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Protests Flare After Police Kill Black Man During a Trafic Stop
"But Chris Foster protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota outside Minneapolis or the police shooting death of a 20 year old black man during a traffic stop. We saw rocks and other objects thrown at the police department. There were reports of shots fired in the area of the police department, State Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington. Police say the suspect had a warrant out for his arrest and was shot getting back in the car to drive off. President Biden meets with members of Congress today from both parties about his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Mississippi Republican Senator Roger Wicker balked at the price tag on ABC is this week way to have for me, Transportation Secretary P Buddha judge said on Fox News Sunday. We don't have a lot of work to do to persuade the American people that U. S infrastructure needs major improvement. The White House has really state by state numbers outlining the dire shape of roads, bridges, the power grid and affordable housing boxes. Time to J powers. Americans listening to Fox News. Going gorgeous. Yes, Tom. So you deal when
Biden calls for Navalny's immediate release
"President President Joe Biden Joe Biden today said today said the days the days of the U. of S the rolling U. S rolling over over to Russian to Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin are gone are gone as he called as he for called the immediate for the immediate release release of Russian of Russian opposition opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. His first His first visit visit to the State to the State Department Department is president is president by by issued issued his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of of Putin Putin as large as large protests protests of broken of broken out throughout out throughout Russia Russia following following the jailing the jailing of Navalny. of Navalny. Thousands Thousands of protesters of protesters have been have arrested. been arrested. The new American The new American president president was also was seeking also seeking to make clear to make to clear the world to the world that he's making that he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn away from Putin, from Putin, following following the presidency the presidency of of Donald Donald Trump, Trump, who avoided who avoided direct direct confrontation confrontation often often thought to thought to downplay downplay The The Russian Russian leader's leader's actions actions binds binds comments comments on Russia on came Russia came as he asserted as he asserted abroad abroad reset reset of American of American foreign foreign policy, policy, including including reversing reversing Trump's Trump's ordered ordered to withdraw to withdraw U. S U. troops S troops stationed stationed in Germany. in Germany. Ending support Ending support for Saudi for Saudi Arabia Arabia as as military military offensive offensive in Yemen in Yemen and promising and promising to support to support laid laid against against being being less less lesbian lesbian and gay rights and gay rights is the cornerstone is the cornerstone of democracy. of democracy. Amelia Amelia Vega Vega reports. reports. President President Joe Biden Joe Biden declared. declared. American American diplomacy diplomacy is back is back and announced and announced major major changes changes in foreign in foreign diplomacy. diplomacy. America America is back. is back. America America is back. is back. Diplomacy Diplomacy is back is back at the center at the center of our foreign of our foreign policy policy during his during first his visit first visit to the State to the Department State Department as president as president Biden Biden offered offered his strongest his strongest condemnation condemnation of Russian of Russian President President Vladimir Vladimir Putin Putin for the for crackdown the crackdown on thousands on thousands of protesters of protesters throughout Russia throughout Russia following following the jailing the jailing of opposition of opposition leader leader Alexei Alexei Navalny. Navalny. The political The political the motivated the motivated jailing jailing from Alexey from Alexey Navalny. Navalny. The Russian The Russian efforts to efforts suppress to suppress freedom freedom of expression of expression and peaceful and peaceful assembly assembly are are matter matter of deep of deep concern concern to US to and US and the international the international community. community. Mr Navalny, Mr Navalny, like all like Russian all Russian citizens citizens is entitled is entitled to his rights to his rights under the under Russian the Russian Constitution. Constitution. He's been targeted. He's been targeted. Targeted Targeted for exposing for exposing corruption. corruption. He should be released He should be released immediately immediately and without and condition. without condition. Fighting made Fighting clear made to clear the world to the world that he's that making he's making a dramatic a dramatic turn away turn from away Putin from Putin following following the presidency the presidency of Republican of Republican Donald Trump, Donald Trump, who often who often sought to sought downplay to downplay the Russian the Russian leader's leader's actions actions against against the U. S. the U. S. I made it I clear made it to clear President to President Putin Putin and a manner and very a manner different very different from my predecessor. from my predecessor. But the days But the days of the United of the States United States rolling rolling over over The face The of face Russia's of Russia's aggressive aggressive actions actions interfering interfering with our elections. with our elections. Cyber Cyber attacks attacks Poison Poison its citizens its citizens are over. are over.
