that reach even more dangerous surest remote places. Obviously we worry about avalanches coming down into the heavily congested areas. So that's one of our biggest concerns to get that work done early. Another big concern is simply that more. People are venturing out further into areas. They normally wouldn't have thanks to improved equipment. I think people assume that we're able that. We have the ability to completely eliminate the risk of avalanches within the scary. And that's just not the case but avalanche forecasters say along with the increased risk. It comes a new cachet becoming cool to say. You've taken avalanche courses and Dir as prepared as you can be Kirk Siegler N._p._R.. News Jackson Wyoming.

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Why Pamela Anderson's 'marriage' only lasted 12 days

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01:13 min | 5 months ago

Why Pamela Anderson's 'marriage' only lasted 12 days

"He's seventy four and he and cheese fifty two but John. Peters there's a dispute between these two mover who broke up with whom at the battle lines are being drawn Maggie. They're not only arguing about who broke up. With whom but who proposed a whom each one is saying that it was the other person's idea get married after this less than two week debacle and now John Peters is exclusively told page sixes Mara Mara. Siegler that that while they were married for twelve days he paid all of Pam Anderson debts to the tune of two hundred thousand dollars he said in an email to Mara. I didn't say anything I just wanted to be that we were going our own separate ways but when I read your article I felt the need to tell the true the story. He also said if she men controlling. I've paid her bills since she was broke. I bought her a completely new wardrobe. Ouch ooh Pamela. Anderson's team by the way said. Despite Mr Peters efforts to elicit a response from his anderson she had has no comment to provide and wishes him. Well she also the Harrap said these claims are not only entirely fabricated. They are

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Feds May Open Utah National Monuments For Mining And Drilling

Environment: NPR

01:55 min | 5 months ago

Feds May Open Utah National Monuments For Mining And Drilling

"In southern Utah. The trump administration's finalized. Its plan to remove protections from bears ears and other land designated as national monuments. The announcement comes despite an ongoing legal legal challenge by native American Tribes Tribes Argue. The White House acted illegally by dramatically shrinking stabbed boundaries. NPR's Kirk Siegler. has this update. It's been more than two years. Since president trump flew to salt lake city and signed an order that became the largest reversal of national monument protections in US history located in price Utah Canyon country the Clinton Era Grand Staircase Escalante. National Monument was cut nearly in half and bears years designated by President. Obama among went from one point three million acres to about two hundred thousand. The monuments were opposed by. Utah's influential rural Republican. County commissioners who worried read the added protections would stifle ranching and mining these new management plans restore balance. Says Casey Hammond. He's an acting assistant secretary at the department amount of interior. With these decisions. We are advancing our goal to restore trust and be a good neighbor. Many native American tribes who pushed for protections at bears ears in particular. You're seeing differently. We find that this is an ongoing failure to meaningfully consult with tribes owner. Keeler with the group Utah the neighbor Kia says protections are now going away for land full of sacred artifacts Barrio sites and other cultural resources seems to be an indicator. The treatment of indigenous peoples in the United States the president's authority to Shrink National Monuments. The act remains in dispute. The Nineteen O. Six Law says has presidents can designate monuments but legal experts have widely held that only congress has the power to abolish or downsize them tribes and conservationists say these management plans should be on hold until the courts. Way in Kirk Siegler N._p._R.

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Scientists Studying Extreme Winds And Wildfires

Environment: NPR

03:02 min | 8 months ago

Scientists Studying Extreme Winds And Wildfires

"In southern California a rare extreme red flag warning is in effect high winds make wildfires more dangerous. NPR's Kirk siegler reports that scientists are linking wind conditions to climate change this story about wildfires extreme win starts with snow supposed to get about a foot today climate scientists Daniels key mountains so what does that have to do with dangerous California wildfires it turns out everything and it's that extremely cold air mass to the east of California it's driving the extreme wins and the extreme fire weather conditions in that state right now swain says the prolonged warming in the Arctic is his dry season is ending but climate change is causing the traditional winter rainy season here to shorten dramatically and Swain says California is a lot hotter vegetation extreme winds like these make wildfires much harder to control let alone even fight especially as embers or igniting new fires more than a mile or more ahead of the initial wall of flames that's why tens of thousands of people have faced evacuation orders across California the wind Ribbon Getty fire ignited in densely populated west Los Angeles early Monday. La Fire Chief Roth Terrazas warned the winds could reverse all the progress aide building containment lines this is a record setting event and a big worries that choppers will be grounded due to it being too dangerous to fly that is a new fire starts forecasting has gotten a lot better fire managers are better prepared to deploy engines to the most at risk neighborhoods ahead of the winds understands why the authorities are being so cautious due to the winds especially for me it's hard to get out and I don't want to impose on anybody I'd rather be safe than sorry extreme

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"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Funny how we just sort of put things in a different order shoestring catch. It doesn't feel like an appropriate phrase. There is no right or wrong. There's i'm angry and i must correct you every period that every chance we get. That's how it works. It's angry angry people correcting who oftentimes abused correcting people around them. That's how this works. I've done on on love line. I've been online for ten years. That's all i know angry. People who probably abuse correcting the next group of people. That's why it never ends. There is no right. There's no wrong. There's just corrections and after six years of of something you need to correct again prop and post op which sounds pretty good. This is a pre-operation person or a post op is now transitioned -sition but you haven't transitioned if you're preoccupied. Have you transitioning. You're replacing bowl terms. Pre operative or postoperative are terms to avoid god wow yeah by they will have a new set of terms devoid every ten minutes because they're angry not because there's something wrong with the term it's it's endless endless gonna win. Any popularity contests talking about things that are fucking truthful but that's how it is as nothing to do with the language and everything to do with the correction action of you from the people that are super angry. Happy people don't give a shit about most anything you find me laid back guy who goes spy stephen and someone calls him steve. He doesn't care fucking assholes do the correcting. Is that right jeffrey. Yeah we have a listen straight. White people solve these problems. I know everything speak for research at all from love line <hes> ryan holiday. We have the <hes> taken eclipse twenty five seconds long. It's true you. You don't have to be offended and it is. It's definitely form of narcissism well. So what are the stoic see as he says. If you're offended you have to realize you're complicit in the offense so you have chosen to say that's bad that's i. I don't think one you assaulted out but to you decided to let this ruin your day even though it actually doesn't really have any tangible impact on you in any way so that's the narcissism. You're choosing to feel a victim. Even though in this one case your pro your objective all right so you're choosing your your decision down half it don't have to do it. Life's pretty short and by the way most of these people are atheists. Come on man syria to make some hay while the sun is shining a second turn all all right. We'll take a quick break chet waterhouse yeah. I think we'll do <hes> waterhouse. Combat the rebel that was inside. You didn't go away rebels never do that. Spirit still lives alongside alongside a more sophisticated you and a straight up old fashioned you. They're all in there. They're all you and bb&t. We're looking out for every one of you b._b._n. Take all we see. Is you member f._d._i._c..

