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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KOMO

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02:19 min | 1 d ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KOMO

"Over Steven's Pass. It's just mostly cloudy in Seattle. Most of the showers have passed through already. And it's 44 degrees. Come on news time. 7 36. Telling a family member who lives in an assisted care facility they won't spend Thanksgiving with family is a painful conversation. Ah, lot of people have had to have this year long term care providers are urging people and not the urging residents, rather not to leave as the virus is surging on the outside. Almost Carleen Johnson has the story. They can't force anyone to stay at the facility for Thanksgiving. They are urging families to reconsider the health of their loved one and others in the facility. They could bring the virus back to Chris right with DSHS situation, Given the current numbers in the community that take them outside the facility, it is an option, but families sitting and be very cautious if they decide to go that route, CEO of the Washington State Health Care Association tells the Seattle Times. It is a difficult issue. Clearly worried about covert but also concerned for residents not able to celebrate the holiday with their families when they've lost so much already in isolation as of Monday, the 365 nursing homes and other assisted living facilities have at least one active case of covert among residents and staff. Carleen Johnson Come on News. A local lift driver says he tested positive for covert 19 after recording a racist confrontation with a passenger. Refused to wear a mask. It's an update to a story we brought you last week. David can go go, says the passenger, took his mask off during the ride and started yelling racial slurs. After being asked to put it back on. The man was fired from his job and later apologized. The driver says he started feeling sick Friday and tested positive on Monday. He says he's showing mild symptoms and is now in quarantine. Homeowners time. 7 38 just days after the Federal Aviation Administration says it's better re certify the Boeing 7 37 Max, a new documentary will take an in depth look at the crashes that grounded that plane. We get more from comas. Corwin Hick ABC News is new 2020 special falling from the sky includes new interviews with Victimsfamilies. Who say they are still fighting to keep bowing accountable for the loss of their loved ones. ABC News says 2020 reporters spent a year investigating what Boeing knew about concerns with the Max is flight control system. And when they knew it, why did this second accident happened? Where's I could trade places.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:00 min | Last week

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KOMO

"Return to commercial service Looks like that. If everything goes according to what these sources were saying, is that between four and 5 a.m. tomorrow morning Pacific time a news release will come out from the FAA. Saying that they have okayed the max ago Now 20 months that is the length of the grounding the longest of any commercial aircraft in history. Remember back to when this all began. There were questions of Boeing would survive all of this and going taking major hits and its stock price and CEOs and everything else. But here we go on the other side of it that the FAA getting ready to say that airlines can go back up in the air with it. Now we're hearing from Victimsfamilies today from the two crashes of the two max is that they went down, killing everyone. The on board. They're not happy. They say the FAA and Boeing have not been releasing all of the data. They're urging people to stay away from the back. This is Misha Ryan today, and she says that Boeing is still to blame for her husband done because of the actions of going and the FDA. We have been hundreds of life sentence. We're suffering and will most likely continue to suffer for a very long time, if not for the rest of our life, she says. They want documents to see what went on back then and what actual improvements have been made to serve the headlines throughout there, But they're not getting a lot of details from Boeing or the FAA still do not know the truth as lost happened or why it happened. Not one single person has been held to account. Instead, they move some people around fire the field given a nice big payoff and tell us that the past is the past. That they're ready to start from the Max again failed aircraft. Now Boeing says that they did do a lot of things here. One is that they rebuilt the M cast automation system from the ground up that now utilizing to angle of attack sensors and cross data and whatnot. It made a lot of changes that M cast will only go into effect in certain conditions where the pilot has to be flying manually. Airplane, the flats have to be up there. They've got to get angle of attack information coming from very slow speeds or aggressive maneuvering before it will Go into place, and they made some other changes to the stuff. We're on board. They say that they did make a lot of changes. But the families are at this point Alexis thing, not enough that you can say that it's good to go, but that they don't trust the aircraft yet. They're telling people to stay away from the back. And what about the training for pilots before they could be airborne? Yeah, so there's a lot of work that the airlines are gonna have to do here. This is not going to be immediate. They've got to do a couple of things. One is the airlines and three in the U. S. Owned the back. United, Southwest and American. They've got update all of their aircraft of the software updates on board. They've got to get the play and physically ready to fly again. Imagine if your car was parked for 20 months. They've got it not only take the engine covering tough, but they've got to change the oil. They've got to maybe change tires, even though they've been moving him every now and then they don't get flat on one side. You've got a blowout bugs and different things that have gotten into them. They've got to get the airplane ready to go again and greased up. That's so it can fly. Then you've got to train the pilot. And it's going to be mainly iPad or computer time, followed by simulator time to show that they understand that M caste system update and other things that are doing it At this point. American Airlines is the first and only U. S carrier to add the max back onto its schedule. They're looking at December 29 the first flight from Miami to New York and back, and then we'll go from there. United and Southwest. They say they're probably gonna wait until 2021. Then they will slowly bring it back in. But Book and it is on the back. All three airlines say they're going to warn you that they will tell you Look, you can change your flight. If you go earlier later, you won't be on a Mac that if people are uncomfortable with the next big thing here, nobody knows how the public is kind of react because it is going to take a long time to rebuild the public's trust. ABC is Alex Stone. Thank you, Alex. And be sure to listen. First thing tomorrow morning will be all over the story. Should the FAA come out with an announcement? It is 5 10 and two Seattle sports Icon buys a piece of the sounder soccer team, the latest from Bill's words of the beacon Plumbing, Sports desk. Baseball Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr wife Melissa and family become the newest.

