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Carl Reiner, driving force in American comedy, dies at 98
"The Giants of the entertainment industry. Legendary writer actor and director Carl Reiner has died at age 98 at Syracuse University. Dr. Robert Thompson is one of the nation's top pop culture experts. I asked him what comes to mind first when he thinks of Carl Reiner for someone my age. I immediately think of the Dick Van Dyke Show, which not only was he in, but he created it, And he was the real soul behind that program. One of the true classic American Sitcoms of all time. If you're a little older than that, you very well might think of your show of shows one of the great comedies of the Golden Age of television comedy Variety show. He appeared in that and er Caesar's hour as well, You know, working with people like Mel Brooks and Woody Allen. But you might think of. Ah, him is the guest role he played on 2.5 men. Many, many, many years after that, So here's a guy that was working in television from the very beginning when television was just starting created a really classic sitcom on then went on to until very recently appear in all kinds of Things from the Larry Sanders show to Boston Legal. I think he was enough of the house, so he got around and he kept getting around for a long time, and we haven't even gotten into the movies. He appeared in. Did he make his greatest impact? Dr Bob as a writer, and what is his influence on even the comedies of today from the work? He did. 1/2 century ago. I think if I had a point to a single thing that will be Carl Reiners greatest legacy, and certainly already I think has been the most influential thing he ever did. That would be the creating and writing and helming The Dick Van Dyke Show. We have toe Remember the Dick Van Dyke Show had this very new frontier. Look to it matter affect Dick and Laura had a certain Kennedy Ah, Jack and Jackie. Look to them. Um, it was about a more liberated female character than we would normally see, although she was still a housewife as it used to be. Called back then. But it also was a workplace comedy where rob and all of his coworkers, including their boss, paid played by Karl Karl Ryman Reiner. Did the kind of comic stuff that we would see much later in programs like the Mary Tyler Moore Show. Uh, who can She, of course, was on the Dick Van Dyke show and then everything from cheers friends to Seinfeld. Those also had a very much I think the fingerprints of early Carl Ryder's work on them. We always
White actors will stop voicing "Simpsons" characters of color
"Producers of the Simpson say that from now on white actors will no longer voice characters of color Syracuse University pop culture historian Robert Thompson tells KNX this should have happened a long time ago casting someone who is not Asian or African American or wow well whatever race the end with a white actor and thereby depriving the many many actors out there who could have played it I think doing that now is going to actually be making a pretty aggressive statement the series had been criticized for having Hank is area voice the Indian character up he stepped away from that role earlier this year this comes on the same day that my Camry was also white and also they will no longer voiced the character of Cleveland brown who was black on the fox animated comedy series
'The Simpsons' producers will 'no longer have white actors voice non-white characters'
"Seven with calls for racial equality across the country the longest running scripted TV series is changing along time controversial practice producers of The Simpsons say that from now on white actors will no longer voice characters of color Syracuse University pop culture historian Robert Thompson tells KNX this should've been done a long time ago casting someone who is not Asian or African American or wow well whatever race the end with a white actor and thereby depriving the many many actors out there who could have played it I think doing that now is going to actually be making a pretty aggressive statements the series has been criticized for having Hank as area boys the Indian character up who he stepped away from that role earlier this year this comes on the same day that Mike Henry announced he will no longer voiced the black character of Cleveland brown on the fox animated comedy series
'The Simpsons' producers will no longer have white actors voice non-white characters
"Big changes in store for the Simpsons Simpsons as as producers producers say say that that from from now now on on white white actors actors will will not not be be voicing voicing characters characters of of color color Syracuse Syracuse University University pop pop culture culture historian historian Robert Robert Thompson Thompson the the fact fact that that the Simpsons which is always been considered kind of a hip you know new that kind of program what was still having you know these these characters voiced by a white people when there is plenty of actors that could have done it that weren't I'm I'm surprised it's taken this long Thompson tells KNX he thinks other animated series will likely follow in the steps of the Simpsons and tape terms of casting in the future the show has been heavily criticized over this issue for several years most notably overhang as very up playing the Indian character a poo a very a step away from voice in that character earlier this year
COVID-19 Infections And Deaths Are Higher Among Those With Intellectual Disabilities
"There's growing evidence of high rates of death from covered nineteen for a population that doesn't get a lot of attention people with intellectual and developmental disabilities an NPR analysis shows they contract covered nineteen at higher rates and they die at higher rates because of it NPR investigative correspondent Joseph Shapiro reports the numbers from Pennsylvania are telling and Graham the state tracks covert nineteen among people with developmental disabilities who get services in group homes in state institutions or in their own homes these are mostly people with an intellectual disability or autism eight hundred have been diagnosed with COPD nineteen and one hundred and thirteen have died NPR calculated the death rate for everyone in Pennsylvania who's tested positive for covert nineteen people with intellectual disabilities and autism are dying at a rate nearly two times higher is disturbing but it's not surprising about Scott Landis he's a professor at Syracuse University and he's finding the same high numbers in other states he's been collecting national data from states and from private research companies Landis says people with developmental disabilities who live in group homes have some of the highest death rates in the country from Copa nineteen higher than the death rates for Hispanics higher than the death rates for African
US-China relationship grows more complicated and potentially dangerous
"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong and in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January the president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of his own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and Marie is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have the chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the price is low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China than its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you had sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now it's been a lot of miscues from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appear to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reach trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Bernie Glaser of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about sape flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier once there's so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this US China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the
China approves plan to impose national security laws on Hong Kong; Trump threatens sanctions
