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"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO
"White House covert advisor Andy Slavitt is pushing young Americans to get vaccinated, Terry Moore reports. Get vaccinated. Everyone 12 and above is now eligible to get the shots and slap. It made this plea to young people were winning the war on the virus, and we need you. Help us finish the job. Whether your graduate still in high school in college, just out or more than a little bit out. It's the most important thing you can do right now. He told a briefing that vaccines have led to a dramatic reduction in hospitalizations and deaths from the coronavirus for the first time since the pandemic began. Covert cases are down in all 50 states. Slavitt revealed that his son got the virus last fall. Unfortunately, he is one of the many Americans battling Longer term symptoms. He's young and fit and in the prime of his life, but six months later He still suffers from techie cardia, shortness of breath. And I'm going infrequent flu like symptoms. His hands are cold to the touch. CDC director Rochelle Wolinsky said all Americans should be feeling cautiously optimistic but again warned the fight against the pandemic is not over and there still is a lot more work for us to do ahead. I'm Terry more in Washington. Texas governor Greg Abbott is barring local governments and school district's from mandating masks as co vid trends continue to drop. Some local leaders in the Lone Star State are questioning the governor's motives. Correspondent Clayton Nevil reports. With covert cases dropping statewide in no major concerns of another outbreak. Some Texans were cut off guard by the announcement. Governor Have it signed an executive order yesterday that says public schools can't mandate masks after June 4th. Constitutional attorney David Cole says he expects pushback from educators. The governor clearly has power toe regulate administrative things like mask wearing that sort of thing about things that are organs of state government. But school District's are a little different in the education agency is independent Administrative agency of our state government governor doesn't usually tell them what to do have its order also allows local government officials to be find if they try to impose mask mandates. County Judge Glenn Whitley serves Tarrant County, which includes forward so I just think it's funny that he didn't want to do it when local governments were saying that there might be a fine for citizens not complying, but he didn't have any problem applying the fines to local elected officials. Judge Whitley isn't opposed to lifting mask mandates but takes issue with not letting local government, 70 said the governor is painting the entire state of Texas with one broad brush Whitley, another local leaders believe have its announcement appears to be a political Move, But the governor says the state will continue to mitigate covert while defending Texans liberty to choose whether or not they mask up. I'm Clayton.
"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO
"A post trump era campaign ads for the Republican Accountability Project hit the airwaves. Nothing is going to stop list Cheney from telling the truth, that we will not forget what happened on January 6th the truth about the election results. The election wasn't stolen The truth about the January 6th attack on the capital. President Trump claimed for months if the election was stolen, and then apparently set about to do everything he could to steal it himself had soldiers Republicans to stand with Liz. Meanwhile, leaders in the Republican Party growing agitated with Cheney and response to President Trump's recent announcement that the 2020 election should be referred to as the big lie. Cheney took to social media, reiterating her stands that the election wasn't stolen. It wasn't long before GOP leaders renewed their call to remove Cheney from her role is conference chair. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News. The potential vote has nothing to do with Cheney's vote to impeach Donald Trump. No, there's no concern about how she voted on impeachment. That decision has been made. Have heard from members concerned about her ability to carry out the job is conference chair to carry out the message. We all need to be working as one Republican congressman Jim Jordan, told Fox. He would vote to remove Cheney's chair. I've said we should be focused on Crazy things that the Democrats are doing all their left wing agenda and they're spending and and and so forth. But unfortunately, our conference chair wants to continue to talk about things that aren't I think in the best interest of the party. In the best interest of the conference, White House per secretary Jen Psaki was asked about the beef within the Republican Party. The Republican Party seems to be spending a lot of blood, sweat and tears trying to figure out Where they stand and what they stand for, and that's their prerogative of vote on Cheney's role in the party is expected by the end of this month and could come as early as next week. I'm Clayton level. Coming up on 10 after President Biden is setting a new goal for Corona virus vaccines, Terry Moore reports. The president has a message for those who have been vaccinated and a plea for those who have not. The light at the end of the tunnel is actually growing brighter and brighter. The president spoke with White House and said he aims to see 70% of adult Americans with at least one vaccine shot by the Fourth of July holiday. He also wants 160 million Americans to be fully vaccinated. By that time, Americans have sacrificed and served to make this progress possible. Showing the best of who we are As a people. We need you. We need you to bring it home get vaccinated, Biden said July 4th could be the start of a return to normalcy in America. He noted a dramatic turnaround in the US in a few short months. And also we should this warning to those who are vaccine hesitant. Their failure to get the vaccine may cause other people. To get sick, maybe dying, The president urged those who are hesitant to talk to their doctors and neighborhood. Pharmacists. Go get the shot as soon as you can. He said. He wants to start getting kids vaccinated and noted efforts to make vaccinations more accessible and convenient. I'm Terry more in Washington. It's 11 after America in the morning is sponsored by Abby Can't get to the bottom of your stomach issues, it might be executed. Pancreatic insufficiency or.
Biden unveils executive action to curb gun violence
"Out of Syriza of executive actions, hoping to go to curb gun violence around the country. Enough enough enough during an event in the Rose Garden. The president called Gun Violence up public health crisis. Gun Violence in this country is an epidemic and it's the international burst. He cited a staggering economic tool linked to gun violence in the U. S. $280 billion a year. Said. How could that be? Joe hospital bills, physical therapy, trauma counseling, legal fees, prison cost and the loss of productivity. I'm Terry Moore and this comes as Texas
OC Fair announces plan to return this summer
"Rides, games and fried food ready for thousands of cooped up visitors this summer. This year, we're limiting capacity, OC affairs Terry Moore says. Currently, the dates are July 16th through August 15th, depending on covert 19 case rates, fewer number of rides, fewer number of concessionaires that giving everybody a little more elbow room for safety, But we'll see We'll have all of the favorite fair officials are pushing for about 75% capacity again, Maura less depending on Cove in about 45,000 people a day more, says reopening the fair could generate $10 million in proceeds and because of capacity limits. People should buy tickets in advance in Orange County,
CDC outlines what fully vaccinated people can do
"Well, the CDC is releasing guidelines now for people who have been fully vaccinated with more Here's Terry Moore. CDC Director Rochelle Wolinsky took part in a virtual briefing of the White House coronavirus response team CDC recommends that's fully vaccinated. People can visit with other fully vaccinated people in small gatherings indoors without wearing masks or physical distancing. As for outside the home, everyone whether vaccinated or not Should continue to avoid medium and large size gatherings as well as non essential travel and when in public spaces should continue to wear a well fitted mass. Wolinsky also repeated warnings about the spread of coronavirus mutations or
"terry moore" Discussed on KTOK
"Input. House speaker and Nancy Pelosi is still not saying when she will send the article of impeachment to the U. S. Senate. Here's Terry Moore with the latest Will be soon As I said, you'll be the first to know Speaker Pelosi during a Capitol briefing, noting that now former President Trump was recently impeached by the House for his role and instigating an insurrection on the capital of the United States on our democracy, Referring to the January 6th attack on the Capitol, Pelosi responded to Republicans who have said the nation must move on now that the ex president is no longer in office. President of the United States committed an act of incitement of insurrection. I don't think it's very unifying to say Oh, let's just forget it and move on. I'm Terry More state representative Kyle Hilbert of Bristowe has filed a bill to tax electric car owners when they charge their vehicle at a public charging station. Owners would also have to pay an annual registration fee equal to what a comparable gas powered vehicle owner pays and fuel taxes every year. Albert says it's a way to ensure that all vehicle owners using state highways or contributing to the cost of maintaining the system in a fair and equitable manner. State Education Department now says students and teachers and others can report threats via text message. That's in addition to the current threat, Hotline and Web site, officials say texting a tip will allow for anonymous two way communication images and video to be sent 24 hours a day. The text number is 2 to 6. 787 From the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Weather Studio. Allen Samuels, Volkswagen Your friend in the car business Cloudy with some fog.
