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"stephen hammond" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Until the I don't know you you you could go to you could passage yes the other way my man blue Bob as a camouflage below like this guy never see it stealth balloon we start least apartment by talking about buying a search and rescue balloon for me I have a question yes do you think that need our new friendship with the Hammond police department do you think that they could locate my mugshot because I've been trying to find it for years you know what I'll call a Tennessee I'll you know I'll blow me reach out with love take it away may have a cell phone number you know no big deal I mean it's public I get a cell phone you know try to and as for the tendency within see how that goes for it we can make a T. shirt of Oliver mugshot but yours yeah he's my yeah I don't know where it is to make sure you know what I should have a right to work on that let me let me and then you could be dressed like everybody's like V. I mean I'm not I'm not there you have yours I'm gonna ask about everybody else's yeah let's see what we can listen we can put together and I was lucky because going to actually lieutenant Stephen Hammond Lisa brown would not use you know city resources for anything other than business record let's just say he left the terminal open one day and I just rolled up because you know I do have a badge coming as a badge coming black I'm an honorary check to do all this.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

10:35 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Little more cautious with that said we're not there yet we don't have any recommendations to take fans out of the building but when you talk to teams they believe that that that chance is increasing with every day while they have closed the locker rooms to the NBA NHL MLB and MLS so all those perfect all the big four have closed locker room teams to personnel only if you remember the strep throat crisis of ninety seven it started out a lot like this we know how it ended up whose horrible right we're just now starting to so anyway your look murmur believe it did you see the dumb the tide pod dom YouTube thing that was going on now warning cocaine and snorting a bleach wipe well they were they were said look I don't believe anybody was doing it but it somehow you tube is got this video and it's like snorting bleaching you why do you care if your nostrils are elderly white I don't know right no no no this is to get rid of the corona viruses to kill the coronavirus yes the dumbest thing that remember the total eclipse yes people were showing up in the emergency room with burns on their eyes because they were spraying sunblock oh my gosh so they thought if I put sunblock like SPFL not in my eyes then I can just stare at the sun are we really that stupid I would help maybe the handwashing lectures arts over I don't know I don't I've never understood the eclipse like that the the draw to the eclipse like it's like okay either I will I would highly spectacular if you're there for the total thing when it gets completely dark they had we had one well years ago yeah but it wasn't easy town for three minutes was it less than I was three minutes it was totally dark the next one will be as close to Cincinnati and adds two hundred and fifty thousand people went to it and they could you could not get out eat town there were people that went down that I know from the like the science group from high school and it took him twelve hours to get back from eat not just charge age everyone of them fifteen Bucks wait till about eleven thirty at night right now go it looks like this well in little boy look like dusk for three minutes so I did D. V. hit out to sue because we're like we're if the animals to go crazy about it so whatever nothing happened it looked like dusk what remains of the boxes that it it well will you look through the yeah that's what I was going to the seventies they did something we take a boxing you poke a hole and you look into this the little white thing on the ground is those fun at what what what would it cost me show up but you do boudin buff the Delaware these glasses if you're gonna look at it I I I don't know it Netflix they they released okay we're we're gonna take advantage of the pandemic the big corona virus scares they released Hey here's some of the best it might be the worst pandemic movies to watch because it gets you all agitations watching pandemic rise during a yeah right cargo in two thousand eighteen is the first one they hit the list it's about a father who searches for someone to protect his daughter after an outbreak in Australia don't don't don't own bomb bomb bomb pandemic is the second one that came out in twenty twenty that is with the it's a docu series knowledge I don't watch a lot of watched about half of it and is it a good it's about it okay they're trying to get the bill of the one that I got to came away with that series on Netflix is that they're trying to come up with a universal flu vaccine okay you just get the shot and the flu and it always work it'll be gone it's gone it's gone up the it would yes about the front lines with the doctors and scientists battling against influenza so that when it leased it makes sense because you know what you're dealing with yeah and it's it's it's it's poor areas and places like India in India and China where it's just mass these cities are beyond comprehension of how large they are and the amount of people traveling in in living in small space China it is right behind there's so many people there right on top of the damn train right and I got like the quadruple level busted imagine asking Americans Hey this trains full Hey I'm not I'm not Mitt Romney's dog what is talking about top carriers comes in next from two thousand nine it's about four friends they try to flee a pandemic threatening threatened cut country before all humanity is wiped out in the nineteen ninety five is the next one it's outbreak that all that was just an off one and somebody's in the theater does that and they show the particles yeah that might have been what started my whole OCD this outbreak yeah I well I told you Friday night it came back from the fish fry watch the entire thing it is a good it's a really good movie my wife always makes fun of me and I don't it's for a good purpose on this one she says you scared of shaking hands with people sneeze you freak out but yet when you get drunk you eat out of garbage I like stuff on the floor on the floor and stored beer off of freedom hall I'm like yeah yeah exactly yeah alcohol kill it yeah right yeah the next one is containment matters from night T. two thousand sixteen Atlanta is quarantine when a deadly virus outbreaks and the quest for a cure who's in that one uncovers potential conspiracy back down Willis was rounded up with this one the last one is cabin fever two thousand yes the five friends yep on a vacation in a cabin get hit with a flesh eating disease man the first girl that gets it I don't want to ruin it for yeah but the creepiest scene is the first girl gets it and they put her in the shed and they're like look we don't want to get it but then all this other stuff happens and they forget about her so they come back to her and she's like half eaten up with this black goo that's eating or skin and one of the dogs got it so they heard the dog in there and he was like so he opens the door and the dog is chewing on her hand the dog is good either and she's in she looks up as he does the he does the creepy scene in the movie where she goes tell me tell me because R. rex as it did the dog survived so then he does the gun and it goes click the last bullet fired and he goes if he goes in he's like dammit so he picks up the shovel you go oh no oh no I don't know what she's like yes yes yes god he misses the neck and hits her in the mouth but Sir so her jaws like this and she's like do it again good when I got to get a big this prices to go tell me again if not better so this is pretty shot and I don't see the birthday he he can't do it again because I kid it was so I could do it was trouble again so he bought he poured gasoline on her she's don't do that don't don't don't don't don't do that it was well let me tell you there are some pretty good they could see all really well okay and what happened to the dog he survived the dog did not no no one did everyone dies for that Laurence Garey two thousand sixteen for cabin there's always one person that lives now now because you think he does and he walks out you're thinking any of course he's the jerk maybe the total jerk is the one it's gonna live what okay what was the one movie that ever so kind of pandemic right and it was him and his family were left at the end of it he thought well this is it I'm going to kill my family and kill myself no that was not a pandemic it was where they had the government cracked open a like I was a portal in these animals to come out yeah John G. no no it's it's always something but the ending was so messed up because the re bullets and four family members so he he shot him all in the head right at that moment he was no he had another boy he was going to shoot himself in the head and the army comes down and saves the day and he looks at his family just two minutes earlier he shot his family that is ending and that was pretty bad and he just doubled as insurance premium the day before so I'm not sure about that good point good point well you got to follow the clues all the money out of money what they say all right back after this at the bottom of the hour we're going to have your comedian Taylor Tomlinson very very very funny comedian she has a new stand up special it's on Netflix but talk to her Stephen Hammond in Holland yeah about spring break talking about pandemics and thinking I do not want to get on a team can and fly anywhere with a bunch of Sneezy people I have your answer cook and Reeves van sales and rental any kind of vacation spring break coming up big games tailgating prom big dances so I took a tour and climbed inside one of the nine passenger luxury vans by the way to rent one of these for a week significantly less than you're gonna pay for eight people on an airplane and then you're gonna have a vehicle when you get where you're going and there's a twenty nine inch TV so if you're watching pandemic movies in the van it's like an I. Max or something in that size vehicle but its luxury video game portals individual headphones great sound system and plenty of room for everybody so eight people maybe you've got a bunch of kids that want to go this is the perfect thing and cooking Reeves can hook you up there on Dixie highway heading toward fort knocks off the waters and literally the first left they have larger vans if you have church gathering sports teams fifteen passenger vans as well and if you like these vans and you think this would really come in handy for a large family you can buy them as well gently used for a lot less money they also deal in wheelchair transportation vans as well if unfortunately you're in a situation where a family member needs that you can buy one of those gently used as well that's cook and dreams they have a lot of people that do this every year so not a ton of availability on the vans you want to give me a call soon four four seven eight two five five four four seven eight two five five cook and the Reeves vans dot com hi it's Jamie progressives number one number two employee leave a message at the hi Jamie it's you Jamie.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"See handling setting the articles of impeachment decided political analysts say by withholding the articles below she's putting the GOP led Senate on trial right along side president trump in the court of public opinion the delay will give Democrats more time to play Majority Leader McConnell won't hold a fair trial something that could force pro impeachment votes from GOP moderates like millions of Susan Collins you toss but Robbie and Barbara Makowski of Alaska the pressure will also be on boulder opal senators like Cory Gardner Colorado and Martha make Sally of Arizona to vote for impeachment or risk losing their seats in next year's election buy a new report president drop is agreed to give the state of the union address to a joint session of Congress February fourth the president accepted the formal invitation from house speaker Nancy Pelosi who sent him a letter the invitation was extended just two days after the house of representatives adopted two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump as Senate impeachment trial is expected to begin in January but no date has been set White House correspondent recollect and the Democratic National Committee is issued even more stringent debate qualification restrictions the DNC's sixth debate featured only seven of the parties ten active candidates not counting Michael Bloomberg as for next month's debate qualifiers will need to meet a higher five to seven percent level in polls and unique donor levels above two hundred twenty five thousand above a thousand it at least twenty states given DNC chair Prez's promise to give all a fair shot at the limelight the sharp exchange between candidates worn and booted judge Thursday night revealed a divine whether the party prefers a champion of solely small dollar anti corporate funding was someone who also accepts traditional large money funding George ones on the reporting judge Friday revoke the grazing permit for to ranchers to white and Stephen Hammond who were pardoned last year by president trump an.