"Hong Kong is on its way to losing its autonomy China's legislature has now approved a plan to pass a sweeping new national security law president trump is warning of possible sanctions against China over its treatment of Hong Kong in recent days the trump administration has blocked the sale of sensitive technology to Chinese companies and your Scott Horsley has more it seems like a lifetime ago but it was only back in January that president trump was celebrating a trade deal in which China promised by hundreds of billions of dollars worth of additional American goods we're delighted that the Chinese consumers will now enjoy the greater access to the best products on earth those may grown and raised right here in the USA hog farmers were among those who saw big opportunity China has lost much of its own pork production to an outbreak of African swine fever and re is he above the national pork producers council says American farmers were eager to fill the void so far though sales have fallen short of their potential unfortunately when the Chinese have a chance to buy pork they're going to go to where the prices low and even with the trade deal American pork still faces a much higher tariff in China and its global competitors exports of farm goods factory products and crude oil are all running far behind what was promised in the trade deal Syracuse University economist Mary lovely says those targets were always going to be a stretch and the corona virus has made things worse the world has changed and clearly China's purchases are going to be affected one because their demand collapsed secondly American supply collapsed in so you have sort of a double whammy on their reaching these purchase target last week foreign policy magazine ran a story headlined trump's China trade deal is as dead as can be White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow told fox business the deal is still alive but not as important to the president as it once was right now is that a lot of misuse from China trump has been harshly critical of China over its handling of the pandemic China was slow to acknowledge the corona virus can spread from person to person still China appears to been much more successful than the US at controlling the outbreak you and soon had wrecked the China program at the Stimson center says Beijing reads trump's criticism as an effort to deflect from his own government's missed S. I think the Chinese reaction as wait a minute maybe we are responsible for part of it but for you to completely blame everything on us that's not fair Glazer of the center for strategic and International Studies has historically China has been cautious about safe flexing its muscle in Hong Kong because it wanted to maintain a working relationship with the U. S. but with both countries now throwing sharp elbows lasers as the brakes are coming off in my view the pandemic is really just an acceleration of the downward spiral in the relationship which now appears to me to be honest in free fall I don't know where the bottom is but I feel like we haven't reached it yet the trump administration has been ratcheting up its restrictions on exports of sensitive technology to China and its calls for reduced dependence on China for critical goods like medical supplies are growing louder glazier ones are so much anti China sentiment in the U. S. the relationship may suffer even if there's a new president in the White House next year both Biden and trump are trying to position themselves as being the toughest on China and nobody is is talking about what in this U. S. China relationship needs to be preserved that's ominous for the kind of cooperation between the two countries the world needs to tackle challenges like climate change and the
Shut-in TV viewers push 'Let's Make a Deal' to record rating
"There's one business actually doing a booming business due to the corona virus TV networks are getting a record amount of viewers with the game show let's make a deal seeing a new high M. the audience for the price is right is the largest in four years the find out what else people are watching KCBS news anchor Jeff bell and Patty rising spoke with the professor of TV and popular culture at Syracuse University Robert Thompson let me start by asking
Coronavirus concerns prompt universities to cancel study abroad programs
"Meantime with covert nineteen S. it's called having spread to six continents and battering Italy a number of American universities are calling on students studying abroad to come home Sophia pay only as a Cooney student studying psychology and Florence aren't or hang on tight there people are selling like travel size hand sanitizer for hundred Huron street I think it's pretty crazy NYU says its study abroad programs in Florence are being suspended the university of new haven is asking students in Italy to come home Syracuse University is trying to get hundreds of students back to the US from its campus in Italy I'm Kristin marks for seventy seven W. A. B.
New York: Syracuse University Students Occupy Building To Protest School’s Response To Racist, Anti-Semitic Incidents
"Their protest again at Syracuse University about two dozen students camped out in campus hall they say they're outraged over the university's response to racist and anti semitic incidents others students trying to get into the hall of been prevented from doing so by campus cops who also stopped food deliveries to the protesters at one point students repeats at the cops this student is on the inside actually terrifying we anticipated a lot of push back the realization that the level of picked out right attacks on students how to them shocking chancellor says he's working to address the protesters
Shaker Heights: A Clockwork Orange
"Lisa pruitt is dead. Someone stabbed her twenty one times in the early morning hours of September Fourteenth Nineteen Ninety. She was found behind the Mansion. Where her boyfriend? Dan dreifort lived with his parents. Dance friends pointed the finger at the weird kid in school Kevin Young. And although there was no evidence linking Kevin to the crime and even though he had an alibi he quickly became the prime suspect for the detectives of the Small Town Department. They were out of their league and they knew it so they enlisted a renowned psychologist from Syracuse University. To help them get a confession from Kevin Young. No matter what I understand that in indeed. That's a very powerful alibi that the father indicates the Dan was in fact in his room and that they both heard the screams together. Yes that's that's very powerful. There is some I must say that we we had some difficulty still however with Dan subsequent behavior he after they go out to the edge of the property and and I'll go back into the home apparently satisfied that the source of the scream has left the area or whatever and that they can't find anything unusual. Apparently Dan rea exits the house to find the bicycle and then in fact without telling his parents called nine one one on his own to report what he believes to be. Now suspicious circumstances but then when the parents here the PRUITT's outside on the long you know and they're distraught in here are all these police vehicles. The crime scene being established up. Dan goes to bed falls asleep while the parents are waiting for the plain clothes. Detective to come in and interview them I found that I found that unusual in somewhat disconcerted but what we decided here was that Dick decided that well. That's not that's academic right. Because it's not Dan that we're going to be interrogating. It's it's Kevin. And whether or not he's the guy or not. We want to give the full shot to use the best psychological coercion. We can't right if in fact so that we get an admission out of him if in fact he is the killer. What is is the form talking to Kevin? Now he's gone to well. What we're trying to do is get a grand. Jury assembled where all witnesses would be subpoenaed and questioned before a grand jury including Kevin Young. What kind of immunity is involved in that None that I know of council allowed no Council no counsel he may take the Fifth Amendment. Almost certainly council would advise him to do that given that he has no immunity even willing immunity in such an interrogation right. Kevin is on a legally qualifies for adult offenders. Status is that right. That's right. Let me try to discords for a minute or two about what I believe to be. The psychological dynamics behind Kevin's peculiarities. There's no question that on the face of it Kevin's evidences self loathing self-deprecation what is sometimes called poor self image. He is in fact. I some suspicion that his own hospitalization was for an abortive suicide attempt to be the case the most recent one yes not to mojos while he indicated to the interviewer that he had nothing left to live for. I have that person with me. The officer that did the interviewing surgeon gray is here with me in my office. An excellent job by the way sergeant it was it was obviously a very productive interview. Even though we didn't get an admission there are some very revealing points that you undoubtedly felt that he was just about to tumble to to Rollover Dick and I both commented that In reading your report that first of all frequently visiting the bathroom. How many times three times within some short span of time right right all the signs of stress that something is bothering him. Yeah I mean all the physical signs in terms of I contact motion sitting back and forth in your chair and all the classic kind of interview things that you'd like to see once in a while. Were all clearly there. I mean the stress was real high on his level. What do you make of him saying that he could tell you that he had done it? And then he'd go to the hospital for a couple years but he really couldn't live with themselves. He he didn't tell you the truth. I mean I mean it's almost like is there truth other than he did it that I mean one of the things. We had been warned about ahead of time was the possibility that he had already justified. Some sort of course of action in mind and if his justification at something to do with it no. I really didn't do it or someone else did it. I mean if maybe he had totally blocked it out. We really don't know I mean. We were already prepared for the possibility that he had justified. This somehow