35 Burst results for "Thursday Morning"

An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 1 d ago

An Unfortunate Tragedy Before Showtime in Dallas

"We had a just a tragedy that I couldn't share with you on the air because the family didn't know. All the family members weren't notified apparently. But I was in Dallas for I'm still in Dallas one more day here in Dallas, and then I'm flying back to Florida today. After performing in a musical and it was a great success, we had great response. I had a blast, played suitless, finding the app on the way to the forum. The day we opened, which was Thursday, the morning of our opening, our 31 year old production stage manager, a beautiful young woman named Ashley Ashley Schneider, who we all adored. She was just a pro, just wonderful to deal with. Heck, she texted me Wednesday night. Well, she died Thursday morning unexpectedly. And you talk about something that brings a company of 40 or 50 people who are working on a project closer together in grief and shock, I mean, one minute she's with us and laughing and vibrant vibrant and just full of life and her husband of four months. I know, I know. Horrifying. Her husband of four months finds her unresponsive in bed, the morning of our opening. And you talk about a tough thing to go through for these young people in this production and since I was the lead in the show and kind of the anchor of the whole production, the producers actually reached out to me and told me about it early in the day, but they didn't want to tell the cast. Because they were afraid the cast, first of all, they weren't able to confirm it exactly. It's a whole

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38 rescued, 11 dead as US searches waters near Puerto Rico

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

38 rescued, 11 dead as US searches waters near Puerto Rico

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Prince Charles isolating after testing positive for COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Prince Charles isolating after testing positive for COVID-19

"Britain's prince Charles has tested positive for coke with nineteen and his self isolating a message on the prince's official Twitter page said Charles tested positive on Thursday morning I was deeply disappointed not to be able to attend a scheduled visit in Winchester England Charles who is seventy three I've met thousands of people joined a large reception at London's British Museum on Wednesday evening he was accompanied by his wife Camilla I was in close contact with with US treasury secretary rishi Sunak among others it's not immediately clear what his condition is or whether Charles had recently met with his mother the queen Charles Taylor this month London

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Kim 1st woman to win 2 snowboard halfpipe golds

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Kim 1st woman to win 2 snowboard halfpipe golds

"Nathan Chen and Chloe Kim strike gold on Thursday morning in Beijing Jan posted the best scores in both the short program in the free skate to amass three hundred twenty two point six points and win the men's singles gate meanwhile it's back to back golds for Kim who repeats on the woman's snowboard half pipe throwing down in ninety four with their first run which featured a front sight ten eighty followed by a switch nine hundred a switch backside five forty in the finishing ten eighty I'm so honored to be able to take home the gold said the U. S. that's honestly what it's all about is representing your country and the best way possible defending champ Shaun white will shoot for his fourth career goals when

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Flights canceled as wide swath of US braces for winter storm

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Flights canceled as wide swath of US braces for winter storm

"Hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of flights flights flights flights are are are are cancelled cancelled cancelled cancelled schools schools schools schools are are are are closed closed closed closed and and and and governors governors governors governors are are are are urging urging urging urging residents residents residents residents to to to to stay stay stay stay off off off off the the the the streets streets streets streets as as as as a a a a major major major major winter winter winter winter storm storm storm storm gets gets gets gets under under under under way way way way in in in in the the the the Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest the the the the National National National National Weather Weather Weather Weather Service Service Service Service says says says says six six six six to to to to twelve twelve twelve twelve inches inches inches inches of of of of snow snow snow snow is is is is expected expected expected expected by by by by Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday morning morning morning morning in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of the the the the Rockies Rockies Rockies Rockies and and and and Midwest Midwest Midwest Midwest while while while while heavy heavy heavy heavy ice ice ice ice is is is is likely likely likely likely from from from from Texas Texas Texas Texas through through through through the the the the Ohio Ohio Ohio Ohio valley valley valley valley for for for for today today today today and and and and Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday the the the the weather weather weather weather service service service service says says says says eight eight eight eight to to to to fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen inches inches inches inches of of of of snow snow snow snow is is is is possible possible possible possible in in in in parts parts parts parts of of of of Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan that that that that includes includes includes includes Detroit Detroit Detroit Detroit where where where where the the the the mayor mayor mayor mayor activated activated activated activated snow snow snow snow emergency emergency emergency emergency routes routes routes routes and and and and city city city city crews crews crews crews are are are are expected expected expected expected to to to to work work work work twelve twelve twelve twelve hour hour hour hour shifts shifts shifts shifts salting salting salting salting and and and and plowing plowing plowing plowing major major major major roads roads roads roads we we we we want want want want you you you you to to to to prepare prepare prepare prepare for for for for a a a a four four four four day day day day job job job job Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday through through through through Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday to to to to get get get get every every every every neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood street street street street are are are are clear clear clear clear audio audio audio audio courtesy courtesy courtesy courtesy of of of of W. W. W. W. X. X. X. X. Y. Y. Y. Y. Z. Z. Z. Z. TV TV TV TV where where where where resident resident resident resident David David David David McCall McCall McCall McCall says says says says he's he's he's he's ready ready ready ready to to to to snowboard snowboard snowboard snowboard embargo embargo embargo embargo right right right right now now now now for for for for the the the the gas gas gas gas well well well well hi hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Journalist Julie Kelly Describes the Recent Hearing of January 6 Defendant Ryan Samsel

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:15 min | 4 months ago

Journalist Julie Kelly Describes the Recent Hearing of January 6 Defendant Ryan Samsel

"Guys, I'm delighted to welcome back to the podcast my favorite journalist Julie Kelly, the heroine of the January 6th reporting. Julie has, well, Julie writes for American greatness, but she has an important and bestselling new book out. It's just called January 6th and I'm going to read the subtitle how Democrats use the capital protest to launch a war on terror against the political right. Julie, welcome back, delighted to have you as always, you were just at a hearing and tell us all about it. So thank you, dinesh for having me on and we'll talk a little bit about my book. But there was just a hearing this morning on Thursday morning related to the case of Ryan samso, who has been in jail arrested last January 30th. And it's important because this ties into the ray eps controversy that we've been seeing for the past several days. Ryan samso is the man who ray Epps whispered in his ear right before Ryan Samuel becomes the first Trump supporter first capital protester to breach the initial lines at the perimeter of the grounds that day. He has been, as I said, arrested and detained since last January, the government continues to delay his case. He wasn't even formally indicted by grand jury until August. What DoJ is doing now to delay his trial and what I believe is to delay revealing what happened with ray eps because of course it was a critical point right before the breach is delaying his trial. They've added defendants to his case. And the judge judged Tim Kelly again today delayed for the next few weeks until January 27th, another status hearing is DoJ adds defendants ads indictments and then claims they need to add more discovery. This is just part of DoJ's gamesmanship in delaying as much as they can what happened on January 6th and specifically related to any sort of government informants or assets that were used in the capitol

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"thursday morning" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 4 months ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on WTOP

"O three Thursday morning January 13th 2022 Welcome to W COP mostly cloudy cool today This Thursday late day shower possible the high of 48 we're at 43 right now We thank you for taking us along for your morning ride topping the local stories we are looking at for you as we do head into this Thursday to get together this morning We begin with a teen who has found guilty for two sexual assaults locally and two loudon county high schools last year He has now learned what's next in his life and it includes an out of the ordinary ruling apparently by the judge in the case Here in loudon county juvenile court judge Pamela Brooks sent the now 15 year old to a locked residential treatment facility until he's 18 and she took a step she's never done before She agreed with a prosecution request that the team be required to register as a sex offender Before the judge's ruling the tin apologized to both victims and their families he promised the judge he'd never do this again The judge said when he comes out of the juvenile facility she hopes that he's a healthy functioning individual It lays Berg Neil on stain WT news Meantime loudon county public schools have updated their guidance regarding COVID quarantining They say this week a student who is identified as a close contact of a COVID infected person will have to quarantine for at least 5 days But the student may remain in school if parents provide proof of a COVID vaccination for kids 5 to 17 or proof of a booster for kids 18 and older Students who have had contact with COVID within the last 90 days can also remain in class those who must quarantine will have to stay masked for at least 5 days after their return to class In person classes mean time are set to resume locally in prince George's county public schools next week after a few weeks of virtual learning prompted by a flurry of COVID cases All students.