How TPA Is Leading The Alliance
"Morning. Good afternoon and good evening. Welcome to security rabbit hole to another edition of the down the security rabbit hole. Podcast this i have got the james back on the show james. Good good to have you back. Yeah welcome to the welcome to the new year man. It's yes we some twenty twenty thousand officially twenty twenty. Not you know ten minutes later. You made a you got through the new year. Okay no casualties. Yeah now say made it through You know chilly on the other side but hopefully in a month or so. It'll start warming up for us right. Yeah well it's it's january end of january ish so Middle of january. I think we're issue that center the middle of january so Yeah it's gonna hit you get back in the sixties any day. Now maya will entry outside. That has completely wilted because it's like what the heck it's been in the upper twenties at night but all right enough about the weather. And the post apocalyptic twenty twenty one year you guys know part of the skewed visor alliance otherwise known as the alliance if you're part of in your security leadership you absolutely should be. I'll look us up on length dan. It's we'll talk a little bit more about how to joining and get things done. But basically a community of seaso's insecurity leads that to make the world better and get to get a little get a little community income roderick process and to that end we have a new executive director boy. Wouldn't it be great if we had him on. The show and so here is gary. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much happy to be here calling in from sunny sunny southern california. It's absolutely beautiful. Yeah that's that's that's beautiful. I love that Are you guys What's your what's your temperatures there. You're the seventy six no no. I'm actually embarrassed to say that it's going to be eighty five degrees here today. L. man all right. Yeah yeah yeah. I apologize for that theft. Never apologize i kind of wish it was here all right so a little bit of your background and we'll kind of dive into the alliance of what you're going to be doing it. Sure so this has been a long path for me in the In the cybersecurity space. I actually started in in the Early nineteen eighties. Eight eight dating myself. That way. But i think i was in it before i even knew i was in it. If that makes sense. I was learning what it wasn't a thing But at the same time. I was still doing what other guys were doing. And that's you know. Hey there was some technology beginning to get implemented in places and And there was a general sense that you had to worry about how it got secured Working with a A defense contractor in the dc area and they brought in wang word processing systems. And now you're now you're really dating. Oh this is this is crazy for yet. Do you wanna stop here. I am i. Am i too old for the show great. I don't know how many of our listeners remember the way god a while well. Or how deep. The penetration of that product was across especially across government. It was used really well so anyway. I sort became Someone who one of the people who understood the the underpinnings of wang a little bit and and what have you. And i'm not saying i'm proud of that. I'm just saying i did it. And along the way the. Us state department decided to standardize on on wang systems. They had no No computing technology in embassies and consulates around the world Back in those days the only means of communicating if you were working in an embassy or consulate was by sending telegrams sending cables and those were all done very secure rooms. And you know you kinda typed out a telegram. Carry it up to the to the communication center it was re entered into a into a cable system and sent out to whatever. The destination was so word processing was a huge step up as you can imagine at that time and and they rightly got a little bit worried about what. What does it mean. If we start putting these things all over the world and And i had the good fortune to be recruited at that time and later mentored by By one of the people. I think is really one of the sort of unsung giants in the in the cybersecurity. Space guy name lynn mcnulty Who later became a significant player. Nist and variety of other places but but lynn was tasked with building a what they called the computer security team For the department state he
"u. s department state" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Best five voters is what's an effect, which says essentially that those who have been convicted of certain felonies but have completed all terms of their sentence, including both Indian coverage of term on Also, any financial terms can be eligible to vote We have at the department state continued throughout. To process voter registration applications and identify those who would be ineligible. There are two significant classes of felonies that are excluded from the outset from amendment force provisions, namely murders and spelling sex offenses. So those two groups we pull out automatically and forward two supervisors. On were also reviewing those applications for any who might still owe outstanding financial obligations. So that we have that pool identified on upon receiving a final ruling from the court can act accordingly. On this position of those voter files. All right, I think I should say on amendment for It's important. We put up guidance and frequently asked questions Sectional, Our department state website. We understand that there could be at this point and Floridians who are unclear about the status of the amendment and thus their eligibility, whether or not they're eligible to vote so before the August primary, we added it frequently asked questions section to our website. So that any voter with questions about their eligibility and whether they could lawfully vote in the upcoming election. Khun Go there for resource is Has Florida experienced any attempts at hacking into our Voters database or are tabulating machines. So every single day foreign and domestic actors attempt to penetrate our networks. So hacking attempts absolutely every single day, but a couple of things that are important to understand, and this is a great point. I'm glad that this came up. Is Florida's vote tabulation machines are at no point during the voting process connected to the Internet. We use hand marks paper ballots. On and machines are not connected to the Internet during the voting process..
CEOs Of 4 Tech Giants To Testify Before House Panel Hearing
"So, today could go down in history as the tech industries. Big Moment for the first time. The four CEOS of tech giant's Amazon apple, facebook Google will appear together before Congress will not exactly together via digital video, really the sign of our times, right? The big overarching question here. Do the biggest tech companies used their power to hurt competitors and help themselves and Lena. Seljuk is here to cover this and just to disclose that all four of these companies are among NPR's financial supporters okay. Alina. That these companies are really big. So why is Congress doing this hearing now? Right, I think lawmakers are finally considering whether they need to take a more active role in policing these powerful platforms is companies have long been held in high regard as models, of Americans, scrappy ingenuity, but they stopped being scrappy startups. A long time goes you point out and put together. Now they're worth almost five trillion dollars for their entire existence. They faced very little regulation. In recent years, critics have piled on accusations of anti competitive behaviour, the Justice Department state attorneys, General started investigations, and so has the committee that's holding this hearing they've been investigating for over a year, and today is the last stop on that journey. Also is is, is this accusation of anticompetitive behaviors that really the focus here? That's the expectation that competition will be at the center stage The four companies are, of course, very different. Lots of nuance there. Generally, critics have been saying how competing with at least three of them. Amazon apple and Google. Is like playing against a team that also owns the stadium, hires the referees and writes the rules of the game like what don't they do? You said, they're all different I mean, can you talk about what some of the different questions might be for free to the different companies? Sure bit of a dense list, but let me try to hit some of the biggest themes for Amazon's Jeff. bezos. The world's richest person sexually has first appearance before Congress. But if the committee sticks to the topic I'm expecting lots of questions about whether Amazon exploited state ED collects from other sellers on the platform for its own benefit back to this idea of Amazon both running the marketplace and selling it for apple's Tim Cook. Questions are likely to focus on the APP store and whether apple gives itself. itself an unfair advantage and how charges developers for every transaction there for Google's Sundar Pichai. The big themes are Google's dominant search and digital advertising where the company controls almost a third of the market. FACEBOOK's Mark Zuckerberg into the hill a lot. Lately, he'll probably get more questions about disinformation and political speech, but also how the company buys or copies its competitors, all the companies are expected to push back that they face a lot of competition and that they represent a big success story of American innovation. Hearing is the end of a year long investigation. What happens after this? Right. So the committee will finish and publish the results I spoke with Gene Kimmelman former department of Justice antitrust official. Now, consumer group public knowledge, and he sums up the question at the heart of all this beyond a simple antitrust case. What does the law needs to look like to ensure that we have open vibrant competition in digital marketplace? So maybe there will be a pathway to reconsider existing loss. Maybe right. New Ones, which, of course, the companies will fight tooth and nail. If you're Zelina. Cellular. Glean.
