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 US sanctions Maduro's son as it raises pressure on Venezuela

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US sanctions Maduro's son as it raises pressure on Venezuela

"The united states is imposing more sanctions on the inner circle events waylon president nicolas maduro n._p._r.'s franko or donas reports on the latest action taken against my lose sun the trump administration is continuing to ratchet up pressure on the madero government the new sanctions imposed against his son nicholas maduro gera are just the latest effort to unseat the socialist government and reinsert democratic leadership treasury secretary steven mnuchin said madero relies on his son also known as nicholas seato to quote maintain a stranglehold on the economy and suppressed the people of venezuela venezuela's home to some of the world's largest oil reserves yet the south american nation has fallen into a life threatening economic and humanitarian crisis that has contributed to more than three million people

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Waylon President Nicolas Maduro interns secretary Pompeo says it's Russia that should quote get out of Venice Walea with the US back. The country's opposition leader one Guido. Meanwhile, other nations attending the so called Arctic Council including Canada in the Scandinavian countries hope to focus US attention on his shoes. Closer to home key items include Russia's militarization of the north and China's growing role in Arctic trade, there's also the issue of global warming with US allies expressing dismay over the Trump administration's reluctance to acknowledge the effects of climate change for NPR news. I'm Charles means in Moscow. This is NPR news. And you're listening to WNYC. I'm Jamie Floyd lawmakers in Albany have six weeks to decide what to do about New York's expiring rent regulations, the legislation passed twenty years ago loosened regulations for rent stabilized units making it easier for landlords who substantially raise rents after renovations Brooklyn assemblyman. Walter Mosely says those loopholes have led to the loss of stabilized units and spread gentrification the level of sustainability that this program was was supposed to bring about and actuality brings a level of instability. And as a result, we see the destabilization of communities all throughout New York City in and now we're seeing throughout New York state coalition of building owners says it supports some reform, but that renovation provisions are important incentives for landlords the assembly and Senate will be holding multiple hearings in the coming weeks in Brooklyn Albany, Rochester, and Syracuse and New York City. Uber. And lift drivers are planning to our strike Wednesday morning ahead of Uber's initial public offering the drivers who are members of the taxi workers. Alliance voted not to drive for the rideshare apps. Wednesday morning drivers will instead meet from seven AM to nine AM to rally outside the company's headquarters to call for raises and job security. It is one of many strikes planned in major cities around the country that day. Uber aims to raise nine billion dollars for its IPO which is set for the following day. Thursday. It's a beautiful spring afternoon out there sunny skies mild breezes tonight, we'll have a low around fifty degrees. Currently it is a sunny. Seventy degrees in central park.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"If all three resigned, the Republican House speaker would become governor governor north state attorney general Marquette both embroiled in black face scandals. Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is accused of sex assault. President. Trump is tweeting about new congressional investigations and do his finances. He says Democrats in their committees are going nuts and Republicans never did this to President Obama because there would be no time left to run government house intelligence committee chair. Adam Schiff says a new probe will look into whether Mr. Trump's financial interests are driving his actions and whether any foreign interests have leverage over him. That has Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is insisting there is no emergency in his country despite severe food shortages and vast numbers of soldiers telling our Elizabeth Palmer, they're making as little as six dollars a month. The next big test for the army will be in the coming days when large quantities of humanitarian aid much of it sent by the United States reached Venezuela's border. President Maduro has ordered the military not to let it in. And everybody is watching to see whether or not they obey a lawmaker in Florida wants to protect consumers from deadly mistakes that cosmetic surgery. Clinics? Live to Orlando and CBS Peter King proposed Bill comes after eight deaths of women who had procedures at a single surgery center near Miami. First reported by USA today in the Naples daily news. They included four so-called Brazilian, but lifts where doctors mistakenly tour beans during injections of body fat the women died from embolisms that followed. But the doctors and clinic were allowed to keep operating. The proposal includes various degrees of fines, license, suspensions and revocations. Deborah, delta and coke are both apologizing for creepy conversation napkins handed out to passengers had sayings like a little old school right down your phone number and give it to a plane crash in ever know s and p futures are down eighteen 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. When my son was transferred to deal more from another rehab facility, dude, his mental health issues. I.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"For political offices. They used to be forthcoming with their mistakes from the past. And I think people would be more willing to accept and forgive them going forward, if all three resigned, the Republican House speaker would become governor governor north and state attorney general Marquette both embroiled in black face scandals. Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is accused of sex assault. President Trump is tweeting about new congressional investigations and do his finances. He says Democrats in their committees are going nuts and Republicans never did this to President Obama because there would be no time left to run government house intelligence committee chair. Adam Schiff says a new probe will look into whether Mr. Trump's financial interests are driving his actions and whether any foreign interests have leverage over him. That has Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is insisting there is no emergency in his country despite severe food shortages and vast numbers of soldiers telling our Elizabeth Palmer, they're making as little as six dollars a month. The next big task for the army will be in the coming days when large quantities of humanitarian aid much of it sent by the United States reach Venezuela's border. President Maduro has ordered the military not to let it in. And everybody is watching to see whether or not they obey a lawmaker in Florida wants to protect consumers from deadly mistakes that cosmic. Surgery clinics. Live to Orlando and CBS's Peter King proposed Bill comes after eight deaths of women who had procedures at a single surgery center near Miami. First reported by USA today in the Naples daily news the included four so-called Brazilian, but lifts where doctors mistakenly tour beans during injections of body fat the women died from embolisms that followed. But the doctors and clinic were allowed to keep operating. The proposal includes various degrees of fines, license, suspensions and revocations. Deborah, delta and coke are both apologizing for creepy conversation napkins handed out to passengers they had sayings like be a little old school right down your phone number and give it to a plane crush, you never know s and p futures are down eighteen 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..

