17 Burst results for "Vacher Berg"

"vacher berg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"News one zero six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. CBS news time seven fifty Bill weeks and Holly Makita at the KCBS editor's desk and Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is calling for more federal and global regulation of technology companies KCBS technology analysts Larry magazine says an op Ed published today in the Washington Post it on Facebook Zuckerberg says there should be more regulation in specific areas. It's somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation. But he does outline some key areas that are ripe for regulating and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start dealing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another Luxembourg also says that current election law is outdated applying only two candidates during elections. Whereas today this information campaigns often target divisive issues, not politicians and are active nonstop the horror movie us filmed at the Santa Cruz beach. Boardwalk has been a big hit at the box office. Some people say that it's so scary. They've been avoiding the seaside amusement park. However, it's KCBS Jennifer Hodges reports the people who run the boardwalk say that the film actually has had the opposite effect. Whenever aside is prominently featured in a movie, especially a successful one it attracts attention, and that's no different at the Santa Cruz beach boardwalk, which currently is on the big screen with us,.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The Washington Post from Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg, CBS news tech analyst, Larry Magid, telling us Zakar. Berg is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start dealing with issues of privacy election interference. Harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another how some lawmakers and privacy advocates have been supporting moves like this to loosen big Tex grip on our personal data. Saudi Arabia now accused of hacking. Jeff Bezos is phone BBC reports and investigative was hired to find out how his private messages ended up late to the National Enquirer and that investigator link the hack to the Washington Post's coverage of the brutal murder of Saudi journalist Jamaca Shoji saying the Saudis targeted the post because kashogi worked for them. And of course, basis owns the post Saudi Arabia has not commented on the allegations. As of yet cold open for Saturday Night Live brings out Robert deniro as Robert Muller reading report with an actor playing AG bar summarizing it in real time and Alec Baldwin is Trump live tweeting reaction. I am submitting these three hundred eighty pages. I am writing almost four pages. I am reading zero pages. Sean Hannity has vetted and he was so excited that he texted me an eggplant. Point Baldwin's Trump held up a copy of the report and said, they would be redacting everything other than the words. No and collusion. WCBS news time eight forty eight. Traffic.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Jagger is able to tore they were due to perform two shows at MetLife stadium in June and three half past eight tonight. It's the start of earth. Our time to turn off the lights and the devices Lou Lenart is with the World Wildlife Fund time for people to really put down their devices their phones, turn off the TV connect with their family around what's happening in our world. And what we can all do to contribute to crude things for everyone. Now that includes shining a light on climate change. Millions of people are expected to participate in the event in one hundred and eighty countries the Empire State building will go dark in honor of earth hour as well and op Ed in the Washington Post from Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg, CBS news tech analysts. Larry Magid, telling us bergh's calling for stronger government regulation of the internet it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat. Of a road map as to where the government can start giggling with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another some lawmakers and privacy advocates have been supporting moves like this to loosen big Tex grip on our personal data. Saudi Arabia is now accused of hacking. Jeff Bezos is phone. The BBC reports an investigator is hired to find out how his private messages were leaked to the National Enquirer. The investigator linked to the Washington Post's coverage of the brutal murder of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi saying the Saudis targeted the post because kashogi worked for them and Bezos owns the post Saudi Arabia has not commented on the allegations. WCBS CBS news time five forty eight. Traffic.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they March up here, and then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar. You're close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the th-annual Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly correspondent set known as one of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like e expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electricity fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have happened a couple of days. Ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline and key areas that are ripe for patients and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start healing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another NCWA hoops, Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US zoom videoconferencing. If you're drowning in IRAs tax debt,.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they March up here, and then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cartoon direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride her. Blood was filed in the vehicle at twenty four year old the th-annual Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly correspondent set donors. They're one of the things that these relays really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electricity fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not. Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry Magid, it's somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline from key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna NC double a hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tom Foty, President Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best could get rid of them. Problems and they March up here. Coming into the country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sat down there. One of the things that these release really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electric fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. Bat was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been. Accused of abuse in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems. And they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samantha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sat down one of the things that these release really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones of increased electricity fuel for power stations three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused. Used of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna NCWA hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four. This is CBS news rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push-button get mortgage. If you're drowning in IRS tax debt, please get ready to take down this number to take advantage of the new IRS tax forgiveness.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Coming up in the next half hour on NewsRadio WBZ m the US has stopped delivering aid money to El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, due to their migrant caravans Moorhead from CBS news in Illinois state trooper and Cook County sheriff's investigator, Diane separate traffic crashes. CBS news update at three AM. CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance. Aren't Tom Foty, President Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into the country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut and direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim university of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations. Between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly correspondent set known as one of the things that the Israelis really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones of increased fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave the European Union. That was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry magazine, somewhat ironic that. Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start dealing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna C double a hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four..

