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U.S. Has Deadliest Coronavirus Day on Record: 1,800+ Lost

America in the Morning

01:06 min | 3 months ago

U.S. Has Deadliest Coronavirus Day on Record: 1,800+ Lost

"Grim milestone in the fight against covert nineteen the U. S. recorded nearly eighteen hundred deaths yesterday the most in any one day for a single country so far nearly four hundred thousand infections across the country ABC's Tom llamas in what's still the epicenter New York City more evidence the battle against corona virus is far from over New York dealing with its highest single day spike in deaths seven hundred thirty one lives lost to cope with nineteen the city alone losing more than four thousand people that's more than perished in the World Trade Center attack at ABC's Erica Turkey says other states like Michigan are also struggling to keep up Dr Nick Gilpin at Beaumont health in Detroit is in the thick of it it's a blur it feels like it happened incredibly fast Michigan's infection rate has been steadily climbing it came on so hard and so fast I don't know that any level of preparedness would have necessarily been enough for something this ferocious his biggest concern now is for the staff that's the thing that frankly keeps me up at night fifteen hundred employees in his hospital system have symptoms and there aren't enough test for all of them

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ABC News to bolster streaming service with live programming

Michael Medved

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

ABC News to bolster streaming service with live programming

"ABC news will boost its streaming service with the belief that these products will change the news business over the next decade the network says it will hire some fifty journalists that sign correspondence linsey Davis and Tom llamas the online leadership roles and increase the number of hours of live programming with the goal of becoming a round the clock service within

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Employees who were accused of spying for Saudi Arabia ABC's Erin to Turkey says according to the complaint the Saudi government recruited the employees to gather the private data of thousands of critics of the Gaza certainly likes to crack down on critics just look at what happened to former Washington post columnist Jamal for shogi who was killed inside the embassy of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul according to prosecutors these former Twitter employees Ali also borrow and often oblong will access more than six thousand accounts of Saudi critics is that the government didn't have any immediate comment but Twitter says it cooperated with the investigation president trump is rallying voters in Louisiana ahead of the November sixteenth governor selection there early voting is already under way and I think I'm coming back here on Thursday you believe it of doing it president trump is campaigning for Republican any responding who's trying to unseat democratic governor John bel Edwards we're learning more about what testimony house impeachment investigators are heard behind closed doors the deposition transcript from bill Taylor says Taylor understood security assistance was being withheld to pressure you crane to publicly announce an investigation into president trump's political opponents Taylor testified his nightmare scenario was that the Ukrainian leader would announce investigations take all the heat from that get himself in big trouble the never get U. S. security assistance adding Russia would love that Taylor will be back to testify publicly on November thirteenth and as a like a terror ABC news on Capitol Hill a source tells ABC news that former Attorney General Jeff sessions plans to announce tomorrow that he's running for Senate in Alabama it's actually the seed he used to hold stocks closed mostly lower today your listening to ABC news Sony's T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the key TA our news app your breaking news and traffic it's seven oh two I'm ever Dale here's our top story loved ones of the family slaughtered in an apparent cartel attack in Mexico want answers ABC's chief national affairs correspondent Tom llamas has more from northern Mexico relatives of the American family ambushed in Mexico are demanding justice their anger reignited after visiting the crime scenes of close their loved ones vehicles filled with massive bullet holes in total nine people killed including six children the family telling me the men who killed the relatives or animals who opened fire women and children who will never own a relative was tasked with finding the families after they realized something had gone wrong that the B. C.'s Tom llamas in Mexico Arizona votes voters in Maricopa county approve most of the thirty seven ballot measures for school bonds and overrides in yesterday's election collectively they're worth one point thirty seven billion dollars many districts are having a hard time making ends meet with the investments from the state and the federal government Christine Thompson with expect more Arizona says the bonds or loans for new facilities the overrides tell school districts to ad spending for maintenance operations and programs dieser districts override featured sleep all day kindergarten for their students R. E. E. and other athletic activities students dice arts bonded override both failed Peter say more K. T. A. R. news to some voters turned down a proposition that would have made their city the first in the state to become a sanctuary city prop two oh five failed with more than seventy percent voting against it and president trump is nominating John Chandler record to serve as a judge for the United States District Court for the district of Arizona he currently serves as a judge on the Arizona Superior Court for Pima county having been appointed by governor Doug Ducey in twenty eighteen and now for a check on traffic yours George Thomas live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center there were we have a crash ten west village seven street at the off ramp view crashes on the surface streets to watch for one of her race valley at least a drive in favor of another northern and I seventeen and one in south still this going to be a Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard Thompson peak parkway this report is sponsored by Blue Cross blue shield of Arizona Blue Cross blue shield of Arizona now offers new individual and family health plans built around you.

