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Modest Gains Nudge Nasdaq Above 15,000 for the First Time

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00:16 sec | 11 months ago

Modest Gains Nudge Nasdaq Above 15,000 for the First Time

"Gains but enough to earn both the S and P 500 NASDAQ composite index fresh closing highs. Yes and PhD, up six points today and the NASDAQ Rose 77, the first ever close above 15,000 for that tech heavy index. The Dow Jones industrials gained 30 points

Henri Brings Floods, Power Outages to East Coast

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01:04 min | 11 months ago

Henri Brings Floods, Power Outages to East Coast

Disney Wants to Move Scarlett Johansson Trial Behind Closed Doors

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00:29 sec | 11 months ago

Disney Wants to Move Scarlett Johansson Trial Behind Closed Doors

USWNT Loses to Canada in Tokyo Olympics Semifinal

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

USWNT Loses to Canada in Tokyo Olympics Semifinal

"Canada Early this morning groans here in the US America's hopes of winning an Olympic gold medal in women's soccer went out the window in a stunning semifinal loss to team Canada. Penalty awarded after B A R review. Big moment in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics here. Claiming for Canada scores. Harlow whites call on NBC first time The Americans lost to the Canadians since 2001 Canada will play for the gold Friday against Australia or Sweden. Seattle

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Grubauer Signs Six-Year, $35.5 Million Contract With Kraken

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00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Grubauer Signs Six-Year, $35.5 Million Contract With Kraken

"Hit the free agent market and the expansion Seattle cracking quickly swooped in to sign him. Six years. 35 a half million dollar deal group, Our expected to share time with former Florida goalie Chris Triggered sports at 10 40 after the hour. Bill Schwarz Comeau News Over the years you've

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U.S. Combat Role in Iraq to End This Year, Biden Says

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Combat Role in Iraq to End This Year, Biden Says

"A change in the U. S mission in Iraq at the White House, standing alongside the Iraqi Prime minister, Mr Biden announcing the U. S will not by the end of the year being a combat mission, but supporting Iraq in its fight against Islamic State militants are shared fight against Isis. Is critical for the stability of the region, and our counterterrorism cooperation will continue. Even as we shift to this new phase. We're gonna be talking about the announcement following the president ordering troop withdrawals from Afghanistan. As the

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Dow Closes Above 35,000 as U.S. Stocks Rebound From Jitters

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00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Dow Closes Above 35,000 as U.S. Stocks Rebound From Jitters

"Here's Jim Tesco stocks closed out a strong week with 1/4 straight advance and the major market indexes at new highs. The Dow industrials ending above 35,000 for the first time. In the Friday session. That blue chip index rose 238 points the S and P 500 gained 44. The NASDAQ composite leaped

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Colorado Flooding Kills 1 as Flash Floods Force Rescues in Southeast

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00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Colorado Flooding Kills 1 as Flash Floods Force Rescues in Southeast

"County, Mo. News with monsoon rains expected to pound parts of the West again this weekend Search and rescue teams in Colorado race to find people swept away during powerful flash floods and mudslides earlier this week, ABC's Qena Whitworth is there. Officials here in Colorado say it will take several months to clean up all of that damage. Spoke with some residents here who say they can't imagine things ever returning back to normal. The body of one

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WSU Coach Nick Rolovich Can't Travel to Pac-12 Media Day Since He's Unvaccinated

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00:38 sec | 1 year ago

WSU Coach Nick Rolovich Can't Travel to Pac-12 Media Day Since He's Unvaccinated

"More reaction today to Washington State University's football coach deciding not to get vaccinated against Covid 19 and former Cougar Line backer backer Doctor Sarin, Murong says. Obviously, it's your choice and you know, like I'll respect that. But Kind of in the position that he's in. It's disappointing, you know, as the leader and wazoo President Kirk Schulz issued a statement saying that Washington State University expects all students, faculty staff and volunteers to be fully vaccinated before the start of the fall semester. This comes after coach Nick Rolovich announced that he would not attend PAC 12 Media Day next week. Because he is not vaccinated and does not plan to be vaccinated.

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FDA Calls for Investigation Into Alzheimer's Drug Approval Process

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00:31 sec | 1 year ago

FDA Calls for Investigation Into Alzheimer's Drug Approval Process

"The approval of a controversial new Alzheimer's drug. In a letter sent to the health and Human Services Inspector General Janet Woodcock asks for an independent review into the interactions between drugmaker Biogen representatives at the FDA Woodcock alleging that there may have been communication between the FDA and Biogen during the review process that goes against FDA policy. Biogen's new Alzheimer's drug received FDA approval in early June despite an advisory committee previously questioning its efficacy. ABC News is next get more out of

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Bed Bath & Beyond Shares Surge as Retailer Hikes 2021 Outlook

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00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Bed Bath & Beyond Shares Surge as Retailer Hikes 2021 Outlook

"Bed bath and beyond this morning came out with what appeared to be mixed Quarterly results. Sales did rise nearly 50% from a year ago, even as earnings were hurt by costs related to the home goods, Retailers Turnaround Plan Bed and Bath also raised its full year outlook. And that helped shares jump 11 and a quarter

Hector Santiago Becomes First Pitcher Ejected for Failing Sticky Substances Check

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00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Hector Santiago Becomes First Pitcher Ejected for Failing Sticky Substances Check

"First picture ejected under Major League baseball's crackdown of illegal sticky substances. The umpires yesterday. Check Santiago's glove during the EMS White Sox game and found a sticky spot manager Scott Service explained. It was only rosin and perspiration. He does not believe his players should be suspended After winning two of three in

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Former Skid Row singer Johnny Solinger dies

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00:14 sec | 1 year ago

Former Skid Row singer Johnny Solinger dies

"Singer Johnny Sullinger dead at the age of 55. Last month, He revealed that he was battling liver failure and had to spend a month in the hospital. He spent 15 years as the vocalist for the band from 1999 through 2015, an update from

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Uber Pays $3.4M for Seattle Gig Worker Leave Law Mistakes

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00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Uber Pays $3.4M for Seattle Gig Worker Leave Law Mistakes

"Some of the headlines are following this afternoon. Uber has agreed to pay more than $3.4 million to 15,000 drivers after acknowledging violations of Seattle's paid sick leave law covering gig workers. Amid the pandemic, the Seattle City Council last year temporarily extended sick and safe leave

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Top Medical Adviser Says 'No Fans' Safest for Tokyo Olympics