"terry moore" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19
"Trump your trump whole trump family. And we're praying for you. We're lifting you up today. In prayer vice president pence and terry moore lifting you up in prayer pamela harris and elect joe biden where you up in prayer even if he steps aside. You need to incorporate god into your plan. You cannot get rid of this pandemic on your own. It is a spirit released from hell. You don't know from whitsett comment from wednesday's going today. I'm telling you that almighty god he's going to bring judgment mr trump. You have enough on your plate to answer for the baby who are caged at the border. The two hundred and fifty five knives are under your watch. You have a lot to the answer to answer for today. We love you mr president. Please step aside mr giuliani. Please step aside all those more marching and protesting that. You're right to do so but step with time. This is god's call because you're rebellion because your rejection inside the virus but he's using it to mccain at glory and honor in the earth today step aside you do not want to heat the word of the lord today go with what's coming whether elect joe biden income. I take around in the next few days. Whether president trump will concede or not concede. America has rejected the word of the lord. Step aside. my heart is heavy today. Because you don't have to shut down the nation you don't have to close down the schools direct. They don't have to.
"terry moore" Discussed on MILLIONS WILL DIE. COVID-19
"Trump your trump whole trump family. And we're praying for you. We're lifting you up today. In prayer vice president pence and terry moore lifting you up in prayer pamela harris and elect joe biden where you up in prayer even if he steps aside. You need to incorporate god into your plan. You cannot get rid of this pandemic on your own. It is a spirit released from hell. You don't know from whitsett comment from wednesday's going today. I'm telling you that almighty god he's going to bring judgment mr trump. You have enough on your plate to answer for the baby who are caged at the border. The two hundred and fifty five knives are under your watch. You have a lot to the answer to answer for today. We love you mr president. Please step aside mr giuliani. Please step aside all those more marching and protesting that. You're right to do so step with time. This is god's call because you're rebellion because you're rejection inside the virus but he's using it to mccain at glory and honor in the earth today step aside you do not want to heat the word of the lord today. Go with what's coming. Whether elect joe biden income. I take around in the next few days. Whether president trump will concede concede. America has rejected the word of the lord. Step aside. my heart is heavy today. Because you don't have to shut down the nation you don't have to close down the schools direct. They don't have to.
"terry moore" Discussed on Parenting Roundabout
"Welcome to round four of the parenting roundabout podcast for the week. Of August third I'm Terry Moore Oh and here with Nicole era knits. And Catherine Go. Hello As moms of teens and young adults. We survived those little kid days yet. We're still rethinking the decisions. We've made all through our kids lives and worrying about what's going on right now today's Thursday, which means it's time to give into are obsessing and today like so many parents we're obsessing about distance learning and how to help our kids do better with it since it seems likely that at least some of school in the fall will be from a distance. If not, all of it I am delighted to really not have to worry about this at all because my kids around school. So. So tell us tell our listeners, Catherine, Nicole, all the great ways you found tell kids distance learning go. Kathy. Well? Yeah. I, mean in the spring it was not pretty So far for this fall, my high school students will be going in person. But, as you can imagine, I'm not really counting on that peel a permanent state. So I definitely am looking for ways to do better with with the distance learning I mean last in the spring for one class where I discovered, my intervention was needed. The time. We'll just. This was for French class. So since I speak French who I was able to just be redid it we did it together. You Know I. We sat together and pulled up the. List of instructions and lessons, and it was usually like watch this video and then take this little online quiz or activity your. Little vocabulary game or whatever it was. So we just Kinda did that together but obviously, that's not going to be feasible for. Everything So I don't know. I'm I'm definitely worried One of the things that is happening this summer is that my son is doing online driver's Ed. And that I'm sort of looking at as A. Test case for the fall. Yeah and. You know. It's had mixed results. Because there's are some built in motivation in terms of do you WanNa Drive But. That hasn't. Solved entirely for us You know as I told you guys online I just was like, okay tomorrow. We're GONNA, get starbucks and you're GONNA do some do some lessons and that actually worked. So. Ivory. Yeah exactly. this a lot of like dollars and calories for. For the whole entire course, but we'll see what happens. Yeah. Because I think part of it was just like getting started..
"terry moore" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of the corona virus could hamper the economic recovery Terry Moore reports Powell testified in a virtual Senate hearing and said there is significant uncertainty about the recovery our country continues to face a difficult and challenging time as the pandemic is causing tremendous hardship you're in the United States and around the world he noted that small businesses and lower income and minority Americans are especially at risk until the public is confident that this disease is contained full recovery is unlikely the economy was devastated by the ongoing corona virus outbreak Powell stressed it will take some time to restore full faith in the economy he also warned it will take longer for some businesses to come back than others their parts of the it will struggle to return to their old ways of activity because they involve getting people together closely in large groups the fed chief also talked about state and local government budget shortfalls and said it could be a drag on the national economy for years many states have balanced budget requirements I'm Terry Moore in Washington ten till time for Wednesday's sports here's John Stallman good morning John following in the footsteps of his late father Dale Earnhardt junior has been selected to headline hall of fame's class of twenty twenty one they'll be inducted along with eighty seven year old red farmer and the late makes the fanfic in Charlotte North Carolina despite having never won a series championship the longtime fan favorite received seventy six percent of the votes cast on the modern era ballot junior became the face of the sport when his dad who was known as the Intimidator during his career was killed during the Daytona five hundred in two thousand one Dale junior one twenty six races before retiring as a full time.