Oklahoma Johnson & Johnson verdict figures to impact other opioid lawsuits

Clark Howard

00:44 sec | 11 months ago

Oklahoma Johnson & Johnson verdict figures to impact other opioid lawsuits

"Continuing with our team coverage in Oklahoma judge ordered Johnson and Johnson Monday to pay more than half a billion dollars for contributing to the opioid crisis another drug maker Purdue pharma has also drawn criticism for the way it marketed the dangerous painkiller oxycontin to doctors they are facing more than two thousand other lawsuits they maintain they are not responsible for fueling the opioid crisis we actually just heard from doctor cycles attorney who says oxy cotton has carried a black box warning since two thousand one and has an abused to turn formulation since twenty ten as for Johnson Johnson at five hundred seventy two million dollar settlement against whether pharmaceutical companies they say the company pulled did not cause the over the crisis in Oklahoma and they will appeal that decision that's journalist Tom llamas

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"tom llamas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"This correspondent Tom llamas the calls from Democrats for Constance resignation are not diminishing have seen as a detention hearing today having your post reports see as a registered sex offender was supposed to check in with the NYPD every ninety days but never did that even once the NYPD claims abstain actually wasn't required to check in because he listed his private island in the Virgin Islands as his primary residence president trump who as we all know is active on social media well Twitter anyway will be hosting a social media summit at the White House today this one is different from most such summits in that the attendees will mostly be from the right side of the political spectrum the people who run Facebook Google and Twitter will not be there and they weren't even invited the president has accused those operations and others of suppressing conservative viewpoints and has suggested they may be acting illegally and are in need of regulation the president will deliver remarks at the presidential social media summit late this afternoon Wednesday's time five oh seven it was dog verses bear in Passaic county the bear obviously have the weight advantage by probably five to one but it didn't matter in this case the sentiments newsman John Montone reports live from New Jersey this morning John leave do you believe in miracles like the nineteen eighty U. S. hockey team taking down below so be it bear Reilly the black lab defied the odds as the big black bear turned a back yard bird feeder into a buffet Riley's owner Alan plus the tells Eyewitness News Riley ran right Adam.

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College Board CEO defends "adversity score" for SAT takers

WBZ Midday News

01:05 min | 1 year ago

College Board CEO defends "adversity score" for SAT takers

"Plan to level. The college playing field is getting mixed reviews and adversity score is now being introduced by the college board in the aftermath of the varsity blues emission scandal that took down wealthy and celebrity parents like actress, Felicity Huffman ABC's chief national affairs. Correspondent Tom Llamas breaks down college board responsible for the SAT planning to assign and adversity score along with the actual test score for each student, here's how it works on a scale of one to one hundred the college board will calculate students disadvantage level, but looking at the students neighborhood family and school, fifteen factors will be examined closely, such as crime, the poverty rate and the medium income in their neighborhood. Also, is the student raised by a single parent is English a second, language already fifty schools have tested the system with a plan. Roll out of one hundred fifty more race will Nabi factor in the adversity score. For the college board saying that the courts have challenged affirmative action policies in universities, and they're now trying to make this

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Illinois deputy is killed while serving warrant and a suspect is in custody after a chase

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Illinois deputy is killed while serving warrant and a suspect is in custody after a chase