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00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Top Medical Adviser Says 'No Fans' Safest for Tokyo Olympics

"Today, Japan's top medical advisor says because of the pandemic, no Spectators should be allowed to attend the games. For now. No international fans are allowed in. About 9000 baseball fans. A T Mobile park last

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Daredevil Dies Attempting World-Record Motorcycle Jump

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00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Daredevil Dies Attempting World-Record Motorcycle Jump

"Falls short of the target. Almost Corwin Hank has more afraid of resident and stunt driver Alex Harville chose the Moses Lake Air Show. To attempt a Guinness world record breaking dirt bike jump More than a football field in length spectator Debbie Williams tells K. R E M She was watching as the 28 year old daredevil tried for a 351 ft jump. The next thing I know he went off with the ramp and he didn't make it to the hills back tire. Looks like he got caught. And then he flew through the air in his helmet came off. Losing the helmet may have cost Harville his life as the Kawasaki motorcycle crashed into the dirt just short of the target ramp. He was airlifted to a nearby hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Harville leaves behind a wife and two young sons. Corwin Hike. KOMO NEWS The Tour de France creating a women's

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Signet CEO Sees More Strength Ahead for Online Jewelry Sales, Which Doubled in Latest Quarter

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00:16 sec | 1 year ago

Signet CEO Sees More Strength Ahead for Online Jewelry Sales, Which Doubled in Latest Quarter

"And that's evident in the fiscal first quarter Results out of Signet jewelers today. The retailer who's chains include Jared Zales and Kay Jewelers posted quarterly profits that handily beat analysts expectations as same store sales more than doubled from the year earlier period. The sponsor of the

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Unvaccinated People Are Only Covid-19 Cases Being Hospitalized

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00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Unvaccinated People Are Only Covid-19 Cases Being Hospitalized

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04:09 min | 3 years ago

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"Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler. Thanks for being with us. The UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez, his message to the US and Iran is to avoid anything that would escalate the current tense situation and to have nerves of steel UM spokesman Stefan, Zurich telling reporters at U UN headquarters today that the secretary general firmly believes in the need for dialogue between the parties involved as probably the best way to defuse tension and avoid any escalation airlines have rerouted flights to avoid airspace, near the state of moves after Iran shutdown US military surveillance drone there at American aviation officials warn that commercial jetliners could be mistakenly attacked the incident reflects a dangerous escalation intentions between Washington and Tehran. President Trump reportedly had approved military strikes against Iran last night, but call them off at the last minute, the US military. Again ready to launch at a moment's notice. But it is now unclear if and when that will happen sources tell ABC news that President Trump approved a strike against Iran last night, before abruptly changing his mind. The New York Times I reporting planes were in the air and ships were in position before the president called off the strikes against the advice of secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, and national security adviser John Bolton. This strikes were said to include Irani and radar and missile batteries, that one official says could have caused civilian casualties. The move would be in retaliation for the shoot down of the American drone, which Iran and TV is showing images of what they say is part of the recovered wreckage. They now have Thursday, Iran showed video of what they claim is their surface to air missile streaking toward the US drone exploding on. Impact? This video hasn't been verified in a video released by the US military. The drone is seen plunging into the waters below the unarmed and unmanned aircraft. One of America's most sophisticated drones cost one hundred thirty million dollars. It's wingspan as broad as a seven thirty seven the drone was monitoring the Gulf of Oman, where recent attacks were carried out on oil tankers and over the strait of Hormuz that vital shipping. Waterway the US military claims it was flying in international airspace. Pinpointing drone as roughly twenty one miles from the Iranian coast, when it was hit well away from the twelve mile territorial limit, but Iran maintained, the drone was in Iranian airspace. It's revolutionary guard corps stating and enemy that violates our borders will not return and will be destroyed the president initially, issuing a stir. Turn warning limited very bad mistake, but then suggesting it may have been a foolish error seeming to question whether Iran intended to shoot down the drone. I kind it hard to believe. It was intentional. If you want to know the truth, I think that it could have been somebody who was a loose and stupid that did it those waters are protected by an Iranian naval fleet of small, but swift boats. And what Iran lacks in air power, they make up for in missiles, capable of launching retaliatory missile strikes against Israel. We Saudi Arabia, and proxy groups with the power to so chaos through tax across the Middle East. Tata's ABC's, Martha Raddatz a criminal case that reads like a Tom Clancy. Novel still playing out in a coastal town in Florida. The Riviera beach city, worker who opened an Email didn't realize that he or she was unleashing a hack attack. That would take control of the government computers. The hackers demanded a heavy ransom in essentially untraceable cryptocurrency, some. Citizens are furious revere beach paid six hundred thousand dollars as part of a shakedown to hackers tech specialist. Joseph Russo hopes that other towns are watching Riviera Beach, Florida. That is a case study locally of a international pandemic warning to Email users everywhere, to be careful about what you open, Jim. Ryan ABC news.

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01:33 min | 3 years ago

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"Have a looks like northbound I five a disabled vehicle right at milepost one thirty four in Tacoma near east McKinley. Way the center lane is blocked, your next KOMO traffic at two fifty four. Komo forecast is. Is very sunny today changing tomorrow to mostly cloudy, and then some showers possible for the middle of the week cooling from the mid seventies to the mid sixties back to about seventy though by Friday, then sunshine should return by that point. Will it stay around for the weekend? We'll have to wait and see right now it's seventy one and sunny at KOMO news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station, KOMO news, one thousand FM ninety seven seven Jeremy grater our editor, I'm Taylor van Cise headlines or following today. Gas prices headed downward as the summer driving season is heating up, according to gas, buddy. The national average fell more than six cents over the last week, nationally two dollars and sixty seven cents a gallon. Although, you know, you're paying at least fifty cents more than the rest of the country by living here in Washington, and two people were injured in a shooting during the Toronto, Raptors NBA championship celebration. Social media showed Cup swarming. Nathan Phillips square and the downtown section of Toronto. Police say to people are being treated for serious injuries. Although they are expected to survive and two people have been arrested the dust, still settling after George Stephanopoulos wide ranging interview with President Donald Trump ABC's Cecilia Vega. With more over two days, ABC news inside the white. House.

