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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The south shore twenty four ninety five have a smooth ride to and from Rhode Island Lauren of ninety three and one twenty eight nothing in your way between the pike in Braintree Davidson drawn WBZ's traffic on the threes thank you David is a four day WBZ accu weather forecast now with that band's mostly sunny skies for today's still chilly and still brisk with a high temperature thirty seven degrees not quite as cold for tonight low temperatures ranging from nineteen degrees and some of the colder suburbs to twenty seven degrees along the coast for tomorrow clouds thicken up it'll be much milder day with the high heading up to fifty two degrees we could see a shower in spots for Monday night mainly early and to the south of Boston then for Tuesday turning out mostly cloudy even milder little bit of rain arriving by the evening with a high of fifty nine every Wednesday a shower early in the morning then some breaks for sun by the afternoon still mild though for Wednesday with a high of fifty six thank you at the meteorologist Matt Benz WBZ Boston news radio eighteen degrees this morning in Danvers framing him at nineteen degree is Bridgewater at seventeen and here in Boston sunshine nineteen degrees at seven twenty four this Washington's birthday sales of it last all month long we welcome you to connoisseurs corner on drug rich today with good friend Joe and Ross one of Boston's great wine educators does a super job and doing I thought I'd ask you a little bit about soil and why it's important and we might even touch on the volcanic regions of Italy when we talk about this well one thing that's so special about Italy is as you know they have a lot of volcanoes at nine this Silvius and the winds the grow on these volcanic soils have a particularly wonderful soul T. quality that many many people find attractive enjoy and how bout some regions where this occurs well off the top of my head were looking at the winds that are near mount Vesuvius these are the ones from Compagnia near mount Etna these are the wonderful wines from Sicily and who would know swap Hey it's all grown on volcanic soil and darted through out it'll either wines from volcanic soil regions thank you so much Joanne for more you can go to.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty seven degrees here in Boston bright sunshine and thirty five degrees at eight oh five the governors of Massachusetts Maine and Rhode Island and to pledge to implement new regulations to reduce the use of certain cooling chemicals it's a move to combat climate change WBZ's Madison Rogers with us this morning medicine morning Charlie the industrial chemicals being targeted or called hydro fluorocarbons are HSCs are primarily used in cooling and refrigeration systems the potent greenhouse gases that many environmental activists have sought to limit now governor Charlie Baker Gina Raymondo in Janet mills have all said they planned to file legislation aiming to curb the use of HFC is the Baker administration announced their plot plan this past week which would ban HSCs entirely in Massachusetts saying they impact the climate and many times the rate of carbon dioxide there are now sixteen states nationwide planning to limit or ban the use of these chemicals Madison Rogers WBZ Boston news radio organizers of the pro police back the blue rally largely outnumbered by counter protesters in Boston yesterday the leaders of super happy fun America said the rally was about thanking police for arresting counter protesters at the straight pride parade back in the summer while also supporting the deployment of ice agents in the city Sam Senate right choppy as an organizer and explains the group's reasoning for the event we appreciate immigrants.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WTVN

"The central Ohio on a dealer sports desk medical use radio six ten WTVN I'm Allison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus and central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past in as news breaks mostly cloudy today with some snow and rain arriving late tonight we'll see a little of an afternoon high of thirty eight though snow showers will continue through the overnight with a low of thirty three currently it's twenty seven degrees this report is sponsored by Pella windows and doors if you're forced to bundle up inside because of draft yield windows in your home that it's time for pela right now take forty percent off installation or forty eight months no interest financing eight seven seven ninety palla palla Columbus dot com I'm Mike shedding or low shedding her funeral and cremation service people today are giving a thoughtful gift a funeral pre planning many central Ohio families choose to meet with one of shedding or seven full time advance funeral plans for decades shedding his offer price protection against inflation once you start your first payment you lock in today's prices and never owe more money on our services second shedding offers triple protection on your money with the shedding her plan you now have three guarantees one from the trust one from the state and one from Columbus is the oldest and most trusted family business chatting and equally important your personal wishes will be carried out giving you peace of mind our affordable plans allow you to make payments over time and a pre funded funeral does not count as an asset when qualifying for Medicaid for more information call any shedding or chapel or log on to shedding or dot com Riley six ten WTVN coming up on seven seven our team in place Johnny's handling traffic alleys in the newsroom for stricter medical inhaling today sports headlines producer Tom rocket is always I'm Jill Riley weeks campaigning hot on the heels of the drawn out caucus in Iowa Bernie Sanders.

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Traffic and Weather Update

Brian Noonan

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Traffic and Weather Update

"WGN traffic we got reports of an earlier crash involving a semi on the outbound Eisenhower after will throat apparently that crashed just cleaned up right now the trip out to route three ninety thirty four minutes the about I'd stop and go from western thirty two minutes in from route three ninety and the inbound Ryan ninety for the downtown nineteen minutes now the weather from the WGN Chicago weather center tonight the clouds will hang in with us and we'll have a low around twenty seven degrees tomorrow cloudy with a low around twenty seven we might get a few peeks of sunshine slight chance of snow and freezing drizzle late tomorrow