and that he wasn't going to feel Yes this is On Jim Rights advice right right. Yeah I I. I concur a denial defense mechanism. For Kevin is high in his hierarchies of his ego protection. He is he's a fantasize he's A. His behavior is compensatory character. Who let me talk about that a bit. I think when you find such virulent self-deprecation self loathing I think you need to reach for an account doesn't doesn't stand on its own merit and the account is that you look at this. The self-loathing as compensatory behavior as denial behavior that is to say denial of the intrinsic the underlying belief that you are in fact superior that you are ideal in every way that you are a nip The opposite of someone who is unworthy you're Cream Lee worthy but that those thoughts are anxiety producing the Greeks used to call that the sin of Shoebridge. The notion that you aspired to God hood that you that you are. God causes enormous anxiety and anxieties compensated for defended against by the posture of the self deprecating. Self loathing fence. So you're very happy to talk about your being suicidal you're being unworthy. Nobody will talk to you. You're not found desirable by either men or women or what. What have you because that's your pose? That's your deception. What you don't want to talk about is the fact that your God that you control everyone that you believe you control your life etc and all the people around you you live in deception oppose the opposite of it. It seems to me that of what a perhaps in the attack we originally took. You don't minimize you. You maximize what he did his responsibility. His significance is capacity that the crime is important not minimal. He doesn't need help. He needs a pause for what he was able to accomplish his significance his importance etc is guilt feeling his guilt and there's no doubt that he in fact feels guilty in this post offense behavior of of starting a new life and I found that very significant in the statement that his profile of the killer suggest that he would move on and start a new life and then when he referred to a circumstances at college he referred to that as a new life for him right. He's in fact. He's very comfortable and whatever guilt he may have had. I think he's been able to deal with. I think that it's transparent and obvious that the guild is not sufficient to compensate or overbalanced his fears of the punishment that will accrue to will follow upon confession of that guilt. He's already fantasized circumstances of his imprisonment. So what we need to do is is. We need to arouse him around the Gilt again and that that may be difficult because now he's had ample time to scar over to see. Nothing is going to happen. That he's been successful is God like powers him again. Faced him because he is invincible? But I think that's the tact. We need to take that. He should feel guilty. He doesn't need help. He needs punishment. Does he feel that guilt. Still know as I'm saying I think he's originally it's completely it was able to compensate adequately for this because God felt guilt indeed the opposite. He would've been conflicted between feeling the importance of having done something that ordinary mortals. Don't do you normally mortals. Don't kill he understands. I think this his problems with his impulse control. He's impulsive is a great deal of difficulty with impulse control. He has to guard against this incredible power. That is within him this this power anger violence in. He asked to protect themselves from that and part of that his pose self deprecation etc the self-loathing. We need to play to what he believes to be his strengths. An inch doing we will arouse in him. His anxieties the anxieties and feeling god-like and those anxieties will trigger his guilt feelings again. We need to do what you would do. More with a a serial killer. It seems to me has in favor of the notions of power in being able to kill to recreate that sense of power significance that life taking capacity the interview took the tact of minimizing. You need help. Well you know they don't really you know you. Full offenders can mitigate this to the judge because he felt remorse etcetera etcetera. I'm saying and we know that that didn't work right. I'm saying we maximize the crime instead. Maximize the power the significance. You go back through the crime with a kind of fallacious dwelling upon the details but particularly with respect to the power the sheer marvelous power of being able to take the likes. You follow me
San Francisco 49ers return to form to see off Green Bay Packers
"Were a lot of interest last night's Packers game Sunday night football they faced off with when the best teams in the NFC the forty Niners in the bay area is a plus by camel you're all that's great pop with the call Niners radio Greg Papa proud of Syracuse University Ella had a class or two with the fellow you're hearing speak right now this guy yeah Sam Cisco jumped out to a he doesn't know is let's be clear about that I San Francisco jumped out to a twenty three nothing lead at the half and poured it on in the third quarter there's a Rapala that's taken both laughing as Richard James junior there George Kiddle rambling in from sixty one yards with this game away for the Niners moved to ten and one of the year who saw that coming by the way and in one of those actors go forty Niners are thirty seven eight the final Green Bay getting stomped which left their fans heartbroken Green Bay now tied with the Vikings at eight and three atop the NFC north the Vikings host the Packers on December twenty
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"Of pop culture at Syracuse University pretty good buzz on the mad about you reboot hi Bob yeah pretty good not great it's kind of makes the I watch the season with six episodes of twelve of played and it's very much like the old shows matter fact the laugh track seems even be more old school laugh track I don't think it we shot in front of a live audience so I think it's actually a laugh track laughter I leave it to you to pick up the people laughing aren't live that's a letter could be wrong but there it doesn't look like a standard you know live in front of the audience and all of this stuff within the got an occasional and it's a very occasional appearance of the F. word on the languages pretty much something that could have played in a in an ID should come but we forget okay because first of all not a lot of people I think are going to see that because it's on spectrum which means if you don't have spectrum cable you got to subscribe to get a certain number of shows via spectrum online so it's kind of been in kind of an obscure place but the first time around this was absolutely huge she was one of the first he was in the first class that was called must see TV on back at NBC and guy eat of course went seven seasons and was part of that whole Seinfeld and wings and all the rest but that really got that Thursday going in its second generation after The Cosby family ties things better but not mad about you was a big deal and it's not no doubt about it and I think of all the different reboots that they've done in like the last twelve eighteen months this when there's just there's just like a comfort level like if you watched it you can see yourself just sitting down and pick and right back up and there's just something about it that just seems to play yeah they just look older but you you're right why very much like the old the the old the old show do you know what would finally knocked must see TV also been BC after twenty one years they were doing that block of two hours of sitcoms from eighty three to two thousand four and very successful at it after twenty one years guess who killed must see TV I don't remember well he gets blamed for everything else so let's blame for this Donald Trump really in two thousand for the NBC wasn't able to continue to find hit sitcom they were desperate to compete with us CSI which was doing great guns over at CBS on in two thousand four at NBC decides to put the apprentice on instead of sitcoms on Thursday night spectacularly it it was a really good show in the beginning also so what are you blaming him for that or is that like Hey that's just a natural progression no I want to be a success yeah yeah it was Donald trump's apprentice that in fact stop the run of a a two hour sitcom block on on on Thursday and he I don't know if you watch the president's first seasons it was actually quite a compelling show in the beginning yeah most of the more when they first come on it's like a fresh taking if you've got compelling people why would you want yeah that's true it's got old and he appeared surprisingly little on that show he'd come in in the end to do the boardroom and fire people but the the biggest portion of that show was the contestants all doing there competition and then he would pop in now and again and say a few things and he'd be gone yeah well there's probably some people that would like that model to come back right yes you are right about that okay great so Bob have a great weekend we always appreciate the conversation that's our pop culture guru Dr Bob Thompson he teaches popular culture at Syracuse University eight.
