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Tiny wrists in cuffs: How police use force against children

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 4 d ago

Tiny wrists in cuffs: How police use force against children

"Tiny wrists in handcuffs an Associated Press investigation has found that children as young as six have been treated harshly even brutally by police a six year old girl handcuffed with zip ties and arrested by Orlando police in twenty nineteen after kicking a school staffer that officer involved in a similar incident the same day later fired in an analysis of three thousand cases of police force against children the AP found black kids made up more than fifty percent even though they're only fifteen percent of the U. S. child population the most common types of force takedowns and strikes and muscling followed by firearms pointed out or used on children many police departments nationwide have few or no guard rails to prevent use of force against children some police departments say changes were made after the incidents occurred I'm Julie Walker

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 AP review: At least 13 auto safety rules are years overdue

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

AP review: At least 13 auto safety rules are years overdue

"The pandemic has the federal agency in charge of auto safety struggles with the backlog of safety rules that are years overdue an Associated Press review of the national highway traffic safety administration's rulemaking activities under the past three presidents finds at least thirteen safety rules estimated to save thousands of lives past due these include a warning indicator to drivers a passenger in the backseat is on buckled that was to be implemented by twenty fifteen the agency has not had a permanent leader for the past four years and auto safety groups say president Biden should act on the nomination advocates worry the agency has lost focus and risks getting bogged down at a time of increasing road accidents and reckless driving during the covert nineteen pandemic Ben

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US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

US vows to pay relatives of Afghans killed in drone strike

"The U. S. says it will pay relatives of Afghans killed in a drone strike in August Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said in a statement Friday the U. S. defense department will offer condolence payments to relatives of ten people killed in Afghanistan in an errant U. S. drone strike in Cabool on August twenty ninth the hellfire missile struck a car that it just pulled into a driveway of a family compound ten members of the family including seven children were killed the U. S. central command called the strike a tragic mistake Kirby says they're also working with the state department to help surviving family members relocate to the United States the U. S. military originally said it had targeted an Islamic state group facilitator but the Associated Press and other news organizations quickly reported that the driver of the targeted vehicle was a long time employee at a humanitarian organization Jennifer king Washington

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Fewer in US turn to food banks, but millions still in need

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Fewer in US turn to food banks, but millions still in need

"An Associated Press review found the distribution numbers from food banks across the country have dropped over the last six months but the need is still elevated Katie Pitts Gerald is the CEO of feeding America she says the amount of food being distributed by their more than two hundred partner food banks is still fifty five percent above pre pandemic levels in Fresno at the central California food bank numbers have leveled off but remain twenty five percent higher than in twenty nineteen staff there report that many people are still out of work particularly women who are primary care givers in the home foodbanks are trying to predict how long the elevated level of need will last taking into account child tax credit payments but also the end of the nationwide eviction moratorium and expiring unemployment benefits Jennifer king Washington

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Jon Gruden Is Out After Homophobic and Mysogynistic Comments

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Jon Gruden Is Out After Homophobic and Mysogynistic Comments

"A person familiar with the decision tells the Associated Press that raiders head coach Jon Gruden has stepped down following emails containing racist homophobic and misogynistic comments emails acquired by The New York Times show the Gruden frequently use misogynistic and homophobic language directed at commissioner Roger Goodell and others within the league the Wall Street journal said Friday the group used a racist comment to describe NFLPA leader DeMaurice Smith in twenty eleven the times acquired email sent between twenty eleven to twenty eighteen when Gruden was an analyst for ESPN they

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US official: American, Taliban officials to talk on evacuees

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 weeks ago

US official: American, Taliban officials to talk on evacuees

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a U. S. official says American and Taliban officials will meet to discuss evacuations from Afghanistan U. S. officials are meeting with senior Taliban officials in Doha Qatar this weekend a US official not authorized to speak by name about the meetings tells the Associated Press the talks will focus on holding the Taliban to commitments they made to allow Americans and other foreign nationals to leave Afghanistan I did ministration is facing questions about evacuations that have ground to a halt on Thursday state department spokesman Ned price said one hundred five U. S. citizens and ninety five green card holders have departed Afghanistan on U. S. facilitated flight since the end of August but that number has remained unchanged for more than a week Mike Rossio Washington

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 Americans agree misinformation is a problem, poll shows

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Americans agree misinformation is a problem, poll shows

"A new poll shows Americans agree that misinformation is a problem ninety five percent of Americans have identified misinformation as a problem when they're trying to access important information a new poll from the Pearson institute and the Associated Press in O. R. C. center for public affairs research reveals about half blame the U. S. government while three quarters point to social media users and tech companies fifty three percent say they're not concerned that they have spread misinformation but about six in ten or at least somewhat concerned that their friends or family members have been part of the problem my camp in

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The AP Interview: Jayapal pushes Biden for $3T spending bill

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 weeks ago

The AP Interview: Jayapal pushes Biden for $3T spending bill

"The head of the house progressive caucus says she is pushing president Joe Biden to hold firm when it comes to build back better Washington democratic representative from village I appall the leader of the house progressives tells the AP that the cost of president Biden social spending plan isn't as important as to what's in it is it's really not about the number it's about what programs are in there even so she is determined to keep the overall measure closer to three trillion dollars rather than the two trillion dollar range Biden has mentioned in the Associated Press interview j'ai appall listed the top priorities of the one hundred or so liberal house Democrats the care economy includes housing includes immigration includes health care particularly expanding Medicare and it includes climate change in acting Biden's agenda remains far from certain with the Senate evenly split moderate Democrats Joe Manchin and Kirsten cinema have called for a much lower price tag for the proposal Tim McGuire Washington