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Quake school owner jailed for 31 years in Mexico

BBC World Service

00:48 sec | Last month

Quake school owner jailed for 31 years in Mexico

"The owner of a Mexican school where 19 Children died in an earthquake for years ago, has been sentenced to 31 years in prison for culpable homicide. Seven adults were also killed. The owner maintains her innocence and plans to appeal more from will ground the collapse School of Cola here Rebs MN was the most harrowing symbol of the powerful earthquake which struck Mexico City in late 2017. During the subsequent investigation, A number of serious building code violations came to light in particular the illegal construction of an apartment above the classrooms belonging to the school's owner and head teacher, Monica Garcia, Vegas. Victimsfamily said it had placed more than 200 tons of additional weight onto the poorly constructed building.

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Mexico school owner gets 31 years for 2017 quake collapse

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | Last month

Mexico school owner gets 31 years for 2017 quake collapse

"The owner ofthe a Mexican school where 19 Children died in an earthquake three years ago, has been sentenced to 31 years in prison for culpable homicide. Seven adults were also killed. The owner maintains her innocence and plans to appeal against the verdict will grant reports from Mexico. The collapse School of Cola here grab some men was the most harrowing symbol of the powerful earthquake, which struck Mexico City in late 2017. During the subsequent investigation, A number of serious building code violations came to light in particular the illegal construction of an apartment above the classrooms. Belonging to the school's owner and head teacher, Monica Garcia, Vegas, Victimsfamily said it had placed more than 200 tons of additional weight onto the poorly constructed building. Is the investigations gathered pace. Miss Garcia Viegas fled and was arrested

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"That we have to continue to bait this issue. This is a climate damn emergency as multiple fires burn Re sources are stretched thin. Firefighters from Israel, Canada and New Jersey as well as even closer states are assisting here. Lisa thanks Jessica for the second time in a month, A US brokered peace deal was reached in the Middle East. Bahrain agreeing to recognize Israel just days before Israel in the U. S. A sign their agreement to normalize relations at the White House next week. President Trump in an Oval Office announcement today. Saying he's hopeful of more deal. We think ultimately you'll have most countries joined and you're gonna have the Palestinians, uh, in a very good position they want to come in. They're going to want to come in because all of their friends are in so far. Palestinian leaders has strongly condemned the agreements as a betrayal of their cause and the ongoing push for statehood. Earlier in the day. Both the president and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, each attending ceremonies to mark 19 years since the 9 11 terror attacks that killed nearly 3000 people fighting visiting both New York's ground zero and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where he met with Victimsfamilies mixed finished to the week on Wall Street. The Dow up 1 31, the NASDAQ Down 66 Americans listening to Fox News. Hello, Mr Crane. I'm calling about today's appointment. The tree is scheduled to fall on your RV at 2 14 today we anyway, we can reschedule. We're really enjoying our trip. Oh, I'm sorry, but that's our only opening..