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Center's can help with over fifteen Washington locations. Call one eight hundred info fix for one near you. Fix auto the first words I should come to mind after an accident your next KOMO traffic at one fifty four. Komo forecast is very sunny for the weekend and not too hot. Either mid seventies for Saturday and Sunday as well as probably Monday and Tuesday of next week, we'll have a little bit of sunshine. Staying with us for this afternoon before a little bit of cloud. Cover comes in tonight. Staying with us tomorrow morning before it burns off by about lunchtime or so, on Saturday, very similar to what we saw today if not just a little bit warmer right now in Seattle, it, sixty eight degrees and mostly clear at KOMO news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station, KOMO news, one thousand FM ninety seven seven. Jeremy grater is our editor this afternoon. I'm Taylor van Cise headlines following today. Police are still working to determine a motive in the shooting of baseball star David Ortiz to people in prison. In the Dominican Republic have been questioned in connection with the shooting last Sunday. At least a dozen have been implicated. Authorities are looking into whether or not the attack on Ortiz was plotted perhaps in jail and tesla CEO Elon Musk announcing at the three video game expo in Los Angeles that the electric luxury cars will soon be getting video games that use the car steering wheel and pedals as controllers eight didn't say, win those games would be available tests. The previously announced that the popular running gun. Video game Cup head would be added all three games under consideration should be available for test the models with an over the air software update. Musk emphasizing the cars have to be in park in order to play those games on the in car systems the.

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03:09 min | 3 years ago

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"Taylor van Cise headlines that we're following today. Hundreds of TSA staffers, including some air marshals are going to be sent to the southern border as federal authorities try to deal with the rising number of migrants the border. Deployment comes as the summer travel season. Ramps up. Meanwhile, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham is introducing a Bill to address what he calls the horrible situation at the southern border. We know some border patrol members from here in Washington are going to be headed down south as well, and Alabama's strict new abortion Bill is a step closer to becoming law that the state Senate passed that measure, which would ban abortions in almost all cases, including rape, and incest, the ACLU threatening to take the state to court if the Republican governor Kay Ivey signs the Bill, according to US governments to sit statistics between six hundred. And eight hundred thousand children women and men are brought and soul bought and sold across the international borders of the United States each year to be forced into labor and commercial sex. Human trafficking is on the rise across the country and here in Washington to several organizations are working to help victims. Komo's Carleen Johnson. With a close up. It is estimated that seventy six percent of transactions for sex with underage girls. Start on the internet. It's a thirty two billion dollar a year industry and human trafficking is on the rise south King County is a hotbed for those who sexually exploit others. You may see it. But not know what to do Robert visor is the executive director of Seattle against slavery partnered with the Federal Way coalition against trafficking. Someone a person in a grocery store walking around and the the older guy who was with her. It was a younger girl was holding onto her arm the whole time, and if you tried to look around and do something else, they were just squeezing her arm real hard, the lady look. Scared when make eye contact with people there is a national hotline to call where they will contact local authorities who specialize in helping traffic victims number everybody can call eight eight eight three seven three seven eight eight eight it's a national trafficking hotline and report situations like that and someone will go and reach out and see if they can give that person help I'll repeat that number in just a moment. Visor says in many ways Washington, though, a hotbed for this activity has led the way for other states in coordinating police and service agencies to go after the perpetrators and rescue the victims often minors from trafficking between law enforcement. You've got folks from the FBI from Seattle police department from King County sheriff and service providers with organizations like youth care or nexus youth and families who have housing they have counseling, they have ways for kids to get back into school because they've been withheld from being able to get the education they need, and they work with law enforcement folks to create safety as much as possible and our legislators in this state. Have created really great laws to hold traffickers and the people buying traffic sex accountable on Saturday the eighteenth in Federal Way, they're holding a fundraiser. It's called break the chains. It's a five k race and walk the money. All of it goes to help the groups who are rescuing victims like this young woman who spoke at last year's break the chains fundraiser as a young child there.

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04:45 min | 3 years ago

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"With Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler. House Judiciary committee chairman Jerrold Nadler says President Trump's assertion of executive privilege over special counsel. Robert Muller's report is a clear escalation of his administration's blanket defiance of congress, Nancy Nadler, speaking ahead of a committee vote to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress, not turning over a fuller version of that Muller report, George Clooney says the media should be a little kinder to Megan the duchess of Sussex after she gave birth to a baby boy Clinton has told the Associated Press at the Hollywood premiere of his movie catch twenty two that the media scrutiny will intensify. Now that she and Prince, Harry, our parents, the actor says the media coverage is part of being members of Royal family. Komo news time ten forty six. President Trump defending his old tax record today. After the New York Times revealed his businesses lost more than a billion dollars in eight hundred ninety really rich. Shasha that time and time again, Donald Trump has built himself as the ultimate dealmaker just as he did on ABC back in nineteen ninety four. I was at the highest pedestals the hottest in the country, the highest point everything, I touched turned to gold immediately. Everything I did too into golden. I started getting boring, but even as his famous art of the deal became a bestseller. According to the New York Times, the Trump business empire at the time was deep in the read the paper obtaining, a decade worth of Trump tax records from one thousand nine hundred five to nine hundred ninety four the most detailed look so far at the president's taxes, which he has refused to make public defying tradition while I'm under audit. I won't do it. The time says the records show a tumultuous decade of fevered acquisition and spectacular collapse during which Mr. Trump ran up more than a billion dollars in losses on businesses like his Taj Mahal casino and two failed airline, and that's. Not all according to the times in multiple years. Mr. Trump seems to have lost more money than nearly any other individual tax payer in the country and the paper says because of those staggering losses. He paid no federal income taxes for eight of those ten years a much richer than anybody thought that accompanies quaver little dead. Tremendous, casual a lawyer for the president telling ABC news, the tax information obtained by the New York Times is demonstrably false, and he calls the paper statements about the president's taxes and businesses highly inaccurate these records do not cover the years that are now at the center of this major showdown between the White House and congressional Democrats. Just this week the president's team refused to release returns for those years saying that there's no legislative purpose in doing. So, but this is a fight that could go all the way to the supreme court ABC news senior White House correspondent Cecilia Vega. President Trump tweeting about the latest negotiations between the US and China ABC's. Karen Travers at the White House. President Trump says trade talks. With China are moving too, slowly. So he's threatened to raise tariffs on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods by Friday. The president this morning on Twitter writes about current tariffs. Quote, I am very happy. With over a hundred billion dollars a year and tariffs filling US coffers. Great for US, not good for China. Economists tariffs impact American businesses and consumers higher costs on items imported from China, which is then passed down to the consumer in the form of higher prices. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Ten forty nine from ABC. News Tech Trends, some tips for cutting down on your screen time. Dr Jennifer mills is psychology, professor at York University. She surveyed a number of college students about how they felt in the moments after posting selfie. He felt more anxious after posting yourself more negative more dissatisfied with your appearance, less confident neurobiologist Dolton comb says that's because tech companies have designed their platforms to keep people scrolling may never get that stopping. We never get the signal saying I've. Probably been on Twitter long enough now and that endless scroll makes his form. Unhealthy habits and biological level. It's a thousand times easier to make a habit than to break a habit. But he has some tips for being aware of the time. You spend on your devices number one piece of advice. I give people be really thoughtful about the habits you bring into your life. Because once they're in their reports find the average American spends forty nine days per year looking at their phones or tablets with Tech Trends, I'm Sherry Preston. ABC news father accused of paying four hundred thousand dollars to get his son in Georgetown as a tennis recruiters facing prison time. Prosecutors say business executives Angeles pleaded guilty yesterday to fraud conspiracy in a nationwide college admissions bribery scandal. Investigators say agreed to bribe former Georgetown tennis coach, Gordon Ernst to get his son into the school as tennis recruit. Even though it's never played tennis competitively prosecutors are recommending eighteen months of incarceration and a fine of ninety five thousand dollars ten fifty. Time.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Bill at the editor's desk. I'm Taylor van Cise headlines that we're following today. The owner of the New England Patriots Robert Kraft, charged with soliciting a prostitute Palm Beach. State attorney Dave ehrenberg said craft could either surrendered to police in person or his attorney may make other arrangements with the state New York. Congressional lawmakers and first responders are in Washington DC today to demand the reauthorization of the nine eleven victim compensation fund ahead of the union. The head of the uniform firefighters association, Gerald FitzGerald says the fund which gives money to thousands sickened at ground zero. After nine eleven will expire in two thousand twenty the Bill to be introduced today would make that a permanent fund a new piece of evidence in the jussie smollet case has come to lights ABC's. Eva pilgrim reports jussie smollet digging in denying. He staged a racist and homophobic attack act like, you know, me his TV dad coming to his defense as the show they worked on empire pulse. Mullets character from the last two episodes of the season to avoid further disruption onset, Terrence Howard, posting on Instagram the Jesse I know could never even conceive of something so unconscious and ugly. His innocence or judgment is not for any of us to decide. Stay in your lane Millette charged with filing a false police report. Now, the center of a media frenzy detailing the attack in an interview with ABC news. He said this maga- country. Face. Back police now saying he made the whole thing up. That's Millette came up with an elaborate scheme that he planned for weeks. First they say sending himself a bogus.

