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"yamaoka" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And they don't want to leave. They want to stay in Mississippi, by the way. They love Mississippi. They love Mississippi. Many other immigrants. Women in Mississippi came here as adults. They build a life in scratch that certain feeling with fear that everything might disappear one day and then you have nothing to show for all their efforts. In a way, it's story of the immigrant from these communities. The threat is very riel. Don't continue to live within raise their Children changed the face of this country. After all, they are in Mississippi for stay. My things to me and Macias for producing that story, and a lot has happened since Vienna and I traveled to Mississippi back in February Cove. It hit plants faced workers shortages and once again, they turned to the Latino community in the area. To fill those jobs way followed up with Yesenia, who's now back working at a chicken processing plant, and then I could not find a job in construction as she wanted to sew. She had to give up her small house after seven years of living there. She is now living in a single bedroom with her three Children. None of them have any plans of leaving the state of Mississippi next week. We continue our reporting on meat processing plants in the United States. This time with a focus on the deep impact the cove in 19 crisis as having the health of essential workers who staff thes plants. Pandemic has spurred an unprecedented protest movement led by the kids of meatpackers. It's the Children of Smithfield next week. You know, Yusa. That's it For today. Like, you Know, USA is produced by Mascius, Janice Yamaoka, Jean Alisa's Carson and with help this week from Paris. Were edited by Sofia police car and wished raise Our engineers are Steffy LeBow, Julia Caruso and Leah shot..
"yamaoka" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast
"Although you do say the the versions that is poppet controlled by the developers, which is true, and there is a facility in the snap stole code tracks, so if they have versions that they have long term support full like fire Fox. They could have tracks for older versions that they're maintaining just point releases for security fixes and stuff like that, but that's at the discretion of the developers, and that's largely governed by how big that teams are, and how much how much how they have to maintain old versions of the software, but tracks do exist for publishers who want to provide. Long time staple versions of things I mean you could, if you if you went and got they Yamaoka Hugo, you could. AGO and Cherry pick the release. The you want like this. Whatever version forty point one? Clone the repository wind the clock back to that point in time, and then run snap craft and build the snap and install it locally yourself. You could do that and all you're doing is effectively reproducing the bill. The went into the store a year ago or whatever the one you want. And you could manually install it i. mean that's that's useful. Because the build is is easily reducible on your system, because the tool of the develop used to build the stab snap Kroft. Probably you could instal and run the same thing. George also emailed us I enjoyed learning more about the added features in twenty four. Seemed like much of what was mentioned. Is it husbands? Further gaming I'm not a Gamer anything that increases appeal of the Knicks and leads to better and more software is great. As a lot of potential, but at this point I'm happy with EMC four four description and backup tools which I'm familiar. I sort mainline twenty four on a basic knock are use for testing straight from the Ice Oh. It's beautiful. I was excited about high DP skating as I've been very happily using four. KTV's to replace my tiny HD monitors I've been running either scale two times or at full.
"yamaoka" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Ay with you, wherever you go. Hick says little Pelosi talks tough. I'm Mike moss. Former Trump eight hope Hicks is reportedly saying very little. She's behind closed doors answering questions from the House Judiciary committee. The White House has ordered her to say nothing of her time working there. Correspondent Kaitlan Collins with more pixels, the president sounding board. She was there for things big and small even steaming the wrinkles out of his pants according to campaign aides, but now that she's moved to the west coast. She has essentially this new life. We're being told that she barely speaks to the president. And there were some times last year when she didn't even return his phone calls. House speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked if she supports century, the president center is just a, a way out. I if you're gonna go you go, it's a good are there. He must impeach. I don't think three hundred and forty six people should of. Died. And I believe that this was preventable, chairman of the house, transportation committee, Peter defies yo opens hearings into the deadly crashes. Two seven thirty seven max jets Pilots Association. President Dan carries a single point of failure. This design that, that the redundancy, the system went back to the captain, and first officer of the aircraft do for of emission was the fact that Boeing failed to disclose the existence of the caste system to the pilot community around the world and independent the United Nations report says evidence suggests Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman in other senior Saudi officials are liable for the murder of journalist. Yamaoka Shuki correspondent Clarice award credible evidence that high level Saudi officials including the crown prince were involved in ordering the premeditated murder of this lane journalist Jamal has shook. She US steel is idling two plants in Indiana in Michigan. The company reports demand abroad and at home. Is down. The company also has trimmed its earnings outlook,.
