18 Burst results for "Twenty Seventeen Two Months"

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The Associated Press Rossdale was driven from office after a leak of the vulgar and offensive chat messages between him and close aides it infuriated Porter Ricans already tired of deep seated corruption and mismanagement that is sent the island into a thirteen year recession at seventy billion dollar debt crisis and the equivalent of bankruptcy first he was hailed a hero for helping stop a worldwide computer virus a couple of years ago now mark Sutton has been vilified for being on now where developer and aids for that part of his online life that he'll be sentenced today in Milwaukee he's looking at possibly a decade behind bars for making software designed this white banking info from unsuspecting users federal prosecutors didn't make a sentencing recommendation other than to ask that is present time be sufficient now they know that Hutchens played a key role in finding a kill switch for the wanna cry virus which wreaked havoc on computers in twenty seventeen two months after that he was arrested in Las Vegas for his role in creating the Mao where titles that you pass kit and Kronos for behind the scenes look at America's first news head on over to a F. and now dot com reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook anytime I met Matt gray talk use the hashtag A. F. and follow the show on Twitter at America's first news use the hashtag AFM there as well more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning if the twenty sixth day of July an investigation in the marines accused of helping smuggle migrants in the U. S. has resulted in the arrest of sixteen other marines we will have the very latest coming up but first let's hear from one of our sponsors.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of the Associated Press Rossdale was driven from office after a a leak of the vulgar and offensive chat messages between him and close aides it infuriated Porter Ricans already tired of deep seated corruption and mismanagement that is sent the island into a thirteen year recession at seventy billion dollar debt crisis and the equivalent of bankruptcy first he was hailed a hero for helping stop a worldwide computer virus a couple of years ago now mark Sutton has been vilified for being a malware developer and it's for that part of his online life that he'll be sentenced today in Milwaukee he's looking at possibly a decade behind bars for making software designed this white banking info from unsuspecting users federal prosecutors didn't make a sentencing recommendation other than to ask that is present time be sufficient now they know that Hutchens played a key role in finding a kill switch for the wanna cry virus which wreaked havoc on computers in twenty seventeen two months after that he was arrested in Las Vegas for his role in creating the Mao where titles that you pass kit and Kronos for behind the scenes look at America's first news head on over to a F. and now dot com reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook anytime I met Matt ray talk use the hashtag AFN follow the show on Twitter at America's first news use the hashtag AFN there as well more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning if the twenty sixth day of July an investigation in the marines accused of helping smuggle migrants in the U. S. has resulted in the arrest of sixteen other marines we will have the very latest coming up but first let's hear from one of our sponsors liberty mutual insurance presents.

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Michael Cohen, Special Counsel And FBI discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Michael Cohen, Special Counsel And FBI discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"The special counsel investigation had Michael Cohen in its crosshairs before the FBI raided his home and office last year. Correspondent Aaron Katersky has more released documents show Robert Muller's sought Michael Cohen's emails earlier than previously known in July twenty seventeen two months into the special counsel investigation. The documents also show that after a decade at Donald Trump's side Cohen's personal financial situation was more dire than previously known as Trump took office. Cohen started shopping his access and the FBI was concerned. He was violating rules about lobbying on behalf of foreign clients. Cohen ultimately pleaded guilty to financial and campaign finance crimes, everything about the ongoing campaign. Finance investigation is redacted Cohen is scheduled to report to prison in may to begin serving a three year

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KOMO