"terry moore" Discussed on KGO 810
"Skills are better than this comedian's bats on the Hollywood minute I'm John trout this is America in the morning a top government immunologist has some dire warnings about the on going corona virus outbreak Terry Moore has that during a house hearing Dr Rekha bright said there is still no coordinated federal response to the ongoing crisis without better planning twenty twenty could be the darkest winter in modern history he warned that time is running out our window of opportunity is closing if we fail to improve our response now based on science I fear the pandemic will get worse and be prolonged Dr bright also said decisions about reopening the U. S. must be based on sound science from the nation's top scientists right was demoted after raising concerns about president trump's controversial promotion of an anti malaria drug as a treatment for the corona virus you filed a formal whistle blower complaint rights assertions were rejected by trump outside the White House more than a the version like to read more in Washington twenty two before the hour crushed by corona virus our Jim Roope reports California's revised budget looks like a horror film right off the top and this is an understatement and these are not normal numbers other Gavin Newsom isn't talking about the two hundred three billion dollar revised proposed spending plan but the numbers that got him there first is about nineteen billion dollars less than the January proposal which two months ago by the way reflected a six billion dollar budget surplus then the corona virus eight through that proposal like steroid pumped termites on a log cabin leaving in its wake a fifty four billion dollar deficit that path includes the four point six million Californians thrust onto the unemployment rolls over the past two months and in the same period two months or more than twenty two percent decline in revenue coming from three places mostly personal income taxes corporate taxes and sales tax our sales tax revenue projections are taking the biggest hit consumers obviously not able to make the kind of purchases they once were only essential people obviously tightening their belts as a consequence our revenue projections in terms of decline in sales tax revenue is twenty seven point two percent we're projecting a personal income tax to decline by twenty five point five percent in corporate tax by twenty two point seven percent he says he's proposing all state workers including himself take a ten percent pay cut that's nearly three billion right there he's talking about a leaner state work force taking away some perks like cell phones cars conventions six billion in proposed safety net program expansions and spending has been axed educations taking a seven billion dollar hit medi cal the state's Medicare equivalent two hundred eighty million dollars of traction there and more the governor says all these proposed cuts are however can be negated with help from the federal government the federal government has a moral and ethical and economic obligation to help support the states after all what is the point of government if not to protect people their safety and the well being of citizens of the budget is now in the hands of the legislature gym group Los Angeles it seems Wall Street is faring okay not so much on main street at twenty till let's bring in jumbo Hannah got a weird watching Wall Street these days with unemployment way up the gross domestic product crashing major retailers declaring bankruptcy and it looks as though Wall Street is just a happy is a could be what's going on here let's talk with personal finance expert Terry savage her website her name Terry savage dot com and Munger latest books the savage truth on money and the savage number how much money do you really need to retire what is Wall Street saying that we're not Terry R. one three zero two things there are traditional for the stock market to look ahead and and many on Wall Street think that this we will get past this economy will re open and that business will come back and earnings will come back others a lot of debate on that on the street not to spend some down days as well as up so that jury is out on that but the other thing Wall Street sees his money and is an old rule of the street don't fight the fed in this case the federal reserve has said promised an acted upon the promise to create more liquidity to keep the economy from going into a tailspin so money fuel stocks that and the hope and anticipation that we will get through this without a second wave you have put a floor under wall street temporarily anyway are there a lot of bargains out there just waiting to be haunted well I only know that in hindsight Jimbo the fact is the stock market always involves risk in right now is I would say one of the riskier times some of the smartest money on the street is saying on the market is overvalued of course the stock market is where money Greece to disagree but for ordinary people this isn't a question of whether the market's going up or down they're just an awful lot of people in America who are unemployed we've never seen numbers like this in our lifetime and they're having trouble by the way getting through their state unemployment offices many people are getting a stimulus check from the government irises brag that they sent out a hundred and thirty million of them and yet they're just getting around to people on social security and social security disability and then the poorest of those who receive supplemental security income on a card they haven't even just starting to receive their benefits so while the Wall Street is looking ahead to an economic recovery however long that might take there's an awful lot of pain they said you will not be able to before closed if you have an FHA mortgage they've extended that prohibition until June through the end of June many cities are holding addictions and saying you can't be evicted but the pain is spread throughout a lot of people in this economy no matter what the stock market says all right looking at a recession not bad is probably I guess where we're headed but what about the D. word can we really seriously talk about a depression well certainly a possibility and it's beginning to look like that I'm always very optimistic about America's ability to surmount its challenges as when Buffett always says nobody got rich betting against America but if we don't handle this correctly and especially if there's a second wave of this pandemic then we could be looking at a much longer period of slow economic growth not because of government orders to close but because nobody will go out once they realize that a potentially second round will be coming so you can open businesses but you can always open and profitably restaurant doesn't operate profitably with half its tables garnered as an airline with all the middle seats gone and how long will businesses operate at a loss that's the that's the calculus being evaluated now by not only the stock market but by everybody in the economy there were institutional problems back in nineteen twenty nine and the roaring twenties were in many ways build on the on the house of of sad buying on margin and and the like of wires today would you say that the economy aside from maybe the need for a small correction is is structurally sound well it certainly was going into this in a in a certain sense we had economic growth and we had next to full employment so therefore you can't compare this to patented past history because we haven't lived through a time like this where we suddenly shut down I didn't forget not only the US economy but the global economy which has become increasingly interdependent for supply chain that's a big word right saying we all buy stuff from each other and so when you shut down the global economy it's really hard to boost it up back again there may be some great opportunities in the stock market but first what we really need to do is skip to comments here on the world to believe in people to believe that it's safe to go out there to shop six to do.
House expected to pass massive coronavirus relief package
"Passed by the Senate the U. S. house takes up that massive economic stimulus bill this morning at twenty two till Terry Moore reports the roughly two trillion dollar economic recovery package is the largest in history a response to the growing economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis it passed the Senate unanimously and speaker Nancy Pelosi expects a similar outcome in the house it will pass hello C. argued the national response to the corona virus outbreak must be guided by science so that we can really address the challenge that we face in a scientific evidence based way she also defended the amount of money in the stimulus this is an emergency and every dollar that we spend is in an investment in the lives in the livelihood of the American people house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats of stalling the bill for days by pushing political priorities this is the time we have to come together to deliver real results what Democrats did with a total disgrace after expected passage by the house the stimulus bill will be sent to
"terry moore" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"At big Black River main eighteen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout another round of presidential primaries is set for today voters are expected to go to the polls in Florida Illinois Arizona in Ohio the primary there has been postponed until June due to a coronavirus Terry Moore reports on the democratic race it is unclear how the growing coronavirus crisis will affect voter turnout corona virus was a hot topic during the latest democratic presidential debate featuring Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and former VP Joe Biden this is something that is of great consequence as like a war and in a war you do it ever is needed to be done to take care of your people Sanders said president trump should stop talking publicly about the virus first thing we have got to do this the shot this president upright now it is unacceptable for him to be blubbering with on factual information which is confusing the general public the two Democrats tangled again over healthcare and past voting records in Congress now you never said that no all right look here's the deal is going to want to do is tell the truth you we all make mistakes I am telling the truth Biden has enjoyed a string of successes and hopes to continue his momentum toward the democratic nomination Sanders hopes to slow or reverse Biden's momentum I'm Terry Moore in Washington in sports the Kentucky Derby is being postponed from may to September according to a published report that would make it the first time in seventy five years of the race won't be run on the first Saturday in may the last time the derby wasn't held on the first Saturday in may was in nineteen forty five.