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Ghost towns: Nursing home staffing falls amid pandemic

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ghost towns: Nursing home staffing falls amid pandemic

"An Associated Press analysis find staffing levels are worse than ever in about one third of U. S. nursing homes even before the pandemic inadequate staffing was a problem for the nursing home industry in the US with too few nurses and aides caring for society's most vulnerable to make adult and sought first hand with her seventy four year old mother who moved to a nursing home in North Carolina and January twenty nineteen she would tell me I've been here for a number of hours as you try to get someone to either call bail and they will come here of labor statistics show that nursing home job to plunge by more than three hundred eighty thousand in the past year and a half thirty two percent of nursing homes reported staffing ratios in June that were lower than those in February of twenty twenty it translates to more bed sores let's help at mealtimes fewer showers and fewer people to respond to calls for help I'm Jennifer king

Associated Press North Carolina United States Jennifer King
W.H.O. Says North Korea Is Accepting Medical Supplies

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

W.H.O. Says North Korea Is Accepting Medical Supplies

"The World Health Organization has started shipping covert nineteen medical supplies into North Korea a possible sign that the north is easing on one of the world's strictest pandemic border closures to receive outside help W. H. O. said in a weekly monitoring report that he has started the shipment of essential covert nineteen medical supplies through the Chinese port of Dalian for strategic stockpiling and further dispatch to north Korea Edvin Salvador WHO's representative to North Korea said in an email to the Associated Press that some items including emergency health kits and medicine have reached the North Korean port of non pull off the north Korean authorities allowed the W. H. O. and other U. N. agencies to send supplies that had been stuck in Downey on I'm

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 Records show slow response to report of California oil spill

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Records show slow response to report of California oil spill

"Records show a slow response to a report of a possible oil spill off the southern California coast oil spill reports reviewed by the Associated Press raise questions about the coast guard's response as well as how quickly amplify energy the company operating the pipeline reported a major leak in the pipeline the Coast Guard says it was not notified of the disaster until Saturday morning the record shell it's hazardous spill response hotline received the first report of a possible oil slick Friday evening reports say the Coast Guard found out more than twelve hours before amplify energy first reported the spill to the Coast Guard Saturday morning and that was more than six hours after the incident occurred federal and state authorities require rapid reporting of a spill failure to do so is resulting in criminal prosecutions in the past I'm

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Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

"President Biden's popularity is dropped after a slew of crises a new poll by the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows fifty percent of people approve of the job the president is doing while forty nine percent disapprove in August fifty four percent approved and in July Biden had fifty nine percent approval the results come as Americans process the military evacuation from Afghanistan mounted border patrol agents charging at Haitian refugees the delta very of threat to the corona virus in the legislative drama of Biden trying to get his infrastructure and tax policies through Congress my camp in Washington

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AP-NORC poll: Virus fears linger for vaccinated older adults

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

AP-NORC poll: Virus fears linger for vaccinated older adults

"A new poll finds covert fears linger for vaccinated older adults vaccinated older adults are far more worried about the virus than the unvaccinated and far likelier to take precautions despite the protection afforded by their shots that's according to the Associated Press and R. C. center for public research poll as the viruses delta variant has fueled new waves of infection the poll of people age fifty or older found thirty six percent are very or extremely worried that they or a family member will be infected roughly doubled since June the increase fueled by the vaccinated who are especially likely to be highly worried well growing numbers of older unvaccinated people are planning traveling bracing group gatherings and returning to gyms and houses of worship the vaccinated are hunkering down Julie Walker New York

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COVID-19 Booster Shots Are a 'Money-Making Operation' for Big Pharma

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:12 min | 3 weeks ago

COVID-19 Booster Shots Are a 'Money-Making Operation' for Big Pharma

"Want one person. In the media to please explain why poor countries that generously prescribe anti-malarials or doing so much better than countries that massively inoculate and vaccinate their citizens will now the pfizer's ceo says. Oh yeah we can get back to normal as long as you keep taking your shots. Meanwhile billions of dollars are set to be made off of the booster shots so we keep on minting new billionaires off vaccines that don't even work by the way the best argument you can make for the vaccine is that it's a treatment not a vaccine that it might lower your likelihood of hospitalization that is the best case argument and even that argument is questionable. If you've already had natural immunity that argument is questionable billions more in prophets. I'm reading from breitbart. Dot com from the associated press are at stake for some vaccine makers as the us marches towards dispensing cova nineteen boosters to show up shore up american treatments. This is all about making money.

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Witness: Taliban hang dead body in Afghan city's main square

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Witness: Taliban hang dead body in Afghan city's main square

"The Taliban have hang the dead body of the main square of a city in western Afghanistan signaling a return to some of the group's harsh methods of the past brown gathered to see the gruesome display shouting their approval the man who runs a nearby pharmacy tells the Associated Press four bodies were brought to her rock city's main square one dangled from a crane while three were moved to other areas for public display he says the Taliban announced the four were caught taking part in the kidnapping and killed by police this Taliban commander says the display should alert criminals they are not safe one of the Taliban's founders told the AP earlier this week the Taliban will again carry out harsh punishments including executions and amputations as it reasserts its rule over Afghanistan I'm Ben Thomas

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Taliban official: Strict punishment, executions will return

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Taliban official: Strict punishment, executions will return

"One of the founders of the Taliban says it will again carry out harsh punishments including executions and amputations has it reasserts its rule over Afghanistan maneuvered into Robbie was justice minister and head of the religious police when the Taliban were last in power in the nineteen nineties at that time convicted murderers were killed by a single gunshot to the head convicted thieves had a hand amputated and those punishments were usually carried out before large crowds at a stadium or mosque practiced it drew international condemnation to Robbie is now in charge of prisons and he tells the Associated Press such punishments will return though perhaps not in public he says no one will tell the Taliban what its laws should be they will follow the Koran on Ben Thomas

