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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Thank you for being part of this conversation tonight. What what happened this weekend. In el paso american gun violence in general is an international story some of the international response to what happened this weekend will surprise surprise you. We've got a live report on that specific international reaction coming up next stay with us the grief and outrage from the attack in el paso and the attack dayton and the attacking gilroy they all reach far beyond the borders but of the el paso attack the twenty twenty. Two people killed in el paso on saturday. We're now learning from forties. Seven of those twenty two people killed were mexican nationals and that that means the government of mexico is now responding on behalf of their own citizens and they're responding with anger for more. Let's go to n._b._c. News correspondent cal perry who's in tapachula mexico account rachel. We saw headlines here that were similar to those around the world with one slight difference. The words of the gunman were splashed lashed all over the front pages hispanic invasion killing of mexicans and that led to this extraordinary press conference yesterday from the foreign minister who talked about american erkin gun violence he talked about hate speech but he went a step further saying that mexico may take legal action and try to extradite the gunman here to mexico now look. That's not very realistic but it points to what you are saying that the government is going out of. Its way doing something extraordinary to show its citizens that it will protect. Put this in the larger context last month. Donald trump threatened in this country with tariffs and so just a few miles from where i'm standing at the guatemalan border you now have eleven thousand national guardsmen standing on the mexican side of the border turning people around. Some people say that's doing the american bidding for them. Some people support it but it shows you. This tenuous position that the mexican government is in everybody here views views the u._s. as a country with a gun fetish. That is the words that people use here. The difference is and we talked to a kid twenty six years old just a few minutes ago. He got deported from the u._s. A few months ago he left his family behind in los angeles. He said he would do anything to get back there but in talking to his mom earlier today he said that the fear is now that that people will be targeted that is what has changed not the gun violence but the rhetoric that we saw from that gunman in the essay that is what people here are talking about rachel calipari reporting from southeastern mexico cal..

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"A Kroger store scary moments people shot and killed inside that Kroger near Louisville Kentucky. Police say an armed man walked into the store and Jefferson town fired multiple shots at a man then walked out to the parking lot there. The suspect they say shot a woman both victims dead at the scene. Shootings happened just after three this afternoon lycee they appear to be random. They have the suspects in custody. But they have not released any motive in the shootings, the former Michigan state police trooper on trial and the tailoring death of a fifteen year old Detroit boy says he used the taser and self defense because he thought the teen had a gone wrapping up day two of the trial for Mark best ner and the family of demand Grimes concerned that the teen is being wrongfully portrayed. Oliver Gant is a spokesperson for the Grimes family. Of the trial for video witnesses accounts showed demogra- has never took his has offered handlebars as he was riding ATV until he was taste and hit that truck Rams did not have a gun. He crashed the TV and died after he was that by the taser in the back of the head bass who resigned from the Michigan state police has been charged with secondary murder and manslaughter. A woman who was found dead in the street and McComb county has now been identified. The sheriff's department says Thirty-three-year-old Danielle lob Lardy of Warren had been staying at the Ruth motel on Jefferson near shook with her boyfriend. He has been taken into custody. Dave Thompson who was in the area says he heard arguing between a man and a woman at the hotel. Don't know if it's the same girl, but there was voices like over here. We're buy whatever I seen. I wasn't really paying attention. I heard the door slam and stuff like that. And I've seen her sitting out here. On grass in all right over there. And might come out and keister across the street sheriff's department continuing that investigation and women's gymnastics coach at the university of Michigan is out of a job accused of having sex with an eighteen year old student in public in a