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Prosecution rests case against Kim Potter in Wright death

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

Prosecution rests case against Kim Potter in Wright death

"Prosecutors prosecutors rested rested their their case case against against Kim Kim potter potter the the Minnesota Minnesota police police officer officer charged charged in in the the shooting shooting death death of of black black motorist motorist Dante Dante Wright Wright state state press press prosecutors prosecutors wrapped wrapped up up their their week week long long case case Thursday Thursday morning morning and and now now Kim Kim ponders ponders defense defense attorneys attorneys out out there there turn turn starting starting with with character character witnesses witnesses she she has has said said she she meant meant to to draw draw her her taser taser instead instead of of her her handgun handgun while while attempting attempting to to stop stop right right from from driving driving away away during during an an arrest arrest yesterday yesterday jurors jurors heard heard from from law law professor professor says says Stockton Stockton a a use use of of force force expert expert who who also also testified testified at at the the direct direct open open trial trial the the use use of of force force was was apparently apparently excessive excessive and and inappropriate inappropriate in in cross cross examination examination the the defense defense got got star star on on to to agree agree that that right right would would not not have have been been shot shot if if he he had had tried tried to to get get away away I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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France races to identify suspect in Saudi journalist's death

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

France races to identify suspect in Saudi journalist's death

"French French authorities authorities are are racing racing to to verify verify the the identity identity of of a a suspect suspect in in the the twenty twenty eighteen eighteen killing killing of of sounded sounded young young this this Jamal Jamal Khashoggi Khashoggi who's who's been been arrested arrested that's that's an an apple apple near near Paris Paris a a judicial judicial official official has has told told the the AP AP that that the the suspect suspect can can be be held held until until Thursday Thursday morning morning forty forty eight eight hours hours after after he he was was detained detained on on a a twenty twenty nineteen nineteen Turkish Turkish arrest arrest warrant warrant French French radio radio network network RTL RTL says says a a Saudi Saudi national national name name how how do do I I need need to to tie tie UP UP was was arrested arrested Tuesday Tuesday as as he he was was trying trying to to board board a a flight flight from from Paris Paris to to Riyadh Riyadh however however the the Saudi Saudi embassy embassy in in Paris Paris says says the the arrested arrested man man has has nothing nothing to to do do with with the the case case in in question question on on the the specs specs his his immediate immediate release release I'll I'll tell tell you you B. B. was was one one of of over over a a dozen dozen Saudi Saudi officials officials sanctioned sanctioned by by the the US US treasury treasury in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen over over the the because because sure sure she's she's slaying slaying I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma

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NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:44 min | 5 months ago

NYC Man Out on Bail Reform, Brutally Beats 2 Women in 'Violent, Unprovoked' Attacks Then Released Again

"We're witnessing a country that is on the brink. And instead of worrying about, I'm reading about a 23 year old punk monster coward. 23 year old piece of excrement named Daryl Johnson. Listen to this story from the New York Post. A man charged with beating a guy last year was dumped back onto the street thanks to so called bail reform, only to allegedly pummel two women on the upper west side Thursday and be freed again. Daryl Johnson left one of his random female victims show brutally beaten that she suffered a quote disfiguring laceration to her face. Law enforcement sources told the New York Post yesterday. Now this guy has more than a dozen arrests. He was hit with assault and harassment charges when he beat the man. In August of 2020, he allegedly punched his victim about the face with a closed fist multiple times, then he used his feet to kick and stomp the man. But a judge had to release him without any bail. Because none of the charges were eligible for incarceration under revamped state laws. Then, with that case, still pending. This evil monster went up to a 50 year old woman at Broadway and west 79th in Manhattan around 9 20 a.m. Thursday morning. A beat her in a violent, unprovoked attack. This woman was literally scarred for life. She has a disfiguring scar now on her face. Three minutes later, the guy assaulted another woman, a block away, police say. In that incident, he walked up to a 32 year old woman on west 80th street. Pounding her in the face. Both women, women, were taken to saint Luke's hospital. In court, now brace yourself. Sit down if you're standing. Manhattan prosecutors recommended that this guy be released. A request, the judge

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Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Michigan moves to 2nd in CFP rankings; coachless Irish 6th

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm guessing guessing Coolbaugh Coolbaugh for for the the first first time time in in twenty twenty six six and and a a half half years years Major Major League League Baseball Baseball is is facing facing a a work work stoppage stoppage the the league's league's previous previous collective collective bargaining bargaining agreement agreement set set into into place place in in two two thousand thousand sixteen sixteen expired expired at at eleven eleven fifty fifty nine nine on on Wednesday Wednesday night night M. M. L. L. B. B. negotiators negotiators left left the the players players unions unions hotel hotel about about nine nine hours hours before before the the deal deal was was set set to to expire expire and and the the players players union union confirmed confirmed the the lock lock out out early early Thursday Thursday morning morning prior prior to to the the deadline deadline major major league league teams teams committed committed to to over over one one billion billion dollars dollars in in salaries salaries in in one one day day for for the the first first time time ever ever the the Rangers Rangers finalize finalize deals deals with with infielders infielders Corey Corey Seager Seager and and Marcus Marcus Semien Semien worth worth a a combined combined five five hundred hundred million million hobby hobby by by is is is is headed headed to to the the Tigers Tigers for for a a hundred hundred forty forty million million while while Max Max Scherzer Scherzer received received a a hundred hundred thirty thirty million million to to join join the the Mets Mets in in college college football football Notre Notre Dame Dame is is working working on on a a deal deal to to promote promote defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Marcus Marcus Freeman Freeman to to fill fill its its head head coaching coaching vacancy vacancy according according to to an an AP AP source source Freeman Freeman would would replace replace Brian Brian Kelly Kelly who who left left after after twelve twelve seasons seasons to to become become the the next next coach coach at at LSU LSU Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh AP AP sports sports

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San Francisco Will Require Children to Show Proof of Vaccine

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:42 min | 6 months ago

San Francisco Will Require Children to Show Proof of Vaccine

"San Francisco is going to manned a 5 to 11 year olds have the vaccine to participate in society one Twitter user wrote Thursday morning, in response to the mandate announced Tuesday. Our parents are going to have to carry birth certificates with them, to restaurants and grocery stores to prove their four year olds are ineligible. According to the latest data this is from daily mail, which has both left wing and non left wing articles. They have so many writers that that's what it is with me. They're the left wing writers write about me in the daily mail. According to the latest data from the CDC fewer than 700 Americans under the age of 18 have died from the virus. Since recording began in April 2020. Only 206 of them being under the age of 5. It's not a lot. And I'm not even sure I'd like to know about the 700 under 18. I would really like to know, did they die of COVID or with COVID? By the way, I'd like to know that about all the numbers the 750,000 did they die? With COVID, which or of COVID? It's a very different thing, right? Very different. The COVID kill them or did something else kill them and they also had COVID, and the answer is the latter. We know that. Because, first of all, the medical profession has been corrupted. I will have for you on Monday. I will have read an 8000 word. That's a lot of words for a piece. At real clear investigations about what's happened to the medical

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Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 7 months ago

Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden and the Democrats have the framework for their sweeping domestic policy package after a trip to Capitol Hill Thursday morning before he departed for Europe president Joe Biden announced we have a framework for my build back better initiative the president wanted a deal on his signature domestic spending plan in hand before flying to Europe for global summits but after months of internal haggling among Democrats votes still aren't locked down still representative for Mila giant Paul who heads the progressive caucus says if it's true that there's a ninety percent of the legislation that's written then we should be able to get the other ten percent written in the next couple of days the revised domestic package no longer includes paid family leave at the fix on prescription drug pricing but other priorities such as free pre kindergarten and expanded health care programs are still in the mix Mike

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Biden Court Pick Says Brett Kavanaugh Is ‘Morally Bankrupt’

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Biden Court Pick Says Brett Kavanaugh Is ‘Morally Bankrupt’

"Welcome back america. I'm hugh hewitt. Thank you for joining me. On this thursday morning senator. Tom cotton from arkansas. Is my guest. Good morning senator. Thank you for joining me. Good morning to you. It's good to be on with you as always. I've got a lot of things to covering begin. Perhaps counter intuitively with your on the senate judiciary committee. I played part of your questioning of the nominee jennifer sung the night circuit. I would not vote to confirm anyone who signs such a letter. Will you know of course not huge. Jennifer song is a far left lawyer who signed a letter the day after brett cabinet. I was nominated. I think she called him intellectually and morally bankrupt and predicted that people will die if he's confirmed Look i'm saying disagreeing with kavanagh's rulings. When he was a judge now justice. I disagreed with the here and there as well Disagreed much. every justice's rulings here and there. So i'm a lot more than others. Obviously but i'm not aware why you probably morally bankrupt and it is sung obviously couldn't predict the person or the person who has died in the last three years we vertibrak break capping off to the court. I gotta say no. That's just the tip of the iceberg. The by the ministration has nominated dozens. Maybe hundreds of people whose twitter feed. Show them to be totally unhinged. I i mean they really went off the deep end in the trump or some people that i genuinely respected from the obama era. Maybe i didn't agree with them all the time. But i thought especially in the world of national security. They were responsible sensible sober-minded professionals even if we had our disagreements here and there about say how to confront isis or What our policy iraq was. And then you look at me. Twitter speeds. When i come back in front of us to be confirmed this time around. And they sound like crazy people ranting in the

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The Latest on The Missing Case of Gabby Petito

We Saw the Devil

02:37 min | 8 months ago

The Latest on The Missing Case of Gabby Petito

"Thursday at noon eastern time guys again thursday at noon eastern time. Today the northport florida police department will be holding a press conference. There are multiple expected speakers and this includes the northport police chief todd garrison a representative of the fbi as well as a member of gaby's family were unsure if it is her mother or father that will be televised live and i assume they will be providing an update Like a status update on this case. Secondly as you'll hear in this episode there was a domestic dispute call that was made in moab utah on august twelfth. While gabby and bryan were making their trip. At the time of the recording there was no contacts no further information. All anyone knew that there wasn't a domestic dispute. I highly suggest if you were interested in this case you join the facebook group find gabby otherwise i will be posting the actual report on all of our social media channels as well. The context with the support is actually very very very important because when you hear domestic disturbance you pretty much usually think of one or two things right so basically what happened is on august twelfth. A police officer responded to domestic hall. Apparently someone witnessed a young couple fighting. They reported a man taking a woman by the mouth and pushing her. Obviously that was enough to warrant a phone call to the police right. The police pull over the van. Brian was driving. Gabby was in the passenger seat and she was very very upset and crying. I will let you read the full report by basically. Both gabby and brian agreed. That gabby was having mental health issues. They got into an argument. There trip had been straining their relationship. They were starting to have issues and she was scratching him She had slapped him grabbed him and he apparently pushed her away. That is the story that they both maintained. The officer arrived separated them. They maintain the same story He decided to de-escalate. Brian ended up staying in a hotel with police assistance. That evening gabby state in the van. They separated them for the evening and then they got back together and by all accounts they went on their way but again i will post this police report for that. It has finally been made. Public is definitely worth reading. And i don't think it's quite what any of us expected. But as of right now a little after midnight on thursday morning That is at so check out. The police report from the domestic call on august twelfth and then also to later this afternoon at noon eastern time there will be a press conference with a status update on this

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The Return of Cristiano Ronaldo

ESPN FC

01:40 min | 8 months ago

The Return of Cristiano Ronaldo

"Today. We record this on thursday morning. Is the excitement building up in manchester for the return of christiana really is you. I think i think it was kind of unexpected deal when it happened and the got really excited that i think the excitement remainders. There's a bit of a frenzy of people by without those shirts and you know senior rinaldo songs. I think i think it's gonna be. It's gonna be quiet a case on saturday you know. I think he'll play. And i think that the reception be something very different events seen before when he came out with real madrid thirteen in the united by the big thing about the so-called magnificent seven. I think realized that one starts away. Have to deliver on the pitch. And you know that's the main thing is. It's not what the reception is. And i think he's all over and out on the page. We save a riding in his lamborghini. Any we saw him talking with oscar as well. I'm not sure really where they were. Maybe they had a coffee before you. Are you excited. And and what do you make of him coming to them. I'm not quite so excited. Because i've seen renowned play for the last two or three events different so i know exactly what he can bring what he can't bring. I'm looking forward to seeing in play for months united. I'm looking forward to seeing where they gonna play. And i'm looking forward to seeing how the other plaza just around him. I'm looking forward to same whether he's going to be an. I'll use this word carefully. Selfish selfish player was events or where he's going to be more of a team player manchester united. They're the key questions that everyone is going to be asking. And i would say a lot of manchester united fans haven't watched fee eventers so they don't exactly know what he's going to bring to the team.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 8 months ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on WTOP

"Thursday morning. I'm John Doe Man. I'm Joan Jones. Teddy Gilman is our producer and just ahead the first flight out of Afghanistan to carry American citizens since the US withdrawal is expected to take off today. Also, President Biden will outlined a new strategy to slow the spread of the delta variant of coronavirus. The president's big human infrastructure plan undergoes major number crunching in Congress. I'm Mitchell Miller today on the hill w T o p News time. It's 8 31. We're following breaking developments this morning from Afghanistan. There's word that the Taliban is going to allow between 101 150 Americans to fly from Kabul in the coming hours. A large group of Americans and other Westerners would depart on a flight that had earlier brought humanitarian aid to Afghanistan. There's an expectation that another flight could take off tomorrow. The departure of the Americans is the first since the US completed its last frantic airlift at the end of August. We would also signal that the U. S. Officials have come to an arrangement with the new Taliban leaders. Meantime, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on a trip to Kuwait yesterday, said the Al Qaeda extremist group that used Afghanistan as a staging base to attack the U. S 20 years ago may attempt to regenerate there. Now that the Taliban is back in power. I think you know the nature of Al Qaeda and Isis K is that you know they will always attempt to to find space to grow and regenerate whether it's there. Or whether it's in Somalia. Whether it's in any Any other ungoverned state. The Taliban had provided Al Qaeda with sanctuary while it ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2000 and one Austin says the U. S. Put the Taliban unnoticed not to allow that to happen again. President Biden goes before the nation later today, he'll outline what's being called a robust plan to stop the spread of the delta variant of covid and to boost the nation's vaccinations. As the Delta variant continues its march deaths per day are back to March levels. And in some places at the highest levels of the pandemic. The jump has been breathtaking. The US recorded some 400,000 Covid 19 cases in all of June. It took all of three days last week to reach the same number. Nearly 27,000 Americans died for the virus just last month. The death toll stands above 650,000 saga or Megane at the White House. The president is scheduled to speak at five this evening. You can watch it live at w t o p dot com. Meantime, has committees are hammering out details related to President Biden's $3.5 Trillion spending plan. The latest from W. T. O P S. Mitchell Miller today on the Hill. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi wants the committees to complete their legislative work on the massive spending plan within the next week as negotiations continue. This is a sort of compressed challenge. Because people need help right away. Congress must also address raising the debt ceiling soon. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has warned that the U. S could default on its debt next month. Pelosi says the debt ceiling will not be part of the budget reconciliation bill, and she notes, Democrats voted to raise it under former President Trump. I would hope that the Republicans would act in a similarly responsible way. As for the flurry of legislative action that will need to be addressed in the coming weeks, we will get the.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on WHUR-FM