Inmates got relief payments by mistake, IRS wants money returned
"Hundreds of thousands of dollars in corona virus relief payments went to people incarcerated in jail or in prison and now the IRS says they want their money back is Jill NATO from fox after Congress passed the coronavirus rescue package back in March some people behind bars got stimulus checks of twelve hundred dollars the IRS says that was a mistake and has directed state prison department state intercept those payments and return them the agency doesn't have exact numbers yet but in one example the Kansas department of corrections intercepted more than two hundred thousand dollars however the legislation the produce those payments doesn't specifically exclude prisoners from getting money tax attorney Kelly herb says the IRS has no legal basis for trying to get those checks back till NATO fox news
"u. s department state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Yes right well that's what well as I said more more tests are being performed every day and as we learn about the results that are being reported around the country of coronavirus test our experts continue to look at the numbers and see that well some ninety percent of Americans that are tested do not test positive for the coronavirus and so it can give you a sense of the magnitude of testing that's going on with the number of cases that we reported today but it's it's in some cases near to ten times that that have been tested but let me also emphasize how important it was in answering these questions for governors and local officials that the president stood up FEMA and the national response center where we brief governors yesterday now every governor and their state department state health departments have the ability to reach out with to our regional FEMA administrators and that's how is the president said we're sorting out those potential conflicts between very significant federal purchases and procurements and and as hospitals and state governments are purchasing as well I think the new streamlined system operating now in all fifty states in our territories of governors and states going through their regional administrator for FEMA is going to make it more possible for us to ensure that our hospitals are healthcare providers have access to what's available on the open market and elsewhere president.
"u. s department state" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yes right well that's what well as I said more more tests to be performed every day and as we learn about the results that are being reported around the country of coronavirus test our experts continue to look at the numbers and see that while some ninety percent of Americans that are tested do not test positive for the corona virus and so it can give you a sense of the magnitude of testing that's going on with the number of cases that we reported today but it's it's in some cases near to ten times that that have been tested but let me also emphasize how important it was in answering these questions for governors and local officials that the president stood up FEMA and the national response center where we brief governors yesterday now every governor and their state department state health departments have the ability to reach out with to our regional FEMA administrators and that's how is the president said we're sorting out those potential conflicts between very significant federal purchases and procurements and and as hospitals and state governments are purchasing as well I think the new streamlined system operating now in all fifty states in our territories of governors and state going through their regional administrator for FEMA it's going to make it more possible for us to ensure that our hospitals are healthcare providers have access to what's available on the open market and elsewhere in front.
"u. s department state" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"As well as I said more more tests to be performed every day and as we learn about the results that are being reported around the country of coronavirus test our experts continue to look at the numbers and see that well some ninety percent of Americans that are tested do not test positive for the corona virus and so it can give you a sense of the magnitude of testing that's going on with the number of cases that we reported today but it's it's in some cases near to ten times that that have been tested but let me also emphasize how important it was in answering these questions for governors and local officials that the president stood up FEMA in the national response center where we brief governors yesterday now every governor and their state department state health departments have the ability to reach out with to our regional FEMA administrators and that's how is the president said we're sorting out those potential conflicts between very significant federal purchases and procurements and and as hospitals and state governments are purchasing as well I think the new streamlined system operating now in all fifty states in our territories of governors and states going through their regional administrator for FEMA is going to make it more possible for us to ensure that our hospitals are healthcare providers have access to what's available on the open market and elsewhere president.
Chicago-area preschooler among latest cases of COVID-19
"The pre school or in the northwest suburbs has tested positive for covert nineteen the patient is the youngest person in Illinois to be diagnosed with the virus Judy **** is live in Bartlett with more more Judy Judy good good morning morning this this is is a a learning learning center center for for kids kids ages ages three three to to five five a a letter letter that that went went out out to to parents parents says says that that this this student student is in isolation the letter did not release any additional information this call may be the youngest patient so far in the state until now the youngest patient was nine years old independent center for learning is in school district U. forty six it is the state's second largest school district C. P. S. is the largest governor JB Pritzker ordered all schools closed for the rest of the month while CPS students will be out until April twenty first U. forty six administrators say they have not yet decided whether their schools will remain closed past the thirtieth until now again the health department stated the victims of covert nineteen in the state ranged in age from nine to ninety nine the governor reported one hundred thirty four new cases and three more deaths will county man in his fifties passed away also a cook county woman in her eighties and a Florida woman in her seventies who was visiting Springfield health officials say the spiking cases as a result of rapid spread and increased testing
"u. s department state" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It's there for five years and it usually takes quite a bit of time to spend all day so the idea somehow that during the couple of months in July August and September eleventh fifty five to forty days depending on how you count that this was somehow denying critical assistance to the Ukrainians on the front lines right then it's simply not true now the house managers have tried to pivot away from that because they know it's not true to say no it was the signal to the Russians it was a signal of lack of support that the Russians would pick up on and it's critical even Ukrainians didn't know that the aid had been pause and part of the reason was it they never brought it up in any conversations with representatives of the US government and its ambassador Volker testified everything is in the US government didn't bring it up to them because they didn't want anyone to know they didn't want to put out any signal that might be perceived by the Russians or by the Ukrainians is any sign of lack of support it was kept internal to the U. S. government faith pointed to the some emails that someone in the department of defense the department state were Cooper received from unnamed embassy staffers suggesting that it was a question about the aid for her testimony was she couldn't even remember what the question really was and she didn't want to speculate there's not evidence in any decision makers in the Ukraine government knew about the pause and just the other day another article came out I believe.