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is NPR news and this is morning edition on W. NYC at six twenty nine twenty seven degrees in New York City the journal square thirty third street path line has delays and that's due to a broken rail this morning so give yourself a little bit of extra time you won't need an umbrella today nor for the next few days sunny skies today with highs in the upper thirties mostly clear skies tonight with lows in the upper twenties and mostly sunny again tomorrow with highs in the mid forties once again twenty seven degrees and clear in New York City support for W. NYC comes from renovation matchmakers sweeten Sweden matches homeowners with better general contractors and monitors their project until it's completed more at S. W. E. E. T. E. N. dot com democracy requires a free press your station is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM at AM eight twenty NPR news your conversation live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly president trump Senate impeachment trial moves to opening statements today rules for the trial were adopted early this morning along party lines after almost thirteen hours of back and forth it included nearly a dozen democratic amendments being rejected NPR's trial Snyder says at one point Chief Justice John Roberts stepped in to restore order the chief justice's admonishment came during a particularly harsh exchange between the democratic house impeachment managers and president trump's legal team.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty seven degrees right now mostly clear beautiful sunset involved in a five o'clock good afternoon to you and take a gal here's what's happening with just one day away from the third ever Senate impeachment trial presence rom sets off to prove its case with his team of lawyers ABC's Karen Travers has more from the White House is a new legal brief president trump's lawyers say the articles of impeachment passed by the house are quote an affront to the constitution and to our democratic institutions the president's team says the house Democrats impeachment process was a quote brazenly political act that must be rejected by the Senate ahead of the release of the brief sources close to the president's legal team told reporters the articles are quote deficient on their face because they failed to state any violation of law echoing the president's often stated defense that he did nothing wrong Karen Travers ABC news the White House they trumped James one hundred and ten page filing is a small glimpse into the president's defense as a trial gets under way tomorrow afternoon CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn says Mr trump legal team is wielding their arguments as a platform for reelection the president's argument in many ways is it TV rather than a legal argument is designed as much for the twenty twenty election as for his acquittal in the Senate which he believes is a done deal he's not arguing that faxes not arguing against the case that the house is broad but instead of arguing that the whole process is unjust it legal and partisan opening statements will commence a Senate impeachment trial against president from tomorrow afternoon he Mr trump is facing charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress one of the college of Holy Cross rowers is being brought back to Boston today for treatment Hannah Strom was injured in a car crash last week in vero beach Florida her father telling WBZ TV Hannah is being transferred to mass general she's a sophomore at holy cross suffering injuries in a crash that killed her classmate at grace read of Oxbridge and a strong by the way is the daughter of the owner of cool cone in where hand we're donations are currently being collected to help her family pay for her medical bills and travel to Florida where five people are still in the hospital senator ed Markey and mayor Marty Walsh help celebrate the life and legacy of Dr Martin Luther king at Boston University today that's where we find WBZ's Kevin Coleman Boston University provided Dr Martin Luther king with his education as he earned his PhD in systematic theology and it was during that time when he met his wife Coretta Scott king today a large crowd gathers on the B. U. campus to celebrate doctor king and correta Scott king inside the George Sherman union senator ed Markey continues to admire doctor king's message today we celebrate.

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News this morning with Gordon deal thanks for joining us walking into Tuesday mother nature can't seem to decide which season we're in a wintry weather pattern that brought single digit temperatures in more than a foot of snow to parts of the upper Midwest rolled across a wide swath of the nation yesterday with the deep freeze even in Florida a meteorologist with the National Weather Service as weather prediction center said more than three hundred daily records could fall through Thursday Houston's record low for today twenty nine degrees was set one hundred thirteen years ago the forecast today calls for twenty seven degrees Nashville's record of eighteen degrees which was set in nineteen eleven could tumble today as well with the prediction of sixteen degrees Sean Steele was on an American Airlines plane that slid off the runway in Chicago as soon as we landed you start feeling a little off there and then we try to do a little turn and that's when we start going sideways meanwhile a freeze watch was in effect for Pensacola Florida yesterday was a beach day at seventy seven degrees in Crestview north of fort Walton beach but not today we're temps could be twenty six degrees this portion of the program is brought to you by stamps dot com when I talk about stamps dot com I always wonder who in the world still goes to the post office stamps dot com brings the post office right.

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What Happens to Donated Blood?

BrainStuff

06:03 min | 2 years ago

What Happens to Donated Blood?