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 2 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Ah New peace deal in the Middle East. Tell Misa Brady Fox to use President Trump announcing from the Oval Office that Bahrain will normalize relations with Israel. There have been two peace agreements with Israel. In the last 72 years. This is now the second peace agreement that we've announced in the last month, adding he hopes more will follow what hell previously announced between Israel and the U. S. Is said to be signed at the White House next week. Palestinian leaders are condemning the agreements as a betrayal of their cause. Pushing for statehood. Joe Biden, keeping a lower profile today, meeting with Victimsfamilies to mark 19 years since the 9 11 attacks. Democratic nominee went to the annual ceremony in New York Ground zero, then to Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where President Trump attended a ceremony earlier at the Pentagon on 9 11. They tried to destroy US. Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Millie says the nation came together and the terrorists did not win. Western wildfires are now blamed for at least 23 deaths, including a one year old boy in Washington state and at least 10 people in the northern complex fire in Northern California. That fire was started by lightning in mid August and over time has grown to more than 250,000 acres. And it's not even the largest fire. Oregon's governor, Kate Brown, says nearly double the number of acres that burn in a typical fire season have been torched in her state. In just a matter of days. We have never seen this amount of uncontained fire across our state arson investigators are looking into what may have been a suspicious start to the fire that destroyed homes in talent. And Phoenix, Oregon. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News after the trillions spent to.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Annapolis. More recognition for Israel on the sobriety. Fox News President Trump is hinting Today's agreement may not be the last Fox is John Decker is live in Washington. The president tweeting. Another historic breakthrough today are two great friends. Israel and the Kingdom of Bahrain agreed to a peace deal the second Arab country to make peace with Israel in 30 days in a joint statement from the U. S, Israel and Bach Rain The three countries said This is an historic breakthrough to further peace in the Middle East. Opening, direct dialogue and ties between these two dynamic societies and advanced economies will continue the positive transformation of the Middle East and increase stability, security and prosperity in the region. Lisa. Thanks, John. This follows the agreement between Israel and the U. N e due to be signed next week at the White House, the president saying today there's tremendous enthusiasm from other countries for deals with Israel. Palestinian officials, though, condemn the agreements as a betrayal of the Palestinian cause, arguing it diminishes their leverage in the push for Palestinian statehood. Earlier, the president and first lady attending the 9 11 ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where one of four hijacked planes crashed in a field after the others hit New York's twin towers and the Pentagon killing nearly 3000 people in their attempt to shake the very foundations of our republic to destroy our way of life, they underestimated our strength. Our resolve and our unbreakable spirit. Defense chief Mark Esper says the nation came together at an outpouring of courage, compassion and sacrifice. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden marking 19 years since the attacks and quiet tribute to the lives lost first attending the ceremony in New York Ground zero than laying a wreath at the Pennsylvania crash site meeting with Victimsfamilies. A parking deck under construction partially collapses in Atlanta, injuring at least one worker trapping others. America is.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Americans pause today to remember the worst terror attack on American soil. Today marks the 19th year since the September 11th 2001 terror attacks that took almost 3000 lives in New York City, Washington, D. C. And Shanksville, Pennsylvania. This year's annual vigil in lower Manhattan will be altered through to the Cova 19 pandemic, with Victimsfamilies still gathering there, but no live reading of victims names as a precaution against fire spread. I'll opt instead to play a recording of the names. The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation has organized its own live name reading, which will be done near ground zero. Vice President Mike Pence is expected to attend the events. Tonight. The tribute and light will mark the absence of the twin towers in New York City. Tanya J. Powers. Fox News The White House reportedly considering executive actions to stimulate the economy after the GOP failed to muster enough votes in the Senate yesterday to pass to slim down Corona virus relief package more than a dozen states asking a federal judge to immediately undo operational changes recently made at the U. S. Postal Service. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy already agreed to halt some of the changes, including removal of blue mailboxes and mail. Processing equipment at some facilities until after the upcoming election, But states in their lawsuit argued the integrity of the contest is still at stake. Because two changes impacting delivery remain in effect. The joy implemented service cuts in June to make the postal Service more efficient. Critics worry the cash strapped agency can't handle the expected surge of mail in ballots fueled by the Corona virus pandemic. A lawsuit also claims President Trump has waged a months long crusade against voting by mail. Despite overwhelming evidence of the safety and security of mail in voting. The president believes voting by mail is ripe for fraud. Steve Rappaport, Fox News Wall Street's turned lower Thursday. Asian stock markets closing Friday up. Dow futures are trading more than 140 points higher. Jack Callahan. This is Fox News. Have you been laid off? Furloughed permitted to.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Police say it was a Sunday Fun day gone wrong in Detroit. When a driver lost control of her vehicle. Now the Victimsfamilies heir asking for the suspect to turn herself in W. W. J City beat reporter Vicki Thomas with details Orange in L. A. Hardy is the mother of 33 year old Antonio Hardy, who was seriously injured when a woman driver doing stunts lost control of a black Camaro back in July. You know who you are. We understand it was an accident, but running has made a worse so please do the right thing and turn yourself in. Party here at a news conference in a wheelchair. What have you been going through? Can't sleep trying to get better and 32 year old terrorist Jackson also seriously injured. I'm here alive. That's all I care about Gladys. Thank you. Crimestoppers, now offering $1000 reward for any anonymous tip that leads to an arrest of the suspect. The Thomas W. W J News radio 9 50. 