"u. s department state" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"When are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of this station its management or Beasley media group from Washington to Wall Street Americans is on the and good Thursday morning America's first news continues on this twenty first day of November AFN markets on the way numbers as slightly down yesterday as there was a report out of Reuters and said the U. S. and China may not agrees to even a phase one a deal this year we'll discuss it later on this hour with a fans at Chris for space but first in your news this morning house impeachment investigators will hear today from two key witnesses who were alarmed by how the president and others were conducting foreign policy in Ukraine David Holmes is a political counselor at the US embassy in Kiev beyond a hell's a former White House national security a bowl of our scheduled for public hearings meanwhile house Intel chair Adam Schiff on Wednesday zeroing in on new information revealed by Deputy Assistant secretary of defense Laura Cooper Cooper telling lawmakers Ukraine was concerned about the hold on security assistance as early as July twenty fifth that date significant according to Democrats because that's the day president trump called Ukraine's president on July third at four twenty three PM they received an email from the state department stating that they had heard that the CN is currently being blocked by OMB this apparently refers to the congressional notification state would stand.
The Murder of Heather Dawn Church
"It took almost two years to find the remains of Heather Church and the crime scene where the remains were found offered offered no clues as to who the perpetrator of this abduction and murder could be the daily sentinel ran an article with the headline girls remains pains found after two year search this from the Associated Press the article labeled Timothy Belbek. The man who found her skull and reported ended his findings as a transient camper and states the death was ruled a homicide and the coroner's report indicates. Heather suffered blunt force trauma trauma to the head. This article has some interesting pieces of information in here as well. It goes on to say heather was last seen wearing white cotton mm pajamas and no shoes she had laid out an outfit for school and her wedding was rumbled as if she was asleep until something Ed awaken her enter Lou Smit who is loose mic captain his detective that likes to climb in and out of windows. NDO is probably best known for his involvement in the Jon Benet Ramsey case. I think he's on the smaller side to captain that might make give him the the extra super ability of climbing in and out of windows you'd think so. I don't think he looks small to me. I didn't either but I read read some story where he decided. When he first became a police officer he needed to balk up because he was like I want to say he was like five have six to maybe five seven but like one hundred and fifty pounds when he first started on the force he got into some situation where he said a A large woman was attempting to drag him across the street and she was having some success and that's when he decided I got to start going to the gym. I got beef up if I'm going to be there. I think that was my mother. Well you know I like to use the term supercop loose-knit. It is certainly a super cop in his career. He worked on more than two hundred murder cases in which a suspect had been arrested and tried for for their crimes he was a detective with the Colorado Springs Police Department. He joined the force way back in nineteen sixty six and worked his way way all the way up to the rank of detective. Liu help to get the arrest and conviction of spree killer Freddie Glenn and his accomplice. This Michael Corbett Glenn was found guilty of murdering three people in Nineteen seventy five at one of them being a Karen grammer. That's correct correct this including the killing of Karen grammer younger sister of actor Kelsey grammer he was also involved in the arrest and conviction Shen of Michael Corbett. This was Freddie Glenn's accomplice so together we have. Glenn who was found guilty of murdering three people nineteen seventy five Glenn Corbett together were responsible for a total of five deaths in and around Colorado Springs back in nineteen seventy five so now I would like to introduce you to another man John Anderson now. I'm not talking about money in the bank in Seminole Wind John Anderson no I'm talking about the John Anderson who I will deem to be another supercop. Anderson was sworn in in January of Nineteen Ninety five have as El Paso County's new sheriff and with him came loose smit Anderson wanted two things one for Lou Smith to take over as captain of detectives in El Paso County and to to solve heather churches case which by this time nineteen ninety-five was looking like it would never be solved in the over three years of the case law enforcement really only developed per the evidence evidence in interviews a few suspects some of the members of Heather's Church at one point turned on one another heather's Sunday schoolteacher teacher and a family friend were questioned extensively as we're heather's parents everyone police in the FBI looked at either had an the iron clad alibi passed a polygraph test or both again this included heather's parents Diane and might definitely a lot of suspicion towards awards the parents. I think when you have a case like this where you have no leads no clues. That's Kinda where the direction that it just naturally takes on yeah now in nineteen ninety five loose-knit took over as captain of detectives and he took over the Heather Church investigation. Lou is pretty old school and he said that regardless of what other people thought that they knew about the case case Mike and Diane Church were not suspects. He said he knew very early on in his investigation that they together nor separate were involved loved in any way after meeting them both and speaking with them separately. Smith believed they were truly victims and far too good of people to do something so terrible is not clear whether or not they took polygraph test and passed or not right the information nation. I have that came from the sheriff's. Department states that they did okay now. Smith also offered up after speaking with the parents he offered up. Some of his expert opinions on the case to the parents have either. He told them he would catch the man that killed her. He said he he believed the perpetrator was an intelligent mail and that his name was already in the case file he also believed unlike the FBI that the motive behind why the PERP entered the church home may not have been sexual. Smith wanted to start his investigation at the very very beginning and reviewing the case he noted the recovery of fingerprints from the Crime Scene Captain Schmidt recognized that although the prince had been forwarded to both the FBI in the CBI he was aware that there were in fact ninety two separate automated fingerprint identification systems or Apis for short so here we are once more capped at the latent fingerprints left on the master bedroom window screen from from inside Heather Churches House. Yet seems like that's the biggest piece of evidence. We have forensics expert. Thomas Carney was is the man who educated smit on the trouble with the fingerprint systems in fact Carney he came from Miami. He worked in law enforcement and and Miami he was the first person to compile a list of the eighth systems in the United States Canada and Mexico and Short North America as said this number as of nineteen ninety five was ninety two of these systems. Carney Arne put together ninety two sets of black and white photographs of the prince that they found on the window screen and this was to be mailed off off to all ninety two automated finger printing identification systems in March of Nineteen ninety-five. They got the call they were waiting on for years so sound the trumpets Captain Burke where we're still working on the trumpets your occur at that was good taking lessons. That was good but I mean we. We need some actual real trumpets. They got a match and fact they got two matches one in California and one in Louisiana so ninety two of these different places they send off these photographs two of them. Call back and say hey we we gotta match for you on those fingerprints that you sent us
