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Britney Spears Charged With Battery During Incident at Her Home

Tim Conway Jr.

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Britney Spears Charged With Battery During Incident at Her Home

"During a tussle. The Ventura County Sheriff's Department says Things got physical at Spears House. During that dispute, Brittany battered the staff member. It was a minor misdemeanor battery. There were no injuries, Captain Eric Busho says. The staff member reported the incident to deputies on Monday and said she wants spears to be prosecuted. A spokesperson for Spears denies that anything physical happened. But the sheriff's department says it's center report to the Ventura County D. A. Who will decide whether to press charges against fears. Brian Rumen KFT news. This report

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"spears house" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:45 min | 11 months ago

"spears house" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Book is Pipe Dreams, the urgent global quest to transform the toilet. Also, John Powers reviews Joshua Cohen's new novel, The Netanyahu's, which he calls a genuinely funny book about serious things. And jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews a new release of 1969 Sarah Vaughan concert in Berlin. First news. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House has voted to create a select committee to investigate the deadly January six insurrection at the US Capitol. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports that 220 to 190 vote was largely partisan, with only two Republicans joining Democrats to approve the panel. Members of law enforcement and relatives of fallen U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick were invited to watch the debate from the gallery. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi acknowledge their service the day of the attack, and said Democrats will seek and Find the truth. Rather than be frivolous with the facts. We have a duty to the Constitution. To the American people to find the truth of January, 6th. And to ensure that such an assault on our democracy can never happen again. Only two Republicans joined Democrats to vote in favour of launching the Select committee representatives. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois GRIZZLES. NPR NEWS Washington crews searching the rubble of a partially collapsed condo building near Miami. So they've now built a ramp that will allow for the use of heavier equipment since the section of the 12 story. Champlain Towers South building caved in last week and Surfside, Florida Rescuers have been working nonstop, peeling back layers of pancake concrete searching for survivors or the bodies of victims. For more bodies were recovered overnight to more today, bringing the confirmed death toll to 1845. Others are still listed as missing. Amazon wants the new Federal Trade Commission chair to be recused from any investigation involving the company. NPR's Shannon Bond reports the agency is expected to review Amazon's $8.45 billion dealed by Hollywood Studio MGM Amazon, says FTC Chair Lena Cons. Previous work shows she has quote prejudged the online retail giant. Khan, who was named to lead the regulatory watchdog this month, has been a longtime critic of Amazon's market power. She made her name while still a law student with a paper arguing that current antitrust policy does not account for the harms of a company like Amazon. Last year, she helped author a congressional report concluding that Amazon and other tech giants are monopolies that have abused their power. Amazon, which is among NPR's financial supporters said that while it except scrutiny, quote, even large companies have the right to an impartial investigation. The FTC declined to comment. Shannon Bond NPR news in the largest of its kind financial settlement trading platform, Robin Hood financial will pay a $57 million fine. Also agree to return another $12.6 million to thousands of customers the fines and penalties stemming from a range of supervisory failures that Finn rub, which oversees brokerages contends occurred there, including allegations the company heard customers by giving the misleading information. Allowing them to make risky trades on Wall Street. The Dow is up 210 points today. You're listening to NPR. Even Americans. Scream writer DeLay of Fierro has died at her home in Miami shortly after turning 97 as NPR's Mandali del Barco report. She was a pioneering figure in Spanish language telenovelas. Delia.

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"spears house" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"spears house" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Gen. White Today on 18 prepping in 2021. Survivalists, preppers or members of the self Reliance movement. The terms may vary, but the goal is the same. Be prepared to survive. If the world goes to help them for Preppers. It's a win, not at it. Wrappings. Popularity was on the rise before Covid 19. Now it's projected to become a half a trillion dollar industry by 2025. We'll get into it, and we want to hear from you. Email us at 18 w immune dot org or tweet US at one a.m.. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House has voted to create a select committee to investigate the deadly January six insurrection at the US Capitol, NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. The 220 to 190 vote was largely partisan, with only two Republicans joining Democrats to approve the panel. Members of law enforcement and relatives of fallen U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick were invited to watch the debate from the gallery. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi acknowledge their service the day of the attack, and said Democrats will seek and Find the truth. Rather than be frivolous with the facts. We have a duty to the Constitution. To the American people to find the truth of January, 6th. And to ensure that such an assault on our democracy can never happen again. Only two Republicans joined Democrats to vote in favour of launching the Select committee representatives. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois GRIZZLES. NPR NEWS Washington crews searching the rubble of a partially collapsed condo building near Miami. So they've now built a ramp that will allow for the use of heavier equipment since the section of the 12 story. Champlain Towers South building caved in last week, and Surfside, Florida Rescuers have been working nonstop peeling back layers of pancake concrete searching for survivors were the bodies of victims. For more bodies were recovered overnight to more today, bringing the confirmed death toll to 1845. Others are still listed as missing. Amazon wants the new Federal Trade Commission chair to be recused from any investigation involving the company. NPR's Shannon Bond reports the agency is expected to review Amazon's $8.45 billion dealed by Hollywood Studio MGM Amazon, says FTC Chair Lena Cons. Previous work shows she has quote prejudged the online retail giant. Khan, who was named to lead the regulatory watchdog this month, has been a longtime critic of Amazon's market power. She made her name while still a law student with a paper arguing that current antitrust policy does not account for the harms of a company like Amazon. Last year, she helped author a congressional report concluding that Amazon and other tech giants are monopolies that have abused their power. Amazon, which is among NPR's financial supporters, said that while it except scrutiny, quote, even large companies have the right to an impartial investigation. The FTC declined to comment. Shannon Bond, NPR news and the largest of its kind financial settlement trading platform, Robin Hood Financial, will pay a $57 million fine and also agreed to return another $12.6 million to thousands of.