Taliban Robbie Afghanistan The Associated Press Ben Thomas
US Begins Flying Haitian Migrants Home From Texas

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last month

US Begins Flying Haitian Migrants Home From Texas

"The US tries to stop the flow of migrants by blocking the Mexican border at the Texas town where Haitian refugees set up camp but they continue to find new routes at the same time the U. S.'s started flying them back to Haiti thousands of patients are camping out under the del Rio rich with many saying they won't be deterred a U. S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity told the Associated Press several flights departed Sunday and that's just the start many of the migrants have lived in Latin America for years but are now seeking asylum in the U. S. as economic opportunities dry up some say the earthquake and disaster nation of Haiti's president make them afraid to return girly Joseph is with Haitian bridge alliance in del Rio trying to help them in the United States the super power for what first what country can not absorb the people at the border how do we expect he need to absorb them while some Haitian lawmakers say the migrants will be welcomed back others question whether or not the infrastructure is there I'm Julie Walker

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Heavy Police Presence as Protesters Trickle in for DC Rally

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

Heavy Police Presence as Protesters Trickle in for DC Rally

"A few hundred demonstrators turned up Saturday for a rally to support those charged in the January six Ryan at the capitol but they were vastly outnumbered by the media and a heavy police presence the rally took place in fields far from the capitol building it was ringed by heavy dump trucks there were a few counter protesters and a few scuffles police say one person was arrested for carrying a knife but no major incidents were reported early on organizer Matt Brainerd a former trump campaign staffer told the crowd respect law enforcement this is about the many people who were there that day who have not been charged with violence not been accused of assaulting a police after destroying property and disparate treatment they receive according to an Associated Press review roughly sixty three people are being held awaiting trial or sentencing in connection with the January sixth more than six hundred people were arrested I'm Julie Walker

