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Memphis Police Union Head On Calls For Reform
"Simon Congress many cities states and countries say that they want to reform police practices but any reforms we need to go through police unions Michael Williams heads the Memphis police union and joins us now thanks very much for being with us Mr Williams good morning how are you fine thank you Sir I want to ask you about the commercial appeal newspaper there points out that the the twenty nineteen city budget called for two hundred sixty million dollars in police services but just a little over four million to housing and they suggested that maybe giving more people shelter it might be a wiser way to spend tax dollars and even bring down the crime rate how do you spell that it is it is hardly wholeheartedly I don't necessarily agree with the funding police but you know this is something I've been working on not just as a union president but as a citizen and as a native Mississippian we have started to spend too much money and economic development we've diverted too much money of course tax dollars into pilot when you live in the second most violent city in the nation which is massive aside from what happened to Mr Floyd which was working near active and there is money it's just a matter of prioritization we are not a bank we are a D. that the citizens pay their hard earned tax dollars which I am one of and we deserve to have a better amenities better core services and not necessarily spend all our money to make the rich richer well let me ask you something that might be a little tougher than than just money if I might put it as that well Kerr twenty eighteen there were reports that maybe the Tennessee bureau of investigation should be the responsible party for investigating officer related shootings officer involved shootings in Shelby County which is in Memphis would you advise your members not to submit to interviews in and give statements to the union right what a good deal everybody thinks that because you're a police officer you want to separate me from being a Christian everybody's entitled to their Fifth Amendment rights just because I'm a police officer don't necessarily mean that I give up my constitutional right and we encourage officers to give statement but if you're going to compare all day on the guild's statement and they should be covered by what we call god I can't even think of the name now well was that after I did give me a chance to follow up anyway recognizing that their citizens in every US citizen is entitled to right right not even close off incriminate yes exactly but what about the idea that of course police officers are also public servants who by the way are entrusted with sometimes lethal force and and that they ought to submit themselves for interviews the responsible parties as soon as possible in the public interest sure well that's not a problem but also you know just as any one of this country I love this country and what this country is built on no one everybody's innocent until proven guilty number two everybody is entitled to representation you know you try to paint not necessarily you but they're individuals I try to paint unions this organization we don't set policy so when they talk about reform and all that well we don't the city of Memphis state Tennessee legislator legislation base that policy we don't we just abide by the policies that they sent for now only just like any other organization that has the ability to say that we like this or don't like that but that still doesn't determine what policies are going to be set so you know I think that there's a bigger agenda at play when it comes to unions across this country everybody's represented yeah let me ask and we just got half an hour left we went about the forty eight hour waiting period before an officer accused of misconduct can be interviewed about it would you be willing to give that up in collective bargaining no because just like with anything everybody's traumatized when they go through a dramatic situation I'm a combat veteran and I definitely understand post about express disorder also understand so therefore when you start coming at an individual right after something happens you know it's just like a citizen our system has the ability to either talk or not talk and that's something that everyone continues to try to take away from of police officers that I don't think that that's right Michael Williams of the Memphis police unit thanks so much for being with us you're welcome
As Catastrophic Wildfires Burn, Australians Ask How to Rebuild
"Going to head to Australia today. Where an unprecedented wildfire season continues to menace S.? The country more than twenty people have died. Thousands of homes have been destroyed and millions of animals have been killed although the cost of the damage is still oh being tallied. The fires are threatening to upend the way people live well into the future to find out more. I rang up our Australia and New Zealand Bureau. Chief David winning running so David Walk me through where things currently stand. How unprecedented are the fires? So the fires have been through more than six chameleon hectares of land that is by phone away the the largest devastation that we've seen from Bouchon in terms of lives lost thankfully Kelly. This isn't as big as the Black Saturday. Bushfires a two thousand nine hundred seventy three people lost their lives in a single afternoon oversee when you have devastation on the scale you're looking at a very long recovery effort industries such as tourism will take time to macabre because many people would go to Townsville St landscape what they will encounter now landscape that you would typically say it on the front line of a war zone even just trees and buildings gutted. Yeah we've got the slide show up on our website and I've been looking at the images. The sad burned koalas the apocalyptic skies. It seems like it's another world exactly you know an particularly agricultural industries. I mean if you've got an apple blue-chip for example. It takes five years for an apple tree to get to a point where it's productive you know if you have a pine plantation and you rely on on on Kimba