car, Scott, the and the woman were each cited for indecent conduct for the alleged incident on October eighth in Ann Arbor. The university says Viteri resigned a week later. The athlete department spokesman says employees are barred from having any romantic relationships with their students. Yearly seven thousand migrants around the move with the mission of getting to the United States. That migrants are already on the move this morning having ten hour trek ahead of them. Now, they're walking right now on a highway and we have our lights out. But if the lights weren't here, it is pitch black out here. They're moving at roughly a pace of twenty five miles a day at that pace. They're not gonna reach the US border until at least mid December. Now, the young men in this group, of course, we'll be able to move faster than the women with children. So this group is expected to splinter in the coming weeks. CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Reporting from Tapachula Mexico. The health Commissioner in New Jersey is a shoring people that it's unlikely the viral outbreak at a pediatric rehab center that killed several children will pose a wider threat.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jim Sharpe joins us with his sharper point, presented by the Schwartz laser eye center. That giant caravan of Central American migrants that's now in Mexico headed for the US border has me asking some questions, admittedly one that's kinda juvenile when you hear the term caravan. Do you think of the formerly ubiquitous mode of the eighties family transportation known as the dodge caravan? Yeah. You know, things weren't so bad for these people that might actually be humorous, but ABC's Matt gut men who's traveling with them suggested to me this morning that things must be bad back home because just the twenty miles traveled. Yesterday was horrific actually it was hot ninety degrees or so really humid people were collapsing. One garage. He fell into my arms. I it was pretty harrowing makes you wonder why these people are willing to endure this kind of suffering. Matt says the town square and Tapachula Mexico where they camped out smells awful because not only has nobody figured out the eating and sleeping arrangements. But also the bathroom we were told by the ice director in Phoenix that people crossing our border. These days are mostly families looking for asylum. So why aren't they seeking or being given asylum in Mexico? Well, apparently Mexico did offer, but they think it's some sort of trick to get them onto buses and they'll be deported afterwards. The Mexican government has also attempted to turn them around which President Trump is insisted on but that hasn't worked out either. So the caravan has the potential become a Humana. -tarian crisis that ends violently in Mexico. And that might be okay with President Trump not because he wants them hurt. But because even if the United States Marine corps deploys to know Gallus, we're told by experts that they cannot turn away the one seeking asylum. And then this huge caravan becomes a huge political embarrassment for Donald Trump. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for Amazon is morning news on KTAR news KTAR is education. The Arizona state board of education voted today to adopt revised Arizona science standards, which recognize evolution. The would also voted to revise Arizona, history and social science standards, Arizona votes. There are now three point seven million people registered to vote in Arizona of those more than one point three million Republicans in just over one point two million are Democrats one point two million others are not affiliated with any party. President Trump says the US will begin cutting aid to the myla on Dudas Salvador, those are three Central American countries. He accuses. A failing to stop thousands of migrants heading for the US border. President trump. Meanwhile, says the jury's still out on exactly what happened to Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi for weeks. President Trump has given Saudi leaders the benefit of the doubt. But now, I am not satisfied with what I've heard Mr. Trump. It was a fist fight that led to Jamal kashogi Steph, but the president still sent his own investigators tremendously talented people that do this very well they're coming back tonight tomorrow, Mr. Trump reluctant to sanction the Saudis saying he doesn't want to lose billions in arms sales Andy Field. ABC news, Washington. Meanwhile, surveillance video leaked today appears to show a man walking out of the diplomatic posts rookie Shoghi died wearing the journalists close hurricane will off the western coast of Mexico now category for it had been downgraded university climate expert. Randy servants says luckily, Texas will take the brunt of the storm not rezone the remnants of hurricanes..