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"All three resigned, the Republican House speaker would become governor governor north and state attorney general Marquette both embroiled in black face scandals. Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax is accused of sex assault. President Trump is tweeting about new congressional investigations and do his finances. He says Democrats in their committees are going nuts and Republicans never did this to President Obama because there would be no time left to run government house intelligence committee chair Adam shifts as new probe will look into whether Mr. Trump's financial interests are driving his actions and whether any foreign interests have leverage over him. That has Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is insisting there is no emergency in his country despite severe food shortages and vast numbers of soldiers telling our Elizabeth Palmer, they're making as little as six dollars a month. The next big test for the army will be in the coming days when large quantities of humanitarian aid much of it sent by the United States reach Venezuela's border. President Maduro has ordered the military not to let it in. And everybody is watching to see whether or not they obey a lawmaker in Florida wants to protect consumers from deadly mistakes at cosmic. Surgery clinics live to Orlando and CBS's Peter King. The proposed Bill comes after eight deaths of women who had procedures at a single surgery center near Miami. First reported by USA today in the Naples daily news the included four so-called Brazilian Butler lifts where doctors mistakenly tour Baynes, during injections of body fat the women died from embolisms that followed the doctors and clinic were allowed to keep operating. The proposal includes various degrees of fines, license, suspensions and revocations. Deborah, delta and coke are both apologizing for creepy conversation napkins handed out to passengers they had sayings like be a little old school right down your phone number and give it to a plane crash. You never know s and p futures are down eighteen this is CBS news. Are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero an unqualified candidates in an online dashboard. Get started at indeed dot com slash higher. Great. Never. Stops on Detroit's number one, News Radio nine fifty w. Good morning. It is Thursday.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The Federal Bureau prison says the power is back on at a detention center in New York City where on Sunday protesters clashed with guards and we're pepper sprayed. It was a chaotic scene as Yvonne. Merchants and tried to get inside the jail to see her son Desmond correction officer told me the backup and get out as more people start coming in. They pushed all of us. Dax they start spray spray in the jail was on lockdown without lights and power after an electrical fire last Saturday caused the outage. It was also a heating congressman Jerry Nadler who visited the facility says he wants answers. It's apparent to me that when this is over we are going to have to have some hearings as general. Not only procedures sufficiency of heating and some other things in these facility at the metropolitan detention center Brooklyn, I'm Julie Walker. More of these stories from townhall dot com. European Union powers have officially recognized opposition leader one guy DOE as interim president of Venezuela. More on that from correspondent Charles de LA desma Britain has joined Germany Spain Sweden and France in recognizing Guido with Thornton sixty Jeremy hunt saying, but Waylon President Nicolas Maduro have not called for a new presidential election within the eight day time limit set, while Sweden's foreign minister says the election that brought Madurai was neither three nor in Spain prime minister Pedro Sanchez illegitimate zero to move promptly towards a fresh vote. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel says quite is the legitimate. Interim president I'm Charles. On Wall Street, it's closing bell. The Dow Jones industrial average posting up one hundred seventy five point gain it twenty five thousand two hundred thirty nine the.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"More detection more protection. The today is the day deliberations began in Brooklyn and the federal trial of Joaquin Guzman. The Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo Chapo listened to the interpreter as the judge explained the ten count to the jury Joaquin Guzman accused of amassing and distributing cocaine heroin and other drugs in the US and around the world from an years, the diminutive defendant has been on trial for the last three months prosecution. Witnesses giving hair-raising testimony about gruesome murders of cartel rivals. Dismemberments one man buried alive because he's escaped twice from Mexican prisons. He's been in solitary confinement at an undisclosed location only his young twin daughters allowed to visit under very controlled circumstances. Prosecutors say he was even planning a third escape when he was brought to the United States last year. Juliet Papa ten ten wins. In brooklyn. The Pentagon is deploying thousands more troops to the. Mexican border. Correspondent Ben Thomas reported. I active duty troops were sent to the border at the end of October for a mission that was to have ended December fifteenth. It's since been extended twice now. The Pentagon says it sending another three thousand seven hundred and fifty troops. They'll be tasked with putting up another one hundred and fifty miles of concertina wire while also providing other support for customs and border protection. Members of congress have questioned