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"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Bikes. There's there's trash cans like toys probably from he's like eighty while the house like this when you visit tour was pregnant yes. We couldn't think i literally couldn't thinking to my husband's. Like what the fuck were we doing but no. We're like what about like h._o._a. People they and we have filed complaints. We haven't yet but people have and they just know nothing happens. You've got to carry guys. Not live levees the problem. The problem is we can't figure out balance as human beings. Someone always go look. You want to get that that old man who's clinically insane bringing down house price when you do that next thing you know that guys telling you where you can and can't park your ford explorer and it's like we don't have to do it that way. We could just take care of the crazy. People have a fucking fire hazard an attendance problem on their front lawn and then tell the other people to fuck right off off when they tell us where to park we can do both ways human beings. We could be saying how about that yeah. No no no. No you think it's a good idea to tell crazy old man tucker occur to clean off the bike rack on his long but here's what's going to happen tomorrow in half do we don't have to do that now. That's allowed or wired arden some fucked up way i don't. I don't get it like that whole thing if i let you in the restaurant sweat jack and then i have to let everyone know you know you. You don't know you wouldn't either way side to do what you want. Yeah we could all be fucking rational human beings and decide that this guy i his cross the line in one direction and this other person's crossed the line and the other the only people that are literal rational people. I think are five year olds because my son and always ask these questions where my husband and i are like you're right like he asked us the other day of we were going to have another kid and we're like we don't think so. We think we're good and he's like so. Why are you together <music> fair. He may have been listening to your husband. That up itself ervin's just been another kid was outside horder. Did you have fantasies like i do burning down his house flaming arrow right right to fucking garage piccolo pete. Our house will burn down if him right. I thought that when i had a fantasy about a crazy old neighbor <hes> turned out didn't didn't house and catch on fire actually happened. It actually happened. Oh shit he was he wished that this house burned down in it and he's like bourbon breath and then i was fucked. One more quake has house will fall down. Oh and we live in a very nice area this. This is just very bizarre that like one thousand of my feeling is always like all right eight year old crazy man i had the same thing next one yeah adult child that moved to florida some years back to see ever. Come back and go hip hop. You know what i would hate about ought to live next to your ass stock..

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"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Have overlords or are we imposing these rules on ourselves and i found a blatant example of something so horrific that we do to each other and ourselves. You're gonna hate it. The <hes> we're sort of talking about all the crazy the rules we have in like if anyone has ever done that thing where they're at a place sometimes it's work and sometimes it's where you live in apartments minutes crowded and then it says no parking on wednesday street cleaner ten a._m. To noon and then you see that the street sweeper for goes by and the tracks are still wet and it's like eleven forty and you go good and you pull your car and then the meter maid like comes by and they're like i'm going to write you a ticket you better move and you're like four the street sweeper like it just went by the tracks are wet and they're like a no parking between ten and you go for the street sweeper sleeper. I gotta go back to work and i go okay. You're getting a ticket and it's like what are we doing. What are we trying to do. Wise it okay that we're even having this conversation. Why are you just moving living on the street sweeper. There's a window it is it is in the window but the street sweep has passed and you can see the wet tracks that we're standing on may. Hey we get on with our goddamn live. No we may not now. We may not if you're one of those persons with that wiring police kill yourself. You make everyone miserable around. You and i'm sure family member park like three minutes before yeah supposed to. How does that work out for you. You get fifty yeah rebel well because i i would definitely say at a chula vista. If i was all of you because y califor- neighborhood is going way overboard with the h._o._a. Rules bhai informing neighborhood residents that if they have a two car garage two cars would need to take up both the spots in the garage before they're allowed to park in their own driveways as long as the problem for many residents is that many of them use the garage for storage and many people in this little enclave have trucks and cars that can't fit in the garage anyway <hes> according the residency is not explained the reason behind this rule or what the repercussions might be up but they've apparently also inform people there will be garage inspections to make sure both of your cars are in the garage before anyone dares parked in their driveway. Have you guys had horrible. My dad lives in a neighborhood in new york. Where are your past midnight. You're not allowed to park on the street which is like bizarre to me like you own. Your homes like this doesn't make sense so my dad's started playing this prank gun his neighbor whose daughter would like come home late from like in highschool like hanging out and he put like a notice <hes> and said that <hes> they searched her car are and that if they do it again they're going to sell her body was crazy as i live next to a hoarder and i don't know why i we even moved where we did. It's a beautiful house but like our neighbor is legit hoarder in order show. Let's evident on literally featured on on the show no but it should be on the show worse than the yeah. There's like you know mattresses outside. I was so pregnant when we signed ah like when we got the house and growing through. I don't know what was wrong with us but <hes> there's car. There's broken down cars in the drive. There's mattresses. There's forty. I five bikes. There's there's trash cans like toys probably from he's like eighty while the house like this when you visit tour was pregnant yes. We couldn't think.

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"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"As i'm trying to save money and you don't have to look at anything as demeaning i choose not to even people are intentionally trying to demean me. That's a good way to be who is the person you just had on. Take an ear. It's about to come out who said about being offended. You're you're you're. What did he say. If you're by something then you are complicit in that offense yes really really and yeah right. It's very true. I it sounds. There's it's also tango. Someone trying to price gouge you or profit gouge you. I should say and someone who's trying to do a business deal and save some money. I i thought you were gonna say something very antisocial. Yeah hey pipe and jud out yeah. No there's there's that they're just piling profits vitton and they're taking something out of your paycheck or they're you know that's a different story. They're trying to take away any sort of medical coverage something like that but when someone brings up first class class as example lead. That's even a lowly channel all all right. Let me hit one glue and then we'll play uh spot from bill. Maher also have a very funny julie chen clip. I don't know if you guys are everyday. Everyday sarah is right in the bit she she so so moc meta mocking virtually everything about a sketch sketch comedy comedy up the joke within the joe. I mean it's so clear clear r._e._i. It's it's a scary time to talk. I can i can tell you i just have a group. I have a ledger. I have things we need to fix and things we need to take care of and things we need to work on on and then i have another side of the ledger and sarah silverman so far on the other side of that ledger she's nowhere. She can't even see the line. You know what i mean so done not not interested in fixing her makes people laugh pays taxes smokes weed end of day.