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"the associated press" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 2 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines our knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tag in the next episode ryan cunningham product lead from microsoft power ads and christie read e. y. principal discuss microsoft power apps and the rise of citizen developers the e. y. and microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Download today from wherever you get your podcast. And you're on your way to the top. These are the daily tech headlines. Tuesday office third. Twenty twenty one. I'm jen cutter. Twitter announced a partnership with the associated. Press and reuters to improve highlighting reliable news and information on the platform from trending topics to countering misinformation. This will be in addition to twitter's crowd source fact checking system bird watch. Initially this partnership will focus on english language content after a beta test involving one hundred thousand users citizen is offering the premium protect service for twenty dollars a month protect opens new features on the app including a get agent button connecting users to a citizen operator for assistance. Instead of calling nine one one. The company states are protect. Agents are highly trained safety experts equipped to help in a variety of stressful or uncertain situations said in his currently in twenty. Us cities and protect launches today on ios with an android version to follow french intelligence. Investigators say pegasus spyware has been found on the phone of three journalists including a senior staff member at the country's international television station france. Twenty four corroborating. The findings of a previously released amnesty international report on the nso groups by were targeting journalists. Windows three sixty five is now available for business. Customers pricing starts at twenty dollars per user per month for those with an existing windows ten pro license providing one v cpu two gigabytes of ram and sixty four gigabytes of storage the top tier adcp's thirty two gigabytes of ram and five hundred and twenty gigabytes of storage cloud. Pc starts at one hundred sixty two dollars per month those without a windows. Ten pro license pay four dollars more per user per month. The italian vaccination registration system for the region of lazio is down due to an apparent ransomware attack. The region's president nicolas zingaretti posted on facebook. That the files in the system data center were inaccessible in the system was shut down to prevent the attack from spreading the system for booking appointments will be unavailable for several days but previously booked. Appointments are set to go ahead. Zoom has agreed to an eighty five million dollar settlement for lawsuit filed in march twenty twenty in the us district court in the northern district of california. The suit accused zoom of sharing personal user data with third parties including facebook. Google and lincoln as well as enabling zoom bombing incidents the settlement requires judicial approval to be finalized after being named in a lawsuit filed by the department of fair employment and housing alleging sexual discrimination and harassment blizzard. Studio president j allen. Brac has stepped down to be replaced by executive development. Vp geno neil and gm. Mike ibarra as co-leaders in a statement blizzard indicated a desire to change company culture pearson. The textbook publisher has announced pearson plus a subscription service for digital textbooks pearson plus rolling out on the us college campuses. This fall will be available on mobile and desktop. The low tier cost students. nine dollars. ninety nine cents a month for a single textbook at a time and the fourteen ninety nine a month tear allows accessing the full library of over fifteen hundred bucks. The apple also includes study aids. Like flash cards annotations and customizable fonts australian telecommunications company telstra announced all national calls and sms from their fifteen thousand payphones will now be free and that pay phones will become completely pointless from october. First overseas calls will still cost a fee hours after a critical article in the economic information daily affiliated with china's state run news agency shinwa tencent increased restrictions on. How long minors can play their game. Honor of kings the article. 'cause ten cents market capitalization to drop sixty billion dollars. As investors fear further government crackdowns the new restrictions for children under twelve include. Not being able to spend money in the game and only being able to play for an hour a day instead of an hour and a half apple has now made.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Push the story back. Able longoria has chosen actors. She says that her biggest priority is to make sure they tell. Richard montana's historic authentically. The filmmakers were told of the problems the legal team for frito lay forwarded a letter. So now you know what's going to happen of course is that it's going to be a mostly truthful account and is probably not now going to be frito lay in the movie. It'll be some other company. It'll be mostly truthful story in fact The la times show says that others a kernel of truth beneath his story Visible through its inconsistencies and supported by the documentary time line. There's the real story of a man rising up the corporate ladder from factory. Florida marketing executive pitching products. Along the way he did drop out of school he did get a job at frito lay There was a motivational. I all the new new frito-lay campaign that rippled across the company. There is a news clipping feature montana's providing a window into this moment in his career there is a nineteen ninety-three story on businesses. Finding success empower their employees. There is a section on frito. Lay talking about the plant rancho cucamonga. Where manager steve smith is taken up the initiative and got more frontline workers to improve the business. There is veteran machine operator. Richard montana's thirty seven becoming so energized that he developed a new ethnic food concept aimed at the hispanic market after testing recipes and outlining strategy. He burst forth with the kernel of an idea. Flaming hot popcorn. flaming hot. Popcorn did hit the shelves in nineteen ninety four so the story gets conflated. The media runs with an. I made the mistake of running with a yet again. It's a feel good story. The media it went viral all over the internet. Now it turns out it's not true and in the truth crashing into the lie. We have the intersectional fall out in hollywood over. How can you tell the story. And they're you know by the time this movie comes out. They're all going to be fighting with each other. The white women the hispanic community. You name it. Who gets to tell the story of the flaming hot cheetos. You and i. We will sit back and we will laugh as the intersectional whoops fight it out over the authenticity of a story over a bag of potato chips. Wealth over bag of cheetos. We're going to have more of these stories. You realize as the intersection fallout and you have to weigh who who has a more valid moral truth. The the the intersectional white woman or the inner sexual hispanic man does eater sexual hispanic man identify as white hispanic or black hispanic or or hispanic hispanic and and we'll all have to will be judges and then we'll have to pick a truth because there will be one there will be all sorts of them and the fallout.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:05 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Seven nine seven three seven four to five. I've got to talk about a story that i talked about gosh a year ago or so in this. I'm fascinated by so sometime last year. May maybe it was. Maybe it was the tweet. I i remember talking about the story The story is about. Richard montana's richard montana's is the man who came up with the flaming hot cheetos. And the story goes that he was a janitor at frito. Lay's rancho cucamonga plant and the ceo of frito lay was looking for a new ideas and he is a janitor dreamed up the idea of a chilly covered cheeto and believed it himself so much. He called up the ceo and They tried to block him from meeting with the ceo. The ceo forced it and he finally was able to come in and and reveal the Reveal how he had come up with the idea and basically what he had done. Is he mixed together. The flavors of his community. He thought that the he thought that the flavors of central america were missing and that he that he had some connection to them and he could bring them about and he wrote a book about it The flaming hot the incredible true story of one man's rise to top executive from janitor top executive at he's told the story all over and i remember when the book came out. I talked about this and it was impressive and at the time Frito lay said yelp who released did not say no and it really was an incredible story. That this man was a janitor. In rancho cucamonga rancho cucamonga california. The ceo had an all hands on deck. I want to hear from anybody ideas and this janitor thought that the co was talking about him and came up with this idea. Focus group did in his hispanic latino community. Everyone loved it and called up the. Ceo's office explained that he was a janitor and the people thought he was nuts. And he's like well. The ceo said he were to hear from me. He was able to to finally get through to the ceo. After all of these people tried to stop him the corporate backstabbers tried to sabotage him for thinking more than he wasn't life. Any rose through the ranks at frito lay become a marketing executive. The problem is turns out. The story is not true and there's now he released the book and now a movie is coming out and turns out the story he told the story. I told when.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:42 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The experts said there would be no gas shortages and then there are because they had to protect joe biden the constantly do this and as a result of this fewer people trust the experts and a large part of this is in and tom nichols who these controversial presence. I guess among the right these days definitely not a trump fan. He's written about the death of expertise and the need for experts. And one of. Tom nichols points that i think is a meritorious point. Even if you dislike. Tom nichols you can't dismiss the point by the way i like the guy just fine. I know some of you will hate me for saying that. Would've his his points. That i find to be meritorious. Torius is that when the experts start talking outside their expertise and are still claimed as experts. It undermines faith in all the experts because the media does this regularly that they find someone who's in an industry that person tells them something and they're given the label expert and they may or may not be an expert. You know. I i if i call the local mcdonald's and i asked them how their sales are going. They're not exactly an expert in the restaurant industry. They take orders at mcdonald's. That's different if i go to my local independent grocery store and ask them. What's going on their their opinion may be different from the chain grocery store that has a greater supply chain and yet the media doesn't distinguish these things and sometimes they're there are experts who have agendas and oftentimes the media there. They have an agenda to protect the president for example There is now a in in the politico. Which is really becoming a talking point a mouthpiece for the left of these days they're running stories on how Joe biden is teflon and the republicans have no attacks against him demon. There's no way. For republicans to combat him. The biden is teflon analogy teflon. joe muddies. gop midterm strategy. David ciders win. The national republican senatorial committee sought to attack four vulnerable senate democrats in a series of you ads. The spring president. Joe biden was nowhere to be found instead. The see juxtapose photos of the senators next to house speaker. Nancy pelosi it's a phenomenon that's becoming increasingly pronounced. As the outline of the twenty twenty mid-term election comes into focus. Midterms are typically a referendum on the party in power so the standard opposition party. Playbook is to make every down ballot about the city president but biden's elusiveness a target is forcing republicans to rethink the traditional strategy interviews with more than twenty-five gop strategist and party. Officials depict the president. Who's avuncular style and genial burying make you may less than ideal foil. He doesn't induce anger or rage and at the moment his white house is relatively drama free. Response republicans are preparing to break with the time-honored custom and cast the president less as the central character in the midterm elections than as an accessory to the broader excesses of the left biden is not a good bad guy..

