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Ruth Bader Ginsberg remembered in Washington DC, New York City
"A memorial of flowers, photos, candles and messages is growing outside the U. S Supreme Court in Washington correspondent Terry Moran is there on the sidewalk. People have written their farewells in chalk. We love you, RBG. Thank you. Hope is discipline, equality. I wouldn't have the right to be who I am without RBG. That's the feeling here. She really touched people in so many ways. RBG died last night at the age of 87. She's also being remembered and honored here. New York City was her hometown. She was from Brooklyn. People familiar with the work of Ruth Bader Ginsberg are heart broken by her passing Kevin Calder, champion of equality for the sexes, Having secret women's rights, obviously Gender equality, people pay for women in the workplace and two older women out for a walk with a much younger female, said the Supreme Court. Justice made everyone's life better. She was just a hero for all of us. I mean, what's making things possible for my daughter's generation? That weren't that weren't as easily available to us and all of them are adamant that there should be no vote on a new justice for the court until after the presidential election.
Fresh update on "terry moran" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Parking rules for tomorrow. I'm Russ Meyer. Next port to 31 on 10 Dead wins. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at the age of 87 left behind an incredible American legacy. Ginsberg pushed for equality became a cultural icon. Along the way. Correspondent Rachel Scott has more from the U. S Supreme Court just 5 FT one. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a liberal giant, a political force unexpectedly turned pop culture icon is beyond extraordinary. I am nearly 84 years old, and everyone wants to take the picture with her image larger than life. Those frilly lace collars and oversized glasses plastered on T shirts, posters even tattooed on arms and on Halloween parents dressing their kids as Ruth Baby Ginsberg. Correspondent Terry Moran is also at the Supreme Court where people have been gathering crowds gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court to mourn the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg 87 years old, so many young people there, saying Good bye to a most improbable pop icon Ginsberg dealed with complications from metastatic pancreatic cancer. She spent her last moments surrounded by family at her home in Washington, D. C. And today those who valued her work are in mourning. As national leaders pay tribute, Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts called Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a cherished colleague and a tireless and resolute champion of justice. Former President Bill Clinton, who nominated Ginsberg in 1993 called her a brilliant lawyer with a caring heart and come and sense. President Trump reacted after a campaign rally in Minnesota. She was an amazing woman.
"terry moran" Discussed on KOMO
"Sees Terry Moran with more on the face off between President Trump in his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden in Pittsburgh, in a rare campaign stops and a blistering speech blasting President Trump for stoking violence and division in America for his own political gain. Fires are burning and we have a president who fans the flames. Rather than fighting in flames. You can't stop the violence because for years he's formatted. The Democratic candidate repeated his condemnation of the violence that has broken out in several cities. In recent months. The president linking bite and Arrieta violent riders share Biden same talking points in this year, his same agenda for our nation and even his strange speech today that he made In Pittsburgh. It didn't mention the fact and he didn't mention the far left The president plans to visit Kenosha, Wisconsin, tomorrow to meet with law enforcement officers. Officials, including the mayor, and the governor, say now is not the time Ah federal judge is ordering Georgia to extend its deadline for accepting mail in ballots for November's general election from the clothes of polls on election day until three days later. Secretary of State's office says it will appeal New York City school teachers will vote tomorrow on whether to authorize a strike to start the academic year over concerns about covert 19. More than 300,000. Customers are still without power for days after Hurricane Laura Slam the Gulf Coast, Louisiana Governor John Bell Edwards is imperative that people First of all pace themselves, take frequent breaks and make sure that they don't get overheated. More than 67,000. People in Louisiana have registered for FEMA assistance. White House senior advisor Jared Kushner among the U. S and Israeli dignitaries on the first commercial flight. From Israel. So the United Hour of Emirates You're listening to ABC News,.
Fresh update on "terry moran" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Not injured. We heard that the State Patrol person was taken to the hospital. We have not heard of the condition, of course on ongoing story here, and we'll get updates here through The day a makeshift memorial growing in size outside the U. S. Supreme Court in our nation's capital this morning, NBC's Terry Moran has been there reporting people are bringing flowers and lighted candles in the front of the court there mourning the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She really touched people in so many ways she touched young people. She's 87 years old with a A kind of rap moniker, The notorious RBG. She was known something about her quiet, intense, fierce determination to fight for equality and basic human dignity. Many people, especially the young and many now wondering what's next. After the passing of Justice Ginsburg, Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, Senator Amy Global Chart tells ABC is good Morning America that President Trump and Senate leader Mitch McConnell cannot force them to start the nomination process and vote on Ginsberg's replacement on the U. S. Supreme Court. Before the election. The Minnesota senator also remembering Ginsburg is a Trailblazer in the legal processions. He was an icon. A hero. She was someone made every young lawyer remember back then think anything and everything was possible. Other.
Lawmakers Called Back To Washington DC To Block Postal Service Changes
"Start in Washington House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, calling lawmakers back to session as concerns grow about mail in voting many you're worried about cost cutting measures the postmaster general made months before the election is he Terry Moran with more across the country. State election officials, Republicans and Democrats are sounding the alarm about what's happening at the Postal Service and how the changes there could impact. Nearly 80 million Americans are expected to cast their ballots. By male Speaker Pelosi. Taking that dramatic action declaring lives, livelihoods and the life of our American democracy are under threat well under pressure, the Postal Service says they will be halting the removal of mail boxes. For the next 90 days. President Trump has repeatedly raised red flags about male and voting, saying it could lead to fraud.
Israel and United Arab Emirates Strike Major Diplomatic Agreement
"Announcement of a peace deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is being called a turning point in the Middle East. But will the Palestinians accepted here's correspondent Terry Moran, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, thanking Trump and predicting This is just the start of a new Middle East. There's a good chance we will soon. Seymour Arab countries joining this expanding Circular piece. But among Palestinians shock and a sense of betrayal. They want forces tohave a peace process between us and the Israelis through the Emirates. We reject this conspiracy completely. This man says. Today's deal is preliminary. There's still work to be done to make those pledges of reality, but the MO mentum is there.