"terry moore" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"States and the federal government respond to the growing corona virus threats that includes money to help speed development of a corona virus vaccine before the vote Alabama Republican Richard Shelby said it's time to put partisan politics aside it's an aggressive plan a vigorous plant that is received an overwhelming positive reaction Vermont Democrat Pat Leahy the crisis is real world why they're now ninety two thousand confirmed cases your three thousand two hundred confirmed deaths I'm Terry Moore N. B. C. news radio on Capitol Hill today the nation's top children's doctors speaking out on misinformation about the coronavirus ABC's Alex for she has more from Washington on Capitol Hill more testimony from the nation's top children's doctors on novel coronavirus and its potential spread here at home current global situation suggests that this outbreak will become a pandemic that was Dr John brown's team with Boston children's hospital still Dr Terakhir excel from Johns Hopkins warned about misinformation around the virus including recommendations for false yours that could be harmful like drinking chlorine dioxide and conspiracy theories about various governments creating the virus as a Bioepis how experts J. A. B. C. news Washington and we'll continue to bring you fact based coronavirus coverage updates at the top of the bottom of the hour and Kathy Kay dot com and on the I heart radio at your voice your vote average on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren who today dropped out of the democratic presidential race as she will have more to say about the role she thinks her gender played in the presidential campaign just not now I promise you this I don't have a lot more to say on that subject later when asked about the impact of her gender she called it a trap questions saying if she says it did play a role then she would be labeled a whiner and she says if she say says that it did not play a role then a Brazilian women would ask what planet she's living on worn ended by saying she would just have more to say about it later six thirty three now at KFBK well also in our news this evening bones that were found in the bottom of a well in San Joaquin county have sparked an investigation and family members of the victims of the so called speed freak killers want answers a farmer called the sheriff's office after camera he put into a deep well shows what it looks like bones sheriff Patrick Withrow says they're making details available to the public because of the high profile case of the speed for killers Laura Herzog and Wesley Sherman time were convicted of four murders are suspected of dozens of others around San Joaquin county some of the victims bodies were found in wealth and abundance of cautiousness with what's been going on in the past here in San Joaquin county we're going to try and follow up on this and continue our investigation to determine whether it is animal or human the sheriff won't say exactly where the well is but photos of the bones have been sent to the forensic lab at Chico state university the sheriff as sheriff's office says it has twenty four hour surveillance and security posted in the area as it brings in additional resources to investigate your poll question about the stock market I have you been changing your investment strategy after the coronavirus impact of this a crazy up and down you can weigh in yes No what investments you know you can say KPK dot com the afternoon news with Kitty o'neil arcade became Twitter page now up to speed on this hour's top national stories on news ninety three point one.
"terry moore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"And traffic starts now another big corona virus a selloff hitting your four oh one K. today six thirty eighty one hearing news ninety six point five W. DPO on is super Tuesday and it is our top story tonight today is obviously a very very important thank I'm down to southern California from here polls are set to close said tonight is voters in fourteen states choose their presidential nominee reporter Terry Moore begins our team coverage democratic presidential front runner Bernie Sanders is expected to do well because we are more than a campaign we are AT movement but former VP Joe Biden has new momentum after his decisive win in Saturday's South Carolina primary days of Donald trump's divisiveness will soon be over Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren vowed to keep going despite underwhelming results so far and it's Michael Bloomberg's first day on the ballot today that we some polling well in many super Tuesday states but of course former is spending huge amounts of money on advertisements loomer given stop in Orlando this afternoon which is not in a super Tuesday states I don't know where they're going to win any of you if you don't the Wednesday to have to win delegates at his office in on orange Avenue he picked up the endorsement of mayor buddy Dyer for his primary is on March seventeenth Bloomberg is spending the rest of his day in west Palm Beach something up soon will know the name of NASA's new Mars twenty twenty rover that's all coming up next year on a windows evening news this is ninety six point five Orlando turns first for breaking news weather and traffic on top Terry warm evening tonight across metro Orlando are low mid sixties and we're back to a record eighty eight.
Avalanche win season-high 7th straight, 2-1 over Red Wings
"Local Connor second period tie breaking goal propelled the Colorado Avalanche their seventh straight win a two one final over the Detroit Red Wings o'connor scored on a breakaway beating Jonathan Bernier for a second goal of the season Vladyslav Mets the cost what is fourteenth goal and first with the avalanche after recently being acquired in a trade goalie Michael Hutchinson also recently acquired collected his first win in his first start the avalanche winners of eight straight on the road troll Saint Louis by one point for the top spot in the Western Conference Anthony Mantha scored for the red wings have lost six straight Terry Moore Detroit
"terry moore" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Play Terry Moore's Hoosiers taking apart Michigan now another strong second half sixty four forty three they have outscored Michigan in the second half thirty to twelve alley password enjoying another big game she has fifteen Indiana wins this it'll be win thirteen and fifteen plate which would set up a new program record while again sixty four forty three was six forty three to play well county Maryland who lost last night seven top twenty five teams were beaten on Saturday number two Baylor along with six way Florida state twentieth ranked West Virginia seven brand new Virginia fifty two fifty down in Charlottesville bill mobile was beaten by Providence and that Texas tech lost to taxes talking about that Maryland game first loss they hold this year leaving Iowa the only big ten team unbeaten that hole in big ten play their mind and we'll we'll look at the Maryland game versus Michigan state played one of their best games of the year back in Maryland with their first home loss of the season the final seventy eight sixty six Xavier Tillman fourteen and twelve on his double double Cassius Winston had the twenty as they denied the chance to at least going to share of the big title Luka Garza twenty five and seventeen is fourteenth double as I will be Penn state seventy seven of sixty eight it's a busy Sunday in the late nineteenth ranked Michigan played Ohio state tip off a little plans for northwestern and Nebraska something's gotta give they're in the basement and Minnesota Wisconsin later tonight again at the end of women leading up sixty four forty three six twenty.
Nevada caucuses: With all precincts in, Sanders has the momentum
"Vermont senator Bernie Sanders has the momentum after victories in the New Hampshire primary and Saturdays caucuses in Nevada the American all sick and tired of the government which is based on greed corruption and lies former VP Joe Biden finished second in Nevada and badly needs a win in South Carolina to keep his campaign alive four years of Donald Trump we can god willing if we win we can make that up another ratio Saturday's South Carolina primary happens only three days before super Tuesday with more than a dozen states voting Terry Moore news ninety three point one K. F. B.
"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO
"Glacier Montana the nation's high and low yes today eighteen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout fraternity General bill Barr is calling last month's deadly shooting at Florida's Pensacola Naval Air Station an act of terrorism Terry Moore reports announcing the results of a federal investigation bar told reporters the shooter was motivated by to hottest ideology the shooter posted a message on September eleventh stating the countdown has begun the shooter was a Saudi airforce officer who was part of a training mission at the base there are thousands of allied pilots and other military personnel who receive training on military bases throughout the United States or so the shooter apparently had no ties to other known terrorists or terror groups three US service members were killed eight others injured by a lone gunman who was killed by sheriff's deputies bar said Saudi Arabia cooperated fully in the investigation he also noted that the shooter had two iPhones we have asked apple for their help in unlocking the shooters phones so far apple has not given any substantive the systems Mar would not comment about whether the government might sue the tech giant I'm Terry Moore in Washington in sports LSU is the national champion and college football following a forty two twenty five victory over Clemson Heisman Trophy winner Joe borrow the winning quarterbacks so many people put.
"terry moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Include Poland quitting the few weeks before the report was published in cutting himself and look at the look at the after being paid by you and I tax money and supposedly was supposed to be impartial the Barack against an Israeli American documentary filmmaker journalist and author of to plead or not to plea from center street publishing to today's big story at seventeen till the stage is set to as the house moves to impeach president trump today Terry Moore has this update there are two articles of impeachment accusing trump of abusing power and obstructing Congress in the investigation of the Ukraine scandal Maryland Democrat Jamie Raskin said there is overwhelming evidence that the president of the United States has committed high crimes and misdemeanors that's the constitutional standard for impeachment Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern moments like this call for more than just reflects the partisanship that require honesty and they require courage are any Republicans today willing to muster the strength to say that what this president did was wrong Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole this is not the result of a fair process sadly the Democrats impeachment inquiry has been flawed and partisan from day one Cole called it a disastrous political show why put the country through all this if trump is impeached by the house the Senate would hold a trial to determine whether he will be removed from office that's a highly unlikely outcome in the Republican led Senate I'm carry more on Capitol Hill sixteen till coming up the Blasio tackles New York city's exploding homeless problem.