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on AP News

"A police body cameras exploded in New York City man, does the AP's Julie Walker reports the departments now suspending use of that specific model. The NYPD says an officer noticed smoke coming from his view L E five body cameras Saturday night took it off. And then it exploded. No one was injured. The company says it will resolve the situation. The police department says the batteries could ignite so they're suspending use of that model which amounts to about three thousand body cams. The NYPD says they have more than fifteen thousand body cameras and officers using other models will continue to wear them. Julie Walker New York. A twelve pound chunk of the moon that fell to the earth as a lunar meteorite sold at auction this week for more than six hundred thousand dollars the moon rocks. Composed of six fragments that fit together like a puzzle. It was found last year in a remote area, north west Africa. It's considered one of the most significant lunar meteorites ever found because of its large size, and because it has partial fusion crust which was caused by the tremendous heat, the Sears, the rock has it falls to earth. Boston-based our auction predicted it would get five hundred thousand dollars for the rock, but the winning bid was six hundred twelve thousand five hundred dollars if you're traveling to Canada to indulge in legal marijuana. Remember to leave your stash behind before coming back to the US on Wednesday candidate became the largest country with the legal national marijuana market place. But US cut. Customs and border protections reminding travelers that it's still illegal to bring marijuana into the US at border crossings transgender rights. I'm Ben Thomas with an AP news minute. LGBT leaders are reacting furiously to a report that the Trump administration is considering a new definition of gender that would effectively deny federal recognition and civil rights protections to transgender Americans. The New York Times reports the draft memo from health and human services proposing defining gender as as an immutable biological condition. Determined by a person's sex organs at birth. A caravan of thousands of central Americans is preparing to set out from Tapachula Mexico on the two thousand mile journey to the US border AP correspondent, Mark Stevenson. Is there once in Mexican territory? It is extremely difficult. If not impossible for the Mexican government to arrest detain or forcibly sent back this number of migrants. President Trump is vowing to seal the US border. I'm Ben Thomas. More news right after this. Huge giving a beach close enough. So that space between you and me. The way all dance way into the news anchor, Dan buddy, and how you move and every time you cross my man, girl. Alexa,.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Deborah Rodriguez. If you're born a girl, you die a girl, and that would hold for boys to under what the New York Times says it's a new plan from the Trump administration opponents are planning a rally at the White House and a half an hour from now from a plethora of groups, including Planned Parenthood speaker after speaker blasted the administration's purported plan to redefine gender as being only male or female under the law that bans discrimination on the basis of sex. Jodi, Windsor office with the human rights campaign. If you come for LGBTQ people we're coming for you on election day advocates called on LGBTQ people to vote in the midterms against what they call policies of hate, Alison keys, CBS news, Washington. President Trump is responding to a caravan of at least five thousand Honduran migrants now making their way northward from southern Mexico. CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington on Twitter. The president says he's alive. Alerted the border patrol and military to the migrants. But it's unclear exactly what that means. The president also blamed Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras for not stopping the migrants saying the US off or restrict foreign aid to those countries. The three countries have received a half billion dollars in US funday. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Is traveling with a caravan Tapachula, Mexico know, what they're up against they are twenty five miles into Mexico from the south. They have roughly fifteen hundred miles to go. And they say they will not stop even though they know that the US government is not planning on letting anybody in willa has grown into a potentially catastrophic. Hurricane off the southwest coast of Mexico. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. The winds now up to one hundred and sixty miles an hour. That is a devastating category. Five storm. The storm is just over a hundred miles off the Mexican coast. And when it makes landfall it might actually make landfall. A little bit stronger than it is right now landfall expected late tomorrow between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. A message from Turkey spokesman for president. John says nothing will remain in the dark about the investigation into the murder of Saudi critic Jamal kashogi White House adviser, Jared Kushner, says he's told crown prince Mohammad the world is watching it won't be just.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KCBS All News

"If you're born a girl, you die girl, and that would hold for boys to under what the New York Times says it's a new plan from the Trump administration opponents are planning a rally at the White House and a half an hour from now from a plethora of groups, including Planned Parenthood speaker after speaker blasted the administrations reported plan to redefine gender as being only male or female under the law that bans discrimination on the basis of sex. Jodi, Windsor office with the human rights campaign. If you come for LGBTQ people we're coming for you on election day advocates called on LGBTQ people vote in the midterms against what they call policies of hate, Alison keys, CBS news, Washington. President Trump is responding to a caravan of at least five thousand Honduran migrants now making their way northward from southern Mexico. CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington on Twitter. The president says he's alerted the border patrol and military too. But it's unclear exactly what that means. The president also blamed Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras for not stopping the migrants saying the US will cut off or restrict foreign aid to those countries. The three countries have received a half billion dollars in US funday. Corresponded Adriana Diaz is traveling with the caravan Tapachula, Mexico know, what they're up against they are twenty five miles into Mexico from the south. They have roughly fifteen hundred miles to go. And they say they will not stop even though they know that the US government is not planning on letting anybody in willa has grown into a potentially catastrophic. Hurricane off the southwest coast of Mexico. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. The winds now up to a hundred and sixty miles an hour. That is a devastating category. Five storm. The storm is just over a hundred miles off the Mexican coast. And when it makes landfall it might actually make landfall a little bit stronger than it is right now. Landfall expected late tomorrow between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. A message from Turkey spokesman for president. Irwin says nothing will remain in the dark about the investigation into the murder of Saudi critic Jamal kashogi White House adviser, Jared Kushner, says he's told crown prince Mohammad the world is watching it won't be just.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. If you're born a girl, you die a girl, and that would hold for boys to under what the New York Times says it's a new plan from the Trump administration opponents are planning a rally at the White House and a half an hour from now from a plethora of groups, including Planned Parenthood speaker after speaker blasted the administrations reported plan to redefine gender as being only male or female under the law that banned discrimination on the basis of sex Jody Windsor office with the human rights campaign. If you come for LGBTQ people we're coming for you on election day advocates called on LGBTQ people to vote in the midterms against what they call policies of hate, Alison keys, CBS news, Washington. President Trump is responding to a caravan of at least five thousand Honduran migrants now making their way northward from southern Mexico. CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington on Twitter. The president's. Says he's alerted the border patrol and military to the migrants. But it's unclear exactly what that means. The president also blamed Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras for not stopping the migrants saying the US will cut off or restrict foreign aid to those countries. The three countries have received a half billion dollars in US funday. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Is traveling with the caravan Tapachula, Mexico know, what they're up against they are twenty five miles into Mexico from the south. They have roughly fifteen hundred miles to go. And they say they will not stop even though they know that the US government is not planning on letting anybody in willa has grown into a potentially catastrophic. Hurricane office, south west coast of Mexico. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. The winds now up to a hundred and sixty miles an hour. That is a devastating category. Five storm. The storm is just over a hundred miles off the Mexican coast. And when it makes landfall it might actually make. Landfall a little bit stronger than it is right now landfall expected late tomorrow between mosit- LAN and Puerto Vallarta. A message from Turkey. What are the spokesman for president? Irwin says nothing will remain in the dark about the investigation into the murder of Saudi critic Jamal kashogi White House adviser, Jared Kushner, says he's told crown prince Mohammad the.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KCRW

"Ooh. Mexican officials talked of stopping a caravan of Central American migrants, I'm David green. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Instead the migrants were allowed to pass northward with some hoping to reach the US Democrats are far behind Republicans in the number of governors, but have a shot to capture the governorship in deep red, Kansas. Also this hour how Afghanistan's elections turned down. It's Monday October twenty second this day in nineteen sixty two president John F Kennedy told the nation of Soviet missiles in Cuba news that signaled the start of the Cuban missile crisis. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. A walking caravan of several thousand Central American migrants is making its way through southern Mexico. Reporter Emily green has been traveling with them as they head for the US border. They caravan took off that five AM from the southern Mexican border many of the migrants had been walking over the last week from Honduras, although others were already in Mexico. Their goal was to make it twenty miles north to top Chula by ten AM. It was sweltering hot still the thousands of migrants continued forward. Moms breastfed their babies as they walked dad's push strollers three year olds. Put one foot in front of the other despite utter exhaustion. Leyla Paula was walking with her five year old daughter she and her family had been traveling for three days from Honduras. Not aware that payroll. She says she wants to reach the United States God willing. But if not she will stay in Mexico and work for NPR news. I'm Emily, green and Tapachula Mexico. President Trump tweeted last hour, he's alerted the border patrol and the military that the caravan is a national emergency. And he's demanded that unspecified laws be changed. Early. Voting starts today in some areas of Florida that includes eight counties in states, panhandle from member station. W F S U Lynn Hatter reports. Hundreds of precincts in these counties were damaged or destroyed by hurricane. Michael voters. Start casting ballots as soon as today in the eight counties most affected by the storm. They can also request mail in ballots and rioting or over the phone and those ballots can be sent to addresses other than the ones on file the move is meant to help county election supervisors and voters still grappling with dislocations Spidey communication and infrastructure damage. Lynn had her reporting the president of. Erkki