"terry moran" Discussed on KOMO
"He's Terry Moran from Lebanon. The entire Cabinet has resigned, It seems over last week's deadly explosion in Beirut. This is ABC News. Stay connected to stay informed the CO Mo Morning news. Good morning, man, Taito to a beautiful Monday morning Sunshine in downtown Seattle. It's 59 right now. Greg has the day off on Manda factor. Here are the top stories from the come on 24 7 news center. Appears county sheriff's deputy shot and killed a man who was reportedly firing shots and holding a knife to a neighbor's throat. Last night. This happened in the gram area near 250th Street East and 144th Avenue East. When deputies arrived, they could hear shots being fired after more than two hours. They say a 39 year old man came out of a home and fired more rounds. One deputy fired back, killing him. Vandals damaged and looted businesses on Capitol Hill again overnight after a day of mostly peaceful protests almost core When Jake has the update this morning from Broadway and Pine, I'm seeing damage to a whole foods market. Ah Chase Bank branch and a Starbucks all on Broadway, south of Pine, all presumably damaged by anti police protesters. The action came after daytime events downtown. For the first time protesters demanding the city defund. The police were met by a counter demonstration in support of police and they were so hard that so many people don't realize what they do on a day to day job. You really have to talk to stop officers on Sunday did have the tough job of keeping demonstrators on both sides physically.
Trump threatens to delay election
"Unprecedented unprecedented step step Thursday Thursday toward toward calling calling the the November November election election into into question question suggesting suggesting in in a a tweet tweet that that the the election election shouldn't shouldn't happen. happen. In November should be delayed to some future date. It's a move never seen in America before, but a tool dictators and other countries have often relied on to hold onto their power. Last night, the president repeated his warning the mail in ballots will, in his words, rig the presidential election. More from correspondent and he feels the president pointed toe isolated mail in ballot problems and claiming all mail in voting is rigged. Despite the fact he and his family and much of the staff had voted absentee by mail for years. We all agree That absentee voting. It's good mail in ballots will lead to the greatest fraud but mail in ballots. States say the voting is no different from absentee and only registered voters can cast that ballot. Presidents don't suppose upon the election would be unconstitutional as Congress sets the election's not the president and leaders from both parties made it clear they have no intention to delay the vote. And Mr Trump Suggestion more from correspondent Terry Moran. Trump's statement about delaying an American election was shot down immediately by Democrats and Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in an interview in Kentucky. Never in the history of the country through wars, depressions and the civil war and we ever not had a federally scheduled election on time. But Joe Biden has been warning for weeks, Trump might try to use the pandemic to delay or delegitimize the election. Mayor de Blasio called the president's move. An act of a timer. I think a lot of people even some people had supported President Trump. I gotta look at that and say no. That is that is abnegation responsibly. But more importantly, that's an assault on our democracy and cannot stand when the president may not be successful in delaying the election, his actions were seen as a way to further delegitimize the results. In the eyes of his supporters, which should he lose could further inflame the walls of political division.
Trump Did Not Ask Putin About Russia's Bounties on U.S. Troops
"A new interview with the president after reports Russia allegedly paid bounties to the Taliban for the killing of US troops in Afghanistan. The president was asked about his recent call with Vladimir, Putin and whether the safety of our troops was brought up. Here's Terry Moran. Tonight after those reports that Russia been paying bounties to the Taliban to kill US troops in Afghanistan president trump admitting in an interview with Axios that he never even raised the matter in a call with Vladimir Putin last week we discussed numerous things we did not discuss that you'd never discussed it with I have never discussed with Trump also denied heard anything about the bounties despite reports. The Intel did make it into the President's daily brief. It never reached my desk. You know why? Because they didn't think it would intelligence they didn't think it was real. It was reason. They didn't think it was worthy every I wouldn't mind if it reached my desk I would have done something about it. It never reached my desk when asked about Russia supplying arms to the Taliban trump said, the US did the same thing in Afghanistan to well, we weapons when they were fighting Russia to you know when we were when they were fighting with the Taliban. Afghanistan's different Eero well, I'm just saying yes. We did that to the president also making a major strategic move in Europe withdrawing a third of US troops from Germany citing his longstanding gripe that Germany doesn't pay its fair share for defense in Europe. There was bipartisan condemnation of the president's move. Those American troops in Germany have been the cornerstone of US security in Europe for decades. Senator Mitt. Romney calling withdrawal a grave error and a slap in the face of friend and ally the Biden campaign blasted trump in a statement saying the withdraw does not reflect a thoughtful defense strategy. This is a gift to Vladimir Putin. David nearly of those twelve thousand troops being pulled out of Germany there'll be rotated to other parts of eastern. Europe the Pentagon Dell. Help deter Russian aggression but president trump made crystal clear. This is a lot more about punishing Germany then deterring Russia David all of this electioneering Terry Moran Thank you tonight
Trump family heads to court to stop book by president's niece, Mary Trump, publisher says
"And president trump's niece Mary has written a behind the scenes family tell all book but whether it will see the light of day ABC's Terry Moran says that's yet to be determined the fellow with a blocked the publication of the president's nieces book called too much and never enough how my family created the world's most dangerous man this is written by Mary trump but she did sign a non disclosure agreement Simon and Schuster the publisher of the book and merry trump's lawyer says this family cannot block the publication of a book that has so much important information for the
Supreme Court blocks Trump’s bid to end DACA, a win for undocumented ‘dreamers’
"And the Supreme Court hands president trump a major defeat by blocking his decision to immediately put an end to daca it is a program that began under former president Obama to stop deportation of undocumented people brought into the country as children ABC's Terry Moran has more on what this decision means and what could happen next as John Roberts right is it we are not saying that daca is good or bad we're saying that if you want to change it you have to do it in accordance with the law that Congress passed and so what all that means is could president trump do this again rescinded daca again and that program yes he could and in fact he suggested on Twitter he would do so at just this time he's got a lay out for the courts and for the public to see why what impact it will have and why the president believes
Supreme Court rules landmark federal civil rights law protects LGBTQ workers from discrimination
"Six the supreme court handing down a landmark decision protecting LGBTQ employees from discrimination in the workplace trump administration had argued against it ABC's Terry Moran has more on that story stunning victory for LGBTQ Americans means that employers can no longer discriminate against workers simply because of their sexual orientation or gender identity justice Neil Gorsuch a trump appointee who is joined by Chief Justice John Roberts in the court's four liberals in ruling that federal civil rights law must now be extended to LGBTQ workers declared an employer who fires an individual merely for being gay or transgender defies the law president trump's reaction so do we live with the decision of the Supreme Court and as you can imagine the decision led to celebrations throughout much
U.S. House passes coronavirus bill funding paid sick leave
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi did what we said we were going to do put families first with page six sickly sick days a family medical leave unemployment insurance the bill includes free testing and economic support but does not include the payroll tax cut president trump had been demanding in the verified virus relief bill also on Friday the president announcing a national emergency release enough funding to help communities deal with the outbreak the president says he will send the state's fifty billion dollars in aid funding and shrugged off questions about the administration's lack of preparedness for the outbreak ABC's Terry Moran also tells us that the president was asked why his administration disbanded the National Security Council office set up to prepare for pandemics he said that he didn't know anything about that and the president's also personal exposure to the virus last weekend with the Brazilian official who has since tested positive the president has not yet been tested and is not isolated himself there are more than twenty one hundred confirmed cases of the corona virus in the U. S. worldwide more than one hundred and forty five thousand confirmed cases as the president to clear the code nineteen pandemic in national emergency Friday many people preparing for the possibility of a fourteen day quarantine period flooding in some of the nation's grocery stores also
South Carolina primary: Is this Joe Biden’s big comeback?