for your industry well that takes even longer. There's GonNa be no quick fix for this Sumani will be Australian government has promised two billion Australian dollars switches the equivalent of one point four billion. US dollars to aid the recovery effort. That's an initial sum payable over two years and they've signaled that there's more money available as needed now. These fires started much earlier than they normally do in the typical fire season months earlier in fact. Do we know what happened. Eastern Australia Elliott has experienced a three year drought last year was the hottest on record and you know the the conditions of combined to create the basis full will to break out climate change. I believe in my opinion is played. A part of the individual fires may even have been started through awesome. But it's definitely. The case of this landscape was tinder. Dry going into what we call here. The bourgeois season so is the worst over nerve the peak for season to the end of February. Still at least one and a half months to go You mentioned and climate change earlier. Hasn't Prime Minister Scott Morrison been criticized for his stance on climate change. Mr Morrison's Party represents Abboud range of communities and they include mining areas eastern Australia this one of the major hops coal mining in the world and you his policy has sought to balance the interests of farming communities mining communities in the constituencies that he also that presents yesterday when he announced the big recovery found he was all set. You know do you intend to change your policy on on climate. And he said that's not my focus right now. My focus is on on dealing with a bushfire crisis. He has however stressed his commitments to limiting carbon emissions. That Australia's May as part of the Kiet. Political so I think when the focus of the cavalry effort develops I think when morpheus get extinguished hold onto control troll. The pressure will miss the Morrison to adapt his climate policy with inquiries. I know the cost is still being calculated We have some data that says Australia's has insurance council says the two hundred sixty million dollars worth of claims have already been filed. But what is the sense of how these fires could impact life in in Australia. Going forward. You full straight as Australians themselves. You know these are the sort of existential questions. Do they feel safe going camping. Do they feel you'll save going at it in the Wilderness and for the communities that live out that initial houses in a rural area. Do you feel safe. And how valuable is your property now which you find by full of it and why would you go. Would you go into a city many of weight. Cities like Sydney and Melbourne already a congested with strain services. Assay you allowed to bat and and and these are the sort of existential questions that feel. Australians will have to answer guy food
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"CBS news updates Florida governor Rhonda center says the Saudi trainee who shot and killed three people and wounded eight last Friday apparently had gone on social media before the incident to criticize US support of Israel and accuse America being anti Muslim for us to be bringing in these foreign nationals you have to take precautions to protect the the country and the fact of the matter is I mean bringing in people from Saudi Arabia you know that that you just you you need to be be on guard on that defense secretary mark asper defends that training program that brought Mohammed I'll show money to the US these types of programs exchanges are very important our national security we have something that are potential adversaries such as Russia and China don't have which is a an elaborate system of alliances and partnerships and the ability to bring foreign students here to train with us to understand American culture is very important to us building those long term relationships they keep a safer esper on fox news Sunday CBS news update I'm Gary non WCBS news time eight thirty two senator Kerr Stangel brand is calling for new approaches to deal with the growing epidemic of suicide among veterans and active duty military members EE CBS's Steve burns reports suicide rates among veterans and active duty service members had a five year high last year this is a national crisis and we simply aren't doing enough to stop it New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand is trying to change that as she announces several new proposals to the department of defense I'm requesting they review the necessity of many barriers that exist for service members who seek mental health treatment such as the practice of reporting mental health visits to commanders and for recently discharged member she wants to see more outreach and things like job training and internship Saturns are over two times more likely to take their own lives the first year after separating from the military than they are during active duty the V. a recently released numbers from twenty seventeen it showed about seventeen veterans are committing suicide every day at senator telebrands midtown office Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eighty the M. K. police forces planning on adding more than five hundred officers but doubly CBS's Christy collation reports the idea is facing some criticism as the MTA is under significant debt the MTA report seeing its lowest felony rates in history and hopes to see that number drop as more officers are added to buses and trains but the new officers are estimated to cost a corporation two hundred sixty million dollars over four years I'm not increase service in melody the riders will leave the system and it won't have the money to run into Ryan CEO of the citizens budget commission says the MTA's priority should be in working with its labor union in tackling its depth wall increasing productivity it's estimated that adding the new officers will boost the MTA's deficit to one billion dollars by twenty twenty three search service increase productivity reduce court publicly and they can do that if everyone works together the riders labor and leadership two hundred officers are planned to be hired by the end of the month.