"And wounding five more the attacker, then fleeing the scene, sparking a massive manhunt this city if you look down and heavily armed counterterrorism police swooping in with dozens of tactical officers moving through the streets of Utrecht authorities. Now have this man in custody identified as a key suspect? He's thirty seven year old Gutman Tana's known to the authorities and has a criminal record. We are investigating. So that means possible terrorist modus, but also possible personal motives three people in custody. The Dutch can hold them up to three days without charge. But this investigation still goes on into exactly what happened right here, and crucially, why ABC's Ian panel reporting. Well, we talked about that new trove of documents related to President Trump's former attorney just being made public ABC's. Aaron Katersky has had look and gives us this update affidavits that form the basis for the search of Michael Cohen's property show. He was among Robert Muller's earliest targets the special counsel began examining Coen's emails in July of twenty seventeen two months. After mother was appointed the legal activity uncovered was then shared with federal prosecutors here in Manhattan who secured guilty pleas from Cohen, the documents also show that after a decade at Donald Trump side Coen's personal financial situation was more dire than previously known as Trump took office. Cohen started shopping his access. Yes. And the FBI was concerned he was violating rules about lobbying on behalf of foreign clients. The portion of the documents about the campaign finance violation to which Cohen pleaded guilty. Where redacted prosecutors have said President Trump was involved. But the supporting information was blacked out a sign. The investigation continues Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York water rescues continue in the midwest as flood waters continue to rise in Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri ABC's Ryan burrow, watching people. Airboats have been rescuing residents in valley, Nebraska, so roads cut off from rising water, including Brad Brown. I just couldn't sit at home. It's just too much going on and people needed. Leslie Jaycox says the water came up quickly Friday more than two hundred people had to leave the area and being told.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm Jeff McKinney at least two people dead after the crash of a chartered bus bound for New York City in the word now is the driver will be charged. Several others were injured today when the towels travel inC, bus flipped over on a Virginia. I ninety five exit ramp the Chinatown based bus was headed to Manhattan from Orlando photos on the scene. We're showing heavy fog. President Trump is doubling down on his criticism of the late. Senator John McCain was never a fan of John McCain, and I never will be. Thank you very much everybody. Trump says he's still angry that the late. Arizona Senator killed a repeal of ObamaCare before he died. He told us hours before that he was going to repeal and replace. And then for some reason, I think I understand the reason he ended up going thumbs up, and frankly. Had we even known that. I think we would have gotten to focus. We could have gotten somebody else. The FBI started investigating former Trump attorney Michael Cohen well before his office home and hotel room were rated nearly a year ago. That's what a redacted version of Cohen. Search warrant is showing today affidavits that form the basis for the search of Michael Cohen's property show. He was among Robert Muller's earliest targets the special counsel began examining Cohen's emails in July of twenty seventeen two months. After Muller was appointed the illegal activity uncovered was then shared with federal prosecutors here in Manhattan who secured guilty pleas from Cohen the portion of the documents about the campaign finance violation to which Cohen pleaded guilty. Where redacted prosecutors have said President Trump was involved. But the supporting information was blacked out assigned. The investigation continues Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. Colorado's democratic governor assigned a controversial Bill that would give the state's nine electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote in presidential elections. Some prominent Democrats are pushing to end the constitutional mandate after George W. Bush Donald Trump both lost the popular vote, but won the electoral college democratic Senator and presidential hopeful is with Warren supports the measure, the woman known as the statue of liberty climber today escaping jail top..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I will be comparing all the white people with privilege who are seeking the Democrats nomination for the presidency. If they were really fair, it would be Harris Booker twenty twenty as the Donald licks his lips. Join me now from ten AM to one PM weekdays. He took eight fifty WTO West Palm Beach with your two o'clock update. I'm Karen Curtis. President Trump says all options remain on the table in Venezuela. Speaking at the White House today, Trump would not rule out possible US military action. He said that he's interested in talking about forming some sort of an alliance with Brazil which borders Venezuela. Trump made the comments in the Oval Office during a meeting with the Brazilian president a neutral of of documents related to President Trump's former attorney has just been made public. I posted them at our website, fifty W F T L dot com. ABC's Aaron Katersky has been going through the material affidavits that form the basis for the search of Michael Collins property show. He was among Robert Muller's earliest targets the special counsel began examining Cohen's emails in July of twenty seventeen two months. After Muller was appointed the illegal activity, uncovered was then shared with federal prosecutors here in Manhattan who secured guilty pleas from Cohen the portion of the documents about the campaign finance violation to which. Cohen pleaded guilty. Where redacted prosecutors have said President Trump was involved, but the supporting information was blacked out sign. The investigation continues Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. There are reports that the National Enquirer paid for intimate text messages. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos shared with his girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez, the billionaires messages were actually sold to the tabloid by Sanchez's brother, Michael for two hundred thousand dollars Enquirer ran an eleven page story, including the racy text and photos in January days after Basil's tweeted that he and his wife of twenty five years were divorcing a New York mama's recovering after delivering a fifteen pound baby. Join Buckley tells the New York Post she felt like she was hit by two tractor trailers delivery was violent and her baby. Got stuck under her ribcage, the mom from Corning gave birth to Harper last Tuesday are not medical center fifteen pounds five ounces. She reportedly had the biggest baby ever born at the upstate hospital usually takes a baby about a half a year to reach that kind of weak, Scott. Pringle NBC. News Radio New York and keep an umbrella handy today, south.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They will weapons that we're seeing very tense dangerous situation. We haven't seen one like this in years Clement says they're looking into the possibility that this may have been a case of the suspects going to the wrong house looking for drugs. Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ. Boston's News Radio he is in court today. Boston police say a mauldin man has been arrested in connection with sexual assault. And Boston south end on Sunday. Anthony smith. Pacheco was arrested in Maldon. He's in Boston for arraignment and Boston municipal court. Well, they say the assault occurred at a business on Harrison avenue on Sunday afternoon time a suspect wanted in Waltham now turning himself into police Darren diet facing numerous charges. He was wanted for an assault on fourth avenue in Waltham yesterday. Schools had been locked down while the search for him continued as he was presumed armed and dangerous. Well, they say diet was arrested without incident new fallout from that college admission scandal USC cracking down on both current and former students who may be involved in the alleged scheme another parent caught up in that scheme as well. Appearing in court ABC news chief national correspondent mad gut in Boston. A woman named davina ISAACs in. She is the wife of very prominent real estate fund manager. She went to court eleven days early before she had two on March twenty ninth. She and her husband are accused of being involved in a six hundred thousand dollar bribery scheme to get there two kids into UCLA and USC. She did not enter a plate faces up to twenty years in prison. If convicted revenue trove of documents related to President Trump's former attorney has just been made public ABC's. Aaron Katersky has been going through the material David's that formed the basis for the search of Michael Collins property show. He was among Robert Muller's earliest targets the special counsel began. Examining Coen's emails in July of twenty seventeen two months. After Muller was appointed the illegal activity uncovered was then shared with federal prosecutors here in Manhattan who secured guilty pleas from Cohen the portion of the documents about the campaign finance violation to which Cohen pleaded guilty. Where redacted prosecutors have said President Trump was involved. But the supporting information was blacked out a sign. The investigation continues Aaron Katersky ABC news New York coming up rescues had a Worcester. Fires..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Up to date on all of our top national news. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. A new look today into the investigation into the president's old fixer affidavits that form the basis for the search of Michael Collins property show. He was among Robert Muller's earliest targets the special counsel began examining Coen's emails in July of twenty seventeen two months. After Muller was appointed the illegal activity uncovered was then shared with federal prosecutors here in Manhattan who secured guilty pleas from Cohen the portion of the documents about the campaign finance violation to which Cohen pleaded guilty. Where redacted prosecutors have said President Trump was involved. But the supporting information was blacked out a sign. The investigation continues Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, investigators in the Netherlands are now talking about a possible motive after the shooting in the city of Utrecht that left three dead and five hurt ABC's in panels there police now saying that they've established and there was no relationship between the shooter and the victims. They're also saying they found a letter in his vehicle, which indicates a possible terrorist motive questions. Swirling about how Boeing seven thirty-seven max. Eight was approved to fly after two of them crashed in the last several months killing over three hundred people ABC aviation consultant, Steve there is a tension there between the commercial push to get these airplanes off and to get them certified quickly. And so this is something that the congress is actually going to