"The South Carolina primary is today the vote is expected to be a crucial test for former vice president Joe Biden Joe Biden will confirm their needs are when the players were good friend voters may be taking a second look at an experienced candidate with the corona virus but the question for Brighton can match Bernie Sanders organization and Mike Bloomberg's money going for A. B. C. senior national correspondent Terry Moran president trump has also been campaigning in South Carolina the rally last night in north Charleston and saying the Democrats
Senate votes to limit Donald Trump's war powers
"In the wake of the U. S. airstrike that killed a top Iranian general Senate Democrats today take a swipe at reining in some of president trump's authority to wage war senators are voting on a war powers resolution introduced by Democrat Tim Kaine that would limit the president's power to take military action against Iran the bill has support from all Democrats and some Republicans including Susan Collins Todd young Mike Lee rand Paul and Terry Moran the resolution is expected to pass and the president is expected to veto the
Senators express displeasure with Iran briefing
"Oh five US Senate Republicans upset with the White House after a briefing on the decision to kill Iranian general Soleimani senator Mike leases the briefers did not offer many details probably the worst briefing I've seen at least on a military issue in the nine years I've served in the United States Senate senators looking for the rationale for the White House action specifically the imminent threat that sold Amani posed but Lee says I didn't get that and we're told not to debate the issue on the Senate floor told over and over again was it look this action was necessary this was a bad guy we we had to do it and we we can't have division we can't have dissension within our ranks within our government or else it since this is the wrong signal to the Iranians I just I think that's completely wrong senator Lee also says the administration struggled to come up with one scenario what they'd seek approval from Congress for using military force this after president trump spoke out about the Iranian ballistic missile attack against a US compound in Iraq Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world those rockets largely Mister leading many to believe it was just a show of force we've actually learned that the Iranians actually gave us basically a heads up to the Iraqis the American soldiers troops were in their bunkers on those bases north that many on the basis to begin with so it was it's not the end of things though but the Iranians cannot confront the United States one on one they know that their their date get obliterated and so they have used proxies and terrorism so now the present tribes change rules the game where's the game go that's correspondent Terry Moran W. O. R. news time five
Newly released email sheds light on holdup of Ukraine aid
"Seas Terry Moran reports they're also new details about the American aid that was withheld from Ukraine trove of newly released emails are shedding light on how nearly four hundred million dollars worth of security aid to Ukraine was withheld at the instruction of the White House the one hundred and forty six pages of redacted documents reveal the just ninety minutes after the July phone call when president trump asked Ukraine's president so let's get you a quote do us a favor by investigating his political rivals senior budget official Michael Duffy instructed the defense department to please hold off on releasing the funds asking for discretion Duffy rights given the sensitive nature of the request I appreciate your keeping that information closely
Newly released email sheds light on holdup of Ukraine aid
"New emails fill in the time line of events surrounding the freezing of military aid to Ukraine reporter Terry Moran says one email reveals the White House asked the Pentagon to hold off on the a less than two hours after president trump's phone call with Ukraine's president that documents released after an order from a federal judge are renewing Democrats calls for witnesses to testify during a Senate impeachment trial speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi citing the uncertainty over the nature of the trial as one of her reasons for withholding the approved articles of impeachment from the Senate we're ready when we see what they have the president is accusing policy of political maneuvering to give Democrats the upper hand
House Judiciary Committee Impeachment Hearings Right Here
"And we begin tonight with the Astorg next step in the impeachment inquiry at a very combative one that played out today. On Capitol Hill the heated proceedings in front of the House Judiciary Committee the witnesses. Constitutional Law Scholars. who were asked was president? Trump's conduct on Ukraine impeachable. Three witnesses telling the committee yes arguing. The president abused his power for his own personal political game. The Republican witness saying the Democrats. Don't have the evidence that this is being rushed and tonight the unexpected moment when one of the witnesses brought up the president's youngest son to make a point it was not well received by many tonight. She's apologizing president trump meanwhile L. flying back to Washington tonight and lashing out this evening. What we've learned the president's team already looking ahead to what they want it? A Senate trial Terry Moran Lead US off from the hill tonight tonight. It was a highly partisan and dramatic day the first high stakes hearing in the judiciary committee featuring constitutional scholars and the issue before the panel does the evidence show that what president trump did on Ukraine rises to the level of an impeachable. Offense President has shown us his pattern of conduct. If we do not ah act to hold them in check now. President trump will almost certainly try again to solicit interference in the election for his personal political legal game. But this is not an impeachment. This is just a simple railroad job in today's is a waste of time right out of the gate three out of the four scholars. The ones chosen by Democrats testified that the president should be impeached. And I just want to stress that if this were if what we're talking about is not impeachable the nothing is impeachable if we cannot impeach a president who abuses his office for personal advantage we no longer live in a democracy. That's why the framers created the possibility of impeachment. The very idea that the president might seek the aid of a foreign government in his reelection campaign would have horrified them based on the evidentiary record. That is what President Trump has done Stanford law professor. Pamela Carlin said the president's alleged actions withholding nearly four hundred million dollars in USA approved by Congress simply for personal political. Gain has never happened before the evidence reveals a president who used the powers of his office to demand that a foreign government participate in undermining competing candidate for the presidency. Tendency Garland said over the Thanksgiving holiday. She read every with this transcript and she pointed out what she found. Most troubling and the most chilling line for me of the entire process was the following ambassador. Silence said he had to announce the investigations. He's talking about a presence Alinsky had to announce the investigations