"We begin tonight with the breaking news that urgent manhunt for the suspect who shot and killed a deputy working with US marshals that suspect was surrounded and we've just learned moments ago. He's now under arrest. It was taken into custody of short time ago. This all began in Rockford, Illinois, dozens of officers rushing to the scene the suspect jumping from that third floor hotel window leading police in a high-speed chase then facing off with police in the middle of snowy weather. It was difficult to even see. But tonight at thorns moments ago said they have their man at ABC's. Tom Llamas is on the scene force to night a standoff between officers and an art fugitive accused of shooting a sheriff's deputy is officers are in distress as that location each store to Joseph after nine AM US marshals from fugitive task force arriving at this extended stay hotel in Rockford Illinois to serve arrest warrant fired upon by the suspect one of the marshalls was hit police say. The suspect also shot a woman inside the hotel room someone he knew as the victims were raised to the hospital officers from multiple agencies surrounding the hotel, but the suspect identified as thirty nine year old Floyd Brown got away jumping out of a third floor window fleeing in his silver. Mercury. More key rifle in hand. After that shooting the alleged gunman able to get a jump on police driving more than an hour and a half from Rockford here to Lincoln, the standoff happening just behind us, and it's been going on for hours. Police shutting down a portion of the interstate Brown barricaded himself in his car his multiple times opened his door as if he was going.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The threes. We are looking at some rain around today rainy conditions, although the icing situation is fixed itself, and we'll see temperatures right around forty the rain will continue, but we'll see a warm up as we go into tonight tomorrow. We'll be in the mid fifty s perhaps thirty nine degrees right now. In Boston Virginia is it a bit of a political pickle the highest elected officials all Democrats are being asked by some to step down. Governor Ralph Northam is under fire for racist photo founded his medical school yearbook. His number two Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax faces sexual assault accusations. And the state's attorney general has admitted to wearing black face in the past. And also faces calls to leave office ABC's. Tom Llamas says that could create a bit of a problem, all three men resigned. The three men that are mired in scandals right now. Then the Republican who is the house speaker would be the next in line to take over the state Gucci's. Pulling a wool sweater from its online in physical stores and nave apologized after complaints the item with an oversized collar designed to cover the face. Resembled black face makeup. In a statement posted on Twitter. Gucci said it was committed to diversity and considered it a fundamental value to be fully upheld respected at the forefront of every decision. We make that black turtleneck sweater, which sells for nearly nine hundred dollars on one side covers the nose and includes a red cutout for the mouth, it's been ridiculed on social media as insensitive and racist. Senator Elizabeth Warren, speaking out after renewed backlash over her native American claims that story from WBZ Sheri, small Senator Elizabeth Warren offers an admission and an apology. I'm not a try.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. The one hundred seven million dollars raised by President Trump's inaugural committee is getting a look by federal prosecutors in New York City who've subpoenaed the committee sources, tell ABC news. Prosecutors are seeking documents related to the donations records event guest list. They even want to know who took photos with the president at the celebration, the Trump inaugural raise the most money in history. One hundred and seven million dollars. ABC's Johnson Tucci in Richmond Virginia, the political death watches on for governor Ralph Northam who's under increasing pressure to resign over a picture considered racist on his medical school yearbook page from nineteen Eighty-four northern denies being in the pick virtually every Virginia politician, Republican or democrat has unified under this cause and the causes to call on Ralph north to resign. But. Virginia. Governor has yet to resign. He has met with his staffers. He met with them Sunday night. He met with Monday morning. He is still meeting with them. He's not stepping aside. ABC's? Tom llamas. Police in Albuquerque investigating after an explosion in an alley behind a strip mall. One person was killed. No other injuries reported. Firefighters happened to be on scene for an unrelated matter and found the dead person after the explosion General Motors has begun wielding. The axe getting rid of forty three hundred jobs in its effort to invest more in self driving vehicles twenty two hundred employees accepted buyouts another fifteen hundred contract workers will let go many of the layoffs are GM's technical center near Detroit. The automaker. Also plans to close a plant in Canada and four US factories. Eliminating another five thousand jobs more than half of those workers, though are expected to be offered jobs. Elsewhere in the company ABC's, Daria Albinger. They're not saying how would wildlife officials in Colorado say a man running on horse tooth mountain. West of Fort Collins killed among landed. Attacked him. You're listening to ABC news. WTMJ wealth management studio. This is News Radio. WTMJ news, traffic.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"This neighborhood is not the best neighborhood nor detectives plan to interview the boyfriend today, he could face charges picture on Virginia. Governor Ralph north nineteen Eighty-four yearbook Baid show someone in black face standing next to someone in a KKK hood. He says this morning reemphasize. It's not him. We have an update on a story now from ABC's Tom Llamas, I lack he said he was one of the two men in the picture over the weekend north and said he spoke too soon. I was appalled that they appeared on my page. But I believe then. And now that I am not either of the people in that photo. But then the governor admitting he has appeared in black face before dressing up as Michael Jackson and doing the moonwalk during a dance contest in nineteen Eighty-four ahead. The shoes I had a glove, and I used us a little bit of shoe polish to put under my all, my cheeks, and the reason I used a very little bit is because. I don't know if anybody's ever tried that, but you cannot get shoe polish off, but the governor's plea for forgiveness turning into a political catastrophe when a reporter asked if he could still moonwalk governor appeared to want to try to my wife says inappropriate circumstances. The governor saying he learned later in life after a conversation with an aide that black face is offensive ABC news, Zachary quiche, asking him this question. Do you think as a grown adults that it's problematic that you need to have to explain to you? Black face is offensive..

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"tom llamas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC six first warning weather, scattered showers and thunderstorms, sixty seven for the overnight low, and that's probably going to be the high for tomorrow because we'll have morning showers skies clear off tomorrow. And then the temperature will start to fall we'll be in low sixties by tomorrow afternoon weather, powered by the basement, doctor seventy one in Dublin and seventy at your severe weather station. News Radio six ten WTVN. This is a six pack. My name is Dave man and Melania Trump interviewed by ABC news. The the guy doing the story his name is Tom Llamas and she's over in Africa. And so they've been following her around and checking out all the stuff. Then of course, there was a little sit down time. And so they've been putting out little bits of I think this morning might have been the first one, but they've been putting out these little tidbits because they want everybody to sit down and watch the special that's coming up later on. So I want you to hear the exchange between Tom Llamas and Melania Trump and talking about, you know, the metoo movement and cavenaugh what is your take about the metoo movement? Though. Do you believe in them? Do you support the metoo movement? I support the we men and they need to be heard we need to support them. And you know, also men. Do you think men in in the news that have been accused of sexual assault? Sexual harassment had been treated unfairly, you need to have a really hard evidence that you know, that if you're accused of something so the evidence someone in my queue that and say how could you say that MRs Trump you need to stand with women, but we need to we need to sell the evidence..