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"spears house" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"It's going to take you one hour and five minutes to get from Wolf to the old post office Outbound Ike trip. It's also at an hour five, packed with capers from Damon to display Eins inbound Eden's crowded from Tower to Golf and Dempster to Montrose. Clear skies out there and we'll get to a low of 59 tonight and then sunny tomorrow with a high of 80 74 near the lake getting up to 90 on Thursday. So the heat returning after these two comfortable days. Broadcasting from Chicago's Navy Pier. This is WBZ HD Chicago. 91.5. FM, WB Qhd Morris 90.7. FM. And W B K Kankakee 91.1 FM. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Oversight Committee today heard from military officials and law enforcement about the timeline of the January six attack on the U. S Capitol along with what could have been done to prevent it from escalating as well as preventing future attacks. FBI director Christopher Wray was questioned by Oversight Committee chairwoman Carolyn Maloney, who asked whether the FBI takes any responsibility for the lack of preparedness. I agree that we need to do better and have to move faster and I've asked my staff to look for ways to expedite the process. Gray says The FBI was aware of the possibility of violence, but he did not know whether U. S. Capitol police have that information. Attorney General Merrick Garland today, meanwhile, announced an enhanced plan to combat domestic terrorism, says multiple government agencies are sharing information about how extremist violence can be prevented. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer continues to push for a bipartisan agreement on President Biden's massive infrastructure proposal. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Negotiations between the White House and congressional Republicans have yet to result in a deal. Talks on a compromise continue as Democrats set the groundwork to try to pass legislation on their own. Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer says he wants to go the bipartisan route, but it might not be enough. Won't be enough on climate. It won't be enough on on revenues. It won't be enough on some of the human infrastructure like paid leave and childcare and things like that. A bipartisan group of senators has brokered a $1.2 trillion agreement that focuses on traditional infrastructure and does not include tax increases to offset the spending. Some Democrats have opposed the framework. They're seeking a broader plan that includes increasing taxes on corporations. Windsor Johnston NPR News The might administration is expanding a program to allow Central American Children and teens under the US legally. NPR's Joel Rose reports. The Central American Minors Program, as it's known, focuses on young people from the Northern Triangle countries of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador. The program allows parents who are living legally in the U. S to petition to have their Children reunited with them. The Trump Administration abruptly shut the program down in 2018. The Biden administration revived it and is now expanding the program to make more parents eligible. During her recent trip to the region, Vice President Kamala Harris emphasized the need for more legal pathways to reach the U. S. Instead of the dangerous and illegal journeys that thousands of migrants are making today. Joel Rose. NPR news decline in retail sales last month as more Americans apparently shifted their focus from buying things like automobiles and other big ticket items and began shifting spending, court vacations and other goods and services. Commerce Department reporting today. Retail sales dropped by an adjusted 1.3% last month from April. Down day on Wall Street. The Dow was down 94 points to close at 34,000 to 99. The NASDAQ fell 101 points today. This is NPR. Any skies 73 degrees five of six Oh, four. I'm Lisa Lobbies with WBZ News. Chicago's largest anti violence organizations are teaming up to focus resources in the North Lawndale neighborhood on the city's West Side. WB's Patrick Smith has the story more than 1600. People have been shot already this year in Chicago just this morning. Four people were killed and another four wounded in a mass shooting in Inglewood that hung over a press conference today, where anti violence groups were announcing a push to prevent shootings in North Lawndale. Norman Kerr is the city's director of violence reduction. I'm committed to this work, but it's going to take all of us stay in end I know it's hard. Because we get these peaks and valleys and we're so quick to say, you know what? This isn't working. Let's go do something else. We can't do anything else. The anti violence groups are seeking to connect with more than 500. Young men in North Lawndale identified as most likely to shoot or be shot and offer them help and alternatives to violence. Patrick Smith. W B E Z News Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is walking back a proposal that would have cut off liquor store sales at 10 o'clock in the evening. The mayor is now pushing for a midnight curfew on liquor sales, Alderman and shop owners had pushed back on the initial proposal. Southwest Airlines is resuming normal operations after flight disruptions across the country today because of a data problem, the airline today said it had proactively canceled hundreds of flights Southwest was reporting more than 1200. Flights delayed nearly 500 flights canceled at one point during the afternoon. That was according to flight aware dot com. The FAA temporarily kept Southwest flights from departing airports across the U. S. The agency said it had ordered the halt. While Southwest resolve the reservation Computer issue and Kennedy King College branch of the city Colleges of Chicago has been given $5 million by philanthropist Mackensie Scott. The donation announced today is the largest single private gift ever given to the college and city colleges of Chicago. Cubs playing the Mets pretty quickly here in New York at 6 10 White Sox hosting Tampa in about an hour. Chicago SKY playing the Minnesota Lynx tonight at eight o'clock, 606 and Lisa lobbies WBZ news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include workday, an enterprise.