"syracuse university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The campus of Syracuse University police have yet not yet identified the suspect but they say here she is behind at least four incidents around the campus library in garage the arrest comes as university chancellor can server load is denying the report that a white supremacist manifesto was sent to some students cell phones at a campus library saying it was probably a hoax meantime on campus students are going for big changes students at Syracuse University continuing to protest over the school's response to a spate of racist incidents this month all power to the students the university's chancellor announcing on Wednesday that the school suspended for students accused of taking part in a verbal assault of an African American students he also detailed twelve instances of racist and anti semitic graffiti on or next to the campus students are demanding the school sign on to eighteen changes some short term others long term to address the handling of racial incidents I'm reading it not everyone is on board with the new bail reform law that takes effect in the new year Staten Island DA Michael McMahon pointed a burglary is an example of a non violent charging which the victim still feel violated he says the new laws mean someone caught after breaking into five homes would be released until trial and even though that individual may have in his or her pocket a picture of a six house on that block the judge cannot hold that individual on January first just as the new laws take effect acting queens DA Jon Ryan will leave that post at the same time he says more than two hundred people awaiting trial in queens will leave reikers because the legislature refused to write a law allowing judges to consider public safety when setting bail an organization representing public defenders across the city issued a statement saying law enforcement officials critical of the changes are spreading fear and that it's based less on your ring Conn ten ten wins at the district attorney's office on Staten Island a federal judge has stopped the trump administration from reinstating the federal death penalty the executions would've been the first conducted in more than sixteen years after Attorney General William Barr this July said he was moving to seek justice against the worst criminals and bring relief to victims and their families but bar also directed the federal bureau of prisons to switch from a three it drug injection to a single one death row inmates challenge that a federal judge agreed that they have the right to have that lawsuit heard thousands turned out of Bangkok's national sports stadium to attend a public mass celebrated by pope Francis captain very busy first day for the pontiff in Asia it included separate meetings with Thailand's prime minister supreme Buddhist leader and recently crowned king there about four hundred thousand Catholics.
Racist manifesto reports at Syracuse U. likely a hoax, school says
"To Syracuse university's chancellor there's reports that a white supremacist manifesto was sent to some students cell phone to the campus library was probably a hoax can't Subaru says of thirties if yet to find anyone who directly received a copy of the diatribe which followed a series of racist episodes on
Syracuse University taking action after racist incidents
"Syracuse University there's worry on campus now the FBI is involved with hate speech popping up on people's phones and computer screens an update from John Adams Syracuse University under siege some students and faculty fear for their safety after a few weeks of racist and anti semitic incidents on campus a white supremacist manifesto turned up on a Greek life social media site and was
Harris sends message of support for Syracuse students who left campus over racist incidents
"Top story tensions are running high at Syracuse University after a series of racist messages have appeared on campus F. B. I. is now in on the investigation after a white supremacist manifesto that appear to be a copy of one link to a man accused of attacking two mosques in New Zealand and killing fifty one people was circulated electronically at the S. U. library state police troop D. commander Philip Rougeau you will see marked the troll cars and the university been up there today you'll see them there and we have other investigators working behind the scenes so all our resources are available to the chief and two thirty university university's public safety chief Bobby Melvin idle says the community is banding together a generous donors office fifty thousand dollars in rewards funds for any information leading to the identification of those perpetrators responsible not only for this but other acts that occurred over the last thirteen
Racist Manifesto Lands on Syracuse Students' Phones, Deepening Crisis
"At new York's Syracuse University there's debate over whether the school is done enough on the heels of a string of racist episodes CBS's Adriana de as is on campus where some students having gauge in a sedan in just the past week there have been nine reported incidents targeting black Asian and Jewish students including graffiti of a swastika over the weekend one student told officials at the Edward was yelled at her we're not asking university to solve the issue of systemic racism but making our experience as comfortable in normal as possible racism allegedly infiltrated the library Monday night when a white supremacist manifesto written by the New Zealand mosque shooter was air drop to cell phones in the library one Syracuse fraternity has been suspended social events and others have been to as the investigation goes
FBI investigating racist and anti-Semitic incidents at Syracuse University
"The FBI is now joining the investigation into several racist and anti semitic incidents at Syracuse University missus manifesto penned by the New Zealand mosque shooter was sent to students cell phones people were scared I know a lot of people are not going to classes it was the ninety three says incident at Syracuse in less than a week including reports of anti semitic anti Asian and anti black graffiti of the Edward and swastikas on Saturday a group allegedly yelled the Edward at a female student chancellor can several members of a fraternity were involved and suspended indefinitely despite the fraternities denial several would also canceled all fraternity activities for this semester it is the collective responsibility all of our fraternities and our whole university to reflect on how to prevent this very troubling behavior in the future an anonymous donor has offered a fifty thousand dollar reward for any information leading to an arrest students have been holding a sit in for sixty demanding changes like mandatory faculty diversity training and more resources for students of color they didn't want to be identified for fear of retribution contests and multiple times on campus for these exact same reasons it's kind of like a different incident with the same premise the chancellor agree to some student demands like committing at least a million dollars to diversity curriculum the students we spoke to said they won't be satisfied until he signs their entire list of
Outgoing Police Commissioner Talks About Crime In The Subways
"Outgoing police commissioner o'neill sat down one on one with our Juliet Papa among other things the discuss the architect in crime in the subways submission James a meal spent many years as a cop underground he knows the particulars and knows that despite push back to enforcement there will be no let up you have to control the entrance to the subway this way people feel safe when they're on the subway because it's it's a different environment to work in industry there's no way to go you're in a subway car so we have to make sure we do our best to to make people feel safe not only be safe would feel safe most fare beaters receive summonses and he says even with the uptick in misdemeanors the numbers are much better than they used to be asked if he'll miss the job he described as all consuming am I going to miss that probably well we will Juliet Papa ten ten wins news you can hear the interview in its entirety ten ten wins dot com when news time ten oh seven the American medical association today called for an immediate ban on all vaping products New York is the latest state too soon he said maker Joel data turning general Letitia James says the number of kids vaping is staggering a recent national youth tobacco survey shows that approximately four point one million high school students and one point two million a middle school students currently used he cigarettes the suit alleges jul targeted kids with flavored E. six days after Greek life activity was suspended at Syracuse University following several alleged racial incidents hate filled manifesto was sent to some students phones the racist manifesto was somehow air drop to cellphones belonging to students who were in the Syracuse University library at one in the morning some students said it was the same manifesto used by the gunmen who attacked the mosque in Christchurch New Zealand a few hours earlier that manifesto was posted in an online forum about fraternity life on campus governor Andrew Cuomo blasted the university administration's handling of recent hate incidents he said they were not handled in a manner that reflects New York state's aggressive opposition to such reprehensible behavior Steve casting down for ten ten wins Disney's head of streaming service of design problem with the app for the new Disney plus streaming service appears to be to blame for some users being shot out of their accounts no word how many subscribers were involved forty three degrees fair skies in New York humidity sixty two