whether the border deployments are distracting troops from their main work, fighting extremists abroad and training for combat the additions bring the total number of active duty troops on the border to four thousand three hundred fifty word of another life. Cut short by the recent deep-freeze, the university of Vermont college student from little falls New York was found dead this weekend. Police a nineteen year old Connor gauge was cutting parking lot early Saturday when he was stopped by offense and investigations underway. But authorities say there were no signs of foul play. They say he was not adequately dressed for the cold. And they believe the below zero. Temperatures contributed to his death. We'll nothing like crocs and snakes all over the place. That's apparently the problem in northeastern Australia where heavy rain yesterday forced to thirties to open the floodgates on the Ross river dam to relieve pressure and prevent it from collapsing. Well, that left the suburbs of Townsville in Queensland completely submerged it also opened the floodgates on crocodiles and snakes on top of that. It's still raining. Some more flash flooding expected the whole situation now is some twenty thousand people being forced to evacuate. More nations weighing in on the political crisis in Venezuela with western Europe now lining up behind the country's opposition leader. Here's correspondent charlesdale desma Britain has joined Germany Spain, Sweden and FRANZ in recognizing Guido with foreign sixty Jeremy hunt saying, but as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro have not called for a new presidential election within the eight day time limit set while Sweden story. Minnesota says the election that brought Madura PA was neither free nor fair in Spain prime minister Pedro Sanchez eligible to move promptly towards a fresh boat. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel says quavo is the legitimate. Interim president of the US and Canada also back. Why wins news time twelve fifty one from.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Today's the day deliberations beginning Brooklyn in the federal trial of Joaquin Guzman. The Mexican drug Lord known as El Chapo, jurors have thirty seven days of testimony to consider in his closing arguments. The defense lawyer told the jury that they shouldn't be fooled by Guzman's lifestyle that he was not the head of the citadel Loa cartel. The attorney said that everyone who testified against Guzman was a criminal and a liar people with an ax to grind on Wednesday. The prosecution brought in fourteen boxes filled with the evidence and testimony presented at trial. The prosecution described in great detail how Guzman allegedly executed people. The trial also opened a window onto how an international drug cartel smuggles. Billions of dollars of illegal drugs into the US. Steve Kastenbaum for ten. Ten wins in advance of giving the jury instructions the judge reportedly spoke to them to see if anyone had read a report about El Chapo that was in the news this weekend. No specifics. But there's word it has to do with a published report that alleged El Chapo had sex with minors. The Pentagon is deploying thousands more troops to the Mexican border. Correspondent Ben Thomas report. I active duty troops were sent to the border at the end of October for mission that was to have ended December fifteenth. It's since been extended twice now. The Pentagon says it's sending another three thousand seven hundred and fifty troops. They'll be tasked with putting up another one hundred and fifty miles of concertina wire while also providing other support for customs and border protection. Members of congress have questioned whether the border deployments are distracting troops from their main work, fighting extremists abroad and training for combat the additions bring the total number of active. Duty troops on the border to four thousand three hundred fifty or of another life cut short by the recent deep-freeze, a university of Vermont college student from little falls New York was found dead over the weekend. Police a nineteen year old Connor gauge was cutting through a parking lot early Saturday when he was stopped by offense. An investigation is underway. But at thirty say there were no signs of foul play. They say he was not adequately dressed for the cold. And they believe the below zero temperatures contributed to his death crocs in snakes all over the place. That's apparently the problem in northeastern Australia where heavy rain yesterday forced to thirties to open the floodgates on the Ross river dam to relieve pressure and prevent it from collapsing. Well, that left the suburbs of Townsville in Queensland completely submerged it also opened the floodgates on crocodiles and snakes on top of that. It's still raining. Some more flash flooding is certain the whole situation now has twenty thousand people being forced to evacuate. More nations. Now weigh in on the political crisis in Venezuela with western Europe lining up behind the opposition leader correspondent Charles de LA desma reports. Join Germany Spain Sweden and FRANZ in recognizing glide door with Thornton sixty Jeremy hunt saying, but as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro have not called for a new presidential election within the eight day time limit set, while Sweden's foreign minister says the election that brought Madura PA was neither free nor fair in Spain prime minister Pedro Sanchez eligible to move promptly towards a fresh fruit. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel says why is the legitimate interim president of the US and Canada? Also back glide, oh wins news time, ten fifty.