WHUR-FM

01:45 min | 8 months ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on WHUR-FM

"Thursday morning, everyone. Here's the check of the stories topping the news this hour. While President Biden is getting set to announce a new six point strategy to battle the Delta variant, it comes as the nation's covid death right now averages more than 1500 weekly. Well. Maryland governor Larry Hogan is pushing ahead to get seniors and those with compromised immune systems in his state. Their third dose of the Covid booster shot. The federal booster program still needs FDA and CDC approval. New fencing is going up around the capital again. It comes as a rally is planned for next week and supported those charged in the January six capital Insurrection. Police are also planning to beef up security. That is a check of what's topping the news this hour Coming up at 7 25 details on another You've shot in D. C. Your Friday eve of forecast, while the overnight rains will end this morning with mostly cloudy skies today highs around 75 70, now in downtown D. C. I'm Renee National. Wh You are news time for a check on the roadways with Tony. This check on traffic sponsored by Whole Foods Market. There is an accident reporting on the BW Parkway heading south just before 4 10 near Greenbelt. And there's a disabled vehicle reported on the outer loop of the Beltway just before university Boulevard. Delays begin from 95 at Whole Foods market Get sustainable Wild caught fresh swordfish steaks for 14 99 a pound through September 14th while supplies last, plus prime members get an extra 10% off, See more on the whole foods market app. I'm Tony Thornton with traffic for the Steve Harvey Morning Show. 96.3 W Wait. You are all the role to 50 years of sounding like Washington. Tito's handmade vodka is reconnecting D. C. Neighborhoods.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 8 months ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on WTOP

"You can build a defense that starts with them. Visit proofpoint dot com slash public sector. W T o p 0203 Thursday morning. September 9th 2021 flooding concerns as we head into this overnight early morning, spotty lingering showers out there low in the sixties by daybreak. 76 in our nation's capital now, Dean line we do indeed. Thank you for taking us along for your Thursday morning ride this two a.m.. Our parts of the area have been pummeled since late last night by strong thunderstorms. It's gonna live update now from Storm Team four's on. Some are Theodore this morning. And unfortunately we're continuing to see heavy rain hit areas that were already hit earlier right now in the immediate Washington, D. C. Metro areas, some light Sprinkles and light showers, But we just had right up the road along to 70 in a German town. We've got heavy rain that way. I 70 where it meets to 70 and Frederick also seeing very heavy rain once again in some of these showers and thunderstorms. This line extends back into Winchester along I 81 into parts of northern for care. And the thing is, it's going to continue to stream moisture along the line as it pulls to the Northeast, which means areas like Frederick Louden County, who's seen rain earlier. Could continue to see rain through at least 67 o'clock this morning in this line continues to pull towards the east, eventually impacting the I 95 corridor. As we head through the top of your Thursday, The biggest threat with these storms and heavy showers are is flash flooding. A flash flood watches in effect until four AM so please be careful out on the Rose as we watch for that I'll have a look at your full forecast coming up in a moment, and we're at 76 degrees and holding in our nation's capital right now, 205 on your Thursday morning now to the end of Virginia's biggest monument to the Confederacy. After 131 years, the long shadow of Robert E. Lee's iconic statue No longer falls across Richmond's Monument Avenue this morning is being made in our city, and I'm here with my mom and my little baby. Three generations of this family watch the statue coming down, even though they never talked much about its significance. His grandmother said that she'd been taught to mind her business when it came to the statues, Same.

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Tropical Storm Mindy Forms in Gulf Near Florida Panhandle

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Tropical Storm Mindy Forms in Gulf Near Florida Panhandle

"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting tropical storm Mindy has formed in the Gulf of Mexico near the Florida panhandle forecasters have issued a tropical storm warning for part of the Florida panhandle for tropical storm Mindy Mindy developed into a tropical storm Wednesday in the northeast Gulf of Mexico the national hurricane center says Mindy could cause as much as six inches of rainfall across the Florida panhandle and portions of southern Georgia and South Carolina through Thursday morning scattered flash urban and small stream floods are possible hi Mike Rossio

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How the US Government Hid the Truth About Afghanistan

The Diane Rehm Show

01:53 min | 9 months ago

How the US Government Hid the Truth About Afghanistan

"America's long as war comes to a close after twenty years. The united states has finally pulled out a bath kenniston but it was not the orderly withdrawal president biden had to hope for that takeover by the taliban the chaos at the airport the isis k. Attack that killed both the afghans and you as servicemembers letting americans in shock matinee asking. How could this happen. Craig quit his hand investigated for the washington post and author of the new book. The afghanistan papers a secret history. The war in he recounts how afghanistan became such a quagmire. And the hell. The american government misled the public about this situation on the ground. Craig join me. Thursday morning craig. The war in afghanistan is now officially over. Many americans were so shocked at what happened. It was in the orderly exit. Everyone expected why was there. Such a disconnect between what we thought was going to happen and what actually happened well. That's a really good question. It may take some time to sort out but in terms of the binding administration. You know the clearly thought that the afghan government would be able to remain in power in kabul for at least a few months and they were expecting that they'd be able to hang on and there'd be a longer transient transition period.

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Manchester City in Talks to Sign Ronaldo From Juventus

ESPN FC

02:08 min | 9 months ago

Manchester City in Talks to Sign Ronaldo From Juventus

"Is a lot of news about cristiano. Ronaldo leaving eventers. Tell us gap salacious ball k. This morning george benders cristianos agent went to see you this. He told them that he He had personal terms in place with with manchester city. They were higher than than i anticipated. And he's willing to take the contract. There's talk of a two year deal The problem is city Event is saying well. We're not going to let them go on a free. That's very very clear. You've of course losing something like three hundred more than three hundred million over two years. They wanna get a feedback and city thus far is taping. This have yet to make a bid. You expect a bid on friday from manchester city and that is they expect to be right around thirty million euros and if that happens think he's john. Ronaldo will be free to go. We'll it'd be free to go to city because that is obviously the big question mark because at the same time there's this massive bid from around madrid second bid for killian bobby and l'equipe a reporting this time. Perry senator man are willing to enter negotiations with real madrid. Doesn't mean they're going to take this huge bid it may require another bid but they are willing to at least talk to them at least according to the keep and the other detail and all this which i don't think we can ignore is after meeting with uganda's on thursday morning george mendes jumped on his chartered plane and didn't fly to manchester. He sued to perry spent the afternoon in paris. Obviously parsons you're coming out quite clearly in saying we don't want john renaldo. He's not in our plans. We're going to stick with him up. You wonder though if imbaba goes could that be an alternate destination. Could it be more appealing. Christiano to move to power senator man. If if it's the biggest. And bob

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:48 min | 11 months ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KOMO