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Law enforcement on Friday FBI special agent in charge Rachel Ross number of Saudi students who are close to the shooter I continue to cooperate in this investigation their Saudi commanding officer has restricted them to base several members of Congress are pushing for a halt to the Saudi military training program there defense secretary mark asper has ordered a review of betting procedures while defending that training program CBS news update hi I'm Gerry non W. CBS news time four thirty two senator Kerr scintilla brand is calling for new approaches to deal with the growing epidemic of suicides among veterans and active duty military members EE CBS's Steve burns reports suicide rates among veterans and active duty service members had a five year high last year this is a national crisis and we simply aren't doing enough to stop it New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand is trying to change that as she announces several new proposals to the department of defense I'm requesting they review the necessity of many barriers that exist for service members who seek mental health treatment such as the practice of reporting mental health visits to commanders and for recently discharged member she wants to see more outreach and things like job training and internship Saturns are over two times more likely to take their own lives the first year after separating from the military than they are during active duty the V. a recently released numbers from twenty seventeen it showed about seventeen veterans are committing suicide every day at senator deliverance midtown office Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eighty the MTA is planning on adding more than five hundred officers to its police force but EE CBS's Christy collation reports the idea is facing some criticism as the MTA is under significant debt the MTA report seeing its lowest felony rates in history and hopes to see that number drop is more officers are added to buses and trains but the new officers are estimated to cost a corporation two hundred sixty million dollars over four years I'm not increase service in melody the writers will leave the system and it won't have the money to run that I did it into Ryan CEO of the citizens budget commission says the MTA's priority should be in working with its labor union in tackling its depth wall increasing productivity it's estimated that adding the new officers will boost the MTA's deficit to one billion dollars by twenty twenty three research service increase productivity produced okay and they can do that if everyone works together the riders labor and leadership two hundred officers are planned to be hired by the end of the month with the plan to hire more by the end of twenty twenty the MTA could not be reached for comment critically Shian WCBS newsradio eight eighty democratic house leaders are working on articles of impeachment against president trump CBS news correspondent Tom forty reports congressional Democrats were behind closed doors on Saturday working out details of what's to come next in the impeachment process the house Judiciary Committee holds another hearing tomorrow this is the president repeats his most frequent defense of the July phone call between himself and the president of Ukraine we had a.
Chain of Christian pregnancy centers to offer contraceptives
"A chain of Christian pregnancy centers will offer contraceptives a network of a Christian pregnancy centers in Texas will take the unprecedented step of offering contraceptive options next year has advice for federal funding relinquished by Planned Parenthood the move marks a turning point for faith based pregnancy centers that are opposed to abortions and typically do not provide birth control instead urging abstinence before marriage Planned Parenthood gave up roughly sixty million dollars when it left a federal family planning program in opposition to a new trump administration rule that prohibits abortion referrals the family planning program serves about four million people annually costing US taxpayers about two hundred sixty million dollars I'm Walter Ratliff
Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies
"Eighty four drug companies agreed Monday to a combined two hundred sixty million dollars settlement for their roles in the opioid crisis to avoid a federal trial that was supposed to start yesterday in northeast Ohio this is been in the works for days but for the defendants AmerisourceBergen McKesson cardinal health those of the drug distributors I tell a pharmaceutical that's an Israeli drug makers favorites to deal with Cuyahoga and summit counties here in Ohio to settle so that part of the trial with those defendants will not move forward but Walgreens which is the other defendant was not part of the deal so theoretically the Walgreens trial will move forward the judge said today in the courtroom that that date has yet to be set at CBS news correspondent Adriana de as lot of lawsuits have been filed by local governments over the opioid crisis that killed about four hundred thousand American since nineteen
Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies
"The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we are looking to utilize this money
Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies
"The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we're looking to
Four major players reach settlement in Ohio opioids lawsuit
"Eight what was scheduled as the first federal trial in the opioid crisis will not happen three of the nation's largest drug distributors and a drug manufacturer agreed to a two hundred sixty million dollars settlement to avoid what was to be the first federal opioids trial I'll hold out was the pharmacy chain wall greens which could go to trial months from now if there's no settlement first the agreement resolved a case brought by Ohio's Cuyahoga and summit counties but could lay the groundwork for settlements in some twenty three hundred other opioids cases filed in federal courts nationwide that's ABC's Erica
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"The best place to hold the G. seven summit trump tweeting today blaming do nothing radical left Democrats and their partner the fake news media trump reverses moved to hold the G. seven at a row following a firestorm of criticism US forces are moving from Syria into a rock in northern Syria in B. C.'s Richard Engel says they've been conflicting statements from defense secretary mark as were there not coming home they're just going to go over to a rock where they can continue to fight against ISIS and then this new statement to say well we might leave some of those forces in northern Syria to protect oil fields it's part of trump's withdrawal of troops in Syria that cleared the way for Turkish military operation against the Kurds who fought for years with the US against ISIS for drug companies are striking a last minute legal settlement over their role in the opioid epidemic AmerisourceBergen cardinal health McKesson and tablet settled with two Ohio counties for two hundred sixty million dollars just before a federal trial was set to start this morning Russia is making a not so subtle moved to expand their influence in Africa Vladimir Putin has invited forty seven African leaders to Russia this week to promote Russian involvement in Africa Putin is expected to propose Russian assistance and loans to help African countries without preconditions the summit comes at a time when a number of countries including the US China India and Turkey are also looking to expand their influence in Africa bills emperor NBC news radio you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio NBC's Lester Holt is sitting down tonight with Facebook's mark Zuckerberg on what the company is down to stop interference in the twenty twenty a presidential election the reaction when the war room.