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"As simple as he had laid sending articles of impeachment the Senate political analysts say by withholding the articles photos he's putting the GOP led Senate on trial right along side president trump in the court of public opinion the delay will give Democrats more time to play Majority Leader McConnell won't hold a fair trial something that could force pro impeachment votes from GOP moderates like millions of Susan Collins you toss but Robbie and Barbara Makowski of Alaska the pressure will also be on boulder opal senators like Cory Gardner Colorado and Martha make Sally of Arizona to vote for impeachment or risk losing their seats in next year's election buy new reporting president drop is agreed to give the state of the union address to a joint session of Congress February fourth the president accepted the formal invitation from house speaker Nancy Pelosi who sent him a letter the invitation was extended just two days after the house of representatives adopted two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump as Senate impeachment trial is expected to begin in January but no date has been set White House correspondent recollect and the Democratic National Committee is issued even more stringent debate qualification restrictions the DNC's six debate featured only seven of the parties ten active candidates not counting Michael Bloomberg as for next month's debate qualifiers will need to meet a higher five to seven percent level in polls and unique donor levels above two hundred twenty five thousand above a thousand it at least twenty states given DNC chair Prez's promise to give all a fair shot at the limelight the sharp exchange between candidates Warren and booted judge Thursday night revealed a divine whether the party prefers a champion of solely small dollar anti corporate funding was someone who also accepts traditional large money funding George ones on the reporting judge Friday revoke the grazing permit for to ranchers to white and Stephen Hammond who were pardoned last year by president trump an.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Of artists like prince and David Bowie it was a chaotic crushing and exultant Cajun music will play some of the decade stand out songs some from bay area artists too and we want to hear what songs you found yourself playing on repeat please when you love affair do you live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens just days after announcing the house vote to impeach speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited president trump to deliver the state of the union address on February fourth is in Paris Claudia chrysalis reports from said yes it is customary for the speaker of the house to invite the president to deliver a state of the union address before a joint session of Congress in a letter speaker Pelosi wrote that the invitation comes in the spirit of respecting the constitution she notes that it is a ritual rooted in a system of checks and balances set forth by the founders of the Republic NPR's cloudy for solace reporting health insurers providing coverage under obamacare are now required to send patients a separate bill for premiums that would cover abortion services more from NPR sermon cannon the trump administration rule is being praised by groups who oppose abortion rights they've argued that patients who buy health insurance through the federal marketplace should be able to opt out of paying for abortion coverage in a statement the anti abortion rights group the Susan B. Anthony list calls the rule an important victory for consumers and taxpayers meanwhile abortion rights groups warned that the change will confuse patients and make providing abortion coverage increasingly cumbersome for insurers a statement from Planned Parenthood says the move is part of a larger effort by the trump administration to put up barriers to abortion access the rule was first proposed last year it's scheduled to take effect in late February Serra McCammon NPR news NASA's test mission foreign on manned capsule design ferry astronauts to the international space station is being cut short as W. M. at these Brendan Byrne reports the Boeing star liners maiden flight from Cape Canaveral ended up in the wrong orbit about thirty minutes after lift off the capsules on board clock malfunctioned causing the spacecraft's computer to fire its engines in correctly and preventing the starliner from rendezvousing with the station NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein says had astronauts been on board today starliner flight they would have been safe and could have taken control of the vehicle and in fact had they been in there we very well may be orbiting or we we maybe docking with the international space station tomorrow had they been and the space craft Boeing says the vehicle is in a stable orbit and will land in white sands New Mexico in about two days SpaceX another commercial company working with NASA successfully conducted on crew test flight to the station back in March for NPR news I'm Brendan Byrne at the Kennedy Space Center a federal judge has revoked the grazing permit of to cattle ranchers convicted of setting fires that burned about a hundred and forty acres of federal land in two thousand twelve father and son Dwight and Stephen Hammond were granted a ten year at last year prompting a challenge by a coalition of environmental groups the Hammons were initially sentenced to minimal terms and released in twenty sixteen a judge sent them back to prison to complete the federal mandatory minimum sentence of five years for arson president trump pardon the Hammons last year you're listening to NPR news British prime minister Boris Johnson has overcome one hurdle for his plan to lead this nation out of the European Union within a matter of weeks the house of Commons has approved Johnson's brexit plan which now goes to the house of lords where it's almost certain to become law Britain is now on course to leave the EU by the end of January underscoring the landslide victory for Johnson's Conservative Party and elections held earlier this month the chief prosecutor of the international criminal court is calling for an investigation into suspected war crimes in the Palestinian territories commercials has more from Brussels ICC chief prosecutor for two been students says the preliminary probe she began in twenty fifteen has provided enough evidence to convince her that further investigation is warranted I am satisfied that war crimes have been or are being committed in the west bank including East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip then students as an investigation would serve the interests of justice but it's complicated Israel is not a member of the international court and challenges the court's jurisdiction over the Palestinian territories while the Palestinian leadership requested the probe and is a member of the court Israel argues only a sovereign state can request ICC involvement the prosecutor is asking the courts judges to clarify its jurisdiction friend here news I'm teri Schultz the US department of agriculture says its removal condo from an online list of US trading partners what kind is a make believe country that's home to Marvel superhero Black Panther featured in comic books and a two thousand eighteen blockbuster movie I'm she Stevens NPR news in Washington support for NPR comes from the Conrad N. 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"stephen hammond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm she Stevens just days after announcing the house vote to impeach speaker Nancy Pelosi has invited president trump to deliver the state of the union address on February fourth is in Paris Claudia chrysalis reports from said yes it is customary for the speaker of the house to invite the president to deliver a state of the union address before a joint session of Congress in a letter speaker Pelosi wrote that the invitation comes in the spirit of respecting the constitution she notes that it is a ritual rooted in a system of checks and balances set forth by the founders of the Republic NPR's cloudy for solace reporting health insurers providing coverage under obamacare are now required to send patients a separate bill for premiums that would cover abortion services more from NPR sermon cannon the trump administration rule is being praised by groups who oppose abortion rights they've argued that patients who buy health insurance through the federal marketplace should be able to opt out of paying for abortion coverage in a statement the anti abortion rights group the Susan B. Anthony list calls the rule an important victory for consumers and taxpayers meanwhile abortion rights groups warned that the change will confuse patients and make providing abortion coverage increasingly cumbersome for insurers a statement from Planned Parenthood says the move is part of a larger effort by the trump administration to put up barriers to abortion access the rule was first proposed last year it's scheduled to take effect in late February Serra McCammon NPR news NASA's test mission foreign on manned capsule design ferry astronauts to the international space station is being cut short as W. M. at these Brendan Byrne reports the Boeing star liners maiden flight from Cape Canaveral ended up in the wrong orbit about thirty minutes after lift off the capsules on board clock malfunction causing the spacecraft's computer to fire its engines in correctly and preventing the starliner from rendezvousing with the station NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein says had astronauts been on board today starliner flight they would have been safe and could have taken control of the vehicle and in fact had they been in there we very well may be orbiting or we we maybe docking with the international space station tomorrow had they been in the space craft Boeing says the vehicle is in a stable orbit and will land in white sands New Mexico in about two days SpaceX another commercial company working with NASA successfully conducted in on crew test flight to the station back in March for NPR news I'm Brendan Byrne at the Kennedy Space Center a federal judge has revoked the grazing permit of to cattle ranchers convicted of setting fires that burned about a hundred and forty acres of federal land in two thousand twelve father and son Dwight and Stephen Hammond were granted a ten year for at last year prompting a challenge by a coalition of environmental groups the Hammonds were initially sentenced to minimal terms and released in twenty sixteen the judge sent them back to prison to complete the federal mandatory minimum sentence of five years for arson president trump pardon the Hammons last year you're listening to NPR news British prime minister Boris Johnson has overcome one hurdle for his plan to lead this nation out of the European Union within a matter of weeks the house of Commons has approved Johnson's brexit plan which now goes to the house of lords where it's almost certain to become law Britain is now on course to leave the EU by the end of January underscoring the landslide victory for Johnson's Conservative Party and elections held earlier this month the chief prosecutor of the international criminal court is calling for an investigation into suspected war crimes in the Palestinian territories commercials has more from Brussels ICC chief prosecutor for two been suited says the preliminary probe she began in twenty fifteen has provided enough evidence to convince her that further investigation is warranted I am satisfied that war crimes have been or are being committed in the west bank including East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip then students as an investigation would serve the interests of justice but it's complicated Israel is not a member of the international court and challenges the court's jurisdiction over the Palestinian territories while the Palestinian leadership requested the probe and is a member of the court Israel argues only a sovereign state can request ICC involvement the prosecutor is asking the courts judges to clarify its jurisdiction friend here news I'm teri Schultz the US department of agriculture says its removal condo from an online list of US trading partners what kind is a make believe country that's home to Marvel superhero Black Panther featured in comic books and the two thousand eighteen blockbuster movie I'm she Stevens NPR news.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on KOMO