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"spears house" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on KPCC

"Are arriving at the Red Planet this month. The U. S. China and the United Arab Emirates have also rovers to our interstellar neighbor. Everyone's hoping to answer a question David Bowie first asked back in 1971. Is there life on? Well, you know where and if there is or there, Woz, What does that teach us about life here on Earth. The show was on tape, but we always love to hear from you the latest on our big red neighbor ahead on one, eh? Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced plans to establish an independent commission to investigate the deadly insurrection of the U. S. Capitol Building. MPR's Windsor Johnson reports Now that the former president has been acquitted by the Senate lawmakers continue to look into all the factors that contributed to the attack. Pelosi says the commission will be tasked with reviewing the fax and causes related to the attack carried out by a pro trump mob on January 6th. In a letter to lawmakers, Pelosi said the commission would be modeled on a similar one convened after the September 11th attacks. She says it will look into the preparedness and response of the Capitol police and other federal, state and local law enforcement in the capital region. MPR's Windsor Johnston Electricity providers across the central U. S began rolling blackouts today because there was not enough power to meet demand from Kansas News Service. Brian Government reports on why there's a need.

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"spears house" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"First, these news headlines Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has officially signed the article of impeachment against President Trump MPR's Windsor Johnson reports. In a bipartisan rebuke, lawmakers voted to impeach Trump when week after a mob of his supporters violently attacked the U. S Capitol building. Speaker. Pelosi says the house demonstrated that no one including the president is above the law that Donald Trump is a clear and present danger to our country. That once again, we honored our oath of office to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. So help us God. The house voted to impeach Trump for incitement of insurrection exactly a week after his supporters attacked the U. S Capitol building. 10. Republicans joined Democrats a sharp contrast to the first impeachment vote when every House Republican voted against both articles of impeachment. The case now heads to the Senate for a trial. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington President Trump is condemning Bob violence and calling on his supporters to obey the law ahead of next week's inauguration. MPR's Asia, Roscoe reports. Trump has faced pressure to speak out after supporters attack the capital last week attempt to overturn the election results. President Trump says that violence and vandalism have no place in this country or his movement. In a short video, Trump said he'd been briefed by Secret service about potential threats in the coming days. Now I am asking everyone who has ever believed.

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"spears house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just like us hand rubbed 100 times right there. You guys, we've got him. We've got a pass The mic to dawn because over the course of the break, I sent her three videos and, uh, Of the four to break But before the break, I was big, upping how nice fish houses can be and luxurious and comfortable. But so I sent her videos of my fish house and then the last one is a video from inside my spearing house. And mine No matter what Lake I'm on my fish house is the biggest redneck disaster out there. It was like a horror movie. It really show it. Try to describe the first video audio. Is this desolate, desolate like wasteland. Like if I sent this back home to my Well, I have country relatives, so they'd be like cool, but like they would know how terrifying this is. For me. It's like the lake. It's just like you could barely tell where the skyline is. There's some trees there. It was snowing that day, so it's just great and dark and scary. And then there's this little shed. That, um, has his name written on the door with the number and then it's like The other people. Yeah, I mean, there's are better for sure. Yeah, Mike. It's a kind of nostalgic for me because a buddy of mine built it with his son in the eighties. He's really he's passed away and gone. S so I bought it from his son and I haven't really made it. He upgrades to it, And it's what's called a real closet. It's what's called a wheelhouse. But on mind the whole hitch flips up in the air and sticks up in here. It looks really awkward and awful. And it's 4. FT. Wide by 8 FT. Long Basically the.

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"spears house" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on KPCC