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Fate of the NYPD officer whose chokehold killed Eric garner who was not for selling loose cigarettes immediately after announcing the firing commissioner James o'neill made it clear he takes no pleasure in doing this they're absolutely no victors here today not the garnet family not the community at large and certainly not the courageous men and women of the police department he says he understands if those officers don't like the decision if I was still a cop I probably be mad at me I would not looking out for us but I am despite pressure coming from both sides o'neill says he was unaffected examine the totality of the circumstances and relied on the fax the firing is effective immediately Pantaleo had been on desk duty in the five years since Eric garner's death at one police plaza Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eight hand after today's announcement New York city's police benevolent association police union president Patrick Lynch said rank and file officers feel betrayed by the commissioner's decision to in his words choose politics and self interest over the officers but then added this we are following up that with the call to the governor to have them may your removed from office for malfeasance and non seasons he abandon his post he refuses to do his job and has joined the anti police rhetoric that we already know got to police officers killed the police union sentiment not shared by garner's family we are we leave but we are not selling or torque there's nothing to celebrate because the label will go home were terminated main but this family had to go to a funeral standing with Eric garner's daughter and son the river now Sharpton call for congressional inquiry and the re opening of the grand jury investigations into the death of Eric garner they also called for the state and federal government to formally out law the chill cold that was used on garner short and dismissed claims that panel layers firing was politically motivated I heard the commission to say he served over three decades in the police force now he's a police hate it because he said I'm following the guidelines notably shopping also oppose the latest incidents of violence on police saying they are anti police brutality not for violence against police at the national action network in Harlem Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eight Pantaleo is attorney by the way said he is filing to appeal the firing it's eleven thirty three well the acting director of the federal bureau of prisons lost his title Hugh her it's been reassigned to a different role Attorney General William Barr made the call nine days after Jeffrey F. Steen apparently took his own life while in federal custody in lower Manhattan now her words had served at the agency's acting director since may of last year no reason given for the reassignment but Kathleen hawk Sawyer was named his replacement we'll Planned Parenthood is withdrawing from the federal family planning program called title ten that separates abortion services from other health care services the rules also prohibit Planned Parenthood and other title ten recipients from providing abortion services or even offering information about abortions reproductive rights advocates have called it a gag order CBS news correspondent Tanya Rivero saying that truck new trump administration rule set to take effect tonight well planned parenthood's acting president CEO said the organizations nationwide network will stay open and they'll try to make up for the loss of about two hundred sixty million dollars worth of federal funding they're losing their eleven thirty four stocks job today with the Dow back above twenty six thousand points with the move higher it comes as president trump shrugged off talk of an impending recession he is saying that as is the case that unemployment is still low that other than that big drop last week and some other drops along the way the stock market has been relatively healthy and he has said he does not believe a recession is coming while at the same time he's already making clear who he's going to blame if the economy does go south and it's not going to be himself it's going to be the media because he believes were beating the drum too loudly and too often about the possibility of a recession and the fed which he has really been beating up on at CBS news correspondent chip Reid on the story coming up on eleven thirty six this is doubly CBS on aired eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app you can download it for free they'll listen.
Planned Parenthood exits Title X program, rejects "gag order"
"Planned Parenthood is withdrawing from the federal family planning program title nine CBS correspondent tiny Rivera says the move comes ahead of a new trump administration role that takes effect tonight that separates abortion services from other health care services the rules also prohibit Planned Parenthood and other title ten recipients from providing abortion services or even offering information about abortions reproductive rights advocates have called it a gag order this program being title ten not title nine title ten planned parenthood's acting president and CEO says the organizations nationwide network of health centers will remain open and will strive to make up for the loss of two hundred sixty million dollars in federal
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"From the dream and insurance don't who's women's, she's always, she's always in your dreams and says yet but I'm always here in the morning with you. I was always wake up and I'm here. So, yeah. It's really, really tied together very nicely book into book, and I kinda wish that it started over an atom wake up screaming or something that would have been nice little stinger scene at the end of this, Mr. Quyen were putting together a team. Nice so nice that it doesn't have a sequel. I think for as as successful films, it was, I'm, I'm glad that, it, it doesn't 'cause you're right. I think choices made in a sequel, really would've had unless you go with completely different characters and just keep the recall. Institution, and you'd have had to make choices that, you know, hard, hard, choices that define things for the, the first film that, that keep it nicely ambiguous. And able to be read one way or another. So I really appreciate that. There's no no official sequel out there. I forgot how successful this movie was until they were talking about on the audio commentary. And then looking up, it looks like it was made for anywhere between fifty and sixty five million, depending on who you ask. And then it made upwards of two hundred sixty million dollars off of it. I forgot just how huge this movie was, and that we still, you know, have residents of today, obviously they did a remake of it just a few years ago. But yeah, I kind of wish wouldn't have because I'm fine just remembering the original for wholesale. We talk a little bit about rewatching it now. And I don't know if I've just been SP. Spoiled by other movies. But when I look at the fact that they spent that much on it, I go some of the sets kinda cheap it just. Yeah. Some of the sets look bad. And then I the only thing I don't like about this movie is just how bad that affect of the woman's head coming off of his head in that unreality of him looking. And it's just like, oh man, I, I'm not a proponent of going back and doing an effect again that Italy. But I kinda wish that sees somebody do that as a test. So I could. So go, oh, so it is possible. Some of the special effects are going gonna be like, okay. It's nineteen ninety they were limited, there's only so much they could do, but, but that was the thing for me like some of the sets. Oh my God before cheap. I don't mind cheap look. I think I think they've got personality..