"Millions to clean up contaminated sites in the northwest. It's part of their brownfield grants program, which aims to clean up hazardous sites from environmental pollution in western Washington. Several neighborhoods in Olympia will be cleaned up as well as the site. Of the former northern state hospital campus in Cedra, Woolley other sites include Spokane's university district along the spine cabin river and arsenic, cleanup in Wenatchee. Well, environmental groups in Oregon are suing to prevent father and son. Ranchers who are at the center of a recent armed standoff from getting grazing permits almost Kelly, Blair reports on what the judge decided ranches, Dwight and Stephen Hammond serve time for setting fires on federal pastures in eastern, Oregon. And they became a consul up for Ryan Ammon. Bundy over federal unused decisions and policies in two thousand sixteen these brothers took over the malheur national wildlife refuge, in eastern, Oregon protest. But now the Hammonds have been issued new grazing permits by interior secretary Ryan Zinke just before he left the Trump administration environmental groups sued claiming that the Hammonds pass violations should prevent them from getting these grazing permits. The federal judge in Oregon has granted a temporary restraining order, and we'll revisit the issue later this month. Ali Bleier, KOMO news. It was seventy five years ago, tomorrow that veterans stormed. The beaches of Normandy France on d day today and. This is lightning lightning over the coast of Europe. Glazing downrightly now. Come out. Guy is right. The glittering that. Suva. Captain, kind moving, and the great shift in the background lazing away.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on KOMO