"terry moore" Discussed on KOMO
"Drama starts today in the house rules committee Terry Moore reports the committee will meet to set procedures for the debate in the full house which is expected tomorrow house democratic leaders seem to get a final vote on impeachment sometime tomorrow trump is accused of abusing power and obstructing Congress in the Ukraine scandal if he is impeached a subsequent trial will happen in the Senate the trial must be fair Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer and it's very important that the American people catch it to be fair conducting an impeachment trial in the Senate is enormously weighty and solemn responsibility Schumer pushed his call for witness testimony from some current and former White House officials trials have witnesses his witness list includes acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton the Senate trial would determine whether trump is removed from office that's a highly unlikely scenario in the Republican led Senate I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Jim Bohannon at twenty two before the hour welcome center gas to has studied to an area of our nation's potential defense witness we're talking with don trouble he began as an expert on the air carrier service he was the president of an air carrier and then he began exploring how to protect the air carrier fleet from an electromagnetic pulse attack any you develop that into a ten year mission exploring our entire vulnerability to such an attack and he's not come up with something called safer state project dot com which will explain first of all for those who don't know what is an electromagnetic pulse it's good to be here and electromagnetic holes is a set of very powerful frequencies that that gets hurtled towards the surface of the earth and when they hit the earth they destroy our technology the wipe out our our cars are transportation or communication and we become trapped and isolated and then we suffered star very catastrophic now than you could do this with the relatively small a nuclear device I guess something on the order of of what hit Japan in World War two it didn't have to be one of those blockbuster hydrogen bombs and you do you set it off the in the in the stratosphere you probably would be able to see it from the ground right that's correct hi Jack this is the old stuff it's just it's a matter of where you detonate that nuclear bomb and it's when it detonated very odd about the the U. S. all slaves are magnified and they come straight for the year now that when we we talk about power outages and the like this is not what you're thinking many of you well I've been through power outages we have the power out for two or three days one time no we're talking about the power of possibly being out for months maybe even years refrigeration is god transportation is gone no food that can be stored no power to pub water if you're a diabetic once the insulin runs out and that's the last insulin you're going to get and what is the estimated death toll from a successful EMP attack on this country dog June the experts gate believe that upwards of ninety percent of us will pairs within the first year that is to say a country of approaching three of the thirty million would become a country of thirty million yes and that may be a conservative that's depicted may be it you know there's really America's god if we get hit America's got and whoever may be alive after a year you know it's it's not a good situation these deeds now then what is the safest state project in and the website safe the state project dot com because it's not as though there's nothing we can do now in and you know we're kind of in a conundrum right now hardening it can only occur we have a unified government so safety is attempting to fill that gap that our government can't feel today so we provided the one platform that can unite the American people with a very simple three step procedure they get those on the same page it allows us to preserve critical equipment on our property in our communities so that is any anti it happens we have that backup infrastructure that can keep us alive that can allow us to unite and go out there and rebuild what's been destroyed twenty sat and you just to briefly you can learn more of course at save state project dot com what basically are the steps he threw three steps and the first one is to preserve critical equipment in a fairly cage a fairly cages simply for the purpose of this discussion it's a metal box and whatever goes inside Steve's safe it's shielded from me and P. so if everybody shields the same basic equipment and of course there's there is people are gonna want to shield more than just the basic witness but we all have the same basic equipment communication transportation we've got the tools to survive now we combine now we is standardized food stores fuel stores and all the things that we need to keep our families going for you know a few months and now we've got in even more effective plan but what you need is the final staff which is a standardized set of procedures so everybody's on the same page so that you can you know when your food stores right out you have a pre arranged plan on how to turn the supply chain in word and keep the community alive in awhile three steps very simple and that for that the purpose is to keep it simple they give us what we need to survive and in a week we all to compel the government to come on board and shield a Senate she will level right don trouble are against an expert on EMP the website safe state project dot com.
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"Miss Cindy see that with Robert workmen in sports this is America in the morning I'm John trout house Democrats are moving quickly toward the impeachment of president trump Terry Moore reports New York Democrat Jerry Nadler said this during the latest house impeachment hearings no matter is party or is politics if the president places his own interests above those of the country he betrays his oath of office Daniel Goldman is a top house democratic staff lawyer Donald J. trump abuse the power of his office the American presidency for is a political and personal benefit Democrats also accused trump of obstructing congressional investigations in the Ukraine scandal Georgia Republican Doug Collins called impeachment a sham where's the impeachable offense why are we here Republican staff lawyer Steve caster the record in the Democrats impeachment inquiry does not show that president trump have used the power of his office or obstructed Congress last week house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that formal articles of impeachment against the president will be drafted and that could happen by the end of the week I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill impeachment talk candor report on the Russian investigation are the topics today at twenty till four are Jim Bohannon and gas we're speaking with mark Meckler president of the convention of states dot com to learn more about that in a moment your thoughts first of all on no this is the second day of impeachment hearings before the house Judiciary Committee continuing our rates and it's really representative of the Democrats consistent process to destroy the rule of law I'm very worried about the rule of law in America when impeachment is used as a political tool to position Democrats for twenty twenty with something genuine to worry about in the future the Republic Jim do you think the president should have accepted just German Nadler's offered to have representation of the form of attorneys before this hearing no absolutely not I think he was away at it I think what you're witnessing is a circus and I think the president or his attorneys participating in that would only legitimize a process that is clearly illegitimate your thoughts about the inspector general's report from Michael Horowitz and the disagreements within the justice department from among others the Attorney General himself William Barr yeah I think it's a disaster for the FBI if you look at it over seventeen times they say the FBI acted inappropriately Ichiro's at the leadership at the at the was absolutely incompetent at best at worst they're completely corrupt it shows that we need a remake of that agency literally from the top to the bottom are we talking here about no by as shown by the FBI at all as was the statement from the Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer of New York no I I think with the IG reports that is that near the bison indicate that that's what drove the investigation I personally disagree with that and I think we're alone a lot more U. S. attorney John Durham out of Connecticut is broadly man he has a broad mandate is broadly looking into the start of all the Russian hoax stuff and he can go inside the DOJ and outside you can go inside the U. S. and outside and he is a large to what he has described as a criminal investigation he's publicly disagreed with the I. Jesus stuff and I think we're gonna learn a lot more from John earlier in the weeks to come on the impeachment effort when she appeared before the house democratic caucus did Nancy Pelosi crossed the Rubicon on impeachment is is it now out of the question to even think about going for a vote of censure and dropping impeachment issue now for better or for worse for either side do you think that the she and the other democratic leaders are committed to pursuing impeachment all the way to a Senate trial I think that she committed to impeachment as soon as she opened up the impeachment inquiry there was not a chance that utilising Korean and then say Hey there's nothing to see here she is appealing to the most radical leftist portion of the base she had to do this to appease them I think she knows it's not good politics but I think it was a forgone conclusion when she launched the the investigation in the first place you are the head of the convention of states dot com it is a method of amending the constitution spelled out in article five of the constitution itself we never used it before we've always had two thirds vote of each house of Congress to recommend that the amendments that we've adopted and then of course ratification by thirty eight states why this approach well Jim when we look at what's going on in Washington DC today what we see is a mass and whether you're a Republican or Democrat you think the whole thing's a mass panic rational people understand the Washington DC will never reform itself it will never give away its power return to the people were blogs we're gonna do this we're gonna have to do it ourselves to the second clause of article five zero acting to our state legislatures to get together and I can mention to propose amendments to take power away from Washington DC and give it back to the people I think the time has never been more drastic or more desperate for us to do that what about the danger of a run away convention yeah I hear that pretty regularly it's it's ludicrous really wants an amendment gets out of a convention it's only a suggestion it takes thirty eight states to ratify any member there's nothing radical frankly either right or left they could be ratified by thirty eight states only something that runs straight down the middle of the American population common sense things like term limits and a balanced budget amendment could be approved one is a standard now thirty four states I believe are needed for ratification what do you have or state public imagine right now fifteen states have applied for the convention and I would say here in the next few weeks we're gonna get a couple more Michigan and Pennsylvania are on the brink right now all right very good that's mark Meckler and here again is president of convention of states dot com you can also find him at self governed dot com seventeen tail coming up Houston.