he. He didn't actually have to do them as I understood it. And then he said I never heard Mr Goldman anyone say that the investigations had to start or had to be completed. The only thing I heard from Mr Giuliani or otherwise was they had to be announced in some form and what I took that to mean was this was not about whether Vice President Biden actually actually committed corruption or not. This was about injuring. Somebody who the president thinks of as a particularly a particularly hard opponent donents but law professor Jonathan Turley called by Republicans said he did not vote for trump but he is still troubled by the Democrats impeachment inquiry in an agitated good time in our country. I get it. You're mad. The president's mad my Republican friends are mad. My Democratic friends. Rents are mad. My wife is mad. My kids are mad. Even my dog seems mad. He's a Democrats. Don't would have the evidence they need. There's a difference between requesting investigations and a quid pro quo. You need to stick the landing on quid pro quo. You need to get the evidence to support it. It might be out there. I don't know but it's not in this record. And he added. The Democrats are rushing this. It's a the perfect storm. You set an incredibly short period. Demand a huge amount of information and when the president goes to court you then impeach him in Nixon listen to the courts and Nixon lost and that was the reason. Nixon resigned house speaker. Nancy Pelosi Oh surging house democrats quote. Are you ready. While Vice President Mike Pence Rallying Republicans to turn up the heat on the Democrats and back in that hearing room. Republicans were were furious when one of those law professors argued that the constitution does not make trump a king driving the point home with a quip about the president's son done so while the president can name his son Barron. He can't make him a baron. When you invoke the president sons named here when you try to make a little joke out out of referencing Barron trump that does not lend credibility to your argument? It makes you look mean it makes you look like you're attacking someone's family the minor child of the president of the United States. So let's see if we can get into the facts to all of the witnesses. If you have personal knowledge of a single material fact in the shift report please raise your hand and let the record reflect no personal knowledge of a single fact so after that moment today. Let's get to Terry Moran Tonight as live on the hill in Terry I the apology. Not just in tonight from that law scholar who brought up the president's youngest son that's right Stanford Law Professor Pamela Cartland at the end of the hearing said this I want to apologize for what I said earlier about the president's son. It was wrong of me to do that it was. I wish the president would apologize. Obviously for the things that he's done that are wrong but I do regret having he said that. In the meantime Terry where does this go from here. It seems to be moving very quickly and news tonight from the president's legal team suggesting they believe a Senate trial is a certainty. And what do they want a senior trial. The president is a tough litigator and he's planning a scorched earth defense they want a full Senate trial including the president wants to the ability to call witnesses. Braff perhaps live in the Senate chamber itself He wants the Republican leadership has already blocked out the entire month of January. This is essentially eventually away and no one should be surprised at the president using the trial to put his accusers on trial.
House Democrats release impeachment report
"Members of the house intelligence committee now free to read the committee's proposed report on the televised impeachment hearings once the document is finalized allies will turn on the house Judiciary Committee which holds hearings beginning tomorrow in the articles of impeachment more from correspondent Terry Moran in the basement of the capitol to house intelligence committee finalizing its official impeachment report the president speaking to reporters before departing for the NATO summit in London defiantly declaring the White House won't even participate in the judiciary committee's hearing on Wednesday everybody knows the Democrats rest their case on the testimony of witnesses who described in the Democrats view as scheme by the president to withhold vital US military aid from Ukraine unless they announced an investigation of Joe
Trump denies sending Rudy Giuliani to Ukraine
"The the president president claims claims he he never never asked asked Rudy Rudy Giuliani Giuliani to to go go to to Ukraine Ukraine president president trump trump is is now now suggesting suggesting he he didn't didn't really really know know what what his his personal personal lawyer lawyer Rudy Rudy Giuliani was doing in Ukraine but in the transcript of the president's July twenty fifth phone call with Ukrainian president to Lansky the president repeatedly told the Ukrainian leader to talk to Giuliani saying quote Mister Giuliani is a highly respected man and I would like him to call you ABC chief White House correspondent Terry Moran in a statement to ABC V. is attorney Giuliani agreed with the president's comments regarding Ukraine is a lawyer saying Julie I never went to Ukraine for any
Judiciary Committee to hold first impeachment hearing next week
"This is we learned that the house Judiciary Committee will hold its first impeachment hearing next week the first stage was the fact gathering in the house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff leading the way calling fact witnesses now they've transferred it over they are about to hand over report to the Judiciary Committee ABCS Terry Moran
"terry moran" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Movies in this case the book was much better than the movie a lot of Democrats in particular use the D. word and branded this a disaster optics this was a disaster you look who's winning now it certainly seems like Donald Trump is winning if there was even a foot hold in Mahler's testimony yesterday you would have heard that that would have dominated but not even CNN's Chiron's could rescue Isaac cameras that that's the the section the bottom of the screen where they put the words not even that which is like the snarky as part of CNN could rescue Mahler's testimony yesterday you know me I worded what did I do immediately after listening and watching the the the report when I take a nap no I immediately I go to CNN and MSNBC for my analysis because that sometimes the best part of the entire show and the MSNBC Jeremy dash said molars sucked the life out of this report yes in the put the impeachment push is over that's I mean and and that's you know who said that ABC yesterday cut six Terry Moran ABC news correspondent was talking about this and he just jumped out and said all of this impeachment stuff the stuff that Nancy Pelosi's been trying to stop with your Jerry Nadler Adam Schiff of been pushing hard they want impeachment Nancy Pelosi doesn't and nobody brave they deeper sigh of relief yesterday then Nancy Pelosi because this disaster was good for her in the sense that it means that she can try and call her caucuses heels a bit stop them from pursuing impeachment because she said she thinks that she will lose her power if they go in that direction here's Terry Moran on the chances of impeachment was the ball.