"Francisco with mental illness and drug addiction. We'll be forced into treatment even if they don't want it come Charlie Harker tells us, there are calls for a similar approach here in Seattle much, like, Seattle, San Francisco is struggling with a large homeless population. Many of whom don't want help under this new. Ordinance people with severe mental illness and addiction issues will be forced into treatment in his Seattle is dying special. Komo's Eric Johnson founded a similar approach in Rhode Island. Kevin Tanguay says, I wasn't arrested I was rescued steel into. Yeah. That's, that's my main thing, what I do shoplift, Amish shoplifter, critics say, they worry about civil rights violations, and where you can't force someone to get help San Francisco's. Mayor says it's inhumane to let people suffer on the streets. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Tens of thousands or more could soon be eligible for overtime pay. If the state follows through with the proposed rule change. More from komo's Jeff Pohjola at the moment employers can designate workers as exempt or salary and unless they make less than twenty four thousand a year. They're ineligible for overtime pay the state wants to raise that threshold to eighty thousand employer. They'll pay less than thousand new super minimum wage could pay you. Fifty thousand but he worked beyond forty hours a week they have to pay your time in hat. That's David groves, the Washington labor council for the association of Washington business opposes the measure, saying it will have a drastic effect on small businesses and nonprofits, if approved it will still be several months. The least before the rule can take effect Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. A word of warning for small business owners scam artists are posing as potential new clients to steal your private information. David Quinlan with the Better Business Bureau says the scammers use Email to target their victims, either click on a link could be militias and then suddenly, they have now we're under computer or it takes into a website where they fill out information for a request for proposal that often includes, your banking information. Quinlan says doing online, search to make sure the company is legit and you can find more information at BBB dot org. A federal judge in Oregon, blocking the grazing permits issue to father and son group of ranchers, who were at the center of an armed standoff over public lands. Stephen Hammond were granted the permits by interior secretary rain Zinke, just before he left the Trump administration. The Hammond served jail time for setting fires on their federal lands in eastern, Oregon. Twenty sixteen. Ryan, Ammon Bundy took over the national wildlife refuge in eastern, Oregon, and part show, their support for the Hammonds environmental groups sued to prevent the Hammonds from giving this permits coming up after sports. Wait, what did I just eat? I'm Brian Calvert with the manmade substance being found in food and water and the risks involved. Wow. Okay. Four ten freaked out. No, that's my appetite. Bill Swartz is here at the Harley exteriors dinner table. He and MU injuries apart of sports and the two time defending champ, Golden State Warriors have their share for tonight's game three of the NBA finals in oaktown, Kevin Durant still out, kevon looney out the rest of the series and former w cougar Klay Thompson, very questionable tonight with a strained Hammy you know, could be a logger series. So there's.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on KOMO

"Komo's MandA factor says scam artists are now posing as potential clients to steal your private information. These scammers are sending emails that either have you click on a link that puts Melwert on your computer or directly to a website to provide information for a phony request for proposal. David Quinlan with the Better Business Bureau has some tips on how to protect yourself, Google the company website, or the person's website if they have one on there to see if it's a legitimate company reach out to the official contact if the person is a little shady saying they're out of the country or they're not really being transparent about who they are. That's a red flag. For more on this current scam. Checkout. BBB dot org. Manda factor, KOMO news. Environmental groups in Oregon are suing to prevent father and son. Ranchers who were at the center of a recent armed standoff from getting grazing permits. Komo's Kelly Blair reports on what the judge decided ranch. Dwight and Stephen Hammond served time for setting fires on federal pastures in eastern, Oregon. And they became a consul up for Ryan and Ammon Bundy over federal use decisions and policies in two thousand sixteen these brothers took over the malheur national wildlife refuge, in eastern, Oregon protests. But now the Hammonds have been issued new grazing permits by interior secretary Ryan Zinke just before he left the Trump administration environmental groups sued claiming that the Hammonds pass violations should prevent them from getting these grazing permits. The federal judge Oregon has granted a temporary restraining order, and we'll revisit the issue later this month. Kelly Bleier, KOMO news brings us to three ten and the Harley exterior sports desk. Bill Swartz is here. What's going on Bill afternoon? Rick, with a four game losing streak in tow, the Mariners take the homefield at seven ten tonight against Houston. They've dropped the first two games of the Astro series including last night's eleven to five setback veteran, right handers on the mound tonight. Mike leake for Seattle. Brad peacock. Houston. The mariner bullpen is so thin. They've called up a young prospect, Gerson, Batista off the sixty day deal and last night starter. Andrew more goes back down to Tacoma, Golden State is home tonight but injury riddled for game three of the NBA finals against Toronto the warriors without Kevin. Durant Klay Thompson game time decision. They still have Steph curry, and deep bench, whoever's out there on the floor just for like you know you can't help us win the game. And, and a lot of guys showed that resiliency in game two and it's going to have to continue for us to get three more wins. Speaking of Steph curry, he loves to shoot the long ball, the three point line is moving back in college basketball today. The NC double A playing rules oversight panel approved moving the arc to twenty two feet one and three quarter inches. The three point line for college men's basketball right now is twenty feet nine inches from the basket out to the top of the arc. So this is more uniform. The international district thirty minutes away, which college football team in America has the best. Uniforms, sports updates at ten and forty after Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies, KOMO news? The Gamecocks probably right depends. That's a little far east. Okay. It was seventy five years ago, tomorrow that veterans stormed. The beaches of Normandy France on d day, and it was a turning point in World War, Two in some of those heroics veterans who are now in their nineties are going back, including herald, Himmelsbach who grew up in Yakima. He spoke with ABC's David Muir, name herald Kimmel's back I was actually grafted into the army when I was eighteen and we.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"It's Greg Brown Brown. He was one of them there caused celebrate. I don't know if that means but it sounds appropriate he's to be on with garrison Keillor quite a bit. And here he is tune called speaking in tongues out, standing up standing and it plays means like tires. Well, I'll turn it a bump music Friday. I'm next speaking in tongues every day between three and six PM eastern standard time. Thank you so much for listening. Appreciate it. What else is going on until tournament bump is you finally got a bunch of more cool stuff coming up straight ahead. I posted a piece on Facebook, feckless reference, it down a little bit here. Those cattle ranchers, Oregon remember that we bought this news, the were grazing that what they were doing a controlled burn wrenches have been doing it for hundred thousand years, ranchers that went out pioneered, the west so that we could be American have the greatest stuff and all of mankind with beef and cattle sheep. Whatever the guys that really went out and pie in near pioneered America. And they they've been doing this for a couple of three hundred years, whatever more since I'm cases. But anyway, they were doing what ranchers do that, say, you know, that whole area over there that needs to be controlled, it's getting overgrown, we're gonna burn it out. And they did. And it star. I think some piece of federal land on fire picnic area, something like that. I'm talking about Dwight and Stephen Hammond and sparked a forty one day standoff. Remember that, and who sent Obama was still infesting, the White House? Well anyway, let's cut to the chase. Trump, just pardon, these guys, Donald Trump just pardoned. These guys this is extremely..