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

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"Twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now news time. What o'clock time to go live to ABC news as they cover our world. From ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg. President Trump says it'll be up to his new attorney general to decide what to do with a special counsel's report. Once it's completed as a special counsel's Russia investigation seems to be nearing its conclusion. A President Trump was asked Wednesday if the Muller reports should be released while he's traveling to Vietnam next week. That'll be totally up to the new attorney general. He's a tremendous man a tremendous. Person who really respects this country and respects the Justice department. So that'll be totally up to him. That would be attorney general William Barr who has not committed to releasing Muller report to the public saying only that he'll do what is necessary under Justice department guidelines. Karen Travers ABC news, the White House resident continues to push back against the deputy FBI director. He fired Andrew McCabe who says President Trump believed Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence officials, President Trump again, insisting former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe was trying to lead a coup to remove him from office as a I think is a disaster. And what he was trying to do is terrible. And he was caught. I'm very proud to say we caught him cave says he was simply investigating the president. When he had troubling conversations with Mr. Trump about Russia. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. The State Department says an Arizona woman who fled to Syria to fight for ISIS isn't a US citizen and isn't entitled to return to the country. Hoda Muthanna was born in the US and her father was a Yemeni diplomat which could subject her to different rules when it comes to birthright citizenship, but her lawyer says she was born after her father stopped being a diplomat. The number of hate groups in the US has a thirty year high. According to a new survey by the southern poverty Law Center. The report finds is now more than a thousand groups growing from nearly eight hundred four years ago. The web is absolutely key now for white supremacists. In recruiting this is where most recruiting happens. Heidi by Rick is with the SP L C mall street at the close the Dow is up sixty four points. You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo. News. Good afternoon. Komo news time one oh two. I'm Taylor van Cise.

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03:59 min | 3 years ago

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"Eye on what Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. Congress demanding answers for former FBI director Andrew McCabe regarding his confirmation of a counter intelligence investigation against President Trump today Senator Josh Holly sent a second letter to current FBI director Chris Wray on the agency's tactics. South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham announced he plans to summon deputy AG rod Rosenstein to explain alleged comments about invoking, the twenty fifth amendment against Trump thousands of flights at airports across the country are grounded ahead of another large winter storm as of last night. Nearly a thousand flights have been cancelled the hardest hit areas include Washington, DC, Baltimore, Chicago and Philadelphia. The man accused of killing his fiancee in Colorado last year was in court yesterday. More from ABC's Qena Whitworth accused murderer Patrick freezing lead into a packed courthouse wearing a ballistic vest and handcuffs as gruesome new testimony comes to light about the role that Ida. Nurse Christie Lee Kenny allegedly played in the murder of Kelsey with the Colorado. Mom last seen on November twenty second with her one year old daughter Kayleigh on the surveillance video at Safeway. According to an agent for the Colorado bureau of investigation. Kenny told investigators that frees you called her on November twenty second to say, she had a mess to clean up and that Kenny said, she knew Frasier had killed barris. Patrick kills Kelsey in a horrific manner. With a bat in the back of the head. As Kelsey is sniffing candles with a blindfold over her is Kelly was in the back room of Kelsey condo. When Chelsea was murdered. The agent testified that Kenney said frizzy, then went to thanksgiving dinner with his family and that Kenny claims she cleaned up the crime scene. Two days later, then watched frizzy burn a black tote bag. She believed contained Chelsea's body. Kenny freezes mistress allegedly told investigators she feared for her children's safety after veiled threats from freezing. So she said, she complied. But claimed she intentionally left behind evidence of the murder for investigators to find we wouldn't even know where the murder happened in the apartment, even which room or where it happened at all without her testimony. But it was barris parents who investigators say I notified them of blood splatter in their daughters bathroom nearly two week. Weeks after she disappeared. The agent testified frizzy said Berith was an abusive mother despite police saying they have no evidence of that. And that frizzy asked her to kill Kelsey once even suggesting that she poisoned Kelsey favorite. Starbucks coffee. A caramel macchiato Patrick phrase. Contacted crystal Lee in Idaho on three separate occasions had her come to Colorado to murder Kelsey Kenny allegedly admitting she did end up bringing the coffee to Kelsey posing as a new neighbor, but says she didn't poison it. Now, crystal has also pleaded guilty to destroying Kelsey cell phone, and you have to remember that Patrick told investigators the last time he saw Kelsey Barrett was on thanksgiving, but prosecutors are using cell phone location data to prove Patrick and Kelsey phones were in the same location days after that once again is ABC's Qena Whitworth. British transport officials are expanding no-fly zones for drones around airports as a way of increasing security the no fly zone. Drones around. British airports is being extended. Did you stay three miles in an attempt to avert major disruptions? The department for transport says the Soma winds and on March thirteen from the current point sick of a mile officials also working on new legislation to give police more powers to stop and search people suspected of using Joan's maliciously more than one hundred thousand travelers were stranded or delayed before Christmas after drone sightings Gatwick, which is Britain's second busiest airport Charleston desma.