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Feds say 711 immigrant children can't be reunited with parents ahead of deadline

PrimeTime Sports with Cory Lopez

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Feds say 711 immigrant children can't be reunited with parents ahead of deadline

"To reunite all eligible families separated by the US Mexico border by tonight's court ordered deadline ABC news, chief national correspondent Tom Llamas has the latest. A federal government saying more than seven hundred children are ineligible for reunification. Because, of. An issue with their parents including hundreds of cases where the parents are. No longer even in this country the government will now have to work and try to. Figure out how when if they'll be, able, to get those families back together West Nile is back in Boulder County. Boulder, County public health says the, virus has shown, up in mosquitos in. Erie Lewisville in Longmont because we've had so much rain and then followed by, hot weather any standing pools are perfect breeding grounds for mosquitoes China with. Boulder County she says homeowners are encouraged to drain water. From planners tires kiddie pools and the light people should also use deet and wear long sleeves and pants particularly at dusk and dawn Colorado Rockies off. Tonight they. Opened up a three game set a Coors field tomorrow night against. The Oakland a.'s our coverage Starts at six first..

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Man pleads not guilty to hate crimes in fatal Charlottesville rally

America's Truckin' Network

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Man pleads not guilty to hate crimes in fatal Charlottesville rally

"Hundred wwl w dot com search news i'm jack crumley at arrest was made in a fourth of july incident middletown police on thursday arrested thirty year old abdul hamas who was wanted for aggravated menacing inducing panic in violation of a temporary protection order fourth of july night he was allegedly using a gun to threaten people who live inside of a home in the seventy three hundred block of men's road in franklin township a tactical team had been called to that home and when police went inside they do hama was gone mattress newsradio seven hundred wwl w a former northern kentucky man facing a federal judge yesterday acu accused of committing hate crimes in the state of virginia james fields indicted last week on more than two dozen charges prosecutors say fields drove his car into a group of counter protesters at a white nationalist rally in charlottesville killing one person and injuring several others one little girls fighting since the moment she came into this world makes a major milestone by taking one giant step abc's tom llamas as the story the moment maya tis dale of traverse city michigan and her family had been waiting years for four year old maya her family closer mighty miss maya take her first independent steps gone a proud moment in a milestone for maya born four months premature a micro preemie wayne only one pound and ten ounces just before she turned to mile was diagnosed with cerebral palsy and.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on WRVA

"Personal attorney michael cohen after he paid stormy daniels one hundred and thirty thousand dollars reportedly to keep quiet about an alleged affair with trump cohen said he was never reimbursed and the president has denied knowing about the payment days before the election giuliani tells fox's sean hannity it was perfectly legal because no campaign money was used with trump's payment do you know the president didn't know about this i believe about the specifics of it as far as i know but he did know about the general arranger the michael would take care of things like this stormy daniels lawyer saying quote this is a stunning revelation mr trump evidently has participated in a felony and there must be serious consequences for his conduct and his lies and deception to the american people abc's tom llamas the president's legal team getting another makeover as cobb who encourage the president not to attack robert muller publicly bows out and a man who defended bill clinton in the monica lewinsky scandal joins the team and what the white house calls the russia witchhunt a fire mostly out after a barn exploded during a police standoff in connecticut swat team on scene as blues negotiated with a man holding his wife hostage for three days several officers were injured in the explosion in north haven nine officers who were taken to the hospital for various injuries all members of the tactical team go wife escaped before the explosion of body has been recovered which is likely the husband witnesses say it's a miracle more people weren't killed after a national guard c one thirty cargo plane from puerto rico crashed on a highway near savannah georgia no drivers on the ground were hurt but authorities support that nine service members on board are dead and were on their way to arizona flying a sixty year old played into retirement many time we lose any of our brothers and sisters in arms it's it's devastating and in in something we'd never liked to have happened roads in and around the savannah airport are still closed and could be closed for weeks as military investigators try to figure out what went wrong virginia's attorney general mark hearing says twenty percent of all virginians have their data impacted by.