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:33 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning. President Trump says he'll meet China's president next month as a trade war escalates. China's foreign ministry warns do not underestimate us. It's morning edition from NPR news. What does the US think is in the minds of Chinese leaders in this hour? We question of China's specialist who is advised the president. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I made till Martin. We'll also look at new restrictions on exporting tech to China. Supreme court Justice Steven Brier appears to issue a rare warning to conservative members of the court law. So here about an effort to prevent the opioid crisis from pulling families apart and podcast magic from our NPR student challenge. It is Tuesday may fourteenth they'll make George Lucas during seventy five. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. This morning's Wall Street stock futures suggest they'll bounce back at the opening bell stocks plunged more than two percent on Monday after China announced it would increase retaliatory tariffs. But at the White House last night. President Trump sounded optimistic about resolving the US trade dispute with China. NPR's? Giles Snyder explains President Trump singled out Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin at the dinner for embassador and other members of the diplomatic corps from Muslim countries. Fevers got back from China. Well, let you know about three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. You never really know. Right. But I have a feeling it's going to be very successful. Earlier. President Trump said he will talk with Chinese president Xi Jinping during a group of twenty summit in Japan late next month saying he expects a fruitful meeting. His remarks follow Monday side on Wall Street after China announced plans to impose higher tariffs on a wide range of American products in retaliation for the administration's latest moves to hike tariffs on Chinese products trial, Snyder NPR news, Washington, the Alabama state Senate is expected to take up a measure later today that would ban all abortions unless the mother's health is in danger. Kyle Gasa Detroit public radio reports. State Senate, Democrats and Republicans are arguing over an amendment to the Bill. The last time the Alabama Senate attempted to debate the Bill chaos broke out and lawmakers from both sides began shouting over each other the democratic minority is pushing for an amendment which adds an exemption for rape or. Or incest. Planned Parenthood southeast CEO. Stacey Faulk says Republicans are dead set on an unconstitutional ban. And Dell sponsor said that she would not in favor of this amendment. And you know, multiple speakers said, please do not amend this Bill it as is the Bill was proposed with the goal of creating direct legal challenge to the nine hundred seventy three supreme court decision in Roe v. Wade which legalized abortion in the United States for NPR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Montgomery, Alabama. North Korea is demanding the return of its coal ship seized by the US for violating international sanctions NPR's. Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul the cargo ship is currently docked in American Samoa. The Justice department said last Thursday that the US had seized the ship in North Korea has remained silent about it. Until now come young says that the seizure, violates US commitments made it a summit in Singapore. Last June to upgrade bilateral ties Pyongyang called the seizure of brigandage act and said the ship should be returned. Once NPR's Anthony Kuhn the messaging app. What's app is urging all its users to upgrade the latest version of the app. That's after reports surfaced that what's app users could be exposed to militias spyware that could eavesdrop on them without their knowledge. What's app is owned by online platform Facebook. Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. You're listening to NPR. Montana. Governor Steve Bullock has declared. He is running for the democratic presidential nomination in twenty twenty. There are now more than twenty Democrats running for the nomination. Bullock, a two term governor points out that he was reelected to office in his state, even though President Trump carried Montana by more than twenty points. Environmental groups are suing the federal government over its decision to let to Oregon ranchers graze cattle on the same public land. They were convicted of burning as Oregon public broadcasting, Emily Cureton reports Dwight and Stephen Hammond were pardoned by President Trump prison sentences for the father son duo set off protests that led to a standoff at the Malaya national wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen President Trump pardon the Hammonds last year after which the now former interior secretary Ryan Zinke reinstated their right to graze cattle on more than twenty thousand acres near the refuge, this reversed twenty four. Eighteen decision to revoke the family's grazing permits after a jury found they set fires on federal lands without authorization now several environmental groups are suing the federal government their lawsuit claims grazing permit holders must have a satisfactory performance record, not a criminal one for NPR news. I'm Emily Cureton bend, Oregon, the national weather service notes that major US rivers remain high such as the Mississippi and the Missouri the services that a new weather system will drop more rain on parts of Texas by tomorrow. This weather system move toward the eastern Gulf states later this week, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Staples with prince and marketing solutions for business, including presentations manuals and banners more Staples stores or Staples dot com. Staples and the listeners who support this NPR station. As the US China trade were escalates morning edition. Ho Steve Inskeep is going to talk with President Trump's China expert. He's the author of a book entitled the hundred year marathon, China's secret strategy to replace a miracle as the global superpower that interview featuring NPR Steve Inskeep is just ahead. Also, a head on morning edition expert on Cuba's new US sanctions against that country are not going to break the current regime, but there are signs. The sanctions are having an impact as food shortages in.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KCRW