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:15 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"People don't have to cover their mass indoors anymore. Walmart costco trader joe's and publix were among the first to allow mask free shopping. Home depot gap and ulta beauty have said they would continue monitoring developments but maintain their precautions. Kroger i think was also one that was going to require masks they're not really enforcing it. Though i talked about the mask issue in the first hour of the show today. But i this story a target starbucks. Let me give you the the list of companies here target starbucks walmart costco trader. Joe's publics are going to allow the vaccinated without proof of vaccine by the way to not wear masks in their stores. Starting now there's another side of the story here. This is a story about americans trusting americans. I mentioned the jeopardy story. If you're just tuning in let me recap the story for you real quick. I find this fascinating. A jeopardy contestant. Kelly donahue Flash the number three as the three time jeopardy winner he flashed the number one after being declared a one time winner the number two for two time winner in three after being a three time winner but some jeopardy contestants were concerned because he used the word gypsy which they find pejorative. They also found that he wore a maga- cap Therefore they concluded that his three was not actually a three but a white power symbol with the anti-defamation league told them that it was not a white power symbol the number three because he was the three time jeopardy winner. These smart people undoubtedly unquestionably smart. They've been freaking jeopardy. They concluded that the anti-defamation league was gas lighting them in on it a newspaper reader. The washington post wrote to margaret sullivan. The newspapers media correspondent on word that the washington post has its first female newsroom editor. Who came from the associated press. The corresponded was concerned. That does this. New editor understand that the greatest threat to the nation right now as we are on the verge of becoming a christian white nationalists authoritarian regime. Jay rosen a highly respected journalism. Professor at new york university highlighted it on social media and shared the concern a concern that. We're on the verge of becoming an authoritarian christian white nationalist regime..

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:30 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Buddy romer has died. Just real quick. You're you're just to have to give me a a personal moment here Buddy romer. When i was a kid. got elected as the governor of louisiana. He was a democrat who turned republican and ran against edwin edwards edwin. Edwards was the three term governor louisiana. Who was really scandal-plagued and roma ran on a reform ticket and he won and then four years later lost came in third against edwin edwards. In david duke. Now that was the race that so many people in louisiana should the race. Where i decided i could not stay in louisiana After i graduated from high school that was the race where the kkk grand wizard. David duke ran against edwin edwards and so many people had the bumper sticker on the back of their car. Vote for the crooked important At the time then president. George bush actually as a republican campaign for democrats scandal plagued edwin edwards arguing that it was better to have a crook in louisiana presiding over the state. Then a racist in and david do very much is a racist Romer was the shot who got elected. I met him. A couple of times are just randomly. There was a books a million bookstore baton rouge. And i would go in it and he would be in their reading and and went up in chatter with him. Very nice guy. He passed away after a long illness at.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:13 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"And talk about There is a phenomenon happening in this country. now we're both sides tend to go to people with their confirmation biases to get their information and when they hear something that does not confirm their own biases. They get mad at the source even if they've otherwise respect i have this happen all the time on this program. I will tell you that something you believe isn't true. I've got all the facts and data to back it up and you get pissed with me for telling you the truth because i'm not telling you what you want to hear. And then you argue with me that that the truth is not actually the truth because you with dell some fringe rabbit hole and in going down some fringe rabbit hole you you found a video on the internet of some huckster scammer or something. Who tells you everything you believe was true is true and therefore that person must be right. The science is wrong. The scientists sarong is wrong objective. Research is wrong. That numbers are on this guy on the internet. You've never heard of before is right is happens to me every damn day. Now the left would have you believe. It's a unique phenomenon of the right. The left would have you believe there too smart to fall for confirmation bias nonsense. They're too smart to fall for the scam except a series of jeopardy contestants including multiple winners including two time winner gets mad at the anti-defamation league in claims. The anti-defamation league is in on a gas lighting scandal. Because the anti-defamation league does it. Tell them what they want to hear. Which is that. kelly donahue. He didn't make white power symbol. He was announced as a three time jeopardy winner and put his fingers up to signify number three as he had done on the day. He was announced a two time winner. He put up two fingers on the day. He was announced a one time winner..