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Mnuchin admits potential trade war with China, stocks tumble amid fears

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:29 min | 2 years ago

Mnuchin admits potential trade war with China, stocks tumble amid fears

"There's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i am here to throw you a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day twenty minutes every weekday morning subscribe now and start here tonight breaking news on the brink of a trade war president trump's threats against china sending shock waves around the globe the news rocking the stock market and your 401k plus the new sanctions on russia targeting those close to putin coasttocoast storms the tornado watch at this hour snow rain and record cold for much of the country backstage brawl you have see champ conor mcgregor charged with assault video showing him throwing a dolly at a bus full of fighters also tonight the driver who spent right into a police station crashing through a wall while thirty say this was no accident reunited the menendez brothers lyle and eric convicted of killing their parents face to face for the first time in more than two decades and nightmare at sea the vacation outreach we'll take your unborn a cruise ship that passenger say felt like a floating construction zone this is abc news tonight with david muir good evening and it's great to have you with us on a busy friday night i'm tom llamas in for david and we begin tonight with growing fears of a new trade war the us and china back and forth with threats of tariff someone another with american farmers tech companies and manufacturers caught in the middle after the first round of terrorists from each side president trump now threatening import taxes on one hundred billion dollars more of goods from china and fewing those fears tonight treasury secretary mnuchin it'd been in the potential trade war is real and the president saying americans could feel some pain the news rock in the stock market the dow losing nearly six hundred points abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl starts us off from the white house a brutal day on wall street stocks tumbling after president trump escalated his threats towards china today the president acknowledged his trade policy may cause pain so i'm not saying there won't be a little pain but amok it's gone up forty.

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President Trump's lawyer calls for end to Russia collusion investigation

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:00 min | 2 years ago

President Trump's lawyer calls for end to Russia collusion investigation

"World news tonight with david muir is brought to you by indeed dot com post your next job opening on the world's number one job site tonight we're following several breaking stories the president's top attorney calling for the russia investigation to now be shut down this just hours after the deputy director of the fbi andrew mccabe is fired also breaking tonight president trump versus stormy daniels president clinton don't feel star breach the competence yell agreement and could now oh him more than twenty million dollars plus bedevil stating images flattened vehicles finally being pulled from that bridge collapsed in miami to craxi days before the tragedy and the apparent miscalculation just two hours before all came down high speed help stolen car going eighty miles for our small town the police trying to catch up tonight the driver who stepped in to help forcing the alleged crooks to ditch the car and run adc this is abc news tonight hegarty evening thanks for joining us on this saturday i'm tom llamas and we begin tonight with major developments out of the white house the president's top attorney today calling for special counsel robert mueller's investigation to be shut down this just hours after deputy director andrew mccabe was fired just two days from retiring the president taking a twitter where he has taunted mccabe in recent months mr trump's ally say mccabe tried to undermine the president and details now emerging that similar old boss james komi mccabe kept detailed memo's of all of his interactions with the president a source telling abc news those documents are now in the hands of the special counsel abc's tara palmeri at the white house tonight starting us off tonight and aggressive switches strategy from president trump legal team lead attorney john dowd calling for an end to the russian investigation pressing.

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Donald Trump, chaos president and turnover king

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, chaos president and turnover king

"The teenager accused of opening fire inside stoneman douglas high school a month ago today just went before a judge nncholas crews hung his head during the appearance and didn't speak as he sat shackled in court thousands of students were walking out of class across the country demanding congress act on gun control rough last or so for the trump administration potentially capped off by in election loss in a bitterly contested pennsylvania congressional district abc's tom llamas with more another surprise exit from the trump administration secretary of state rex tillerson fired by the president in a tweet the president posting mike pompeo director of the cia will become our new secretary of state he will do a fantastic job thank you to rex tillerson i service tillerson becomes one of several dozen who have left the cabinet only adding to the perception of a white house in chaos the president's circle and shaky ground more chaos as a congressional race in a deep red pennsylvania district is too close to call for now trump republican rix aucoin trailing by a tiny margin democrat connor lamps team holding out hope it was a special election but the stakes couldn't have been higher in a race where the gop had a clear advantage this special election triggered after republican congressman tim murphy resigned last fall in the wake of a sex scandal the party brought out several big names to hold onto a seat murphy had held onto for fifteen years the president puts the kona notice i hate to put this on your they're all watching because i won this district by twenty two points that's why mean look at all those red hat rick but white house backing couldn't overpower dissatisfaction with the president we're rexecode went out of his way to a align himself with trump we've got behind him and support him serving the lamb seem to deliberately avoid bashing the president instead the former assistant us attorney and marine corps captain ran as a conservative democrat.