have to go back in its oversight role and make sure that too much of the certification process is not being given to the manufacturer trial starting today for a Pennsylvania cop facing murder charges. The opening statements beginning Tuesday in a trial set to last about two weeks east. Pittsburgh police officer Michael rossville charged with homicide for fatally shooting seventeen year old Antoine rose during a foot chase following at nearby drive-by shooting roses family releasing a statement saying they are seeking the Justice. They deserve and to assure that the light of Antoine's memory shines forever. ABC's Ryan burrow, vice president Pence. Visiting Nebraska today. See how people are fairing in the flooding. You're listening to ABC news. Deputy deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein is sticking around longer than he expected to NBC news analyst, Pete Williams said Rosenstein, planet part is soon as new attorney general Bill bar was sworn in. But he remains on the job. He is apparently talked to the attorney general we're told by a senior Justice department official, and it's going to stay a little longer. What that means specifically, I don't know. I don't know that there is an answer to that Rosenstein appointed special counsel, Robert Muller and spent most of his tenure supervising Wohlers Russia investigation that role was taken off his plate. When President Trump fired attorney general Jeff Sessions and replaced him. With acting attorney general Matt Whitaker and President Trump is hitting back at the husband of senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway Trump tweeted today, the George Conway is quote, a total loser. Conway is a Republican lawyer and former Trump supporter who has become one of the president's harshest critics. He has recently questioned Trump's mental fitness UC Berkeley, professor believes that within. Three years. We could have a viable gene therapy to treat blindness in humans. Follow us the following promising tests on mice are UC. Berkeley research team was able to successful use eye injection, gene therapy on laboratory mice return their site to them that therapy uses an inactive virus to deliver the mutated gene following an injection in the mices degenerated is and within a month researchers recorded that the mice displayed signs of regaining their site in the published results following the treatment, the subjects were able to detect motion brightness and were even able to navigate around obstacles as easily as visually unimpeded, mice nicked office, NewsRadio K PK, the Washington woman who pushed her friend off a sixty foot bridge in a viral video is appearing in court NBC's got Schwartz is covering that case. The teen abruptly changing pleaded guilty on the date. Her trial was supposed to begin admitting to reckless endangerment. As part of a plea deal in exchange for house, arrest community service and work crew detail cell phone video taken last. August shows Taylor Smith who is nineteen pushing sixteen year old Jordan hall Grison off a bridge in south western Washington Holger since suffered serious injuries including six broken ribs and a punctured lung Smith says she pushed her friend to help her get over her fear of jumping off the bridge. She will be sentenced on March twenty seventh..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KOMO

"Mr. I'm Corwin Hake. We hear from Boeing CEO. We will not hire non-union drivers. I'm Brian Calvert. And sound transit's Rogov goes on the record, traffic and weather in four minutes. I here's ABC. From ABC news. I'm Sherry Preston. A new look today into the investigation into the president's old fixer affidavits that form the basis for the search of Michael Collins property show. He was among Robert Muller's earliest targets the special counsel began examining Cohen's emails in July of twenty seventeen two months. After Muller was appointed the illegal activity uncovered was then shared with federal prosecutors here in Manhattan who secured guilty pleas from Cohen the portion of the documents about the campaign finance violation to which Cohen pleaded guilty. Where redacted prosecutors have said President Trump was involved. But the supporting information was blacked out a sign. The investigation continues Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, investigators in the Netherlands are now talking about a possible motive after the shooting and the city of Utrecht that left three dead and five hurt ABC's in panels there police now saying that they've established. There was no relationship between the shooter and the victims. They're also saying they found a letter in his vehicle, which indicates a possible terrorist motive questions. Swirling about how Boeing seven thirty-seven max. Eight was approved to fly after two of them crashed in the last several months killing over three hundred people ABC aviation consultant, Steve there is a tension there between the commercial push to get these airplanes off and to get them certified quickly. And so this is something that the congress is actually going to have to go back in its oversight role and make sure that too much of the certification process is not being given to the manufacturer trial starting today for a Pennsylvania cop facing murder charges. The opening statements beginning Tuesday in a trial set to last about two weeks east. Pittsburgh police officer Michael rossville charged with homicide for fatally shooting seventeen year old Antoine rose during a foot chase following at nearby drive-by shooting roses family releasing a statement saying they are seeking the Justice. They deserve and to assure that the light of Antoine's memory shines forever. ABC's Ryan burrow, vice president Pence. Visiting Nebraska today. See how people are fairing in the flooding. You're listening to ABC news..