"yamaoka" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Release report by Mike moss. The acting head of the FAA has told congress. There are strong similarities between the crash of a lion air, seven 737 max. And an Ethiopian Airlines next yet the flight track of Ethiopian Airlines was very similar to the flight track of lion air, and that data told us that there was very possibly a link between the two flights. And when you have the possibility of a link between two accents is the same type aircraft. It's prudent to ground them. Congress has begun to ask him questions about the self certification process used in the aviation industry. Attorney general William bar is telling congress to prepare to see the Muller Russia report in April. In the meantime, he says he's scrubbing the report to remove classified information Senator Lindsey Graham says the president told him he'll not exert executive privilege not gonna. Claim executive privilege. They told me the president said release it reinforced that last night that you know, just just release. It congressman Gerry Connolly quiz. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo today about the status of the investigation into the murder of journalist Yamaoka Shuki as made very clear that we will continue to work to identify those who are responsible for Jamal show, these murder and hold them accountable. We will stand by that today. Just a real quick one. And does that mean mister secretary no matter how high up at mica said anyone James fields convicted on state murder charges in a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. It's pleaded guilty to federal hate crime charges from the unite the right rally police in West.
"yamaoka" Discussed on WTVN
"Eight thousand nine fifty one was the. Total attendance on Valentine's night for the blue Jackson basketball buckeyes at home at the same time said over. Absolutely, it's gonna crack thirty put the poll up and eighty three percent right now agree with you. Yeah. Well, you don't have the backdrop of Valentine's Day. I mean, you remember we ran a contest after that second chance at romance. And the winner actually took his wife to the jackets game. Even though you might say he forced her to go because he said playing simple. She didn't like didn't. He have a stinger. Bring him clower Zinger. Brought her some flowers believe that didn't do it really really really happy to win the thousand bucks at diamonds direct. Is all I'm saying the exact so we know after worry nobody contests moving forward tomorrow. After tonight. It's going to be get after it buckeyes get after a jacket. I'm with you. They're going to get over thirty thousand between the two vendors DJ games. Pittsburgh iowa. I like it. Yup. Jackets and GM Yamaoka line in state aggressive at the trade deadline. They added ofensive punch with the Mattachine and Ryan Zinke trades can line and then yesterday ads defenseman Adam mcquaid from the Rangers and Goldie Keith can Kate from the devils as he continues to part with upcoming graphics, captain, Nick, Selena, loves jackets, all in mentality or sitting in spot right now, we want to be in a better spot coming out of the season and management beliefs in this group enough that they want us to try and get better as a team and add it to that. That's a great statement to to our team into the fans jackets currently third in the metro division six in the east. They host Pittsburgh who is right on their heels seven o'clock in nationwide another night when the is a basketball buckeyes, our home. Seven o'clock at the shot OSU hosting Iowa. Guys, four games left three of them tonight against Iowa at Purdue and home against Wisconsin. Or against ranked teams here. Six ten WTVN basketball analyst blocks last night if Ohio State can beat northwestern at northwestern. Which by no means is is something you can write down in pen and win one of those three games with Iowa being seemingly the best chance. I think they're in the NCAA tournament buckeyes yet to beat a ranked team big ten network has the Buckeye game. Fox Sports, Ohio, the jackets anti-gay Cavaliers lost to Portland and whispering football approaching Ohio State adds a player offense of lineman. Joe Jackson starter and a captain last year at Rutgers joins the buckeyes as a grad transfer from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk..
