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Google And Facebook Under The Mistletoe?
"Here to go over the google lawsuit with us is alison schiff. Whose coming down the chimney as we speak to drop some under our tree even though she's jewish elo alison. Hello and emphasis on the ish part of that honestly. So there's a lot of juice in the the texas ag lead lawsuit but before we get to that let's talk header bidding. What did we learn about. How google responded to the threat of header bidding Years ago right so in in an attempt to reinject competition into the marketplace just as just a quick scene setter in a publisher's devised a new at the time innovation called header bidding which is a trend that ad exchanger covered the absolute bejesus out of And then by two thousand sixteen something. Like seventy percent of all major publishers had already adopted header bidding so google realized right quick that header bidding posed a threat to the dominance or sorry the alleged dominance of its ad exchange and also the The information advantage of being able to trade on non public information from one side of the market the other because they're both controlled by google and there are actually internal google communications. Apparently that are cited in the suit in which google makes it pretty apparent. Pretty clear that it's aware that header bidding is a threat so what you did in response to that threat. According to the suit is they allowed publishers to use its ad server to route inventory to more than one exchange at a time so you know a a unified auction but all the while they were secretly letting their own exchange win even if it hadn't necessarily submitted the highest bid and someone over google must really love star wars by the way because the code name for that program was djeddai and the code name was redacted in the public suit. But there's a wall street journal story that's out from From last week and it's They got their hands on and unredacted draft of the suit before it went public so there are some interesting nuggets in there. Like the code names for things. I'm glad you mentioned how addicts ginger covered the jesus out of header bidding. Because as we all know. But jesus says the reason for the season sorry tat. Now please please bring. Actually you actually mentioned the unredacted lawsuit that the wall street journal gotten actually. That's something that really struck you. I think when you were recording or new reporting initially on the publicly filed lawsuit a so many reductions what what did you make of. That was that was that. Was that striking to you. I mean it was annoying because a details that you'd like to to read as someone who's poured a cup of coffee and sat down to core over a hundred and thirty page document I mean it was the first couple of actions to be honest. Ooh this is. This is official. This is sort of exciting. It got annoying because over these massive blocks text at you couldn't read but apparently it's it's really not uncommon given the sensitive nature of a case like this to redact things that are considered a proprietary. So i mean there was a lot of redaction. It's a long suit though it's annoying but it's not anything. That's super weird.
Google could face TRILLIONS of dollars in fines in Texas antitrust lawsuit
"Wall street journal reports that according to an unredacted draft of that lawsuit filed by texas and other states against google. Google and facebook agreed to cooperate and assist each other in responding to any antitrust action regarding their advertising agreements. Google says that such agreements over antitrust threats are extremely common and that both companies still say. There is nothing illegal about their advertising agreements.
Supreme Court blocks disclosure of grand jury evidence from Russia probe for now
"The Supreme Court temporarily blocked the release of grand jury materials from former special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest the house Judiciary Committee has been trying to obtain the unredacted documents witness testimony involving president trump the court's ruling blocking the release gives the White House and the justice department until June first to file a full appeal the order from the court may suggest the justices will decide before their current term ends about whether to take up the case the house originally requested the material more than a
"unredacted" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Unredacted unedited CDC guidance and Senate Republicans of course blocked the request the junior Cindy senator from Indiana said he didn't want quote career regulators meaning experts meeting scientists at the CDC to advise the country on how to reopen safely that the president and his team of political advisers should be able to decide that is there anyone left in this country except the most Die Hard partisans who trust this administration to issue medical guidance properly the prestigious medical journal the lancet is calling for a revival of the CDC internet Torio the lancet says the flagship agency for the nation's public health has seen its role minimized and become an ineffective and nominal adviser in the response to contain the spread of the corona virus in an apparent call for the defeat of president trump the editorial says that Americans must put a president in the White House come January two thousand twenty one who will understand that in public health should not be guided by a partisan politics president Donald Trump unveiled a crash effort today aimed at developing a corona virus vaccine by the end of the year but said the country will return to normal with or without one pandemic or not a hundred thousand plus dad no matter there's never been a vaccine project.
"unredacted" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"A new podcast out now called decisions. It's a show where I talked about the last twenty four hours of their life. They're still alive. They continue to live but the last twenty four hours before they recorded. That's what I'm talking about and talking about little decisions that they make throughout their day And I I really think that these decisions like you know whether you choose cue tips or cotton balls. I think these are the kinds of things that really Make make the great people great. So that's why I'm talking to them. We're going to have all kinds of guests like dentists and Comedians and musicians and You know children under five. It's going to be very good so subscribe now wherever you listen to your podcast man. A hello and welcome to the daily beans for Wednesday April First. Twenty Twenty Today Hospital Start Wing. Who LIVES IN? Who'd is job? Losses could exceed forty five million gates. Sentencing has been postponed. The Department of Justice Hands over the full unredacted Muller report some recovered patients or testing positive again. Wuhan. The Amazon strike is in full. Swing New Republican excuses for the administration's inadequate response to the pandemic and testing is still a problem. I'm your host Ag. And I'm flying solo today. Everybody so I a correction. I said yesterday it was April I. It's actually today `isolation taking its toll on me knowing what the Hell Day it is. It's getting to be like what the hell time it is now but Anyway apologize for. That wasn't April fool's joke. Today is April first. Unless you're a patron it's still march thirty first because you get these episodes early But Wednesday is indeed April first. Sorry about that I will be joined today by under reader later in the show. You get to hear her happy voice. He's going to bring some good news and I'll be chatting with national security correspondent for Politico and MSNBC Contributor Natasha Bertrand about Congress's slow response to put measures in place to mitigate the spread of the corona virus. We have a lot of show today. So let's just jump in my not. Let's.
Judge criticizes Barr for "lack of candor" in summaries of Mueller report
"A federal judge's questioning Attorney General Barr's handling of the Mahler reporting court filings Thursday the judge wrote the bar had a lack of candor and claimed bars public comments about the mother report were misleading compared to the findings of the redacted version of the report due to those discrepancies judge Walton said he would be reviewing the unredacted Muller reports to determine if the department of justice's redactions were appropriate a spokesman for bars not spoken publicly about the matter Walton previously lambasted justice department attorneys in a separate lawsuit for what he called disturbing handling of the investigation of former FBI deputy director Andrew
Washington, DC - Judge Questions Barr’s Handling of Mueller Report, to Review Unreleased Portions
"It's something you almost never hear about a federal judge criticizing the Attorney General of the United States a DC federal judge Reggie Walton has blasted Attorney General William Barr is handling of the special counsel's Russia report Walton says bar made a calculated effort to spin the investigation's findings in favor of president trump he said as bar showed a lack of candor Walton says he'll review an unredacted version of the model report before deciding what decisional information from the document should be made public
Judge orders review of Mueller report redactions
"A federal judge has issued a ruling accusing Attorney General William Barr of making a calculated effort to spend special counsel Robert Muller's Russia report in favor of president trump U. S. district judge Reggie Walton says he cannot trust that the justice department's redactions of the Muller report were made in good faith and that he'll review an unredacted version to determine if more information should be
U.S. House to send Trump impeachment articles to Senate
"Let's get to impeachment we finally have some updates Fauria and I didn't leave the show with this today well number one because I want to make fun of the Democrats during the debate last night and all the craziness that went on there and then we had local issues because the legislative session is officially under way there a lot of issues that are being debated in Tallahassee that will actually impact your lives here in the state of Florida so we wanted to get some of those and of course during the course of the Senate trial we're gonna spend plenty of time on all of this but I do want to update you on where things stand today speaker Pelosi signed a house resolution to transmit the two articles of impeachment against president trump over to the Senate that followed the house approving resolution today appointing house managers for the impeachment trial representative Collin Peterson Democrat from Minnesota was the only Democrat to vote against the resolution the vote triggered the start of the Senate trial which has been delayed for nearly a month after the house approved two articles of impeachment against president trump one for abuse of power in the other for obstruction of Congress polo C. named seven house managers house intelligence chairman Adam Schiff house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler representative Val Deming's from here in Florida Democrat from the Orlando area representative came Jeffries representative Zoe Lofgren representative Jason crow and representative Sylvia Garcia I know hello see couldn't do this she had to include chef and Nadler among the house managers but it would have been much better if she didn't because they're just viewed in such a partisan light and you've got talented people bound Deming's she's gonna be good she's the former police chief of Orlando and she uses out during the hearing as well she did so you've got talented people that you could have handled this you don't need shift or Nadler because nobody's really gonna pay much attention to what they say there's just a view bait in about those two I can see where the mines take a step back from being doing the actual trial and maybe there is yeah behind the scenes manager that's how it should be I don't know you think shift is gonna take a step back from the cameras are now learn mom the with all the incoming that chef and never took from the president maybe plus he said like and I'll let you go over there behind a smart move I don't know if that's what's going to happen but still Lofgren she's been this is our third impeachment trial yeah you were mentioning this earlier she was a staffer during the Nixon Nixon and the run up to the Nixon impeachment was actually in peace okay and then she was in Congress on the house side when Clinton was impeached now she's one of the truck the the managers of the impeachment I'm sorry if you've been around for three if you were a staffer during Nixon you really still need to be in Washington DC well I think it goes to the depth chart the dancing clothes he was well yeah yes yes yes I'm looking at a trial of it you know fantasies over here yeah that's how I'm viewing rice really she was there for Nixon to still there but now that that makes total sense to have somebody like that we I kinda knowledge and experience on your house manager