has spoken with President Trump about the death of a Saudi Arabian journalist at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports. The Turkish leader says that tomorrow he will reveal the naked truth about the case president on spoke with Trump by phone and state media say the two leaders agreed that all aspects of journalists Jamal kashogi death must be clarified air to has so far. Not blamed Saudi Arabia, though, investigators have said kashogi was killed in the embassy and his body disposed of but everyone says he'll talk about the subject in detail during a political address Tuesday, the Saudi story of what happened to kashogi has changed multiple times on Sunday, the Saudi foreign minister told the Fox News channel that the killing was a huge in grave mistake. But said it wasn't ordered by crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, Peter Kenyon. NPR news Istanbul NATO says that US Brigadier General Jeffrey smiley was wounded last Thursday in a Taliban attack in KANDAHAR Afghanistan. He was attending a meeting with top Afghan leaders when militants opened fire. They killed the powerful provincial police chief and intelligence officer. It's NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer, Royce, state and local headlines. The Trump administration is reportedly considering ending key legal protections that transgender people gain during the Obama era is KCRW. Jenny Hamill reports the news is causing both outrage and concern in the local LGBTQ community. The department of health and human services plans to define gender as fixed status determined by the genitalia or person is born with that's according to a preliminary policy memo obtained by the New York Times, narrowing the definition of gender this way, would essentially right transgender people out of existence at least for the purposes of federal law, specifically title nine the leaked memo argues that the definition should be quote grounded in science objective and. Administrable Aiden Olsen. Kennedy is the executive director of the Los Angeles gender center. A nonprofit that offers mental health services to transgender and gender. Non conforming people. There's a level of panic. That's running through the community because you know, right now, everything feels like a potential slippery slope Olsen. Kennedy says the community had just started feeling secure in knowing they can get legal documents with the gender they identify as can get access to medical care and that transgender kids can get access to a safe equitable education. And so what.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KPCC

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone the president elect of Mexico Andres Manuel Lopez abroad door says his country, the US and Canada should jointly. Invest in development in the poorest. Jerry's Central America to create incentives for would-be migrants to remain in their countries. Meanwhile, a caravan of several thousand Central American migrants is making its way through southern Mexico their destination today top Agila Mexico their goal the US border. Reporter Emily green has been traveling with them the caravan took off at five AM from the southern Mexican border many of the migrants had been walking over the last week from Honduras, although others were already in Mexico. Their goal was to make it twenty miles north to the Tula by ten AM. It was sweltering hot still the thousands of migrants continued forward. Moms breastfed their babies as they walked. Dad's push strollers three year olds. Put one foot in front of the other despite utter exhaustion Leyla Paolo was walking with her five year old daughter she and her family have been traveling for three days from Honduras that barrel. She says she wants to reach the United States God willing. But if not she will stay in Mexico and work for NPR news. I'm Emily, green and Tapachula Mexico. President Trump says he is not satisfied with Saudi Arabia's explanation of how journalists Jamal Khashoggi died and German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she backs a freeze on arms exports to Saudi Arabia following the killing of the journalist NPR's. Noor was was reports Saudi Arabia's foreign minister tells Fox News that his country is conducting a thorough investigation of the case. Either have been said, none of those involved in Khashoggi's death had close ties to the Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, we individuals who did this outside the school. This was an operation was operation. Japan also noted that the investigation was still in its early stages, and he said that Saudi officials currently don't know the exact cause of his death or where his body is. It is unclear when the Saudi investigation will conclude Turkey's president has promised to reveal a statement on Tuesday newer was was NPR news Washington Francis. The EU still waiting for a workable solution for how the Irish border will be handled after Brexit. We get details from NPR's Eleanor Beardsley in Paris. The EU has proposed a measure known as the Irish backstop a sort of safety net to ensure there is no border in Ireland in the event, the UK leaves the EU without securing an all encompassing deal. The backstop involves checking goods that arrived from mainland Britain to Northern Ireland. The UK says that's unacceptable as it would create a border between two parts of Britain in the Irish Sea NPR's, Eleanor Beardsley in Paris. This is NPR news in Washington. Jordan says it will not renew Israeli leases on two tracks of land along the two countries borders. The leases are part of a nineteen ninety four peace agreement. NPR's? Jane Arraf reports Jordan's King. Abdullah says he now wants full sovereignty. Jordan state news agency, quoted King, Abdullah saying he had decided it was in the best interests of Jordanians to end the lease agreement the two areas L Cora and a lumber are few square miles of the agricultural land used by rarely farmers. The lease agreement expires in less than a week and Jordanian members of parliament as well. As protesters have urged the king not to renew it. Some also called for Jordan to scrap the entire peace treaty. Jordan, though has made clear it is committed to the peace agreement with Israel. Jane, Arraf NPR news, amoun- Jordan rebels have launched violent attacks killing more than a dozen civilians and kidnapping children and Congo this as that nation struggles with an abode. Oh, LA outbreak. The World Health Organization is warning that efforts to stop the spread of A Bola will suffer. If the attacks continue confirmed a bully cases of reach two hundred two in this outbreak, including a hundred and eighteen deaths. A Houston company GHS w was recalled nearly.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KTOK