State Dept. ramps up probe into Clinton email server: report
"State department is stepping up its email probe of ETS of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton details on that from correspondent Jeff mackay The Washington Post reports as president trump administration is investigating the emails of dozens of current and former senior state department officials who sent emails to Clinton's private email when she left the department state department investigators have contacted up to one hundred thirty officials in recent
"u. s department state" Discussed on KTOK
"Edmond. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the news center. This is Oklahoma. I news flood watch until seven tonight. And we could see hail today. Our forecast is coming up police and Edmund say they fatally shot naked man after chasing him inside a house. It happened yesterday. After two women ran to a neighbor's house where one of the women said her boyfriend had assaulted her witnesses say they saw the man stripping off his clothes. He ran down the street. Officers chased the man until he forced his way inside a house, and they used a stun gun but failed to get the man under control they shot him. During a struggle. Hugo residents are demanding answers in last week's officer involved shooting that hurt an armed robbery suspect and three children in his car. Jim foresight reports the residents demonstrated yesterday demanding police released a report on the shooting and videos of the shooting twenty one year old William devan Smith was wanted for an armed robbery at a pizza restaurant. He was treated and released from a hospital in Paris, Texas and booked into the Choctaw. County jail on an aggravated robbery complaint. The three injured children are aged five four and one they were taken to a hospital in Tulsa with non-life threatening injuries and illegal immigrant who got a job at the Tulsa airport is going to federal prison. Here's Katie okays. Beth Myers a Mexican national and the United States illegally who got a restaurant job at Tulsa international airport, and then applied for a security identification. Badge and lied about being a US citizen has been sentenced to five months in federal prison. The badge that Thirty-three-year-old one manual Mata, crews applied for would have allowed him unrestricted access to the aircraft operating area. Prosecutors say that he used a counterfeit green card and a counterfeit social security card on the bench paperwork. He was required to obtain the badge as part of his job at the airport. The Oklahoma City council's agenda for today's meeting includes introduction of the twenty nineteen twenty twenty city budget transit fire and police by. Budget proposals will be reviewed the meeting starts at eight thirty this morning at city hall. The proposed state budget released yesterday by state house. Democrats calls for expanding Medicaid and giving pay raises to teachers support staff correctional officers and state employees house minority leader, Emily virgin says it would be paid for by increasing taxes on higher income Oklahomans. Currently low-wage earners are being taxed at almost twice. The rate of our top one percent are brand new state budget creates a more equitable tax system where everyone pays their fair. Share? She says it's important for Democrats to keep pushing the majority party to fund core services at the level. They've promised a new study by the national Education Association ranks Oklahoma, teachers salaries at thirty fourth highest in the nation. That's an improvement from forty-ninth because of last year's teacher pay raise. The study says the median income for Oklahoma educator is fifty two thousand four hundred twelve dollars including retirement and health care premiums. That's thirteen point two percent increase from last academic year. Under a Bill passed by the state Senate yesterday, Oklahoma, teachers and school employees would be trained to address the mental health needs of their students. Senator John haste, broken arrow says the cost would be minimal. There is no fiscal impact. Because utilization of things like project echo and also programs that the department state boy board of education has hey says it's important for students to be surrounded by adults. They can trust to listen to help them the bills headed to.
"u. s department state" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of course, he was more worried about preparing for his trial. He figured he'd be spending the rest of his life in prison, and the government was certainly going to try a federal grand jury handed down new indictments today in the case of the Pentagon papers the charges were against Dr Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Russo. The former defense department aid could receive a maximum of one hundred and fifteen years in prison and fines up to one hundred and twenty thousand dollars Ellsberg is a free man today. So he got acquitted right? Nope. Because the trial never got that far in Los Angeles today federal judge Matt bird interrupted testimony at the Pentagon papers trial with a dramatic announcement. Burns said he had received a memorandum from the Justice department stating that to Watergate conspirators our Gordon Liddy at burger is the officers Daniel Ellsberg, psychiatrist ABC's. Dick shoemaker has details. Courtroom government. Didn't know any information on the file. He wants to know. White House of the alleged. Elga? Hurry. The burden of proof is now on the government. Ellsberg hasn't been compromise. Certain emotions. I bet you thought Nixon resigned because of Watergate, but that's only sort of true, if the plumbers had only been caught in the Watergate. Yeah, some heads would probably have had to roll. But the burglars didn't actually have any evidence that implicated the president. But Nixon knew that if investigators got the plumbers talking they'd find out about the other illegal operations that the White House had authorized like the planned burglary at Brookings, and the Ellsberg breaking and show they had to be paid off. To keep them quiet and keep them perjuring themselves in front of the grand jury about what other crimes they knew when it comes to Nixon. We all know, it was the cover up not the crimes that forced him to resign. And the news media followed every twist and turn as the scandals piled up. Finally tonight. A word about the Watergate and other matters when it was learned today that some of the Watergate conspirators had been involved in illegal actions, relating to the Pentagon papers case, the whole affair took on a new and more. Sinister air it began with a comic opera burglary of the Democrats. And then in the past few days, the focus has shifted from the burglary to the much more important question of a possible cover up in the White House itself a possible, obstruction of Justice. And now with worried that these men with connections to the White House were engaged in other illegal practices. One. Frightening question must be asked. What else did they do? What else are we? learn enough about Nixon to end his presidency. As for Daniel Ellsberg, the espionage case against him ended in a mistrial reels. Michael Corey joins me in the studio along with Robert Rosie.