12 is our time a go fund me account has been set up to help the family of a man killed when a tree fell onto his minivan in northern Oakland County. More than $2400 have have been raised for the family of 42 year old Rana Linger, who died last night while driving on Williams Lake Road in White Lake Township. The account says a linger and his wife are new business owners, except his stepdaughter, who was also in the van has suffered a broken collarbone more than again more than $2400 has been raised. Police are investigating, but Say the case appears to be a tragic accident. It's a mystery down river as a hearse is found in the bottom of the Detroit River. Rosile Police Lieutenant Kenneth Pelant says they down River dive team was scoping out the down The Detroit River off Trent in there as part of routine training when they noticed something in the water by one initially thought it was probably a vehicle, so they had made arrangements with lions towing toe a system in the national recovery of the vehicle. I don't think they realized the type of vehicle that they were actually point up. Turns out it was a 1981 Ford L T D that fell apart when they were retrieving it from the water. It could have been down there for decades. And I know our dive team is researching some insurance information. Secretary of state records to identify the last known owner. Talyn says it's not unusual to find things like a vehicle in the water. But this is the first time they've found a Hearst W. W J News time. 10 13 Tigers in Milwaukee will check sports Next stay with us. Not all facemasks offer the same protection. The boomer.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And get Monday morning, America's first news continues on this third day of August, and we start on a somber knowthis morning El Paso marking the anniversary of a Shooting at a crowded walmart by remembering the 23 people killed. Authorities have said the gunman travelled from his home near Dallas to target Latinos in the Texas border city. Events to mark the anniversary of the shooting, and the largely Hispanic area have taken on a new look amid the global pandemic parks like with lanterns that people can walk or drive through private tourists for Victimsfamilies at a museum exhibit of items preserved from a makeshift memorial and residents being asked to show support with online posts. In Chicago. Homicides and shootings have surged during the 1st 7 months of the year. Police releasing statistics on Saturday showing that from January 1st through the end of July, there were 440 homicides and 2240 people shot, including many of those who were killed, and there were 290 homicides in 1480 shootings in the 1st 7 months of last year. Now, police say overall crime in Chicago, including violent crimes, burglaries and thefts, was down 9% compared to the same period last year, driven by a 26% decline in thefts in 19% decline in sexual assault. Course. The Trump Administration recently said it was sending federal agents to help local authorities fight violent crime in Chicago and other cities New this morning, Microsoft confirming it is in talks with a Chinese company bite dance to acquire in the U. S arm of its popular video, hap Tic Tac. Microsoft also confirming that it's discussed the situation with President Trump and heard his concerns about security and censorship. The Trump administration has raised a broad array of national security risks it says are presented by software connected to the Chinese Communist Party Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on some of those risks. These Chinese software companies doing business in the United States, whether it's tic tac or we chat, other countless more, Peter said, are feeding data directly to the Chinese Communist Party. Their national security apparatus.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:13 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"On a safari for me. Like washing the windows and doors have paid good money for me to tell you. No one does a better job when it comes replacing those old windows and doors. It's an investment in your house. And that window is the soul of the house the whole door. Alright, Tom, I crinkled up and threw away the next story. I and this is your story. That's right, because it's from a website which has to do with it, said excess. It's ah It is the chance of are libertarians to be able to sound off. It's got reason Don't they look into the idea of morality? And you don't need to have a whole bunch of facts If you feel that morally you are right. So even though when people present you with well, here is a fact. In fact, in fact, the person goes, Yeah, but and they get up on their moral high horse and they're able to just ride right over any fact you presented. What they say is that and this is they've done a lot of studies. And this isn't on the left or on the right is just just in general. How we feel about things that the bar for sufficient evidence to prove our point is much lower when we feel like we're morally right. That it's that it's not that you don't need any evidence, but that but a CZ long as you're convinced of the right then it's sort of it's kind of like a version of confirmation bias we look for we want like you want to praise Trump. So you look for everything good for Trump or you want to hate on Trump. And so you look for everything bad about Trump. The idea is that somehow if you feel like there's a moral connection, so what a lot of these a lot of political issues you know, it may be here there he might be open to persuasion. Is this tax going to help the highway that I drive on or the bus that I take or not? You could make those kinds of policy decisions that kind of neutral, but anything that involves a moral stance. And for more and more of us, my guess is more and more of us are beginning to see politics through the lens of morality. And because of that is gonna be great make for hard discussions. But anyway, it's it's I think it's exactly right. It makes a lot of sense that if you feel and I was thinking of trying apply it to myself. When could I say that? I have this applies to me. So four since ever since I've been an adult. One of the first campaigns I ever worked on in this state was Tio try to make the cap make capital punishment. You know, against the law, and I lost like a lot of noble causes that I've campaigned for in the past that I think it was in my early twenties at the time. But I remember the arguments that I would use to when it when anyone would be open to discussion and first up. It doesn't you know, lower the crime rate, You know, it doesn't stop recidivism and all of this. I mean, it's not like it's good, if more people because I think people who aren't criminals think. Oh, if I knew there was going to be like a death penalty, then, of course, I wouldn't do it. But if there's not a definitely might do it, there seems to be no evidence for that. I also argued it was. It was cost effective not to have a death penalty because you wouldn't have to go through all those. If you just went got life in prison. You would never spend so much money, and it doesn't help. The Victimsfamilies is one of the points you've often made. Ah, lot