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KOMO

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KOMO

"Democrats pushing a Bill that would allow abortion up to birth. The repeal act would allow abortion, even at the very end of pregnancies. What a woman was going into labor. The Bill is similar to a measure New York. Democratic governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed into law. News time nine sixteen. A group of lawmakers have at tasked with reaching a deal on border security. They're meeting for the first time today in ABC's alley Rogan joins me from the capital alley. What's the latest on these important talks? Hey, Tom while they're gonna get underway. Just over an hour. Here eastern time on Capitol Hill. This group is seventeen house and Senate, Democrats and Republicans. And they've got sixteen days to come up with an agreement to fund the department of homeland security and some of those other shuttered agencies over the long term. Of course, the biggest sticking point is going to be what they do on border security. This is a group of very serious minded lawmakers who have great experience with government funding. This is not a group of ideologues. But of course, the big question is the Trump factor. President Trump tweeted this morning that if this group is not contemplating some sort of wall or physical barrier. That they are wasting their time. So before conversations even begin the president is sitting out what he believes to be his red line, and we're just going to have to wait and see how that impacts negotiation. What kind of names are we talking about? They're involved in these negotiations. You said nine Democrats eight Republicans, can you tell us a who what does body is made up of the biggest names are the folks who run the appropriations committees here. Those are the all powerful groups that control government funding. If you want to get money allocated to your interest, you need to go through these people Richard Shelby and Pat Lahey in the house Nita Lowy, the chairwoman of the house appropriations committee there on this panel. So the names you don't see are some of those immigration hardliners who may be pushing really hard for a border wall. So this is a group of Democrats and Republicans who if any were going to reach some broader agreement on border security funding things like I take. Technology increased agents. This would be the group to do it. But the president has laid out his desires for this group. And we just don't know yet. How much that's going to impact the negotiations that are happening in the room here on the capital. All right. We'll let you get back to it. Because I know they're beginning very soon. So Allie thanks for checking in with us. And we'll talk to you soon. Thank you Ellie Rogan on Capitol Hill from ABC. Komo news time is nine nine thousand nine hundred plotting her next move and the clock is ticking. The British leader must now come up with the Brexit deal and fast. These are your world headlines from ABC news. Theresa May must go back to Brussels one last time and see concessions to strike a revised deal or Britain crashes out of the EU UK business secretary Richard Harrington prime minister yesterday has given herself two weeks motions pass motions don't concert. She's given two weeks before she's back at the dispatch boats, and there's a repeat of yesterday. Officials say they're not in the mood to negotiate any changes to the withdrawal agreement then as the Waylon President Nicolas Maduro says he's willing to negotiate with countries opposition in an interview with the Russian news agency. He says such talks could be held with the mediation of other countries and German authorities have arrested three suspected Islamic extremists an allegation, they were plotting a bombing attack. I'm Tom rivers at the ABC news foreign desk in love. Twenty and it's a propel insurance business update on this Wednesday morning. And if you're going it alone on the job ABC's. Daria Albinger, said you may need some help when it comes.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You're listening to the BBC World Service with me Ed Butler today, just as the US and China are beginning talks to defuse a possible trade war Washington's launched indictments against one of Beijing's. Biggest firms wall way all the two events related. And what does it mean for markets? Desperate for trade peace in the world. Business daily coming up in a couple of minutes. BBC news with Marion Marshall, the former motor tycoon Carlos Goan said the charges pressed against him by Japanese prosecutors as a result of a plot by Nissan executives, which he described as treason, he was speaking to Japan's Nikkei newspaper in his first interview since his arrest in November on financial misconduct charges. Mr. goon said that some in Nissen opposed his plan to integrate Renault the French car company, he headed with its Japanese partners Nissan and Mitsubishi. Then Waylon President Nicolas Maduro has had he's open to holding internationally mediated talks on the crisis in his country week after the opposition leader Hongo IDO declared himself interim head of state this Madurai said his foreign minister was actively pursuing avenues for dialogue. But he again asserted that he retained the support of the military. European Union leaders have dismissed talk in Britain of renegotiating the deal on the country's departure from the EU on Tuesday. The Prime Minister Theresa may one parliamentary backing for seeking changes to the arrangements for avoiding a hard border with Ireland once Britain leaves grenade attack on a mosque in the southern Philippines has killed two people wounded four others, the attack in the city of San Beranger happened is religious leaders were resting inside. The mosque a protest March by hundreds of women demanding a ban on the sale of alcohol has reached the southern Indian city of Bangalore. The women from rural parts of Connecticut. State say alcohol abuse has increased violence against women and also draining income away from house homes. You'll start.