"On this Thursday morning. It's 23 minutes after the hour. Kevin Carr is joining us now with something that boy I don't know if it's real or not, but it's something very interesting to talk about. Call the amusement park. On the shutter streaming service. Good morning, Kevin. Good morning, Michael. I'm a little couple days late on this because it's been on shutter for a few days, and I wanted to highlight it because it's a real interesting. Tidbit of cinematic history of most people are familiar with the filmmaker George Romero for night of the Living, Dead and Day of the Dead, and he directed Creepshow and Monkeyshines. He was a well known horror movie director. And back in the early seventies, he had done this film called the Amusement Park that people forgot about it. It was lost. It was a one of those famous lost films, and then somebody found it and brought it back. What had happened was George Romero was commissioned by of all people, the Lutheran Society of Pittsburgh to do a movie that that that would serve as like a public service announcement about ageism and elder abuse. So that's a story about this guy is sort of this. Uh, He's an older man, and it's the sort of surreal nightmare where he goes, is him into this amusement park, and he's facing The strange things that happen as you get older and the discrimination and the people trying to take advantage of them, and it's about an hour long and it was so unsettling to the people who he made it for that they just Never released that are never did anything with it. And now it's available. So here it is, You know, Gosh, almost 50 years later showing up as this weird little tidbit of Horror cinema, and it's a neat little movie. It still has the message to it. But, yeah, this is one of the things that that was that George Romero did when he wanted to make a pizza. All right, Well, I don't I don't know how to. I don't know if you can write this in any kind of normal weight because I don't know. Can you read it as a film or rated as a museum piece? That's a good That's a good question. I think I'm just going to cut a Straddle those two those two lines and say, I'm just going to give it a three out of five. What Merry go rounds, maybe so. Three out of five. Merry go rounds for the amusement park on shutter which has got to d s s h u d d e r And you can see some movie making that nobody seems since since the early seventies. Thank you so much, Kevin. Thank you. And for calendar watchers, This is the 17th day of June as first light flashback is set to take us back to this day in 1962. To golf legends are dueling it out for one of the sport's biggest prizes. Jack Nicklaus,.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"David Amy on the Thursday morning here on K. L I f. I was sitting with my daughter yesterday and she said Eric Carl died and I said, Oh, no, You told me that this morning and I said Who and my husband did the same thing. He said. Who? Really? He wrote the very hungry caterpillar the Children's book. What the Very Hungry Caterpillar Never heard of. Really. I'm sorry he died. Don't get me wrong. I just never heard round there, Brown there. What do you see? Okay, Those are staples in my kid's childhood. Kidding. I read those books. Thousands of times with them into them. No see, I might be. I might be, uh, prone to saying Well, that's because you're the mom and you're probably more likely to read your Children than the father. No, no, no, no. My husband read. No, I'm going to say I'm going to say that wouldn't be true in my case for sure, because I did. Was a single parent. So I was always reading to him. I guess we all had our favorite books to read, I guess. He was 91. And politicians like George W. Bush and Hillary Clinton were known to read the very hungry caterpillar to Children on the campaign trail. Been translated into 60 languages sold. Some 40 million copies was written in 1969, which is the same year you were born, so they could have been read to you. I don't remember it being read to me, but Caterpillar is a book of Hope. Saying You can grow up and grow wings to I could never write a Children's book. It seems like the the The simplest thing in the world were Ari. When I said to you the name of one of his books was Brown Bear Brown Bear. What do you see? We already wrote that line 10 different ways. I know because it would go. I would go. No, wait a minute. Brown Bear brown bear. What do you see? Maybe that should be brown bear. Do you see anything? Brown bear brown bear, if do you if you see anything what? What is it? I can't I don't know. I'm looking for the hook. You know, I will. Why am I saying Brown bear twice? Why am I addressing the brown bear? Brown bear? Yeah. What are you looking at, right? See it just it's it is, uh, It is deceptively Difficult, deceptively simple, but it's been a very difficult thing to write Kids books, I think All right. The Central Park Karen, remember her? Her name really is and Karen. It's really Amy Cooper. I don't usually have toe take up for my Long ago. Ex wife But I'm getting a frankly I'm getting a little people on behalf of name is carry on behalf of all people named Karen. Why do you have to pick on them? Don't mean you, but you know why do we have to do this? Any rate we are in the Manhattan federal suit, Amy Cooper accuses her former employer of perpetuating her image is a privileged white female. Karen. I guess that's in the lawsuit by making public statements that it had her fired after conducting an investigation. Of never went to her video went viral and may have 2020. She was seen yelling at Burger Christian Cooper and calling police to claim an African American man was threatening her walking her dog in Central Park. Yeah. What was he doing? He was feeding birds or something. Hirsute argues that she did not call the cops on Christian because she is racist, but rather because the overzealous birdwatcher selected her as a target in a feud between bird and dog lovers. Can you believe that? This is it turned into a thing. I mean, it turned you into a thing because she lost her job, and now she has probably no income. I don't It turned into a thing guys feeding birds. She has a problem with it. She's probably a little bit of a racist, at least considering how she reported this whole thing. Then it goes viral. Being charged by the Manhattan D a last summer with falsely reporting an incident in the third degree. Everybody named Karen is getting what a mess getting. Oh, because some guy was watching birds and she was walking her dog exactly. Well. Could be could be worse could be a story out of What Yeah, that's where I'm going. Okay? Could be a story out of the White House because the White House has always, uh, perking with percolating with good stories and price of President Biden is getting more pressure to investigate the origins of covert 19 did it originated in the lab or naturally joining us now with details as Fox's Rachel Sutherland? Morning, Rachel. Hey, morning dating David. Yeah, person by this order in U. S intelligence agencies to redouble their efforts and getting to the bottom of the origins of 7 19 years, giving them 90 days to report back And this is as the lab very games traction again. You know you're go with India posted something that On social media. It would've been your fact checked, so it's interesting how things have just turned around. Yeah, and why have they turned around? What was what was the impetus for that? Well, look, I mean, Dr Fauci made some comments and that he said he didn't rule out. The last leak recently. And so, with that, and divide administration, reportedly yesterday it was a quick turn of events there was reporting that box is confirmed that they had ended a Trump State Department investigation into the idea of this came from the lab and then by the data, you have the president ordering the intelligence community to look into it so that the State Department investigation, they said. They pulled the plug on that over quality. Concerns, but it certainly did really raise a lot of eyebrows. So how long is this investigation going to take? And where we're gonna have the report? Yeah, he says 90 days to report back. But my concern is that other people may feel the same is that they'll get the report and then maybe some of it will be redacted. Or maybe we will know the bottom line conclusions you would think with 17 intelligence agencies. I mean, we spy that's what we do. Why would it take this long, long ready could be able to find out something. We know that China has been really okay about all this, but I would imagine we have the best guys in the world on could come up with some kind of notion as to what happened. The question is to is when the reports delivered depending on how much say public What will the responsibility if it's found to be natural? Okay, if it's not, and it did escape from the lab. And what's the next move in the game of chess here? Yeah. What difference does it make? Really? I mean, I understand why, and I understand why everybody wants to know. And I want to go to and you know, hopefully just being able to point a finger at somebody and saying Are you did this whether it was intentional or not? Maybe that prevents it from happening Next time is that is the U. S still giving that lab money? That is an excellent question, Navy and, uh, you know, if I had Dr Fauci in front of me, I would definitely ask those watching it. Ah, hearing yesterday in the Senate over this, and he said he descended, giving the money to the institute. Text of the viral key there in Luhan. Um But he said that it was not for gain of function. Research was basically you know Pussy's viruses on steroids in that he trusted the Chinese researchers who said that they were not doing that research and Senator John Kennedy asked him Well, could it be that they lied? And he said he couldn't rule it out. But he didn't believe that they did. So again. Uh, yeah, a little more information trickling out all the time. And But, yeah, That's me, saying that he didn't believe that they live in that instance. Right? Rachel Sutherland. Thank you. Rachel Appreciate it. Coming up in 6 40 this morning is the White House too liberal. Well, I guess that's going to depend on who you ask isn't exactly also a McDonald's restaurant in Illinois is getting very creative and trying to hire new workers. Look at the extent to which is to get Tony out there, so it's pretty good to me. 6 25 right now the whole day coming up 6 40 Right now We've got traffic.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Thursday morning. America's first news continues on the 13 Today of May New this morning. A man suspected of shooting three bystanders in New York Times in New York's Times Square, was arrested Wednesday in Florida. Days after the gunfire wounded people, including a four year old girl out shopping in the tourist haven, and that's where the suspect was apparently selling CDs that, according to NYPD chief of detectives James and Zig, he said that the suspect was arrested this week while eating lunch in a parking lot. Earlier today, members of the United States Marshal's office apprehended Faruq and Mohammed and McDonald's parking lot and stock Florida just outside of Jacksonville. Mr Mohammed was with the female who we believed to be his girlfriend, and he was taken into custody without incident working with our partners in the fugitive task force. We located him at eight. Oh, two South Walnut Street. A McDonald's parking lot way believe a woman who was his girlfriend was driving the auto. There's no motive. For shooting, pulling out a gun and shooting anywhere in New York City. We believe that off purpose in our victim, our CD vendor sell us in the area. But that does not excuse anything with the investigation into the motive is still going. It's an ongoing investigation with gun has not been recovered. Yet. We're still anybody has information on that way. Hope hope the public will reach out and help us again. But Sit ongoing investigation.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You wake up on Thursday morning. Are you one of those people who says to yourself? Thank goodness Friday is just around the corner. Do you look at today as Friday Eve Is Thursday. A positive thing or are you one of those people who wakes up and says God bless America? It's not Friday yet. Just curious. Maybe I'll put that on Twitter at JJ. Okay, if I I like knowing like knowing what you're all thinking in the mornings My little way to get to know you better Are we a glass half full kind of crew, or are we a glass half empty kind of crew. That's what I want to know. Because they feel like we're a little club here in the early morning hours. Welcome to your wake up call. I want to know you. I'm Jennifer Jones. Lee. Some of the stories we're watching in the KO Phi 24 hour news room. Kids in L. A county can now get the cove in 19 vaccine L. A City council is looking at making alfresco outdoor dining a permanent thing. And firefighters say they have stopped the progress of a brush fire near Palmdale 505. We'll talk with a B C's Georgiana Miller in Jerusalem, Israel pushed ahead with a strong military offensive in the Gaza Strip, killing as many as 10, senior Hamas military officials. I want to know what the situation is like this morning. That was what I knew as of last night. Is there an exit strategy out of this? How long does this violence go on and what is expected from the US? We know that the president made some comments yesterday and those comments I wanna know about how they're being received in In Jerusalem in Israel. How does Hamas look at them? All of that will talk about with Georgiana in just a few minutes, But let's start with some of these stories coming out of the cave. If I 24 hour news room kids in L. A county can get the cove in 19 vaccine. All the county operated sites could now administer the vaccine to those 12 to 17 years old. Yesterday, the CDC affirmed the FDA is emergency use of the finds a vaccine for Children. 12 to 15 years old. Children should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. In present, a photo I d and verification of age, county health officials say..