"White Congress wraps up on January 3rd, and it has a few last minute snap booze to deal with. There's another deadline humming along in the background. The U. S census has to be done next week. Senses only happens every 10 years, and it effects what happens to hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funds. We check in on the state of the census and then music criticism has changed a lot over the decades. We talked to Anthony Fan Tan. Oh a k a. The needle drop about where it's at today, that's ahead on one egg. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll try again Monday to approve a measure that would provide $2000 in direct coronavirus relief payments. President Trump, it seems, flipped the script by initially putting forth the idea is NPR's Claudia Grisales reports. House Democrats are the ones in favor of Trump's terms. House Democrats try to get the plan approved with a quick voice vote on Thursday, but Republicans blocked it. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. In Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell said the GOP should agree to it. Single also took aim at President Trump. It is not a silent night. All is not come. Too many. Nothing is bright. For too many. They are not sleeping peacefully. Now. Speaker Pelosi says she'll ask for a roll call vote on Monday to put lawmakers on the record. The Senate is not expected to take up the measure clouding the solace. NPR NEWS Washington Despite still rapidly rising cases of covert, 19 and California testing centers across the state, were crammed over this week. With people rushing to get a Corona virus test before the holiday. That's despite the fact health experts are advising Americans against traveling for traditional large family gatherings. This week later, County public health carry Montero worries test results could give some people a false sense of security. Negative test is not your free pass to gather, California passed a grim milestone, becoming the first state to record more than two million corner virus cases since January. Some 18,000 people in the state are currently hospitalized. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her cabinet could make quick decisions on whether to back the Brexit trade deal struck between the UK and the European Union, says me, Nicholson reports. The race now begins to ratify the agreement before January. 1st Chancellor Merkel says her Cabinet will meet after Christmas to discuss the post Brexit trade deal negotiated Thursday between the European Union and the United Kingdom. She added that they won't be starting from scratch and that the EU Commission has kept member states in the loop throughout the negotiations. The deal now needs to be ratified by the UK parliament, the European Parliament on the leaders of the used 27 member states. Germany's foreign minister Hi Coma, says Germany, which holds the presidency of the EU council, will do everything it can to ensure the agreement comes into effect on January the first when the UK is set to exit the EU single market and customs union. The post Brexit deal ends months of disagreements over fishing rights and business regulations for NPR news. I'm is me Nicholson In Berlin. Strong winds of bitter colder, hammering the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin as the region tries to dig out from under a winter storm that shut down interstate highways and grounded flights. Winter Storm is moving East National Weather Service has issued windshield advisories for parts of the upper Midwest on Wall Street. Today, the Dow closed up 70 points. This is NPR. From KPCC. I'm Tammy Trujillo was some of the stories we're following at 704 with covered 19 cases in hospitalizations breaking records in Southern California Healthcare workers are worried there could be an even bigger spike after the holidays. To. Kimberly Shriner, an infectious disease expert at Huntington Hospital, says any holiday gathering has the potential to spread Cove in 19, so people need to stay home. Maybe the best way to put it is that they want to have their family and friends near them in a month. Or by the end of 2021 not dead. They need to pay attention to this because in the 30 years that I've been doing infectious disease. I've never seen a crisis quite like this in our hospital, Dr Scheiner said she understands people are desperate for comfort and a sense of normalcy that everyone needs to stay home as much as possible. Right now, With the vaccine starting to be distributed, she says, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. And it is not time to give up. One positive outcome of the pandemic and covert 19 restrictions or people are getting outside trail use, and state and national park visits were way up this year. That also meant a big boost for the outdoor industry bark. Peruzzi is editorial director of Mountain magazine. He introduced a bunch of people that biking trail running mountain biking, hiking. And they get a taste of those experiences. There will be a long term bump in the outdoor industry from what happened during 2020 peruses his bike shops in particular song, massive increase in businesses here. Many were completely sold out in the early days of the pandemic. Leave. No Trace Center for outdoor ethics says they also saw an increase in recreational vehicle use and in solo hiking here.

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"spears house" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on KCRW

"Of Black America and really, to create a space and my interview with the one and only David Byrnes. There are more ways to look at the world into being in the world than what's being presented. We want to open up that Open up the idea how you can think and how you could be. That's all ahead in the next hour. First this news update. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll try again Monday to approve a measure that would provide $2000 in direct coronavirus relief payments. President Trump, it seems, flipped the script by initially putting forth the idea is NPR's Claudia Grisales reports. House Democrats are the ones in favor of Trump's terms. House Democrats try to get the plan approved with a quick voice vote on Thursday, but Republicans blocked it. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer and Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell said the GOP should agree to it. Single also took aim at President Trump. It is not a silent night. All is not come. For too many. Nothing is bright. For too many. They are not sleeping peacefully. Now. Speaker Pelosi says she'll ask for a roll call vote on Monday to put lawmakers on the record. The Senate is not expected to take up the measure clouding the solace. NPR NEWS Washington Despite still rapidly rising cases of covert, 19 and California testing centers across the state, were crammed other this week. With people rushing to get a Corona virus test before the holiday. That's despite the fact health experts are advising Americans against traveling for traditional large family gatherings. This week later, County public health carry Montero worries test results could give some people a false sense of security. Negative test is not your free pass to gather, California passed a grim milestone, becoming the first state to record more than two million corner virus cases since January. Some 18,000 people in the state are currently hospitalized. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her cabinet could make quick decisions on whether to back the Brexit trade deal struck between the UK and the European Union, says me, Nicholson reports. The race now begins to ratify the agreement before January. 1st Johnson A. Merkel says her Cabinet will meet after Christmas to discuss the post Brexit trade deal negotiated Thursday between the European Union and the United Kingdom. She added that they won't be starting from scratch and that the EU Commission has kept member states in the loop throughout the negotiations. The deal now needs to be ratified by the UK parliament, the European Parliament on the leaders of the used 27 member states. Germany's foreign minister Hi Coma, says Germany, which holds the presidency of the EU council, will do everything it can to ensure the agreement comes into effect on January the first when the UK is set to exit the EU single market and customs union. The post Brexit deal ends months of disagreements over fishing rights and business regulations for NPR news. I'm is.

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"spears house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He shares the more introspective musical side that's just as important to who he is. That's all coming up on cue. Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll try again Monday to approve a measure that would provide $2000 in direct coronavirus relief payments. President Trump, it seems, flipped the script by initially putting forth the idea is NPR's Claudia Grisales reports. House Democrats are the ones in favor of Trump's terms. House Democrats try to get the plan approved with a quick voice vote on Thursday, but Republicans blocked it. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. In Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell said the GOP should agree to it. Single also took aim at President Trump. It is not a silent night. All is not come. Too many. Nothing is bright. For too many. They are not sleeping peacefully. Now. Speaker Pelosi says she'll ask for a roll call vote on Monday to put lawmakers on the record. The Senate is not expected to take up the measure clouding the solace. NPR NEWS Washington Despite still rapidly rising cases of covert 19 in California, testing centers across the state, were crammed over this week. With people rushing to get a Corona virus test before the holiday. That's despite the fact health experts advising Americans against traveling for traditional large family gatherings this week later, County public health carry Montero worries test results could give some people a false sense of security. Negative test is not your free pass to gather, California passed a grim milestone, becoming the first state to record more than two million corner virus cases since January. Some 18,000 people in the state are currently hospitalized. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her cabinet could make quick decisions on whether to back the Brexit trade deal struck between the UK and the European Union, says me, Nicholson reports. The race now begins to ratify the agreement before January. 1st Chancellor Merkel says her Cabinet will meet after Christmas to discuss the post Brexit trade deal negotiated Thursday between the European Union and the United Kingdom. She added that they won't be starting from scratch and that the EU Commission has kept member states in the loop throughout the negotiations. Deal now needs to be ratified by the UK parliament, the European Parliament on the leaders of the used 27 member states. Germany's foreign minister hike, Omar says Germany, which holds the presidency of the EU council, will do everything it can to ensure the agreement comes into effect on January the first when the UK is set to exit the EU single market and customs Union. The post Brexit deal ends months of disagreements over fishing rights and business regulations for NPR news. I'm is.