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Forty one the six eighty WCBS news time, three minutes past not o'clock. A member of a local bloods, gang who killed two fellow members for violating gang rules pleads guilty to racketeering and drug conspiracies. A federal investigation has led to the federal indictment of more than two dozen members of the gang four children and three adults are hospitalized with serious injuries in the crash last night in Vologda tractor trailer and three other vehicles on I ninety five between the Baltimore beltway and interstate ninety five a former national security agency employee has been sentenced to five and a half years in prison for taking top. Secret US defense materials back to his elegant city home after pleading guilty Nagai Wong said he took copies of US government documents and writings containing national defense information, so that he could work from home. Nearly twenty six million people visited Baltimore last year generating a five point seven billion dollar impact and more than eighty five thousand jobs convention center events, slated through twenty thirty expected to hallway in two hundred sixty million dollars. Look at sports coming up in a moment in this day and age we all love to have control over our lives control over our online image, our fitness, even our playlist, but what about controlling your wealth and your most important intentions in.
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Leave nearly twenty six million people visited Baltimore last year, generating a five point seven billion dollar impact and more than eighty five thousand jobs convention center, events, slated through twenty thirty expected to haul in two hundred sixty million dollars, Senate, Republicans beginning to schedule votes, and that putting breath capital on the supreme court GOP leaders said a Senate Judy. -ciary committee vote for Friday and hope to confirm capital early next week. Senate Republicans are bringing in a veteran Arizona prosecutor Rachel Mitchell to handle questioning about allegations that capital sexually assaulted a fellow teenager in the nineteen eighties. The first accuser Christine Blasi Ford will testify before the committee on Thursday. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says it makes sense for witness Mark judge to testify what is wrong with having an alleged. I witness smart judge testify. What our Republican friends afraid of it makes eminent sense to have someone who was in the room. At least according to all reports. Testify, Mark judge was capitals classmate both capital and Ford will testify before the Senate on Thursday cavenaugh denies the allegations and says he's not going anywhere. I'll look at sports in a moment. A lot of folks these days like to binge watch.
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Candle here and good morning on a Friday morning to temper twenty one. One of the big news. We're covering cavenaugh hearing. There's some breaking news some different things aspects of it. And we'll cover just minutes. Seven o'clock. Let's go ahead and finish handle on the news. Jennifer, Jones, Lee, Wayne, Resnick and me. Well, the Trump administration is moving some money around to cover the increasing cost of housing immigrant children. And some of that money is coming from health and human services. And some of it is coming from a department of homeland security cancer research, at least this is what the headlines are. And of course, headlines are always exploitative to say the least. But it says the Trump administration is moving two hundred sixty million dollars from cancer research HIV AIDS and other programs to cover the cost of housing an immigrant children. Now, I don't know whether when you talk about and other programs that aren't nearly as controversial. So maybe other programs are two hundred and fifty nine point nine nine million dollars. They're removing a buck. Here's what's interesting. They're taking sixty million roughly from head start the child benefits program three point eight million from HIV programs. It's pretty small nine point eight from hereon Medicaid program operations, not service. Still you're talking about billions of dollars worth of programs. Eight million. So here's what what are you to cover the cost of the housing of the immigrant children because that's such a front of mind. What do you do when you have one of these kids who has HIV aids? Think of that. Okay. Let's just move on. Speaking of immigrant, children thirty four of them were released last week ones who were separated at the border from their parents. But one hundred still have to be reunited..