"terry moran" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Of a pardon can you read the last question lance gross in with my wife and I got an accurate no the last question with the language on the screen asking you that's correct yes okay does the conviction of obstruction of justice a result potentially a lot of years of a lot of years of set of time in jail yes again can you repeat the question I have is accurate does obstruct justice a lot of time in truck in a jail if you were convicted yes they take this act on the road I'm sorry this would be a great tour you think so you get like was a comedian that you really love Sebastian messed up yeah I get him to open up for them faces that man is gonna make in reaction to the outstanding he's great torque needless to say Cooper here is the reaction from the three people that you can't say are pro trump in any way shape or form in fact the first one I think is is one of the better when the best interviewers out there right now that's Chris walls from fox news here's how he assessed Bob Mahler's performance today and I think this has been a disaster for the Democrats I think it's been a disaster for the reputation of Robert Muller he is seen very uncertain with his briefs he doesn't know seem to know what things that are in the report he's been attacked a number of times and you would think that almost anybody else would have defended his own integrity and the integrity of the investigation and over and over Mahler just sit silent and allows the the attacks from the Republicans the sweep over and says nothing I think it does raise questions about the degree to which he actually was in charge of and control yeah because he doesn't seem very much in control or charge of what the final report was I should say whether he was in charge of the investigation because he doesn't even charge of what the report actually says and here's Chuck Todd they provided such what do you call it uncomfortable clarity as they were using him for clarity somehow fall get up there and how he would do certain things and and so look on optics this was a disaster Terry Moran ABC that question.
"terry moran" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"I seem to remember the president suggested that I sued the European Union, which we didn't do we went into negotiations and we came up with a good. Deal. That's not such I would have sued. But that's okay. I would have sued and settled maybe but you never know. She's probably a better negotiator than I am on this. Visit every Trump moment has been scrutinized by the British press that dinner with the Queen, and most of all this, wink, from Camilla duchess of Cornwall after she and Prince Charles had the Trump's to t- tonight, Charles and Camilla are the president's guests at a grand dinner at the US ambassador residents. And Terry Moran is with us here in London tonight, and Terry to people who were not at that dinner Prince, Harry and duchess Meghan, but President Trump did reveal today that he spoke with the prince on his visit to Buckingham Palace. That's right, David, in an interview with Piers Morgan, the president saying he thought Prince Harry was terrific guy in that Harry couldn't have been nicer to him about Meghan Markle, who's criticized the president of past. He said she was nasty about me, and that's okay for her to be nasty. It's not good for me to be nasty about her, and I wasn't so there, you have David Terry Moran across town here in London. Tonight, Terry, thank you next tonight, we turn that deepening. Mystery the CDC is now on the case involving that American couple healthy. And on their dream vacation. When they suddenly came down with a mystery illness and then dying at a hospital in Fiji. And tonight, several others are reportedly under observation. Now, here's ABC's Paula Farris. It was the trip of a lifetime. But David and Michelle Paul didn't make it out of Fiji alive. The Texas couple dined within. Days of one another from a mysterious illness, the couple both in their thirties, both healthy inactive David, an air force veteran Michelle a former student athlete. They arrived may twenty second but soon fell ill. And now a report from the Fiji sun that five locals who came in contact with them are under observation and showing similar symptoms, and at least ten resort staff, where they stayed have been asked to go on precautionary leave Fiji's government is leading the investigation with the CDC monitoring the couple leaving behind a young son and daughter tonight, their family in search of answers. Or biggest appeal CDC's watching is doing your work because I need your help to find out what happened the CDC does not know what the couple died from, but they will be receiving and testing samples from the autopsy, if it's determined that they died from infectious disease. The CDC will most likely be issuing a travel advisory David Paul affairs. Tonight. Paula, thank you. We continue to.
"terry moran" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"ABC's, Terry Moran, who was traveling with the president while he is in the UK. President Trump will meet with soon to be former Prime Minister Theresa may tomorrow. Now the latest traffic and weather together right now not seeing any accidents or delays on any of the major interstates highways. If you do see an accident, call four to one news, but let you know ROY construction, both. I seventy five northbound and southbound at the paddock road exit. Various lanes are expected to be closed until six AM now the latest forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center. We moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of sedation. Learn more at no fear dentist dot com, mainly clear skies. It looks like morning lows. We'll try to the low fifties now for the rest of our Tuesday. We're looking at mostly sunny and warmer conditions. I've got highs near eighty degrees. Tuesday night, increasing clouds, there's a slight chance of rain late as temperatures dropped to the mid sixties now on Wednesday. There's a chance for strong to severe storms and it's wet weather off and on all week from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio, seven hundred wwl. W radar showing a mostly clear sky. It's currently seventy degrees. The search for two teenagers who fled from police in Evanston and fired gunshots and their direction. This afternoon was called off earlier this evening as police will increase patrols in the area over the next several days. Police responded to a of disorderly conduct around four o'clock at Saint Leger connected to a dice game when the two teams spotted the officers and then ran shots were fired from one of the boys and police captain. Aaron Jones believes those shots were fired in the direction of his officers Jones says the two were last seen running behind a Dixon avenue home. A former church bus drivers pled guilty to sexually abusing at least two young boys. Forty nine year old jewelry leader Franklin met his victims while volunteering to drive a bus for target ministries in Dayton. They say the leader used a fake name, so parents would not find out that he was a registered sex offender, a sixty nine year old follower of Charles Manson, who's California parole board recommendation for parole will not be getting out. Anytime soon. California's governor has denied her release in his decision denying, Leslie Van Houten.
"terry moran" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Responsible. I'm Jack crumley seven hundred wwl w dot com. I understand the severity of my crime. And I have no idea what sort of penalty I may face. But I am begging to the Korean people and government for my forgiveness auto warmbier speaking in two thousand sixteen before he was locked in a North Korean prison for more than a year eventually was returned to the US in coma before he died. The Wyoming high school graduate was twenty two today. President Trump says his words from a news conference in Vietnam following his second summit with Kim Jong UN are being misinterpreted. When it comes to warm beer, I know the warmbier family, very well. I think they're an incredible family. What happened is horrible. I really believe something very bad happen to them. And I don't think that. The top leadership new about it. The president said he takes Kim Jong at his word that drew criticism from Democrats and Republicans this afternoon, the president tweeted that of course, he holds North Korea responsible. He says he got auto out and says he thinks of him often before that tweet Otto warmbier parents, put out a statement spread and Cindy, warmbier declaring an extraordinary statement, we have been respectful during this summit process. Now, we must speak out and without mentioning the president. They were buke him for his bromance with the dictator. He likes me. I like him Kim and his evil regime are responsible for unimaginable. Cruelty and inhumanity the warm beer said no excuses or lavish praise can change that that is ABC's. Terry moran. Meantime, the US military is getting ready to end its large-scale joint exercises with South Korea and BBC news reporting. That's part of the Trump administration's effort to ease tensions with the north the exercises. That are typically held every spring will be replaced with smaller mission specific. Training. President Trump has repeatedly complained about the cost. It's move Kim Jong UN is wanted for years. Remember for news anytime on demand at seven hundred wwl w dot com. I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w on.