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"spears house" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll try again Monday to approve a measure that would provide $2000 in direct coronavirus relief payments. President Trump, it seems, flipped the script by initially putting forth the idea is NPR's Claudia Grisales reports. House Democrats are the ones in favor of Trump's terms. House Democrats try to get the plan approved with a quick voice vote on Thursday, but Republicans blocked it. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer. In Michigan Democrat Debbie Dingell said the GOP should agree to it. Single also took aim at President Trump. It is not a silent night. All is not come. For too many. Nothing is bright. For too many. They are not sleeping peacefully. Now. Speaker Pelosi says she'll ask for a roll call vote on Monday to put lawmakers on the record. The Senate is not expected to take up the measure. Clotting The solace. NPR NEWS Washington Despite still rapidly rising cases of covert 19 in California, testing centers across the state were crammed over this week. With people rushing to get a Corona virus test before the holiday. That's despite the fact how the experts advising Americans against traveling for traditional large family gatherings this week later, County public health carry Montero worries test results could give some people a false sense of security. Negative test is not your free pass together. California passed a grim milestone, becoming the first state to record more than two million corner virus cases since January. Some 18,000 people in the state are currently hospitalized. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says her cabinet could make quick decisions on whether to back the Brexit trade deal struck between the UK and the European Union, says me, Nicholson reports. The race now begins to ratify the agreement before January. 1st Johnson A. Merkel says her Cabinet will meet after Christmas to discuss the post Brexit trade deal negotiated Thursday between the European Union and the United Kingdom. She added that they won't be starting from scratch and that the EU Commission has kept member states in the loop throughout the negotiations. Deal now needs to be ratified by the UK parliament, the European Parliament on the leaders of the used 27 member states. Germany's foreign minister hike, Omar says Germany, which holds the presidency of the EU council, will do everything it can to ensure the agreement comes into effect on January the first when the UK is set to exit the EU single market and customs Union. The post Brexit deal ends months of disagreements over fishing rights and business regulations for NPR news. I'm is.

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"spears house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's not giving up on President Trump's latest offer to more than tripled the amount of coronavirus relief checks NPR's Windsor Johnston reports, House Republicans blocked a democratic measure that would provide eligible Americans with $2000 direct payments. Speaker Pelosi says she's calling lawmakers back from the holiday recess on Monday to vote on a measure that would provide individuals with $2000 stimulus checks and 4000 for couples. Move comes after President Trump slammed a bipartisan bill by Congress this week. That includes $600 direct payments, declaring that amounts ridiculous and not enough, The president is now threatening to veto the measure. MPR's winter Johnston California has reached an uncomfortable milestone in the Corona virus pandemic. The nation's most populous state, surpassing two million Corona virus case is heading into the holidays with expected travel despite warnings from health officials likely to boost that number even further. S per day from covert 19 in the U. S of repeatedly top 3000 Over the past two weeks more than 328,000. Americans have lost their lives to cope in 19 with that number certainly go higher in the days and weeks ahead. The governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Bakers indicated he will sign a sweeping criminal justice reform Bill MPR's Emma Peasley reports. The bill includes some of the first statewide restrictions on facial recognition. The bill places a moratorium on police using their own facial recognition technology. Any officer that wants to use the data now needs a court order or written approval from the D. M V. The state police or the FBI. It's a compromise for the Massachusetts Legislature. The original bill would have been the first statewide ban in the country, but the state's Republican governor said he would veto any bill that included a ban. That drew pushback, including an op ed in The Boston Globe from players on the Celtics, who said the technology would quote supercharge racist policing. California is one of the only other places with statewide restrictions. It bans the use of facial recognition and police body cameras. Emma Peasley NPR NEWS Well, online shopping has surged during the Corona virus pandemic. It may be something of a double edged sword for retailers, and that returns are also likely to be way up. That's according to a software and technology company that manages online returns for hundreds of bank brands. Narvel Ink estimates returns this year could cost companies as much as $1.1 billion. Retail those why not necessarily wanting the returns Do want choppers to be comfortable buying things they can't see or try on in person Starts closed modestly higher today in a holiday shortened trading session. The Dow Jones industrial Average up 70 points to close at 30,000 won 99 NASDAQ was up 33 points. The Standard and Poor's 500 Rose 13 points today. This is NPR. And this is W N Y C. Good evening on my on Levinson. Many retail workers. The usual customers they see during the holidays haven't been able to stop by either because of the pandemic or the financial hardships brought on by it. Jose Peralta Cohen sneaker bar with his brother in the Bronx, he says during the holidays, they normally have lines of people trying to snag a trendy designer T shirt or a cool pair of sneakers. The normal person that we usually see every years I haven't seen them myself. Anything probably like have have 50% of the people. Oh, that I usually comes. Peralta and his brothers have been running the shop for eight years, and they say they hope to see if some familiar faces back soon. Despite covert travel warning. Some people are still trying to fly to see friends and family this holiday season and our airport workers continue to fear for their safety. Maria compasses, the food server LaGuardia, and she's worked in the same terminal for nearly 40 years. She says It hasn't been as busy compared to years past. But she's worried because she doesn't have health care coverage through her employer. Temple says the travelers air stressing her out. Did they feeding in the sitting area? Where you for the plane? They had no mass. They talk the eat. And then what kind of what kind of safety you're talking about. Last month, Compass, along with airport union members was urging our wording Governor Cuomo to sign into law a bill that would provide airport workers access to health insurance. But many airport employers say they can't afford to take on the extra benefits and wage increases that the bill requires. We have a high wind warning in effect until tomorrow morning, at around 10. Very gusty conditions possibly up to 65 MPH rain heavy at times with low of 59 For tonight, Christmas Day Looks like the rain is gonna be on and off of the high of 41. This is W. N. Y. C at 906. Support for NPR comes from the vital projects fund supporting the Museum of Modern Art, presenting fall reveal hundreds of new works to explore now on view, a new batch of tickets is available at MoMA dot or g'kar. Welcome to innovation Hub. I'm Carol Miller. There was a moment in early 2020, and this moment may have happened to you. When life narrowed, and it felt like they were pretty much only two things left my family and the grocery store. The grocery store was keeping us alive. It was also the only place to go and the only thing to do it wasn't a great time unless maybe you owned a grocery store. 2020 is without a doubt the worst year of my life. It has been a.