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"Circle Syracuse University gets tough following alleged hate crimes the social activities of all fraternities have been suspended I'm John Adams sports the next host Cleveland and the nets take on the pacer is thirty nine and cloudy on Monday November eighteenth good morning I'm Pat Fornax CBS news is next more than just the headlines this is WCBS newsradio eight it's eleven o'clock CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Steve K. fan for dead six wounded and a lot of questions after the mass shooting last night at a house in Fresno California it happened suddenly there was about thirty five people that were inside the house inside the backyard there read a football party watching Sunday night football Michael readers the Fresno deputy police chief somebody came up on foot possibly at least one suspect and began firing ten people were shot for have now died all ten of the victims deceased or not we're all Asian male string that twenty five thirty five rain so far there have been no arrests Steve Futterman CBS news Fresno California well not a Washington where CBS the Stephen Portnoy tells us president trump is indicated he might offer up something to the house impeachment inquiry in a tweet the president says he strongly considering offering testimony taking house speaker Nancy Pelosi up on an offer she made on face the nation he has every opportunity to present his case Mr trump says he likes the idea even though quote I did nothing wrong and don't like giving credibility to this no due process hoax last year the president provided written answers to questions posed by special counsel Robert Muller though he refused to answer anything touching on allegations that he obstructed justice in Muller's probe Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House thinking now is an attitude called vitamin E. acetate could be what's triggering serious long illnesses that have killed forty two people who've used E. cigarette starter and shook it of the centers for disease control oily substance has been included in some E. cigarette liquids or vaping products liquids it can look a bit like THC oil and we think that it may be being added to T. H. C. containing fluids to thicken or essentially adultery to the oil Washington post reports the trump administration might not follow through on a per federal ban on vapor flavors a member of Britain's royal family is up for new criticism after an interview designed to clear the air about his relationship with the late Jeffrey up steam presenter it may be the only person on the planet right now who thinks his BBC interview was a good idea I suspect he was hoping that this interview would close the book and it since it opened encyclopedia John Arledge of the Sunday times of London says the interview is likely to increase the chances that the FBI will want to question Andrew about what he did or didn't see and has many visits with convicted pedophile I'll Jeffrey Epstein Vicki Barker CBS news London Wall Street right now the Dow is down twelve points nasdaq is down eighteen and the S. and P. five hundred down three and a half this is CBS news did you.
"syracuse university" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Interest on the campus of Syracuse University this woman shouting attendees on their way to a game students are protesting outside Syracuse University has suspended a fraternity and its social activities for all other France for the rest of the semester after a series of reported racist incidents over the last couple of weeks we have seen on campus here is a students coming together and essentially calling for change your with a list of demands and among them to set of curriculum that would essentially I teach students about diversity if they do not see that by Wednesday then they say they will call on the chance or to resign chancellor can't a Subaru riding a while only one for charity may have been involved in this particular incident given recent history all fraternities must come together with the university community to reflect upon how to prevent a recurrence of such seriously troubling behavior by Apollo
"syracuse university" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Greed reheard Syracuse university says there's some tight state Senate and congressional races that could be swayed in part by how many people decide to brave the elements, but in the US Senate and governor's races. Think that there was actually a difference in the outcome. That was made. There could be tracked to turn out. Entr? The weather in the past bad weather is tended to be a boon for Republicans. He says on a national basis Republican voters tend to be doing better financially. And that means they can more easily get to the polls they have more flexibility in their work schedules because they have better access to transportation and over the past few decades GOP voters if add more enthusiasm, though rehearse says the dynamics could be shifting on that Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty and just a reminder WCBS eight eighty supplies to be all day tomorrow for election news and results will have special team coverage tomorrow with reporters all around the area, and you can also go to our website WCBS, eight eighty dot com for up to the minute election returns tomorrow night. Before we break for traffic and weather now almost a week after the swastikas were scrawled on steps in garage doors on a Brooklyn heights block in Wikipedia today. Arrested seventeen year old jerick Wiltshire. An eighteen year old doll military. Both Brooklyn teens now face three counts of aggravated harassment for the antisemitic. Drawings found last Tuesday night on guard in place between drama and state streets. Oh, we have this crash on the southern state on Long Island. We'll see what's up with that. It's ten oh seven. Stop..
"syracuse university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Are. So obviously false it's a question we've. All saw south Whitney Phillips is a system, of communication culture and digital technologies at. Syracuse university and she says that media outlets need. To be careful, when we posting on conspiracy theories When you're publishing something you just don't know what audiences are actually going to intercept something that you put out into the world and so by, simply debunking gain you could be reaffirming the idea in certain audiences if a particular conspiracy only exist within. A particular community all reporting, will do is amplify that concept so that more and more people are exposed to it and it's not just journalists we can all contribute to the spread of disinformation, even if we're trying to do the exact opposite social media just. Helps amplify things that even if you are a person on, Twitter who only has thirty five followers? One of your followers might have five hundred followers in. One of their followers might have ten. Thousand followers and so simply by retweeting something or making a comment on something. Can help spread information in ways that you can't necessarily anticipate when you're first saying something So even if you're responding to you know the conspiracy by, rolling your eyes at it you don't know simply by doing that if you're gonna then bring more true. Believers into the fold like the, problem is that many of us want to understand. What's happening in the fringes yeah especially when incidents like, the pizza gate shooting happened people want to. Understand the motivation comes from so Whitney uses the example of mainstream media stories about, info wars Alex Jones is media outlets that danger. And the risk is that not everyone who reads those stories are of the same attitude towards these outlets so you know a lot of the people who end up, on the receiving end of these explainers are people who then end up getting slowly radicalized over time or. Who have things brought to, their attention that they may be are amenable to sympathetic towards you end up having these explainers that are geared towards liberals benefiting In complex, ways the very people that the articles are criticizing and attacking, and Whitney Philip says conspiracy theorists closely watch how they're portrayed in the media these behaviors? Don't, occur in a vacuum not only do these individuals, tend to follow mainstream media coverage very closely. They tend to cater their messages to maximize media exposure that they. Love it when they're in the news certainly q. whoever it is behind the messages the person group misleading a growing number of people laughing up. The attention in recent days q. has posted links to media stories and it's came the coverages quote right on schedule the even currently shuttling twelve BBC trending on the conspiracy of course calling us and other outlets fake news so oddly we are now officially part of the conspiracy Yep and the account recently published this message Welcome to. The. Mainstream we.