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Stormy Daniels sues President Trump over alleged affair

Chad Benson Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

Stormy Daniels sues President Trump over alleged affair

"Thousand customers still without power overnight from virginia to me was story daniel suing president trump while the white house says the president has already won an arbitration case against the adult film star porn star stormy daniels arguing her nondisclosure agreement is null and void daniels claims she and the president beginning intimate relationship in the summer of two thousand six in lake tahoe a relationship that included at least one meeting in a bungalow at the beverly hills hotel i spoke with her lawyer teacher client stormy daniels have sex with president trump guess there's no doubt about that no doubt in my mind in the complaint daniels acknowledges signing what she calls all rush agreement something she has not done before abc news chief national correspondent tom llamas one student was killed and other student critically injured in a school shooting wednesday in birmingham alabama both victims are 17 years old birmingham police chief orlando wilson asked of students and faculty were forced to shelter in place as mandis dan in that when this happens school was absent process of pain over for the day and that it late this situation led to a procedure us officials are calling the shooting at huffman high school accidental on wall street wednesday the dow closed down eighty three points you're listening to abc news new york times blooming stone critics everywhere all wrong raving about annihilation turn he's home mindblowing experience she now at certify fresher mutton tomatoes annihilation are now playing high it's jamie progressive number one number two employees leave a message at that page amy it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know it's been rough going ever since people found out about your all cappella.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"Act on a tip warning the gunman had a desire to kill abc's tom llamas reports a stunning admission from the fbi the agency admits they were warned about nicholas crews six weeks ago but they dropped the ball the bureau revealing that a january fifth a person close to nicholas crews called the fbi tip line with information about cruises gun ownership a desire to kill people he radic behavior and moving social media post and this the potential of him conducting a school shooting the fbi says the information should have been assessed as a potential threat to life but no further investigation was conducted at the time the news sending a shock wave through this community this was actually the second tip the fbi received about crews in september video blogger benben i alerted them to a disturbing comment on his youtube page a user with the name nicolas crews posting i'm going to be a professional school shooter the fbi investigated but turned up nothing according to law enforcement sources cruz told investigators he heard voices in his head telling him to conduct the attack in the community where he grew up neighbors like shelby spin opel describe the history of violence you remember seem police there at his house often when he lived near you guys the please turn the driveway alive police revealed they received twenty calls about crews over the past few years several people telling us how we tried to hurt and kill animals that they receive tom llamas twenty four seven news the news you want when he wanted on komo news on michael preston komo sports now an update from the komo sports desk that alaska airlines arena the huskies crush colorado eighty two fifty nine and it's an emotional life of former husky is worried isaiah thomas who has retired number two racial the rafters at halftime i remember general again glen are remember that the only light.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"Act on a tip warning the gunman had a desire to kill abc's tom llamas report a stunning admission from the fbi the agency admits they were warned about nicholas crews six weeks ago but they dropped the ball the bureau revealing that on january fifth a person close to nicholas crews call the fbi tip line with information about cruises gun ownership a desire to kill people you radic behavior and disturbing social media post and this the potential of him conducting a school shooting the fbi says the information should have been assessed as a potential threat to life but no further investigation was conducted at the time the news sending a shock wave through this community this was actually the second tip the fbi received about crews in september video blogger benben i alerted them to a disturbing comment on his youtube page a user with the name nicolas crews posting i'm going to be a professional school shooter the fbi investigated but turned up nothing according to law enforcement sources cruz told investigators he heard voices in his head telling him to conduct the attack act in the community where he grew up neighbors like shelby spena describe the history of violence you remember seem police there at his house often when he lived near you guys the police were in the driveway alive police revealed they received twenty calls about crews over the past few years several people telling us how we tried to hurt and kill animals that they receive tom llamas twenty four seven news the news you want when you want it on komo news on michael preston no slowing down the husky softball king a seventh consecutive shutout win that's a school record after a ten nothing victory overseen hall samantha mantey and kristen cochran combined shut out tear in at least not in three they'll play double header on sunday which dust in game one sam houston state in game two for baseball lost to sack state file of 64 huskies trying to get off the schneide one in fourteen in conference playing in utah sunday at one sports at 10 and.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"With a million three hundred forty eight thousand three hundred nineteen of the ballots counted let's go home and sleep on it we'll get we'll take it on the mall but even his biggest supporter of president trump accepting defeat tweeting congratulations to doug jones on a hardfought victory and the alabama gop putting out this statement saying now that this race has ended may this holiday season of peace love and hope resonate with everyone regardless of one's political affiliation and as of last night the secretary of state here in alabama said a recount would not be likely now the president wayne in tweeted the reason i originally endorsed luther strange and his numbers went up lee is that i said more will not be able to win the general election i was right would worked hard but the deck was stacked against him we should point out luther strange numbers did not caught my lead after that endorsement abc's tom llamas president trump's shrugging controversy after lashing out against democratic senators to heal gilbert on twitter the reaction swift and fears it was shameful low life behavior a reasonable sexes learn nasty unbecoming of a president democrats going on the attack in the face of president trump's tweet about new york senator kirsten jila brand president calling her a lightweight and someone who would come to my office begging for campaign contributions not so long ago and would do anything for them outrage from jill a brand it was a sexist mere attempting to silence my voice and i will not be silenced on this issue to the nation's most widely circulated newspaper this morning usa today out with a scathing editorial saying trump is not fit for office and quote a president who would all but call senator kirsten jill brand a whore is not fit to clean the toilets in the barack obama presidential library or tissue find the shoes of george w bush that's abc's cecilia vega reporting komo news time nine fifty was check out with the.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"This is the comorian news wednesday the 13th day of december i'm gregg hersholt along with manda factor frank lenzi is at the editor's desk president trump is trying to rally support for the big gop tax bill trample talk about tax cuts in a white house speech this afternoon a huge package of tax cuts and reforms this trump's top legislative priority with the entire nation watching the alabama senate race has been decided and embattled republican candidate roy more came out as the loser more from abc's tom llamas this morning for the first time in 25 years alabama is sending a democrat to the us city crossroads in the past and unfortunately we have usually taken the wrong four ladies and gentlemen took jim beating republican roy more in one of the most conservative states the state of obama but we have shown the country the way there were unable to recover from accusations he molested two teenage girls when he was in his thirties accusations he denied blame for for not coming out on top with this campaign is we've been painted in an unfavorable and on four light we've been put in a hole more refusing to concede telling you supporters the race was it over realize when the vote is this close did it's not over signalling he would favor an automatic recount ada jones's margin of victory is less than half of 1 percent currently that margin is one point five percent with.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Saying in preliminary exit polls the results tonight voters are almost evenly split on the allegations against roy more forty nine percent call them definitely or probably true 45 percent definitely or probably false did it factor into their decision forty percent say they were one of several factors in their decision 55 percent say they were minor or no factor at all and when asked which candidate shares voters values 49 percent say doug jones shares their values forty six percent say void more abc's chief national correspondent tom llamas in alabama leading us off tonight really more today galloping through the polls but tried to cast a vote for himself as rocky as the last month of his campaign candidate who she threw a crush of reporters and their questions alabama's former chief justice dividing his own party eight women have accused him of a range of inappropriate sexual behaviour to say he assaulted them when they were just teenagers many republican senators calling for him to drop out when with well i'm coming to the senate and now we're working on our from blair one republican staunchly amour's corner president trump this morning tweeting the people of alabama will do the right thing vote roy more another big more booster the president's former chief strategist steve bannon there's a special place in hell more republicans who should know better and they're trying to shut up president trump in judge more binion's comments coming just weeks after he bunker trump seem to side with moore's accusers saying there was a special place in hill for people who prey on children but voters we talked to are standing by more rapidly.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"Make him a piano prodigy abc's tom llamas was there for his big debut on one of the world's most famous stages 12yearold latest carnegie hall debut yes vets daniel call inner from akron ohio leading the audience to chopin's nancy impromptu to make it year daniel headed to do more than practice he had to fight for his life slain piano part of his treatment to beat cancer who would have thought that just an exercise in interest helping him develop normally after this being brought to the brink of death as an infant would amount to this as an infant daniel was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma which affects the nervous system at one point his family says he was only give it a 25 percent chance to live to keep his brain developing his family says doctors encouraged play music and once daniel started he couldn't stop mastering the piano even the oregon what is fi could barely touched the pedals practice and the early years of chemotherapy may this moment even more incredible bad staged his here in tears new england llc even day practices four hours every day couldn't believe my mason i never imagines getting yes thank god for every moment of every day i truly it he he has taught us that our everyone's life is a gift every life is a gift bridge story research tom yana sus get you up to date on your komo aaa traffic with marina we have stop and go traffic southbound i 5 from lake city way into downtown seattle westbound 520 we'll sleigh right up alike as you head over to i5 westbound i90 some brake lights as you come out of the mount baker title eastbound both bridges looking pretty good although will slow down writer on island crest waging head over to the 405 southbound 405 you'll start to see the slowdowns right around northeast 8th newcastle southbound 167 that's heavy from one eighty it down to the 516 interchange of continues to be slow past thirty seven from some earlier problems and then heavy again from elling down into some nurses found i 5 very difficult from highway 18 through tacoma past highway 16 because of an earlier blocking problem and getting to the north end northbound i 5 rolling slow through shoreline him out like yes and then tough from just north of the boeing freeway up past highway 2 next look at traffic at four fifty four marina rockinger komo news the forecast chance of.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on WCHS