"Jerry Lewis v. Wave seditious incur Kobe also Amy wine-house, Johnny cash and more disgrace them rock and roll true crime podcast stories about musicians getting away with murder behaving. Very badly is available now posted by me. Jake Brennan, you can listen to disgrace. Then the I heart radio app apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb. Here. This episode talks about blood donation. So if that's the kind of thing that makes you go on and skip it, okay? Every two seconds in the United States someone somewhere needs a blood transfusion. And let's face it. Money of us. Don't consider giving blood until there's a major disaster where donations are needed. But just one donation has the potential to save up to three lives. On average. When you donate blood, you provide about one pint that's about half liter of whole blood, which is called a unit of blood and for reference that's about sixteen ounces or the size of a large coffee. But in the US alone. There's a need for almost thirty six thousand units of blood every day. So it's excellent for those who can donate to do. So, but have you ever wondered what actually happens after your blood is drawn for donation where does it go, and how is the process tracked for safety and security? We'll break it down step one is collection. When you donate blood. It's collected a special bag, and luckily, if you test tubes that were developed with an antiquated prevent the blood from clotting each bag and test tube is assigned the same unique ID number to ensure that the collected blood can be properly tracked in eventually labeled then the blood is placed on ice before it sent to the lab for testing. Next the bags and test. Tubes of blood are packaged in boxes specially made to keep blood at the right temperature until it can reach laboratories for step to processing the test tube. Samples are sent off to the lab for testing to be sure the blood is safe and to determine the blood type in the US, the FDA regulates blood testing collection and blood components through center for biologics evaluation and research while that blood is being tested, a blood processing center, verifies receipt of the whole blood sort of like tracking package from post office through delivery. The bloods, ideas checked in at every step of the way. Next, the units of whole blood or separated into specific components. The separation process, which is called component therapy is accomplished by spinning the blood and a centrifuge the heavy red cells fall to the bottom and the blood is divided into trance fusible components red cells platelets and plasma the plasma might even be processed further. For instance, plasma can be separated into crow precipitate called crow for short, which helps control the risk of bleeding by helping blood clot. The red blood cells plasma and platelets are then heat sealed in bags to ensure they remain sterile and the components are stored while they wait for their test results plasma in cryan contain proteins that are pretty stable. So they can be frozen for up to a year negative twenty seven degrees Fahrenheit, that's negative thirty three celsius. Red cells are more delicate and have to be refrigerated, but can be kept for up to forty two days as long as they're held at forty two degrees Fahrenheit that six degrees celsius platelets must be used within five days and are stored at room temperature in agitators that rock them back and forth until they're transfused into a patient. Through all of this. The blood processing center is still tracking the donation including manufacturing data. What centrifuge was used to separate the blood? And what time the work was performed once they get an okay on the blood tests from the lab, the components are ready to be deployed they print labels with information, including the blood type and expiration dates, which they then affixed to the bags if the blood is deemed unsafe during the testing, it's tagged with discard labeled complete the tracking cycle when a hospital or treatment center places in order for blood or plasma components are shipped off in temperature safe boxes when they arrived, the medical staff, double checks them for safety. And finally, they're ready to be transfused into the patient who needs them the entire donation to shipping process can take up to three days, which doesn't seem like a long time. In till there's a major disaster or blood shortage. The American Red Cross says blood supply usually keep up with demand because only about three percent of people eligible to donate actually do. That's why it's such a boon to donate if you can especially if you're a universal donor with type O-negative blood. This can be transfused into any patient with any blood type the American Red Cross estimates about forty five percent of people in the US have typo blood. But the overwhelming majority of those people are positive, which is lucky for them because it means that donated components are more likely to match their common type. But it also means that just seven percent of people are type O-negative that universal donor. This episode was written by Shelley dancy and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media and housed of works for more on this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, brain stuff listeners today. I wanted to tell you about another podcast how to money, which is not your typical personal finance podcast, the hosts Matin Joel are best friends. Aiming not to lecture you but to make conversations about money. 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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty seven degrees beautiful sunshine, clear sky in Boston at six thirty going up to thirty eight today in the city to forty two near the coast get Saturday morning. Thank you for being here. I'm teeny gal. Here's what's happening. Community is in mourning after they grieve the death of a young mom a funeral for Jessie Korea is at ten o'clock this morning at Saint Peter's parish in Dorchester. She was kidnapped after leaving the venue nightclub here in Boston After celebrating her twenty third birthday nearly two weeks ago. Her body was found in a suitcase in the trunk of a car driven by her suspected abductor in Delaware days, later, her cousin spoke at jesse's wake last night. And just been grieving as global governor Charlie Baker in Boston. Police Commissioner Willie grass were among those who attended awake last night. Meanwhile, mayor Marty Walsh and a Commissioner they plan to have a meeting next week with club and bar owners here in the city of Boston about how to increase safety and security. Jesse Korea was the second woman to be kidnapped after a night out in Boston this year, the suspect thirty two year old Louis d Coleman. The third now faces a federal charge could carry the death penalty. Police are investigating a possible road rage. Incident. The woman called nine one one after she witnessed two cars pulled over yesterday. And a driver got out of an SUV and fired at another vehicle. WBZ? TV's Beth Germano has more details. Nine one one call came in around noontime just as this resident who doesn't want to be identified was pulling out of her driveway on York street we heard about five gunshots. And as I was pulling out the guy was trying to get away in my car. Ended up blocking him police say that driver had just fired at another driver in an apparent road rage incident. And this resident had no idea what she had stumbled upon that by the time he passed by us who's already in the car. So I didn't even know that there was gunshots. I was thinking maybe I hit something police don't know if anyone was injured, but they checked with area hospitals. The outbreak of violence was unsettling in this residential neighborhood anyone with more information is asked to call police immediately. A woman who allegedly tried to hit a hateful police officer with her vehicle.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"WTMJ twenty seven degrees at Radio City. The very nice day out there today for for February day in winter in Wisconsin. So enjoy the respite from the nasty weather, which seems to have taken us. Passes for the last thirty days, or so I go through social media and often during the the brakes on the show, and I was reading something from freaking guessing the program, actually, Brian Fraley it sums up. I think what I was talking about earlier with some of the coverage of the mother investigation, the jussie smollet story even a little bit about the ISIS bride story. And as I wrap on this conversation. This is what Brian fairly said on Twitter. None of the FOX's or as CNN's are MSNBC's or FOX biz primetime contains news programming. It's televised choir practice interspersed with homecoming pep rally. America's worst for filtered information, no tolerance of different opinions and never really any substantive debates that sums it up pretty well Brian's, a very smart guy, Republican strategists as I said, the president of edge messaging. That's where we're at. And again, I'm not a guy that beats up the media. They have a tough job. I'm much more. Excited about what local media does that. They do some great reporting. What's turned into this nightly freak show on on some of the networks that Brian mentioned. Is I think contributing to some of what's happening in this country. It spawns the jussie smollet it spawns people to have no idea what they're talking about. When it comes to politics. And it manufacturers rage when frankly, we don't need it. I wanted to read that tax that tweet rather because I think Brian nails with their this is the reality of the country we live in now. So many folks get their news from those networks at night. So many folks watch comedy shows that used to be about comedy in our about politics, and that's what they based their decision making. I'm somebody that's in my life, both political and professional have known, Democrats and Republicans. And what I've learned is for the most parts there sensible reasonable rational people. But when you watch one of these networks or you go on social media. You wouldn't have that impression? And it's getting too much play. That's why I want to continue to hammer this point. This is dangerous stuff. The media's not the enemy the people. But what they what they can do in the format of what they call news. His dangerous. And frankly, it's been excused by people who should know better. And as I go forward as we digest the mullahs report. And as we talk about. The president. Election of two thousand twenty which is going to be the theme of my Steve ruled the world today a special Thursday edition because there's there's some things about this early ramp up to the twenty twenty race at a driving me nuts. We need to start thinking about these things be smarter..

