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Wednesday, November 18, 201511/18/2015

11/18/15 Podcast Bazi Kenani

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Both House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have pushed for the White House to hold off any plans to take in any additional Syrian refugees at this point, stressing that it is better to be safe than sorry in making sure proper vetting procedures are in place and being implemented to make sure no terrorists are part of the lot. Most of the GOP presidential candidates have echoed similar sentiments, as have a couple dozen Republican governors, and there is a hint even some Democratic lawmakers are considering it. The White House for now is holding firm, but Republican lawmakers have indicated they will legislatively try to stop the program if President Obama refuses to.

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Wednesday, November 18, 201511/18/2015

11/18/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

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French police are hunting for a second fugitive directly involved in the deadly Paris attacks officials said Tuesday after France made an unprecedented demand that its European Union allies support its military action against the Islamic State group. The disclosure of a second possible fugitive came as France launched new airstrikes on the militants’ stronghold in Syria and as Vladimir Putin ordered a Russian military cruiser to work with France on fighting ISIS in Syria and as French and Belgian police were already looking for key suspect Salah Abdeslam, 26, whose suicide-bomber brother Brahim died in the attacks Friday night. The Paris attacks have galvanized international determination to confront the militants.

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Wednesday, November 18, 201511/18/2015

11/18/15 Chad Finn

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From the Boston Globe, Chad Finn joins Ken and Mike to discuss Boston’s David Ortiz and his upcoming retirement.

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Wednesday, November 18, 201511/18/2015

11/18/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

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French police are hunting for a second fugitive directly involved in the deadly Paris attacks officials said Tuesday after France made an unprecedented demand that its European Union allies support its military action against the Islamic State group. The disclosure of a second possible fugitive came as France launched new airstrikes on the militants’ stronghold in Syria and as Vladimir Putin ordered a Russian military cruiser to work with France on fighting ISIS in Syria and as French and Belgian police were already looking for key suspect Salah Abdeslam, 26, whose suicide-bomber brother Brahim died in the attacks Friday night. The Paris attacks have galvanized international determination to confront the militants.

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Wednesday, November 18, 201511/18/2015

11/18/15 First Take

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Today’s topics for this Wednesday morning…More on Paris, Syrian refugees,  Waterville – Don Reiter, Nova Star says Nova Scotia owes them money, Jindal out of Presidential race, Ortiz to retire after next season?

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Tuesday, November 17, 201511/17/2015

11/17/15 Podcast Col. David Hunt

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Col. Hunt Joins Ken and Mike for 2 hours this morning. Here is our post 8AM segment with the three guys…

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Tuesday, November 17, 201511/17/2015

11/17/15 Podcast Congressman Poliquin and Col. Hunt

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Congressman Bruce Poliquin joins the Ken and Mike show this morning along with Col. David Hunt to discuss combating ISIS…

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Tuesday, November 17, 201511/17/2015

11/17/15 Podcast Trey Hardin

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Every Tuesday after the 7AM news, ABC news Political Analyst Trey Hardin joins Ken and Mike – and Col. David Hunt this morning…

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Tuesday, November 17, 201511/17/2015

11/17/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

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French President Hollande used the strongest terms to respond to the terrorist attacks launched on his country by ISIS. The investigation into the attacks continues, and 2 of those 7 held in Belgium have been arrested, the other 5 released, and the manhunt for the 8th continues. As forensic crime technicians comb over evidence left behind by the attackers, authorities hope even more elements of the terror network will be revealed. Meanwhile, signs of recovery, as the lights of the Eiffel Tower are back on, and tourist attractions are re-opening.

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Tuesday, November 17, 201511/17/2015

11/17/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

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French President Hollande used the strongest terms to respond to the terrorist attacks launched on his country by ISIS. The investigation into the attacks continues, and 2 of those 7 held in Belgium have been arrested, the other 5 released, and the manhunt for the 8th continues. As forensic crime technicians comb over evidence left behind by the attackers, authorities hope even more elements of the terror network will be revealed. Meanwhile, signs of recovery, as the lights of the Eiffel Tower are back on, and tourist attractions are re-opening.

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Waldoboro Man Charged with Kidnapping and Assault

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A Waldoboro Man who was charged with kidnapping and assault could be released on bail.

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Joe Baldacci Drops Out of Race for Maine’s 2nd District

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Democrat Joe Baldacci is dropping out of the Democratic primary race for Maine's 2nd Congressional District.

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Police are Looking for Man Who Fled After High-Speed Chase

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Police are looking for a man who fled on foot after his car crashed in Manchester after a high-speed police chase.

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Making headlines this week

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A look back at some of the biggest stories this week and the headlines you may have missed.

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U.S. doctors upgrade Zika precautions; virus found in saliva, urine

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Brazilian scientists announced on Friday they had found Zika in the saliva and urine of two patients, as U.S. health officials advised more stringent measures for monitoring pregnant women for Zika and preventing sexual transmission of the virus.

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Nearly 13 million have signed up for Obamacare

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About 12.7 million Americans signed up for health insurance coverage through the government insurance exchanges, surpassing its expectations.

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Democrats block U.S. energy bill in fight over Flint aid

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Senate Democrats teamed up with some of their Republican counterparts on Thursday and blocked a wide-ranging U.S. energy bill in a fight over aid to Flint, Michigan, to help rectify its drinking water crisis.