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"spears house" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

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"spears house" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

Bourbon on the Cheap

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on Bourbon on the Cheap

"With names such as Elijah Craig Jim Beam and Evan Williams engraved in Bourbon him. The name, Jacob Spears is often overlooked. In fact few outside of experienced. Urban lovers have ever heard his name. Who he is Jacob Spears Fred Minutes book bourbon the rise fall and Rebirth of an American whiskey says given all the facts. We have Jacob Spears is Bourbons. Most probable Creator. His descendants say he is the one who at least came up with the name bourbon after Bourbon County the mystery behind Jacob beers and his contribution to Bourbon is as interesting as his story itself. He was a man who engaged in several occupations. He was a farmer distiller dealer in Blue Grass Seed and breeder of fine horses in this episode. We will examine the life of Jacob Spears and ask the question life is his story Untold. Let me a button podcast is your source for real commentary heartfelt dialogue conspiracy theories and that much-needed laugh connect with us on Facebook Instagram. Tik Tok and Twitter where you will find stupid dad jokes and inspirational messages listen to us on Apple podcast Google podcast Spotify Pandora, iHeartRadio sneaker and 30 plus other platforms early settlers first came into Central Kentucky and the 1770s bought one thing they often did after staking their claims to the land was to grow corn to feed their families and their livestock soon Farmers produce more corn wage. They needed or could sell conveniently. Using early American resourcefulness, the pioneers made corn whiskey many of these settlers were Scottish Irish and many had been distillers for Generations wage. They brought their traditions and their expertise with them to Kentucky. Although the Revolutionary War interrupted the lives of even those in the frontier as soon as the war was over Kentucky citizens again took up farming and Distilling in Earnest many farmers constructed their own steals or took their corn to a neighbor process home by 1792. There were five hundred steals in Kentucky and buy 1812. There were two thousand and by this time the Steelers had started to transform the wrong White Lightning product into a smooth sophisticated Brown whiskey aged in charred Oak barrels whiskey proved to be an important commodity to early, Kentucky. It was sometimes used in place of money many people were paid their expenses with barrels of whiskey. As a preventative this wholesome beverage was also believed to be good for snakebites fallen arches chills and fever women's complaints and baby seals in early Kentucky whiskey was almost as essential as milk meat salt flour and cornmeal one such settler was Jacob Spears song Jacob who was born in Rockingham County, Virginia in 1754 was a revolutionary war veteran having served in Captain. Hoglund's company of Colonel William cross regiment during the Sandusky expedition of 1782. He later joined Joseph Bowman's company is a sergeant and trekked without outfit to present-day Harrodsburg in Mercer County. Where he purchased a tract of Bourbon County Land from John Hagen? Jacob Spears family moved to Kentucky and the late Seventeen eighties soon. After arriving in Bourbon County Spears would begin to distill whiskey at the time. It was not called Bourbon and there is some debate about its origin interesting fact Jacob met Mason and Dixon at his Tavern on the genie River when they were surveying the Mason-Dixon line. One of the main attractions of the Bluegrass region is the Kentucky Kentucky Bourbon Trail a driving tour that visits seven of the more famous bourbon distilleries in the area off ironically the trail bypasses the place where it all began located in the countryside just north of Paris and Bourbon County. Of course on quiet Kaiser road is the Jacob Spears house and Distillery also known as The Stone Castle. The Stone federal-style House, which features Gothic Revival additions was built on Spears's property somewhere around 1790 by Thomas Metcalfe a fellow Bourbon County resident who would become Kentucky's 10th Governor together with his wife and Elizabeth spiers raised six children to include four daughters and two sons on Thursday. Very Farm while he continued to produce bourbon from markets as far away as New Orleans just across Clara Kaiser Road from the house sits the remaining Stone bourbon Warehouse that was built around the same time as house up to 2,500 barrels of whiskey could be stored in this remarkably preserved outbuilding. I'm still standing on this far more Spring House and store house for his bourbon whiskey. It is the most complete distillers complex still in existence today. According to an 1897 account. Jacob Spears is Bourbon County Distillery was known as the famous peacock Distillery standing Hillside near Kaiser long enough former Community along Stoner Creek five miles north of Paris Baptist preacher and distiller Elijah Craig often gets credit for giving bourbon its distinctive color eggs taste as he was reportedly the first to agent and charred Oak Cask, but Jacob Spears who lived in Kentucky Bourbon County was the first to lay off his barrels his Bourbon and he began shipping them to New Orleans where there is coincidentally he Bourbon Street even the name is debated home. Some people theorize that the whiskey was named after Bourbon County and Kentucky While others think the namesake was Bourbon Street in New Orleans. But Richard Campanella author of Bourbon Street says the connection between the street and the whiskey is purely coincidence. 