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"WTMJ twenty seven degrees at Radio City the. Actually, very nice day out there today for for February day in wintering, Wisconsin. So enjoy the respite from the nasty weather, which seems to have taken us hostage for the last thirty days, or so I go through social media and often during the the brakes on the show, and I was reading something from these frequent guests the program, actually, Brian Fraley it sums up. I think what I was talking about earlier with some of the coverage of the mother investigation, the jussie smollet story even a little bit about the ISIS bride story. And as I put a wrap on this conversation. This is what Brian frailey said on Twitter. None of the FOX's as CNN's or MSNBC's or FOX business primetime contains news programming. It's televised choir practice interspersed with homecoming pep rally. America's worst for filtered information, no tolerance of different opinions and never really any substantive debates that sums it up pretty well Brian's, a very smart guy Republican strategist as I said, the president of edge messaging. That's where we're at. And I I'm not a guy that beats up the media. They have a tough job. I'm much more. Excited about what local media does the they do some great reporting. What's turned into this nightly freak show on some of the networks that Brian mentioned. Is I think contributing to some of what's happening this country. It spawns the jussie smollet it spawns people to have no idea what they're talking about. When it comes to politics. And it manufacturers rage when frankly, we don't need it. So I wanted to read that tax are that sweet rather because I think Brian nails at their this is the reality of the country we live in now. So many folks get their news from those networks at night. So many folks watch comedy shows that used to be about comedy in our about politics. And that's what they based their decision making. I'm somebody that's in my life, both political and professional have known, Democrats and Republicans. And what I've learned is for the most parts, they're sensible reasonable rational people. But when you watch one of these networks. Or you go on social media. You wouldn't have that impression? And it's getting too much play. That's why I want to continue the hammer this point. This is dangerous stuff. The media's not the enemy the people. But what they what they can do in the format of what they call news is dangerous. And frankly, it's been excused by people should know better. And as I go forward as we digest the mullahs report. And as we talk about. The president. Election of two thousand twenty which is going to be the theme of my Steed rule the world today a special Thursday dishes because there's there's some things about this early ramp up to the twenty twenty races driving me nuts. We need to start thinking about these things be smarter. Be better consumers. Not just your own healthcare. But other your of your political consumption be smarter than that. Maybe every Democrats not your enemy if you're Republican and vice versa on the other side. Maybe somebody has a good idea. At some point. There is a breaking points here. Sly said I would love to see in the in the wrap up of the Muller investigation. The report to the attorney general and that some report whatever Torney general bar releases to congress one paragraph that says. A note about what what's happened with the media coverage of this event. And why most of this is not helpful to the process and can be destructive to the country that we're we are all a part of. So it's not going to happen. But I would love to see special counsel, Robert Muller, the attorney general United States make such statements, and maybe you will. All be pleasantly size. If and when we see that report the four ten is next right here. WTMJ good.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's twenty seven degrees. Mostly cloudy in Boston at one o'clock Garowe who Gopi and here's what's happening. Buster where a three alarm house. Fire kills one person and injures another as WBZ's pill. Marcus reports crews are trying to figure out what sparked the fire on solid street ache. Was bitter cold a fire hydrant froze. And the building that rescue crews for trying to navigate in at three in the morning asides being consumed by flames was also jam packed with debris, then Worcester deputy chief Martin Dyer says it got worse while the companies were responding. They were updated that there were two residents trapped on the second floor one got out on the first floor roof or he was rescued by cops. The other died in the blaze dire says in addition to the dead, man. Another person was also injured. First floor restaurant was transported to you. University campus with non-life threatening injuries Bill Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio a fire that gutted a church in Roxbury, also said a firefighter to the hospital with a leg injury the flames hit holy Mount Zion church on herald street before done as temperatures hit single digits and smoke was so thick crews had a tough time getting around the fire started in the basement and went to the roof. This woman lives across the street from the fire walk him into noise. But I didn't hear the Sunday the sirens only engine and investigators are trying to pinpoint a cause Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam is holding a news conference at two thirty this afternoon, and we'll see whether he intends to resign or dig in his heels demonstrators in Richmond Virginia have been demanding. He step down after north nineteen Eighty-four yearbook page surfaced with a photo of a man in black face and another in a K K K costume. History of Jim crow is. After I apologizing north of now apparently told some state Democrats that he doesn't think he's in one of the pictures one of the men in that picture, rather, regardless politicos, Daniel Lipman doubts Northam can't survive this controversy. It seems unsurvivable and that there's so much pressure on him from the whole party to resign that he might fight it for a couple of days. But I don't see him staying in office. Virginia. Democrats are calling on north.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Clear twenty seven degrees. Traffic and weather together coming up, there's a new state board of elections in place. Governor Cooper appointed that board yesterday. The new chairman says they'll most likely decide on the certification of the ninth district. Congressional elections later this month, a Lumberton woman is missing and her family now asking for help twenty year old Hannah Hayes was last seen leaving for Wilmington on a job haunt about a week ago. Her family last heard from her Sunday when they say she called them crying asking for help. Anyone with information is asked to call police people in the midwest and northeast are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. The polar vortex will exit soon and cities blanketed by subzero temperatures will soon experience at dramatic warm-up time is running out for lawmakers to find an agreement on border security. Fox's Mike Emanuel has more from Capitol Hill. President Trump continues a very public. Campaign for congress to authorize money for his proposed border wall. In fact, the president has attacked Republicans in frustration who are on a congressional committee. Trying to negotiate a deal suggesting they are wasting their time and funding for the government runs out again, February fifteenth a treaty between the US and Russia may be on the verge of collapse. Fox's Simon Owen has details. Russia sang regrets the United states' position on this accusing the Trump administration of being unwilling to listen on a go see eight in December secretary of state, Mike Pompeo said Russia had until February second that's tomorrow to dismantle stocks of a new missile. It's developed sang it reaches the terms of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. It was sixteen years ago today, a space shuttle disaster, Houston, check mission control lost control with Colombia over Texas..