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NewsRadio KFBK

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"From ABC news. I'm Todd ad in Louisiana. Authorities say twenty one year old Dakota -tario is the prime suspect in the shooting deaths of five people Saturday, including his parents is also the suspect and a triple homicide that occurred in the neighbouring parish where terriers girlfriend her father and brother were killed Livingston parish. Sheriff Jason ARD, we do not have a motive is still undetermined after speaking with the mother of. Who was believed to be his girlfriend who was no red flags. There's no no sign of anything. So that we we have no motive at this time stereo is still on the run armed and dangerous. According to authorities. The government is back open following the longest shutdown in US history. Democrats and Republicans now have three weeks to hammer out a deal agreeable to both parties. President Trump says he's getting a wall. But the opposition says, no speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi is insisting Democrats won't budge. Have I not been clear on? Okay, now had been very clear on the wall. Pelosi scoring a political victory over Trump who reopened the government without getting any of his five point seven billion dollars for the wall. ABC's Tara Palmeri park. Rangers are back degrading greeting visitors at some of the national parks that have been closed and flight operations. At major airports are returning to normal lines are being drawn in Venezuela after the US and several other countries publicly backed national assembly president one Guido as the country's leader a military leader in the US posted a video online. Saturday saying he now backs up he called for the rest of the military to turn against nNcholas Maduro Venezuelan foreign minister hor hey, out of the ASA extended the amount of time US diplomatic staff have to leave Venezuela on Saturday. He gave the American embassy thirty more days and promised to create quote interest sections to work on keeping the embassies open. Then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro had given American authorities until Saturday to close the embassy and staff if ABC's Cody Weddell in Venezuela's capital Caracas, this is ABC news. From the twenty four seven KFB digital news center. I'm in Jellico will be Ohio NewsRadio KFB k seven friends and relatives of a Mexican national charge of the shooting death of a California. Police officer has been indicted on federal charges for allegedly helping him evade capture. Federal grand jury on.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dot com. A Cumulus station. Government closer the Russia probe Cates. Talks on border security will get underway. Not that the federal government shutdown has ended the deal does not include funding for President Trump's border wall. While it gives negotiators the next few weeks to craft a border security plan. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer was asked if the Democrats had a strategy that gave them exactly what they were looking for. We hope make it clear to the president to the public that the president was the one in charge of the shutdown. President Trump insists he did not cave to democratic demands. And he reminded everyone that if he doesn't like the deal that the negotiators come up with another partial government shutdown could follow. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Former associate Roger stone will be arraigned next week in Washington DC on witness tampering charges and lying to congress has part of the probe into Russian meddling in the election. Then he Trump campaign ties to Moscow corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Reports stone is accused of concealing the nature of his discussions with WikiLeaks. This was about a month after the Clinton campaign had already disclosed that they had in fact been hacked by the rush. Russians, and you know, it wasn't just one contact with the Trump campaign this indictment talks about multiple contacts. Were Roger stone kept the Trump campaign a prize of possible future releases from WikiLeaks? Then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is under global pressure to hold new elections as world leaders close in correspondent, Michelle Kosinski, the US wants to establish a strong democracy with the help of other nations. If it can, but you have Russia and China they've been trying to get a real foothold in Venezuela. So there's a chance for the US to try to build up influence continuing on. And we don't know really what the next steps are in Venezuela itself with a dueling governments there and other countries that are trying to change the situation killing spree in Louisiana has left five dead and two parishes. The hunt continues for the suspect. I'm Ann Cates. You over ten thousand dollars in back taxes you've called every tax firm out there. They all say the same thing making promises they never keep..