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Five hours of reality. Every week. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley on Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye okay? Other stories you've gotta make sure we get in today because so much happened over the weekend. Representative Alexandra Castro Cortez wants to pass sweeping tax hikes on the wealthy this from the New York Post on Friday, but the freshman lawmaker might wanna take care of her own unpaid tax Bill first brick avenue press, a company she founded in twenty twelve to publish children's books in the Bronx owes the state one thousand eight hundred seventy dollars and thirty six cents in corporate taxes public records show. The state slap the company with the warrant on July six twenty seventeen two months after a custom Cortez announced her candidacy to run against democratic can come and Joe Crowley for the district. That encompasses parts of queens. And the Bronx state requires businesses to pay a corporation tax on a sliding scale based on revenue the minimum payment last year was twenty five dollars. The company probably got numerous letters from the state and probably ignored them. One New York City accountant theorized public records show the state dissolved the company in October of two thousand sixteen which can happen when a business fails to pay corporate taxes or file a return. They state tax department won't comment on individual companies, but typically files warrants as a last resort and for trying to collect the money. Said a cuss Cortez's spokesperson Corbin Trent on Saturday. This is the first we're hearing of it. And we won't have any additional comment until we look into it. The company relied on cheap office space in a city subsidized program to help small businesses in the Bronx called the sunshine. Sunshine, Bronx business incubator. The program was housed in a rate of renovated former printing plant in hunts point where rates for office spaces and tech services in two thousand twelve averaged between ninety nine dollars for virtual office and two hundred and seventy-five per month. For local startups, Castro Cortez was featured on the city's website for the incubator and the national Hispanic institute named her a social entrepreneur in residence. You're seeing a huge return on your investment here. A twenty two year old accustomed Cortez told a reporter in July two thousand twelve people pay five hundred dollars an hour for consulting that we get for free by the water cooler attacks warrant was issued to brook avenue press at the incubators address on garrison avenue, but despite her promise to work with designers artists and authors that really know the urban story and helped develop story for kids. The post could not find any books. The publishing house produced. So there. Let's pay your corporate taxes now. The interesting to see the response. I mean that was Saturday. Hopefully, we'll get a response today. Right. As to whether they have fully paid their corporate tax Bill. Certainly. I I beg to differ though. Well, okay. Maybe it wasn't. It wasn't published by that publishing companies. So they were correct. But her latest children's book was published a few weeks ago, the green new deal. Yes. I don't like green new deals and ham. It's silly am I am filled with unicorns and. And lots of fairy tales. Yes. So she Finally, I mean, maybe it's not this this press company that did it. She got the guts seek out the government directly to produce. Her new children's book the green new deal. Yeah. He saw that border crossings from Canada are on the rise. Yes. You know, why that is? That's the prime minister. And and all of his people moving away from the controversies. Hey, they don't have a Wally. Let's go south. Did anybody move up there from the state's not that? I know of they would actually be a problem. The other way if the Hollywood people that said they were gonna move. If Trump was elected actually went right? A lot of them work in Vancouver. When they're filming stuff. But eventually, they come home. No, they never followed through with that promise. Much to my dismay. They never actually go through with it. Wouldn't have been great of Canada wanted to build a wall because so many people from Hollywood were attempting to go up there. Remember, you've got to share their values. Such Nash dad's through remember when we brought this to you the survey that was done that the vast majority of Canadians that if you wish to emigrate to Canada want you to have their shared values. And there was no outrage about that. At all listen to this. This is the story from NBC news. Okay. Dateline derby line Vermont. More than nine hundred and sixty people crossed into the US illegally from the northern border from Ken with Canada last year, according to data released from customs and border protection. Gary nearly a thousand. Yeah. For the entire year in just that crossing it or all across into the US illegally from the northern border with Canada. Well, that's nothing. It's almost nothing. That's almost relatively speaking. In fact in the next paragraph. Wow. That number is a tiny fraction compared to the migration across the border with Mexico. It represents a ninety one percent increase. This is the version of NBC going to see it happens in other borders to it's a ninety one percent..