staff list in terms of what's next there's gonna be a few days a housekeeping and procedural work Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to hold the substantive part of the trial opening arguments in the queue in a period it's gonna hold that until Tuesday in order to give house managers and trump's defense team a couple of days to prepare on Tuesday the Senate is expected to vote on an organizing resolution the will lay out the terms for the trial it seems like they're going to model it very closely to what happened in the Clinton impeachment they always need a live witness issue yes which if they get the for Republicans across over right right then we'll see what happens then and also the the new reporting today is and how will the Democrats agree to a **** for tat as far as witnesses of they get right hold on yeah well they allow hunter Biden especially if they think under by it has nothing to hide you know we'll see how that plays out and let me get to that aspect several key Senate Republicans are insisting there be specific language in shoring of votes on whether to call witnesses and request documents not that witnesses and documents are allowed but just that there's a vote right on it aides to some vulnerable senators and moderate states including senator Susan Collins have said this language is crucial we know Susan Collins probably once witnesses and it sounds like Mitt Romney once that as well I've heard Lamar Alexander Makowski is always one to watch the numbers are close a democratic leadership aide told Axios that they will force votes on subpoenaing key witnesses such as trump's former national security adviser John Bolton acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Mulvaney senior adviser Robert Blair and top White House budget official Michael Duffy as well as relevant documents at the very least that will for some vulnerable Senate Republicans to cast tough votes lot of politics being played on both sides as to be expected some important numbers to remember Republicans would need fifty one votes to dismiss the case out right that's not gonna happen there's no way you're gonna have vulnerable Republicans like a Susan Collins vote to dismiss the case will not happen Democrats would need fifty one votes to call witnesses that's possible Republicans currently hold a fifty three forty seven majority in the Senate so Democrats would need for Republicans come over to their side to make the numbers work I think they think they have the votes I think they probably have the votes to at the very least John Paul at the very least I think you're gonna want to he he you're gonna have some Republicans are gonna want to hear from the former national security adviser one important note about today's resolution it gives managers authority to submit additional evidence that the Senate that's key because last night impeachment investigators at the house Judiciary Committee new evidence obtained from left partis Giuliani associate indicted by the Southern District of New York harness is gonna appear with Rachel Maddow Alan M. S. N. B. C. in a little bit and he basically says everything he did some of which was not good he did at the direction of the president Rudy Giuliani that's what he's gonna say tonight's in there there's a lot to one pack based on some of what we've learned about partners over the past couple of days so they're certainly going to be a back and forth and debate over what needs to be explored during the course of the Senate trial on the controversial decision by pelo C. to hold the impeachment articles for three weeks this is what she said on ABC's this week this past Sunday she said the tactic has produced a very positive results she said quote we feel that is produced a very positive result in terms of additional emails an unredacted information that's come forward Bolton has said he will testify if subpoenaed by the Senate I don't think the delay matters all that much in the big scheme of things you had much McConnell who held his ground he was not gonna be bullied by Nancy Pelosi should just didn't have the leverage some new information did come out including reselling the past couple of days although look this stuff it's not going to change the outcome of the trial the only thing that can really make this difficult for Republicans would be of John Bolton testified and have really really damaging information it also have John Bolton testify and he puts forth information favorable to the president and then it's a no brainer we don't know how that's going to go I think Bolton's announcement that he was willing to testify was the most important development that took place during the three weeks the pelo C. held the articles of impeachment what I go back to is the house were rushing through the impeachment process that was a mistake because now they have to push the Senate to do what they should have done I thought they went too fast if this was such a serious matter then you take your time and you do a thorough complete process instead they rushed through the articles of impeachment and then they kind of had to wait to see if more information will come out and then they learn one of the people they should of try to issue a subpoena for John Bolton he was maybe interested now in talking to the Senate it's it's just a mess and plus on top of this all it puts Senate Democrats running for president Elizabeth Warren Bernie Sanders in closure but some of the top spot she delayed this whole thing policy for three weeks and now at a crucial time for them right before the Iowa caucuses they're gonna be caught up in the Senate trial that's really at the end of the day that's where the biggest impact is the biggest impact is on the democratic primary and how it's gonna fact Iowa if I were those Senate Democrats I would not be thrilled with Nancy Pelosi at the moment your thoughts on the whole I hate you up to this point I have to disagree one thing is this notion that the investigation
Will Mitch McConnell allow witnesses and documents to be included in Trump's trial?
"The Senate's impeachment trial of president trump should began this week but they're still at least one outstanding issue as correspondent Linda canyon explains the issue remains whether Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will allow witnesses and documents should be included at some point in the president's trial the Senate was never going to pre commit ourselves to redoing the prosecutors homework for them and we were never going to allow the speaker of the house to dictate Senate proceedings their center house speaker Nancy Pelosi has been holding on to the articles of impeachment but is expected to turn them over this week to allow the trial to begin one of the reasons she held on to the articles was to try to get an agreement from senator McConnell to allow witnesses and documents McConnell says if the house is done its job it would need additional documents and witnesses house Democrats have already done enough damage to the president the national unity and to our institutions of government the Senate will not be sucked into this precedent breaking up if you want to talk about president says Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer let's talk about president when leader McConnell talks about president he's talking about witnesses plain and simple so the democratic request for for fact witnesses and three specific sets of relevant documents is very much in line with our history and Schumer adds this is about seeking the truth leader McConnell and the Republican leadership have labeled the democratic request for witnesses and documents as quote political is seeking the truth is political if doing our constitutional duty is political in the minds of our Republican colleagues in the Republican Party is in trouble leader McConnell says Democrats one additional documents and witnesses because their case is in trouble this is exactly the kind of toxic new president that many of us warned about back in December that's bigger below his house was not sending the center of thorough investigation they were just tossing off a jump ball and hoping that the political winds might blow things their way in the weeks since the house impeach president trump and the speaker of the house is held up transmitting the articles of impeachment the political winds may have shifted former national security adviser John Bolton has said he would be willing to testify if subpoenaed to do so and of newly unredacted documents of come to light Linda can you on
Unredacted Ukraine Documents Reveal Extent of Pentagon's Legal Concerns
"The politics lead now amidst the presidential impeachment involving withheld White House meeting for the President of Ukraine Secretary of State. Mike pompeo cancelled his planned trip to Ukraine bear. He would have met with Ukrainian Presidents Alinsky. The State Department saying Pompeo did so so in order to monitor the violence surrounding Iraqi embassy. This news comes as new reporting from the website just security showing us. What's behind some of those black lines James? In the redacted emails the trump administration was forced to hand over to those requesting it which include warnings from the Pentagon that the hold on military Ukraine rain broke the law and that the decision withhold the aid came right from the top. CNN Sara Murray reports in the face of mornings from the Pentagon on that holding nearly four hundred million dollars in Ukraine could be illegal. A top budget official made it clear. The orders were coming directly from the President Clear Direction from Port Chris to continue to hold Michael Duffy. Atop Office of Management and budget official wrote in an email to Defense Department Comptroller Elaine mccusker on August thirtieth national security focused website just security reviewed the unredacted emails which had previously been released by the trump administration with heavier reductions. The emails reportedly show that weeks. Earlier mccusker flagged concerns that if the hold wasn't lifted soon the Pentagon couldn't guarantee all of the money would reach Ukraine and time. The emails highlight the finger pointing between Owen. Be and the Defense Department over the freeze on Ukraine funds today no MB. Spokesperson said. There was agreement every step of the way between Dod and lawyers who are responsible eligible for working out the details of the hold in line with the president's priorities Defense Department officials disagreed. One said we were always concerned about the ramifications sins of holding the military assistance to Ukraine the new details come as the impeachment proceedings remain in limbo White House. Aides were in touch with Senate majority leader. Mitch McConnell's office over the holidays. But when the Senate returns tomorrow McConnell plans to continue business as usual until Nancy Pelosi officially transmits the articles of impeachment. Each mint your house. Democrats seem to be suggesting they'd prefer never to transmit the articles Democratic lawmakers including Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer are already seizing on these emails pointing to them as evidence that any kind of fair trial in the Senate is going to need to include documents documents and witnesses from the trump administration. Jake all right Sara Murray. Thanks so much and this is how Nancy Pelosi just responded to these new emails on a tweet trump engaged in unprecedented resonated total obstruction of congress hiding these emails all other documents and his top aides from the American people. His excuse was a phony complain about the house process. What's the excuse now? Why won't trump McConnell allow a fair trial? What do you make that argument Asia? What it is something that they're going to really drill down on these unredacted emails? They really do raise questions because you had ownby general counsel has sent a letter to the GAO so Basically saying that that they had held up this money and that the reason why they held up this money that but it didn't really make a big difference. That dod was telling them that there was no risk that this money wouldn't go out but what you see in. These emails is the direct opposite of what will be said that there was a risk that this money was going to be held up and there was a legal concern and this goes to the heart of what kind of Republicans have been saying that this was just people. This was just the deep state. They just disagreed with policy but the concern that we're being raised. Were not about policy. They were about legal issues. People in the Dod thought that this was illegal that they were withholding this money. I and here's this. One unredacted email from August thirtieth of last year from Michael Duffy. He's Office of Management and budget official to Elaine mccusker. She's a Pentagon comptroller. Roller mentions the quote clear direction from Potus President of the United States to continue to hold this obviously flies right in the face of those who are saying. There's nothing meantime president trump to this and. I don't think that many people actually believed