"yamaoka" Discussed on WTVN
"I trust. What he says about you know, you got your experts. I got there you go. The blue jackets weren't rolling last night. Actually, they played a pretty good gain. They were down two to nothing early rallied to tie the game. But come up empty falling three two two to Montreal. After tying game on a Nick Felino goal early in the third period. Canadians responded with a game winner with seven minutes left second straight loss. Third and four games for the jackets. Here is the captain Nichelino disappointing to to not come away with at least two point in that game. Now, it's two games. Now, we played well and nothing to show for it. So it's got to find a way if you peak in the standings jackets still in playoff position, but they've slipped to eighth in the east there at Ottawa on Friday, two hours from GM Yamaoka Carolina's gonna be all with Joel at eight forty three big ten basketball two very close games last night. Purdue one in Indiana by to Maryland by one over Iowa one blog is Penn State thump, Nebraska, the buckeyes snide home northwesterners coach, Chris Holtman. I've got just tremendous respect for Chris Collins and the job he does they're so disciplined in how they play in. Talking defensively and offensively and she's trying to snap a two game. Skill late game eight thirty tip on the big ten network. And how about this Joel former Buckeye schooner Penn coach to the Ohio State alumni team in the basketball tournament in the summer is asking Buckeye nation to help rename the team. It's been the scarlet and gray. But apparently. Has said stop using that the copyright or whatever. I don't know. So if you are on social media, you can tweet a suggested name too skinny he's at at Schoon EP twelve. A little Vicky tech. Yes. Yeah. Guys that played at Ohio State you get free publicity former three weekends during the summer. Scarlet and gray. I yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I had somebody tweet at me that it's a good thing that so many people love Ohio State because they do things like this that make me hate them. I think that's a good way to put it. Yeah. You know? I don't know. And I don't know how far that goes. Because I mean, you know, it's an Ohio State thing. It's the basketball tournament, which is a takeoff of the Ohio State University. I mean, can you do buckeyes nuts? I mean, I actually tweeted at scrutiny. I said why not just the your team is the I mean everybody knows what that means the Ohio State University. You you can't say hi state university. They Dan and trademark v. Have they or and then they tweeted the the scarlet great team. How about the alumni team? You know, and everybody knows what that means. Yeah. I think the is funny. I like the is kind of an up yours to I. I said that or thatt's boys because they're all Fatma's. Yes. But anyway, anyway at Schoon EP twelve year on Twitter, and you have an idea from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk..
"yamaoka" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"From drivers who have been assaulted harassed battered. We hear about carjackings it's actually really common in our community. There were two recent robberies in the Austin neighborhood in which a rider pulled a gun on the driver and another incident this past week, a lift driver's car, was stolen. It's found a few blocks away crashed the house of representatives has paid honors to the late. Former Michigan Representative John Dingell, Don Thursday nine. Eighty two you served from nineteen fifty five to two thousand fifteen and was the longest serving member of congress in history. House speaker Nancy Pelosi remembered Dingle who she often feuded with is a man who served his country. Well, John Dingell Lisa towering legacy of unshakable strength boundless energy and transformative leadership Republican leader Kevin McCarthy recalled dingoes love for the house yet. Great passions passions force, constituents, passion force committee, energy and commerce. He loved this committee so much. He thought there needed. No other committee in this house. Bill Raikov CBS news, Capitol Hill. Saudi Arabia says the Kennedy. Says the US faces a sanctions deadline Saudi Arabia's foreign Minister Adel, Al Jubeir says the killing of dissident journalist Yamaoka Shuki was a mistake and mistakes happen, but he insists Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman didn't order the murder and any determination from the United States that he did would be in his words putting the cart before the horse. The US is looking at a deadline to sanction Saudi Arabia under the Magnitsky human Rights Act, US intelligence agencies have concluded the crown prince was involved. The New York Times reported this week the prince told an eighty year before the killing he would use a bullet on Khashoggi, but the president has been reluctant to assign blame. I'm Warren Levinson gasoline. Prices traffic and weather coming up. WBZ news time nine thirty six. The gift of diamonds for the price of flowers with JC penny. Save up to seventy percent.