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye okay? Other stories have got to make sure we get into today because so much happened over the weekend Representative Alexandra accustomed Joe Cortez wants to pass sweeping tax hikes on the wealthy this from the New York Post on Friday, but the freshman lawmaker might wanna take care of her own unpaid tax Bill, I brook avenue press, a company she founded in twenty twelve to publish children's books in the Bronx owes the state one thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars and thirty six cents in corporate taxes public record show. The slapped the company with the warrant on July six twenty seventeen two months after custody of Cortez announced her candidacy to run against democratic incumbent. Joe Crowley for the district. That encompasses parts of queens. And the Bronx estate requires businesses to pay a corporation tax on a sliding scale based on revenue the minimum payment last year was twenty five dollars. The pro company probably got numerous letters from the state and probably ignored them. One New York City accountant theorized public records show the state dissolved the company in October of two thousand sixteen which can happen when a business fails to pay corporate taxes or file a return. These state tax department won't comment on individual companies. But typically files warns as a last resort after trying to collect the money. Said Cossio Cortez's spokesperson Corbin Trent on Saturday. This is the first we're hearing of it. And we won't have any additional comment until we look into it..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Five hours of reality. Every week. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley on Red Eye Radio. And he's Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye okay? Other stories we've gotta make sure we get in today because so much happened over the weekend. Representative Alexandra Casio Cortez wants to pass sweeping tax hikes on the wealthy this from the New York Post on Friday, but the freshman lawmaker might wanna take care of her own unpaid tax Bill, I work avenue press, a company she founded in twenty twelve to publish children's books in the Bronx owes the state one thousand eight hundred seventy dollars and thirty six cents in corporate taxes public records show. States slapped the company with the warrant on July six twenty seventeen two months after custody of Cortez announced her candidacy to run against democratic incumbent. Joe Crowley for the district. That encompasses parts of queens and the Bronx. The state requires businesses to pay corporation tax on a sliding scale based on revenue the minimum payment last year was twenty five dollars. The prompt company probably got numerous letters from the state and probably ignored them. One New York City accountant theorized public records show the state dissolved the company in October of two thousand sixteen which can happen when a business fails to pay corporate taxes or file a return. The state tax department won't comment on individual companies, but typically files warrants as a last resort after trying to collect the money. Said a customer Cortez's spokesperson Corbin Trent on Saturday. This is the first we're hearing of it. And we won't have any additional comment until we look into it..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Eric Harley. I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye okay? Other stories have got to make sure we get in today because so much happened over the weekend. Representative Alexandra Castro Cortez wants to pass sweeping tax hikes on the wealthy this from the New York Post on Friday, but the freshman lawmaker might wanna take care of her own unpaid tax Bill first brick avenue press, a company she founded in twenty twelve to publish children's books in the Bronx owes the state one thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars and thirty six cents in corporate taxes public records show. States slapped the company with the warrant on July, six twenty seventeen two months and for customer Cortez announced her candidacy to run against democratic incumbent. Joe Crowley for the district. That encompasses parts of queens and the Bronx. The state requires businesses to pay corporation tax on a sliding scale based on revenue the minimum payment last year was twenty five dollars. The prompt company probably got numerous letters from the state and probably ignored them. One New York City accountant theorized public records show the state dissolved the company in October of two thousand sixteen which can happen when a business fails to pay corporate taxes or file a return. The state tax department won't comment on individual companies, but typically files warrants as a last resort and for trying to collect the money. Said Cossio Cortez's spokesperson Corbin Trent on Saturday. This is the first we're hearing of it. And we won't have any additional comment until we look into it..