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"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"The other sibling was attached alana's transition. They both have <hes>. I think that'd be very interesting when the head guy from the from the the head attorney. I guess you'd call her business affairs from. I don't know who's making this movie. Original sits down and goes sorry. We're crunching numbers here so we got what seventy seven percent of ten million dollars yeah okay. I'll never knew her on your daily kept. Your dick would pay a ten million protesting. Four manhood tests my day. I was saying to somebody earlier when they're explaining this to me the part hard about this movie that always bumps me is all the gun play but now we're voiding the bullets in slow motion i didn't i don't it's part that bumps. It's me and rather than have a laser beams in the sequels which weren't as good. They abandoned the matrix movies. We've never seen abandoned endan gunplay because because they're so advanced in the system they can stop bullets dodger rival for sort which of course are a little more combat command and combat. Yeah not not that my genera well. There's gonna start working on early next year. No plot details known yet but i'm sure brian's very excited. I'm cautiously. I wish they were doing like a speed three really it was called the cruise control. Oh wow okay yeah. It's quite alright the full lineup of celebrities for the twenty eighth season of dancing with the stars officialese all on brian movie. The man who knows movies bigger bigger chasm. I speed versus going on a boat. Did you're not gonna find him. Rush it. You better have a good second example under under siege with their under siege two on a train. Why was it goes on. A tray was there under siege to this is absurd. I challenge alan you dark. Territory was trying to train old age..

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"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"siegler" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Can leave us a message at eight eight eight six three four one seven four four jamie lynn sigler jenner peres quoth here. Mom said the name of the podcasts on apple podcasts and podcast one. When are you guys old enough for female canine hydration disorder that kicked in because it's like it's sort of like reading glasses. It doesn't kick in until a little little more advanced age because they're little younger before you start obsessing about dogs and water. If i'm going to need more explanation i don't even know that this if you go to somebody's house and you see dog roaming around and there's just a just a drop of water left in the bowl. Would that make you uneasy. No my dog doesn't get his water all day because my baby plays in it so he gets it in the morning and then later in the night so number one survivor. I've well it'll kick in. It'll it'll it'll kick it. It seems to put it to you this way. It's it's kind of a middle-aged things you guys. You're in your thirties. It's not quite there yet pill. You're living for yourself a little bit not through the life of the dog. I've had two people to women and my neighbor pullover while i was walking my dog and get out of the car with bottles of water for the dog. I left my dog in front of a sprout supermarket for five minutes where i came back. There's a bowl under it. You're welcome zaino l._a. Though if you walk down like a ventura boulevard or foothill boulevard the businesses that have the bowls out the nail salon or whatever that's a woman who's suffering with female tale canine hydration disorder. There's warning signs of onset gino years ago asked me like hawthorne. You your water every two or three days. I was horrified service horrifying yeah. That's not okay. I never knew what structures like when my wife leaves town. There's no discussion about locking doors or heating air or alarms. It's always fill my lab fills. You gotta check that ball. You check that ball you check. They didn't say anything thing about school or homework or anything. That was my only worry. I'd i'd be happier person right in your life. We should all aspire to have female. Ah yes canine hydration to that day brennan <hes> being a mom. How old are the kids will start jamie landon. I have almost six year old next week and a year and a half year old to do you guys in jena star. You know problem. I my little boy is almost i four and my little girl is a year and a half. Did your parents. I don't think my parents had one discussion about their kids. What do you mean never i. I'll tell you very quick store and i'll drop a name vince vaughn used to be my neighbor. We went out to eat with my wife. His wife and we just walked to like the local neighborhood restaurant when we're done the eating we were walking back to our house about five blocks away and we're talking about well. You know i got a girl and she's in soccer. I have someone come by the house. I heard you guys practicing weakened. Yeah got a coach comes by for an hour and then you gotta gotta get the right school and we have a tutor and then right school and when we got to the house i said this conversation we just had about our kids is officially more than mine. My parents and my entire childhood ever had a discussion about what they should do with their kids like it. Just wasn't really discussed like i think i think the the times are different because i i mean i grew up in time where i was just put in the school that was in the neighborhood like there was no questions about things but now i think with in age of like like social media and all the options i think people feel pressure that they should be doing something more that they should be you know having their kids and all these extra curricular things and so. I think it's competition. Where do you guys see. I'm much more down with the lead them fall on their face a little bruise scab gavin. Let them figure it out somewhere in in our way like i. I'm worried about providing constant entertainment for the kids. I wanted to find endowed away too. If you must entertain yourself you must have an imagination you must be able to do things totally and i have two boys so they are really active and i don't wanna do every all of that that stuff all the time.

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U.S. Forest Service aims to speed up logging, infrastructure projects

Fresh Air

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Forest Service aims to speed up logging, infrastructure projects

"The US forest service is proposing a sweeping overhaul of a landmark environmental law in order to fast-track forest management projects, including logging and wildfire mitigation on public lands embarrass Kirk siegler as more on the proposed changes to the national environmental Policy Act. These rule changes would give forest managers more discretion to bypass full blown environmental reviews on certain forest management projects, if they demonstrate there won't be severe impacts to the land US forest service chief. Vicki christianson says it's taking some critical projects years to be approved due to lengthy and applicable reviews, where proposing more efficiency, not short, cutting any of our responsibilities for good environmental assessment and stewardship on the land. Not short, cutting and fact enhancing where we can public involvement, the rule changes are subject to a sixty day

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Google Podcasts creator program bootcamp starts; and monetisation tips

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

Google Podcasts creator program bootcamp starts; and monetisation tips

"Creator program has kicked off the participants or working together for the next twenty weeks. I'm eight twenty three thousand dollars from my podcast in two thousand eighteen says a podcast producer. He gives us plenty of tips. Learnt along the way, you'll find that linked from the show notes and from our newsletter the exclusive trial for fortunately within the BBC. Sounds app appears to have ended our podcast pages have had a tweak. We now list pod, chaser, creators and show. Spot lines for the podcast chart information that we list from chart oval. So, you know, whether a podcast is growing or falling and addition of sharable podcast. That's just come out features Edison research is Tom Webster. He's known by many as the host of infinite. Dial and a great public speaker is interviewed in a show entitled inside the world of data driven marketing, and you can sign up for the infinite dial twenty nineteen webcast reveal for free. It's on much the sixth. Dan, Le Fevre writes, an article asking is discover ability an issue in podcasting. And he answers it by saying, yes, he s it is Spotify bought Gimblett an anchor last week. Steven Goldstein says this is the first full vertical integration in podcasting and M G Ziegler who is general partner at the company, formerly known as Google ventures is apparently known as GV these days. Anyway, he writes about the anchor deal as well GV invested in anchor and siegler also personally invested in Gimblett come over here with your money, and gee, siegler and a programming note last week, quite mentally exhausting. What we've the Gimblett Anki fine news and a set of big news stories breaking in another business world that I inhabit and some travel. My Email inbox is a swamp of unread urgent Email as a result. I'll tackle it tomorrow. And that's the latest from our