Senate starts debate on US role in Yemen
"News. The Senate voting today to begin debate on a resolution, cutting US military support for the Saudi led coalition fighting in Yemen. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham says President Trump needs to take tougher stance on the country in light of the murder of a US based Saudi journalists don't let the president now that I think you're right about Saudi Arabia having been a strategic ally, and they could be in the future. But I think you're wrong about what's going on here. Washington Post journalist Yamaoka show. You was killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul earlier this year US intelligence officials believe the Saudi Crown prince ordered the murder President Trump questions those intelligence findings and continues to
"yamaoka" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Not have to be here today. Haiti Brennan was working for governor Phil Murphy's campaign when she said another staff member Albert Alvarez sexually assaulted her. She said she. Reported it to thirties even tried to tell Kevin Murphy. But no action was taken until she went to a newspaper. No survivor should have to tell their story to the newspaper to be heard special committee of the New Jersey legislature is expected to hear additional testimony. The governor has apologized to Brennan, and is conducting an internal investigation Alvarez has since resigned from his government job as denies the allegations this alleged rape happened in Jersey City, and there are also questions about how Hudson county prosecutors handled their investigations they told Brennan, they would not press charges wins. News time four zero six the story of the fired in New York City. OEM Commissioner changed again Tuesday. Blasios says in retrospect, he thinks he probably should have talked to Joe Esposito personnel about leaving his job, and he should not have left it to his deputy. But he says the fiery had nothing to do with the snow storm. It was just time. He said says Zito had wonderful tactical skills, but he wanted someone more strategic to go in a new direction. We recognize that things are happening faster. And we're going to have to not only respond tactically, but have a much more refined approach to getting ready for potentially multiple problems simultaneously. He said there will be a national search for Zito's replacement and he stays on the job until a successor is found. Carol d'auria ten ten wins at police headquarters wins news time for us seven the office of special counsel. Robert Muller has former national security advisor. Mike Flynn is provided substantial cooperation so much. That is recommending no prison time. There's been a lot of suspense surrounding. The prosecutors filing of the sentencing memorandum in the case of Michael Flynn who pleaded guilty last year to lying to the FBI about conversations about sanctions with a Russian ambassador. In addition to cooperation prosecutors say Flynn's record of military and public service sets him apart from every other person who's been charged in Robert Muller's investigation into Russian interference and possible. Trump. Campaign collusion Flynn is due to be sentenced December eighteenth federal sentencing guidelines recommend between zero and six months in prison and probation is a possibility. Jackie quinn. Washington wins news time four hundred eight senators were briefed by the CIA director at the brutal murder of US based journalist Yamaoka Shoji Lindsey Graham walked out of that meeting with the CIA director saying it is now crystal clear to him that the Saudi Crown prince ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi. It's equally clear he says the US can no longer work with him. Because I think he's crazy. I think he is dangerous. That's why Senator Bob corker says the administration's approach to dealing with this incident, essentially gives the crown prince a free pass the.
CIA chief expected to brief senators on Khashoggi killing
"Shoji Senate leaders will finally get their chance to hear directly from CIA director Gina hospital on the agency's findings related to the killing of Saudi journalist Yamaoka Shoji a person familiar with the plans speaking on condition of anonymity says Hass Bill will be on Capitol Hill Tuesday. She'll brief the Senate Republican and democratic leaders and chairman and ranking senators on key national security committees senators from both parties were not happy last week that hassle was not made available for closed door session with administration officials that. Included secretary of state, Mike Pompeo and Defense
"yamaoka" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The five of all in the house. Obviously, you know, the house is there. We've never been the issue. Here are built contains the president's full requests for the border. But ultimately, the president and the Senate Democrats are gonna have to come to agreement as well, as you know, this takes sixty votes in the Senate. They're forcing Democrats have they say so in appropriation matters, you this hour Nancy Pelosi has been chosen by House Democrats to lead them in the new congress bunch. She still faces a showdown vote for house speaker. When lawmakers convened in January Pelosi ran unopposed as the nominee for speaker in a closed door democratic caucus election today, despite unrest from those clamoring for new leadership, the landlocked Virginia hospital center will be allowed to expand. After a divided vote from the Arlington county board three to vote came. After nearly five months of delays will allow the center to build on a five and a half acre site off of George. Mason drive. No, this leaves disappointment on the part of some of the neighbors again, I confess I did not enter. This latest phase with a lot of optimism that there would be peace in the land. Katie crystal, no vote. Eric gut show felt the hospital could have done more to accommodate residents. I just for one felt that we had set a frankly a relatively low bar to get to where we needed to be. And you still didn't hit it window into one wwl and wwl dot com. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says there's no intelligence connecting the order to murder journalists Yamaoka Shuki and the crown prince of Saudi Arabia following a briefing from Pompeo and Defense Secretary James Mattis, Senator Lindsey Graham complained about the absence of CIA director, Gina hassle and issued an ultimatum in that briefing.