"u. s department state" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's five pm. This is WNYC FM HD AM. New york. Partial government shutdown is now the longest in American history. And for some workers payday has come and gone. I mean, it does until you need to look at a paycheck. All you see zeros for Saturday January twelfth this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Sarah mccamman will hear from people affected by the shutdown and what they plan to do with the government stays closed wearing uncharted territory of this. And really we're kind of making it up as we go and music superstar Mike Posner opens up about life and laws and his new album a real good kid. First the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Janine Herbst as the partial government shutdown officially becomes the longest in history on its twenty second day. Some federal workers are now struggling to feed their families and fury. Jon Stewart reports from a pop-up foodbank outside Washington DC outside a supermarket. A line of for load workers waiting to pick up free food stretched around the block the capital area. Food banks CEO Rodney Thia was taking notes on what agencies. They work for department state FDA.
"u. s department state" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"The what the thing is like, and that's it isn't it's not this is my favorite Jeff foxworthy. If it's an open air kitchen that you can walk up to but not sit at. Not a bizarre incident at a fast food restaurant took has netted the arrest of an old woman. Boy seems to d- don't need to say that though nude from the waist down. Air. We gotta see report nearly fries. Nude from the waist down an old woman nude from the waist down as she reportedly fell through the ceiling and into the kitchen awesome. Twice. Go again. Actually thought she left. We're done with this woman. I mean, that's not gonna happen again. I love all through the ceiling and land into a fryolater. Shame on you twice. Shame on me. Do you think when she hit the first time she was like, I do this. Guys. Let me let me try. Because you guys are here. But she hit the reset. When you're playing against your friend, and you die too fast, and your let me just. Dude. It's my turn fall through the ceiling with no pants on. My hope is that she filter with pants on. She was like I could do this with no pants this time. You get. If that's what happened. Okay. Like, let's say that really happened. She definitely got up falling through the second time without pants and said. Or just beat that. Why don't scoring you just getting carried away in cuffs going? You would love the third ad. Employees there that there was like, I'm not going to quit just keep going, whatever. Down. I would love to. I don't know if it ends up saying the place, but. Just look at this made the yelp review. Their fries. Great the cons, those show ended early write a report, you know. That's now going to be part of the manager. Yelling at the people. Jeff get the fries on the front. Make sure the hamburgers. Ernie's the heat lamp watch out for the old vagina coming. Airport at the kings at the Kingsport police department states Harley see Morton, L E Y her name that is her name. I'm going to double down on Connecticut. More narrowly see more of grand be road. This is the tale of MRs Martin to tell the road. She lives on for an incident that took place at cable. She's real. Think you want to go by the house and make sure that there's a hole in her roof as she enters every room. Exactly, she's charged with criminal trespassing vandalism and disorderly conduct however records contain no possible explanation of why she was in the ceiling. I'm sorry. Here in our ceiling. Is it? What is this? What is up there? The idea of somebody being like wait before you finish this report. I gotta tell you. Why not? Yeah. Records contain no possible explanation for why she was in the ceiling of the Tennessee. So we're in Tennessee, Tennessee burger and barbecue joint cookout on east. Dr cookout. Also sounds like a video. It was the next version of burger tons time in punch out combined into go. Mike Tyson's cookout. Sounds more threatening than the. Heathrow's couches. Employees called police shortly before ten pm. He stated a female had partially falling through fallen through a ceiling tile. So only Hirsch. Then pushed herself back up and running around..
"u. s department state" Discussed on KTRH
"Manager. Okay. I don't know. I don't know. Listen, they're on their way there. Hey, what's going on in our before you attack the Chucky cheese manager? You like. All right. Let's go you down for the Chucky cheese. Are you are you getting mentally psyched up? Does this accidentally happened? I mean. That was actually a call to the Chucky cheese. One of our many Chucky cheese nine one one call that wasn't even the cheesecake factory. The Arlington county. Police department stated its officers responded to the scene just before one pm. So you gotta figure they weren't even drunk, and maybe they were. Purple drank starts early while at the scene. Authorities were called to the restaurant for a reported fight. Officers did not find a fight stated. There was a large crowd inside the restaurant due to the promotion, which aim to give away free slices of cheesecake. Across the country as part of their fortieth anniversary promotion. An Arlington county. Police spokesman said the scene was a little hectic officers were working to bring order and calm. The situation down a person. Allegedly acting disorderly was asked to leave the restaurant, but refused to listen to officers. No, not till I get my cheesecake. I sat in line for.