that the number of Publicans elected officials the real people people the the the number who think it was a perfect call and there was nothing here is fairly low. The question is again whether that rises to the point point they want him removed. And that's a real open question. I'm not real sure what we're doing at this point. Are we going to transmit the articles of impeachment. Are we going to Redo the thing in the house because as we have more information or they just asking to be in control of the Senate rules and all of that sounds like Gobbledygook. That's what it sounds like to normal people as well and it will continue to sound like that which is y this is sort of stagnant and has been for quite some time and that part matters one of these I would say yes and no right if Democrats keep it very simple which is the president of the United States should tell the truth. Why are you blocking material evidence because every time in the last couple of weeks we've got new information? It undermines the president so it looks like he's using his power or to protect himself. And why won't you let these people come forward and testify now when we went through the house proceedings. Republicans kept saying well. These people don't have direct knowledge. Okay so now now Schumer saying we want people with direct knowledge. This report gives us more information from security. That gives an actually the New York Times even earlier. This week gives us more information of exactly. What kind of direct knowledge these individuals hat and their participation so I think if Democrat now that they're in this phase of negotiating? I'm sure tomorrow is going to be full of lots of bluster on the Senate floor. That'll be great. However I think this gives Schumer and Pelosi some leverage? It's not just about Mitch McConnell. It's about those senators who are vulnerable honorable right that doesn't move those needle move Nina with those enough Republicans. Four Republican senators. What would be needed for anything at the end of the day? Fifty one votes wins. I haven't seen that yet collins and Murkowski who expressed concerns but then they also say we're concerned with the democratic process or in case she said I'm open to waiting on the witnesses until after the case so if they're not willing to get behind Democrats in this push for firsthand witnesses and documents. It's just not going to happen. Would you look like you're about to say yeah. I'm just. I'm just skeptical. That there's enough enthusiasm to on this issue on the issue of witnesses inside a Senate trial among Americans wants to put enough pressure on a couple of senators for them to go. Oh Yeah we're GONNA change the way we do this. I can hardly and buck McConnell. It's very hard to imagine a president venting about a lot of things on twitter today as want quoted a conservative commentator from the NOCCO saying quote. It seems the Democrats have shot themselves in the foot in one one more way and this president is being persecuted over three years with one investigation after another and and that really plays to his base. It's it's an argument to me because I mean things are not clear cut here. We had the impeachment proceeding. And then it's just kind of as Mayor Catherine some points on hold and we're not really sure what's going to happen and the country is divided right like even though some polls have shown that the majority of the country thinks that he did something wrong that the president president did something wrong. They are divided on what happens next And so I think probably what you're having now is a Democrat trying to decide. What are they what type of pressure they can really put on president trump? He was saying that he wanted a trial but in the past few days. He's kind of been hinting that maybe he doesn't care what happens. I think he wants to be vindicated. I I think he's GonNa want some type of trial but it's not clear how much the Democrats are really going to be able to dictate that. Are they putting the Democrats putting enough pressure directly on Susan Collins. Lisa Murkowski Mitt Romney any other vulnerable Republican with ads with democratic grassroots activists. I mean I haven't seen that I agree with you. I haven't seen enough of it. I think there have been some efforts. It was a little bit challenging. I think during the holidays now that we're back in January. I think it'll be a lot easier and again as long as as they keep it simple. I think there is a very fair argument to be made about the facts and the
Climate panel sees a dire future.
"Coming up on the news a memo confirms was president urged. Biting Clary as trump impeachment gets underway furious. UK MP's SPA with government after suspension and we're all in big trouble climate panel sees Dia Future. It's Wednesday the September twenty five. I'm Anthony Davis a the White House released the details of a phone call between president trump and his Ukrainian counterpart that has triggered a US impeachment inquiry it shows Mr Trump asked Vladimir's Alinsky Alinsky on July twenty fifth to investigate Democratic candidate Joe Biden who son worked for Ukrainian gas firm. Mr Trump denies withholding US military aides to Ukraine as leverage in a bid to smear his political rival. Mr Biden the trump Ukraine phone call is part of a whistle blowers complaint reacting to the controversy this morning the United Nations General Assembly in New York. Mr Trump said it was the single greatest witch hunt in American history the Democratic leader of the House of Representatives Speaking Nancy Pelosi through her weight behind the official impeachment inquiry a House vote to impeach the president for high crimes and misdemeanors under the US Constitution could trigger a trial in the Senate on whether to remove Mr Trump. I'm from office. Mr Trump had promised that a complete fully declassified an unredacted transcript of the July twenty fifth call would be released aced but the details disclosed by the White House this morning would notes of the conversation taken by US officials listened in the July coal occurred days days off to Mr Trump directed the government to withhold around four hundred million dollars in military aid to Ukraine but there is no discussion of that money in in the memorandum released by the White House according to the notes Mr Trump mentions to Mr Zilenski how Joe Biden as US vice president lobbied Ukraine in in two thousand sixteen to fire its top prosecutes have victims shokhin during the coal the US president also asked Mr Zielinski to work with US Attorney Attorney General William Bar and Mr Trump's personal lawyer Rudolph Giuliani to look into the matter according to the notes the president's word set set the parameters of the political debate to come with Democrats saying that it laid the predicate for an impeachment inquiry and trump dismissing it as a nothing coal yet the rough transcript clearly shows trump's willingness to engage a foreign leader on matters directly related to his reelection prospects British lawmakers returned to the House of Commons today venting their pent up anger over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's failed attempt to suspend parliament and warning democracy itself is under threat from the government senior officials in Johnson's Johnson government sparred with lawmakers of all parties on their first day back after Britain Supreme Court decision declared that the prime minister's move to suspend the body for five life weeks was illegal because it thwarted debate over Brexit Johnson plans to address parliament later in the day after returning in haste from the UN General Assembly in New York Johnson remains on a collision course with parliament over his determination to pull Britain out of the European Union on the thirty first of October with or without a withdrawal agreement parliament has passed a law requiring him to seek a brexit extension. If there is no deal but Johnson said he won't and do that under any circumstances this despite a unanimous ruling from all eleven supreme court judges it is in more hot water than ever before and so we an expert United Nations climate the panel warned in a grim new report today sea levels are rising at an ever faster rate as ice and snow shrink and oceans getting more acidic and losing oxygen the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said in the report issued as world leaders met at the UN the agency warned that if steps aren't taken and to reduce emissions and slow global warming sees will rise three feet by the end of the century with many few fish less snow and ice stronger and wetter hearkens and other nasty weather systems the dire effects will be felt on both land and sea harming people plants animal foods societies strategies infrastructure and the global economy in fact the international team of scientists projected for the first time that some island nations. I will probably become uninhabitable. The oceans absorbed more than ninety percent of the excess heat from carbon pollution in the air as well as much of the carbon dioxide excite itself snow and ice called the crests via also being eroded You can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast APP. Ask Your Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill they follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
"unredacted" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To see the complete unredacted whistle blower complaint without further delay. the whistle blower must be allowed to testify without fear of intimidation. and then we must pursue the many relevant avenues of inquiry yesterday house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that house Democrats were launching a formal impeachment inquiry against trump in light of that phone call today hello she says she hopes president trump is still willing to work with the democratically chamber on legislation to lower drug prices Ukraine's president has made his debut at the United Nations avoiding any talk about the political firestorm brewing around his conversations with president trump instead he focused his speech on his country's ongoing conflict with Russia and peers Michele Kelemen has details comedian turned politician VOA demerits and Lansky is new to politics and to the U. N. he's appealing to world leaders for help in countering Russian aggression the world is interconnected he argues through an interpreter adding there's no longer quote somebody else's war my country has lost a part of its territory. and keeps losing its citizens almost every single day he's ever seen a recent prisoner exchange with Russia raising hopes for a new peace process now though he's caught in a political scandal as lawmakers look into whether president trump withheld aid to pressures Lansky to investigate former vice president Joe Biden's son Michele Kelemen NPR news the United Nations at last check on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average was up one hundred forty one points or more than half a percent since the open it's a twenty six thousand nine hundred fifty two the nasdaq is up nineteen points SO peas up seven this is NPR news this is W. NYC in New York I'm Richard hake New York representative of Alexander all Casio Cortez as house Democrats which of their constituencies to see impeachment proceedings through some Democrats have been concerned over the political backlash but speaking on NPR's morning edition across the Cortez says it's riskier to jeopardize the support of those who voted for a democratic majority last year to keep the White House in check they see that they do everything they can to organize turn out and then we do nothing that deeply threatens a demoralization of American voters speaker Nancy Pelosi launched a formal impeachment inquiry in the house WNYC will provide special programming from NPR and the latest developments tonight at eight o'clock and president trump's accountants will not have to turn over his tax returns for at least another day W. N. Y. C.'s Andrea Bernstein reports from outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan where federal prosecutors are asking a judge in New York to temporarily block an investigation into the president that's being conducted by Manhattan district attorney sidebands judges state wide ranging investigation into trump's business saying he'll give the US justice department a week to weigh in in the meantime the judge directed trumps lawyers and the DA to work out some kind of schedule for turning over documents both parties indicated they don't want to do that with the presidents was claiming a president can't be prosecuted under any circumstances and the DA say. trump is just trying to delay if they get further delayed the D. A.'s team said of trump they win vox media and New York media are merging boxes acquired New York magazine founded in nineteen sixty eight and New York media's popular online properties vulture the cult Intelligencer the strategist and grub street the companies say editorial functions will remain distinct between the brands vox CEO and chairman Jim Bankoff told The New York Times that the.