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790 KABC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Orange County. A Cumulus station. We'll get underway. Now that the federal government shutdown has ended the deal does not include funding for President Trump's border wall. While it gives negotiators the next few weeks to craft a border security plan. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer was asked if the Democrats had a strategy that gave them exactly what they were looking for we help make it clear to the president to the public that the president was the one in charge of the shutdown. President Trump insists he did not cave to democratic demands. And he reminded everyone that if he doesn't like the deal that the negotiators come up with another partial government shutdown could follow. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Former associate Roger stone will be arraigned next week in Washington DC on witness tampering charges and lying to congress as part of the probe into Russian meddling in the election. Then he Trump campaign ties to Moscow corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Reports stone is accused of concealing the nature of his discussions with WikiLeaks was about a month after the Clinton campaign had already disclosed that they had in fact been hacked by the Russians, and you know, it wasn't just. One contact with the Trump campaign this indictment talks about multiple contacts were Roger stone kept the Trump campaign a prize of possible future releases from WikiLeaks. Then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is under global pressure to hold new elections as world leaders close in correspondent, Michelle Kosinski, the US wants to establish strong democracy with the help of other nations. If it can, but you have Russia and China they've been trying to get a real foothold in Venezuela. So there's a chance for the US to try to build up influence continuing on, and we we don't know really what the next steps are in Venezuela itself with a dueling governments there and other countries that are trying to change the situation a killing spree in Louisiana has left five dead and two parishes. The hunt continues for the suspect. I'm.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. Government closer the Russia probe Cates. Border security will get underway. Now that the federal government shutdown has ended the deal does not include funding for President Trump's border wall. While it gives negotiators the next few weeks to craft a border security plan. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer was asked if the Democrats had a strategy that gave them exactly what they were looking for we help make it clear to the president to the public that the president was the one in charge of the shutdown. President Trump insists he did not cave to democratic demands. And he reminded everyone that if he doesn't like the deal that the negotiators come up with another partial government shutdown could follow. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Former associate Roger stone will be arraigned next week in Washington DC on witness tampering charges and lying to congress has part of the probe into Russian meddling in the election. Then Trump campaign ties to Moscow corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Reports stone is accused of concealing the nature of his discussions with WikiLeaks. This was about a month after the Clinton camp. Pain had already disclosed that they had in fact been hacked by the Russians, and you know, it wasn't just one contact with the Trump campaign this indictment talks about multiple contacts were Roger stone kept the Trump campaign prize of possible future releases from WikiLeaks, then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro under global pressure to hold new elections as world leaders close in correspondent shell Kaczynski, the US wants to establish strong democracy with the help of other nations. If it can, but you have Russia and China they've been trying to get a real foothold in Venezuela. So there's a chance for the US to try to build up influence continuing on, and we we don't know really what the next steps are in Venezuela itself with a dueling governments there and other countries that are trying to change the situation killing spree in Louisiana has left five dead and two parishes. The hunt continues for the suspect..