"u. s department state" Discussed on WLAC
"What's going on an hour before you attack, the Chucky cheese manager? He like. All right. Let's go down for the Chucky cheese. Are you are you getting mentally psyched up to SIS accidentally happened? I mean. That was actually a call to the Chucky cheese. One of our many Chucky cheese nine one one call that wasn't even the cheesecake factory. The Arlington county. Police department stated its officers responded to the scene just before one pm. So you gotta figure they weren't even drunk or maybe they were. Purple drank starts early while at the scene. Authorities were called to the restaurant for reported fight. Officers did not find a fight stated. There was a large crowd inside the restaurant due to the promotion, which aim to give away free slices of cheesecake across the country as part of their fortieth anniversary promotion. An Arlington county. Police spokesman said the scene was a little hectic officers were working to bring order and calm. The situation down a person. Allegedly acting disorderly was asked to leave the restaurant, but refused to listen to officers. Now, not till I get my cheesecake. I sat in line for an hour at the bus stop. I got on the bus. I rode the bus for forty two minutes. I got off the bus. I walked a quarter mile to another bus stop..
Boston Marathon 2018 - Ensuring security and communication in Boston
"In copley square to make sure those lines of communication stay open during the race on monday wbz's carl stevens has that story former boston police commissioner william brenton's been working with verizon to enhance public safety communication ability along the marathon route in here at the finish line i spoke to him inside a cow which is short for cell tower on wheels in an event like the marathon going through twenty six miles securities the ability for all those different police departments state police national guard fire departments to all be able to communicate seamlessly is essential reisen has deployed a matching ball here which emits three hundred sixty degrees sell signal it's been used in the last two super bowls this is the first time the technology has been used for a marathon from copy square carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty disease that disfigures lobsters has been rising slightly in maine over the past couple of years but scientists say it's not time yet to sound the alarm about it it's a bacterial infection that makes lobsters impossible to sell as food it eats away at their shelves and shelves and sometimes kills them researchers found that disease in about one percent of lobsters last year and the early two thousands researchers say they never found it in maine but overall prevalence of this disease does remain low especially compared to southern new england waters where at about thirty percent and jurors in the trial of an orange man charged with killing a ninety five year old man severely injuring his elderly wife during a home invasion have heard a recorded statement he made to police in that recording jurors in the double murder trial of twenty five year old joshua heart heard him recount the attack on thomas hardy and joanna fisher in their home fisher died several weeks after that home invasion heart and another woman brittany smith fled to virginia where they were eventually captured heart blames the deaths on smith who is now waiting trial breaking news direction hoping store traffic maybe wbz news just in the wbz newsroom newswatch with rapid he's never stops wbz newsradio nine thirty wbz news time to twenty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
"u. s department state" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The use of the national guard to help secure the border to stop drugs illegal immigrants from coming in yesterday's proclamation said the security of the us imperilled by a drastic surge of illegal activity on the southern border meanwhile while the president has again indicated he's going to pull us troops out of syria let's get the latest on that joining us live now nbc radio national correspondent bill zim for both of these policies bill apparently you're being announced by the president without the prior i guess knowledge of the defense department state department so let let's talk about this thing here where does that stand trooped will not remain past the all out defeat of i s well that's kind of a subjective thing as well so for now it looks like our troops are gonna stay there we have about two thousand troops in syria but like anything else in the middle east joe eight is very very complicated you just looked at the characters involved us with troops there russia with troops there turkey with troops there iran with troops there and of course the government forces of bouchara allah saad and along with isis so it's quite a complicated situation in syria the president is finding that out yeah okay then sometimes he just says these things and you know you're not quite sure it's policy or it was just sort of stream of consciousness i guess yeah absolutely and that's what caused everybody to scramble in the military division they're in the military advisers in the joint chiefs of staff because it would not be very easy to just pull out of syria and general joseph hotel who is the head of the us central command actually said that saying the hard part is still ahead theory that being the stabilizing the consolidation and the rebuilding so we'll see where we go from here but i think you can count on the fact yo the president will probably change his mind at least once more sure nbc radio national correspondent bills him from president meanwhile making a return trip to west virginia today president trump travels to west virginia today to talk about the tax cut legislation.
Mike Pompeo, your likely new — and Trump-friendly — secretary of state
"His campaign headquarters and cannons berg practical people we're serious people and tonight we celebrate regaining our voice and our vote in the business of governing this country we love last night saccone said it's not over he told supporters gathered at his election night party they could go home until the final results are counted you know my first race went into the night and we won that my second race was the same way we're we're kind of used to this right so that's it we're not we're not we're not giving up either way it was an achievement for the democrats in a district that president trump won in two thousand sixteen by twenty points president trump has shaken up his cabinet again by firing secretary of state rex tillerson and choosing cia director mike pompeo as his successor just as the white house plans to open talks with north korea and a decision looms on the iran nuclear accord trump addressed reporters yesterday about his decision saying it was his alone talking about this for a long time we we got along actually quite well but we disagreed on what you look at the iran deal i think it's terrible i guess he was okay i wanted to either break it or do something and he felt a little bit differently tillerson spoke later in the day i'm told for the first time in most people's memory department state department of defense have a close working relationship where we all agree the us leadership starts with diplomacy chap has selected gina hospital along time intelligence officer to take over the cia both pompeii oh and hospital will require senate confirmation for four assuming new positions pompeii expected to be confirmed but there are immediate questions about hospital who was involved in a program after the nine eleven terrorist attacks that relied on your techniques that many experts describe as torture.