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"President Trump is now backpedaling from his press conference with Russia's Vladimir, Putin yesterday where he seemed to suggest he, believed Russia did not interfere in the two thousand sixteen election President Putin he, just said it's not Russia I will say this I don't see any reason why it would be a, day after seemingly throwing his intelligence community under the, Boston siding with Vladimir Putin over whether Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen election President. Trump now says he meant to say? Why wouldn't be Russia The strongest respect for our intelligence agencies the president also says he believes those agencies assessment that Russia did interfere in the election Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington MGM resorts. International has announced it's filing. Lawsuits against hundreds of victims of the nation's worst mass shooting in modern history. CBS news Fred hall state. Explains how the company is trying to fight back against, the victims from that tragic, night MGM. Resorts international filing federal lawsuits against more than one thousand victims of the one October shooting the company argues that it can't be held liable for the deaths injuries and other damages because the security. Company that had, hired for that. Night is protected by. Federal anti-terrorism act MGM owns a Mandalay bay that's the venue where the gunman Stephen paddock opened fire from his hotel window lawsuits don't ask for money MGM resorts simply does not want to, be held liable Fred Halstead for CBS news, Las Vegas another huge Off load of drugs by. The coast guard in San Diego today eight tonne seizure was off, loaded in. Barrio Logan coastguard officials say. The drugs intercepted from four smuggling vessels. Between late June in mid-july wholesale value. Of the drugs estimated, to be more than two hundred sixty million dollars for AM seven. Sixty I'm, Michelle Medina, we're just one day away from preview night at comic con in the streets of downtown is almost done being transformed into. A comic, wonderland news eight Abby Alfred has the story from interactive boots to a variety of panels there's a lot to see and do at the four day convention we met an attendee from Taiwan Comecon says. One hundred thirty five thousand badge holder represent eighty countries this year Hubbard drive will be closed from park too I for security reasons taxis and ride shares can pick up and. Drop off in the gas. Lamp area but not on harbor in front of the convention center this is. The forty ninth year for..
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Planned parenthood clinics are also major recipients for grants for family planning a basic preventative care hawkins group is circulating a petition to urge lawmakers in congress to support trump's proposal known as title x the nation's family planning program serves currently four million women a year through clinics this cost taxpayers two hundred sixty million dollars they say planned parenthood clinics also qualify for title actually titled ten i apologize say well ten titled ten grants but they must keep the family planning money separate from funds used to pay for abortions see this is where it really gets tricky the republican led congress has unsuccessfully tried to deny federal funds planned parenthood and the trump administration has vowed to religious associate conservatives would keep up the effort okay so here's the thing it's i mean religion or no religion i've known people that have i have not really affiliated very religiously with one denomination or another that does not does not want to be a part of an abortion process and us paying tax dollars may for some of us seem so remote look i pay my taxes whether it goes to schools whether it goes to school safety whether goes to trump salary which i don't think he's taken by the way if it goes to politician salaries look i pay the taxes just do what you need to with lindy low but you have other people who really feel that there is that trail basically that paper trail from a sin standpoint that will lead federal money going to an abortion back to what they paid and that is very distressing for somebody who's very religious i get that and so you know my argument with this is whether versus legal or not or whether you're pro choice pro life where you want the government evolved or you don't want the government involved with your lights those are separate issues the issue that remains that i think needs to be changed is our tax paying dollars going to.
House fails to pass farm bill because of fight over immigration
"Beneficial isd officer was wounded explosive devices were located inside the school and suspicious material was discovered in the surrounding area nearby residents are warned to be on the lookout the father of one santa fe student told houston station ktar k that his son could hear the repeated racking of a shotgun and empty shells hitting the floor as the attack ensued wade goodwin npr news the trump administration plans to roll out a reagan era rule that would bar federal funding for women's health providers if they offer or even talk about abortion as an option npr sarah mccamman has more entitled ten it's about a two hundred sixty million dollar a year program and in many places and many states planned parenthood which of course does provide abortions is the largest or one of the largest providers of care through title ten that's npr's sarah mccamman a key block of conservatives in the gop control house is blocking passage of the eight hundred sixty seven billion dollar farm bill happened today over an unrelated fight involving immigration more from npr's kelsey snell thirty members of the influential house freedom caucus voted against the farm bill because leaders wouldn't guarantee a speedy vote on a strict immigration bill conservatives want to vote on legislation that goes beyond previous republican immigration proposals it would crack down on illegal border crossings and curb legal immigration that's kelsey snell reporting and investigations underway into a plane crash involving a cuban state run airline shortly after takeoff no official confirmation on injuries or deaths npr's carrie kahn says the boeing seven thirtyseven was carrying more than one hundred people when it went down near the jose marti airport in havana the plane which was rented by kuban airlines crashed into a farm field just after takeoff around noon local time the plane was headed to the nearby city of old photos from the scene shell flames and heavy black smoke omitting from the wreckage as firefighters tried to douse it with water according to the associated press government officials including the newly appointed president miguel the canal rushed to the scene as well as a large number first responders state media say a foreign crew was operating the plane but did not elaborate kubina airlines has been renting planes since many of its aging aircraft have been taken out of service.