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"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"WNYC is supported by marvel studios presenting Black Panther, including all the stars performed by Kendrick Lamar featuring Sousa written by Kendrick Duckworth. Anthony Davis Marc spears Salata row. And Al Berg, Hulu, presenting the documentary, minding the gap. Filmmaker Bing, Liu has created a film about generational forgiveness. While exploring the precarious gap between childhood and adulthood in select theaters and streaming on Hulu leadership support for the Jerome L. Greene performance space is provided by the Jerome L. Greene foundation. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. And I'm Audie Cornish. President Trump is threatening to cut off FEMA money to California communities that were devastated by the recent deadly wildfires. Trump tweeted that he's ordered FEMA to send no more money, unless California changes the way, it's forests are managed like most western states. The bulk of California's forests are actually federally owned and managed so it's not clear whether the government will follow through on the president's threat NPR's Kirk siegler is in Chico, California. That's where FEMA is helping people recover from the campfire those the most deadly and destructive in California history and Kirk I understand you're sending outside one of the agency's main disaster recovery aid centers. What are you seeing there? Well, there's a very big FEMA presence here. Audie, and it's a very busy recovery center. Even two months now after the campfire ignited, I'm told that on some days upwards of seven hundred people are still coming in. In and out of here. Fema has spent fifty four million dollars so far just since November. Here, you know, and this is going to critical programs like temporary housing assistance aid with rentals hotel vouchers FEMA is looking more to the long term to get a about two thousand trailers or mobile home units placed in some of them some fire victims have already been putting them in a town about forty minutes away from here. So this is very much still a very active recovery situation and FEMA has a large presence on the ground. So what are people in California saying about the president's threat? Well, people right here in Chico a lot of people don't have time to respond or speculate about what the president is claiming. He may do these are families in crisis living day to day. I just watched a group of folks get in out of the car their kids were still with them. It's clear that they don't have. They can't go to school right now. They don't have any housing more efficient. The new governor of California Gavin Newsom has strongly condemned. The president's tweets saying, he's playing games with people's lives, and that paradise shouldn't be victims of partisan bickering. If this were to happen. Simply put the consequences would be dire. These are people with you know, hardly any options are hundreds of people still sleeping in RV's out at the fairgrounds, assuming they were lucky enough to have an RV or one that didn't burn. And you know, I think there would also be a pretty big political fallout. If this were to happen. It's worth noting the two of the hardest hit counties and from California's wildfires of voted solidly four Trump in two thousand sixteen including the county that I'm talking to you from you mentioned partisan bickering. We should note that this whole conversation is separate from the partial government shutdown. Right. What do we know about how that's impacting things so far? Well, so far FEMA is telling me that there's no effect on the money in its programs here on the ground because the agency is considered an essential operation. But you know, there are some lesser profile things that are starting to worry local officials, especially if this drags on. I was at a paradise town council meeting last night. And in fact, we heard there that the town had been planning to apply for disaster recovery grants that they are really going to rely on in terms of planning and other things, but they can't right now because the department of commerce is mostly closed. I think you might continue to see the state of California step in win it can. But there is some concern here if this stalemate drags on. That's NPR's Kirk siegler reporting from Chico, California. Thank you. You're welcome buddy..

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Slate launches daily news podcast What Next

podnews

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Slate launches daily news podcast What Next

"What next is now going to be waiting for you in the morning five and each day. That's what next slates daily news podcasts which launched today at a new time of five AM. It had a short pilot period at the end of last year and undertook surveys of their audience to tweet the show is hosted by Mary Harris, formerly of WNYC Google podcasts. Now, supports formatting and links in podcast show notes. If you're listening to this on Google podcasts, look who we've also spotted the Google podcast is now fully supported in Android auto in the works. Finally are automatic podcast downloads and away of seeing which version of the player you're running in a letter to investors apple had to revise their earnings guidance. Downward MG siegler points out the theme in the letter China. Yes. But also fewer people are updating their iphones, perhaps the too expensive and Apple's future income lies in services rather than hardware. We would notice that the total. Correct podcasting income for apple since launch in two thousand and five has been exactly zero dollars. See is on in Las Vegas in Nevada in the US, expect plenty of noise from Google about Google assistant. Meanwhile, Amazon has not so quietly revealed that they've sold one hundred million Alexa devices Google assistant, however is installed in many more pocket. Costs have said that they plan to allow users of where smart watches, formerly known as Android wear to save podcasts on their watch and therefore enable jogging with podcasts and no phone entail. A podcast with visuals is featuring a new makeup podcast life and lipstick includes product images and links to purchase if you're wondering what the music is in this bit of podcast. Well, the benevolent badger loves you and would like to offer you music, your podcast free of charge says the website, he might even compose especially for you so praised be the badger easily our favorite on. Everest nocturnal mammal of the weasel family, you'll find more of that at benevolent badger dot com.

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Saudis admit to death of Khashoggi