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five. I was just thinking of this. You know it's really too bad. That israel did not bomb the associated press aljazeera hamas headquarters last week if if israel had bombed the hamas building. The ap was working out of last week. The american press would not have covered it or they would have just given it just a passing mention because it would have distracted from the list. Cheney donald trump coverage it's amazing over the weekend That the the the news networks just in full blown Coverage of the liz cheney matter even more so than this situation you had What what do you. Dan crenshaw on is Who was it While chuck todd sorry. Chuck totally forgot your day. It's been one of those weeks folks yes. Dan crenshaw was on with chuck todd and they had some some interesting exchanges and crenshaw basically saying we're not going to we're not going to get rid of donald trump within the republican party. It's it's quite fascinating to me that the media continues to obsess about this issue and again the big issue here is. The media is obsessed with it because they want to hurt the gop in twenty twenty two and they believe and there's pulling out there. They're relying on. that shows. the closer one is connected to donald trump. the more likely they are to lose. Now you can believe the pull. It is wrong and at this point. I don't trust any polling giving how bad it wasn't twenty twenty but the media of course continues to rely on the police. And convinces themselves that These are just anomalies. But this is you. You need to understand this The polling suggests whether you agree with the police whether you think it's wrong or not. The bulk of the american polling out there suggests the closer what is to donald trump. The more likely that person is to not be successful in an election therefore the media to tie every republican to donald trump. And the way to do that is to keep the liz. Cheney donald trump practice in the forefront of people's minds so for example ignore the israel situation ignore the gas shortage. Ignore the crimewave. Ignore everything in washington. Dc accept this fight. Keep it right up there in people's minds.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Why can't the unvaccinated protect themselves if we're going to be pro science if we're going to deal with the science the science says that if you're over the age of twenty one eight hell if you're over the age twelve and have access to the vaccine. If you're over the age of twenty one union any of the vaccines over the age of sixteen you can get any of the vaccines. They're readily available in the united states. Right now in every state there is no longer a vaccine shortage. If you want it you can go. Get it and guess. What if you're in your twenties or younger and you get covid. You virtually have not problem whatsoever. You'll be fine. Death is exceedingly exceedingly rare. Even even major symptoms are exceedingly exceedingly rare so why do businesses need to protect the unvaccinated when the unvaccinated can protect themselves. Let's continue with this well. Many people happily shed their mass celebrated the appeared into the pandemic others are concerned that with only thirty seven percent of the country fully vaccinated. This relaxation is premature and could lead to a resurgence of infections. If such a head scratching turn of events had occurred under former president donald trump the administration surely would have been blamed for the lack of coordination resulting widespread confusion. The biden team has exp- excelled on many aspects of the govind response. But this was a major blunder that threatens to sit back much of the progress made president biden needs to fix it urgently. Most important biden should own that it was a mistake to see this level of responsibility to the cdc. After watching trump repeatedly sidelined the agency seemingly for political reasons the biden administration understandably has wanted to elevate the cd's role but there's a big difference between listening to scientists and seating policy-making to one side of the organization trump supporters might complain about a double standard but intervening in. This case. wouldn't be about politics. It would be for the public. Good hello is it for the public. Good that we get back to our lives the e for those who are listening to health care experts alone. There's actually a balancing act that has to be done between economic advisers and the health care experts and the assumption of the risk. It's almost as if.

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"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:16 min | 5 months ago

"the associated press" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Hello and welcome it. Is eric erickson here. Delighted to have you with me. Welcomed the phone number. If you wanna be a part of the program. Eight seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven three seven four to five well the israel hamas situation took an interesting turn this weekend. If you're a subscriber to my daily email. I had to send one out on saturday because israel blew up the associated press headquarters in in gaza. If you listen to the story from the media the media loves to make the story about themselves the media only really gets engaged in a story when there's an angle about which the media can make it about themselves and so the angle this weekend from the associated press was that israel blew up. Its headquarters the ceo of the associated press. Gary pruitt released a statement saying he was shocked and horrified that the israeli military would target and destroy the building housing. Ap's bureau and other news organizations in gaza that's right. Israel blew up a building that housed major media outlets in gaza. You would never know it from the reporting in fact let me read you just real quick diary from for is acronym of the associated press. My colleagues shouts awaken me and the pounding of my heart drowned out the racing of my mind what was happening. Had someone been injured on the streets of gaza city or worse. It was one fifty five pm on saturday. I had been napping on the upper floor of the two floor penthouse that served as the associated press offices in gaza city since two thousand six. This was not unusual in recent days since fighting began earlier this month. I had been sleeping in our bureau until early afternoon than working. Through the night. I hurry downstairs and saw my colleagues donning helmets and protective vests. They were shouting evacuate evacuate. The israeli military. I would later learn. Had targeted are building for destruction and offered up a brief advanced warning. They had taken out three buildings so far this week. Warning residents in occupants sometimes minute beforehand to get out hurriedly. I was told you have ten minutes..

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"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

"An Associated Press investigation has found that the Trump Administration awarded emergency Corona virus funds too well connected Republican donors company to test a possible covert 19 fighting blood plasma technology. In the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies. It noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, the money was to test blood plasma technology as a way of treating covert 19 infections. But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner. Eugene's Arlo. Internal government records and other documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in Fine for a CZ Muchas $65 million in taxpayer funds. That would be enough to start building an actual production plant. Ben Thomas Washington When the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies, it noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner, Eugene's Arlo, Internal government records and other Documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in line for as much as $65 million in taxpayer funds that would be enough to start building an actual production plant. Then Thomas Washington. Super Typhoon Goni has triggered volcanic mudflows that engulfed about 150 houses. The type wounds sustained winds 140 MPH and gusts over 170 threatening some province is still recovering from a deadly typhoon hit a week ago. Residents have been warned of possible landslides, massive flooding storm surges of up to 16 FT and powerful winds that come blow away shanties. Nearly a million people have been moved into emergency shelters. I'm Sarah Bassett..

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"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on AP News

"An Associated Press investigation has found that the Trump Administration awarded emergency Corona virus funds too well connected Republican donors company to test a possible covert 19 fighting blood plasma technology. In the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies. It noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, the money was to test blood plasma technology as a way of treating covert 19 infections. But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner. Eugene's Arlo. Internal government records and other documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in Mine for as much as $65 million in taxpayer funds. That would be enough to start building an actual production plant. Ben Thomas Washington When the Trump administration awarded seed money to plasma technologies, it noted the companies manufacturing facilities in Charleston, South Carolina, But the AP has found plasma technologies has no manufacturing facilities in Charleston. Instead, the company exists within the luxury condo of its majority owner, Eugene's Arlo, Internal government records and other Documents obtained by The Associated Press shows airless company may be in line for as much as $65 million in taxpayer funds that would be enough to start building an actual production plant. And Thomas Washington Super Typhoon Goni has triggered volcanic mudflows that engulfed about 150 houses. The type wounds sustained winds 140 MPH and gusts over 117 threatening some province is still recovering from a deadly typhoon hit a week ago. Residents have been warned of possible landslides, massive flooding storm surges of up to 16 FT and powerful winds that come blow away shanties. Nearly a million people have been moved into emergency shelters. I'm Sarah Bassett. Thank.