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KGO 810

"He did not cave to democratic demands. And he reminded everyone that if he doesn't like the deal that the negotiators come up with another partial government shutdown could follow. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Former associate Roger stone will be arraigned next week in Washington DC on witness tampering charges and lying to congress as part of the probe into Russian meddling in the election. Then he Trump campaign ties to Moscow corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Reports stone is accused of concealing the nature of his discussions with WikiLeaks. This was about a month after the Clinton campaign had already disclosed that they had in fact been hacked by the Russians, and you know, it wasn't just one contact with the Trump campaign this indictment talks about multiple contacts were Roger stone kept the Trump campaign apprised of possible future releases from WikiLeaks. Then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is under global pressure to hold elections as world leaders close in correspondent, Michelle Kosinski. The US wants to establish a strong democracy with the help of other nations. If it can, but you have Russia and China they've been trying to get a real foothold in Venezuela. So there's a chance for the US to try to build up influence continuing on, and we we don't know really what the next steps are in Venezuela itself with a dueling governments there and other countries that are trying to change the situation killing spree in Louisiana has left five dead and two parishes. The hunt continues for the suspect. I'm Ann Cates. So.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"From a busy bee heating and air conditioning. Studio information fueled opinion driven this is Nashville's government closer the Russia probe. I'm Anne Cates. Talks on border security will get underway now that the federal government shutdown has ended the deal does not include funding for President Trump's border wall. While it gives negotiators the next few weeks to craft a border security plan. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer was asked if the Democrats had a strategy that gave them exactly what they were looking for we help make it clear to the president to the public that the president was the one in charge of the shutdown. President Trump insists he did not cave to democratic demands. And he reminded everyone that if he doesn't like the deal that the negotiators come up with another partial government shutdown could follow. Linda Kenyon, Washington. Former associate Roger stone will be arraigned next week in Washington DC on witness tampering charges and lying to congress as part of the probe into Russian meddling in the. Election. Then he Trump campaign ties to Moscow corespondent, Jessica Schneider. Reports stone is accused of concealing the nature of his discussions with WikiLeaks was about a month after the Clinton campaign had already disclosed that they had in fact been hacked by the Russians, and you know, it wasn't just one contact with the Trump campaign this indictment talks about multiple contacts were Roger stone kept the Trump campaign apprised of possible future releases from WikiLeaks. Then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro is under global pressure to hold new elections as world leaders close in correspondent, Michelle Kosinski, the US wants to stab a strong democracy with the help of other nations if it can, but you have Russia and China they've been trying to get a real foothold in Venezuela. So there's a chance for the US to try to build up influence continuing on, and we we don't know really what the next steps are in Venezuela itself with a dueling governments there and other countries that are trying to. Change the situation killing spree in Louisiana has left five dead and two parishes. The hunt continues for the suspect..

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Now, you can order, Gino stem, Gino stem. Grow on Amazon, very funding Bill to get the government operating for three weeks. The president is happy. Senate leaders are talking about ways to end the shutdown going so far as to seem to want to stay out of the discussions if they come to a reasonable agreement. I would support it. I only look I have other alternatives to the alternative that's been put aside, but might get new life. Mr. Trump declaring a national emergency along the southern border that he believes would let him shift billions of dollars in allocated money to the project. It is bound to prompt court challenges that could delay construction for many months, but allow government to reopen. Bob Costantini, Washington. President Trump decided to call off his state of the union address until the government shutdown is over after speaker Nancy Pelosi says he couldn't deliver it in the house chamber until then what she said I thought it was actually a reasonable. We'll have to say to the union when the shutdown is over then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro ordered American diplomats to leave by the weekend. But correspondent Steve Kastenbaum says the Trump administration isn't going along with that the State Department said it sending nonessential embassy staff back to the US for security reasons, but they'll keep the embassy and. Caracazo open US oil prices rose by one percent today boosted by the US threat of sanctions on Venezuela. Under the Trump administration. The Washington Post reports EPA fines for polluters have dropped eighty-five percent EPA data indicates for the past twenty years civil penalties for polluters averaged more than five hundred billion dollars a year that figure fell to seventy two million dollars last year. Starbucks announced its earnings and revenue beat estimates in its fiscal first quarter, the Seattle based company Senator earned seven hundred sixty point six million dollars. The results topping Wall Street expectations. Barbara kusak. Have you ever wanted to speak another language whether you want to speak Spanish, French or German? Babbel's.

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"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"waylon president nicolas maduro" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This is talk radio five sixty San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose. A Cumulus station. Maybe a way out of the partial government shutdown brewing between the White House and congress, and it has to do with a down payment for border wall. President Trump open to new ideas following failed Senate votes on his proposal and Democrats plan to simply reopen government for three weeks of funding for the closed. Parts of government with talks, then resuming about how much money for border wall versus for border security, ideas suggested as they open it. They pay a prorated down payment for the wall, which people agree that you need the down payment idea leaves a lot of room for changes making it attractive for compromise. Bob Costantini, Washington. The State Department ordered non-essential diplomats and staff at the US embassy in Venezuela. Raila to leave the country due to security currency, but said the embassy in Caracas will remain open. Correspondent Barbara Starr says the move follows the Trump administration's rejection, then as Waylon President Nicolas Maduro order for American diplomats to depart by the weekend for the US. The main job in the coming hours will be keeping embassy workers and family safe. If Maduro musters military support to threaten them, President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen has been subpoenaed to appear before the Senate intelligence committee next month. News of the subpoena comes one day after Cohen who agreed to testify next week before the house oversight committee said he would postpone that appearance. He cited threats against his family from President Trump and from the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani, a source close to Cohen says he has the same concerns about appearing before the Senate intelligence committee, but that committee's proceedings are usually conducted behind closed doors. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill at the trial of Mexican drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. And a witness testified he took a hands on role in the grisly deaths of three kidnapped enemies of his drug cartel, including one buried alive. I'm Barbara Kusak. Important decision..