Weekend Edition Saturday

05:51 min | 1 year ago

Saudis admit to death of Khashoggi

"Officials are warning that foreign adversaries have already targeted next month's midterm elections. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports a Russian accountant is the first to face federal charges. Federal prosecutors say Elena Kucinich conspired to defraud the United States. Authorities say she managed a budget of more than thirty five million dollars aimed at targeting elections here and in other countries the methods from Russians balk domain names and Facebook ads to sow division on issues such as race relations and immigration their messages targeted people, including former President Barack Obama and late Arizona Senator John McCain may also mentioned special counsel, Robert Muller the man leading the investigation. Into Russian interference in two thousand sixteen. Intelligence officials say the Russians are still on the attack. But they say there's no evidence foreign adversaries have been able to prevent Americans from voting or to change vote counts. Carrie Johnson NPR news, Washington. The Trump administration's trying to fast track and environmental review of projects that deliver. Federally subsidized water to farmers out. West NPR's, Kirk siegler reports a new presidential. Memorandum is designed to loosen environmental restrictions in west coast states, Republicans going back to the George W Bush administration have tried to increase water deliveries to farmers and California's massive central valley project where water from snow fed reservoirs gets pumped south to arid farmland. But those deliveries are perennially cut back due to attempts to protect endangered fish and drought. The president's order would speed up a current review of this as well as two other projects in Oregon and Washington, if environmental restrictions are loosened there will likely be. Prolonged legal battle one of the biggest champions of this latest plan is deputy interior secretary. David Bernhardt used to lobby for the Fresno based Westlands water district one of the largest and most influential water agencies in the west Kirk siegler, NPR news. This is NPR firm cake news, I'm Tiffany Cam. High. President Trump wants to see more water go to central valley farmers so much. So that he signed a memorandum saying that yesterday science reporter Lauren summer is here to explain all of this to us and Lauren the federal government has put states in charge of their own water. Does this memo tried to chip away at those states rights, and if not what does it do? Yeah. I mean, the reality is California is in charge of most of the decisions around water within our state borders, and that's based on a lot that goes back more than a century. There is one area though. And this is where it's. Get particularly messy where the federal government controls things and that has to do with them endangered species protections for salmon and delta smelt these two fish that are kind of caught up in these California water wars. So the federal government is now rewriting those protections. The memorandum from Trump basically said to speed up that process, and if that actually weakens protections for these endangered species it sets up a really big fight potentially. And that's because the state has its own endangered species acts of estate will want to see tough protections for these species. Even if the federal government weakens them. So the president was surrounded by a lot of Republican congress members from the central valley when he signed this a few of them are in races. That are tighter than expected. Is it a coincidence that this is coming so close to the election? There's a lot of speculation that no it was not a coincidence. I mean, you have people like Representative Jeff Denham from turlock his race is a lot tighter than maybe he expected. And a lot of them. Got this great photo op with the president signing something and they can go back to their constituents. Mostly farmers saying look what we did for you. Even though really this. Memorandum will probably have very little immediate impact for those farmers in terms of getting water that was Lauren summer, and I'm

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The stock market’s nightmare may be far from over

NPR News Now

04:40 min | 1 year ago

The stock market’s nightmare may be far from over

"Has tapped interim chief, Vicki christianson to lead the agency. Vicki christianson is overseen state forests in Washington in Arizona and has spent the past seven years in Washington DC with the federal forest service. She's also been a wildland firefighter and has worked extensively in fire management. That's one of the biggest and most important roles of the modern day forest service. This is a highly scrutinized position. She'll oversee one hundred fifty, four national forests and twenty national grasslands. Christians and also takes over the agency at a time of turmoil. Her predecessor resigned earlier this year. Amid sexual harassment investigation. The agency is still grappling with numerous complaints and lawsuits, many in California over alleged sexual misconduct by supervisor's, Kirk siegler, NPR news. The US energy administration says it will cost more to heat homes this winter. That's because fuel prices are going up, not because it's colder homes that use heating oil will pay on average twenty percent more about seventy dollars about half of US household use natural gas, and those prices are expected to increase about five percent more this winter or about thirty dollars. It's NPR.

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"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Chris Freeman we are focusing on getting a good, deal for a win win win overcome for the long term we have our is resolutely on that prize and we are not focusing on or responding to any other factory on Monday the US. And Mexico reached a tentative deal on a revamp regional pack that excludes Canada America's second. Largest trading partner President Trump has set a Friday deadline for Canada to come up with a. New agreement federal prosecutors have charged a California man for making violent threats against employees at the Boston Globe Newspaper as NPR's Kirk siegler tells, us the incident stems from a. Coordinated editorial campaign by newspapers nationwide to denounce threats against journalists the thirties. Charged. Sixty eight year. Old Robert chain of Los, Angeles for making threats against the Boston Globe newsroom after the paper organized a national campaign to. Denounce President Trump's verbal attacks on reporters at political rallies and on Twitter prosecutors say chain, made more than a dozen threatening phone calls the newspaper over a twelve. Day period he allegedly referred, to the. Globe as the quote enemy of the people a term the, president, has used. To describe journalists further chain is alleged to have threatened to kill, newspaper employs and specifically on the day the actual editorial was published prosecutors say he called the globe and threatened to shoot employees in the head he could face up to five years in prison. And a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine Kirk siegler NPR news Los Angeles stocks. Finished lower on Wall Street ending a four day winning streak this is NPR and this is WNYC, in New York I'm Sean Carlson city council members drug policy advocates rallied out front of city. Hall against mayor de Blasio and the NYPD's new marijuana enforcement strategy the. Policy will mean a ticket for marijuana smoking not. An arrest that's unless the smokers on probation or parole has. An existing warrant a documented, history of violence or has no, benefit Chris Alexander is with the drug policy alliance he says the Blasios. New policy just expands racially discriminatory policing practices by this carve outs that focus on specific populations he's. Essentially just, sharpening the, tool that they've already had to focus their, enforcement the NYPD's new marijuana enforcement. Strategy goes into effect this Saturday The city released a. New plan for its Brooklyn and queens waterfront streetcar project WNYC Stephen s. reports the new plan. Shrinks the route and increases the cost the two point seven billion dollar Brooklyn queens. Connector or BQ x. would run streetcars for. Eleven miles between red hook and a story ah the plan now cut out sunset park entirely, which the, report says. Saves money plus they've got the archery in any way mayor Bill de. Blasio says still almost half a, million people. Live near the root is the shape of things to come we need more mass transit and the. Center of gravity is cities moving to Brooklyn queens, the plan relies on yet to be allocated federal funding is only five percent designed and isn't expected to be completed for over a. Decade a north jersey towns controversial decision to. Bar nonresidents, from using its streets during rush hour has been struck down earlier this year leonia issued an ordinance to. Stop out of town commuters from using its streets to bypass rush hour traffic, GW bridge but today a judge ruled that the. Restrictions were Valid because it applied the. Streets leading to a state road and the town hadn't gotten approval from the state transportation department in a statement Yup mayor Judas. Ziegler says the plan plans to appeal or the town plans to appeal the decision in the, meantime he, says he'll. Work on new ordinances that reflect the judge's ruling World renowned dance choreographer Paul Taylor has died he. Was eighty eight years old, WNYC's, dance critic marina harsh says she inspired generations of choreographers it. Was something about his imagination, that made young dancers feel like dance with the way that they could really express themselves is dance company has an annual three week season at Lincoln. Center. For, the rest of this evening here area we could see some rain otherwise increasing clouds tonight. With a low, of about seventy two degrees this.