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"Sacramento. KFI AM Pollock pines. From ABC news. I'm Todd at a picture of a man in black face standing next to another wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood has surfaced on Virginia. Governor Ralph northbound's medical school yearbook page despite governor north apologizing for what he says we're hurtful races images in his nineteen Eighty-four school yearbook. He says his behavior is not in keeping with who. He is today in the values that he fought for through his career in the military medicine in public service. Another picture now revealed from his military academy yearbook with the nickname that contains a racial slur. Democrats and Republicans now calling for him to resign ABC's. Andy Field in Washington tough talk on border security expected when President Trump delivers his state of the union address Tuesday. ABC's Terry Moran reports President Trump now signaling that he is ready to take more drastic actions to get his wall as he slams the house speaker Nancy Pelosi should be ashamed of herself. Trump boasts. He's already building tremendous amounts of the wall. Building it with funds at on hand where to go shedding, very tough prices. But that's not true. No new sections of border wall have been built during Trump's presidency. Some older sections have been renovated to build the rest. The president claims he can use emergency powers to redirect funds. But that move would certainly be challenged in court. Democrats insist they support border security, just not the wall Cubans. Shaken by something that appeared to come from above the sky Friday afternoon. That's startling noise from a possible. Meteor frightening.
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"From ABC news. I'm Todd at a picture of a man in black face standing next to another wearing a Ku Klux Klan hood has surfaced on Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam medical school yearbook page despite governor north apologizing for what he says we're hurtful races images in his nineteen Eighty-four school yearbook. He says his behavior is not in keeping with who. He is today in the values that he fought for through his career in the military medicine in public service. Another picture now revealed from his military academy yearbook with the nickname that contains a racial slur, villa Democrats and Republicans now calling for him to resign ABC's. Andy Field in Washington tough talk on border security expected when President Trump delivers his state of the union address Tuesday. ABC's Terry Moran reports President Trump now signaling that he is ready to take more drastic actions to get his wall as he slams the house speaker Nancy Pelosi should be ashamed of herself. Trump boasts he's already building tremendous amounts of the wall the building et with funds at on hand. Where negotiating very tough prices. But that's not true. No new sections of border wall had been built during Trump's presidency. Some older sections have been renovated to build the rest of the president claims. He can use emergency powers to redirect funds. But that move would certainly be challenged in court. Democrats insist they support border security, just not the wall Cubans. Shaken by something that appeared to come from above the sky Friday afternoon. That startling noise from a possible. Meteor frightening people across Cuba countryside, following what sounded like an explosion. The national weather service saying they also were receiving reports that a meteor was seen in the sky across the Florida Keys before it made impact your the western tip of Cuba. ABC's Victor oquendo reporting the market's winning streak extended to a third straight day. The Dow gained sixty four points, the SMP rose two points..
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"Official sponsor of athletics. Three three though, James haven't lost. She had a new serious says Michigan joined the big ten and in the last two meetings at the center games have been decided by a scam to the half, boys. Go JiJi biller a big ten basketball. Good. Be close to appeal house the xfinity center in college. Mark maryland. Looking obviously mentioned for a solid start. Not to mention its fourth win in five starts in the league along with Don Fisher and Eric sewer high again, everyone Joe Smith as we continue with our pregame show or Indiana governor's Cup update currently stands for one Purdue. And of course that will change next weekend. We have basketball coming up a half point is do up next weekend would Indiana Smith travel into Mackey arena and then the following night. It'll be the women of Terry Moran playing at Purdue. So that will be coming up as we'll have some change in the points. Indiana trying to catch up with Purdue at four to one down here in the early part of twenty nineteen well in our Indiana governor, Scott spotlight angel Escobedo young man out of Gary Indiana grew up a Hoosier afford time. All American a two thousand. Eight national champion in his first year as wrestling coach. And boy what a big weekend with Ohio State tonight. And then the grand opening of Wilkinson hall on Sunday afternoon against Maryland. You can come back home. And boy, they got a new home ready for you starting this weekend. The am excited Wilkerson hall. It's going to change our program forever. So guys are excited. I'm excited to go out there and compete. You know, these guys are going to put on a show in front of hopefully, twenty eight hundred fans before we talk a little about the the wrestling, and it's been going on since well about two months now we're into the new year, you competed well down in south Florida over the holidays, but tell us a little about Wilkinson hall and give us the eyeball tour. If you will on radio, right? Yeah. No. It's a great facility. It's perfect for volleyball and wrestling where the fans are kind of over top of you know, it's gonna be a atmosphere where you're gonna feel like you're on either on the mat or on the court. It's going to be very fan friendly environment. And then just the scoreboards in. There are just they're amazing. So I mean, it's it's a lot to see. And I hope everyone comes out. See it will again will be on Sunday at two o'clock the doors will open ninety minutes before the match with Maryland a two so twelve thirty the doors. Swing open. It's all free parking will be in the blue lot. They're going to hand out posters in Indiana. Wrestling hats, while supplies lasts, Indiana battles Maryland on Sunday. The brand new grand opening Wilkinson hall. We'll talk more about it. At halftime. Second ranked Ohio State is the opponent tonight. The final match in Eugene wrestling for Indiana and against the the buckeyes when we come back berry farms, presenting are who's your profile is fish will sit down with John Morgan. We're back with that conversation and more after these time outs is Indiana University basketball on the care source radio network from learfield. Naked..