"Closer. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News thousands of migrants. Resuming their March toward the US Mexico border. They busted to Honduras, they went through Guatemala now. They're trying to tackle Mexico right now. They are north of that river north of the bridge that you saw people on yesterday. So last night. People got frustrated on the bridge. I think Mexico's process about six hundred and forty people and get a visa for potentially asylum here forty five to ninety days they weren't worth it. So last night in rafts across the river, swimming, people came in droves. Fox's William lodge innocent Tapachula Mexico, President Trump threatening to close the border. If the migrants are not stopped the day of reckoning approaches for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, FOX's Goodall Scott has more live, Steve Rosenstein will be interviewed in closed session Wednesday by the chairman and ranking Democrats on both the House Judiciary and oversight committee's Representative. Bob goodlatte. The judiciary chairman said on FOX's Sunday morning futures. This setup means a more secure setting where you have the opportunity to ask any question that needs to be asked and not have concern about it not being in a classified setting and not be concerned about leaks Rosenstein will be asked about plans to secretly record the president to show discord in the White House. Democrats say Republicans are using this to undermine the special counsel special counsels Russia probe Steve Colonel Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, offering condolences to the family of journalist Jamal kashogi. The kingdom saying he was killed during a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in STAN bul Adela beer in an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier. Individuals who did this to outside the school. Obviously, it was a tremendous mistake made. And with compounded mistake was the attempt to try to cover up many lawmakers Scoffing at the Saudis explanation. This is Fox News. What is this is tires? And hey, guys, it's Britain McHenry, and we're excited to.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The growing number of asylum-seekers gathering at the border of Guatemala, and Mexico is lighting lighting up the campaign trail with just two a little more than two weeks ago before the midterms and Tapachula Mexico CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. Says the March for a better life is managing to attract more people the caravan has grown larger over the weekend. When we were there we could see where it ended. It was just a seemingly on the extreme of people just walking slowly, some people shuffling their feet. We saw one we didn't even have proper shoes. Socks in flip flops, and you said we were travelling we just get everything we brought with us our clothes shoes. Just be able to make this journey. In local news Tacoma schools have announced job cuts citing last month's agreement to end the week long teacher strike. The news Tribune reports. Nineteen administrative positions have been eliminated amounting to ten million dollars. Five of those employees will be moved into other vacancies in the district while eight were moved to non administrative positions. District. Officials did not say how many more rounds of cuts were coming during the school year. But stated that these are part of the first phase the district is facing a twenty three point four million dollar budget deficit, and you still have a chance to become a billionaire kind of the mega millions jackpot has now climbed to one point six billion with a B dollars sales have been high recently in lottery officials tell KIRO seven they took in more than six hundred and seventy five million dollars last year director of Washington state lottery. Marcus gloss says the money does go to a good cause absolutely. A portion of every dollar spent on lottery sales are lottery. Tickets comes back to serve the people of Washington in.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"The caravan coming closer. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News thousands of migrants. Resuming their March toward the US Mexico border. They busted through Honduras. They went to a mall, and now they're trying to tackle Mexico right now, they are north of that river north of the bridge that you saw people on yesterday. So last night, people got frustrated on the bridge process about six hundred and forty people get a visa for potentially asylum. Here could take forty five to ninety days. Worth it. So last night in rafts across the river, swimming, people came in droves. Fox's William lodge innocent Tapachula Mexico, President Trump threatening to close the border. If the migrants are not stopped the day of reckoning approaches for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, FOX's Goodall Scott has more live, Steve Rosenstein will be interviewed in closed session Wednesday by the chairman and ranking Democrats on both the House Judiciary and oversight committee's Representative. Bob goodlatte. The judiciary chairman said on FOX's Sunday morning futures. This setup means a more secure setting where you have the opportunity to ask any question that needs to be asked and not have concern about it not being in a classified setting and not be concerned about leaks Rosenstein will be asked about plans to secretly record the president to show discord in the White House. Democrats say Republicans are using this to undermine the special counsel special counsels Russia probe St. Colonel Saudi Arabia's foreign minister offering condolences to the family of journalist Jamal kashogi the. Kingdom saying he was killed during a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Adela Jubeir in an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier. Individuals who did this..