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To blizzard conditions next thing you Bill. Zero WBZ has you covered primed planned and prepared WBZ. Newsradio is. And now, so you keep your preset right here. WBZ newsradio. Always live always local. This is Boston's NewsRadio WBZ ten thirty radio station. It is twenty seven degrees sunny skies in Boston at eleven thirty. Good morning. I'm davis. And here's what's happening. Mid west has been struggling with bitter cold for the past few days. And now that cold coming our way after tonight's commute. This frigid weather will move right here into New England. But thankfully, Bill Simpson of the weather service in Norton says we won't feel it as badly as they are west of here because one way to look at won't be quite as bad as what's happening. Upper midwest, however, similar as a couple of weekends ago. You're going to be below zero with the wind gust of wind chill's twenty five thirty degrees below zero for for for the overnight. This again lost to probably Friday morning, and then we start warming up. So there's a two day kind of a a cold chill earlier this morning. Parts of Minnesota getting down to sixty to seventy below wind chills. Standing temps close to minus thirty by the way. It's so cold out in Chicago today that the postal service has to go back on a promise it made long ago to keep its care. You're safe. You might remember the phrase, neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps the mail from getting to you. But today the service says the cold is so bad across parts of ten states that they're suspending home delivery at least for today the states, including Minnesota, Michigan, the Dakotas, Illinois, Wisconsin among others. Now, this of course, it's not the first time carriers will not be delivering to certain areas due to bad weather, but it is likely the first time it's the case on such a large scale city of Chicago for perspective. Colder today than some parts of Alaska Antarctica and the North Pole. We'll check our forecast coming up in about one minute and traffic. And weather together. It's.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Right now. Twenty seven degrees below zero at their offices outside the twin cities the wind sh that's the actual temperature. The wind chill is fifty three below. I mean, it is brutally cold throughout much of the heartland. And of course, the funny part is nothing really funny about brutal cold like that. I worry about you know, people's pipes freeze, and I worry about exposure people getting frostbite, I worry about pets, though, did have a very funny tweet. He said the other day in the beautiful midwest wind chill temperatures are reaching minus sixty degrees. The coldest ever recorded in coming days expected to get even colder people can't last outside even for minutes. What the hell is going on with global warming. President Trump asked please come back fast. We need you global warming. Where are you, of course to the left and people who are disciples of the climate change church. If it's too hot, it's climate change. If it's too cold climate change saw great piece the other day about this polar vortex written by Keith Metheny over the Detroit Free. Press. He quoted climate scientists to say weather does not equal climate climate scientists constantly stressed that David Easterling climate scientists with the National Oceanic and atmospheric administration's center for environmental from an environmental information in Asheville North Carolina said whether is day to day week to week and climate is the long term average of all the weather that occurs over a long period of time. Climate change is a global phenomenon. While weather is a local experience Easterling said. And of course, I understand the debate. And I I I don't want to dismiss this. We should be good stewards of the planet. Nobody nobody really disputes that the concern with climate change. Of course, is that human activities like fossil fuel burning are putting so-called greenhouse gases into the atmosphere to the extent that he the typically escapes is held into place causing temperatures to rise globally over the long term. Fact is there's emerging evidence that climate change may make those fr- these frigid dips of Arctic air that we're seeing right now even more possible. So, you know. These scientists are arguing that the polar vortex doesn't disprove global warming. Despite the fact that it is bitterly cold around much of the country. And frankly,.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Right now. Twenty seven degrees below zero at their offices outside the twin cities the wind sh that's the actual temperature. The wind chill is fifty three below. I mean, it is brutally cold throughout much of the heartland. That. Of course, the funny part is nothing really funny about brutal cold like that. I worry about you know, people's pipes freeze, and I worry about exposure people getting frostbite, I worry about pets. The president though did have a very funny tweet. He said the other day in the beautiful midwest wind chill temperatures are reaching minus sixty degrees. The coldest ever recorded in coming days expected to get even colder people can't last outside even for minutes. What the hell is going on with global warming. President Trump asked please come back fast. We need you global warming. Where are you, of course to the left and the people who are disciples of the climate change church. If it's too hot school climate change. If it's too cold climate change saw great piece she other day about this polar vortex written by Keith Metheny over the Detroit Free. Press. He quoted climate scientists to say weather does not equal climate climate scientists constantly stressed that David Easterling a climate scientist with the National Oceanic and atmospheric administration's center for environmental from an environmental information in Asheville, North Carolina said weather is day to day week to week and climate is the long term average of all the weather that occurs over a long period of time. Climate change is a global phenomenon. While weather is a local experience Easterling said. And of course, I understand the debate. And I I I don't want to dismiss this. We should be good stewards of the planet. Nobody nobody really disputes that the concern with climate change. Of course, is that human activities like fossil fuel burning are putting so-called greenhouse gases into the atmosphere to the extent that he the typically escapes is held into place causing temperatures to rise globally over the long term. Fact is there's emerging evidence that climate change may make those these frigid dips of Arctic air that we're seeing right now even more possible. So, you know. These scientists are arguing that the polar vortex doesn't disprove global warming. Despite the fact that it is bitterly cold around much of the country. And frankly,.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Hey, hi, Victoria, take it away. All right. Well, the weather is in everyone's focus for most of the country. At least a major snowstorm that hit. The midwest yesterday is giving way now to record breaking cold for the rest of the week pretty much on the east side of the country. The deep south also had a snowstorm and some much lower temperatures than normal. So the national weather center in Des Moines, Iowa warned that this is the coldest air that many people have ever have experienced in an entire generation. That's like some crazy words when you think about it that an entire generation has not dealt with cold this bad. They say avoid talking outside and avoid taking deep breaths because the weather because the cold air is that can do so much damage to your lungs. They said schools in Iowa will probably be closed because buses may not start. And that's very very cold and Wednesday is going to be the coldest day ever recorded in. Chicago with a forecast high of fourteen below zero that's going to be the high now with the wind chill. Of course. The windy city is famous for that it's going to break the all time coldest temperature record, which was twenty seven degrees below zero. They say it's actually going to be colder than that are famous Brookefield zoo is going to be closed on Wednesday. That's only the fourth time in eighty five years that they've had to close the zoo because it was too cold for the animals and the wind chills will be as low as fifty five below in some areas in the northern plains. They'll actually see wind chills of sixty four degrees below zero so bundle up and stay indoors is pretty.