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"the associated press" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Associated Press estimates there have been about nine thousand protest related arrests in the U. S. since the death of Georgia Floyd last week in Minneapolis police custody the city of Omaha Nebraska will extend its own curfew following several nights there of unrest and protests and Pierce Kirk Siegler reports demonstrators are calling for justice after quite bar owner shot and killed a twenty two year old black man last weekend at a demonstration the district attorney has announced no charges will be filed against a white bar owner who shot and killed twenty two year old James Scurlock as demonstrations turn violent the Scurlock family is alleging the DA rush to the decision and once a grand jury investigation they say the deadly shooting that happened amid a scuffle in downtown Omaha's old market district was far from an act of self defense meanwhile the city council has voted to extend the mayor's state of emergency and the city's eight PM curfew through next week if needed like and scores of other places clashes between protesters and police have been heated Kirk Siegler NPR news Omaha the state of Minnesota will investigate the practices and policies of the Minneapolis police department Minnesota lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan tells NPR the review will cover the past decade the state's department of human rights has filed a discrimination complaint against Minneapolis police the Senate Judiciary Committee begins a planned series of hearings today into the origins of the F. B. I.'s twenty sixteen Russia investigation Republicans are very interested in what the Obama Biden administration knew about it NPR's Susan Davis explains judiciary chairman Lindsey Graham says he plans to subpoena up to fifty three people in this investigation today the committee will hear from former deputy Attorney General rod Rosenstein it's part of an effort by Senate Republicans to focus oversight on matters that involve former vice president and presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden the Senate homeland security committee is also investigating what Republicans claim are questionable dealings by the Biden family the Biden campaigns as Republicans are using the Senate to try to help get the president re elected Graham says he plans to issue a report before election day Susan Davis NPR news Washington Joe Biden one seven democratic presidential primary contests on Tuesday and president trump won the Republican contest in Ferguson Missouri voters elected Ella James as their first black female mayor this follows the twenty fourteen on rest in there after a white police officer killed a young black man this is NPR news eight states and the district of Columbia held primaries Tuesday amid the pandemic and civil unrest most voters chose absentee ballots problems were reported in Washington DC where voters had weighed in exceptionally long lines NPR's Pam Fessler said many voters did not get their absentee ballots on time it could be a red flag for November most states have expanded mail in voting for the primaries due to the pandemic and many are expected to do so for the general election but voters in several areas including Baltimore Philadelphia and Washington DC so they never received the absentee ballots they requested her to come to the polls in person on Tuesday concerned about delivery delays Pennsylvania's governor Tom wolf extended the deadline for ballots to be received in six counties until next week as long as they're postmarked by June second election officials admit they have a lot of Kinks to work out with more people voting by mail than ever before Pam Fessler NPR news of cyclone has made landfall in western India close to the country's business capital Mumbai forecasters say top sustained winds are above seventy five miles per hour and storm surge is beginning to flood beaches and low lying parts of the city this is the strongest cyclone to batter India's west coast in this century the national hurricane center is watching tropical storm crystal ball in southeastern Mexico that storm is expected to make landfall in Mexico then turned back into the Gulf of Mexico Crist bal is then forecast to move north toward the U. S. Gulf coast I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include PGM PGM the global investment management business of prudential provides perspective for investors seeking to outlast today's uncertainty learn more at P. G. I. M. dot com and Americans for the arts one former Minneapolis police officer is facing charges in the death of George Floyd more than ten days ago but three other officers who were on the scene.

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"the associated press" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Associated Press has called both Missouri and Mississippi for Joe Biden there are four more states that we are waiting to hear from tonight stay with us you're listening to live special coverage of big Tuesday from NPR news and we're joined now by Brian Ellis and he's a host at member station KCUR in Kansas city Missouri Hey Brian Hey sue so four years ago Bernie Sanders finished in the primary there in about a tie with Hillary Clinton very different finish for Bernie Sanders tonight what what what is what's happening on the ground there but have you seen yeah you're right the vote was within fifteen hundred votes out of six hundred twenty three thousand cast four years ago but I think what's happening is that Joe Biden is a very different candidate than Hillary Clinton for one thing we all know about the extraordinary support he has among African American voters that's a significant part of the democratic electorate here in Missouri but even a among white voters in much of the state especially the rural parts of the state where the percentages tend indicate fewer voters with college degrees more working class voters Joe Biden has proven to be a much stronger candidate it's also an older electorate here in Kansas city in that demographic seems to be favoring Joe Biden as well yeah it certainly seems that bite in the mix of Missouri has worked well for him I mean one thing we've seen time and time again in these contests in which he's revived is that African American support has really renewed his candidacy well that's that's exactly right and that Missouri was a classic case of where that should work in Joe Biden's advantage and it seems to have in some very substantial ways so it the last time Missouri voted for democratic general election was Bill Clinton in nineteen ninety six I think it's fair to say the political universe has changed dramatically since then do you think that anyone should be looking at Missouri as a state where Democrats complained twenty twenty state while well in a word probably not the reality is that there was a time when Missouri was a bellwether status misery goes so goes the nation they used to say but that hasn't been true as you said since nineteen ninety six when Bill Clinton was the last Democrat to win the state the reality is that Republicans dominate misery politics they controlled the governorship lieutenant governor secretary of state Attorney General they have a super majority in the house and sometimes it's been said that the Missouri Senate Democrats can hold their caucus meetings in a booth at Denny's the reality is that Democrats have a serious up hill battle in Missouri no matter what the election year I I will say though that Missouri Democrats do have a very good record of choosing the eventual nominee in every election since nineteen ninety two whoever has one misery for the Democrats has gone on to become the nominee the last exception was when Missouri congressman Dick Gephardt was was running he he eventually of course lost Michael Dukakis one other thing I would note here sue the the reality is is that a lot of the support Joe Biden got from significant democratic leaders in misery including former governors joke Jay Nixon and Bob Holden former U. S. senator Jean Carnahan they they lined up behind Joe Biden partly because I believe they felt he would become the he would be a better standard bearer and be more help to those down ballot races given the makeup of the Missouri electric all that is Brian Ellison he's a host at member station KCUR in Kansas city brings so much thanks so much for your time thank you Sir you are listening to special coverage of the big Tuesday from NPR news we'll be right back and this special coverage from NPR of big Tuesday continues until eleven o'clock here on W. NYC six more states having their say today later this week people across the country will start getting their census forms in the mail tomorrow on the Brian Lehrer show your weight so important to fill out the form and what some people are doing to ensure underrepresented groups accounted plus why new York's homeless population is especially vulnerable to the new coronavirus tune in tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine FM AMA twenty or ask your smart speaker to play W. NYC it's.