of Victimsfamilies are expecting some kind of closure, and then when it happens, it doesn't happen. And I really so those of the arguments that I would try it out. But none of it. None of those arguments were true if it really did lower the crime rate if it really was cost effective to kill people. If it really did help the Victimsfamilies. I still think that I would be against it because deep down in me, I think on institutional body taking the life of somebody. Seems wrong to me. And I realize there is a good example. I think my sense of morality of what is right is not its open to other arguments for other people, But for me, I think that I'm convinced of my own. You know, all morality, and that trumps things I guess about you, John. I cannot stand that morality is in politics. Yeah, fill the pothole, put out the fire, support the police and provide some sort of hand up for an individual that has fallen on hard times. But people use for instance, Here's an example. This is a quote I'm not picking on Hillary Clinton. But here's a quote, comprehensive immigration reform will grow our economy and keep families together. Okay, that's fine. Somebody could argue that right Well, economy. Yeah. Alright, fine. Add more people, more workers. That's it, but then when you add in there, and it's the right thing to do Assumes you add. It's the right thing to do. You are now beginning to take that as a wrong thing is the other way. So will you start to inject morals and the idea of what is right. And what is wrong into a discussion and I found this. We stand handing her do the thing on this, which was This is Roosevelt giving. I think this is his inaugural day speech, and he's talking about did making distinction between rich people and poor people and basically pointing up that rich people morally I know if I'm going to get this to play morally are wrong. They won't play for me. But The idea of injecting into a discussion where you can have fax and you're gonna have feelings once you slide in there with this what I feel is the right way. But then all of a sudden, then the fact is not as important and now we're all we're doing is discussion who feels Mohr Right. You feel more than the other person will then? Therefore, that must be the way we should go. I don't want to discuss politics that put people's feelings in place. But that's what people end up doing. And then they make it and they used to see this all the time. Do it for the kids. Do it for this person. Do it for that person to Morley. Call upon you to then you make the person have to be this incredible victim And then somebody has to be the victimizer and then morally, it's the right thing to do, Or that history will will be on the right side of history. History doesn't have sides. History has no side and you're always on the wrong side. Yeah, Okay, Tom. There you are. Let's make a personal attack that I'm always on the wrong side of history is I'm a conservative and morally your superior because you're a liberal and levels care more. I mean, it's so hackneyed. It's so versatile. Don't you think it's tired, Tom? Okay, John. So I I gave an example of when I thought my morality trumped evidence. Can you give an example of when morality trumps evidence for you? I mean, equally humble. No bearing up. Then let me just take up all your argument, I think This idea that it's the right thing to do. I think people should be allowed to have AH sense of morality because that's the way you live a sense of ethics. That's the way you live, and you could argue with somebody else's ethics, I suppose, right, That's that's not the same thing. His feelings you always reduce, sort of unethical stance to just Feelings, how you feel about things, and I think they're they're distinctions, an ethical framework in life like it with the religion. It's not just this emotive feel it has has something to do with the way you see the World vision as a structure based on reality based on how you react to the exact Reince, right and bells, right. You are reacting from a Siri's of experiences in extreme experiences. That are biased and confirmations and other things and what your dad taught you, your mom talking with you and that, But that's not then likely Constitution. No, John, I would say, argue that ethics is like the U. S Constitution, if the basis upon which we operate everything else And because of that, that doesn't That's not just a feeling US Constitution for you personally, isn't just a feeling. I've just actually a structure of behavior that you believe in or you play by. What happens is that people take ethics and then begin. To bend them towards the will of their morals to be in order to be able to support how they feel about when people use. Well, That is my own truth. Well, that is the stupidest thing that somebody can say because there isn't you don't get a chance to determine what your truth is. Which is to say that no, no, no, That's my that's the way I see it. Okay, That's the way I see. Well, I grew up in Istanbul, where I grew up here I go up there. That's the way I see it. Not that this is my truth. That would be your view of the world. But that doesn't make it true, because when you decide that this we have to determine something. It's like the guy goes to buy apples. And he says, I'll take 10 apples find what's it cost? You guys will charge by the pound.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Executions Continue. I'm rich Dennison. Fox News. The Justice Department is executed Another death row inmate Time of death 8 19 Eastern time for 68 year old Westly perky, whose lawyers claimed he and dementia it was unfit to be executed. The US Supreme Court cleared the way ruling that he could for the kidnapping and killing of a 16 year old girl in 2003 before dismembering, burying and dumping her body. He was also convicted in Kansas in the murder of an 80 year old woman before he died, telling Victimsfamilies that he was sorry. He is the second of three lethal injections at a prison in Terra Haute, Indiana. This week. Boxes Jeff Man also the U. S. Continues to see the number of Corona virus cases rise with a record number of new infections reported yesterday. 67,000 new cases reported with 13 states experiencing new highs. Corona virus deaths in the U. S. Now past 137,000 Virginia is putting in place rules, officials there say will help protect workers from contracting Corona virus. Virginia now has standard rules about workplace operations that are aimed at keeping employees safe from Corona virus risks. The governor in Virginia says the protections are the first of their kind in the nation absent federal protections. Aside from physical safety measures, the rules require employers to notify their staff within 24 hours. If a coworker test positive and extends whistleblower status to workers who report their bosses for violations. Businesses in Virginia can be fined up to $130,000 for willfully ignoring these rules boxes. Evan Brown 1.3 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week, the same number as the week before and say rising infection rates and more than a dozen states are contributing to job cuts. America is listening to Fox News..