"yamaoka" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Com. Taking action. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. The State Department announcing sanctions against those responsible for the death of journalist Yamaoka Shoghi Khatibi of state, Mike Pompeo has announced penalties against Saudis. The US says are responsible for the death of columnists Jamal kashogi. He says the State Department is revoking visas for some members of the Saudi intelligence services, Royal court and other ministries. These penalties will not be the last word on this matter from the United States, we will continue to explore additional measures to hold those responsible. Accountable in the Oval Office this afternoon, the president stressed his administration is still gathering facts. And that CIA director Gina has Bill will brief him soon on her trip to Turkey to meet with investigators their taxes rich Edson at the State Department and Pompeo had a pointed message for the thousands of people caravanning to the southern US Boerner will not be successful at getting into the United States illegally. No matter what. I repeat the caravan will not cross our southern border illegally under any circumstances. Here is still coming down the caravan which crossed into Mexico over the weekend. Still number some seven thousand it rested, Tuesday, Forty-five miles north of the Guatemalan border. We're told their destination remains Tijuana twenty four hundred miles or roughly a four-month walk taxes William s on the southern Mexico border category. Three hurricane will has made landfall on Mexico's coast near the town of the box. There is no immediate reports of damage. The National Hurricane Center says will as maximum sustained winds were one hundred twenty miles per hour. When it hit the coast man, accused of killing a female university of Utah. Student was a registered sex offender who's been nearly a decade in prison after pleading guilty to try to lure and underage girl. Online former prosecutor poll Amen, saying thirty seven year old Melvin Roland Wisconsin in an online sex crime sting when a police officer posed as a thirteen year.
"yamaoka" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Special report Saudi journalist death confirmation from the Saudis that Washington Post journalist Yamaoka shook she died inside the Saudi council it in Istanbul through an interpreter. Study state run news agency tells us they will continue investigating and interrogation dose responsible. Who are eighteen persons of shoddy nationality in response to the journalist's death. The White House may consider stopping arms sales to Saudi Arabia, but President Trump eluded to the cost of such a move during a roundtable event at Luke air force base. You know, we're talking about something right now where he particular country ordered you'll never guess who this is about one hundred and ten billion dollars worth of equipment. And I assume you'd like to keep those orders probably, but if you don't Boeing. You can you can let me know congress could also impose sanctions on the Saudis or make financial cutoffs in terms of international banking. I'm Barbara Kusak. Top US intelligence officials say they're concerned about ongoing campaigns by several countries to undermine American democracy. The office of the director of national intelligence, the homeland security department, the Justice department, and the FBI have issued a joint statement it says Russia, China, Iran and other countries seek to quoting here influence voter perceptions and decision making in the two thousand eighteen and two thousand twenty elections. The statement goes on to say these efforts could take many forms including social media platforms. Linda Kenyon, Washington. President Trump has threatened to call in the military to keep a Central American migrant caravan from entering the US special correspondent Bill we're has been traveling with the migrants one telling him Donald Trump is an anti Christ. This man says if he doesn't repent is going to hell, we are not criminals, we are workers and fighters.