"unredacted" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Full unredacted transcript of the call will be made public on Wednesday he said it was a very friendly and totally appropriate call lawmakers have raised alarm of reports that a government whistle blower last a complaint involving trumps communications with Ukraine trouble is it now is that he held up military aid for Ukraine this summer but he's offered different motives for the decision at one point he expressed concern about potential corruption suggesting that former vice president Joe Biden and his son might be involved he did not offer any evidence for that claim I saw Rosco NPR news Washington the universal postal union warns consumers will pay a lot more to mail letters and packages at the trump administration goes through with its threat to withdraw from the U. an organization Lisa schline tells us the U. P. U. warns of a major disruption to the global postal system if the U. S. bales the US China trade wars behind the U. S. threat to leave the universal postal union the US is angry that China which is classified as a developing country pays less for mailing bulky letters and packages if the US leaves the UP your warns many countries won't be able to exchange mail with the United States costs will rise and it will be the consumer who pays the bill Lisa schline reporting another actually a second wealthy parents been sentenced for his role in the college admissions scandal the judge gave LA businessman Devin Sloan four months in prison and a ninety five thousand dollar fine he admitted he paid two hundred fifty thousand to bribe a coach and falsely. falsified documents to get his son into USC this is NPR and you're listening to WNYC in New York I'm Jamie Floyd as you've just been hearing congressional Democrats are launching an and facial impeachment inquiry into president trump late yesterday a group of freshmen Democrats from swing districts publish an op ed in The Washington Post it said trump actions represent a national security threat to the United States among them is New Jersey congresswoman Mikey Cheryl who had previously opposed impeachment but you told opal you NYC today these latest allegations against the president are different when we see that our as our president and going to a foreign power and asking that power to interfere in our elections namely by. investigating the sign of a candidate I think that is a red line speaker Nancy Pelosi and ends the impeachment inquiry late this afternoon after a closed door meeting with house Democrats we'll hear from four former vice president Joe Biden after news headlines. a to bring court judge has ordered the NYPD to release detailed data on all fairy vision he rasps and summonses W. N. Y. C.'s Stephen nascent reports city law passed two years ago requires the police department to release complete fare evasion data broken down by age sex race and location instead the NYPD shared a partial list from the top ten stations which shows ninety percent of the people ticketed were black and Latino now judges saying the department needs to comply with the law the NYPD says it's reviewing the decision and their options this comes as the agency is hiring five hundred new officers to crack down on crimes like fair vision which is expected to cost the agency three hundred million dollars this year and a top administrator says New York city's department of education at the department of education rather says she's open to exploring new graduation standards chief academic officer Linda Chen testified today at a city council hearing on testing we support looking at the ability to have multiple measures to determine a student's graduation pathway. at the hearing as students teachers and parents advocated for ways to be on the regents exam to judge student achievement including in depth projects and papers most public high schools in New York require students to pass standardized tests to prove their mastery of different subjects as well as taking certain courses to achieve a diploma the board of regents has commissioned a task force to study the requirements tonight mostly clear low around sixty degrees currently it's seventy four degrees and.
Trump says he has directed release of 'unredacted' transcript of call with Ukrainian leader in which he discussed Biden
"Hill president drop me time says he has now directed release of an unredacted transcript of the call with the Ukrainian leader in which he discussed Biden with three rounds of debates down in more to go it is going to be even more difficult for candidates to qualify for the democratic debates in a couple of months in your time says the Democratic National Committee is tightening the rules for candidates to qualify for the November presidential primary debate candidates must receive donations from at least one hundred and sixty five thousand individual donors and have at least six hundred unique donors in at least twenty states Washington DC or US territories there was also reveal received either three percent in for national or early state polls or five percent in two poles in for early primary state registered yeses and
FBI documents point to Trump role in hush money for porn star Daniels
"Show president trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen trump's aid hope Hicks discussed a hush money payment the porn star stormy Daniels in a phone call just weeks before the twenty sixteen election documents also show that trump joined the call unredacted search warrants and document in the call in case were released by government prosecutors yesterday Daniels and former playboy model Karen McDougal have a ledge having affairs with trump claims trump has denied the house Judiciary Committee yesterday demanded hope picks returned for a second round of questioning within the next month to clarify what it described as inconsistent testimony she gave about Donald trump's hush
Ex-Trump aide Hicks denies involvement in hush money talks: lawyer
"Newly released court documents show Donald trump's former lawyer at the trump aid discussed a hush money payment to porn star stormy Daniels only weeks before the twenty sixteen election despite denials the documents also show the trump joined the call himself unredacted search warrants and documents in the Michael Cole in case were released by government prosecutors
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"Call unredacted search warrants and documents in the call in case were released by government prosecutors today Daniels and former play ball playboy model Karen McDougal have alleged having affairs with trump claims trump has
Judge orders Michael Cohen documents to be unsealed
"The campaign finance probe into president trump's former lawyer Michael Colin is over a court filing in New York shows the case is closed just days after reports indicated prosecutors were unlikely to bring criminal charges against anyone besides Michael Cohen the judge clearing the way for the public release of mostly unredacted documents currently seal because prosecutors said they were still investigating hush money payments going helped orchestrate to two women who claim to have affairs with trump the president denies the allegations going pleaded guilty last year but others involved in the payments remain on charges including the president as well as executives at the trump
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"Release more unredacted portions of memos written by former FBI director James Komi, the former FBI director wrote the memo's after his conversations with President Trump to keep a record while his memories were fresh. The memos were used as evidence in the special counsel investigation into possible, obstruction of Justice. Most of the memos have already been released, but parts were redacted. The government claimed those redacted passages would reveal information about intelligence gathering, in foreign relations, Brian shook NBC News Radio. Not that far away the next budget vote in the Johnstown school district. The next vote is scheduled for Tuesday, June eighteenth last month voters voted down a budget proposal that called for thirty five percent tax Levy increase that vote required. A super majority of sixty percent of voters approving Dr Patricia Kilborn is the school superintendent in Johnstown. She tells news channel thirteen. On June eighteenth. They won't need a supermajority to get the budget passed in this upcoming vote. We're trying to stay within our tax cap so that keeps us at fourteen percent, which would require a simple majority followed over the course of the last two years administrators in the school district have eliminated thirty positions nineteen staff positions eliminated in this school year. Russia now says it may increase the number of military specialists in Venezuela. Correspondent bills in for has the latest after President Trump suggested this week that Russia was pulling most of its people out of Venezuela, Russia. Not only denied it now. They say they may increase the number of Russian military specialists in Venezuela. A Russian foreign ministry member said the number of specialist in Venezuela is strictly related to contracts with Venezuela, and the number will rise and fall as needed bills, Infor, NewsRadio eight ten and one zero three one. W G Y, WalMart is announcing an in home, grocery delivery service. That will bring groceries right to shoppers refrigerators starting in the fall, WalMart will offer this service to nearly one million people in Kansas City, Pittsburgh in Vero beach. Florida customers would install a smart lock outside of their home, and the WalMart employees will use a wearable camera device and use a one time code to enter users can opt to have orders delivered straight to their kitchen or to the garage the last of the superhero films to hit the IRS before Disney bought FOX arrives this weekend, dark Phoenix is the latest in the X men line of films with the current cast of recent movies, Kevin car fach is at the movies tells W G wise checking Kelly he likes it, but it has been getting mixed results. X men movie action and characters and excitement doesn't feel as significant as some of the other superhero movies or even as good as the other ones that they've had with this new cast among the other films. This weekend or the animated sequel, the secret life of pets, too, fat guys at the movies is heard every Friday morning on WG. Why WGN news time eight oh? Five now. W G, Y sports, was that Carris?.