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Federal appeals court orders halt to work on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Hugh Hewitt

01:08 min | 2 years ago

Federal appeals court orders halt to work on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

"In santa fe texas on sunday his asking for a moment of silence and ten am central time on monday to pay tribute to the ten killed on friday by a seventeen year old gunman who is in custody a federal court has vacated a key permit for the atlantic coast pipeline here's jeremy house the court says the us fish and wildlife service hasn't provided specific limits for the allowable impact on threatened and endangered species the southern environmental law center says the order from the richmond virginia based fourth you a circuit court of appeals requires an immediate halt to quote all construction in any activity associated with a pipeline structure would carry frank natural gas from west virginia through north carolina jeremy how reporting as waylon president nicolas maduro celebrating his reelection in a speech inviting his defeated challengers to join him for a dialogue about the country's future the first year vegas golden knights of advanced to the stanley cup final with a two one win at winnipeg they become the first team in in h l history to win three playoff series in their inaugural season channel news may twenty third labor press am nine seventy and modell's will be presenting awards to outstanding.

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As Trump Pressures DOJ, Giuliani Says Probe May End by Sept

Michael Medved

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

As Trump Pressures DOJ, Giuliani Says Probe May End by Sept

"Sorry news i'm val deore president trump has tweeted that he will demand that the justice department look into whether the fbi infiltrated his presidential campaign following his tweets sunday the justice department asked its internal watchdog to expand its existing probe of fbi actions meanwhile trump's legal team says that the special counsel has indicated its investigation into the president could be concluded by september then as waylon president nicolas maduro celebrating reelection and an energized speech inviting his defeated challengers to join him for a dialogue about the country's future d'oro spoke late sunday to a crowd of supporters in caracas he won nearly sixty eight percent of the votes and foreign journalists allowed to journey to north korea's mountains this week to observe the official closing of the country's nuclear test site in a public display of goodwill ahead of kim jon oems planned summit with president.

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Kelloggs: Venezuelan government seizes factory, hands it to workers

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

02:09 min | 2 years ago

Kelloggs: Venezuelan government seizes factory, hands it to workers

"Of rejection the finding comes in a survey of more than twelve thousand lgbtq teens across the nation they reported feeling unsafe in their school classrooms more than three quarters of them reported feeling depressed half of trans and gender expansive respondents said that they never use school restrooms because they can't use the ones that they identify with that's mark mayfield reporting with the royal wedding just a few days away advice for megan markle on which member of the royal family might be a good person with whom to bond abc sherry preston says you might be surprised when make markle joins the royal family she will of course be an outsider she's on a fine job of navigating the rules and protocol what it means to be royal but relax with chill out with cape the duchess of cambridge while they are about the same age but royals biographer robert lacey doesn't think she's the one that megan has been bonding with the most recent being camilla she's very relaxed in fact lacey says princess diana's nemesis is the one who meghan markle might reach out to for advice on how to fit in cheri preston abc news the government of venezuela is now in control of cornflakes in the country venezuela's government has now taken control of a plant owned by kellogg's cereal manufacturer they made the move after kellogg's announced it was pulling out of the country because of the worsening economic conditions there then as waylon president nicolas maduro says the plant will be turned over to the workers and they will continue manufacturing on their own bills in for reporting chicago mayor rahm emanuel calling a lawsuit to block the construction of the planned obama presidential center a frivolous one the mayor blasted a group that suing saying they don't understand the twentyfirst century i think this is a frivolous lawsuit it's based on some notion of the records the record is going to be digitized the welcome to the twenty first century they can be both in new york and in chicago it's protect our parks inc who filed the suit over claims that the center won't include a true presidential libraries in stock uments from president obama's presidency won't be physically kept their abc world headlines next what's worse than are you fueled by curiosity.

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