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"And Wesley Perky says it serves no purpose and the drugs flowed and he was silenced forever. Hours after losing his last appeals, Fox's Jeff Moscow is on the case. Live Dave Time of Death. 8 19 Eastern time this morning for 68 year old Westly. Perky, whose lawyers claimed had dementia and was unfit to be executed in the U. S. Supreme Court cleared the way ruling that he could Good for the kidnapping and killing of a 16 year old girl in 2003 before dismembering burning in dumping her body. It was also convicted in Kansas in the murder of an 80 year old woman. And before he died to telling Victimsfamilies that he was sorry. He's the second of three inmates put to death at a federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. This week, Dave Schevitz, now more than 50 million people who filed for unemployment since the Corona crisis hit in March, the only about 1/3 of them are still collecting checks. There were 1.3 million new claims for unemployment benefits last week, the number of people who are still receiving benefits. The continuing claims number is over 17 million as Fox's GeneCo's solo Americans also shopped Maurin, June retail sales rose more than expected, but stock They're falling on Wall Street. Russia is at it again with more meddling the U. S. And Britain and Canada, accusing the Russians of hack attacks trying to steal Corona virus vaccine research that after the US reported the most new daily Corona cases, yet 67,000 Florida topped 100 death. So did Texas, where Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw says it's a whole variety of things people letting their guard down large holiday gatherings. President Trump is blamed on the increased testing. He got a law and order endorsement from the National Association of Police. Organisations. His Democratic rival, Joe Biden, has been calling for police reform. His campaign co chair says.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Mother, 17 year old Julia Hall in 20 year old Diana Hopkins, described the future. Both sisters were waiting, saying she can now only see her daughter's in her dreams. The father of victims, Maurice Williams, and schematics told the judge, his heart has been ripped out in his life destroyed and then asked the judge to put them away, so they couldn't do this to anyone else. Friends of long testified that 32 years It was a hard working charitable father on the right path when long was given the chance to speak. He apologized to the Victimsfamilies, saying he was very remorseful for what happened. But Judge Barbara McDermott called it disingenuous and said all she her were excuses and justifications instead of acceptance and responsibility. She then sentence long, two more years and the prosecution's recommendation of 20 to 40. Porter, who was considered the mastermind, will be sentenced in August. Garner has his hearing in September. Kristen Joe Hansen. New news radio. The Trump Administration is abandoning its attempt the force foreign students leave the United States of all of their classes will be taught online this fall. It was a sudden about face just days after the directive was announced by the White House. A hearing in a lawsuit brought by M I T and Harvard University had just gotten underway when a lawyer for the U. S Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced that the Trump administration was rescinding a rule. That would have caused many international college students to leave the U. S. If their schools held on Lee Online classes. Instead, they'll return to the status quo. Under the policy. International students in the U. S. Would not have received new visas if they had to take all of their classes online because of Corona virus, and they could have faced deportation. Universities felt the White House was pressuring them to reopen. I'm Steve Kastenbaum Campaign.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WTVN

"ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. The federal appeals court in Chicago cleared the way for the first federal executions since 2003 the lower court had granted a delay and acclaimed by Victimsfamilies that to attend the lethal injection for 47 year old triple murderer Daniel Lee. There'd be no social distancing in the small room with the prison during a pandemic. The Justice Department appealed and won, saying the claim doesn't outweigh public interest in carrying out the sentence. There are currently four confirmed Corona virus cases. Among inmates at the Terra Haute prison, according to federal stats, and one inmate has died. A B C's Chuck Stevenson Victimsfamilies to appeal to the Supreme Court. Florida reported the biggest one day number in any state in America of new covert 19 infections just under 15,300 on Sunday. Elsewhere in Mississippi, some hospitals are now forced to send covert 19 patients. Out of state after running out of room and in Arizona and the mayor of Phoenix is warning morgues are filling up as hospitals in the city, bringing refrigerated trucks and preparation from or deaths in Texas. We have acknowledged the fact that the numbers are continuing to rise. Houston's mayor, proposing a two week shutdown. As I see you best dwindled to fewer than 100 in the entire city. The Army is now sending nearly 600 medical personnel to help in the hard hit state. ABC is Kenneth Moten. ESPN confirm that Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington, D, C and Phil franchise will announce the retirement of the name Redskins. No word on the new name actress Kelly Preston died. Kelly Preston's has been John Travolta confirming his wife's death on Instagram, writing that after fighting breast cancer for two years, Preston has done the news comes as a surprise is Preston's cancer diagnosis was not.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:06 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"6 10 W. Y. O D and I are radio station from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. The federal appeals court in Chicago cleared the way for the first federal executions since 2003 the Lower court had granted a delay and acclaimed by victims families that to attend the lethal injection for 47 year old triple murderer Daniel Lee. There'd be no social distancing in the small room with the prison during Pandemic. The Justice Department appealed and won, saying the claim doesn't outweigh public interest in carrying out the sentence. There are currently four confirmed Corona virus cases among inmates at the Terra Haute prison, according to federal stats, and one inmate has died ABC Chuck Stevenson Victimsfamilies to appeal to the Supreme Court. Florida reported the biggest one day number in any state in America of new covert 19 infections just under 15,300 on Sunday. Elsewhere in Mississippi, some hospitals are now First to send covert 19 patients out of state after running out of room and in Arizona and the mayor of Phoenix is warning morgues are filling up as hospitals in the city, bringing refrigerated trucks and preparation for more deaths in Texas. We have acknowledged the fact that the numbers are continuing to rise. Houston's mayor, proposing a two week shutdown. As I see you best dwindled to fewer than 100 in the entire city. The Army is now sending nearly 600 medical personnel to help in the hard hit state. ABC is Kenneth Moten, ESPN confirmed Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington D. C NFL franchise, will announce the retirement of the name Redskins. No word on the new name actress Kelly Preston died Kelly Preston's husband, John Travolta, confirming his wife's death on Instagram, writing that after fighting breast cancer for two years, Preston has died. The news comes as a surprise is Preston's cancer diagnosis was not public knowledge. Travolta writes that he's grateful to all the doctors and nurses that helped Preston and the friends and loved ones that have been by her side. Preston and Travolta had been married 28 years and had Three kids together. A bee sees Jason Nathan's in in Hollywood. You're listening to ABC News from the W. Y O D 24 hour traffic.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:52 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For the first federal executions since 2003 The lower court had granted a delay, an acclaimed by Victimsfamilies that to attend the lethal injection for 47 year old triple murderer Daniel Lee. There'd be no social distancing in the small room with the prison during a pandemic. The Justice Department appealed and won, saying the claim doesn't outweigh public interest in carrying out the sentence. There are currently four confirmed Corona virus cases among inmates at the Terra Haute prison, according to federal stats, and one inmate has died. A B C's chuck seabirds In Victimsfamilies to appeal to the Supreme Court. Florida reported the biggest one day number in any state in America of new covert 19 infections just under 15,300 on Sunday. Elsewhere in Mississippi, some hospitals are now forced to send covert 19 patients. Out of state after running out of room and in Arizona and the mayor of Phoenix is warning morgues are filling up as hospitals in the city, bringing refrigerated trucks and preparation from or deaths in Texas. We have acknowledged the fact that the numbers are continuing to rise. Houston's mayor, proposing a two week shutdown. As I see you best dwindled to fewer than 100 in the entire city. The Army is now sending nearly 600 medical personnel to help in the hard hit state. ABC is Kenneth Moten. ESPN confirm that Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington, D, C and Phil franchise will announce the retirement of the name Redskins. No word on the new name actress Kelly Preston died. Kelly Preston's has been John Travolta confirming his wife's death on Instagram, writing that after fighting breast cancer for two years, Preston has done the news comes as a surprise is Preston's cancer diagnosis was not public knowledge. Travolta writes that he's grateful to all the doctors and nurses that helped Preston and the friends and loved ones that have been by her side. Preston and Travolta had been married 28 years and had three kids together. ABC is Jason Nathan's and in Hollywood. You're listening to ABC News when.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Who's Richard Cancer. The federal appeals court in Chicago cleared the way for the first federal executions since 2003 the lower court had granted a delay, an acclaimed by Victimsfamilies that to attend the lethal injection for 47 year old triple murderer Daniel Lee. There'd be no social distancing in a small room with the prison during a pandemic. The Justice Department appealed and won, saying the claim doesn't outweigh public interest in carrying out the sentence. There are currently four confirmed Corona virus cases among inmates. The Terra Haute prison, according to federal stats, and one inmate has died. A B C's Chuck Stevenson Victimsfamilies to appeal to the Supreme Court. Florida reported the biggest one day number in any state in America of new covert 19 infections just under 15,300 on Sunday. Elsewhere in Mississippi, some hospitals are now forced to send covert 19 patients. Out of state after running out of room and in Arizona and the mayor of Phoenix is warning morgues are filling up as hospitals in the city, bringing refrigerated trucks and preparation from or deaths in Texas. We have ignited the fact that the numbers are continuing to rise. Houston's mayor proposing a two week shutdown. As I see you best dwindled to fewer than 100 in the entire city. The Army is now sending nearly 600 medical personnel to help in the hard hit stay. ABC is Kenneth Moten. ESPN confirm that Dan Snyder, owner of the Washington, D, C and Bill franchise will announce the retirement of the name Redskins. No word on the new name actress Kelly Preston died Kelly president's husband, John Travolta, confirming his wife's death on Instagram, writing that after fighting breast cancer for two years, Preston has done the.