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"the associated press" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"the associated press" Discussed on WTOP

"The Associated Press this forty says the Joe Biden has won the democratic presidential primary in Texas taking super Tuesday's second biggest prize a resurgent Joe scoring wins across the country in fact with the backing of a diverse coalition and progressive rival Bernie Sanders seizing super Tuesday's biggest prize with a win in California according to the Associated Press CBS is just said it was too close to call in California we're checking on that for you this early morning breathing new life into his campaign Joe Biden when South Carolina this weekend series of endorsements from candidates who dropped out over the last few days here in our area that included a big win in Virginia we turn first to WTOP's Max Smith at our election day Joe Biden won all but three Virginia cities and counties and one in all congressional districts total he wins Virginia with about fifty three percent of the vote more than twice the twenty three percent for Bernie Sanders Elizabeth Warren got nearly eleven percent Mike Bloomberg around ten percent neither enough to qualify for statewide delegates Warren did just edged out Bernie Sanders for second place in Arlington and Alexandria that should be enough to get her a delegate or two in the eighth congressional district all the other candidates on the ballot did get at least some votes but all less than one percent of the total one point three million votes were cast that's a record for a democratic presidential primary in Virginia but comparisons are complicated by the lack of a competing GOP presidential primary this year that voters could have chosen instead Virginia's congressional primaries are in June at the election desk next month WTOP news the other two high profile candidates still in the shrinking field Mike Bloomberg Elizabeth Warren were teetering on the.

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"the associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"the associated press" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Associated Press that his office was preparing to impose tariffs on hundreds of billions of more dollars worth of Chinese products. In the coming months. Now, the latest, traffic and weather together. No, major interstate problems have been reported right now have been getting reports of a gas leak around the roof would shopping center in Norwood. We've seen some heavier than normal traffic volumes along Edwards road and Edmonson though that is starting to die die down. Now. No reports of any injuries and traffic's getting better now. Linda's forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center, we move in your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation. Learn more at no fear death is dot com. Rain will move in tonight and could be heavy at times lows in the forties to near fifty Sunday for mother's day. You'll need an umbrella with scattered showers continuing to hang around and highs only near sixty from your severe weather station. I'm nine I one in meteorologist Sherry Hughes. Newsradio seven hundred w l w radar shows cloudy skies and rain moving through the tri-state. Now, the western part of Hamilton county and scattered parts of Butler county seeing some fairly steady rain. It is sixty five degrees. A nine year old is. Effected to be okay after being stabbed in the shoulder with a machete and Covington last night police say three adults to a group of kids. The nine year old was unable to get away. In time. Thirty five year old Esteban Portuguse was later arrested. He's now being held without bond and abortion law in Kentucky was struck down by a federal judge yesterday. Federal judge in Louisville blocked in abortion law from taking in Kentucky..

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"the associated press" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"the associated press" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Associated Press says the former vice president's announcement is expected as early as Wednesday the Atlantic first reported Biden's decision, according to several polls the seventy six year old Biden will enter the race as a Democratic Front runner. Even though he faces questions about his age, and whether or not his record is liberal enough for party activists. What else correspondent, Greg Clugston? The Justice department says the subpoena issued by House Democrats for the full special counsel report is unnecessary. Meanwhile, is house speaker Nancy Pelosi still considering impeachment. She has said repeatedly that she feels like an order to move forward on peach mint. You have to not only have really solid evidence of an impeachable offense. But you also have to be able to bring not just Democrats. Also Republicans onboard visit somebody who lived through the Bill Clinton impeachment hearings, and and her take away from those hearings was that it just divided the country. And I think based on the reaction that we've seen that. No appetite among Republicans for pursuing impeachment correspondent Julie pace. Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than three hundred thousand vehicles in North America. The recall covers dodge dart compact cars from thirteen through twenty sixteen with six speed automatic transmissions of bushing can fail being one a driver shifts park or another gear the year may not change. The car could roll away beyond Chrysler is advising owners to shut off the engine and set the parking brake before leaving the car. Rich Thomasson reporting a strong storm system barreling through the south killing eight year old girl and Florida and threatened to bring tornadoes too large parts of the Carolinas and southern Virginia a tree fell onto a house Friday and would Florida south of Tallahassee killing the girl and injuring a twelve year old boy this is townhall dot. Tom. Of physical activities that you no longer partake in because that to painful such as playing golf easily walking downstairs, hiking all even sleeping peacefully through.

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