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Steve rappoport. Fox News thousands of migrants. Resuming their March toward the US Mexico border. They busted through Honduras. They went through Guatemala now. They're trying to tackle Mexico right now. They are north of that river north of the bridge at you saw people on yesterday. So last night, people got frustrated on the bridge process about six hundred and forty people get a visa for potentially asylum here, take forty five to ninety days, they weren't worth it. So last night. Rafts across the river. Swimming, people came in droves. Fox's William lodge innocent Tapachula Mexico, President Trump threatening to close the border. If the migrants are not stopped the day of reckoning approaches for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, FOX's Goodall Scott has more live, Steve Rosenstein will be interviewed in closed session Wednesday by the chairman and ranking Democrats on both the House Judiciary and oversight committee's Representative. Bob goodlatte. The judiciary chairman said on FOX's Sunday morning futures. This setup means a more secure setting where you have the opportunity to ask any question that needs to be asked and not have concern about it. Not being in a classified setting and not be concerned about leaks Rosenstein will be asked about plans to secretly record the president to show discord in the White House. Democrats say Republicans are using this to undermine the special counsel special counsels Russia probe St. Colonel Saudi Arabia's foreign minister offering condolences to the family of journalist Jamal kashogi. The kingdom saying he was killed during a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Adela beer in an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier. Individuals who.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News thousands of migrants. Resuming their March toward the US Mexico border. They busted through Honduras. They went through Guatemala now. They're trying to tackle Mexico right now. They are north of that river north of the bridge. It you saw people on yesterday. So last night, people got frustrated on the bridge process about six hundred and forty people and get a visa for potentially asylum. Here could take forty five to ninety days. People got proc- they weren't worth it. So last night in rafts across the river swimming, people came in droves oxes William lodge, innocent Tapachula, Mexico, President Trump threatening to close the border. If the migrants are not stopped the day of reckoning approaches for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, FOX's Goodall Scott has more live, Steve Rosenstein will be interviewed in closed session Wednesday by the chairman and ranking Democrats on both the House Judiciary and oversight committee's Representative. Bob goodlatte. The judiciary chairman said on FOX. Fox's Sunday morning futures. This setup means a more secure setting where you have the opportunity to ask any question that needs to be asked and not have concern about it not being in a classified setting and not be concerned about leaks Rosenstein will be asked about plans to secretly record the president to show discord in the White House. Democrats say Republicans are using this to undermine the special counsel special counsels Russia probe St. Colonel Saudi Arabia's foreign minister offering condolences to the family journalist, Jamal kashogi. The kingdom saying he was killed during a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Adela beer in an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier. Individuals. Outside the school. Obviously was tremendous mistake. Major component the mistake was the attempt to try to cover up many lawmakers Scoffing at the Saudis explanation. This is Fox News. What is this?.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KTOK

"HD two. Oklahoma city. Caravan coming closer. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News thousands of migrants. Resuming their March toward the US Mexico border. They busted through Honduras. They went through Guatemala now. They're trying to tackle Mexico right now. They are north of that river north of the bridge at you saw people on yesterday. So last night, people got frustrated on the bridge. I think Mexico's process about six hundred and forty people and get a visa for potentially asylum. Here could take forty five to ninety days. They weren't worth it. So last night in rafts across the river, swimming, people came in droves. Fox's William lodge innocent Tapachula Mexico, President Trump threatening to close the border. If the migrants are not stopped the day of reckoning approaches for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, FOX's Goodall Scott has more live, Steve Rosenstein will be interviewed in closed session Wednesday by the chairman and ranking Democrats on both the House Judiciary and oversight committee's Representative. Bob, Goodlatte, the judiciary. Chairman said on FOX's Sunday morning futures. This setup means a more secure setting where you have the opportunity to ask any question that needs to be asked and not have concern about it not being in a classified setting and not be concerned about leaks Rosenstein will be asked about plans to secretly record the president to show discord in the White House. Democrats say Republicans are using this to undermine the special counsel special counsels Russia probe St. Colonel Saudi Arabia's foreign minister offering condolences to the family of journalist Jamal kashogi. The kingdom saying he was killed during a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Adela Jubeir in an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier. Individuals who did this to.