"In retaliation for the administration's latest moves to hike tariffs on Chinese products soil Snyder NPR news, Washington, the Alabama state Senate is expected to take up a measure later today that would ban all abortions unless the mother's health is in danger. Kyle Gaceta Troy public radio reports. State Senate, Democrats and Republicans are arguing over an amendment to the Bill. The last time the Alabama Senate attempted to debate the Bill chaos broke out and lawmakers from both sides began shouting over each other the democratic minority is pushing for an amendment which adds an exemption for rape or. Incest. Planned Parenthood southeast CEO. Stacey Faulk says Republicans are dead set on an unconstitutional ban and sponsor said that she would not in favor of this amendment. And you know, multiple speaker said please do not amend this Bill that as is the Bill was proposed with the goal of creating direct legal challenge to the nineteen. Seventy three supreme court decision in Roe v. Wade which legalized abortion in the United States for NPR news. I'm Kyle Gasset in Montgomery, Alabama. North Korea is demanding the return of it's Kohl's ship seized by the US for violating international sanctions NPR's. Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul the cargo ship is currently docked in American Samoa. The Justice department said last Thursday that the US sees this ship in North Korea has remained silent about it. Until now cone young says that the seizure, violates US commitments made it a summit in Singapore. Last June to upgrade bilateral ties Pyongyang called the seizure brigandage act and said the ship should be returned at one. Once NPR's Anthony Kuhn the messaging app. What's app is urging all its users to upgrade to the latest version of the app. That's after reports surfaced that what's app users could be exposed to malicious spyware that could eavesdrop on them without their knowledge. What's app is owned by online platform Facebook. Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. You're listening to NPR. Montana. Governor Steve Bullock has declared. He is running for the democratic presidential nomination in twenty twenty. There are now more than twenty Democrats running for the nomination book, a two term governor points out that he was re elected to office in his state, even though President Trump carried Montana by more than twenty points. Environmental groups are suing the federal government over its decision to let to Oregon ranchers graze cattle on the same public land. They were convicted of burning as Oregon public broadcasting's, Emily Cureton reports. Dwight and Stephen Hammond were parted by President Trump prison sentences for the father son duo set off protests that led to a standoff at the mall. You're national wildlife refuge in twenty sixteen. President Trump pardon the Hammonds last year after which the now former interior secretary Ryan Zinke reinstated their right to graze cattle on more than twenty thousand acres near the refuge this reverse to twenty four. Eighteen decision to revoke the family's grazing permits after a jury found they set fires on federal lands without authorization now several environmental groups are suing the federal government their lawsuit claims grazing permit holders must have a satisfactory performance record, not a criminal one for NPR news. I'm Emily.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"It's all things considered from NPR news. Audie cornish. And I'm Ari Shapiro. Coming up move to end rules in Paul force women to sleep in special huts during menstruation. The. One buffalo cost twenty thousand rupees if it dies because of misleading woman touched it the government going to pay for that reaction. Among local leaders news. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Wayne Brown. Stocks fell sharply across the board today as investors reacted to the escalating trade dispute between the US and China both sides digging in today. Beijing retaliated with sixty billion dollars worth of tariffs on US imported goods after President Trump move last week to boost import taxes on Chinese goods we had to deal with China. It was ninety five percent there. And then my representatives they went to China, and they were told the things that were fully agreed to we're not going to get any more. They're going to unagreed to that's not acceptable. Trump says he's preparing to add new tariffs on Chinese goods that weren't already the target of import duties. He downplayed the cost of the tariffs on US consumers arguing that China will pay the lion. Share even though most studies suggest consumers and businesses will face the brunt of the increases actress, Felicity. Huffman faces four months in prison after pleading guilty today to paying a bribe to help her daughter get into college from member station. W B you are in Boston. Jerome Campbell reports. Prosecutors say have been paid fifteen thousand dollars. So her daughter could take the SAT in a private location with extra time and approximately corrected. The answers afterwards Huffman cried in court as she entered her plea and said that her daughter did not know about this game. Federal prosecutors are recommending the health may be sentenced to four months in federal prison, plus a twenty thousand dollar fine. And a year of supervise release Huffman is one of about a dozen parents have pleaded or agreed to plead guilty to charges stemming from the admissions cheating scandal for NPR news. I'm Joan Campbell in Boston technology, stocks were among the big losers and abroad selloff on Wall Street today. Shares of ride hailing service Uber tumbled another eleven percent on its first day of trading following a rocky debut Hooper's revenue last year searched forty-two percent. But the company admits it could be years before turn to. This is NPR environmental groups have filed a lawsuit over a decision to allow to Oregon ranchers to graze cattle on the same public land. They were convicted of burning as Oregon public broadcasting's. Emily Cureton tells us do I Stephen Hammond were pardoned by President Trump prison sentences for the father son duo set off protests that led to a standoff at the mall. You're national wildlife refuge in twenty sixteen. President Trump pardon the Hammonds last year after which the now former interior secretary Ryan Zinke reinstated their right to graze cattle on more than twenty thousand acres near the refuge. This verse to twenty fourteen decision to revoke the family's grazing permits after a jury found they set fires on federal lands without authorization now several environmental groups are suing the federal government their lawsuit claims grazing permit holders must have a satisfactory performance record, not a criminal one for NPR news. I'm Emily curate. Tune in bend, Oregon, they centers for disease control and prevention says the number of new measles cases is grown at a steady pace for several weeks. Now there have been eight hundred thirty nine cases reported in twenty three straight state. So far, the CDC says the majority of people who have gotten measles this year were unvaccinated travelers continue to bring the disease into the US where it can spread when it.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:03 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"West coast city are looking at a map of the United States where the Minnesota caldians are complaining again, it's a little nippy. It's a little nippy. All of Minnesota's twenty degrees below zero right now as of seven AM their time, twenty degrees below zero all of it. One hundred percent of Minnesota. That is also true of North Dakota. It is not true of any other state, excuse me. Wisconsin is one hundred percent at twenty degrees below or lower. And you know, whenever this happens. The Minnesota called people just start telling talking about, you know, having no windows on the north facing side. I went snowmobiling when it was twenty four degrees below zero on lake Minnetonka. Honestly these Wimpy people any event, stay indoors. Hugh Hewitt Show. It's the triple play Senator day. We have senators Tom cotton of Arkansas Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma. Joining us got trucker and Vivian Salomo journalists from the Washington Examiner and the Wall Street Journal respectively. Dean Pete Peterson of the graduate school of public policy. PGA has declared bankruptcy overnight because they're the gas and electric, it's the largest utility. In the United States. I believe and they can't pay for the fires. They've started. And what this means if anything for California will cover that a lot of news out there as I said, the coldest Aaron decades arrives in the mid west today with life threatening wind chills and all seriousness. Stay inside four police. Officers were shot in Houston. Two suspects were killed in a drug bust or a drug arrests gone, very very badly. But none of the officers are dead. No further injuries critical stable condition to two of then expected to make a full recovery. Pray for all four fifth option sustained a knee injury. But was not shot. It was in the seventy eight block of if you're a Houston person listing early this morning and your boys and men and women in blue are in need of your prayers. The state of the Union's gone forward on February fifth. President Trump is accepted speaker Pelosi's invitation, meanwhile, the biggest story of the year the Trump administration has announced sanctions targeting Venezuela's oil industry as they keep up the pressure on Madero to get out the thug club. Putin and the PR of Turkey and Cuba. They're still supporting Madero. But now we've turned out the oil as well as access to the money reading from the Washington Post, the Trump administration on Monday escalated, its efforts to force Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro from power blocking all US revenue Venezuela's national oil company calling on members of its armed forces to switch their allegiance to the man. The United States now recognize Venezuela. Head of state any attempt to harm you a match in Venezuela or violence against the newly recognized got president one guide out quote will be met with a significant response. White House national security adviser John Bolton said he declined to find that response quote because we want the Venezuelan security forces to know how strongly we think that president guide. Oh, the national simply the opposition. And most importantly, American personnel should not be harmed President Trump quotas made it very clear that all options are on the table. John Bolton was carrying a yellow, Pat. On. It was written five thousand troops to Colombia. He didn't say that. It was written on yellow, Pat. But he made sure that the pad was available for John Bolton does nothing by mistake. Ambassador Bolton as a friend of mine. I know John Bolton I've worked with John Bolton John Bolton. There's no Ben Rhodes. Right. So when John Bolton comes out and says all options are on the table all options are on the table. The top sanctions come at a time of crisis. When Madero is reeling. And the generals are considering what do we do? I mean, I don't actually know how Madero sleeps. He's gotta be afraid someone's going to come in. And do the old Stalin thing on the ball of the back of the neck. And I don't know how the Cubans are sleeping because this happened before in Grenada and Panama the drug people aren't sleeping because they remember back in the day when the Americans dropped from the sky. And so it's a it's a warning Madero get out get to keep a fighter bolthole admirals and generals the Venezuelan armed forces. Wake up buddy, your time is at an end get some money together. Get your bags are gold drive to a border somewhere took a plane to Mexico. You got all holes. Get out because the world is turned and led by real Donald Trump on Twitter. Why way and top executive face criminal charges in the US? The Justice department unveiled sweeping charges Monday against the Chinese telecom firm Weiwei, and it's chief financial officer outlining decade-long decade-long attempt by the company to steal trade secrets obstruct a criminal investigation invade economic sanctions on Iran that is according to the New York Times Great Britain today begins its next most recent Brexit debate. And in a surprising, turn Theresa May's opening the debate in parliament this afternoon, she will be offering her plan B, which some say sound like a warmed over planet which lost by two hundred and forty votes, but which some hope couldn't Liam Fox is very solid. Tori will include a backstop amendment that actually persuades the EU to that. This is not going to work unless they get rid of the backstop. The times of London this morning, the Tory rebels reject May's plan being. Prime minister will whip Tori MP's that means, of course, not what try to get them to vote tonight for demand to replace the Irish backstop with an alternative arrangement. Mrs may hopes if she succeeds it will give her a mandate to wring concessions from Brussels over the most controversial element of the divorce deal allies admit, however that she can only hope to reduce the scale of defeat from the historic loss inflicted two weeks ago. When the original deal was crushed by two hundred thirty bucks. I'm sorry. It was two hundred thirty to forty. She revealed her plan at a parliamentary party meeting last night at which to remain cabinet members accuser at betting the house and attempt to court the heartbreak fashion without prior consultation failure could leave her fatally exposed to across party moved to take control the Brexit timetable and present a no deal exit on March twenty nine which is led by Labor's Yvette Cooper, and the Tory Nick balls, the prime minister will attempt to drain support for MS Cooper's amendment by promising MP's. They will have another chance to rent such an exit by February thirteenth. Without the threat of deal. Brexit news may will lose vital leverage in any discussions with Brussels. With Brussels hard Brexit ears. Thank the amendment being offered is too vague press miss may to commit to a wholesale renegotiated the withdrawal agreement. Something Brussels was repeatedly ruled out Mrs Maes ally. Say that the hardliners demands reveal their true goal of a no deal. Brexit late last night senior brigadiers in backers of MS may deal delivered released. Details of what they claim could be a compromise to break the deadlock under the plan, which has been called the Malthouse compromise after kit Malthouse, the housing minister who brought the two opposing factions together the Twenty-one transition period would be extended while the future. Relationship was agreed the plan. It's been discussed between Steve Baker and Jacob REEs. Mogg be member of the European research group and NICKY Morgan and Stephen Hammond, his is males deal. The proposal would also involve the president backing backstopping replaced with a safety net, guaranteed continued. Trade with no tariffs to allow both parties prepared to trade on World Trade Organization. Terms should a future relationship impossible to negotiate. Mr Baker said the plan would allow Britain to leave e you on time. And with a functioning government, MS Morgan told the tape programme on BBC radio that this plan showed a vast majority of conservative MP's, perhaps with the DUP could get into the same lobby to say the issue is the backstop. That's interesting. And the government would listen to them. Insisted that its MP's voted for the Brady amendment. The government would be able to offer more than reassuring letters would be able to reopen. The withdrawal agreement to seek a legally binding text so watch that tonight acting attorney general, Matt. Whittaker said that the Muller investigation has been in weeks of winding up believe it when I see it is Rayleigh scientists we have a clay we we'll have a cure for cancer within a year. We will have a care for cancer with any year. Joy, scientists said that and a whole bunch of anti Israel people in in Iran, and the HAMAs and Hezbollah with cancer suddenly said, maybe we will destroy the Jewish state into years not next year. Maybe we will wait one more year because there are very close at accelerated evolution biotechnologies under the leadership of CEO iron island morale. To treatment called Matata. Would you like potato combination of cancer targeting peptide toxin that will specifically kill cancer cells the treatment will eventually be personalized as specific cocktail drugs giving the patients based on the type of cancer they have Moto that's going to be the word of the year. If it's right. Apple turns out, it's got a bug. People can turn FaceTime into a party line. Without you knowing it. So don't FaceTime your financial details. People. I got a couple more stories coming back after the break. But it's a it's a news busy day. But it's the day of three senators. I also have a Washington Post column on entitled simply congress could make a grand bargain at the border. If they want. If you Google Hugh Hewitt in Washington Post, you'll find it. It'll be up on the front page of the Washington Post before long congress could make a grand bargain at the border possible. They will tell you about it. When we come back. Don't go anywhere America. It is January. What is it today? The twenty ninth January twenty nine twenty eight nineteen twenty was telling me in my ear with January.