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"On a Thursday morning Fox 31 pinpoint whether currently, 41 will hit a high in the Low seventy's today. Low eighties tomorrow, but rain for your mother's day right now on Colorado's Morning news after nearly nearly a year after she went missing the husband of chief he counties Suzanne Moore fuse going to face a judge this morning in connection with the case. Very morph You arrested yesterday Morning and punches Springs Sheriff John Speakeasy says has been a comprehensive investigation. We've executed more than 135 search warrants. Across Colorado. We've interviewed more than 400. Individuals in multiple states. Very morph. You arrested on multiple charges, including first degree murder. D A. Linda Stanley is keeping the rest of the case under wraps. For now, very more. Few is presumed innocent until proven guilty. That's important to remember. Heard the arrest affidavit is sealed at this time. I cannot and will not discuss it. More fuse body has not been found. But Stanley believes there is probable cause for charges. In other news signs of life and downtown Denver A new campaign called Denver's Ready is meant to encourage businesses. They have their employees return to the office businesses here in downtown. Already, so welcome back their employees and customers and get back up and running. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock campaign organizer say they've already been hard at work to ensure safety of those working, living and visiting downtown. The mayor expects of vibrant area when the MLB all Star Game rolls into town this summer. A key state lawmaker wants to take on the homeless problem in Denver K Away News radio's Chuck Clark. His live with the story. Garrett Flicker great name, by the Way, is the head of the Denver Republican Party and hasn't shied away from hot but Social issues. He needs to get more than 9000 signatures before his new measure can appear on November's ballot. It would ban homeless camping on private property without written permission and allow people to sue the city if homeless camp sites aren't cleaned up within 72 hours of being reported. Trouble is, Denver already has an urban camping band. And then there's the enforcement and all the legal issues. Last week, there was a proposal to pay some homeless individuals, lots of ideas flying out there. We'll see if any work Chuck Clark. Okay away. NewsRadio Governor Pulis backing a new bill to establish the state Department of Early Childhood education and the State Department will govern preschool but also include other early childhood programs to really coordinate the services, he say. It says it's a way to eliminate a duplication of services and keep from wasting taxpayer dollars. Voters overwhelmingly approved Universal pre K last November. That's expected to start by 2023 Theglobe earner. He's been busy is also putting pen to paper on a bill expanding the use of cannabis medicine in schools. That means administrators will have new rules that they consort non smokable treatments on campuses. Staff members will also be able to give out the medicine, which is commonly used to treat things like seizures, staffers can hopped out, but that can't be a blanket school wide policy. Inciting the measure, Polar says, we can finally treat medicines like all others, the bill had broad support in the state legislature. Chad Hoffman care way news radio. Thank you, Chad. In other news this morning, a Colorado Republican lawmaker facing heavy criticism after referring to a colleague as buck wheat that happened during a house session Wednesday morning, Fox 30 one's meant moral controversy at the Colorado capital because as when your safety and it's all about what representative Richard Holt horse said Wednesday I'm getting there. Don't worry about Queen. I'm getting their whole tour for Republican from the southeastern part of the state had just begun Advocating for an amendment he wanted to a bill that would give millions to creative arts, some specifically for underserved communities when he made the controversial comments, that's an endearing term, by the way, it was not endearing to representative Leslie Herod, who was speaking just before him. She tells us whole tour was talking in her direction. But she does not know who he was addressing. In a response to a video of the comment, Herod tweeted, This is what I have to deal with every damn day hashtag on we press. Full torque did not want to talk a lot about what happened Wednesday, but told Fox 31 quote there was always two sides to every story. I was completely disgusted that the use of a black stereotypical character church racist trope was used in our General Assembly. Dr. April. Alexander is an associate professor of psychology at the University of Denver. Who often speaks about racial issues and micro aggressions. She calls this another sign that in 2021 racism still exists in Colorado. All of these things were created as fictional characters that created the stereotypes of the lazy, ignorant African American person members. The house will come back to order after the Statehouse got back to work Wednesday. Hold horse took to the floor again, this time with a different tone. And I apologize if I've offended anybody in any way. It is not my intent. Ladies and gentlemen. Box 30 one's meant more of reporting Caitlyn Jenner already making her pitch to become governor of California. I want to take that same fight the same spirit. Go to Sacramento surround myself with some of the smartest people out there. I am an outsider. I understand that smartest people out there because now I'm gonna raise for solutions. In an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News, Gender, noted how much she loves. The Golden State wants to find solutions to get it going in the right direction. She called herself AH fighter and an outsider, national health experts are making a new prediction on the Corona virus pandemic. U. S. Health officials say Covert 19 cases could drop significantly By the end of July. The Projection stems from a new C D c paper involving six research teams. But the good news comes with a stern warning, with experts claiming that failure to comply with mask mandates and social distancing will stop the progress, noting that hospitalizations and deaths could see a quote, substantial increase. Currently, the U..