"I'm michelle franzen president trump landing in hanoi this past dour greeted in the vietnam capital by flagwaving children die it follows the apec summit end on yang where the president briefly talked with russia's leader abc's karen travers is in vietnam president trump and russian president vladimir putin chatted and walk side by side in a group of world leaders assembled at the apec summit here in vietnam at an earlier session saturday cameras captured the two presidents shaking hands and seeking before taking their seats the kremlin issued a statement saying the two leaders talked about syria and agreed a political solution not military action is needed the us has not commented republican us senate candidate roy more of alabama talking to sean hannity on his radio show last night in responding to allegations of sexual misconduct decades ago four women say more pursued them when they were teens one accuser lee kauffman says she was just fourteen years at the time all week route they're coordinated out there it up workers political is a direct attack on this campaign and involved with fourteen year old girl which i would have never had any contact with what does this mean for the election race abc's tom llamas has more one more on twitter saying he will slide on and that the forces of evil will lie and he was blaming him haller after caller on both am and fm radio stations expressing support for more wondering if this is all a dirty political trick this s abc news has spoken to nearly every woman mentioned in that washington post article and all of them tell us they stand by their story abc's tom yomise reporting from birmingham there is more fallout for louie c k the comedian admitting allegations of his section all misconduct with several women are true he also apologized fx has cutting ties the network has home to his criticallyacclaimed in any winning show louis abc's jason nathanson had more you're listening to abc news.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on KOMO