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She needed to treat her diabetes and instead began to reckon her medicine coming says launched an investigation into drug companies pricing practices, the Senate hearing focused on how government programs like Medicare and Medicaid can reduce drug costs. Alison kodjak, NPR news, Washington. Then as well. As embattled President Nicolas Maduro says he's ready to hold talks with his opponents, under international mediation, as NPR's Lucian, Kim reports material has told a Russian state news agency that a dispute over his leadership could be resolved in the coming hours. Nncholas Maduro told Russia's Rian Novus news agency, he sending out letters to governments that support national dialogue in Venezuela. He said he's spoken on the phone with a number of presidents and foreign ministers and is hoping for what he called good results. Madero is an standoff with opposition leader one guy DOE who. From a number of countries, including the US recognize as Venezuela's legitimate leader. Lucian Kim in Moscow, China's foreign ministry is demanding that the US ease its crackdown on telecom giant wa way and the company's finance chief Joe the case is heightened tensions between Washington and Beijing mung was arrested in Vancouver last month on a US extradition warrant, alleging that she and her company tried to evade US sanctions against Iran and stole trade secrets. You're listening to NPR news. The Trump administration has reinstated grazing privileges for two ranchers involved in the twenty sixteen armed standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge, convicted arsonists Dwight and Stephen Hammond were pardoned by President Trump last year. Amanda, peach reports from the mountain west use bureau the Hammonds grazing permits were revoked after they were sentenced on federal charges for igniting. Fires on public lands. Many ranchers believed the Hammonds when they testified that those fires were to protect their land from invasive species and other wildfires protests over their sentence sparked the 2016 armed occupation in eastern, Oregon. Western ranchers are cheering the decision but environmentalists like Aaron Weiss with the center for western priorities. Says this sends a dangerous message that it's fine. If they break the law because there are no consequences as long as you're a white guy with a don't tread on me flag. The decision to reinstate the Hammonds grazing permits came down from former secretary Ryan Zinke. Just before he left office for NPR news. I'm Amanda featured the nation's largest utility is seeking bankruptcy protection. An anticipation of billions in liabilities from the deadliest wildfire in California history. San Francisco based company peachy and hopes to temporarily shield itself from claims filed by the owners of homes and businesses that burned in the places, California. Fire officials recently cleared PG any of responsibility for the twenty-seven teen wildfire that killed twenty two people and destroyed thousands of structures in California's wine country, I'm Shay Stevens. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include vital projects fund supporting the museum of modern art in Manhattan, where Charles white a retrospective is on view. More info and tickets at MoMA dot org and the listeners who support this NPR station. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro. And I'm Audie Cornish fans and foes of the political consultant Roger stone battled outside of Washington court house today..