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"L KM, Minneapolis. Political bombshell in Washington. I'm Lisa Brady. Fox news. Attorney general Jeff Sessions stepping down noting in an undated resignation letter that it's at the president's request. Although it wasn't President Trump who told him. Fox's John decker live at the White House sessions this morning received the request to resign from chief of staff. John Kelly nut the president sessions was one of President Trump's earliest supporters as an Alabama Republican Senator as attorney general sessions was an enforcer of much of the Trump administration's hardline approach on immigration, but his relationship with the president remains strained for months due to the ongoing Muller investigation. Matt Whitaker has now been sworn in as the new acting attorney general and will now be overseeing the Russia investigation. Lisa John Whitaker who had been sessions chief of staff is immediately coming under pressure because of something he said to CNN in the summer of twenty seventeen two months. After Robert Muller was appointed for the Russia probe that Whitaker discussed away to sort of defangs the special counsel by cutting off it's budget. And it says, quote, so I could see a scenario where Jeff Sessions is replaced with a recess appointment Whitaker said, and that is the attorney general, and that attorney general doesn't fire Bob Muller, but he just reduces his budget too. So low that his investigation grinds to almost a halt, Catherine Herridge, some top Democrats are suggesting Whitaker should guarantee. No interference in the Russia probe were possibly recused himself. Meantime, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein who has been overseeing molars probe ever since sessions recused himself has just arrived at the White House for what's described as a previously scheduled meeting. Wall Street just relieved the midterms are over the Dow up five hundred forty three points at the closing bell back.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Lyrical bombshell in Washington. Lisa Brady, Fox News. Attorney general Jeff Sessions stepping down noting in an undated resignation letter that it's at the president's request. Although it wasn't President Trump who told him. Fox's John decker live at the White House sessions this morning received the request to resign from chief of staff. John Kelly nut the president sessions was one of President Trump's earliest supporters as an Alabama Republican Senator as attorney general sessions wasn't enforcer of much of the Trump administration's hardline approach on immigration, but his relationship with the president remained strained for months due to the ongoing Muller investigation. Matt Whitaker has now been sworn in as the new acting attorney general and will now be overseeing the Russia investigation. Lisa Jon Winokur who had been sessions chief of staff is immediately coming under pressure because of something he said to CNN in the summer of twenty seventeen. Two months. After Robert Mueller was appointed for the Russia probe that Whitaker discussed away to sort of defangs the special counsel by cutting off it's budget. And it says, quote, so I could see a scenario where Jeff Sessions is replaced with a recess appointment Whitaker said and that the attorney general, and that attorney general doesn't fire Bob Muller, but he just reduces his budget too. So low that his investigation grinds to almost a halt offices, Catherine Herridge, some top Democrats are suggesting Whitaker should guarantee. No interference in the Russia probe were possibly recused himself. Meantime, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein who has been overseeing Muller's probe ever since sessions recused himself has just arrived at the White House for what's described as a previously scheduled meeting. Wall Street just relieved the midterms are over the Dow up five hundred forty three points at the closing bell back over twenty.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Joe six eighty double new CDN, Baltimore and wcbMcom. Political bombshell in Washington. I'm Lisa Brady. Fox news. Attorney general Jeff Sessions stepping down noting in an undated resignation letter that it's at the president's request. Although it wasn't President Trump who told him. Fox's John decker live at the White House sessions this morning received the request to resign from chief of staff. John Kelly knows the president sessions was one of President Trump's earliest supporters as an Alabama Republican Senator as attorney general sessions was an enforcer of much of the Trump administration's hardline approach on immigration, but his relationship with the president remains strained for months due to the ongoing Muller investigation. Matt Whitaker has now been sworn in as the new acting attorney general and will now be overseeing the Russia investigation. Lisa Jon Winokur who had been sessions chief of staff is immediately coming under pressure because of something he said