House Judiciary Committee to hold June 10 hearing on Mueller report
"Within a week or so, the house is expected to vote on contempt citations for attorney general William bar, and former White House counsel, Don, Mcgann the move is tied to the findings of special counsel, Robert Muller's. Russia report, NPR Susan Davis, says that's according to house majority leader, Steny Hoyer of Maryland. In a statement Hoyer said the resolution is meant to force bar, and Mcgann to comply with House Judiciary committee subpoenas. Congressmens unredacted version of special counsel, Robert Mueller's report and public testimony from both men. President Trump is cleaning executive privilege over the report and mcgann's testimony, the resolution will authorize committees to pursue civil action in an effort to get the courts to force the Trump administration's compliance with congressional oversight the moves esscalation in Ann Arbor, tense confrontation between the president and congress. In his statement, the majority leader said the president's refusal to comply is quote the biggest cover up in
"unredacted" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"The pressure is building every day for impeachment, and we just got more evidence today. Leaked out from the redacted portions of the report, which confirm everybody's sense that there was presidential destruction of Justice. We knew of ten or eleven episodes of it that were invoked in the unredacted portions by a special counsel Muller. Now we know about. The more evidence of it coming from Michael Flynn, and it just seems overwhelming. I think there were more than eight hundred federal prosecutors. That is former colleagues of the attorney general who came out and said when they read the redacted version of the report, they, they are convinced that this would be brought as an obstruction of Justice prosecution and indictment in federal court against anybody other than the president and the special counsel says out of deference to the rule that the DOJ doesn't indict the president will kick it over to the house of representatives. So what is an impeachment in impeachment is an indictment by the house of representatives that goes over to the Senate, and then there's a trial over there? So I think the the pressure is building. We understand that it's not an upper download a lot of people saying that you four featuring against impeachment. That's not what it's about the question is are you for an impeachment inquiry? Do you think there's enough evidence to suggest that there were high crimes and misdemeanors against the United States? And there were three articles in the Nixon articles of impeachment. Okay. So one of them was the first was obstruction of Justice to second was abusive power in the third was contempt of congress sound familiar. Carson Krishna Murthy. We see in these new unredacted elements of the court filings today, the potential for what's actually in the mullahs report. In the in the what in what is still redacted? We see references to Rick gates Donald Trump in a car, and the way to LaGuardia Airport. They are talking about WikiLeaks. We know that from the beginning of the paragraph and from the little hints, at the end of the paragraph. But we don't know what's in the middle. And that's what you're chairman of the intelligence committee, congressman Schiff is trying to obtain that speaks directly to the interests of the intelligence committee. Absolutely in a bipartisan request with chairman Schiff and ranking member Devin newness. They asked for the counter intelligence findings that were statutorily obligated to receive from the special counsel's office and the department of Justice. We haven't seen them yet. I just want to stop you there for a second Carson to underline this for the audience your committee, and China's committee operates under different rules from the rest of the committee, and there are actually provision, made specifically for your committee to receive some of the material that is specifically redacted in rural report. Currently, correct, just for your viewers background. There was actually a members of the FBI who are embedded in the special counsel's office, who were collecting..
"unredacted" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"The prospect of reaching out to WikiLeaks was discussed on page fifty two volume. One of the mullahs report. Details contacts with the Trump campaign about WikiLeaks and includes several reductions, because of what the mullahs report calls, an ongoing matter, meaning an ongoing case or investigation that probably in this instance, refers to the Roger stone case, in which Roger stone is accused of lying about WikiLeaks. What Rick gates told the special counsel's office is redacted except for the final sentence saying gates recalled candidate Trump being generally frustrated that the Clinton emails had not been found. On page fifty four of volume. One of the mullahs report, there is more from Rick gates about WikiLeaks, including a partially redacted conversation, he had with candidate Trump, according to gates by the late summer of two thousand sixteen the Trump campaign was planning a press strategy, a communications campaign, a messaging based on the possible release of Clinton emails by WikiLeaks, and then you see there is a redaction, and the next words are while Trump and gates or driving to LaGuardia Airport? Another redaction then, quote shortly after the call candidate Trump told gates that more releases of damaging information would be coming those reductions about what was said to candidate Trump about WikiLeaks, and what candidate Trump said to Rick gates about WikiLeaks are crucial to any investigation of the presidency by congress that. That is why the Democrats in the House Judiciary committee are demanding the unredacted Mullah report. Another newly unredacted portion of the court filing today shows another element of the obstruction of Justice investigation of the president, and this one includes the president's lawyer the newly unredacted sentences in the court filing today, about obstruction of Justice say, the defendant assisted the special counsel's office investigation into potential efforts to interfere with or otherwise obstruct its investigation. The defendant informed the government of multiple instances both before and after his guilty plea were either he or his attorneys received communications from persons connected to the administration or congress that could have affected, both his willingness to cooperate and the completeness of that cooperation, the defendant, even provided a voicemail recording of one, such communication in some of those instances the special counsel's office was unaware of the outreach until. Being alerted to it, by the defendant, that newly unredacted material links up with page one twenty eight to one Twenty-one of volume two of the mullahs report, which includes what appears to be a partial transcript of a voicemail that one of Michael Flynn's lawyers received after Michael Flynn, began cooperating with the prosecutors in late November twenty seventeen Flynn began to cooperate with this office on November twenty second twenty seventeen Flynn withdrew from joint defense agreement. He had with the president Flynn's council told the president's personal council and council for the White House that Flynn could no longer have confidential communications with the White House, or the president later that night, the president's personal council left of voice mail for Flynn's council, but said, I understand your situation. But let me see if I can't state it in starker terms, it wouldn't surprise me if you've gone on to make a deal with the government if there's. Information that implicates the president, then we've got a national security issue. So, you know, we need some kind of heads up, just for the sake of protecting all our interests, if we can remember what we've always said about the president and his feelings, toward flan, and that's still remains on November twenty third 2017 Flynn's attorneys returned the call from the president's personal counsel to acknowledge receipt of the voicemail Flynn's attorneys reiterated that they were no longer in a position to share information under any sort of privilege, according to Flynn's attorneys. The president's personal council was indignant and vocal in his disagreement. The president's personal counsel said that he interpreted what they said to him as a reflection of Flynn's hostility towards the president, and that he planned to inform. His client of that interpretation Flynn's attorneys understood that statement to be an attempt to make them re. Reconsider their position because the president's personal council believed that Flynn would be disturbed to know. That's such a message would be conveyed to the president of footnote to that passage in the mullahs report says, because of attorney client privilege issues. We did not seek to interview the president's personal counsel about the extent to which he discussed his statements to Flynn's attorneys with the president that section of the mall report does not identify the president's personal council by name, but at that time, Washington maternity, John Dowd was acting as the president's personal counsel before he quit..