"u. s department state" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The investigator and then that turned out to be false they said mills did not warn clinton was using the private server until after clinton's department state tenure is the note from mills on may 28th 2016 in her interview with the fbi she stated that she was not sure if she knew what a server was at that time in an aberdeen also denied knowing about clinton's server until leave the state department two thousand thirteen aberdeen did not know the clinton had a private server until about a year and a half ago after or win it became public knowledge and this was the summary of this fbi investigators review in after his interviews with two start combing through the emails you'll find out met whom abidine and cheryl mills both in this this is common knowledge by the way this a met told you guys he thing new you find out who aberdeen aimed cheryl mills both were exchanging emails with hillary clinton on that private server talking about the private server so this investigative team had the emails in their possession that showed these two lying as well as hillary clinton lying but they still let them off the hook they actually lied more so than what michael flynn lied yet michael flynn is the one being prosecuted right now in whom aberdeen shale meals and hillary clinton are off the hook that's a big problem in we can't just let this go because the the muller council has decided to send this guy off to the mail room or whatever this is a big issue and it's a big for my eyes with in their investigation somebody's got to answer coordinate a lotta dogs or calling for this thing to stop we'll talk about on the other side hank type mrs yellowhammer news i'm jay holland the westcentral i'm obama chapter of the association of the united states army invited former army captain gary rose and vietnam veteran to tuscaloosa monday in recognition of his award of the congressional medal of honor by president donald trump rose was credited with treating more than sixty soldiers during a fourday battle behind enemy lines in laos more than fifty years ago during the vietnam war antoine wilson twenty two and ronald king twenty seven the two inmates who escaped from st clair county correctional facility in springville monday are still at large wilson is serving a life sentence for robbery and king is serving fifty years for burglary rape sodomy and sexual torture in two thousand thirteen if you have any information about their we're about call eight hundred eight three one eight eight two five.
"u. s department state" Discussed on X96
"Tracy came under public scrutiny in july after the arrested alex wobbles who refused to conduct the blood drawn unconscious patient to help with the police investigation according to a police employment termination the salt lake city police department stated pain violated numerous police policies and dramatically undermined public respect for the force based on the strong and compelling evidence has set forth we have lost faith of his ability and he has been terminated and i think the other officer not terminated but reprimanded in that case in salt lake district attorney gil has listened to the people who are here in town road testing the death of mr harmon who was shot by salt lake city police this summer he's in al's zoom gil reviewed all the evidence and he reviewed the police abbadi tapes and he said that it was a he felt it was a justified shooting by the salt lake city police and people are very upset about that uh so sim gil has said he met with the families which are these great is a good thing to do he said i still feel comfortable feels comfortable with his decision not to file criminal charges against the officer but he said you wouldn't hurt to bring in some outside investigators he wants the fbi to review all well lots of let's have the up that if you if you don't think i've done it right than let's have the fbi a look at all the evidence and see you know and and what possible motive would soon you'll have for you now he made of may may it's possible he may have made an error in how we he did this but he certainly wouldn't have done this maliciously of exonerated the office person as no motive to.
"u. s department state" Discussed on WJR 760
"On that's a crime and we had cyber uh cyber law enforcement officials through the sheriff's department state police that are patrolling by trolling through cyberspace to go ahead and find its perpetrators and victims so what kind of penalties who to put in place well number one franc it's a misdemeanor on a first offence if somebody goes ahead and says something gets ingenuous or goes ahead and that only just just disingenuous make safe correct mattress name calling not just teams eating inappropriate sexual conman something of the effect where it rises to the effect of stocking that is up to a prosecutor and a police officer only details the facts which has been reported on the informational cyber highway do you have to you have a problem though trying to trace where came from because no no not at all frank because today with all of the algorithms with all of our information that is collected by you know facebook instagram instant messenger we know with certainty where these postings are coming from and hanno and the other the other question i heavy his is what constitutes uh how how do you differentiate a threat from a nasty comment you know what i mean yep here's what it is frank on every crime that's committed in the state of michigan as well as other states we have to outline deal was it a physical battery that they intended to do or was suggests merely pitterpatter was it something taking the breath away of an individual that would shock the conscience of more than just speech is it intimidating without demeaning gestures all these things are looked at by a prosecutor as it relates to cybercrimes currently we have cybercrimes if i have a person expose themselves to me in person it is the cry of indecent exposure when they put their self out on the web they don't charge do you know that that's not a crime now how can that not be a crime exposing yourself in person as expensive as a as a as a result of exposing yourself on the on the international highway i mean this is ridiculous we got people doing things that can't be charged on the internet but can be charged in person look at what numbers.
"u. s department state" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The united states warned wednesday that north korea with quickly closing the prospect of a diplomatic resolution to its provocations as the trump administration launched a government wide effort to identify operations for confronting pyonyang following it's unprecedented intercontinental ballistic missile launch president donald trump and other senior officials dangled the prospect of punishing countries that trade with north korea a threat aimed directly at china pyongyang's biggest benefactor in a tweet wednesday morning trump questioned whether us should continue what he said these as bad trade deals with countries that do not help us his message was bolstered at the united nations where us ambassador nikki haley told an emergency meeting of the security council that the trump administration was eyeing penalties against any country that does business with this outlaw regime we have great capabilities in the area of trade president trump has vokhan repeatedly about this i spoke with him at length about it this morning there are countries that are allowing even encouraging trade with north korea in violation of un security council resolutions such countries would also like to continue their trade every such countries would also like to continue their trade arrangements with the united states that's not going to happen some administration officials are still holding out hope of persuading china to ratchet up economic pressure on pyongyang's despite trump's increasingly pessimistic attitude toward beijing trump the departed for europe early on wednesday is scheduled to meet chinese president xi jinping on the sidelines of the group of twenty summit in germany thus far both china and north korea have proven to be impervious to trump's tough talk and threatening tweets pyong yang heightened tensions this week with the test asked of a missile capable of hitting the enacted states a step officials describe as worrisome escalation by an unpredictable regime and for half the most pressing threat facing a new us president with little national security experience following the launch the white house treasury department state department pentagon and intelligence agencies accelerated discussions on options for responding to pyongyang's nuclear pursuits haley announced.