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Judge bars citizenship question from 2020 census

All Things Considered

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Judge bars citizenship question from 2020 census

"This is NPR. And you're listening to WNYC in New York at five oh four. I'm Jamie Floyd legalizing, recreational marijuana, passing congestion pricing and rapidly increasing renewable energy usage. These are just some of the items on New York governor Andrew Cuomo to do list for this legislative session at the state of the union address this afternoon governor Cuomo conceded, the laundry list may seem ambitious. It's a lot no doubt about it. But there's been a lot that has been bottled up for many many years that we couldn't get done. And in many ways, I feel the state is now liberated with the Senate Democratic caucus. And of course, it's the state of the state the governor called on lawmakers to continue passing progressive legislation in the coming weeks among his top budget priorities. Cuomo said our public transportation and infrastructure, healthcare and cutting taxes for the middle class. For years, the NYPD's response to questions about its use of surveillance technology has been to neither confirm nor deny whether records bowed. It exists. It's called the glow more response. But now in New York state court judge has ruled in a case over whether NYPD spied on the cell phones of people attending black lives matter protests that the police can no longer keep that claim of confidentiality. It's a win for civil libertarians. And state supreme court Justice, Arlene, blue shot down, the NYPD argument that responding to complaints would compromise counterterrorism or criminal efforts because the police in question, we're not the people in question rather were not breaking the law at the time New York Times reporter, Ali Watson covered the case. Judge's ruling right now, depending on whether or not the NYPD appeals actually puts a very firm boot the neck of his response. They can't really use it in the future. The NYPD does have thirty days to appeal. The ruling. A statement a spokeswoman said that it uses the global response exceedingly sparingly and only after careful consideration of the interests involved tonight, mostly clear, a low around twenty seven degrees. Currently, it's thirty four degrees. The time is five oh six support for NPR comes from C three providing a software platform that enables organizations to deploy artificial intelligence in IOT solutions at industrial scale. Learn more at C three dot AI. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Ari Shapiro in a Senate hearing room today attorney general nominee William bar has been walking a fine line bar is pledging to protect the Justice department. But he also says the president has sweeping constitutional authority NPR national Justice correspondent Carrie Johnson has been following these confirmation hearings and joins us now to talk about them. Hi, hey, okay. He has been nominated to lead the Justice department at a time when the president is attacking it. So how did bar address that tension today? Well, Bill Maher said he has a very high opinion of deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, he says he has no reason to doubt that the Russians attempted to interfere in our elections. And he says he doesn't believe that special counsel. Robert Muller would be conducting a witch hunt in fact, Barr says he would quit rather than fire Muller. If there were no good cause to get rid of him. And as one of Muller's friends for thirty years Barr says it's unimaginable that. Muller would do anything to prompt? A firing Senate Democrats went into this hearing wanting bar firmly committed to protecting the Russia investigation. Did they get that commitment? Not affirm one Ari Dianne Feinstein, the top democrat on the committee was pressing Bill bar a lot about what people will learn in the end about the Russia probe. Will you commit to making any report Muller produces at the conclusion of his investigation available to congress and to the public as as I said, my statement, I am going to make as much information available as I can consistent with the rules and regulations now Bill bar talked about wanting transparency, but he also said that he s the attorney general make the ultimate call about what becomes public and later on Senator amazing. Geraldo, Hawaii said just asking us to trust. You is not enough. She said this president will do anything to protect himself, and Mr. bar was kind of tough in his response. He said, I'm not going to surrender the responsibility of the attorney general. To get this title. We know that bar has had some contact with lawyers involved in the investigation. Did we learn anything new today about his interactions with the White House? We did bar told lawmakers he actually met with President Trump awhile ago, and the president seemed to want bar to join his legal defence team bar politely declined. He said he didn't want to stick his head in a meat grinder bar. Also said he discussed some legal theories with attorneys for the president the vice president and with Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, but bar said he didn't recall learning anything of substance. Anything confidential about the pro from the beginning of this investigation. The issue of recusals has been a very big deal. What had bar say about recusals today? He said he thinks Jeff Sessions. The former attorney general probably did the right thing to recuse himself in Democrats pressed bar to step aside to given this context with lawyers involved in this investigation and a memo he wrote criticizing the investigation, but here again, far would not commit. He says he will ask career. Ethics officials at Justice to evaluate the question, but he won't necessarily do what they advise. He also said the president is not above the law. The president can't for example, offer pardons to people who promise now to incriminate him taking a step back. There is one question about Bill bar that people on both sides of the aisle have which is why would he come back to lead the Justice department after twenty seven years to be attorney general again in excellent question bar, basically says because he loves the Justice department as an institution he says, he's sixty eight years old, and he has nothing to lose. If you take this job, you have to be ready to make decisions and spend all your political capital and have no future because you have to have that freedom of action, and I feel I'm gonna position in life where I can do the right thing and not really care about the consequences and Ari so far nothing has emerged to block Boris path confirmation. NPR national. Justice. Correspondent Carrie Johnson. Thank you. My pleasure for analysis of the hearing and of what Bill bar may do if he's confirmed. Let's bring in Jennifer dascomb. She's an associate