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"Now it's time for the last word with Lawrence O'Donnell, good evening. Well, it was unredacted day a little bit. I mean, and really powerfully interesting. New information to put it mildly redacted in that court filing. Oh, yeah. I mean the Flint stuff about what Flynn co co operated on, and then just like the follow up rulings from the judge. Oh, and by the way, I want the recordings of the intimidating phone call from the president's lawyer when he called in the middle of the night. And tells you not to cooperate and I want the recording of you talking to the Russians. And by the way, I'm ordering the Justice department to publicly release it unredacted Miller report. So the thing about the wanting to hear the recording makes perfect sense to me. Because when you read the transcript of the reporting in the mullahs report is I'm about to do on DVD there, there would appear to be edits in there is these little ellipses throughout and so. And they seem to be taking words out, for whatever reason. And so that makes perfect sense that the judges wanna know, okay, what's it, what I need everything? That's, especially since since that call is taken to be a in the mullahs report. A piece of the obstruction of Justice case. That's right. And, you know, the is when you when you re when you have a block, quote like that, and it's got Lipsey in. It's about what one person in a conversation with saying it's often because they're taking a recording transcribed are taking a recording of a conversation between two people or whatever, but that was a recording of a voicemail. Right. So the season the visas and whatever you really wanna know what's in there. But apparently, we the public are going to get the transcript, the judge is going to get the recording and I wouldn't be surprised if wheel to get the recording to and Rachel before you go. Just one little note in there that really struck me that was part of what was unredacted today, it says that, that Michael Flynn was subject to potential interference in his testimony by people connected with the administration, and then congress and Colorado's does that mean members of congress as that. Mean congressional staff. Does that mean Devon Nunez best friend? What is that, that congress word jumped out at me as the most enormous possibility in their exactly who in connected to congress are like in who has with, with, with congressional reference is contacting Michael Flynn about his cooperation too. I mean there's been some intriguing stuff about members of congress in the Manafort prosecution. There was some redacted stuff that seemed to indicate that somebody with congressional connections may have done some bad stuff that, that Manafort got in trouble with. There's this reference in terms of somebody related to congress, having taken part in what appears to have been an obstructive effort in terms of getting Michael Flynn, not to cooperate. I mean I don't know. There's a there's fourteen redacted cases that are that are twelve fourteen cases that derived from prosecution that were referred to other prosecutors are once we haven't seen the possibility that some of that has something to do with people in Congress's congressional susp. List in my head right now we're going to save that for later. Thank you, Rachel, thanks. Well, the Trump trade wars are really hurting, the American farm, the American farmer is the biggest loser in the Trump trade war. And so Donald Trump was just taking tax payer, money and handing it to American farmers..
House to hold Barr contempt vote "when we're ready"
"And the house the. The judiciary committee voted to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress chair Jerrold Nadler calling the unfolding situation a quote constitutional crisis after mR Barr refused to meet with legislators to further discuss a Mullah report hours earlier, the president used his executive privilege power to block the unredacted Muller report from
Nancy Pelosi says House to vote on holding Barr in contempt "when we're ready"
"Our nation's capital house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's no timeline yet on a full vote in the house on holding attorney general William bar in contempt of congress will come to the floor, and we'll just see may be some other contempt. Of congress. Issues that we want to deal with at the same time also agrees with House Judiciary chair Jerry Nadler that there is a constitutional crisis in the nation consideration for contempt charges for bar stem from refusal to obey a subpoena to turn over the unredacted
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"Release of the unredacted Muller report attorney Torney general William bar and the Justice department have refused to comply with a subpoena from Democrats on the judiciary committee to produce the report in its entirety as they debated over. What bar was doing whether to hold him in contempt for two. Democrat Representative Ted Deutch says it's a matter of. Of getting to the truth or asking for information. That is no longer held in confidence among the president. And his closest advisers, we're just asking for the truth the truth that many already know, but is being withheld from the public that Florida Republican Matt gates said Democrats. No, they can't impeach the president. So they're going after bar. They have to de-legitimize the guy that the one de-legitimize the guy that people voted for. But they don't have the guts to do it directly into they're going after the attorney general if the committee decides to hold bar in contempt the matter will be referred to the full house. The medical care of a three year old boy is being debated for a second day today in Tampa courtroom, Noah Adams has leukemia and after two rounds of chemotherapy, his parents said they wanted other treatments like cannabis when they failed to show up for chemo appointment on April. Twenty second authorities realized they had fled the state. The family was found in Kentucky and brought back a tapa judge awarded temporary custody to know his grandmother now a judges deciding what form of treatment is best for him. The ruling. Expected sometime this afternoon medical experts say chemotherapy has shown to be ninety percent effective against Noah's type of leukemia. Five people have been arrested and one is on the run after state and local authorities busted a retail theft ring operating across fourteen Florida counties, including the bay area stealing over two million dollars worth of goods. The suspects off from Tampa were arrested following an undercover investigation by state and local agencies detective say the suspects targeted stores like CVS, Publix and Walgreens stealing items like razor blades, white strips shoes. And perfume they hit up to ten stores. Most nights of the week stealing between ten and fifteen thousand dollars worth of merchandise. Polk County sheriff Grady, Judd said two of the suspects were also stealing from taxpayers while they were stealing stuff could attune of millions of dollars. Causing you to pay more at the store. They were also taking your tax dollar in the area of food stamps mail. I don't know about you. But that upsets me John said, the stolen items were either sold here or ship to Cuba. The five suspects in custody are facing felony racketeering charges. The search is on for a sixth and the newest member of Britain's Royal family has a name Prince, Harry and Meghan Markle, the Duke and duchess of Sussex announced today that their first born son born yesterday morning will be called Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor. The couple showed Archie off to the cameras today. His American mom saying he has the sweetest temperament dad calling him a bundle of joy, the Sussex. Also, introduced Queen Elizabeth to her new great grandson today. It's three oh five at News Radio. WFL whether.
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"The Democrats do want to see the two percent. Volume two that has been redacted. But to hold the attorney general in contempt for not producing the full unredacted version. They did by the way, you've heard the the old saw. Well, Republicans held Eric Holder in contempt comments. Yeah. But it took the Republicans ten months of negotiating with the department of Justice back, then it was about documents proving fast and furious. You remember with that was that was the Obama administration attempt to create public outrage about guns to facilitate action on chipping away at the second amendment. What what fast and furious was was that Obama administration program that took guns high-powered rifles and so forth from American gunshots. Phoenix. And saw to it that they ended up in the hands of drug cartels. And the drug cartels. Of course, they kill people. They murder a name AM do it with guns. And they wanted the news to be that guns. From an American gung shop ended up in the hands of drug cartel. Murderers and thugs and people are now dead. That's why we need to have controls more controls over guns. This was the it was discovered. It was found out. The guns would not have ended up in the hands of Mexican drug cartels. Were it not for policies of the Obama administration? Okay. So there were documents proving this Republican congress wanted them, the attorney general was colder, and he refused for ten months to turn them over. And after ten months of negotiations is when they finally declared him in contempt of congress now ask yourself this. How has being held in contempt of congress changed Eric holder's life answer zip zero NADA? It didn't matter. And in fact, most people don't even remember it. So I'm just telling you that William bar is not quaking in his boots. This was predictable. The Democrats are nothing if not predictable particularly when they're insane losing their minds. Now there could be. There could be a reason why they want to see the two percent. Of the mullahs report volume two on obstruction that has been redacted. And I think over on the collusion side. It's eight percent that has been redacted all of this is one of two things either grand jury testimony, or if is material that gives away techniques and sources used by investigators that we wouldn't want our supposed enemies to learn. So those are the two primary reasons things would be redac-. Also, there's a third reason, and that is not to harm people who are you know, peripherally or on the fringe involved in this. I mean, they had nothing to do with it. They were they were interviewed. They were investigated found. They had nothing to do with it. They're redacted. So is no harm comes to their reputation or any of that. So those are the three primary reasons and all of these reasons are resulting from acts of law passed by congress that they now want the attorney general to ignore they want him to essentially break the law, and an unredacted everything and give them full view and knowledge of the mullahs report. And it could well be that one of the things. They don't doubt me. They know that there's nothing in this report it's going to convict Trump of anything that that's a that's a dead end. And they know it they're just servicing their base. They're just keeping their lunatic base happy when they act like, yeah. There's something in there. We don't there's something in there could get Trump in trouble. But Muller is being privileged bars for technical Trump? And that's why we need to see it. That's all Kaka, folks. They want their base to think that, but they know that no such evidence exists. They know it's exact.