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"thursday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Almost there Thursday morning in Boston January sixteenth nine Jeff brown and here are the five things you need to know at five fifteen the Holy Cross community is devastated this morning after a deadly crash in Florida a twenty year old member of the school's rowing team kill many others for a Springfield girls shaken up but otherwise okay this morning after being abducted while walking home from school some of the best food and best news in Boston are about to go away the top of the hub restaurant is closing this spring on Capitol Hill senators will get their first look at the articles of impeachment today the trial against the president expected to begin early next week the Supreme Court with seven baby boomers on board is dealing with a case of age discrimination ABC's unique Han with details of justice Roberts's wondering if the phrase okay boomer qualifies as age discrimination the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments in a two thousand fourteen case Florida resident or a stab alleges a department of Veterans Affairs denied her promotion opportunities because of her age and gender it's not clear from court transcript of bath was called a baby boomer but she used the phrase in a hypothetical example asking what if a manager said okay boomer to an applicant Babs attorney says afraid shows disdain for older Canada it's the ruling will determine how federal workers can claim age bias under the age discrimination in employment act of nineteen sixty seven UT Han ABC news crash at national airport in the pilot of a small helicopter walks away with minor injuries emergency crews called to the airport happened around three o'clock yesterday afternoon to find a small single seat gyro copter crumpled in the grass officials say that aircraft went off the runway flipped over during the landing attempt the pilots taken to a nearby hospital for treatment York man accused of stabbing Jews celebrating Hanukkah will be in court today ABC news correspondent Erin conter ski tells us he'll be arraigned on attempted murder charges Weston Thomas faces six counts of attempted murder in connection with the stabbings in a rabbi's home authorities had it first identified five victims but the indictment returned by a grand jury in Rockland county said Thomas also tried to kill the rabbi's son when he slashed his way through the home with a machete Thomas has pleaded not guilty to federal hate crimes charges that accused him of targeting the rabbis guest last month because of their religious beliefs the defense has raised the possibility Thomas is not mentally fit to stand trial Aron Kader ski ABC news New York former Virginia college teenager accused of dialing in phony threats against unsuspecting victims is going to make an appearance in federal court today CBS news correspondent Jeff the gays says the eighteen year old is considered part of a white supremacist group John Kelly was charged with being part of a right wing groups engaged in swatting calling in fake bomb threats an active shooter reports around the country allegedly targeting African Americans and Jews US attorney Zachary to will occur is prosecuting the case it's a group that the FBI believes is related to white supremacy in November of two thousand eighteen court documents say a member of the group called police to say he had placed three pipe bombs of African American church in Alexandria Virginia and would kill everyone at the church the church was evacuated but it was a hoax Kelly by the way was expelled from Old Dominion shortly after those threats he was also facing unrelated state drug charges as well as five nineteen thirty eight degrees in Boston so we start off a little on the mild side today although some of us are dealing with snow fall this morning others rain showers it'll all move out of here later this morning in the cold air is moving in and we'll take control for days to calm teens for low temperatures tonight we spend an awful lot of money eating out every year one recent study in fact shows Americans will fork over more than three thousand box in restaurants so when you get your meal on the go you want it to be good right but when you're looking for the best you got a head west and look for a take out joints on wheels in San Diego South Park the line of customers to get to those former guys food truck stretches around the corner they don't have an exclusive address or a single Michelin star but according to yelps new list of the top one hundred places to eat in twenty twenty former guys is now the number one restaurant in the country there's even crowd control the food truck that's only been open for eleven months yelp chose Brian Z. does business after you got a perfect five stars in nearly all five hundred online reviews the Iraqi American Jeff serves up to nine hundred plates a day back Piper.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Thursday morning to U. K. way news time six o'clock April and Marty here fox thirty one pinpoint weather jazzed about free freezing right now the current thirty three degrees we'll get up to the mid fifties today on our way to the mid sixties tomorrow our top story here on Colorado's morning news no charges in connection with the fatal officer involved shooting in Colorado springs divine Bailey was killed by officers back in August during a robbery investigation family's attorney talk with our partners at fox thirty one this is why we need to have a civil justice system because the criminal justice system is rigged in favor of police officers service we think this over and over and over again district attorney Dan may disagree saying he sure the grand jury investigation was impartial the grand jury is an absolute independent body this is their investigation this is their report my attorney actually works for the grand jury grand jurors are able to ask any questions they want Rangers are able to subpoena any witnesses they want body camera footage shows Bailey running from officers when they shot him three times in the back and once in the arm CS PD later found a gun in Bailey's plants here in Colorado over residents could find out today who will be the city's new leader yesterday was the deadline for those with ballot issues to get those results currently former congressman Mike Coffman is in the lead in the mayor's race by just a few hundred votes over Omar Montgomery numbers are expected to be posted sometime today but those results still won't be official that's because state law allows until November twenty seventh for them to be certified so far Montgomery has refused to concede chat Hoffman KO a news governor Paul is formally presented his proposed budget to the legislature yesterday his total request thirty four and a half billion dollars that's a two point nine percent increase over the current budget well there is five hundred fifty million dollars allocated for transportation the governor ordered lawmakers tore work with him on a better solution we want to work with you in thinking back on how we can actually solve the deficit we have and an address congestion and traffic in a meaningful way and we look forward to working with members of both sides of the aisle to what to do that the governor's budget also includes a two percent across the board pay raise and a proposal for paid family leave tomorrow the second public hearing in the impeachment inquiry however Capitol Hill still buzzing about yesterday's testimony Texas Republican John Radcliffe asked ambassador Taylor if you cranes presidents Lansky was lying when he said repeatedly that he had no knowledge of US military aid being withheld my time is short I have no reason to doubt what the president said the chairman Adam Schiff a California Democrat made the point to the state department's George can noting the Ukrainian president wouldn't dare cross president trump if you were to contradict president trump directly they would be sophisticated enough to know they may pay a very heavy price with this president were they not that's a fair assessment on Capitol Hill Mike Emanuel fox news we're also getting plenty of reaction from our own congressional delegation Democrat Dinah to get talked to our partners at fox thirty one she compared the proceedings to the Nixon impeachment Americal saw the the hearings and saw the witnesses testified for themselves and were able to judge the credibility of those witnesses that really impacted American cheese.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That Thursday morning news on this eleven the line had new this morning central tropical storm brewing in the Gulf of Mexico presenting double trouble for parts of southeast Louisiana and the possibility that a high Mississippi River will be laughing at the tops of levees this weekend and a danger flash floods like the one that unexpectedly hit New Orleans Wednesday the Gulf of Mexico disturbance that that dumped as much as eight inches of rain in parts of metro New Orleans in just three hours is forecast to strengthen into a tropical storm tonight tropical storm burying possibly a weak hurricane by Friday forecaster said Louisiana could get up to twelve inches by Monday the storm surge at the mouth of the Mississippi could also mean a river that's been running high for months will run even higher Mississippi in Texas are also at risk of attack torrential rains labor secretary Alex the cost is defending his handling of the Jeffrey abstain case saying he tried to avoid a deal allowing the wealthy financier to walk free a cost is a former federal prosecutor being criticized for his part in that secret two thousand a plea deal that let apps dean avoid federal prosecution on charges that he molested young girls fax order form and fax partying for for love this matter started as a state matter as prosecutor initially by the state of Florida and not by the US attorney's office two thousand sixty grand jury convenes by the state of twenty the district attorney of Palm Beach county reviews and recommend it a single charge and that charge would have resulted in no jail time at all no registration is a sexual offender and no restitution to the victim further the state attorney's office allowed at sting to self surrender and it rains him the following morning simply put the Palm Beach state attorney's office was ready to let Eckstine walk free no jail time nothing prosecutors in my former office I found this to be completely unacceptable and they became involved our office became involved our prosecutors is this two thousand eight article recounts presented the ultimatum guilty to more serious charges charges that required jail time registration and restitution or would roll the dice and bring a federal indictment.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:05 min | 3 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"On this Thursday morning with the weekend insight talk about this morning. I it's a little damp, and it'll probably stay that way for a while. We will see a little bit of sun today. But Dan, says he can't rule out the possibility of a pop up shower here or there does look like we're going to have a relatively dry pleasant weekend ahead in dental have more on that coming up in just a couple of minutes. It is going to be a trickier commute now through Branchburg this morning. Maybe for a while a rickety wooden bridge, that was a shortcut link between two oh, two and twenty two is closed and likely to remain closed for a while for years, local officials worried about the condition of the river road bridge. Stay DOT inspectors closed at Wednesday afternoon for safety concerns. What happens now is unknown. It could be repaired replaced or abandoned entirely. As long as they live in New Jersey, or stationed here access accessed any state beach would be completely free for military personnel and veterans under legislation that now has a chance to become law before this summer. It gets into full swing assemblyman, Anthony buco says servicemembers active or retired paid us with sweat, and blood and should not be charged for a beach badge to enjoy the shores. They defended something that we state should give them to honor them for their service. Buco believes his proposed law should get an easy green light from legislators. The Bill applies to state owned beaches as well as state parks and forests Dino flam me on New Jersey, one, oh, one point five news, New Jersey, one on one point five news time, five twenty four. Quick check is being forced to close its store on main street in metal on the owner of the building is refusing to renew the lease. It's a rare closure for the chain, which has been aggressively expanding in New Jersey, chick fillet also expanding with the first location in Morris county, route ten in Morris plains. The newest location has room for one hundred twenty customers outside seating, play area for the kids Chick-fil-A continues to be one of the most popular chains despite some trying to stir up controversy over the owners conservative Christian values. They're known as ghost guns assault rifles that don't have serial numbers virtually untraceable often assembled from kits purchased online. Instead attorney general is now indicted nine alleged members of a Camden County criminal network, supposedly trafficking, these guns along with some drugs and nine all men hail from Camden, and Gloucester counties, and range in age from thirty one to fifty three most were arrested back in March in operation stonewall, which began as a cocaine ring investigation, but brought into include ghost gun transactions when detectives learned of that activity, and the probe also extended over the Delaware to Bensalem Pennsylvania, where investigators say some of the defendants plan to have some of the gun parts shipped to because of new laws in place, as of last November outlawing ghost guns. This is the first time charges have been filed in a traffic. In case under that law. Patrick Lavery, New Jersey, one point five news. New Jersey's first news, five twenty five. We have temperatures this morning, that are in the sixties and seventies, the air is thick with ubiquity and remained so throughout the day today, and we'll see a little bit of rain this morning. That is moving.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Good Thursday morning. America's First News continues on this may second new this morning that God may new kill to students in northern in North Carolina. College classroom didn't appear at target any particular person as they continue looking for a motive. Charlotte Mecklenburg police chief Kerr Putney says twenty two year old tristen Terrell was familiar with the building he entered. But as far as why police don't know yet why he fired he also praised 21-year-old Riley Howell student who lost his life while fighting the gunman. Unfortunately, this is an incident that really strikes a cold with a stall because. We can't really discern. The why GIS yet it really appears that there was no specific person. But. And the randomness is what's most concerning? We know there was some familiarity with that building in particular, I'm beyond that, I can't really get into specific. So the choice of that building was by design wasn't at this point. All I know is the the weapon was purchased. It was a handgun and it was purchased legally legally. Yes to first and foremost hero as far as I'm concerned. And his name. His riley. He was probably the second fatality in the sensitive. Seeing exactly what was going on. Did exactly what we train people to do. Either gonna run you're gonna hide and shield. Are you going to take the fight to the assailant? He's he's an athletic built young, man. And he took the fight to the assailant. So what he did was he took the assailant office feet. And then the here's that we have here way to apprehend from that. But for his work. You say let me not have been Tucson. Unfortunately. He gave us life in the process. But his sacrifice save lives. Terrell. Meanwhile, charged with two counts.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KOMO