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"vacher berg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Trump has put a financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best to get rid of their problems. And they March up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut in direct US aid money for El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent, Jim. Diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the th-annual Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border some of them deadly correspondent sat down is there. One of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electricity fuel for power stations with three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on prime. Minister Theresa May's plan to leave. The European Union was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government. Regulation of the internet. CDS can use technology analyst Larry Magid somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline and key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start healing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We're gonna NCWA hoops Texas Tech in Virginia advanced to the final four. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Well, this is terrible and expected March. So this month one hundred thousand of us are going to win the utility lottery. And we're going to be switched to this. This new time of use rate for your electric Bill is different than the tier system. But don't worry. If your name is picked first they will slowly be switching seven hundred fifty thousand of us over the next twelve months, and as you guessed, it means your electric bills probably gonna go up again. Please call my friends Palomar solar because when you pay your solar panels that cost doesn't go up then you pay him off pay nothing. And with the thirty percent federal tax credits stepping out at the end of the year. We've got higher bills coming right around the.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Foty, President Trump is putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into the country. We're not letting them in our country. So he's ordered a cut and direct US aid money for El Salvador Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separating and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student, and they have made an arrest in what they call a homicide case, here's correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samantha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. Israel has just now reopened its crossings from Gaza. They've been closed for days with new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along that border. Some of them deadly. Correspondent sect known as one of the things that these really's really would like to see from their side is no rockets being launched from from the Gaza Strip which already took place again last night. But also they wanted to see these demonstrations to be as quiet as restrained as possible in exchange for other things like expanded fishing lanes or fishing zones increased electric fuel for power stations where three rejections by parliament. Britain's government is considering yet another vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to leave. The European Union was supposed to have happened a couple of days ago at this point. There is no clear picture of if when or how that will happen or not Facebook, founder, Mark Zuckerberg out with an op Ed piece for the Washington Post. He is calling for stronger government regulation of the internet. CBS news technology analyst, Larry Magid, somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been. Accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline in key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content and the ability to move data from one service to another. We can answer you double a hoops, Texas Tech.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Conversion. Therapy from its online store the company had been reluctant to remove the software by living hope ministries because nothing about the app or its content violated Google play Google plays. Terms of service back Bailey. Head of the workplace, a quality program says advocacy groups are pleased that Google heard their message practices, really tantamount to child abuse. It's proven to have dangerous consequences for its victims. And what Google has done. Here is joined other platforms out have already pulled the app Amazon Apple Microsoft, and that's really taking an important step forward. Protect LGBTQ people and particularly LGBTQ young people. Bailey notes that conversion therapy has been denounced by all major medical associations in the United States. And other news this Saturday night, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is calling for more federal and global race. Relation of technology companies KCBS technology analysts Larry Magid says in an op Ed published today in the Washington Post and on Facebook Zuckerberg says there should be more regulation in specific areas. It's somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Craig Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the th-annual Rowland has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAs controlled. Palestinian side, prompting rarely response tankfire aimed at HAMAs positions earlier. There was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palistinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it's somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline in key areas that are ripe for regulating and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start dealing with issues of privacy election interference harmful con. Tent and the ability to move data from one service to another and C double A basketball tournament Virginia goes into the.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case correspondent, Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina. Student Samatha Josephson was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAS-controlled Palestinian side, prompting on his rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palestinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline and key areas that are ripe for relation and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful content. Tent and the ability to move data from one service to another and see double A basketball tournament. Virginia goes into the final four by beating Purdue eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. WBZ newsroom Sloan Martin this hour's top story in eighteen year old man from Saint Paul was shot in the neck at a nightclub in Maplewood last night. Maybe when police say the victim was last reported in critical condition at regions it happened at myth nightclub on woodland dry before eleven last night. No one is in custody. Police say they're not sure of the victim was the intended target. There is no known video of the incident which occurred in the adjacent Ashley furniture parking lot. Anyone with information should call police whether they wanted or nod Minnesota legislators are getting an adjustment in their compensation for doing the work of the states people. Minnesota lawmakers main job is to pass bills that becomes state law. But there's much more than that. There are committee hearings and party caucuses not to mention meeting with constituents at traveling from all points, north south east and west to Saint Paul what you might not know is that being a Minnesota state Senator or house member is a part-time job and like all. All jobs. There are pay increases. The legislative salary council has been meeting for several months and had their final meeting where they acted on a pay raise for lawmakers. And they got it. A three percents bump that amounts to an additional fifteen hundred dollars that movie annual salary for Minnesota state. Legislators to forty six thousand five hundred dollars for a part time job, the salary council is independent and made up of people who don't work at the capitol and legislative leaders point out. They have no say what the salary council does. Al shock WCC. Oh, many Minnesota rivers and streams are crusting this weekend with water levels expected to.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on WWL