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"The suit is negotiated by third party without going to court or jury trial, and there's no chance of appeal five current or former employees have recently sued the company for violating California's equal pay act and allege gender-based discrimination. Retaliation and harassment last week right filed the motion to force two of those current employees into arbitration Jocelyn Mona is a social listening strategist at right games. And one of the walkouts organizers for Serb attrition is still really common in gaming companies. And there are so many issues that need to be addressed her on diversity. I think it has to happen. I think that if it doesn't it's exceptionally unhealthy for the industry, right games. Last week. How the company wide meeting and published a statement saying it would allow an opt out of four star patrician, but only to new employees and only after the ongoing lawsuits have been resolved. This walkout was the first such. Action in the video game industry. Though. It follows November's global walkout by thousands of Google employees, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Uber and lift have all agreed to end forced arbitration for sexual harassment complaints for KCRW. I'm Amish artsy. Support for NPR comes from K Buxbaum in supported the David Gilkey. Zombie will tomato memorial fund established to strengthen NPR's commitment to training and protecting journalists in high risk environments. It's six oh seven. This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington DC, and I'm David Greene in Culver City, California. The House Judiciary committee led by Democrats will vote tomorrow to recommend that the household. Attorney general William bar in contempt. This comes after bar failed to comply with a congressional subpoena demanding the full unredacted Muller report for its part. The Justice department has indicated it wants to negotiate to avoid contempt proceedings. So what is behind this back and forth? Well, let's ask a democrat on the committee. Congressman Ted Deutch Florida joins us. Good morning. Congressman. Good morning. David going to be with you. Well, thanks for taking the time. What do you accomplish by holding an attorney general in contempt, but we're we're moving forward on this. So that congress can do its job we have three Coequal branches of government and the president and the attorney general have failed to work with us to allow us to do our job when we know from the mall report that there is a sweeping Russian attack on our election. We know that there were repeated attempts by the Trump campaign to obstruct Justice. And we know that there's information that we need in order to to fully investigate all of the reactions were simply trying to get that information, which is exactly the way that the process should work. This contempt proceeding is the only way at this point because of the attorney general's failure to cooperate that that we're going to be able to get this on behalf of the American people. So when Republicans did the same thing to President Obama's attorney general Eric Holder. I mean, the Obama White House at the time said that the vote like this was political theater in instead of actually doing real over. Oversight. I mean is this wrote vote really as valuable as as trying to to get the full unredacted Mullah reporting and do other types of oversight and in different ways. Well, actually, this vote is necessary in order for us to get the full unredacted Mahler report. I think everyone understands that that congress needs this information that the American people deserve to know, all of the facts. And that's all we're trying to do. There is every effort to work with the attorney general. I know that that his team is going to be meeting with the with chairman Nadler's folks again today, hopefully to come up with an accommodation that will allow us to get all of this information. So that we can we can act on this. There was this series attack on our democracy. And there is every reason to believe David that we're going to see it again in twenty twenty we need to know, what was uncovered. So that we can protect American protect our democracy. I guess I wonder I mean, you have a Justice department that has expressed willingness to negotiate his is the best way to negotiate sort of holding this threat of contempt over the head of the attorney general or might it be more a better way to go about this with the Justice department be more willing to work with you. If if you're not, you know, holding this public vote. Well, sure, there are absolutely better ways to to accomplish this. And we've tried all of them. We've if you remember in the listeners know, this we've tried from the moment the report came out to before since before it came out to make clear that we deserve the full unredacted report in order for us to do our job. And and despite our requests, and despite the ongoing conversations with the Justice department, the attorney general of the United States simply has refused. Turn it over. This isn't our first choice. This is what's necessary at this point because the Justice department and the president's handpicked attorney general have refused to cooperate. That's why this is necessary tomorrow. But just just to be clear. I mean, if you've got indications from Justice that they were willing to start talking about, you know, a full unredacted report and have those negotiations you might back off on this vote. Well, of course, we don't we don't want to have to go forward, a contempt charges. What we do is what we want is for the full report to be delivered. And I know there will be more discussions today. And I hope we can avoid holding the attorney general of the United States in contempt. But he needs to recognize that congress is a co equal branch of government. And that the house needs information. So that we can do our job secure our democracy and make sure that no one is above the law. Congressman Ted Deutch is a democrat from the state of Florida member of the House Judiciary committee, congressman, thanks so much. Of course. Thanks did. It. I don't want to bring in NPR's Kelsey Snell who covers congress. He's been listening along with us Kelsey. Hey, good morning. So tell me what's happening here. What is the actual impact of holding an attorney general in contempt? Well, the congressman said that they need to do this in order to compel the Justice department to comply with their request to release the unredacted portions of the Muller report. But you know, it might actually just being mostly symbolic. That's kind of how it's worked in the past. And so they may if they want to get that information still have to go to court if they want to get the information that they're asking for and if this is symbolic this, then becomes a really big political move and a signaling move in that way. So if Democrats know that this could be purely symbolic is there still an argument in their mind that it's worth doing this to send some kind of message. Yeah. Absolutely Democrats have been trying to send their base their voters. The message that they are willing to be tough on this administration and trying. To send the administration the message that they don't get to set the terms for how Democrats are going to investigate the Trump administration. They want to be able to make it clear that they aren't going to let them set the terms, and let them decide who will answer questions, and who will not now holding the attorney general in contempt is a really big and really public way to say that Democrats really aren't going to back down. Even if say, the president is is he doesn't wanna comply with any of the requests that they have on any of the investigative fronts. You know, we're not just talking about the Russian investigation here. They're also looking into his dependents business dealings and even his tax returns. So if Democrats do go forward with this. I mean, what do we expect from the department of Justice in terms of responding? Well, we've already heard from the Justice department that they believe that it isn't legal for bar to comply with the request. They're saying that that he has given them all that they can get them. And that if they want more information, they do Justice. Department has offered a closed-door opportunity for Democrats to go and look at the unredacted portions, but you know, Democrats say that's not enough. They want everything that they see to also be seen by the public. Could this have some kind of impact on on another looming question, which is whether or not Bob Muller, actually, testified in congress? That is really the big question that nobody has seemed to be able to answer because it comes down to whether or not the White House is going to intervene here. So far, the attorney general has not changed his tune from several weeks ago when he told our own Carrie Johnson that he would have no objections to Muller testifying before congress. And you know, they want to try and do that in the next week. And if if this continues apace, it may change the kind of relationship between Democrats and the Justice department, but that's yet to be seen. All right. Kelsey Snell covers congress for us. Kelsey, thanks so much. Thank you. South Africans are voting for new leaders tomorrow in what is being called a defining election. Twenty five years after Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress came to power with the formal end of a partake in nineteen ninety four the ANC promised to end inequality among South Africans. So as the governing party lived up to that pledge from Johannesburg NPR's ofeibea Quist arcton reports. South Africa's political parties held their final election campaign rally Sunday, President said oh rumbles took over the leadership of the African National Congress party and the country from disgraced President Jacob Zuma last year amid mounting allegations of deep government graft and official influence-peddling Ramaphosa totes Africans those guilty of corruption will have no place in his cabinet, the ANC oparliament and apologize to his compatriots. Mistakes. Our people. Yes. Only those doing nothing big mistakes. South Africa's opposition is having none of it. It accuses the ANC of drowning in rampant official corruption and failing to deliver fully on basic needs such as housing jobs and land distribution Morsi, my money. Need of the main opposition Democratic Alliance says the ANC is no longer relevant as a political movement and his party is a better option nationally. We are close to the dream will ensure that there's a job in Miami meant for the people is spent on another phone in the flesh of the governing party is the opposition economic freedom fighters led by us while ANC youth leader Judas Malemba, he told his supporters the ANC is afraid of the F established just five years ago and says the ANC should expect to be booted out of office in key provinces. This election say can.
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"Well, did you have any thoughts on this Muller thing that just might die? Here's here's the thing. As of last week attorney general bar they had given to Mr. Nodar, a minimally redacted version it had essentially everything that they needed and had requested. But Mr. naughtily refused even read it and just blew past it and was proceeding on his past. It's also interesting to note that Mr. Mueller was offered by attorney general bar a full advanced copy of the review for his comment before it was released and Mr. Mueller decline. And then he had lots of comments after it was released. So if if folks were really wanting to treat the executive branch as an equal branch of government, they they sure haven't indicated that of behind the scenes, I think it's gonna backfire Steve Russell's with us on NewsRadio one thousand K T, okay? Because much like in the nineties when Republicans were pushing impeachment against Clinton. Yeah. We none of us like the idea that it was fooling around on his wife, and that he lied about it. But I don't know that that constituted high crime and misdemeanor, and and President Trump being a jerk does not constitute high crimes and misdemeanors. Neither does neither does redacting document. I the question to ask Mr. Butler is have you read the report the latest report that attorney general bar set to you? And as it must week the answer that was no. So I recall to Lee attorney general holder head sent us heavily redacted documents. And the Democrats were very very smug on on that that not a problem. And there were major things that were blocked out of that not just people said private and personal information. Grand jury permission. Yeah. And because it has to be grand jury information has to be redacted does it. Yeah. Yeah law. They can't they can't unredacted. So that's that's where the well. Colonel russell. I'm so glad you joined us free to give us a call anytime..