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03:55 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Taylor van Cise among the headlines that we're following today. President Trump calling a New York Times story that he inquired about changing prosecutors in the Michael Cohen case in his words, fake news. The times story said that the president asked acting attorney general the acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker. If Jeffrey Berman could lead the investigation instead Berman Trump ally who had recused himself from the Cohen prosecution and former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe, claiming that he notified congressional leaders, including Republicans after he opened an investigation into President Trump MC McCabe on the today show on NBC this morning. He said he ordered the pro because he was worried that the president was working on behalf of Russia. All indications are that deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein will leave the Justice department next month. Just as a new attorney general takes over Washington Post national security reporter, Matt Zappa task is following it. All he spoke with komo's Rick van Cise. Matt what does this mean first of all for the Muller investigation, which of course, Rosenstein initiated any potential impact now that William bars taking the reins of because William bar is taking the reins rod Rosenstein, isn't technically the guy who can veto decisions and Wrigley. He wasn't even before in the immediate months before William bar took over because Matt Whitaker the acting attorney general had refused to recuse himself. So he was technically in charge. Now that said rod Rosenstein is the number two official at the Justice department kind of like the COO he's sort of got his hands more on the pulse of the operation than the attorney general, and he has all the institutional knowledge about Muller's probe. So if he leaves before it's done, and he's got some weeks left at presumably could wrap before then. But if he leaves before it's done, the Muller pro would lose that kind of institutional knowledge, and that certainly could have some. Impact? Oh, he's not the guy technically in charge. Now Bill bar is Matt wise Rosenstein, leaving this has everything to do. With the recent interviews and claims by former FBI deputy director, Andrew McCabe. Does it? No, I don't believe. So I mean, look he's been in hot seat pretty much from the moment. He took the job definitely since he appointed Robert Mueller special counsel, and he's ready to go. He's been ready to go last month. We and others were boarded that he was telling people. Hey once Bill bar is confirmed. I you know, I wanna I don't wanna leave the department. I want to go out and make money. That's totally understandable, given that he's had to exist. Kind of the last two years in the hot seat, the new detail. Now, Bill bar is confirmed. He's kind of putting a little bit more firm time line on it saying, hey in mid March. I don't see any connection to the McCabe interviews that have been going on certainly those are unflattering revelations for Rosenstein, and they work the president at Rosenstein. But if those are related, I don't think rod Rosenstein would have kind of a three week runway to get his affairs. In order. The president would move on him, much sooner. This is just all normal and expected a real news here, we just sort of know a more definitive time line. We're talking with Washington Post national security reporter Mads Pitofsky Matt who's on the short list to replace Rosenstein. Do we know why didn't get the shortlist of one a guy named Jeff Rosen who is the deputy secretary of transportation. Now, he's not a guy with Jeep Justice department knowledge his connection to Bill bar seems to be that they both were at the Kirkland Alice law firm, perhaps no one another through that. Now that said Bill bar has plenty of Justice department experience, and you have to have Justice department experience to be the deputy attorney general, but we expect Jeff Rosen will be, you know, don't make an announcement that he's going to be the guy to replace rod Rosenstein in the coming weeks. He'll still need to be Senate confirmed in President Trump, of course, is the one who has to nominate him though, we understand this has gotta bars pick as a condition of taking the attorney general job bar wanted to pick his own guy and Rosen is his guy. All right. Do you can read more online? On all of this at washingtonpost dot com. Of course from Washington Post national security reporter Matt's up task. That's komo's Rick.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Taylor van Cise headlines for today the nomination of William bar as attorney general is advancing to a full Senate confirmation vote after clearing a key hurdle today. The Republican led judiciary committee approved bar with a twelve to ten vote along party lines, South Carolina, Republican Lindsey Graham called bar. A great choice scandal continues in the state of Virginia. New report says the top Republican in the Virginia state Senate reportedly oversaw a yearbook that contained racist photos and slurs as well. So at least the top three Democrats and one leading Republican have all been involved in some sort of scandal. Komo news time one forty six. The father of the man accused of abducting of ducting, Jamie clause and killing her parents breaking his silence ABC's Linsey Davis reports. Speaking out exclusively to ABC news. With this message for clauses family to humbly. Ask people to pray for a complete healing of Jamie's heart. And saw broker. For everything that was happening. Patrick Patterson did not want to answer questions about the investigation. Just hours after his son Jake made his first quarter appearance outfitted in an orange jumpsuit and glasses the man accused of kidnapping clause and murdering her parents declined his right to a preliminary hearing, do you understand the charges against you at this time? Yes, according to court documents Patterson targeted the thirteen year old girl after seeing her board a school bus near her home in October. It was then quote, he knew that was the girl. He was going to take allegedly continuing to say he put quite a bit of thought into the details of how he was going to Dr ultimately killing Jamie's parents in.