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Are steam -able intern is off. The Syracuse university Syracuse university fight, song, Christian, thank, you, very, much, for, me No. No it wasn't yes it was Oh it. Was, of course it was my. Idea yeah. That was, saps. Thing yourself you're welcome thank. You everyone I'm gonna tell you this usually you. Hear the fight song during football. Wins, you're, not gonna. Hear, that fight Apparently Syracuse can't lose to Clemson Clemson only clips that, was the biggest. Upset last year Arizona Friday, night I'm watching it? Going really how is this happening Dungy. Date doesn't. Play football and basketball the carrier they just put. Bleachers at midfield through basketball season? It's why, do they do that because I it's that. Many people go to the basket Thirty It, is but it's not a it's not a sixty thousand seat football. Stadium now it's probably like maybe fifty Forty five almost sixty thousand. What is okay that big and I mean it's two levels in the, bleachers at midfield you get about. Thirty five thousand for basketball they? Call it the loud house are you excited for your first? Are you going to. Go. To the football games this year I have season? Tickets, okay, do, you buy them as a package? For football basketball tennis. Forty two, thousand dollars or whatever else four over to go the two they did it or should you should the two sports to students have to pay for our. Football and men's basketball from. Get a student pass for both and that's what I did I got them as a as a graduation present from my neighbors whose daughter. Is going to be a senior. There. Is actually Scott Scott I who is a contributor here. Yep is she gonna show you the ropes they she has she has given me all the all the. Tips on on the fun fun events, that happened on campus there's. Music festivals seems almost every? Weekend, so, it's I'm very excited did you. Go to college Yes Suffolk university like, suffix okay so so I. Had a big football program I'm remembering my University and I also went. To Suffolk downs Suffolk have. A mascot rim basketball program was the baseball program, was all right but Famous alumni of. Suffolk God probably some lawyers that are around here, actually You can tell people that you were going to. The, school that produced the greatest football player ever Jim Jim, Brown except, for, Michigan, pretty, sizable, ever but Jim Brown Donovan McNabb yes McNabb and then of course. In, basketball Carmelo. Anthony mellow Anthony and they went a national championship with mellow as a freshman work yeah that's another And Johnny Flynn Syracuse is a long and proud athletic tradition absolutely. That will, will be joining as a? Member of the club across team I would, I would, hope to play lacrosse up there you know somebody somebody. Asked me the other day because I said that I, played lacrosse high school they said. Are you playing at, Syracuse, and I, just kind of laughed and said. He'd say you're not quite. Good, enough. To be playing Syracuse, quest you're, going, to, be, at, the Newhouse school of broadcasting which is a prestigious the prestige most. Percents, this broadcast Then western Connecticut school. Broadcasting also, Mari where I, went to Suffolk university I majored in. Government really, what that. Is. Majoring in government political science. That's different yeah majoring in government is nothing I. Critique, the government, saps from a different age yeah I personally, I think I'm not giving anybody advice here. But I think it's going just for broadcasting Syracuse is different because the education there are so good. That you'll get the most out of it but I like, a friend of mine's daughter went to Quinnipiac which, is a really good school for broadcast, journalism and then after year and. A half she didn't wanna do it anymore now she's teaching sheet so they spent a lot of money where she went, the state school and. Been the same situation but it's. Gonna be it's gonna, be fun. Up, there, the winters are very very cold yes snow that's the one thing. I think I'm not. Looking. Forward to thoroughly you're used to it yeah From Los Angeles who come and haven't seen snow before. Winter starts in October? Yes They told me was up. There, for of, course ended one church who went there who didn't love it? Though that's I mean that's what are you most worried about going away to college did you ever do do summer? Camp He's been away from home have been away from, home it was a seven week sleep away camp okay so. You, you know, that what about laundry deny I know how to do I? Know how to do everything on jet How did you find the parents jet. Doesn't know how to do laundry I don't understand what. The problem was that has been such an important Tarez just not why do. My own laundry sat puts it in a. Bag. Leaves says during someone does it for him did, you know that that's the. Way it's actually true that's the way I Like a child Role big six? Big you laundry can you, cook it all or are you just going to? Be doing spaghetti I think it's going to be doing I mean they have decent, food they have good food at Syracuse easy McEnroe is we're gonna have a microwave in. The so we weren't allowed. To have microwave, in, the, dorm the, lobby. Because I guess it would, like would have fried circuits or something like that? All dorm rooms are built that's odd You have, one in your dorm room now every dorm I my sister at USC was allowed to. Have a microwave in her. Door roommates Wasn't allowed to have pets Unlikely we, couldn't, have a. Toast to oh fire hazard hostess catch fire was microwave You get the clock, wrong, may be. Going, for thirty two minutes What, am I suite mates almost, burned down our dorm because sure. Yeah put, Robin in. The, microwave but forgot the most. Important ingredient water hot Burt noodles yeah start spark a. Little, crispy luckily we were there, so we could. Open the door okay so you can? Do laundry you can cook so why are you worried about anything I. Think the only aspect that I'm not excited about is the. Weather I'm worried that the orange won't. Advanced past the Sweet Sixteen I think that's something. I'm, worried about I would like to out of your hands. Yet well not necessarily the fans, have a big impact your loud. They'll make it still a makeover you travel to a tournament game I think. I'll travel to a tournament. Game if they make it far enough also the the Syracuse orange I don't know if you saw. It on my Twitter because nobody here likes anything on. My Twitter usually do they ran a poll that's gotten no response I voted you, like who's the most famous. Broadcaster from the Newhouse. School of broadcasting I put out three names And other with obviously will Maybe, someday Marv Albert, Bob Costas, Sean McDonough and other, and like no one votes are. Bad options they all saw The voice of the National Basketball Association Bob Costas piece the best but, I personally Marv Albert because of just the basketball Syracuse is playing at Yankee Stadium against on. November seventeenth which apparently Notre Dame fans are furious about because, the the, uniforms that they come, out here very special are atrocious. Apparently and mad Hey. They have, alienated their large Boston area fan base because there's. Pinstripes over the uniform and they're giving us that no games giving up the homemade not they're. Giving up a home game. To play a home game that they say is a home game but it's at Yankee Stadium they're not playing, at Notre Dame so yeah you never want to give it the home game I think I might be attending that in mid November Oh I've been thanksgiving heading into Christmas, New York City's great well. We've got to wrap things up. Early early, the north advices just don't fail if you drink. Don't get behind the wheel we bring it harboring and That's my have buses everywhere Saps I've, got all sorts of advice, but we wish you well we love to have. This summer and. Next, summer you welcome.