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Caravan coming closer. I'm Steve rappoport. Fox News thousands of migrants. Resuming their March toward the US Mexico border. They busted through Honduras. They went through out a mile, and now they're trying to tackle Mexico right now, they are north of that river north of the bridge that you saw people on yesterday. So last night, people got frustrated on the bridge. I think Mexico's process about six hundred and forty people get a visa for potentially asylum. Here could take forty five ninety days they weren't worth it. So last night in rafts across the river swimming, people came in droves oxes William lodge, Tapachula Mexico, President Trump threatening to close the border. If the migrants are not stopped the day of reckoning approaches for deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, FOX's Goodall Scott has more live, Steve Rosenstein will be interviewed in closed session Wednesday by the chairman and ranking Democrats on both the House Judiciary and oversight committee's Representative. Bob goodlatte. The judiciary chairman said on. Fox's Sunday morning futures. This setup means a more secure setting where you have the opportunity to ask any question that needs to be asked and not have concern about it. Not being in a classified setting and not be concerned about leaks Rosenstein will be asked about plans to secretly record the president to show discord in the White House. Democrats say Republicans are using this to undermine the special counsel special cows Russia probe St. Grenell. Saudi Arabia's foreign minister offering condolences to the family journalist Jamal kashogi kingdom saying he was killed during a fistfight at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Adela beer in an exclusive interview with FOX's Bret Baier. Individuals.

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"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"tapachula mexico" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Don gonyea reporting the Mexican gum. Is beefing up security that is southern border as the migrant caravan from Honduras approaches the area as James Frederick reports. The Mexican government is also requesting support from the United Nations. Mexico's interior minister is asking the UN refugee agency to help process the hundreds or thousands of asylum requests, Mexico expects to receive from the Central American migrants already operates in the area. But such a large number of requests at once is unprecedented here caravan organizers estimated about four hundred migrants are already in the Guatemala border town tech who man waiting for thousands more to join them in coming days before attempting to enter Mexico. Meanwhile, Mexican police with riot gear are already stationed on the border bridge that the caravan plans to cross for NPR news. I'm James Frederick in Tapachula, Mexico on Wall Street stocks plunged today following disappointing reports on third quarter earnings Mark Zandi chief economist for Moody's analytics. Six says that's just one of several reasons for the latest market volatility. So higher interest rates prospects that the Federal Reserve will continue to push retire. Overvalued stock seeing people are nervous that the stock market has come too far too fast. And of course, there's that trade war that's escalating, China, and that's not good news. So you combine all that together? And investors are nervous shares in technology industrial and consumer companies fell on Wall Street today. The blue chips lost three hundred twenty seven points. The NASDAQ composite index fell one hundred and fifty seven and the s&p five hundred was down forty points on Asian market shares are lower following the latest report on China's economy government, data show, the world's second largest economy expanded six point five percent in the three months ending September compared to the same period a year ago that's down from six point seven percent in the previous quarter and Beijing's weakest quarterly growth since the two thousand eight financial crisis. This is NPR news. Millions of Californians dived under desks and tables as part of the annual great shakeout earthquake drill. Katie weedays. Craig Miller says scientists are edging closer to launching a system that offers several seconds of warning before a quake strikes..

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