"Take a twoone lead after saturday's game four of the world series against the dodgers click houston astros jumped out to an early four nothing lead chasing the dodgers star pitcher yu darvish from the mound after only one a twothirds innings the heurta starting his career and his truth never looked back bread picot candidate night on the mound for houston leading his team to a five three win at a two two one series lead over the dodgers going into saturday's game poor jim ryan abc news admitted make park in houston and controversy after the game after hitting a home run of japanese pitcher yu darvish astros cubanborn first baseman gory yelp in the dugout put his fingers to the side of his eyes and said she nato a derogatory spanish turned the translates into little chinese girls said he would meet to offend anyone darvish said we are all human beings let's move forward major league baseball expected to meet with grill today new question servicing were the release of the jfk files among them a phone call to a british newspaper abc's chief national correspondent spot a tom yomise with more among the secret files in unconfirmed tip that on the same day of the assassination the cambridge news a p for an england received a mysterious call in stroking a reporter to call the american embassy in london for some big news that alleged call came twenty five minutes both four kennedy was shot that's abc's tom llamas reporting this is abc news komo aaa traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's fans you're looking flow north and southbound on i five in downtown seattle and also looking good on 405 of steven's pass with no restriction snoqualmie no restrictions as well and talk will a little bit of construction i5 northbound between southcenter boulevard south 120 ninth warmest river bridge it's down to two lanes and federal way northbound i5 traffic reduced to two lanes between south to 72nd street and speed route five sixteen your next report at two to fourteen i'm mike kohn clint on coma news hey good morning everybody we had a really nice weekend coming your way there will be some rather cool temperatures this morning pretty much in the mid 40s but he warm up nicely and we should be finishing at the day somewhere in the mid 60s.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"In the meantime tonight all across the storm zone people who fled the storm are now returning home to assess the damage and try to get on with their lives to rebuild but millions of those homes still have no electricity and in so many cases no water and making it worse temperatures holding near 90 all across the state abc's chief national correspondent tom llamas near fort myers again tonight for us today outside of blaming beach epic traffic jam residents were evacuated erba now why only allowed to return but for so many coming home it's just the beginning more than four million customers still without power bracing for another night in the dark hour elsewhere 24 hours now here's the fort myers dave and more margie take me inside their own it's complete darkness and when i lose the flashlight that's what it's like for a lot of people here in florida no way see no running water either they got the tub filled up here people uses water bay that uses water to drink whatever it takes to get by repair crews from thirty states and canada over now now joining the teams already in florida it's an intense but we just take it step by step one one one job at a time but restoring electricity to the whole state could take weeks the power outages also leaking to traffic in some cases with the traffic lights out at this intersection of course have to treat it like a fourway stop and that's leading to some backups as you can see clogs the roads as far as the i can see today some drivers ignoring those rules the sarasota sheriff's department reporting multiple crashes the greatest number of fatalities when it comes to a storm whiteness occurs after the storm has passed in lee county at least twenty one people hospitalized with possible carbon monoxide poisoning running of forty spreading the word tonight to homeowners if you have a generator you must keep it outside.

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"tom llamas" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom llamas" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Ready for james colmey is much anticipated testimony tomorrow before the senate intelligence committee you can join the conversation what are your questions about who's involved and how everything is connected i'm joined by josh meyer of politico julie bico it so it with the associated press and mckay coppins is a staff writer at the atlantic and let's just hear some other voices for a moment speaking to reporters in australia recently the former director of national intelligence james clapper compared this controversy surrounding the trump administration to the watergate scandal that brought down president nixon here's what he said though that i think uh you compare the two that watergate pales uh really uh in my view uh as compared with rumor confronting new a much different view from the trump sons eric in donald junior they told abc's at tom llamas on tuesday that the search to find evidence of collusion with russia is a witchhunt it's a great is hoax of of all time i was there throughout the campaign we had no dealings in russia we have new projects in russia we had nothing to do with russia i mean to me it's without a question reads and smells like a witchhunt that was donald trump junior and before him his brother eric trump wanna talk a little bit about how the president is responding josh meyer let me come to you one of the things that is being talked about an is possible as the cia donald trump president trump might actually be live tweeting a during tomorrow's hearing what are you hearing about that and what do you make of that.

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