"syracuse university" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"About your photos from. High school or college when you look back with? Your photos you go oh. My gosh look at all the Here I had or in my. Case look at how skinny I used to be those were thirty inch waist jeans wow. And look at all that hair and, their girlfriend, was, a lot. Cuter than I remember And today we look entirely different all right I was working at w. a. r., the students station a w. at, Syracuse university and I was a disc jockey and I was not a popular disc jockey among other disc jockeys because this. Was the This Mike Claiborne sorry Got it Mike. Claiborne conducted, the interview you know it's just so nerve racking to be on camera x. for the first time you, make mistakes like this, this will go on but let. Me share with you I'm on w. a. r. the. Syracuse university radio station I'm. Eighteen nineteen years old I am wearing the. Same clothes every day. My. Hair's of mess. Right you're in college hair's. Immense And I'm playing songs now, I wasn't popular among other disc jockeys why because I've played cut one side one I. Always believed in the hit so it was played the hits and this was hippy time this was during the revolution when the revolution comes it happened to progressive rock radio stations I was a disc jockey on, a progressive rock radio. Station, but the news guy went on to be big deals at NPR but the sports guy on my show because I, don't know what else to. Call it it was my show. On wer my sports guy what an insane. Sentence was. Bob, Costas Bob Costas was. In schools, the same time I was and he was the sports guy on my progressive rock radio show but it, gets better now remember, when you look back at your. High school or college photos or photos from your wedding. Or your first wedding you. Can't believe the hair you can't believe the. Wacky close you can't. Believe. That you were, so skinny I, don't know how Bob Costas knows what has photos were from college if he looks at photos from college I don't, know if he knows that. Their photos from college I'll tell. You why Bob Costas was born this way When Bob Costas walked into the. Syracuse university radio station which was in. A Quonset hut and a dump at eighteen Bob Costas had. An entourage he had a whole group of people that followed. Him and I think. They put makeup on an adjusted. His hair but here's. The thing about Bob Costas remember eighteen. Nineteen, years old at eighteen. Or nineteen years old Bob Costas his. Hair was exactly the way it is. Today it did not. Move not one speck of. Hair moved it was not longer he didn't have hippie harried enough college, Harry he had. Perfect hair he was born with this perfect hair he always wore a. Nice sports jacket he wore tailored pants he looked like Bob Kosta now none of us today look like the. Way we did in college but Bob did and here was. The most amazing part. He'd come in with his entourage Makeup people his Cologne. People his hair people campus radio station and he. Would deliver the sports on this progressive rock radio station perfectly, I mean perfectly he didn't do an he didn't make a. Flock he didn't make a. Mistake the rhythm was flawless it was amazing I congratulate, Bob Costas for the award he's about to get I congratulate. Him for being such a professional from. Birth and when he came to Cama wax I get a. Letter from him I'm working at NBC in New York I. Get a letter from. Bob Costas NBC stationary very official. Walter very happy you. Got this job Walter Stirling great to. To, know about you hope. We stay in touch and I have. Found that pass this along I have. Found that to be. The key to every single. Successful person I've ever known they write notes they always send out congratulatory, notes they put. It in writing I've got a lot to share with you tonight thank Thank you so. Much Ryan record. For letting me be on overnight. America it's a great privilege. To be on NewsRadio eleven twenty k..
"syracuse university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The video also contains the depiction of a sexual assault the pledges were apparently staging sketches in vulgarity laden roast at a party video of the whole thing went viral it spawned angry demonstrations syracuse university has now expelled fatal it says such behavior has no place in the syracuse university community the administration is considering how severely to punish those students who were involved that could mean suspension or expulsion on the grounds of violating the university sexual harassment and discrimination policy law professor greg germain is advising some of the students who now face disciplinary action he argh argues that university administrators are denying them due process they've got this one sentence the constitutes the basis for their claim and it says this complaint arises from events on march thirty two thousand eighteen at the fate of how fraternity house wearing it is alleged that you participated in the creation direction depiction filming or dissemination of production depicting sexually explicit activity demeaning to women physically and developmentally disabled and racial and ethnic groups that's all it sets now think about what that means that means anybody participating in a play that the picks that does not actually contain sexually explicit activity demeaning to anyone else would be guilty of violating the code of student conduct i can't imagine a broader statement of a violation of basic free speech each principles than that professor germain explains why the students were doing a roast the idea of the roast was that they had a conservative member of the fraternity who is being roasted and they portrayed him as a you know an extreme right wing racist and so that was the idea of the skit it wasn't they were expressing their own racist views they were critiquing racist views if a universities intent is to provide a safe environment for all students equally shitty university had the right to say we don't want this type of student here who engages in this kind of behavior that historically has been seen as a means of keeping minority groups out of controlling minority groups of disparaging minority groups so the answer to your question is if it was a public school they could did not do it because of the first amendment if it's a private school like syracuse university they could do it but that's not what syracuse university is done syracuse university has said students have the right to express themselves freely on any subject provided they do so.
"syracuse university" Discussed on KOMO
"Syracuse university is imposing harsh punishment after video surfaced of fatal towel fraternity members using racists slurs fraternity members say was intended as satire but the video showing some fatal brothers using bigoted slurs about black people jews and hispanics sparking outrage syracuse university after an independent campus newspaper obtained and posted a copy of the video after suspension last week when officials i became aware of the video syracuse university over the weekend announcing the decision to permanently expel the fatal fraternity syracuse chancellor's saying they're still investigating and that could lead to students suspensions or expulsions dave packer abc news about two hundred people some with dogs in toll gathered on a beach at kennebunkport maine remember barbara bush with her former president husband spent years at their summer home there the former first lady who died last week was laid to rest on saturday at the bush presidential library and museum in college station texas her husband and former president george hw bush visibly emotional as he entered the nation's largest episcopal church in his wheelchair his daughter consoling him rubbing his back throughout the ceremonies person former florida governor jeb bush delivering the eulogy sharing the seventy three year long love story of barbara and george the longest marriage in presidential history abc's amy roebuck in houston this is abc news komo news time is four or four time to check aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours justin davis how erodes how are the.
"syracuse university" Discussed on WLOB
"Well police announcing let a syracuse university student was deported after it was founded the guy had stockpiled ammunition and gun accessories was threatening a mass shooting twenty two year old let's see this be shouting john was taken into the knock it speak mandarin challenging was taken into federal custody last month he had just returned from spring break in mexico and then he was later sent back to china they say that he'd reportedly sought out psychiatric help twice in recent months and attempted to buy an ar fifteen authorities later found ammunition a laser scope bulletproof vest a shotgun shoulder carrier and other items in his apartment during yesterday's school safety task force meeting law enforcement read a text message that he had sent to a friend describing his dark side and explaining that he might use his gun to quote cause trouble you're the only one i don't want to kill he assured his friend who begged them not to kill her or her children police refers tipped off on march twelfth from a gun store where this guy tried to buy an ar fifteen assault rifle is the way they put the owner told police that he was not a us citizen but on a student visa and ask about high capacity shotguns after refusing to sell them the weapon the owner followed him into a parking lot jotted down his license plate number and then called the popo after a thorough investigation syracuse university expelled him which invalidated his visa after returning from a trip to mexico federal agents met him of the airport and put him on another plane to china so there you go i guess they escort him out of the country i don't know how to make sure he's on the plane to china or do they actually fly with them to try and fly back.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To william banks a professor at syracuse university law school bill explain the implications of being a criminal target and whether this means trump is in the clear important use of language here so he's not a target that means that he's not subject to indictment and that is because it's almost certain that the president may not be legally indicted while he's still in office that's justice department policy and it has been for a long time and it's highly unlikely that mr mueller would attempt to circumvent or or make a case against the justice department policy at the same time he indicated that the president is a subject of the investigation instead of a target subject means that he's still talking to the president and that the material that the president might provide two baller or his team could assist in developing evidence that could be used against others who could become targets or who eventually could include the president as a potential target down the road if he wasn't a subject of the investigation he might be characterized say as a witness but he wasn't he was characterized as a subject so muller still believes that the president's got something to say it's going to be useful to them as they try to get to the bottom of the russia portion of this investigation as well as the obstruction possibility involving the president himself why do you think muller wants an interview with trump so much they keep pressing it they haven't served a subpoena right i think there are two two lines of inquiry that mr muller very much like the pursue with the president one involves the circumstances surrounding the termination of mr trump fire call me because of komi refusal to say that he was not a target of the investigation the second line of course is his knowledge the president's knowledge about what members of his team campaign related or otherwise did or had communications with russians are others involved outside the united states in an attempt to support his candidacy that's professor at syracuse university law school speaking to bloomberg's june grasso you can listen to more legal analysis like this on bloomberg politics policy power and law weekdays at twelve pm wall street time here on bloomberg radio.