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"stephen hammond" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"stephen hammond" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm ari. Shapiro. Cornish. Reality TV rarely handle sexual assault. Thoughtfully last night's episode of the bachelor wasn't exception. When you have so many people watching especially young women that can be valuable to show that these experiences are not only common, but also not something to be ashamed of verse news. Live from NPR news in Culver City, California. I'm Dwayne Brown. British Prime Minister Theresa may want a crucial victory in parliament today to go back to the European Union to renegotiate her Brexit deal. But as NPR's Frank Langfitt tells us the EU says changing the agreement is out of the question. Members of parliament gave the prime minister a boost saying they would backer deal if she could get the EU to change it may will now see concessions on the biggest sticking point the way to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland May's current Brexit deal avoids that by keeping the UK and accustoms arranger with you until they can solve the problem, which may in many MP's fear, the UK could be trapped in for years. The u and the Irish government responded to May's parliamentary victory stating yet again, they would not reopen. The withdrawal agreement after having spent much of the last two years negotiating it. Frank Langfitt, NPR news, the houses of parliament London on Capitol Hill. Congressional democratic leaders are asking Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams. Give the party's official response next week to President Trump state of the union address as NPR. Susan Davis tells us Democrats are looking to energize their base of supporters ahead of the two thousand twenty elections. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer told reporters that he and speaker Nancy Pelosi reached out to Stacey Abrams three weeks ago to ask her to give the democratic response now is very delighted when she agreed. And she is just a great spokesperson. She's an incredible leader Abrahams. Nearly lost the two thousand eighteen race for Georgia governor, but she is widely viewed as a rising star in democratic politics. She is the first black woman to be a major party's nominee for governor. And she's widely expected to run for office. Again, Democrats are calling her to run for the Senate in twenty twenty the state of the union and the rebuttal take place February fifth. Susan davis. NPR news, the capitol stocks finished mixed on Wall Street tech shares dipped ahead of Apple's quarterly report. The fed is widely expected to leave interest rates unchanged on Wednesday. You're listening to NPR. News. The Trump administration has reinstated grazing privileges were ranchers involved in two thousand sixteen standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge, convicted arsonists Dwight and Stephen Hammond were pardoned by President Trump last year. Amanda feature reports from the mountain west news bureau the Hammonds grazing permits were revoked after they were sentenced on federal charges for igniting. Fires on public lands. Many ranchers believed the Hammonds when they testified that those fires were to protect their land from invasive species and other wildfires protest over their sentence sparked the twenty sixteen armed occupation in eastern, Oregon. Western ranchers are cheering the decision but environmentalists like Aaron Weiss with the center for western priorities. Says this sends a dangerous message that it's fine. If they break the law because there are no consequences as long as you're a white guy with a don't tread on me flag. The decision to reinstate the Hammonds grazing permits came down from former secretary Ryan Zinke, just before he left office for NPR news. I'm a man. Feature. Apple has disabled a group chat function in FaceTime. After users reported a software bug could let callers activate another person's microphone remotely the bug comes as an embarrassment for apple which is trying to distinguish itself by stressing its commitment to users privacy apple says, it will have a software fix for users to download later this week stocks finished mixed on Wall Street today. You're listening to.

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Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

Lars Larson

01:20 min | 4 years ago

Oregon ranchers pardoned by Trump arrive home

"The dave ramsey show weekdays at noon on the talk of connecticut w drc this is fox on justice in two thousand fifteen father son pair of oregon ranchers were each sentenced to five years in prison hope to see in five years dwight hammond and his son steven were convicted of deliberately setting fires in an oregon wildlife refuge allegedly to cover up evidence of poaching seems like a bit of an overkill the case sparked weeks of angry and violent protests i think it was all actually ingest from from start to finish supporters of cliven bundy sovereign citizens movement clashed with locals it's sort of frightening when there's people making threats and people touting on afraid but now president trump has pardoned dwight and stephen hammond the whitehouse calling the prison sentences unjust wildlife activists that the pardon sends a bad message but oregon republican congressman greg walden calls it a win for justice with fox on justice hank weinbloom fox news fox onset this week apple's app store turns ten years old launched on july tenth two thousand eight with just five hundred apps available it grew to fifty thousand after just a year and ten years.

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NTSB hearing to look into deadly Amtrak derailment investigation

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:17 min | 4 years ago

NTSB hearing to look into deadly Amtrak derailment investigation

"The way for the valley freeway into downtown bellevue meanwhile south four or five that is also a tough drive from i five through the kirkland area west ninety looking slow through issaquah west five twenty s getting bunched up as you're approaching i five and of course we still have the full closure of i ninety both directions between ellensburg advantage due to wildfires in the area no eta for that reopening are next komo traffic at nine fourteen and the forecast from seth wayne high temperatures push into mid seventies later this afternoon get used body sprinkles out there here and there but overall things are coming down just a bit as we continue to clear things out of high pressure moves in that's going to bring with temperatures in the low eighties wednesday into thursday and those low to mid eighties continue to the weekend at the beginning of next week all right that seth wayne's forecast right now downtown seattle under cloudy skies we've got sixty at nine hundred seven the deadly amtrak train crash near dupont last year we'll be part of a two day hearing in washington dc today at the investigative hearing the ntsb will discuss what led up to the derailment which killed three people the train was going twice the speed limit around the curve when it went off the tracks a lot of train experts say the technology known as positive train control would have slowed the train down but there's been a delay in installing that system president donald trump pardoning to oregon ranchers who had been convicted of arson the prison sentences of dwight and stephen hammond sparked the arm takeover the male here national wildlife refuge in two thousand sixteen jury convicted the hammonds of arson in two thousand twelve prosecutors said the men set fire to destroy evidence of gain violations the mandatory minimum sentence for the charge was five years but a federal judge went against the guidelines and gave them a lighter sentence dwight was sentenced to three months stephen got a year and both got three years of post prison supervision prosecutors appealed their punishment and one and the hammers were re sentenced to five years in federal prison in two thousand sixteen today the white house says the hammonds were imprisoned for a fire quote that leaked onto a small portion of neighboring public grazing land and the white house goes on to say that justices overdue for the hammonds both of whom the white house says or entirely deserving of these grants of executive clemency frank lenzi komo news washington voters expected to vote this fall on an initiative that would prevent local governments from imposing new taxes on groceries eastern washington farmer april clayton helped collect signatures to put i sixteen thirty four on the ballot and talked with a talk show our talk.

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Trump grants clemency to Oregon cattle ranchers whose imprisonment led to armed standoff

Dennis Prager

01:14 min | 4 years ago

Trump grants clemency to Oregon cattle ranchers whose imprisonment led to armed standoff

"A large body of jurisprudence cited by other courts describing him as a judge that other judges read my house correspondent greg clugston reporting all are safe as a team of international divers as rescued all twelve boys and their soccer coach from that flooded cave and thailand they'd been trapped in the cave for eighteen days the thai prime minister heard here through our bbc translator success of this mission came from good cooperation from everyone at all all agencies both thai and foreign the foreign is really pleased and i thank them on behalf of thailand for everything they've done the ministry of foreign affairs to their leaders also issue certificates to thank individual tragically one of the divers dined during the rescue effort a few days ago those who've been rescued or said to me in pretty good shape and in good spirits there hospitalized for medical checkups president trump signed full pardons this morning for oregon cattle ranchers seventy six dwight hammond and his forty nine year old son stephen hammond his long running dispute with the federal government ended with them going to prison for arson for setting fire near their land on bureau of land management acreage the to cattle ranchers convicted of arson in a case it starts the armed occupation of national wildlife refuge in oregon at least one hundred fifty five people have been confirmed dead from the recent heavy rain flooding and mudslides had struck western japan more than fifty or still unaccounted for as of tuesday afternoon most of them in the hardest hit area of hiroshima you're listening to townhall news stocks and options trading involves financial risk and it's not suitable for all investors all your stockbroker and hire yourself i'm scott bauer and.

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