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Man charged with making death threats against journalists over Trump editorials

WCBS Programming

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Man charged with making death threats against journalists over Trump editorials

"Federal prosecutors have charged a California man. For, making violent Threats against employees at the Boston Globe newspaper as NPR's. Kirk siegler, tells us, the incident stems from a coordinated editorial campaign, by newspapers nationwide to denounce threats against journalists authorities charged sixty eight year. Old. Robert chain of, Los Angeles for making threats against the Boston Globe newsroom after the paper organized a national campaign to denounce President Trump's verbal attacks. On reporters at political rallies and on Twitter prosecutors say chain made more than a dozen, threatening phone calls the newspaper over a twelve day period. He allegedly referred to the, globe as. The quote enemy of the people a term the president has used, to describe. Journalists further chain is. Alleged to have threatened to kill newspaper employs. And specifically on the day the actual editorial was published prosecutors say he called the globe and threaten to shoot employees in the head he could face up to five years in prison and. A two hundred and fifty thousand

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Mark David Chapman, Malcolm Turnbull and Rob Dawson discussed on Joe Pags

Joe Pags

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

Mark David Chapman, Malcolm Turnbull and Rob Dawson discussed on Joe Pags

"Called Facebook fugitive involved in a scheme to defraud Mark Zuckerberg is in. Custody in South America federal prosecutors say forty-five-year-old Paul siegler was arrested in Ecuador on Thursday

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"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens two top Trump administration public land's managers are touring the destruction from the car fire in northern California NPR's Kirk siegler reports that interior secretary Ryan Zinke and agriculture secretary Sonny, Perdue say that more active forest management will help prevent massive places like the ones burning in California agriculture secretary Sonny. Perdue, who oversees the US forest service says that better forest management, to mitigate against wildfire threats doesn't mean, clear cutting forests we're talking about prescribed burns and safe period of time in the, year where we can, reduce the fuel load, where these, fires just, don't take off and get so hot and so. Devastating creating their own weather systems, produce better management of forests will also improve water quality and help rural timber dependent economies now this has long been a, bipartisan argument among many western lawmakers but one hurdle. Has always been, infrastructure. Whether, there are enough mills still an opera To handle. All this timber even if it was easy, to log Kirk siegler NPR news the state of Nebraska, plans to proceed with its first execution. In twenty one years Tuesday despite legal challenges to companies that make the drugs to, be used in the lethal injection, say their, court battle to stop. The execution is not over grant girl lack of any t. news has that story it would also be, Nebraska's first ever lethal injection sixty year old Carrie dean Moore was convicted of murdering two cab drivers. In Omaha in nineteen seventy nine. The state plans to carry out his death sentence with an untried four drug combination a German pharmaceutical company went to court to try to stop the state from using its products for lethal, injection but those appeals were denied a second company filed its own complaint but the judge in that case will not. Make, an immediate ruling there is one more legal challenge from the, ACLU of Nebraska they're asking the state, supreme court to intervene arguing that after thirty Eight years on death row more is effectively serving a life sentence for. NPR news, I'm, grant girl lock Florida's stand your ground law is back in the spotlight this time over, racially charged shooting, in Clearwater forty. Eight year old Michael Drako who is, white is charged with killing motorists marquees mcglockton. Who was black attorney Kelly McCabe represents the mcglockton family they did. The right thing in this case and they chose the right charge they didn't succumb to. Any pressure either way to either overcharge or undercharged they looked at the case law. And the law that we have in Florida and this case is a manslaughter charge Drake is is being held, on one hundred thousand dollars. Bail it's unclear whether he has legal, representation Florida's standard ground law gained national attention in two thousand twelve. And it protests over police handling of the fatal shooting of. A black teenager by a neighborhood watch volunteer, this is NPR news Multiple interim police Commissioner Gary tuggle says the officer videotaped while punching a. Man has resigned taco. Calls the unnamed officers. Actions disturbing and unacceptable and says investigators are considering assault charges the weekend incident comes at three years. After Baltimore was in the national spotlight over the death of Freddie gray in police custody. Riots broke out after grace funeral. And six officers were charged in his death, one case ended in mistrial three. Ended in acquittals and the remaining charges were dropped President Trump and fire. Top aide Omarosa manigault Newman are in a war of words as NPR's timber. Keith reports Trump is responding to manacle. Newman's media tour to promote her tell all book about being. In the White House perhaps it was. Inevitable that a relationship that began on the set of a reality TV show has devolved into a feud playing out in TV interviews and tweets in her book and. In interviews manigault Newman And calls Trump racist. And says he has dementia, she's released audio she secretly recorded of herself in. Conversation with chief of staff John Kelly and also Trump in a series of tweets, the president describes manigault Newman as wacky nasty vicious not smart and a loser she was among. The, highest paid aids in the Trump White House and the president tweeted that. He kept her around because she only said great. Things about him until she got fired tamra Keith NPR news on Asian stock market shares are mixed up nearly two percent in Tokyo following a.

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"siegler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kevin, Wilson's. New book that's unfair share First. News Live from NPR news. In Washington I'm Jack. Speer President Donald Trump has signed a record defense spending Bill the seven hundred sixteen billion dollar measure named for Senator John McCain signed into law by the, president today speaking at, four drama New York state Trump without mentioning the AirAsia under Senator who's battling. Brain cancer so the measure will help replace aging tanks planes and ships is. Authors Asian we'll give America's warfighters. The firepower they need to win any conflict quickly. And decisively the Bill also authorizes billions of dollars for military. Construction projects the Bill provides no money for Trump's requested, space force but does authorize the. Military parade he wants in Washington, in November two of the Trump administration's top public land's managers are in northern California touring the destruction from the car fire and meeting with federal and, state firefighters and Kirk siegler reports, interior secretary, Ryan Zinke Agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue say. That more active. Forest management will help prevent firefighters firefighters like those in California agriculture secretary. Sonny Perdue who. Oversees. The US forest service says that better forest management to mitigate against wildfire threats doesn't mean clear cutting forests. We're talking about prescribed burns enough safe period of, time in the year, where we can reduce fuel load where these fires just don't take off and. Get so hot in.