professor of law at American University. She used to work at the Justice department. Professor Daska welcome. Thank you. So to the central question today, which is whether bar will protect the Muller investigation based on what you heard from his testimony. Are you persuaded that he will? So he he answered that pretty clearly he said that he he likely I mean, he had he would protect mother and the absence. Something extraordinary that mother would be allowed to continue. I think the key question and the one that several senators pushed on the a question of what is going to be made public, and what's going to be made available congress. We heard Bill bars say repeatedly that he was committed to transparency, but transparency considered students consistent with the law transparency consistent with rules and regulations and bar. Has a very broad view of executive privilege and a very broad view of executive power including power over criminal investigation. So when he says he needs to be consistent with rules and regulations on the question of whether whatever final report Muller producers should be made public. That's what he would be referring to executive privilege that the president might say, no, exactly executive privilege abroad claims our national security, our range of different reasons. Why transparency would be limited according to his his views and the president's articulation of of what's necessary to keep private secret. He also as we just heard there from Carrie Johnson did not seem to suggest that he's likely to recuse himself from overseeing the Mueller investigation. Did that surprise you in any way? It comprises me only because it seems like a clear case where recusals would be appropriate, but he has been consistent on along in suggesting that he would not recuse himself. And I wasn't surprised that he didn't change his mind today. But giving his engagement given the nemo that was that he chose to write and to send to the president about concerned about obstruction of Justice charges targeting the president and given what he acknowledged today about conversations, it seems like this would be a clear case for recusal has been consistent about that. Well, that prompts my next question, and it's one that he was asked today by senators in in one way or the other a number of times, which is would he protect the independence of the Justice department against executive overreach. Do you think when push comes to shove Bill would tell the president? No, no, sir. You can't do that. So again, I think it depends on what's being asked. And he did get today that there were certain red lines that he went cross, but that being said he has an expressed repeatedly previously very broad views of executive power and executive privilege, and there are certainly in a whole range of areas in which the president could assert executive privilege in my assumption is and based on bars previous, writings and statements. That bar would agree. Did you learn anything about Bill today that you didn't already know? Some of the contacts that he's had were interesting to hear about you know, he is as as expected he was incredibly articulate and and respectful. I think that the key is is reading the testimony in light of what he started written in the past. Did you hear anything today that might derail this confirmation that poses a serious threat to his chances of being confirmed? I'm just given given the politics and given the makeup of the Senate unlikely at this point is there a question to you to you would have asked him that the senators did not. Again, I think that really pushing him on this question of transparency what happens when the president asserts a claim of national security what happens when the president says, you know, we just want a very brief cursory summary of this report sent up to congress. What do you do? Then you would have liked to have heard an iron clad, whatever Muller wants to be made public. I'll back. Exactly, that's Jennifer Gasco. She she choose constitutional and national security law at American University Jennifer desk, thanks so much for taking the time. Thank you.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Currently twenty seven degrees it sunny here in New England feels more like twenty degrees or so it's chilly frigid. But none of the snow. None of the rain. Update here on Mike Williams. You did get up on Jones power walked off. He's on the sideline with his helmet on and trying to work through whatever issues. He had appeared to be looking at his left leg. The left knee turned bit. I down throw from Philip rivers line of scrimmage now. Forty six L A territory with six twenty I toss it to echo alert running left a lot of work to pick up three yards, Stefan. Gilmore was all over it as tried to get to the outside. Good news. Mike Williams is already coming back into the game. And that's that's big. He is at such a great year the regular season. He had ten touchdowns. He was a red zone weapon. And he is a big tall receiver. He's one of those guys. It's not really covered. Even if he has covered because he can go up at high point the ball pretty well. First charger wide receiver with double digit touchdown since Tony Martin, Pat fourteen and nineteen Ninety-six so Williams back out during lines up to the right Keenan Allen motion to the left second and seven handoff, Gordon left. He's got a hold poured into the fifty Gordon forty adding false forward. Just enough for the first down had to get across the forty five. Good blocks from Virgil green. And Dan Feeney the offensive line for LA. Oh, Coon Fini, Tallahassee Scofield and teddy. They'll mix and match tied. And the fact that hunter Henry is back. Great signed for Los Angeles activated off the physically unable to perform. Tourney C L back in may. Eight pickup four Gordon. Shutdowns to work with four Los Angeles. Five tend to go on the first trail New England seventy. Melvin Gordon the backfield. Shotgun formation for rivers fixed. The handoff deep. Dry. Rivers. Looks up rivers feel wide open. Delivery is gone. Forty three yards quiets the crowd. He beat Stefan. Gilmore. I'm not sure he physically beat up, but mentally. There was a breakdown in the secondary. I wanna see that. Again. I am because it's either a double move freezes guilt, or it's a confusion on the outside. He's lined up outside working against came in. And he's just dropped him back into his own. And he sits on the route for some reason, it looks like they're cover three and he sits down that's medal air by the all pole corner. Michael badgley on for the extra point. And right down the middle for badgley. We are tied at seven a piece big strike from Philip rivers to a wide. Open Keenan Allen six seventy seven yards sixty seven yards for the score. And the chargers get the equaliser four fifty six to play in the first. You're listening to the NFL playoffs on Westwood One. When weather hits the.