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03:26 min | 3 years ago

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"These stories Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. I'm Tom hutler. Virginia democratic governor out north of needs more time to decide is future. As a fallout from a racist. Picture continues to grow NBC says that's what northern told his staff during a meeting today amid calls for him to resign. After a photo surfaced from his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook showing men in black face and a Ku Klux Klan robe, Northam apologized, Friday and said he was one of the people in the photo Saturday. You said he doesn't think he is actually in the picture. President Trump dealing with a variety of his who's getting ready for due to liver. His state of the union address tomorrow night, a quarter of the federal government is going to run out of money again February fifteenth with another partial shutdown looming. Meanwhile, House Democrats planning a number of investigations of the president and his administration, the president confronting a variety of problems as he prepares to deliver his state of the union address tomorrow night, one quarter of the federal government runs out of money again. February fifteenth the specter of another partial shutdown is looming. And of course, he's talked about invoking a national emergency order to get his southern border wall built ABC's. Alec Rogan is in Washington. Take us through the development of the weekend understand the White House may have some concerns about set majority leader Mitch McConnell. Yeah. So the president has been hinting that he wants to declare a national emergency to allow the military to begin building his large scale wall on the southern border that he wants this is as the seventeen number congressional group is trying to negotiate a solution to that issue as well as a long term solution for funding the government. Now, what McConnell has reportedly were warned the president about is. It is. In fact, he does declare this national emergency. There are a lot of Senate Republicans who will side with Democrats and try to block him from doing this first of all in the house, obviously the chamber is now controlled by Democrats. So they will. Will do what they can to block him. And in the Senate. There are enough Republicans who opposed the notion of the president declaring national emergency such that they could band with the rest of the Senate Democrats to help the democrat controlled house block, the president from declaring a national emergency. They declared this they say this is an overreach of executive power that sets a dangerous precedent. Of course, he thinks he's well within his rights to do this bottom line. He is hell bent on getting the funding for this wall one way or the other absolutely is. And he's pretty much dismiss out of hand the results of this committee, which is he said happened till February fifteenth to find some way to keep the government open. Of course, if he does declared as national emergency, it will likely be immediately subject to all sorts of court challenges. So even if. The Republicans don't rebuke came in time, essentially, it's not as if this wall is going to be built immediately. I mean, it would be a way for the president to declare a political win in saying that he's doing everything he can to build this wall. But it's unlikely to begin construction right away. And as you mentioned there are enough concerns among Republicans that this is an overreach of power that perhaps this could become a question that goes to the supreme court, and is they're adjudicated as to whether or not this is inappropriate use of his executive power. Very interesting. The story has many more chapters to unfold alley. Thanks for sharing part of over this this morning. We'll talk to you soon. Thank you. Maybe sees Alex Ollie Rogan.

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05:05 min | 3 years ago

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"O'neil at the editor's desk. Taylor van Cise among the headlines or following today. The FBI says they cannot definitively say what motivated the Las Vegas gunman that killed fifty eight people in October of two thousand seventeen in its final report released today, it does conclude that Stephen paddock sought infamy and had complained for a while about his declining physical and mental health and Democrats choose a former candidate for Georgia's governorship to deliver their response to President Trump state of the union address that's happening next week. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, chose Stacey Abrams to make the high profile response considered a rising star in the party will carry the state of the union and the response right here on KOMO news. Perhaps you've seen the news on Facebook or Twitter under certain conditions. People can hear what you're doing while calling your apple iphone? It's problem with the FaceTime. App. And following the fallout is ABC's Alec stone who joins me on the KOMO Newsline. Good afternoon. Alex. There taylor. Yeah. Pretty freaky. If you think about it that somebody could be calling you and without you knowing while your phone is ringing. They can hear everything you're saying and potentially in some cases, see video of whatever is in front of your phone. Your camera activates, and this has been going on a bear lay. For some time. There's a family in Arizona claiming the day notices problem. Their son fourteen year old son tried to do group chat on FaceTime and back ten days ago on January nineteenth. So he was playing four night wanted to chat with his buddies. And notice this happened and a day continually tried to notify apple this bug. But that apple wouldn't listen to them that they weren't responding. They tried writing them legal letters. They tried sending them notes on the the apple bug bounty program calling them, and they never got any response Intel nine to five MAC a blog and apple blog wrote this open yesterday. So it add apparently been going on for some time. But bottom line. Through a couple of different things that you had to do and in group chat of putting in your own phone number. But if you did it right pretty much everybody. We were at ABC able to replicate it yesterday and make the other person stow-n-go active without them knowing and you could listen in on what they were saying is this bugs still active today. Alex. No facetime. The group chat has been completely shut down that you can't use it right now. If you want to use it, it's not available to you. But there are a lot of people who are now shutting off FaceTime completely. You can go into the settings on your iphone and toggle off FaceTime. And even though there's no indication that one on one there's any threat there. Some people are saying, yeah. But until yesterday afternoon, there was no indication that there was this problem with group FaceTime. So they're turning FaceTime completely. But you can still use one on one apple says, this is not an issue there. This was a group FaceTime issue, and that they're dealing with it. They will have a patch out, hopefully, a fix later this week any government response to this. I'm thinking the FCC might be interested or the FBI maybe state agencies to. Yeah. They they no doubt. They're looking at it. We haven't heard anything official from them. They're looking at any kind of criminal aspect to this. There are bugs typically whether it be an apple or Android device in many of the devices that we have typically though, they are fixed quietly all of the security updates that you get this one became very well known, and it's a feature that so many people use that it's not, you know, some back door thing where you'd have to be a computer programmer to figure it out or a hacker to figure it out. This one was pretty easy to replicate. And that's why so quickly apple went in and shut it off ABC's Alec stone with us on KOMO news. And ABC crew is Alex was mentioning did try this out ABC's Brad milkey recorded it while he was trying to call his producer on hearing, not just my own voice back. But I'm also hearing anything that's going into David's microphone, and he doesn't even touch the screen you. He's not accepted the call. He's not declined. The call is just ringing on his desk. And yet I'm still hearing him and whatever is going on around his microphone. Komo news time to fifty. Propel insurance money news with Jim Cesco how much anticipated fourth quarter earnings report from apple is out ten results appear to be largely in line with expectations. The iphone maker posted per share earnings of four dollars eighteen cents on revenue of eighty four point three billion dollars its own revenue. Just under fifty two billion was a little shy of estimates and down fifteen percent from earlier but revenue from services like Apple Pay apple music. At high cloud storage was up a sharp twenty nine percent. Apple shares are up three and a half percent in after hours trading. Stocks put in a mixed performance today. The Dow industrials rebounded fifty one points. But the NASDAQ composite fell fifty seven that's your money. Now, we check your money news at twenty and fifty past the hour next update at three twenty traffic is next. Pot short and stout. Here is my handle when he is my spout. This when I get steamed up then I shout..