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"Essence of man sometimes i can pick up and essence of a person just by hearing their voice and and sometimes it it's it's visual and voice you know on video and sometimes if i don't get it there in person i can tell an essence of a man what they're all about that's what they're all about and you know the only thing i can say our president is a fool if he will be led into that trap because he will go down and i don't know what we can do other than than in our time or whether we we hear yanni are laura or whatever on that thing we ought to be getting together some kind of campaign to get the president's attention on this and with him not to go into that yes thank you so i appreciate it appreciate you listening oh you got rid of i wanted to know what she thought about me but with my voice well maybe she'll call back she probably knows she probably already knows about you oh really the president united states weekly standard article trump to cut planned parenthood funding administration will announce friday article by john mccormack says that the executive action is based on a nineteen eightyeight reagan regulation but yet but he can't eliminate most of planned parenthood's federal funding the trump administration will announce a proposed rule to cut taxpayer funding to abortion it's like planned parenthood under title ten a program that provides two hundred sixty million dollars annually in federal funding for contraception and other family planning initiatives the proposal would require a.
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"The deal with a hospitals surprise surprise and now wants to squeeze the hospitals even more in order to balance this date budget and the hospitals are back in out of the original deal they made with the governor the deal that the legislature took into account when it formulated the budget back in october and if the hospitals beko then you're going to see a deficit already in the whole by more than a quarter of a billion dollars explode and that's this current fiscal year now what does that mean well keep in mind the governor has already proposed in order to balance the budget on a two hundred twenty four milliondollar deficit has proposed to raise the sales tax to six point nine nine percent has proposed to raise the real estate conveyance tax has proposed to raise the cigarette tax is considering proposing that tolls be added to our highways and byways so that should be a concern for everybody and that's on a two hundred twenty four milliondollar deficit wasn't going to be like when the deficit explodes to a half billion dollars which it seems were heading towards that number anyway i maintain the deficit has higher than the two hundred sixty million dollars they're telling us now that's the latest figure two hundred sixty million dollars so how do you get out of this and then an and everybody by the way is going back on deals either gulf you're watching the dispute between the hartford yard goats and the city of hartford and again it's at all has to do with the state and in this case a capital city that's so broke the now going back on their word hey what a surprise we'll get into that after the news plus your calls at eight eight eight five seven four to seven to three the fox news.
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"Don't know what to do and they don't really have a strong strategy so one way or another wall through these realize it's a perfect opportunity for us to do something strategic which may mean taking a very large investment or maiming entering some kind of partnership for the large for some sort of hybrid model with a large brick and mortar chain because i think those they add what i like to call the god of economic have spoken and the right model is upper can click model that's the most efficient model so ultimately overstocked long as in some sort of a hybrid form with the large chain whether when are the other i don't know or taking a very large investment that we've shown the wall but we can doing two hundred sixty million dollars little to show you what we can do on billion or two weapons guys who spilled out much before the morning caught now i know you've been a vocal advocate of cryptocurrency overstock was the retailer to accept bitcoin back in 2014 how does overstock hope to drive cryptocurrency and blockchain's technology well first within overstocked by taking bitcoin i'm in the new year i think we'll be giving some discount for people who spend the bitcoin we uh that just as encourage people use it but we started a venture capital group within overstock medici run by jonathan johnson the man of just iran for governor and he lost in a squeaker but now he's back any runs medici which is this venture capitalist seller raider within overstock it's made nine or uh two and i think fourteen block chain investments and different companies that are involved in block chain and bitcoin and then we we they stay harness the best talent we have overstock he's blocked chain projects john uh two we're really very immersed in this world a block hand we think that block change in remake the world even more than the internet did so we're very deeply immersed in it you said something along the lines of the internet was disruptive basically one industry publishing blocked chain his disruptive to hundred in it industries at exactly right that's exactly right so this this will be fascinating to watch so men do you see what it it's it's kind of this vc incubator accelerator kind of reactivity yeah exactly we have the funds we make investments in other people's companies sometimes when we see the right idea or get the right entrepeneurship we bring a.