"syracuse university" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"My gosh go sister jean johnny thinks this is going to be the end of the line for them and like hasn't it been a surprise every single win i think the i think it's the clock is going to strike we're in the sweet sixteen now for march madness movin moving into the elite eight oh oh my even goodness then the final four so those games are happening tonight and over the weekend correct yeah yeah oh that's great oh yeah my teams in the elite eight i think maybe bracket racket that's pointless but i believe that my alma mater yes i believe my alma mater is in the elite eight i want to say mater syracuse yes i went to syracuse university aren't they the power it depends on the year whether or not they're considered a basketball powerhouse but i believe they're pulling duke tonight they are not they're not they're not favorite to win unfortunately are you dime so please convincing you that i know something about basketball.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast
"The other so but i think to your question though about where it is where do we start getting into an area where we can see a case being made for you have to start paying us guys and girls it becomes evident in situations like this where zone is a pretty big program the head coach was already making somewhere around one one and a half million dollars in still felt the need to snag a few extra dollars onto the table i am of the opinion that all college coaches and big programs are guilty of this in some way or another so if you're starting to put the pressel and one coach in a major school like this all the other coaches have to now be on heightened alert right that we're coming for you next if i'm them i'm now advocating to keep myself out of hot water let's pay the players take care of my my guys and girls here so to the point it's interesting when i was at syracuse i had a friend rosalyn and she had a friend who played football and is that syracuse university so it's a big school and she talked about how one of her friends played football could not accept even like it was something really just innocuous in terms of what it was it was like me handing you a candy bar or something like harmless as that he thought about it because he was like i can't tell you accept this 'cause this is quote unquote income and i just remember sitting there like i remembered the moment and i was just like that well that's absurd like his his college education doesn't take care of you know we've also living as a human as a human right so so ray lewis the louis i remember when i was in high school we got to go to university of maryland to hear ray lewis speak so ray lewis was right right he put his preacher head on and talk to football team so he starts.
"syracuse university" Discussed on Championship Drive
"To bowl against auburn 16 to sixteen in a game that uh for which the city of syracuse has never forgiven auburn university but a thickening fearsome was a we just stole a wonderful man a good coach uh but a wonderful man and a wonderful ambassador for syracuse university and there are the coach everybody talks about their coach and everybody talks about uh you know you've i love my coach whatever but but there are certain guys that when you mention the name of a coach to the former players there's a difference in the reverence that they show form and dignity first one was one of those guys and i talk about my dad all the time it was calls football official he left the acc for the big eased when the biggest football conference started in the early 90s and you always kind of had that ranking in his head of the coaches that he dreaded seeing on the sideline in the coaches that he loved chatting with during games on the side our line a coach mcpherson was on the shortlist of the good guys and i loved that that kind of eastern football thing and he was one of the kings of that at as sir i i saw shaw mcdonough of course the voice of monterey football saw him or or or yusefi a meeting uh just last week in sean told a tremendous story at coach mcpherson's funeral about this uh you about basically how cochairpersons saved his career in saved his college career and as a young broadcasts and student and so the the stores just go on and i don mcpherson the quarterback on that team that you're talking about an endless is there is there any college football fan from the 80s that doesn't remember that game even if you don't didn't have a dog in that fight that aubert syracuse game to this day area asi coats die and i just want to go what louis would you doing 'cause i couldn't care less who won that game ages in my din just screaming at the television but domic person who is in that game.
"syracuse university" Discussed on WCHS
"In pop culture at syracuse university says there was a complex character he represented the it beden groupb old smoking jacket and all the rest of it and he maintained at four am can only long time a shortage of cash is now among the problems in hurricane ravage puerto rico a week after her cain maria the economy in the us territory slow to a virtual standstill amid widespread power outages and they're now calls for the trump administration to waive a law that prohibits foreign shift from shuttling goods between us ports abc's either pilgrims says that would help the recovery efforts for hurricanes harvey and armagh how waiver on that act was granted the press is considering the same for hurricane maria but that a lot of shippers and people who worked in the shipping industry don't want it waved the president is planning to visit puerto rico on tuesday yesterday the president in indianapolis unveiling details of his tax plan which he says could deliver a middle class miracle we will cut taxes for the every day hard working americans people that work so long so hard and they've been forgotten it's not clear how many of the cuts will be paid for the senate intelligence committee's invited facebook twitter and google 280 november first hearing on russia's efforts to you social media to influence last year's presidential election you're listening to abc news attention all cpap users this is an important message regarding your cpap machine in your health if my husband cpap machine isn't cleaned well.
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"Junior in high school i can remember going over one of my best friends house this is the summer of two thousand three to watch lennox lewis in vitelic klichko that's probably the last heavyweight fight i cared about and that match got stopped in the sixth round klichko had a cut over his either ref went over and said we can't go on like this anymore the cuts too bad then i remember the hbo commentators being like this is an outrage why are they stopping the fight right now the judges scorecards head klichko ahead he was beating lewis who at the time was the heavyweight champion and that would have been a decent upset and one of the statements that got made after that fight was this is what's wrong with boxing how can they stop a fight like this two thousand seven i'm in college now i'm at syracuse university bunch of us chipin we pool our money together to watch deylaud hoyer mayweather all right like we don't have one of those hot boxes that gets you paper views for free we're going to stone up ask college kids and find a way to come up with the fifty or sixty dollars to watch this one it's a big one and what happens mayweather wins by split decision half of us in the living room are screaming that deylaud hoyer got robs that he got screwed that he won the fight and for those of us who said that the rally cry was this is what's wrong with boxing the judges don't know what they're doing you're later i graduate from school i get my first radio job in buffalo which two thousand nine i'm doing update anchor shifts there and hosting shows but i.