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"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 5 months ago

"victimsfamilies" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"1 40 foreign Newark, right, lane is closed to traffic. I'm Elliot Gossman. Our next traffic update in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Thank you very much, sir. Now you're WCBS forecast happy last dregs of the fourth Michael Seanie. Well, I'm sure he'd be saying that it was the happy last dregs of the fourth if you were actually here, but instead will tell you that it's going to be partly cloudy tonight. Temperatures in the mid seventies this evening Low 71 in midtown sixties in the suburbs. Tomorrow. Partly sunny hot in a little humid high of 91 tomorrow night mainly clear low 73 Monday partly sunny and hot with a high of 92. And Tuesday. There'll be times of clouds and sun not is warm but more humid with a shower of thunderstorm around in the afternoon high of 86 Wednesday hot and humid with some sunshine and a shower. Or maybe even a thunderstorm around high of 88 on Thursday, partly sunny, still hot and humid with a high of 90 degrees. Right now, it's fair and 73 in Westbury Fair and 70 in Valhalla. Partly cloudy and 75 union a few clouds in 74 in Williamsburg, 75 on Staten Island. Where it's also partly cloudy. And in Central Park, the Windsor out of the north of three miles an hour. Humidity is 74% skies are figuring clear and it's 75 degrees. WCBS news time. 10 10. Corona virus forced it to close three months ago. But this morning, the 9 11 memorial reopened to victimsfamilies, frontline workers and first responders. It's a serene space designed for reflection and remembrance. I'm eternally.

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