"yamaoka" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Trump acknowledging that Yamaoka shook she is most likely dead. Certainly looks that way to me. It's very sad looks out after hearing from his secretary of state that the Saudis need more time the president agrees. However, if the Saudis, and perhaps the Royal family are implicated in kosher death, the president going farther than before. And that there will have to be consequences. We'll have to be very severe. It's bad beds. Bad enough secretary of the treasury Steve Mnuchin decided to cancel his plans to attend a Saudi investment conference next week. Meanwhile, the Washington Post has published fishhook she has last editorial more than two weeks after he disappeared going inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in it. He warns that lack of concern on the part of other countries led. Herb nations to quote, continue silencing. The media is an increasing rate. Bob Costantini, the White House nine minutes after the hour candidates are campaigning in earnest for the midterm elections. Some are looking beyond the midterms. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has the latest one of the most watched races in the country pits democratic congressman betcha Aurore against incumbent Senator Ted Cruz for the US Senate seat in Texas with congresswoman O'Rourke leading the way two years of a partisan circus shutting down the federal government in a witch hunt on the president that's not good for the state of Texas. It's not good for our country. Really interesting to hear you talk about a. Artisan circus after your six years in the US Senate incumbent democrat, Heidi Heitkamp versus Republican Kevin Kramer, North Dakota and uncommon never cry Claire mccaskill versus Republican Josh Holly in Missouri are also in the spotlight and then there's the race in Montana where President Trump hosted a rally Thursday for Republican Matt Rosendahl who's trying to unseat incumbent democratic Senator Jon tester, the president spent most of his rally trashing Democratic Party. This is the problem with them. They have one thing they stick together. They vote together. They're bad politicians. They have horrible policy, but many Democrats have their sights set beyond the midterms and they're setting up a field possible contenders. Looking to unseat President Trump twenty twenty they've been descending on South Carolina in recent days, the state with the south's first presidential primary. Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg was there one week after announcing he had read registered as a democrat Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey was there to just days after delivering this rousing speech in Iowa. This is not.
"yamaoka" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Final words. More Texas rain. I'm Michael Toscano. Secretary state Mike Pompeo reports to President Trump in one hour on his meetings with Saudi Arabia and Turkey over the suspected murder of journalist Yamaoka Shuki, President Trump remains publicly in support of the Saudi Royal families denials. They had anything to do with it. But a Turkish newspaper has published. Surveillance images showing a man close to the Saudi Crown prince walking into a Saudi building shortly before she disappeared there. Meanwhile, Bob Costantini reports that the world is hearing directly from the journalists this morning. The Washington Post has published coaches last Ditore more than two weeks after he disappeared going inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. He warns that lack of concern on the part of other countries have led Arab nations to quote continue silencing. The media is an increasing rate. Former vice president Joe Biden is criticizing President Trump for coddling dictators telling CBS this morning, I don't want to speculate. My worst fears, but either he doesn't know what he's doing or he has a absolutely combo notion. What allows American lead the world. Another day of rain is in the forecast for central Texas as residents continue to deal with serious flooding. The Colorado river near Austin is still in major flood stage. The trinity river north of Houston will reach flood stage by this weekend as many as four more inches of rain forecast through Saturday. The FBI is pleading for more help this morning as the amber alert for a missing Wisconsin girl, enters its fourth day thirteen year old Jamie clauses parents were found dead Monday in the small town of baron the girl nowhere to be found. Andy roses, following the search investigators believe Jamie may have been obstructed and is in extreme danger. A family member told CBS news the front door was shot in the barren county. Sheriff says tips are pouring in. And he's asking residents to report anyone behaving out of character. Stock futures still down Twenty-eight minutes before the opening bell on Wall Street. I'm Michael Toscano. Are you a stalker options trader looking for real trading.