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

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"O'neil at the editor's desk. I'm Taylor van Cise headlines. We're following today. The president and house speaker Nancy Pelosi you have agreed to hold the state of the union next Tuesday. Pelosi sent a letter to President Trump today requesting that he delivered the annual speech in front of congress v. The address originally scheduled for January twenty ninth which would have been tomorrow, but the partial government shutdown delayed it and the Justice department is charging a Chinese telecom giant with conspiracy to steal trade secrets today. Acting attorney general Matt Whitaker said wow, way conspired to steal trade secrets from T mobile while way accused of Bank and wire fraud as well former Trump adviser Roger stone says he's innocent, but he still might be open to working with special counsel, Robert Muller's Russia probe stone arrested in Florida on Friday morning and hit with a raft of charges, including lying, the congress and obstr-. Putting an investigation facing up to twenty years in prison if convicted Roger stone, the president's longtime friend and occasional advisor vowing to fight the indictment. There is nothing to find it is designed to intimidate or perhaps seek personal information that it could be used to embarrass me. Stone says it's all overkill and is offended by the FBI's rate of his home on Friday. The included a tactical team. This was an expensive show of force to try to depict me is public enemy number one. He's a Gestapo tactics. But while he was blasting the special counsel did not rule out cooperating with prosecutors any chance you'll cooperate. That's a question. I would have to I'd have to determine after my attorneys have some discussion if there's wrongdoing by other people in the campaign that I know about which I know of none. But if there is I would certainly testify honestly never suggested to you in any way, shape or form that that he might offer you a pardon. Absolutely, positively not donors accuser serving as an intermediary between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks with published damaging emails about the Clinton campaign emails, a US intelligence community says the Russian government hacked from the DNC and Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, investigators believe.

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06:07 min | 3 years ago

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"Editor's desk. Taylor van Cise. Among the headlines we're following today. The government shutdown cost the US economy three billion dollars that won't be recovered. The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office or CBO says eleven billion was lost during the shutdown, but eight billion will likely be recovered. The CBO also lowering the GDP for the first quarter of this year, which of course measures economic growth and President Trump. And Roger stone have not spoken about the possibility of a pardon in the Muller probe leading up to stone's arraignment in Washington tomorrow. Trump's attorney Rudy Giuliani told NBC news at the president has not discussed pardoning stone. Stone was arrested in Florida on Friday being charged with seven criminal counts, including obstruction witness tampering and making false statements in the Muller probe around Seattle. The name Howard Schultz is synonymous with both the Starbucks empire. And the loss of the Seattle SuperSonics. But at the national level, he's the latest billionaire hoping to shake up the twenty twenty presidential race. I will run as a centrist independent. So what would a well-funded third party candidate due to the twenty twenty picture for that? We're joined on the KOMO news line by Michael Scherer, a national political reporter with the Washington Post. Good afternoon. Thanks for having a third party billionaire seems to me we've seen something like this before nineteen Ninety-two with Ross Perot. Perhaps we asked before George Wallace me sixties ran a third party ticket. And there have been smaller candidates. Ralph Nader in two thousand was blamed for Al Gore's loss in Florida. Remember, usually these tickets to consequential at the end of the day, but shields has a theory of the case, and that is because more independence are registering in the country and because both parties going to their ideological corners in terms of policy. There's a new opportunity here to run down the middle. We don't know whether that case will prove out in his announcement yesterday which had been expected. Is causing a lot of concern. Among Democrats who worry that he will play the traditional spoiler role with these third party candidates tend to Washington state's Democratic Party is urging Schultz to not run as an independent because if you know the chance that it could erode democratic candidate to unseat President Trump, but I wonder what would Scholtz sand for as a candidate. He's he truly a centrist. It depends. How you define centers. Everybody has their own do that term. But but he clearly is somewhat between the parties socially. He's well to the liberal. He's got a lot of work on racial relations. For instance. He's. Given his employees education credits work at Starbucks. He's objected to President Trump leaving the Paris climate accord's. He's worked on convenience in the past as well. Cisco though, he's he said that he's a moderate Asian pretty critical of Democrats for promising free things free healthcare free education, and and he can very critical both parties for building up the budget deficit in the in the US debt and says we're going to have to go after entitlements. Which is which is not a message that tends to appeal to Democrats is the road toward the White House tougher for a billionaire like Scholtz if you were to go through a major party's primary process rather than pushing forward as an independent, and by that I mean could Scholtz be competitive if he were to run as a democrat. We don't know the answer to that, you know, obviously, no one saw Donald Trump coming or very few people thought Donald Trump coming in two thousand fifteen and he was able to take over the Republican party and win the presidency. It's possible that a billionaire can do that it looks like Michael Bloomberg the former New York there who's worth something. Like fifty billion dollars is looking very seriously at a democratic presidential run the cycle, and he may have some success. I think what is certainly true is Howard Schultz is taking a lane that is far more open. There's little to prevent him. If he's willing to spend the money from getting on the ballot and these fifty stage, and if he's able to pull something fifteen percent or roughly there in national polls before the general election debates he will get into the debate. And that could be very disruptive for the party. His people say there is a pass to winning a majority of electoral college votes. But even if people short of that he has the potential of really affecting the outcome of the race or in what would get confusing outcome. Throwing the decision over the next president to your house representatives, if no candidate gets to Chevy electoral votes from the state in two thousand twenty the house will decide who the next president will be Michael Scherer with us on KOMO news. He's a national political reporter for the Washington Post. Thanks, michael. Thank you. Komo news time one twenty and time for our propel insurance money news with Jim Cesco elections set for may across the block Facebook says it's tightening requirements for political ads in the European Union. Its latest ever to fight misinformation on its platforms. The social media giant says political ad buyers will need to have their identities confirmed before placing ads which will also be entered into a public archive. The rules are similar to those the company put in place last year in the US Britain and Brazil Nissan says it is cooperating fully with an inquiry from the securities and Exchange Commission into its paid to executives in the US Beeson. Former chairman Carlos Goan is jailed in Japan and charges that include falsifying financial statements by under-reporting his compensation, that's your money. Now on Wall Street, the Dow NASDAQ and as and p five hundred closed lower the Dow off by two hundred eight points to twenty four thousand five twenty eight the NASDAQ down by seventy nine to seven thousand eighty five and the s&p five hundred down by about twenty. One points to two thousand six forty three locally stocks were mixed Cosco and Alaska Airlines gained some ground today. In fact, Alaska Airlines up by more than one and a half percent. But Amazon lost about two percents and Microsoft down by about two percent as well any effect for Howard Schultz's, and is potential run for the presidency for Starbucks, doc wealth, no, not really down by just nineteen cents per share to sixty six dollars and ninety cents your next money update at one fifty traffic is.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Taylor van Cise in for a Lisa Jaffe here in Washington state, local leaders are weighing in on the end of the government shutdown. Komo's Charlie harder tells us what they're saying. Many Republicans are saying they're just glad it's over while Democrats like governor Jay Inslee say it should have never happened in the first place. Former state Republican share Kris van has left the GOP and has a different point of view. He says the president is at fault for this shutdown. But shouldn't take all the blame the bigger systemic problem is the Republican party's moved way to the right democratic parties moving away to the left. There's no ground to compromise in the center has fallen and America needs a new centrist major third party. And I hope that emerges during this twenty twenty election cycle. He started a political action committee aimed at independent voters in Washington. Charlie harder. Komo news governor has declared a state of. Emergency due to an outbreak of measles. Thirty one cases have been confirmed. But according to state, academia, Dr Scott Linquist, there could be many more. You have ten people in this room that were exposed to measles that were susceptible nine of those ten are going to get easels stat infectious. Most of the cases are in Clark county, the declaration by the governor freeze upstate resources and requests help from neighboring states. There are two education levies on the ballot for Seattle lights next month, both support Seattle public schools. This is mayor Jenny durken. I think it continues the commitment that we've had in this region for decades and generations, but leave with the conservative Washington policy center says the schools are asking for too much, and it really is just a, you know, a concern about the cost of living in Seattle that the fact that only rich people are going to be able to stay in the city because the taxes are so high election day February twelfth, oh, you may notice some of the people in cars around you seem to make up their own rules. Komo's Ryan Harris tells us there is low. Low tolerance for that. During the Seattle squeeze. In addition to directing traffic.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Taylor van Cise, and among the stories, we're following this hour, the partial shutdown of the federal government will precede the Senate failed to pass pair of competing bills. The first Bill involved the president's compromise proposal for temporary protections for dreamers and nearly six billion dollars for border wall funding, Democrats put forth a second measure, which would extend funding for affected government agencies and departments on a short-term basis until February eighth, but again, both failed and secretary of state Mike Pompeo says former Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro can't break diplomatic relations, noting that he doesn't have the legal authority to do. So more on that in a moment with the fight over the border wall. Still continuing we're getting some new numbers of activity along the border from the federal government US customs and border protection says it has seen a dramatic increase in the number of large groups of. One hundred or more illegal immigrants trying to enter together in the last four months. There have been fifty three large groups mainly in Texas and Arizona, a vast majority of the migrants from Guatemala and made up of family units. The government saying it has seen a two hundred eighty percent increase in the apprehension of families and children along the border compared to this time last year ABC's Alec stone. The US State Department says it does not consider an order by nNcholas Maduro for US diplomats to leave Venezuela in the next few days legal Madero issued that statement soon after President Trump recognized one Widodo as the country's president says Madero does not have the authority to kick out our diplomats. So what you have is on one side Madero who was sworn into his second term just a few weeks ago on the other side, the thirty five year old opposition leader, one Guido calling data collection rigged and being sworn in himself is president by the national assembly and. In the middle of all this those American diplomats and their families who will remain in the embassy despite.