"Foty, President Trump's putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims as a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut indirect US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth. Craig Columbia, South Carolina. Police have found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Rowland has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAS-controlled Palestinian side, prompting on his Rayleigh response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Rarely troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palestinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is offering concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem. Facebook founder Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issue of privacy election interference harmful. Content and the ability to move data from one service to another and C double A basketball tournament Virginia goes into the final four by beating Purdue eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in debt? Feel like.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best in get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula diversity of South Carolina students. Samatha Joseph said was last seen getting into a car outside a bar. Far close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the Faneuil Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAs controlled Palestinian side, prompting on his rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palistinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet more from CBS news technology analysts Larranaga, it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which has been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issues of privacy election interference harmful. Content and the ability to move data from one service to another and CW basketball tournament Virginia goes into the final four by beating do eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance. Shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Are you more than ten thousand dollars in.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Voted President Trump's putting financial pressure on three Central American nations. He blames for what he claims as a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best. They get rid of their problems, and they March up here, and then it coming into that country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut in direct US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies have separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Joseph said was last seen. Getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the th-annual Roldan has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAs controlled Palestinian side, prompting on Israeli response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. They're Palestinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is offering concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet. More from CBS news technology analyst Larranaga, it's somewhat ironic debt Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network which have been accused of abuses in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline and key areas that are ripe for relation and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issue. The privacy election interference harmful. Content and the ability to move data from one service to another and C double A basketball tournament Virginia goes into the final four by beating Purdue eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. Are you more than.

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"vacher berg" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"vacher berg" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"He blames for what he claims is a crisis on the southern border, in many cases, they put their worst people in the caravan. They're not going to put their best get rid of their problems, and they marched up here. And then it coming into their country. We're not letting them in our country. So he has ordered a cut indirect US money to Al Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. He's also threatening to close the US Mexican border. Democrats say it's the administration that is responsible for the crisis through its failed policies of separate and incarcerating families and focusing too narrowly on a wall instead of comprehensive immigration reform correspondent Kenneth Cragg Columbia, South Carolina, police have found the body of a missing college student and they've made an arrest in what they call a homicide case. Correspondent Jim Krasula university of South Carolina students Samatha Josephson was last. Seen getting into a car outside a bar close to the campus in Columbia, South Carolina. Police believe she thought it was her Uber ride. Her blood was found in the vehicle at twenty four year old the th-annual rolling has been charged with murder and kidnapping overseas. There have been new confrontations between Israel and Palestinians along the border with Gaza. Most recent rockets fired into Israel from HAMAS-controlled Palestinian side, prompting rarely response tank-firing that HAMAs positions earlier there was a more deadly exchange at least four Palestinians were killed. Israeli troops fired tear gas as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated on the Gaza border to Mark the one year anniversary of weekly protests. There Palestinians are demanding an end to a crippling Israeli blockade and Israel is operating concessions as part of Egyptian efforts for a ceasefire. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem, Facebook, founder, Mark zuckerberg's out with an op-ed piece for the Washington Post in which he calls for stronger government. Regulation of the internet. More from CBS news technology analyst Larranaga it somewhat ironic that Vacher Berg who runs the world's largest social network, which have been accused of abusive in many areas is now calling for government regulation, but he does outline some key areas that are ripe for relation and provide somewhat of a road map as to where the government can start killing with issue the privacy election interference harmful content. And the ability to move data from one service to another and see double A basketball tournament. Virginia goes into the final four by beating Purdue eighty seventy five in OT, Texas Tech beat Gonzaga seventy five sixty nine. This is CBS news. Zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing. For kmox news..

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