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American cyclist couple victims in alleged ISIS attack in Tajikistan

Forum

04:57 min | 2 years ago

American cyclist couple victims in alleged ISIS attack in Tajikistan

"Live from. NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder crews are beginning to make some progress toward containing that deadly, car fire in and around Redding California NPR's Kirk siegler reports on the fire situation out west he says there's lots of reasons why it's worsening wildfires like the car fire happening as many parts of California and the west. Coast or reporting record heat waves, scientists, point to climate change is one. Of the main reasons why fuels in the forest and wildland or at historically dry levels and susceptible to major wildfire admissions during prolonged. Heat spells climate change and rising CO two emissions just one culprit though behind the worsening. Wildfire seasons because natural. Wildfires. Were historically suppressed in many places there's a huge amount of unnatural fuel build up at the same time, forests and wild, lands in states, like California are increasingly suburban is with more homes and property and, infrastructure being built in harm's way Kirk siegler NPR news Culver city State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert says a. US at least for now must. Take North Korean leader Kim Jong UN ete his word about the remains of American war dead we certainly hope that they are what chairman Cam in, the, North Korean government presented them today US officials are. Preparing ceremonies, begin the process of analyzing fifty five boxes North Korea says are the remains of American stating from the Korean war they were handed over last Friday. A repatriation ceremony planned Wednesday at Osan airbase in South Korea than the remains will be flown to, Hawaii where they will undergo forensic analysis a federal judge in Seattle blocking a Texas company from publishing plans for three d printable guns on blind Matt largely of member station k. UT in Austin reports this comes after eight. States and the district of Columbia, sued, the federal government the lawsuit is. Seeking to block the State Department from allowing the Austin based company defense distributed to publish blueprints for the guns the files have already, been public Several, days and have been. Downloaded, thousands of times anyone with, commercially available three d printer can make one of, the guns the State Department overseas arms export rules under the Obama administration. It blocked defense distributed from posting the plans but in April the Trump administration reached an agreement. With the company carving out, an exception in the rules governing arms exports, in granting the, restraining order the judge said these untraceable guns could end. Up in the wrong hands his. Order only temporarily blocks the posting until the merits of the lawsuit can be heard Br NPR news I met largely the first trial stemming, from special counsel Robert Muller's, investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election has gotten off to, a, quick start former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on. Trial for financial crimes and opening statements Tuesday prosecutors portrayed Manafort as a tax. Cheat who funneled tens of millions he made working for Ukrainian political party with ties to Russia through offshore accounts manafort's lawyers have. Manafort relied on others to keep Track of the money this is NPR ISIS has, claimed responsibility for an attack in Tajikstan that killed four cyclists. Including two Americans State Department is looking into, that claim as, NPR's Michele Keleman reports State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert, is expressing deep condolences to the families of the victims we cannot confirm who was. Responsible for that attack at this time the US government is providing its. Assistance to the government of Tajikistan as they spearhead this investigation and will provide more information, as, we get. A car rammed into the cyclists on a road south, of the capital do Shamba Sunday and local authorities say the driver and several others got out and stabbed the victims among those, killed were j Austin and Lauren Geoghegan who were on. A, year long round the world by trip Michelle Kellerman NPR news the. State Department officials in Mexico say they have confirmed that all passengers and crew. Survived Tuesday's plane crash in the state of Tarango However dozens of people were injured when the jet. Crashed while taking off during a severe storm and. 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"siegler" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The idea is to bring services directly to neighborhoods that you're seeing an alarming increase in people living on the streets npr's kirk siegler reports it also spreads around the responsibility there's long been criticism that low income housing and homeless shelters get clustered in poor neglected neighborhoods and this is by no means just in l a phenomenon but the city's new bridge home initiative could turn the paradigm on its head by decentralising and spreading out services around the city los angeles mayor eric garcetti says the humanitarian crisis is at the breaking point and it's touching everyone everywhere today there are people are gonna bathroom on the street people who are camping on the sidewalk people who are being assaulted overdosing that we know bring them indoors is the first step but already there's been loud opposition in some of the first neighborhoods picked to house these new temporary shelters love his choice residents of the koreatown neighborhood held this protest outside city hall in venice beach john dasche has been organizing his neighbors to find another shelter propose just two blocks from the ocean worries it will hurt property values having lived in venice now for ten years these people that are homeless are not just homeless they're drug addicts and they're also mentally unstable their dangerous so the early roll out of bridge home has been rocky in places not in my backyard or nimby 'isms a perennial barrier when it comes to building any low income housing says korean scully she's an expert who studies this at the washington dc based urban institute i do think that they're perched being taken his rather unique let's because the city can largely circumvent nimby opposition because the shelters are on city owned property and existing zoning laws will be waived at least facilities will have targeted services mental health counselors social workers housing and job placement but scalise sees a broader public relations strategy at play behind bridge home too i think that there's a human story here where the the city is also perhaps trying to affect attitudes and to help people see these individuals experiencing homelessness last as nuisance and more as a neighbor for sure there has been support for building these temporary shelters at public meetings to even in some of la's more tony neighborhoods mayor garcetti says nimby ism grabs the headlines but overall given how bad the situation is here he thinks the city is moving past it even in some neighborhoods where people are saying i don't want this particular location they're saying but i do want something in the neighborhood so if it's not if but when shelters will be built the question now is whether they will be used one morning this week at a large encampment next to the hollywood freeway i met harvey who refused to give me his last name because instead he feared for his safety out here is a waste of taxpayer money one of the new shelters this proposed a few blocks from here but harvey says he'd rather see the money spent on tiny houses in the secured area in one of the vacant lots nearby have on bring those little micro homes there you go we got shelter not a building and plus we got privacy and that's the thing that they're trying to do they're trying to take away your privacy harvey as a tent and lives in it it's where he stores all of his stuff and he says that's where he'll likely remain kirk siegler npr news los angeles time now for story cores military voices initiative recording the story is veterans and their loved ones today story of courage on an off the battlefield we'll hear from vietnam era vets who share another kind of sisterhood shimmer connell and christian we'd are transgender women at insert transition plus fifty eight i guess that was fifty how'd you family except you well my son disown me he told his mother that he wanted to deal with the freak so i'll get to talk to my grandson or my granddaughter my family's similar to yours your daughter disown you both my daughter yeah yeah growing up i always knew there was something different i didn't like to say the other boys did they wanted to play army and cowboys and indians i won't be the girl in a wagon was sewing and making right but you know i had to be who.