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04:20 min | 3 years ago

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"Of rain today and tomorrow, breezy as well. With gusts around forty miles an hour today. Maybe forty five overnight and tomorrow that rain continues with not quite as strong of winds, and there isn't expected to be much in the way of trees coming down. But you might see some power flickering high tomorrow of fifty one degrees and then back to the mid forties for the weekend right now in Seattle. It's fifty one at KOMO news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Seattle's only twenty four hour news station. Komo news with Bill O'neil at the editor's desk. Taylor van Cise headlines. We're following today. New house speaker Nancy Pelosi says lawmakers should be champions of the middle class. The California Democrat elected speaker in the vote of the full house today and said the house is again, renewing what she called the great American experiment, and stocks tumbled on fears of a global slowdown. The Dow Jones was down by more than six hundred points. We'll have a full money report. Coming your way in about four minutes. I former US marine remains behind bars in Moscow Russia accused of being a spy Paul Wieland's brother, David says he was in Russia for a wedding. We realized that something had gone wrong. And that Paul wasn't where he was supposed to be. But no one knew where he was today. We're learning about his spirits, and how much access the US State Department has had with that. We're joined by ABC's Aaron Katersky could afternoon Aaron. Good afternoon to you tailor the the lawyer for Paul Whalen, spoke to us a short time ago, and and said. That what they're probably gonna do is let them get convicted. And then maybe it'll be some exchange for some Russian in American custody. There's not a lot of progress on this case. And in fact, the lawyer said it may take several months for Wieland's case to be processed maybe even half the year. So in the meantime, he sits in a rather notorious Moscow prison, the lawyer and his family along with the US ambassador. Jon Huntsman of all said he's doing fine though. The family is understandably concerned for his well-being. Okay. When you say a possible exchange, I think a lot of bells go off in our heads about Maria, Boutin, a- sure and a lot of speculation has fallen onto Tina, and whether this is a tit-for-tat response, which wouldn't necessarily be surprising tactic used by the Russians. Boutin has pleaded guilty to conspiring to be an unregistered foreign aid. Of Russia in the United States and infiltrating conservative political circles, she is due to be sentenced soon and expected to serve about six months. So the lawyer said it may not necessarily be Boutin ah in the exchange, but he did seem to confirm the suspicions that this was all kind of a ploy to to to get some Russian released from American custody and still the question remains why wheelin what about him was so attractive to be picked up by the Russian government. Well, he may have been an easy Mark because he had been to Russia a number of times called himself. Larussa file had a social media presence in Russia. And was there. This time his family says for a wedding the Russians have either trumped up or not said that he is in possession of a list of classified Russian operatives and was in Moscow to try and recruit Russians to the American cause people that he first met online that he then came to Russia to meet now during the run-up to Maria tina's court appearances, we were seeing all kinds of things from American news outlets as well as the US government being pretty transparent about where she's been over the past years, and what she allegedly had been doing any sort of reciprocity from the Russian government. Are they being specific or pretty vague here? No, they have not been specific. And and the only inkling about the espionage charge. We've had comes from the this Russian news sites that reported he was in possession of classified list, but beyond that the Russians haven't said, the the lawyer said it will all come out in court. But again court could take months ABC's Aaron Katersky with us on KOMO..

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