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"President trump is moving closer to reality Terry Moore brings us the latest impeachment hearing in the house the house Judiciary Committee heard from for legal scholars Stanford law professor Pamela Carlin said the founding fathers would be horrified by trump's behavior in the Ukraine scandal when president trump invited Indian demanded foreign involvement in our upcoming election he struck at the very heart of what makes this a Republic to which we pledge allegiance Harvard law professor Noah Feldman president trump has committed impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors by corruptly abusing the office of the presidency George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley argued against impeachment I believe this impeachment not only fails to satisfy the standard of past impeachment I would create a dangerous precedent for future impeachments Turley said the evidence against trump is the end and the process is being rushed Republicans tried to slow down the hearing with some parliamentary maneuvers but those efforts were quashed by Democrats who hold the majority on the committee line carry more on cap hill twenty two now before the hour Jim Bohannon has some background on where the nation's sentiment stands in light of the hearings and welcomes in his guest for more discussion we've had day one of the impeachment hearings before the house Judiciary Committee a day not so much of the specific with this is regarding particular actions by the president but a day of the legal philosophy by legal scholars joining us is doctor Peter Marie see a columnist and business professor at the university of Maryland and the is a national columnist following on Twitter at P. Marie C. one B. O. R. I see I am the numeral one your thoughts on day one of the Judiciary Committee hearings well three witnesses picked by the Democrats only one by the the Republicans it was not a day of legal philosophy by legal scholars it was rather a day of partition ruminations by deeply ideological and not very contemplative professors it was not a good.
Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official
"The possible impeachment of president trump is gaining momentum in the U. S. house Terry Moore reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the vote on a democratic resolution moving the impeachment process forward they are two hundred and thirty two the nays are one hundred and ninety six during a capital breathing hello see insisted Democrats are protecting the constitution from a president who says that I can do what ever I want and not sell house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called an unprecedented undemocratic unfair investigation Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole it's not a fair process it's not an open process it's not a transparent process but instead is limited with a pre ordained outcome Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern we are not here in some partisan exercise we are here because the facts compel us to be here the next phase of impeachment will be highlighted by open televised hearings guidelines have also been set for witness testimony I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Bob Constantini now at twenty two before the hour has the initial reaction from the White House after the U. S. house voted to formalize the impeachment process the greatest witch hunt in American history that's a presidential tweet the first broader White House reaction from press secretary Stephanie Grisham the president has done nothing wrong and the Democrats know it Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats unhinged obsession with this illegitimate impeachment proceeding does not hurt president trump it hurts the American people instead of focusing on pressing issues that impact real families the Democrats are choosing everyday to waste time with Sam impeachment a blatantly partisan attempt to destroy the president president trump did not appear in public but did call into LBC radio in London for a program hosted by the leader of brings it a desperate desperate it's the only way they're going to try and win the election this week because I can wear the fairway the White House and the duties that impeachment by the house is almost a foregone conclusion the president had some GOP senators in for lunch Thursday after the house vote to shore up soon support Mr trump is also planning three rallies next week in the south the White House might add some staffers and lawyers to deal with the formalized impeachment process it is a vote the president and Republicans have been saying needs to be taken before they might cooperate no presidential counselor kellyanne Conway declaring it's too late they move the goalpost completely no they can't do anything that would make this investigation legitimate as for word that former national security adviser John Bolton might appear before the three committees looking into impeachment Conway and the position that former officials quick access to the president should not cooperate has not changed in the actual impeachment hearing room lawmakers continue to depose witnesses from appointee to the National Security Council Tim Morrison resigned Wednesday apparently so he could honor a subpoena appearing behind closed doors Thursday the Russia expert according to sources told committee members from both parties he listened into the phone conversation president trump and with Ukraine's president on July twenty fifth Morrison reportedly said he found nothing illegal in the president asking voters Lynskey for a favor to investigate Democrats but Marcin added he knew the call transcript could be problematic reportedly said he did not want it made
Donald Trump Compares Impeachment Probe To Lynching
"President trump is calling the house impeachment inquiry a lynching Terry Moore reports trump's tweets set off a firestorm on Capitol Hill New York democratic congressman Hakeem Jeffries the president should not compare a constitutionally mandated impeachment inquiry to such a dangerous and dark chapter of American history Massachusetts Democrat Kathryn Clark I don't know how to characterize died from a president except as grotesque meantime that's not the language I would use house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy I don't agree with that language is pretty simple White House spokesman Hogan Gidley tried to explain trumps tweet but the presence I comparing what happened to him with one of our darkest moments in American history he's just not what he's explaining clearly is the way he's been treated by the media said he announced for president and South Carolina Republican senator Lindsey Graham called the tweet accurate so yeah this is a lynching and everything yes this is on American Graham said impeachment is a sham and a
US, Mexican authorities join forces to combat drug cartels
"G and other cartels deal poison and death to Americans in Washington. I'm Terry Moore.