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"Uh uh uh that i still can't wrap my brain routes if you put a hundred dollars into bitcoin in two thousand ten today that would be worth over two hundred sixty million dollars what's yes it is it is truly truly odd believable uh what is happening can you get your money bagged if you wanted to absolutely can and you know what's what's so amazing about this in two thousand in twelve so i was two years late to that but in two thousand in twelve i wrote an article about bitcoin and as a typical do i like to actually draw in the water try these things before i tell other people to do them so i took twenty dollars and i bought whatever you know as much as i could buy with twenty dollars at the time out yeah my point was at twelve dollars so i got like one and a half or something like that that original twenty dollars is now worth ten thousand dollars bill that was just on a crazed lark i'm going to write this article about this digital money i ha ha i'm gonna buy twenty dollars of it and that is now ten thousand dollars actually i gave him i saw uh uh you know a chunk of that and i he's held onto with the whole time and and i have as well and i've gotten so far up to this it down the rabbit holy this will blow your mind to uh i actually presently am teaching and online class about all of this because so many people have asked me about it and i actually presently own 23 cryptocurrency so there's bitcoin but then i own twenty two others in addition to that hoping to me before being that bitcoin tomorrow and my my favorite one is going only like twenty cents right now well there's there's so much of this and i'm i'm totally sold on this idea that money is going to be replaced by this.
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Going hey jimmy welcome back eight george good to be back with you happy thanksgiving hugh to did you have a good one i did i you know i i i chuckled a few minutes guy remember the story you've told some years ago about inviting a bunch of people to your home and then somebody laugh with all the leftovers yes couldn't even make a little sandwich free his tulsa here i took a little gnat as you know cook managua's pilfered everything was close tells me a lot of leftovers i'm thankful we still have a lotta leftovers here at our free tommy tells me you're in the bitcoin to these days the no eight i am an and somebody was joking with me other danny had made me dexter next financial miracle is bitcoin i it's it's it's a remarkable thing that's happening and i'll give your audience one number that i still can't rat my brain around if you put a hundred dollars in bitcoin in two thousand ten today that would be worth over two hundred sixty million dollars what's yes it is it is truly truly on believable uh what is happening action you shower actually can you get your money back if you watch absolutely can and you know what's what's so amazing about this in two thousand in twelve so i was two years late to that but in two thousand eight twelve i wrote an article about bitcoin and as i typically do i like to actually stick my toan to try these things out before i tell other people to do them so i took twenty dollars and i bought whatever you know as much as i could buy with twenty dollars at the time house yeah bitcoin was that twelve dollars so i.
"two hundred sixty million dollars" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"The did the roberts amac cgi more cap that everybody heights yet strength of hollow slurs career is this made nonmanned this wasn't a picks off what all was not a disney animation will lizzy mistake in ah the direct assam and wells did the time machine which i quite enjoy the era gosh you're also probably not good but i like it yeah i i didn't i did not say this who what keyboard go to see a movie called mas needs moms i guess moms bring their kids tallinn's would bring it for the night a tattoo size are obviously did it yeah dart like it so is marking the name didn't even come loose dry i that we could agree nam mas names mas needs mums let me check mm man's needs moms the strategy in relates yet knock light in was called moms they got well no wonder tanked it is threatened or row culturally unaware isn't edita here nim died in say it and i never will it's going to talk about some other i got some other disney ones already sure i do the line ryan job i'll yes which i maintain is fine i understand why tanked eight apparently cost anywhere between two two hundred twenty five and two hundred fifty million which if you see the movie it's kinda baffling like there's a lot of johnny depp running on a ladder across of trying to lead ride headdress yet that not shape that's a different birth add to kill every day it's sure yet and johnny depp always wanted a fresh per wasn't aim for the film now character wasn't supposed to have these demanded fresh skippered and he every day he still does it hey sunday some scarves lost two hundred sixty million dollars i only soldiers because avas kind of force due at the time like let's go see this i'm like i don't want it now and then i was surprised how much i didn't hide it mm at.
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"Winter feld castle was seen on hbo's game of thrones and in real life white so alluring in person brought they've done has taken this image of copied in pace stuck it on the other side cgi no matter the fans of arguably the greatest tv show ever made this is like a pilgrimage to the principal location northern ireland this is where it all began the very opening sequence of game of thrones was filmed here cgi the natural scenery so much there's no need and our guide thorn what you will discover as they break with convention he's an extra on the power have series can you tell you can see there were looking straight dine and into robs camp which is the area than behind me well the north just one of many tours now milking the connections the view ends visas that on the last that will take you into the throne ruined over fifty bucks or on the bus were going to the oldest advance award and you can see an old from the dark hedges through the iron the young will kind of climbs up the outside of that and looks thin he sees all the scary stuff and he sees a girl pinned to the trade he was attached here so he's looking up looking in here and then he runs away with a little calls play threatening this is changing the fabric of society in this one's restive province the how to do in the past you know it wasn't uncommon to get stopped at belfast people come along and is a catholic or protestant now i was so many people involved in game of thrones you more likely to be stopped night ice and asked if you're alama star two series worth an estimated two hundred sixty million dollars plus two northern ireland in production jobs and tours.