"yamaoka" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Rain. I'm Michael Toscano. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo reports to President Trump in one hour on his meetings with Saudi Arabia and Turkey over the suspected murder of journalist Yamaoka Shuki, President Trump remains publicly in support of the Saudi Royal families denials. They had anything to do with it. But a Turkish newspaper has published. Surveillance images showing a man close to the Saudi Crown prince walking into Saudi building shortly before Qassuf shook she disappeared there. Meanwhile, Bob Costantini reports that the world is hearing directly from the journalists this morning. The Washington Post has published coaches last editorial more than two weeks after he disappeared going inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in it. He warns that lack of concern on the part of other countries have led Arab nations to quote continue silencing the media at an increasing rate. Former vice president Joe Biden is criticizing President Trump for coddling dictators telling CBS this morning, I don't want to speak. Regulator my worst fears, but either he doesn't know what he's doing or he has absolutely convoluted notion. What allows American lead the world. Another day of rain is in the forecast for central Texas as residents continue to deal with serious flooding. The Colorado river near Austin is still in major flood stage. The trinity river north of Houston will reach flood stage by this weekend as many as four more inches of rain forecast through Saturday. The FBI is pleading for more help this morning as the amber alert for a missing Wisconsin girl, enters its fourth day thirteen year old Jamie clauses parents were found dead Monday in the small town of Barron the girl nowhere to be found. Andy roses, following the search investigators believe Jamie may have been obstructed and is in extreme danger. A family member told CBS news the front door was shot in the barren county. Sheriff says tips are pouring in. And he's asking residents to report anyone behaving out of character. Stock futures still down twenty eight minutes before the opening bell. On Wall Street. I'm Michael Toscano. Broadcasting.
"yamaoka" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Call one eight five five old knee eight five five six five three fifty six. Thirty three new report says President Trump and the Saudi government are looking for a way to explain the death of journalist Yamaoka Shoghi without implicating, the crown prince Mohammad bin Salaam, Washington Post described Salaam as being among the president's closest foreign allies, the president disputes the notion that he is protecting anyone that giving. With that being said Saudi Arabia has been a very important ally of ours in the Middle East, but increasing evidence points to the crown prince's involvement with officials saying he wanted to silence kashogi who's a critic of the Saudi government. Turkish officials say an audiotape reveals kashogi was brutally tortured and dismembered inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turks have dominated this story. They have kept the story global headlines, and they're begging they're waiting for the Saudis to fess up that they think the only way the Saudis are going to fess up is if they put enough pressure on US politicians who can in turn put enough pressure on the White House and the White House can end put pressure on the Saudis to actually at least say what they know or say anything about what happened to Jamaica Shoghi correspondent Mollie hunter officials in Rockland county giving out free measles vaccines after seven confirmed cases there another six children have been diagnosed in Brooklyn's orthodox Jewish community. Rockland county health Commissioner, Dr Patricia Rupert. It says everyone should get vaccinated a high risk situation. Measles is very communicable. Ninety percent of people who are exposed to measles can get it. And that means they're in the same room with another person. Five of those in Rockland county contracted the measles virus while visiting Israel. According to officials more problems for the sexual assault case against Harvey Weinstein in Manhattan, DA's office admits that a detective on the case told one of Weinstein's accusers to delete information from her phone, the unidentified woman claims a detective nNcholas to Gadio told her she should delete anything. She did not want anyone to see before giving her phone to prosecutors. She didn't do it deciding to seek the advice of an attorney the Gaudio's already under fire for allegedly coaching a witness in that case defense attorney Ben Bronfman says it further undermines the integrity of an already deeply flawed indictment. An investigation continues today after a fire truck slammed into several parked cars in Brooklyn. A firefighter remains hospitalized around six fifteen last night at Saint marks avenue in east New York avenue. This man was driving behind the fire truck..