Pence unveils plan for Congress to create Space Force by 2020
"Is touting President Trump's, plan for a US space force. Terry Moore reports it probably won't be like this But. Plans for a real US space force are well underway VP Mike Pence at the Pentagon. We must have American dominance in space pen said the president is committed to strengthening American security here on earth and in space a space force would be a. Separate sixth branch of the American military Trump wants to see. A new department of, the space force by, twenty twenty Defense Secretary James Mattis space is, one of our vital national interest incentive our use. Of space our operations in, space and it is becoming a contested warfighting domain and we have got to adapt to. That reality congress will have a big say in the creation of a space. Force and how to pay for it in
VP Mike Pence unveils detailed plans for Space Force
"Basketball Jimmy Jones left criminal court with his lawyer bowed, his head and said nothing but investigators, say he's the tall thin man wanted for four, days who, fled the scene moments after he knocked another man to the pavement with a single, punch thirty five year old Sanders. Evo a tourist from Florida was dead within. Seventy two hours so Jones is, the former FDIC you assistant coach currently insist basketball coach at Wake Forest assault charges against Jones maybe upgraded following Szabo's death
Remains of unidentified boy found at squalid New Mexico compound
"Results NBC. News Radio I'm Mark Mayfield it's still too, close to call in Ohio special election for the, twelfth congressional district democratic candidate Danny O'Connor is vowing. To keep up the fight we went house to. House remain our case don't change we're gonna. Make, that case tomorrow we're not stopping now tomorrow we rest and. That we keep fighting through, two Republican candidate Troy. Alderson thanked President Trump for his support, and he emphasized that America's on the right path and he intends to keep it going that. Way the margin between O'Connor and Balderstone is razor thin they're buying for seat being vacated. By congressman Pam teary Democrats were looking for a strong finish in. A district they haven't won for decades no matter. What happens, there will, be. A rematch you months and Rick gates is admitting to stealing money from, Paul Manafort to pay for an, extramarital affair, the prosecution's, key witness that he used. The money to pay for an apartment in London he flew first class and, stayed, that, luxury hotels during the relationship, Manafort is on trial, for Bank and tax fraud Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio The. State Department is. Urging patients on the ongoing North Korean nuclear talks Terry Moore reports national security adviser John Bolton. Said North Korea is not making progress toward denuclearization. That prompted some followup from, the State Department's, Heather Nauert. Process of achieving denuclearization is one. That we've all known. Would take some time the world is United and seeing this achieve. So it will certainly take some time President, Trump recently said negotiations with the north we're going, very well now it said getting North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN together with President Trump at the. June summit in Singapore was a very big. Deal, that's an incredible staff and a huge step from where we. Were just one year ago, the conversations continue in. Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC News Radio, investigators are trying to identify the remains of a young boy found Monday at a compound in. New Mexico authorities have been looking for a missing Georgia boy who turned four years old. On Monday last week deputies freed eleven children from the towels county. Compound the missing boy is Connie wash his father. Suraj is, one of, the Five, adults charged, with. The abuse of the eleven children found in the filthy compound he father. Had told the boy's mother he, was taking, the boy to be treated for severe medical conditions that kept him from walking and cause seizures federal health officials say runoff from cattle farm is likely caused a major spring e coli. Outbreak Brian shook has more the food and. Drug administration believes Romain lettuce grown in. The Yuma Arizona region may have been contaminated, by water from a. Nearby, canal the FDA said testing in, June revealed the water was tainted with the same strain of e-coli involved in the multi-state outbreak more. Than two hundred people in thirty six states fell ill nearly a hundred were hospitalized and. Five died from the huge. Bacterial outbreak the, FDA is. Still investigating the case Brian shook NBC News Radio and cases of Lyme disease are being reported in all fifty. States a new study by Quest Diagnostics chosen learning rise in the number of positive tests for the, tick borne illness the big increases outside the northeastern. U. s. were found in California and Florida. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio Uh-huh The.
Chief Paul Manafort, President and Trump discussed on Joe Pags
"Rancho, Cordova Sacramento Sacramento NBC News Radio I'm, Mark Mayfield wildfires are raging out, of control across, California the. Largest to seek car fire burning near reading, northern California it's scorched over one hundred three thousand acres and it's only twenty percent contained the car fire has also claimed. Six lives the felony, trial, of, former Trump campaign. Chief Paul Manafort starts Tuesday Alexandria Virginia Angela Anderson reports Manafort has pleaded not guilty to numerous charges a Bank and tax. Fraud and, failure to file reports on foreign financial accounts special counsel Robert Muller's team is prosecuting Manafort though the charges are not directly related. To Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election there is operating, under, a, broad mandate as special counsel in the Russia probe. Meantime Manafort faces, a second criminal trial, in Washington DC later this year. Angela Anderson NBC, News Radio and the Washington Post reports US spy agencies believe North Korea is still. Building missiles that could, deliver nuclear warheads to the US Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio President Trump, is, again Threatening a, government, shutdown over immigration. Terry more reports the president said he is, not drawing a red line but, after many many, years of. Talk within the United States I would have, no problem doing a shutdown you made the remarks during a White House news conference with Italy's prime minister I would certainly. Be willing to close, it, down, to get it. Done we need border security the president wants multiple billions of dollars for a massive border wall along with broader legislation boosting. Border security, and serious immigration reforms including a, merit based immigration policy Trump also noted that everything is negotiable in Washington I'm Terry Moore NBC. News Radio President Trump is remaining firm on the issue of Russian sanctions, at, the, White House on Monday Trump said US sanctions will remain on the, Kremlin as is Trump, has, strongly rejected criticism that he. Was not tough, enough on Russian President Vladimir Putin at their recent summit in Helsinki he often argues. That no president has, ever been tougher on ROY Russia than, he is Uber has. Decided not to develop self driving semi trucks anymore Brian shook. Has that story. The rideshare company said it will now focus its autonomous, vehicle technology solely, on cars Uber acquired the self-driving tech company, auto in two thousand sixteen sparking efforts to. Develop self driving trucks and the app Uber freight that's the smartphone app that. Links truck drivers to shippers the company says Hooper afraid is not impacted. By the decision to. Halt autonomous truck development in a statement the head of Uber advanced technologies group said the company believes having the entire teams energy, and skill focused on self driving cars is the best path forward Brian shook NBC. News Radio and, Mars is, the closest to the earth it's been in fifteen years we'll be just thirty five point eight million miles from, the red planet that's not much further than the two thousand three encounter Wennemars made its closest approach and sixty thousand years it should be visible to the south west throughout. The early morning Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio.
Thai boy rescued from cave speaks out: 'Thought about my parents'
"Is America in the morning I'm John trout It appears President Trump can't get. Away from questions about his controversial summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin Terry Moore has the latest at a White House cabinet leading. Reporters fired, more, questions at Trump about Russia we're doing very, well probably, as well, as anybody. Has ever done with Russia critics have accused Trump of being soft. On Putin at the summit Trump was also asked whether Russia, is still targeting US elections he said no that contradicted his own director of national intelligence Dan Coats White House press secretary Sarah Sanders later. Denied the Trump. Said, no to the, Russia question she insisted he was saying no to answering questions from reporters the president and. His administration are working very hard to make sure, that Russia is unable to meddle in our elections as they have done in the past meantime Senate. Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said this about Trump is behavior in Helsinki continues, to demand response from congress Schumer. Insisted that the The US translator in the two hour private meeting between Trump and Putin must testify in congress President Trump wanted no one else in. The room. He agreed it would be unusual but necessary so to have the translator come testify and tell what happened. There is an imperative it's so important I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill twenty. Two till for the first time the world is hearing from the twelve Thai boys on their soccer coach after surviving being in. That flooded, cave, more than two weeks following that story is, correspondent Natasha, Chen wearing, matching soccer. Jerseys twelve Thai boys and their twenty five year old coach boarded. A van and left a hospital Wednesday it was their first, step back into a new normal after surviving in a flooded cave network for more than two weeks at their first public appearance since the. Rescue the coach. Said, they often had, group activities after soccer practice and on June twenty third, he said they went into the. Cave because some of The boys had never seen inside before Sanfer wanted three Kate okay they, will go to after about an hour heavy rains, led to rising floodwaters in someone shouted will there were the against. This to that the we're not loss UNLV one direction in the case on the tenth day they heard voices British divers had found them I didn't, sign on the boy who could speak English and communicate for the group said it was a, miracle a miracle to. For the parents who did not, even know their. Sons were visiting, this cave new one, after another the. Boys apologized to their families I say I'm sorry because I told my parents the wrong cave as so they probably, were searching every k.. For me visit experienced teach me Nazif life careless we truly appreciate, all of your kindness they said the. One rescue, diver who died during the operation is a hero the team read messages of gratitude and said they will honor, him in the future Natasha Chen reporting we shift gears with jimbohannon for what's being done about the opioid crisis the, house has passed by overwhelming margin the most ambitious congressional push yet to address the growing opioid epidemic. Which is blamed for forty two thousand. Deaths in the twenty sixteen and we're talking with Erika Anderson a freelance writer. And she is also the author of the, book leaving cloud nine published by Nelson The provision in this this Bill. That has been passed by the house and the Senate would include, calling on the national institutes of health to develop non addictive painkillers what would certainly seem to be very worthwhile avenue, of approach of what do you think overall about just how Bill addresses the epidemic I think it's. Great that congress seriously I think they're taking pretty drastic measures pretty pretty quickly turned your trust is such a crisis in recent years I love this idea you know trying to develop. Painkillers because you have people out there that need painkillers than are, becoming too so I think we? Need to watch it. To not overstepped their bounds but at. The same time we do need some intervention right now. Would you appeared on my nighttime talk show we had Several callers who called in noting the fact that there are people, out there who are in genuine, pain and who have no other option? At this time and. While certainly, you don't want people dying from overdoses and the light but for some people that their choices..