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"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on Creators Collective

Creators Collective

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"twenty seven degrees" Discussed on Creators Collective

"And then we'll auction is just just to show you. The anyone listening in the live chats James said twenty five degrees. I said twenty seven degrees. Make Brooklyn chats thirty degrees. It just shows. You know, how everybody is just slightly different preference. When I'm setting a primary Bebel on a chisel. I've got a setup. Gauge, and I put it twenty five and then of fit it halfway between twenty five and thirty. And that's my now. At all angles. I have some at thirty five some thirty some at twenty five some ten degrees. So do you guys actually do you just run with the just the primary Beverly put a secondary on there? I just primary I see. Do you just sharpen the the actually just like sharpen the flat side to reshape the edge if you need to? So you don't tell them. In the back. Yeah. Right. Do you like the little ruler trick where he put like a not not not on a chisel? And I made the mistake of doing that once in a video and. Probably when you're punching down. It would probably make wanna like wander away. The fact is referenced surface then because there's a tiny bevelled always writing up. Okay. So you just saw any need sharpen them you actually, just remove matab? Never touched the back again in less ding, scratch it or put somebody may never touch the the bevelled side back the flat side. So when you sharpen at you, actually cut. The Bevill deeper seems Zach what I do. Formation talked. He's going to have a completely different system. So is if I'm setting chisel, I flattened back. I. Then once I had the back flat that I flip it over. And I make sure that at primary Bebel is established and flat, and is you know, going from two edged. And then once I have that down. Then just tilt my chisel up. I don't know two degrees. Three degrees. And I make passes that old micro secondary level type thing. Exactly just until I start getting a Burr on the bat on the flat backside. That's how I know that my too so. Twenty seven degrees because your primary bells probably like twenty five. Okay. And then then went to have that Burr. I'll flip it back over maybe do like four laps on the on the flat backside off. Yeah. I. I do the the strop with the back and never touch the back again on stones to work the birth. Okay. What all just, you know, all just get it razor-sharp at twenty five degree. Yeah. If someone and some sharpening, maybe hopefully. Did you did you see that like and then? Sharpy method. Like, you know, I I may be pull out my my honing guide, you know, once every two months there s itself free hand like I keep chisels fairly sharp all the times if I'm if I'm experiencing any problems. It's usually time to recharge rule of thumb like if you're getting treated with probably means is not sharp enough. So that I took it back to the stone by hit freehand real quick until sharp again hit on a stop and then get back to work. So that angle over the next two months will probably change from twenty five twenty six to..

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Ohio House votes to block local bans, fees on plastic bags

Woody and Company

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Ohio House votes to block local bans, fees on plastic bags

"Follow suit the government is set to run out of money on December seventh and the president is demanding five billion dollars for a border wall be included in any funding. Bill radio six ten WTVN. Sports basketball block is in action tonight against Syracuse in the big ten ACC challenge which heads into the. Final night tied at four wins. Each. In addition to the game a special moment plan in the shot for a former coach Phil on that in twenty minutes. Football buckeyes continue preparations for the big ten title game against northwestern. OSU six in the playoff poll MBA caps in Oklahoma City from the central Ohio Honda dealers sports desk, Matt McCoy. Downtown to be aware of one of them six seventy eastbound ramp to seventy one north the other six seventy west at. Allison wyatt. Stay connected to Columbus on the hour at the half. And as news breaks, increasing clouds tonight. We'll see lows of twenty five there will be a chance of flurries. Tomorrow morning, turning to a mix of rain and snow in the afternoon. Temperatures hovering around thirty seven currently it is twenty seven degree. I can't believe that fell. Again. What does early onset dementia means there's no way mom can handle this on her own homecare option. He's not coming home. Let nursing home should we choose ten thousand dollars a month? Medicare will pay won't they what about Medicaid is mom gonna lose the house. Will we lose stats IRA? Should I transfer his theft of the kids veterans benefits these benefit applications are so confusing Arthur attorneys that

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Aurora Kindergarten Teacher Charged With Sex Assault

Nick Digilio

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Aurora Kindergarten Teacher Charged With Sex Assault

"In twenty seven degrees this morning at o'hare prosecutors in aurora have charged a kindergarten teacher was sexual assault bardwell elementary suspended one evan donald two weeks ago us marshals arrested in monday michaela carstens child is enrolled bardwell from my kids don't want them to do anything like crazy like i wanna cry not kids to suffer through that i haven't done those facing several charges including predatory criminal sexual assault involving at least two victims under the age of thirteen a search mark condit's home in suburban in austin texas suggests that he was considering building and deploying more bombs of the type that killed two people and wounded at least five more abc's jim ryan tells us what was found federal agents who first entered the home that mark conduct shared with two roommates discovered not more bombs but components to produce more bombs it was enough to prompt evacuation of people living and working within a five block area last night.

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Andrew McCabe has been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller

The Warren Pierce Show

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Andrew McCabe has been interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller

"The recently fired former fbi deputy director andrew mccabe was a note taker just like dismissed fbi chief james comey and now correspondent laura jarrett says those mellows have made their way to the special counsel team that's investigating russian election meddling and the trump campaign a person familiar with the matter tells us that mccabe documented his own personal interactions with trump as well as what komi related to mccabe about his past conversations with the president president trump's attorney john dowd call for the end of the special counsel investigation and trump later followed up with his own tweet writing the robert mueller probe should never have been started in that there was no collusion and there was no crime russia's central election commission says its website was the target of an unsuccessful hacking attempt during sunday's presidential election vladimir putin is vying for his fourth the term is president the last of the victims have been recovered from the deadly pedestrian bridge collapsed near florida international university and the thirties believe the toll will remain at six senator marco rubio says the ntsb's investigation will focus on bridge construction going to go through all of the plans all the decisions that were made all the changes that were made all of the materials their job is not to issue a report saying so and so's fault they will issue a report a fact they line this is what went wrong and this is why it went wrong the single ticket baden pennsylvania won the big jackpot filled with powerball golden last night's drawing our bill michaels has those numbers the winning numbers twenty to fifty seven fifty nine sixty and sixty six the powerball was seven and those winning powerball ticket numbers worth nearly four hundred and fifty seven million dollars i'm barbara kusak seven hundred sixty wjr news are meadowland rem wjr news time six oh two currently it's twenty seven degrees crews battle the fire a detroit apartment building the apartment is in the eleven hundred block of woodward avenue near the border of highland park the fire started on the third floor the.

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