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"News. I'm Todd at House Republicans pushed through a spending Bill Thursday that includes President Trump's demand for Boorda will funding raising the risk of a partial government shutdown days before Christmas. The Bill now goes to the Senate where at our has almost no chance of passing. This is Ben his signature issue. And he's getting hammered on it. He can't seem to find a way through the congress his own party in the house of representatives, and certainly the Democrats in the Senate, and as his basis telling them shut the government down. And I think he's on the verge of Dona ABC's Terry Moran at the White House is a very sad day for our country at the capitol. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi praise secretary of defense for his service to the country James Mattis handed his letter of resignation to President Trump Thursday at the White House, the president on Twitter called it a retirement, but Madison's resignation letter lists a number of issues where the two men disagree as his reason for leaving including the president's decision to pull all US troops out of Syria under a deal between the US and Mexico asylum-seeker. Will now have to remain in Mexico while they wait to bring their case before a US immigration judge coalition for you may never grins rights executive director Anjelica solace. Sustain in Mexico is not an option for many migrants fleeing violence in Central America. These individuals do not feel safe in Mexico because if they're fleeing gang violence, or you know, on transnational gangs stained in Mexico's not necessarily an option for them arrivals and departures have resumed at London's Gatwick airport this morning. The airport was closed since Wednesday after drones responded flying around the airfield canceling flights arrivals were diverted while police tried to find who's operating the drones with chief operating officer Chris Woodruff fan our.
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"S. e you step back. From trade war. Now, who surprised what was you know, where does that surprise come from? Donald Trump said, this was going to happen yesterday. We played a cut of him saying, oh, they're coming to the table the us coming to the table, but who surprised the New York Times not Donald Trump and the networks truly dishonest reporting that's worth playing a minute of this. This is the networks trying to spin this as if Trump lost as if it was Trump who blinked instead of the EU. And I'm not saying that you blink, you do the sensible thing. They were under threat. The Trump is right about the tariffs. They should be fair. There should be zero. And here, here's the nets reporting this to the president tonight under pressure after his own tariffs igniting trade war. Other countries retaliating it has many American farmers paying the price. You heard from many of them last night right here tonight, the president with a new promise reaching out to the European Union. He called him a faux just a week ago, but late today calling a press conference outside the White House to say, they will now work together ABC's Terry Moran at the White House tonight reeling under. Increasing pressure from American farmers, congressional Republicans and nervous Wall Street investors President Trump's suddenly shed his trade warrior persona today and declared a truce with the European Union. Not of the late development that could mean the US and its European allies are stepping back from the brink of a trade war of the president announcing a compromise today with the EU, but offering few details yet the nation's automakers and some suppliers say they're already feeling the pain from the trade war on another front with China. That is amazing. That is amazing. Dishonest reporting. They can't just say, you know, he threatened them. They came to the table. It's gotta be, you know, he, he threatened them and he, he caved, he Kate, it's just lying. It is wine. It is just, you know, that is those guys that guys will get paid a lot of money to go in there and look into a camera and give you information. They took the money, they put on their suits and ties. They went on their with serious looks and they'd allied that is what they do at to me. That's mazing. I don't understand. I really don't. I don't. Understand what that life would be like. I do know what it would be like to be putting on my tie looking in the mirror. And of course I don't wear a tie, but I occasionally look in the mirror and you'd looking in the mirror and thinking, I'm going out there and I'm going to sell this crap to people. If it's the last thing I do, I do not understand what that life is like. Got, I've got to play this bump, AO stuff. It is just so good Pompeo goes before to talk about the Russia summit and North Korea and all this..
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"Now, filling the valley with thick smoke, causing air quality concerns, tourists crowding into the park office. They were checking out, ending their visits at the height of the summer season. It in late today, a new fire igniting in southern California. The Cranston fire as it's called forcing mandatory evacuations in Idaho while than mountain center hundreds of homes or threatened. Tonight arson is suspected, and we're told a person is being questioned at this hour to the president tonight under pressure after his own tariffs igniting a trade war. Other countries retaliating it has many American farmers paying the price. You heard from many of them last night right here. Well, tonight, the president with a new promise reaching out to the European Union. He called them a photo just a week ago, but late today, calling a press conference outside the White House to save will now work together ABC's Terry Moran at the White House tonight. Reeling under increasing pressure from American farmers. Congressional Republicans nervous Wall Street investors President Trump's suddenly shed his trade warrior persona today and declared a truce with the European Union. So we had a big day, very big. We met right here at the White House to launch a new phase in the relationship between the United States and the European Union, yes, that European Union. This is how the president described it just ten days ago. I think the European Union is a foe. What they do to us in trade Trump has imposed massive terrace on steel and aluminum on the EU, Mexico, Canada, and China, and those countries swiftly retaliated by slapping sweeping penalties on an array of American products. Hardest hit farmers. A crucial segment of the president's political base. Greg Hora has been raising hogs and fort dodge Iowa for years. We need the administration to come to these deals quickly and not have agricultural products like pork used as a retaliation. Tool in these trade negotiations in Pennsylvania, which Berg grow soybeans. I understand why he's trying to do it, but it's affecting farmers negative way. So yesterday, a bailout President Trump promising farmers, a whopping twelve billion dollars in emergency payments right before the midterm elections congressional Republicans who ran on free trade and budget. Discipline hated in farmers. Don't wanna dole. They wanna trade. They don't want all that led to today's declaration tariffs remain in place for now, but the US e will work together to open markets completely. This is why we agreed today. First of all to work together towards zero tariffs, zero non-tariff barriers and zero subsidies. On non auto industrial goods. Just ten days ago as Trump was calling Europe, though he was extolling his burgeoning friendship with Russian President. Vladimir Putin who said he wanted Trump to win in two thousand sixteen President Putin. Did you want President Trump to win the election? Yes, I did Putin said when he returned from l. stinky Trump invited Putin to the White House in the fall. But the response from the Kremlin decidedly cool and today, the national Security Council announced there would be no meeting blaming the Russia investigation saying in a statement, the president believes that the next bilateral meeting with President Putin should take place after the Russia. Witch hunt is over more than a week after Helsinki. It's still unclear what Putin and Trump discussed in their closed door to our meeting secretary of state. Mike Pompeo, grilled on Capitol Hill today, has the president told you what he and President Putin discussing their two hour closed-door meeting and he'll stinky the presence ever progress choose who's in meetings or not. I'm confident you had private one hundred one meetings in your life as well. Ashes. Simple question. I hope we're going to get through it. Did he tell you what transpired in the number of conversation with President Trump about what transpired in the meeting, the back and forth on Capitol Hill today? Terry Moran live at the White House tonight. And Terry secretary state, Mike Pompeo says, President Trump did brief him on that one on one meeting with Putin. Behind closed doors for two hours, in fact, but secretary Pompeo you were watching as well. Terry seemed reluctant to go into detail congress today and the lack of those details. David, that's got senators. Both parties word. The Kremlin is already declaring that quote, important. Verbal agreements were reached that they're beginning to implement senators..