U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown
"A picture perfect launch from the space coast this morning a falcon nine lifting off from launch complex forty just about ten minutes ago the dragon capsule carrying supplies to the international space station there are also several science experiments and the world's first artificial intelligence astronaut on board it's going to take three days for that dragon capsule to reach the station boy if you caught any of this you know republicans are pushing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein hard on sensitive documents in the russia investigation ohio republican jim jordan went after rosenstein in a contentious house hearing i wanna why you won't give us what we've asked for that is not accurate sarah it is accurate we have caught you hi i have not keeping any information from congress meantime south carolina republican trey goudy demanded a quick end to the russia investigation whatever you got finish the hell up i've heard suggestions that we should just closing i think the best thing we can do is finish it appropriately and reach a conclusion on capitol hill i'm terry moore federal authorities are calling it a lot the largest healthcare fraud crackdown in history over six hundred people across the country have been charged by the us justice department including one hundred sixty five doctors nurses and other licensed medical professionals channel nine's martha sugalski the target has been people illegally dealing and prescribing addictive and deadly opioids investigator say medical professionals are seeing a health care crisis has a chance to make big money among those arrests one hundred twenty four south florida residents charged with various fraud schemes involving more than three hundred million dollars of federal money katrina scales news ninety six point five wdbo you leaders are wrestling with their own immigration problems italy recently closed its border to migrants an all night meeting came up with what's being called a vague agreement among the bleary eyed participants british prime minister theresa may who says it involves taking more action upstream and countries of origin so that we can ensure that people aren't having make making dangerous journeys german chancellor merkel's in particular had been under intense pressure to find a breakthrough to stave off a government crisis at home tom rivers abc news at the foreign desk you've driven by two million times i'm sure analogy orlando landmark is coming down the orlando housing authority announcing plans to level the griffin park apartment complex and rebuild it thousands of drivers pass it every day as they use the ramp from four.
Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit in Canada
"Restaurant chain is changing its name by one letter that story on the way this is america in the morning i'm john trout a gathering of leaders from seven of the world's strongest economies will meet in canada today president trump will reportedly leave the meetings early when the topic turns to the environment and climate change some protesters support none of the g seven summit john lawrence as that protesters take to the streets in canada voicing their opposition to the g seven summit we know that we have had to change things on this on this route to make a better living there is a heavy security presence in quebec city where the summit is taking place but the demonstrations have been mostly peaceful some of the protesters chanted anticapitalist slogans others blasted the leaders taking part in the summit bye guys and they have something to defend as for inside the summit there may be some tense moments leaders from canada france germany and the united kingdom are set to give president trump grief about the new us tariffs on aluminum and steel both canadian and french officials are reportedly planning to tell president trump the tariffs could harm the us economy something the trump administration is downplaying i think free world trade is a very good thing indeed but it is broken and president trump is trying to fix it president trump is scheduled to spend a day and a half at the summit a prelude for his historic meeting with north korean leader kim jong un will have some pretty good discussions and as you know we leave from there we leave for singapore i'm john lawrence reporting and on that big meeting next week correspondent terry moore has the latest on plans leading up to the us north korea summit during a white house meeting with japan's prime minister trump said i hope the upcoming meeting in singapore represents the beginning of a bright new future for north korea and indeed a bright new future for the world he warned it may take more than one meeting to get an agreement on denuclearization.
Senate passes bill to reinstate net neutrality
"More of the same two westbound lanes of i four shutdown due to flooding yours channel nine meteorologist brian shields on what you can expect today this is one heck of a stubborn weather pattern we're going to continue with that southerly flow bringing in that tropical moisture today so a couple of showers possible this morning more again by the afternoon at some of those could be kinda gress if we could see a warning or two popping up for some gusty or wins later today and because we've had a lot of rain the last few days some localized flooding will be a threat one to about three inches of rain will be possible for us for today from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields and trump responded to a couple of shouted questions during a photo shoot about the june meeting with north korea we are we haven't heard like military exercises between the us and south korea are going on right now the goal of the talks for the us is to stop north korea's nuclear program the net neutrality bill narrowly passed the senate but it's not expected to come in the house senator chuck schumer led the charge for the democrats this is our chance to make sure the internet stays accessible and affordable south dakota republican john thune criticized the democratic measure the resolution offered what impose partisan onerous and heavy handed regulations on the internet the measure preserving net neutrality faces a very steep climb in the house on capitol hill i'm terry moore i feel a county is looking for experienced even retired law enforcement officers who can watch over charter schools starting this fall be sworn law enforcement officers would work much teacher schedule with the summers off the holidays weekends and you know things like spring break and christmas break made you jake says the sheriff's office offering benefits and about forty thousand dollars in pay the new state law mandates a school resource officer for every school we'll talk about asking and then receiving the flight a flight crew was a head a problem on the airplane and they asked for a doctor will they got a surgeon general surgeon general jerome adams was on a delta flight to mississippi wednesday they a passenger became ill and the crew asks for help and adams answered the call you later tweeted the.
Iran signals flexibility ahead of Trump's nuke deal decision
"Story president trump has reportedly made up his mind on the iran deal history has shown that the longer we ignore a threat the more dangerous that threat becomes the president was considering whether to continue waving sanctions on iran's energy and banking sectors in exchange iran slowed its nuclear program mr trump and his supporters and also israel have been widely critical of the deal what do you think is going to happen to that agreement nuclear agreement but others think pulling out of the accord could lead to future problems i think it's going to drive a wedge between us and our allies and it's only going to accelerate the possibility of iran getting a nuclear weapon the international atomic energy agency says iran is in compliance with the deal and a number of allies including germany and france have tried to convince president trump to stay on board iranian foreign minister javad zarif mocked president trump for his stance on the matter saying in a tweet president trump is jumping on a rehash of old allegations already dealt with by the ea to nixed the deal how convenient iranian officials also say they will not renegotiate the deal that's currently in place i'm john lawrence reporting twenty two tail gina hassles nomination as director is plowing ahead full steam terry moore's in with the story it was an excellent meeting senator passable made the rounds ahead of a tough confirmation hearing this week meeting with senators on the intelligence committee white house press secretary sarah sanders her integrity and significantly her political impartiality are unchallenged she deserves quick confirmation without partisan theatrics sanders said hassle is highly qualified after a lengthy career as a ci.