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"spears house" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"spears house" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. House Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle took turns going after some of the most powerful figures in big attack the CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google answering questions today, remotely from a House subcommittee hearing on any trust. Facing some especially contentious questioning was Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, making his first appearance before Congress. He was repeatedly pressed about the online shopping giants control of the space at the expense of third party retailers. We have a pause against using seller specific data to aid our private label business. But I can't guarantee you that that policy has never been violated. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was also grown extensively about his company's dominance and social media. Some GOP lawmakers accused online media platforms of being hostile to conservative voices. A conservative Texas Republican was frequently refused to wear a mask has tested positive for the krone virus. NPR's Claudio Gonzalez reports. Congressman Louis Gohmert learned the news as part of routine screening at the White House today. Louie Gohmert was set to go to West Texas with the president but tested positive. Before the trip. He returned to the capital and from his office, told Texas NBC affiliate K. K. He was tested twice and was positive both times. I don't know where it came from. There. May I have it. Gohmert attended Tuesday's House Judiciary Committee hearing for Attorney General William Bar and he was not wearing a mask. A Justice Department spokeswoman has said bar would be tested for the virus. The committee is working with the attending physician to Congress on next steps for others who've been exposed. Gomer also attended another House hearing on Tuesday cloudy salis NPR NEWS. Washington The Pentagon says it plans to move about 12,000 troops out of Germany, shifting some two other NATO countries and the rest back to the U. S. Defense officials called a better strategic framework. NPR's Tom Bowman reports. President Trump says it's about Germany's failure to pay more for the alliance. The reduction would amount to about 1/3 of all American troops in Germany. Defense Secretary Mark Esper says some of those troops would be shifted to Italy in Belgium. Others would rotate into Poland, as per, said some of the moves could begin within weeks. While it could be years before the entire plan is realized, still esperan other defense officials described it as a concept. And said more planning is needed, adding that the moves will cause billions of dollars as per cent of planning has been in place for months. He declined to address President Trump's linkage of Germany's lack of NATO payments to the true productions. Tom Bowman. NPR NEWS Washington Stocks hold onto their gains today following the announcement by the Federal Reserve. It will continue to keep interest rates near zero to help the Corona virus pandemic ravaged economy. The Dow is up 160 points. The NASDAQ rose 140 points. Yes and P 500 closed up 40 points today. You're listening to NPR and this is K C R W on Larry Parole on a Wednesday, July 29th. Here's what's happening at 404 The only City Council voted today to resume intensive street cleanups around the 20 homeless shelters known as bridge home facilities. Vote came after hours of debate that often pitted two public health crises against each other Copan 19 and homelessness. In March. The city stopped making unhappy people take their tents down for street cleaning in the zones around these shelters due to the pandemic, But Today, the council voted to reinstate the old policy despite dozens of people calling into object. California remains a Corona virus hot spot the state's Latino population reports feeling particularly anxious and stressed by the health crisis more so than other residents here. That's one of the findings in a poll released this week by the Public Policy Institute of California. KCR Delia's Danielle, Uruguay. O has a closer look at the results. More than 60% of Latinos surveyed say they worry about getting sick or someone in their family coming down with a novel Corona virus. That's compared to 37% of Asian respondents in 28% of black and white Californians. The poll also shows financial stress over catching the virus is highest among Latinos, with 56% saying they're very worried covert 19 would impact their wallets. 31% of black and Asian respondents indicated the highest level of concern. Only 22% of white Californians share the sentiment. Latinos. Also report feeling like over 19 is taking a significant toll on their mental health. Will they make up nearly 40% of California's residents? They're getting sick at higher rates, accounting for 55% of the state's Corona virus cases. The PPC poll comes on the heels of a U. C L. A study released Monday. Finding that Latino and black residents of L. A county are twice as likely to die from Cove in 19 His case is Daniel Sure, Agwai reporting blistering temperatures in store for much of Southern California over the next few days, With triple digits likely across the region. The National Weather Service is warning. We're going to see near critical fire whether tomorrow through Saturday, the agency says conditions will be particularly dry with minimal humidity. Will also be windy at times with strong gusts. And while forecasters say breezy conditions will accompany the heat, the weather service has not issued a red flag warning. There is heat advisory in place starting tomorrow at 11 a.m. For much of so Cal temperatures at the coast expected to get into.