"Thursday morning. It's a cold one bundle up. If you're a hitting the bus stop or want to get in line for light rail. Temperatures initially twenties to about thirty eventually though, mid to upper forty s a beautiful mostly sunny afternoon from an accord is to Enumclaw we get Friday, though, increasing clouds increasing chance for rain by the middle of the day along the I five corridor up in the cascades, look, increasingly heavy mountain snow in the foothills combination of Serena and some wet snow too. In the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist, Shannon O'Donnell. Last night. The huskies beat Utah sixty to forty five on Saturday to take on Colorado's at home game left for the huskies this season. Sanders opened their regular season one week from Saturday at home against FC. Cincinnati. Sounds warming up the field turf at CenturyLink last night with a friendly against Nationale from Uruguay shoulders all losing to nil. Mariners play their first game of the spring today against the as down Arizona. The rains in the forecast up in the air. Art Sanders at your home of the huskies. Komo news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Twenty four seven with the northwest Conelly, all news station. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven and streaming live at komonews dot com. This is KOMO news. Seattle. The tunnel is open, but traffic is still congested. Get KOMO AAA traffic alerts every ten minutes on the fours. Breaking traffic news as it happens. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven individuals.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Your Thursday morning. Matter of fact, they're forcing the closure of some of our schools and offices in our area. Also, some delays starting time for some others. Some of those making the decision tonight include DPS, I just got off the phone. It looks like all classes at Denver public schools have been cancelled Thursday morning at included. According to a spokesperson Ingram. School district. Also, canceling all of its classes Thursday due to weather conditions. The cherry creek school district elementary schools will be on a one hour delay while middle school in high school across the cherry creek will be on a ninety minute delay Littleton public schools will be on a two hour delay due the current weather conditions, and if you're headed to do some work or maybe do some business at the government offices at arapahoe county. There are going to be on a delay. Opening their offices Thursday until about ten o'clock Thursday morning. You're also gonna find some other closures and some delays. Colorado's morning news. We'll be sharing those additional closures all morning long, including some updated, traffic and weather information for us. Well, starting at five AM governor police today clearing the way for teachers in Colorado's largest school district to go on strike as soon as well Monday next week police deciding Wednesday, not intervene in a pay dispute between Denver's public school district and the Denver classroom teachers association this presents an eleventh hour opportunity over the next few days. As for both sides to close the gap on these very limited remaining issues. Governor police estimating that they strike would cost nearly a half a million dollars a day every day. Teachers aren't at work represents money. They can't go towards education salaries during a press conference Wednesday afternoon DPS superintendent Susannah Cordova saying that she was very motivated to reach a deal with the teachers union ahead of Monday. Additional three million dollars on the table to help close that gap. You know, we are very committed to both increasing base salaries for teachers as well as ensuring that we are at hearing to the language of procomp DC TA president Henry Roma saying that the teachers union will remain open to good shading, but are prepared to exercise their right to strike if necessary power hope is that in the next.

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"thursday morning" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"thursday morning" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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