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"To the committee and unredacted version of the Muller report. I'm John trout. Broadcasting live from the San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty start your week off right with Brian Sussman and Katie green. No. Well, good morning. It's Brad Sussman for brother, Brian talkradio five sixty K SFO hope everybody's having a good morning. So far, we certainly are around here for many many reasons, including the fact that well, the good news is the reins pulling out going to turn into a nice day around the area today. Still a little foggy little cloudy along the coast. But other is we'll see some sunshine. We're all happy about the great economic numbers. We saw on Friday. We're all happy about everything going on there. We had a plane crash in Florida over the weekend. You didn't hear about it because nobody perished even though the plane went into a river crazy story there, sadly, not the same case in the Soviet Union. Well, sorry, not so Viet union anymore. In russia. We're a plane crash. They're killed forty one people. We're going to talk more about what the Democrats are up to and who they really want to be their presidential candidate. And then also we're talk about men of history famous men of history. How would they survive today's modern standard is a great story from the spectator? American spectator. Just hilarious back that I would even think by some of these snarky answers that Katie green might have partially written this article because it is absolutely hilarious. And that's right. She is back here with news and traffic, Katie green. Good morning to you. Welcome back. Good morning brother Brad, well to businesses and Milpitas have been temporarily shut down after elevated levels of lead or found inside both buildings. You're listening to live and local headlines. Talk radio five sixty K F O test results from the county. Health officials at the shooting range, target masters, west and. Sweets gymnastics, both had an elevated risk of lead exposure. Both businesses will remain closed until cleanup is complete and people concerned about potential exposure to the lead should consult their medical provider. And concord police say a security guard trying to break up a large brawl at Sun Valley mall in concord accidentally sprayed a police officer with pepper spray the guard tried to break up the fighting volving dozens of teens Blount up being attacked what he brought out the pepper spray to try to separate the crowd and officer sustained minor injuries. However, he's in good condition and no arrests were made. And look at your traffic..
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"Welcome to you at home to a special edition of the beat on the first full day since the redacted Muller report came out, what's next in the battle. Well, atop democrat joins me later on why they are subpoenaing the entire report today. That's big news. Also, a headline that would scare any White House fourteen new investigations that Muller handed off many of them unknown. We're going to get into that. And later, you know, we cover all the evidence here on the beat what we begin tonight's show with some of the truly damning evidence of obstruction against Trump in. This report. But I want you to know what the end of this hour, we will turn to a witness who faced off against the Miller probe and came out in the clear Carter page one of the Trump advisors. I caught up in this probe will join me later live, but we begin with the news rocking Washington. Even as the Trump administration tries to distract you from it. Tonight. It is a Fisher House Democrats, formerly demanding Bill bar handover, the full unredacted Mullah report by may first judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler, issuing this formal subpoena today, the move telegraphed during the past three weeks of sparring between Trump attorney general Bill bar given his aggressive, and we can now report often proven to be misleading handling of the conclusion of the Mueller probe. But let me tell you this as we get into this news tonight telegraphing, you might do something and negotiating about it with the White House of the DOJ is different than action tonight is action. The first time the Trump DOJ is now staring down the pressure of a subpoena from report, and that's not all Democrats demanding the Bob Mueller himself testify by may twenty third. They are seizing on bars. Terse statement yesterday. What was of course, his first major press conferences attorney general that bar said he didn't object to motor dressing con..
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"Muller, and to demand full unredacted version of his report as Democrats pursue investigating possible. Obstruction of Justice as described in the Muller report resident touted the bottom line conclusions as laid out by attorney general William Barr. No, obstruction, no collusion than ever was by the way. And then never will be. That's not exactly what the report says though, it does state. There's no evidence the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, but it does not clear the president of obstructing Justice and gives details about his bids to derail the investigation by pushing for Bob Muller's firing among other things efforts at says were largely knocked down by those around the president in one dramatic moment. The report recounts Trump's reaction when Muller was appointed. Oh my God. This is terrible. This is the end of my. Presidency. Saga megani at the White House. A federal appeals court has kept in place three California laws intended to protect immigrants from being nabbed by thirties in court or at their places of work. The partner of the Minneapolis police officer on trial for fatally shooting a woman in two thousand seventeen says that he didn't fire. It Justin Damon after hearing a noise because he hadn't fully analyzed the situation. He agreed when prosecutors asked if it was premature to use deadly force Instagram now admits millions more users were affected by a password security lapse than first reported last month. Now, they say employees had access to millions of passwords a well-known. US mountain climber is presumed to have died in an avalanche at Canada's Banff national park. Just just Ross skelly into Austrian climbers have been missing since yesterday. Joe judaize loses his appeal to avoid deportation. This is AP radio news. Uber is releasing a new feature to help riders make sure they're getting inside the right vehicle changes come several weeks after a university of South Carolina. Student was killed after getting into a car. She had mistaken for the Uber ride that she hailed Uber says it would send a push notification to writers reminding them to check the driver and vehicle. The alert will include the driver's name photo license plate, number and vehicle. Make and model. The ride hailing giant is rolling out the new feature I in Columbia, South Carolina and later nationwide over is also sending emails to every writer to outline the steps to make sure they're getting into the right car. I'm Shelley Adler despite urgings from scientists that Americans reduce fuel usage to slow climate change. There was record consumption last year. A ten percent jump in natural gas of four percent hike in other types of fuel. I'm Jacky Quin AP radio news. AP radio news. I'm Jacky Quin. The head of the House Judiciary committee's vowing to subpoena special counsel, Robert.
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"Concerned about Russian meddling, or not had a week of absolute hysteria on this topic and it's worth like for me I think there's one way to tell whether you're actually care about. Election meddling or if you don't if you, actually care, about election meddling you should have a ton of questions for Barack Obama, and his intelligence chiefs who knowingly allowed meddling to happen they were talking about it in August September October of two thousand sixteen they said they knew. Russia's meddling they. Did nothing Barack. Obama even told his cyber people to stand down and like you said it was only after. Donald Trump somehow won this election that all, of a sudden it became this real big hullabaloo They didn't go to, Senator McConnell and say Senator McConnell. We don't want it to seem as if we're taking sides with the democrat Senator McConnell let's do, it McConnell said no they wanted to, a statement that means nothing what I'm talking about is if you actually think this is a big deal and. You're not just using it as a, way, to go after Donald Trump. You should be demanding accountability commissions. For the previous president and those intelligence chiefs and if you're not doing. That I think that, says everything we need to know which is you don't actually think it was that big of a deal because actually There you go yeah Well and and something we have been, seeing along those lines is that if you, believe this is? Important Then you should be. Screaming, for the FBI to release all the documents and not have to do so as compelled by foia To do. What, as the as compelled by the oversight committees the people who represent us who have the clearance to see all of it well if Again Whether it's we played Eric Holder before on with Colbert We're saying Donald. Trump says is exonerates him no. It, doesn't at all it doesn't exonerate him at all well then fine demand that. Everything is open so we can, see that. The, America it's another democrat saying that no it, doesn't well then if you think he's guilty of collusion Then. Why are Democrats screaming why Democrats. Doing everything to keep the truth from coming out we've stated this for the last since we've. Been talking about releasing. Stuff which is way over a year a good year and a half we sit liberal Lisa release every any any information out there stop. With the reductions on. Unredacted we're sure there's plenty. Of stuff, in this in, this visor application. And, everything else surrounding it. That isn't top secret everything that. The, Democrats have screamed was top secret and was going to involve revealing a sources. And and could put people's lives, in danger. It, was all Bs it was all a lie Across the board. It was a lie. And again this coming out There's nothing top secret here as would, says Alan Dershowitz well this redaction is probably as we've seen before all the redaction is doing. What hiding the embarrassing moments that they don't. Want to be known it's not about it's not. About top secrets it's not about. What is it sources and methods it's not, about protecting people's lives it's about protecting their own posterior 's well and the left in Mollie Hemingway yesterday in, a, tweet, basically, pointing. Out that the same side that was screaming oh no no no there was never any surveillance of Trump or anyone in the Trump campaign is now justifying. That, very. Surveillance after the, warrant information and application. Was was, released okay great If you believe if you believe Eric Holder appearing on. Stephen, Colbert If you believe Eric Holder that it is damning toward the president that is damage and you should be. Calling for the, rest of the information to be released right away Now if you believe that the four hundred and twelve pages that was released just a few days ago the application for the warrant points in the direction Of Russian collusion by. Someone, in the Trump campaign or Trump himself you should right now be screaming at the top of your, lungs that that information be released by the FBI To the oversight committees All of it and.
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"The unredacted documentary classified will provide those in a separate secure transmittal to the house security office tomorrow now this jests they call me was wrong about the level of classification the memo's required meaning he could have broken the law and now as you know the newest news today is he's now under investigation for the same inspector general's office number three on the comey memos the department of justice seemingly fit about the importance of the memos the department of justice refused to turn over the memo's when requested under the freedom of information act they claim the release of the memos would interfere with muller investigation there is nothing in the memos that seems to suggest this is true and if it were true why would the doj narrow least the memo to congress nine four while that they would be leaked within minutes number four the memo's do not suggest obstruction upon the release of the memos representative steven nunez bob goodlatte and trey gouty chairman of three relevant committees rightly tore into komi they stated that the memo's coach or the president made clear he wanted allegations of collusion coordination conspiracy between his campaign and russia fully investigated furthermore the memo's demonstrate that trump did not want the russia election interference investigation ended but the suggestion that he engaged in lewd personal conduct and it's the congressman point out the memos also show former director comey never wrote that he felt obstructed or threatened never.