to CNN in the summer of twenty seventeen two months. After Robert Muller was appointed for the Russia probe that Whitaker discussed away to of defending the special counsel by cutting off it's budget. And it says, quote, so I could see a scenario where Jeff Sessions is replaced with a recess appointment Whitaker said, and that attorney general and that attorney general doesn't fire a Bob Muller, but he just reduces his budget too. So low that his investigation grinds to almost a halt noxious, Catherine Herridge, some top Democrats are suggesting Whitaker should guarantee. No interference on the Russia probe were possibly recused himself. Meantime, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, who has been overseeing Muller's probe ever since sessions recused himself has just arrived at the White House was described as a previously scheduled meeting Wall Street just relieved the midterms are over the Dow up five hundred forty three points at the closing bell back.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The campaign the trump campaign he used the words wiretap and everybody jumped on him like he was the biggest idiot it was there's no such thing as wiretapping anymore it's not a physical thing that they're actually surveilling but now they can use the word wiretap as it's as if it's really a thing that they do right and yet it turns out there's not even a wiretap either so they got it wrong onto counts tim that's a great point it wasn't the trump campaign though it was president trump in march of twenty seventeen two months after he had been sworn in it wasn't the campaign when he said wow i'm learning now that obama had my lines wiretap and of course there's well there are no wiretaps and then of course they said obama didn't wire tap your phones and there was no wiretap and then we learned a wait there was a wiretap actually i'm paul manafort oh and now there was actually a pfizer warrant on carter page but but but but now they're saying but he but trump was still wrong because obama didn't do it see was his fbi and it was coming and it was the feis it was rod rosenstein and and actually of course anyone who thinks that that went on without obama knowing about it you know mark in arlington mark you're on wwl thanks for having me on statement saying that the sources lied or presented wrong information you see a lot in the news media where the people that are doing the reporting on stuff i don't really understand what it is that they're reporting on they may have been provided the right information really didn't take time to fully understand what they were being told and just related to that there was wiretaps.

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"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seventeen two months" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Well yeah well the environmental protection agency a fox news reporter ed henry getting into an onair scuffle tonight about what the rent is really like in washington dc this is just the kind of weak it has been for scott pruitt a drumbeat of reports starting thursday when abc news reported that as head of the epa he'd been living in energy lobbyists condo near the us capitol for fifty bucks a night and he was only paying for the nights he was actually sleeping there then over the weekend the washington post and abc news reported on a strange incident that took place at that lobbyists condo in which scott pruitt's security detail he has a security detail thinking that's got pruitt was at home unconscious and in need of rescue they broke down the front door of the lobbyists townhouse to rescue him turned out scott pruitt was reportedly inside that apartment but he was just they're taking a nap and then he decided he would charge the epa to fix the door that his security in broke down through his nap then on monday there was the report in the post that pruitt staffers made plans to spend one hundred thousand dollars a month taxpayer money to lease a private jet just for scott pruitt's travel use that is not a normal thing that anybody gets when they run the epa apparently his staff looked into it for him that was on monday but on monday night the new york times published a new report about an energy company called n bridge in july twenty sixteen epa under president obama had find bridge more than sixty million dollars for a pipeline spill that port hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil into the kalamazoo river in michigan it's the second largest fine in the history of the clean water act second only to the deepwater horizon spill but less than a year later march twenty seventeen two months after scott pruitt took over at the epa his agency signed off on a major pipeline expansion by bridge expansion allowing hundreds of thousands more barrels of oil to flow into the us from canadian tar sands the new york times points out that went end bridge got its big pipeline expansion approved by the.

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