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"spears house" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"spears house" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Putin now the news live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jack spear house speaker Nancy Pelosi signing articles of impeachment ahead of their delivery to the Senate a short time ago that follows the story house vote today two hundred and twenty eight to one ninety three approving a resolution to submit the articles setting up will be only the third Senate impeachment trial in U. S. history thank you be very clear that this president will be held accountable said no one is above the law and I that no future president should ever entertain the idea article one I mean she's the article two says that he can do whatever he wants the house voted December eighteenth to impeach the president on charges of abuse of power to obstruction of Congress stemming from his conduct toward Ukraine still on answered the question of whether the Senate will call witnesses and what role newly released documents might play the White House maintains president trump has done nothing wrong policy meanwhile is named the lawmakers who will present the Senate with the case for impeaching the president here's NPR's CAGR solace house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff said he will lead the prosecution team of house impeachment managers speaker Pelosi said the group demonstrates the best expertise to present the case to the Senate the emphasis is on litigators the emphasis is on comfort level in the court room the emphasis is making the strongest possible case to protect and defend our constitution to seek the truth for the American people house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler another members of this committee including Hakeem Jeffries of New York and they'll Deming's of Florida will also service managers cloudy Seles NPR news the capitol president trump today signed a preliminary trade deal with China he describes as a partial truce and their trade war NPR Scott Horsley reports Beijing's expected to boost its purchase of US products in exchange for some limited terror for leaf the so called phase one agreement calls for China to buy an extra two hundred billion dollars worth of US products over the next two years that's an increase of more than fifty percent over existing export levels president trump boasted about the change during a White House signing ceremony we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those made grown and raised right here in the USA but he also requires China to provide more safeguards for American companies intellectual property and technology no house in exchange trump agreed to suspend some terrorists on Chinese imports but most the good V. S. buys from China will still be subject to a stiff import tax Scott Horsley NPR news the White House the government's producer price index a measure of the cost of goods before they head down the pipeline to consumers took a slight bump up in December the labor department says its producer price index rose a tenth of a percent stocks gained ground today on use news of the US China trade defining the Dow was up to twenty nine thousand thirty this is NPR Virginia lawmakers have approved a resolution to ratify the equal rights amendment becoming the thirty eight states of thirty eight required to do so both the state Senate and house of delegates today voting to approve the amendment which bans sex discrimination as a major victory for wins rights advocates were but is also far from certain measure what should be added to the U. S. constitution that's because the justice department maintains a deadline to add the amendment to the constitution is expired the vote comes decades after Congress at the E. R. aid to states in nineteen seventy two in the a small.

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"spears house" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"spears house" Discussed on WTVN

"Cohen wise to congress. We already know that Michael Cohen lies to law enforcement. Now, we're gonna find out because Michael Cohen lies to his own fam- lawyer says they won't respond to lies and spears houses voted to block President Trump's emergency declaration for border wall funding, it now goes to the Senate officials on Long Island, New York say at least three people are dead after a commuter train collided with a truck police say it appears a truck was trying to beat the gate evacuate. Now, that's the warning from sonoma's county. California officials as the Russian river continues to rise and record setting rain brings a potential for deadly mudslides. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN. Allison, Wyatt, Ohio. Governor Mike dewine says debt O'Dowd incurred to fix the roads did not trickle down to local governments in order to help them fix their share of the highways. One thing I would emphasize is a forty percent of this money is going to go to the local community. So it's going to go to your townships is going to go to your village is your cities your counties some numbers indicate oh dots on more than three hundred million in debt during John casick time as governor. But now governor Mike dewine says it is a different day in a different way of doing business. It's a conservative and responsible approach because we are going to be paying as we go wide says the idea that Ohio could borrow more money and paper over the problem for a year or two isn't his term irresponsible. And so I refuse to do that. And that he says is why in eighteen cents per gallon gasoline tax is necessary at the state house. Jared alley NewsRadio six ten WTVN dot. Meanwhile, he's asking for. Permission to change its speed limits on the interstates across the state. They want lawmakers to give the department broader authority to change speed limits with the use of electronic signs that would set speeds based on road conditions like weather and traffic congestion, which they say would improve traffic flow. Currently the variable. Speed limit signs are being used on. I ninety at Lake County. Just east of Cleveland, but plans are to install them next on I six seventy east in Columbus. Meanwhile, the governor today also nominated Dr Amy acting to be the new director of the Ohio department of public health in Rwanda the infant mortality rate is lower than it is a few blocks from here in Lila park. She says she has a lot of big plans for the department. She previously served as an assistant professor at Ohio State university's college of public health Republicans secretary of state Frank Larose, he's banking an election cybersecurity Bill the legislation would help as office and the Ohio national guard improve how they respond. Two election cyber attack. Well, I think it's clear based on the assessment of our intelligence professionals that there are bad actors both within our borders and and abroad who want to try to undermine the credibility of our elections. He testified on the measure today at the state house and several former Ohio State players are independence at the two thousand nineteen NFL scouting combine which began today in Indianapolis players will arrive through Thursday in eleven groups divided up by position, I'm Alison why antiwar ABC six first warning weather forecast in sixty seconds. When's.

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"spears house" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"spears house" Discussed on Double Toasted

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