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"Park smarter i'm jeff jensen next report one fifty one on ten ten wins wins news time one forty to the supreme court swing vote is stepping down paving the way for a more conservative justice justice anthony kennedy announcing he is retiring as of july thirty first president trump and republican lawmakers have vowed to nominate and confer placement before the midterms with correspondent terry moran reports democrats won't make it easy on them this supreme court nomination is even more crucial than most because few justices in american history have x more power than anthony kennedy he joined the court in nineteen eighty eight appointed by ronald reagan no conservative firebrand he frequently agonized over the big decisions but in landmark case after case kennedy's crucial swing vote decided major issues defining american law and shaping american life as a republican the booze to fast track the eventual nomination from president trump said minority leader chuck schumer asks what's the rush this is the most important supreme court vacancy for this country in at least a generation and he points add republicans delayed and delayed the last nomination because they said it was the presidential election year he points out this is a midterm election year and he wants this delayed as well wins news time one forty three charges filed in the case of a man's body found in the new jersey home of one of the new york football giants william jenkins was charged in the death of roosevelt rene a selfdescribed music producer whose body was discovered in the fairlon new jersey home of jenkins brother new york giants cornerback generous jenkins the giants player was not home at the time and his brother had been arrested on a parole violation in ontario county new york william jenkins will now be sent to bergen county new jersey to.
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"Eight candidates by sixty points abc's terry moran has more from moscow main opponent here is really apathy everybody knows he's going to win and so he has been pulling out all the stops to get the highest possible turnout they're shooting for seventy nine percent turn out that would be a record in this country and they want seventy percent of that vote opponents are concerned that they'll be ballot stuffing the boxes around the country and so they have sent out monitors but the real race tonight is putin against himself and against turnout let's abc's terry moran senator amy klobuchar democrat of minnesota is calling on mark zuckerberg to testify in front of the senate judiciary committee is facebook says a data cavity used by the trump campaign broke its rules abc's brian clark explains facebook users who downloaded an app and took a quiz thought it was a research app used by psychologists according to the social media giant but facebook says the two hundred seventy thousand people who downloaded it and their friends had their information passed on from a cambridge professor to cambridge analytica data analytics firm used by the trump campaign facebook says cambridge politico which is financed in part by billionaire trump backer robert mercer violated its policies and has now been suspended from buying ads on facebook cambridge analytic is defended itself saying broke no laws brian clark abc news and seattle's museum of pop culture formerly the emp is going grunge to celebrate the return of the exhibit nirvana taking punk to the masses the exhibit mo pop features instruments videos and other artifacts from nevada's rise to stupor superstardom from the late eighties and early nineties next week marks the thirtieth anniversary of the band's first concert using the name nirvana komo news time is six thirty four or the roads nirvana let's check aaa traffic with dylan halts so far we're looking so far we're looking to be in good shape i five north and southbound looking wide open and i ninety east and westbound looking clear as well you're planning on traveling from bellevue to seattle either on i five right four or five looking about ten minutes if you're traveling from everett to seattle on i five that'll be about thirty minutes but no restrictions on the mountain passes so far either i'm dillon halt komo news still to come and.
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"By the trump administration or by the department of justice in washington seattle mayor janney durkin claims the trump administration's move is wrong and administration that seems obsessed with dismantling things that are actually working in colorado the us attorney there is indicating nothing will change in the way he is obviously enforces marijuana laws alex stone abc news los angeles republicans now have less of a majority in the senate to pass their agenda two new senators were sworn in this week abc's andy field reports from washington alabama democrat doug jones joining the senate taking the republican seed once held by mail attorney general jeff sessions at the same time minnesota lieutenant governor tina smith will take her oath and replace fellow democrat al franken he resigned utter sexual misconduct claims doug jones will have seat for a while but team of smith must immediately campaign keeper set a position which i'll frank in would have had the firm mix full in virginia the winner of too close to call house of delegates race was chosen randomly abc's lana zak is following the story control of the virginia state legislature was determined by drawing a name out of the ball a winner of house district 94 is david yancey through republican incumbent was declared the winner in a dramatic election but the democrats really simon says it's not over at this moment i am not conceding by i am reflecting on a very interesting campaign the election has gone back and forth with the ancia had initially than simon's pulled ahead in a recount and then a threejudge panel ruled that the election was actually a tie on his act abc news washington the week has seen some radical movement on the crisis in north korea that started with a back and forth between north korean kim jongun and president trump abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran as the details it was kim jongun who started it hurling this talk during his new year's address won't us should know that the button for nuclear weapons is on my table he said the president's response a tweet and even for donald trump.
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"Investigators of brussels still working to see if the man who attempted to detonate a bomb at a train station acted alone about abc's chief forward correspondent terry moran city of brussels is on edge after shots were fired and explosions rocked the main the train station at about eight thirty pm eyewitnesses are sharing images of flames inside the station on social media military police took down a suspect immediately after an explosion inside the station loud bangs could be hurt the suspect shot as police quickly secured the area packed with locals and tourists on summer night we saw the fear and there are as weird we saw that there were running so i have to be something that made him run within minutes the station was locked down swarmed by heavily our military troops and police no reports of any injuries or deaths but belgian officials are calling this a terrorist attack this is europe's third attack in just three days sunday night a white man drove his van through a crowd of muslims leaving there late night prayers outside a mosque in london injuring almost a dozen people in paris suspects that his car on fire and rammed it into a police van hoping to cause an explosion on a crowded sean azali say here abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran reporting agencies bachelor it'd paradise resuming production after allegations of sexual misconduct shut down the show warner brothers announcing it has completed an investigation then concluded no wrongdoing took place here's abc's mara ski of a capo reported show will go on warner brothers amount in a statement production to resume on bachelor in paradise after shocking allegations of sexual misconduct involving contestants do mario jackson and korean olympiakos saying in a statement we suspended filming so that the allegations could be investigated immediately and thoroughly our internal investigation conducted with the assistance of an outside law firm has now been completed this the bachelor and bachelorette including booted ban favorites olympiakos jerk sent filming of the reality show was put on hold indefinitely this month after reports jackson and olympia has had a sexual encounter after drinking heavily on the very first a day of shooting a producer on the show later filing a complaint entire cath immediately sent home within days olympias releasing a statement.