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"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Expected by the end of the year kirk siegler npr news okinawan washington oh what do you get a person who has sold seventy five million records for you awesome if you're rca records in one thousand nine hundred sixty one and the person is elvis presley you get him a watch and not just any ordinary watch but in omega watch decorated with forty four cut diamonds and under back there is an engraving that says l seventy five million records are victor december twenty fifth nineteen sixty that's alex got be reading the date elvis presley hit that seventy five million sales mark got is head of sales for phillips watches in geneva which is auctioning off elvis's watch tomorrow now how the watch got into their hands is quite a story got be says the king was fond of his watch but you know sentiment only goes so far one day elvis was in las vegas casino and some tap comes up to them and sits next to the table elvis makes his neighbors risks and complementary his watch the man in question also complement elvis on this watch which is wearing which is this omega by tiffany and co and elvis suggests that they trade watches which they did copy says presley got a hamilton watch in exchange now the heirs of the man who got the omega or the ones selling it off at auction the auction house estimates elvis presley's watch could fetch fifty to one hundred thousand dollars tomorrow mona.

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"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sleeping on warm blankets on the ground health and safety concerns are growing especially for the many kids and aid workers in the mexican authorities are urging people to move to nearby shelters while they wait in line to see if they can be processed for asylum whether police will begin forcing them to move with a heavier hand is an open question kirk siegler npr news san diego the puerto rico national guard is expressing sorrow after the crash of one of its c one thirty cargo planes near savannah georgia this morning as many as nine people were on board officials have so far confirmed five dead air force master sergeant roger parson says the plane was on a training mission and belong to the one hundred fifty six they're wing out of puerto rico echo where brothers and sisters we we supported one another in these missions and so no matter who it is you know it it hurts us when something like this happens and it affects all of us they cargo plane crashed around eleven thirty this morning shortly after taking off from georgia on route to arizona in new jersey a bill requiring employers to offer workers paid sick leave has been signed into law by the state's new democratic governor governor phil murphy says workers should not have to choose between getting a day's pay or going to work sick legislation has been in the works for years stocks finished lower on wall street today you're listening to npr news this is wnyc in new york i'm jamie floyd a bill headed to the governor's desk takes aim at some outdated language in new york law wnyc's alex hamilton reports the new york state senate and assembly both voted unanimously in favor of the legislation which would replace the words fireman or policeman or any variation of them with firefighter and police officer regina wilson has been in new york city firefighter for nineteen years she says.

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"siegler" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for planet money and the following message come from i shares because the best preparation for tomorrow is building for your future today i shares by black rock inspired to build live from npr news in washington i'm shay stevens the trump administration is refusing to speculate on the fate of the rest of the asylum seekers currently camped out in tijuana mexico npr's kirk siegler reports vice president mike pence toward a california border area yesterday speaking of border patrol agents and collect so california vice president mike pence called the caravan an attempt to undermine us law he said the migrants who say they're fleeing violence in countries like honduras and el salvador are victims but they're being exploited by quote open border activists and an agenda controlled media pence also says that thanks to the cooperation of the mexican government the caravan than had numbered close to a thousand was now less than one hundred and fifty people about two hours west of where the vice president spoke dozens of migrants including many small children and babies camped on a warn plaza on the tijuana side of the border crossing they sleep on blankets and wait kirk siegler npr news tijuana the justice department has filed a criminal complaint against eleven members of the caravan of central american migrants according to a federal court complaint filed yesterday the defendants were apprehended by border patrol agents in the san diego area it alleges the defendants referred to as aliens illegally enter the us and tried to allude examination by immigration officers a justice department statement says the defendants are separate on the first eight caravan members allowed into the us for processing of their asylum claims secretary of state mike pompeo says the us is trying to fix the nuclear deal with iran speaking at joint base andrews pompeo was asked about is really claims to have documents proving that iran lie about its weapons program and plans to build a nuclear warhead and other people talking about these documents not being benthic i can confirm for you that these documents are real they're authentic iran's foreign minister calls the israeli leader's comments propaganda president trump has set a may twelve deadline for deciding whether to pool.

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"siegler" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"Welcome to this is why you're single podcast i'm laura lane and i'm angela sparrow we are the co writers of the book this is why you're single every highlight different dating topic this episode is surviving divorce yes also in the lineup we're talking about what's new in dating news that things that science says predict a divorce and what to not post on social media during divorce then we're diving into the mailbox to answer your listener questions including one listener who is worried about her friend dating an older divorced man and another listener who needs some post divorce dating tips like win her dates should meet her kid but first we want to welcome this week's guest she is a renowned divorce attorney the creator of the divorce dating app she teaches at fordham law school and is the author of the premarital planner and the premarital journal she's also the former host of bravo's untying the knot please welcome to the podcast vicky siegler how are you ladies good we're great thank you for coming on we're so excited because we've never discussed in great detail divorce on this episode shockingly for a podcast called this is why you're single yeah it's true we get a lot of emails though and we never quite feel a quipped to deal with it because we haven't been through divorces knock wood of so we're happy to have you very good but you know a definitely an expertise that's needed it is it's so needed well before we dive in deep to divorce let's start with the happy side of what you do aren't just helping end marriages some of what you do is helping people stay married such as on your blog post titled three ways to divorce proof your marriage let's talk about these three tips first one you have is getting naked financially yeah that's one of my favorite mantras and sayings it's let's get naked you need to financially tell the other person everything that you have do you have your chanel corvette account you need to really let them know about it you need to tell them what is your credit score if you have a terrible score and you can't pay your credit cards and time and your mortgages and all.

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"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"siegler" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The romanticised image of a cowboy out on the western ranges woven tightly into american identity and folklore a lot of old time cowboys built up their stock on us public land's today the number of actual independent cattlemen and women working on publicly owned ranges is falling npr's kirk siegler reports from the mountains of southern new mexico seventy four year old terry lewis is probably ridden every trail every gully meadow you can find in the mountains around his boyhood home of weed new mexico dot taught school for year and a half do you have a college education with a math major but that's not what i wanted to do it ties me down i don't wanna do that i want to leave an outdoors as we bounce along a dirt road an old pickup elements the fact that a horse would make this trip so much quicker it's harder to get to know our country you don't good horseback today you're more likely to encounter an atv rider or camper here than a cowboy on horseback it's not like it used to be when lewis was growing up and ranchers ruled the range in this corner of the west a few years back he says he was forced to sell his cows couldn't afford to stay in business the way i have been able to do my life and owner ranch i think that's gone for people like us now there are so many reasons why small independent cadillac rations like louis had are going away corporate consolidation of the cattle industry global economics drought to name a few today in the tree covered hills around the tiny town of we'd there only a few ranchers left trying to scratch out a living many will tell you they're being squeezed off the land by economics and a changing culture but also environmental laws like the endangered species act america rural america is down here suffering gary stone is with.

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