"yamaoka" Discussed on Here & Now
"From NPR and WB you are. I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin young. It's here. Now, President Trump says he has asked Turkey for those audio and video recordings if they exist the suspected murder of dissident Saudi journalist Yamaoka Shoji in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Earlier this month, Turkish officials have now published what they say is heard on the tapes and state back media. The New York Times says the gruesome details, confirm a murder. And despite Turkish officials saying it was the crown prince's agents who tortured and dismembered kashogi who lived and worked in the US in the Oval Office morning Trump defended his support of the Saudis. I with that being said, Saudi Arabia's been a very important ally of ours in the Middle East. Also on President Trump's mind, the midterms just twenty days away. Last night Trump said he won't accept blame if if his party loses the house, lots of talk about with our political strategist mall Simmons democrat and hosted hill TV high Jamal? Hi. How are you? I'm doing well and Alice. Stewart, Republican strategists. I Alice. Hi, Jeremy. Great to be here. Great to have you and Jamal, what do you think first of all, how important is how Trump responds to this alleged murder of Jamal? Khashoggi. And of course we remember in Trump just said it right there Trump's the US has a big relationship economically and politically with Saudi Arabia. It's incredibly important. I mean, one of the things that's been quite disturbing to me over the last couple of years is how the president has pulled America back from some of its international relationships, but then also pulled back from talking about American values when you go around and I spent. I spent a lot of time earlier in my career, traveling the globe and on behalf of the government on behalf of private organizations. You know, I always felt the security that if something happened to me, the United States government would be there to help ride to the rescue. I just think if you're working for an international organization and some part of the world today, you don't feel that level of security. You may have felt six months ago because kashogi was a US resident, but Alice, how would you advise working also working for an American news? Right? Which President Trump hates behavior that newspaper the Washington. But but Alice, how? How would you advise Republicans at this moment of the crown prince had had other moments, you know, he detained Saudi billionaires in a hotel. There are one Yemen. There's the war in Yemen. Here's Republican Senator. Lindsey, Graham on FOX and friends just yesterday about Mohammed bin Salman. This guy's gotta go Saudi Arabia listening. There are a lot of good people you can choose, but NBS has tainted your country and tainted himself analysis this tainting Trump because there's a whiff of the fact that he has personal relations with the Saudis, his son in law and daughter, you know, have potential business deals with them and it's it's starting to feel like it's more personal than for the good of the country or for human rights robbing. Unfortunately, it feels as though there's a little bit more than a whiff of connection between the president and the first family and these Saudi officials, which is a big concern. I do think it is. For us to get all of the information before we make any big declarations. I wish there was a little bit more of of Lindsey, Graham, Donald Trump when he's talking about the situation in the fire and fury that we do here in Lindsey, Graham voice, but the president is right and that Saudi Arabia's important business interest for the United States. Four hundred fifty billion dollars worth of business interest. One hundred ten billion with regard to military purchases. But if things go as it all indications are that this was a brutal brutal killing, then I clearly we need to take drastic steps in and really make a point. This is a human rights issue in this is about a what? What is right for our country and setting an example that this kind of behavior is simply not tolerate Jamal..
"yamaoka" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Diplomatically returning home. I'd like moss. Saudi Arabia's top diplomat is left Turkey where the investigation moves ahead into the suspected murderer of Washington Post journalist Yamaoka Shuki more from correspondent, Nic Robertson. Turkish Foreign Minister said it was okay. If a Saudi diplomats leave Turkey and go back to their own country. But he also said that the council general's house and vehicles with you to be searched today, we know that investigators soul had as a key and critical figure in their investigations. Turkish forensic teams finished a search of the Saudi consulate today. Turkish officials fear Saudi agents killed him in the consulate and disposed of his body. Correspondent Barbara Starr says the US handling of the crisis with Saudi Arabia could have long reaching impact. It will reshape the Middle East. It will reshape relations potentially with a Middle East allies and Iran, the consequences appear to be very significant in the minds of some people deep inside the Trump administration. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says lawmakers need to find out what happened before they discussed the appropriate. US response. Some Florida panhandle residents may be just hours away from being allowed to return to the communities. Hardest hit by hurricane Michael. Correspondent Scott McLean. Says at least one town search for survivors and victims is wrapping up in Mexico beach. They have all but finished their search process looking for bodies going through the rubble with cadaver dogs. They did find one more yesterday. The number of unaccounted for is now three or less. Activists are calling it a wakeup call hate crimes against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender. People in England and Wales have risen by twenty eight percent police say four in five incidents, go unreported with younger people, especially reluctant to go to the police on Wall Street, a strong showing the Dow up three fifty five SNP up thirty nine NASDAQ up one forty one I'm Mike moss. Protecting data across modern decentralized networks presents.