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Wednesday, July 8, 201507/08/2015

7/8/15 Podcast Ryan Burrow

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Police gathered Tuesday outside the Indiana home of Subway pitchman Jared Fogle. The FBI said it was investigating in the area where Jared Fogle lives. Their arrival comes two months after the director of Fogle’s foundation was arrested on federal child porn charges. Russell Taylor was charged with eight child porn counts. Fogle was not implicated. At the time he cut ties with Taylor and said he was shocked by the charges. An FBI spokeswoman morning confirmed that the agency was conducting a criminal investigation in the area, but she would not comment on the nature of the probe.

morning-news-podcast

Wednesday, July 8, 201507/08/2015

7/8/15 Podcast Scott Goldberg

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Have you suffered the sting of being unfriended on Facebook? After you recover from the inevitable heartbreak, you may be curious if there is anyone else on your list who has unfriended you. In an age when the average friend list runs in the hundreds, this can be a daunting task. Now, a third-party app called “Who Deleted Me on Facebook” promises to keep track of your friend list and notify you when a connection deactivates their account or unfriends you. What you do to them after you get that information is up to you.

firsttake

Wednesday, July 8, 201507/08/2015

7/8/15 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take, Podcasts

On today’s First Take, Greece’s economic woes, the SC flag, LePage pocket vetoes, Portland minimum wage then Hillary gives interview on CNN and Subway/Jared part ways…

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, July 7, 201507/07/2015

7/7/15 Podcast Aaron Katersky

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The release of 2005 documents reveals that Bill Cosby testified he got Quaaludes in order to drug women he wanted to have sex with – ultimately admitting he had given them to at least one woman. Testifying under oath that he had given the woman multiple Benadryl pills, the comedian settled the sexual-abuse lawsuit back in 2006. Since then, Cosby had been accused of sexual misconduct by more than 30 women – many claiming that he used sedatives. What does this mean for the 77-year-old? We’ll get the details from the shocking document

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, July 7, 201507/07/2015

7/7/15 Podcast Trey Hardin

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ABC New’s own Political Analyst Trey Hardin joins Ken and Mike this morning as he always does…this week’s main topic is Bernie Sanders speaking in Portland, Hillary and Donald Trump…

morning-news-podcast

Tuesday, July 7, 201507/07/2015

7/7/15 Podcast Jim Ryan

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A proposal to take the Confederate battle flag down from the grounds of the South Carolina State Capitol passed a procedural vote in the State Senate Monday. The body will return for a third and final vote on Tuesday before sending the proposal on to the South Carolina House of Representatives. Last month’s murders of nine people in a black church in Charleston prompted the filing of the bill. Opponents of the plan told their colleagues that the memory of ancestors who fought and died for the Confederacy would be dishonored by taking down the flag and offered amendments intended to keep the banner in place in some form. ABC’s Jim Ryan has the latest from Columbia.

firsttake

Tuesday, July 7, 201507/07/2015

7/7/15 First Take

In Ken & Mike's First Take, Podcasts

Mike back from yesterday, Today’s First Take topics are Greece, Bill Cosby, the SC flag, Bernie Sanders in Portland, Firework safety and Portland minimum wage…

morning-news-podcast

Monday, July 6, 201507/06/2015

7/6/15 Podcast Karen Travers

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Nine days into marathon nuclear talks, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday said the diplomatic efforts “could go either way,” cutting off all potential pathways for an Iranian atomic bomb or ending without an agreement that American officials have sometimes described as the most likely alternative to war. World powers and Iran are hoping to clinch a deal by Tuesday, setting a decade of restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program and granting Iran significant relief from international sanctions. Also offered by Iran to leverage negotiations, their assistance in the battle against ISIS.

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Monday, July 6, 201507/06/2015

7/6/15 Podcast Jim ryan

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The South Carolina State Senate on Monday begins debating the fate of the Confederate flag that flies on the lawn of the State Capitol. In the wake of the murders of nine members of a historic, black church in Charleston last month and the discovery of photographs that featured suspect Dylann Roof holding a Confederate flag, Gov. Nikki Haley told lawmakers that “it’s time for the flag to come down.” Two-thirds of the State Assembly must agree to the move. ABC’s Jim Ryan reports from the South Carolina capital.

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Monday, July 6, 201507/06/2015

7/6/15 Podcast Tom Rivers

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The Greek people have spoken, and they have said “no” to the additional austerity spending measures that those holding that country’s debt have insisted occur if Greece were to continue getting the monetary financing they need to keep running. So now the question is what new measures their European colleagues will take following this rebuff, and whether they will include kicking Greece out of the European Union, and indeed let that country go into the tank.

Local Headlines

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Kennebunk Officer Injured in Crash

GENERIC POLICE CRUISERS

A Maine police officer has been injured in a crash while trying to close a road in Kennebunk.

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Mother Gives Birth in Bath Supermarket Parking Lot

GENERIC BABY IN CAR SEAT

Emergency medical personnel successfully delivered a baby girl in the parking lot of a supermarket in southern Maine.

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Bill to Limit Use of Video Cameras at Polls Wins Support

VIDEOCAM

A bill that would make it harder to use video cameras to intimidate voters is winning bipartisan support from Maine lawmakers.

National Headlines

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U.S. Supreme Court Justice Scalia dead at 79

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Scalia, appointed to the top U.S. court in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan, was known for his strident conservative views and theatrical flair in the courtroom.

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Making headlines this week

A couple is seen through an American flag as they walk to a polling place for the New Hampshire primary, Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016, in Nashua, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

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

2 days ago in Entertainment, National

Roses and roaches: Cold-hearted Valentine’s Day ideas

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With the coldest air in more than a decade forecast to grip the United States this Valentine's Day weekend, the holiday dedicated to love is flashing its frigid side.

2 days ago in National

Consumers flexing their muscles

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U.S. consumer spending regained momentum in January as households ramped up purchases of a variety of goods, in a hopeful sign that economic growth was picking up after slowing to a crawl at the end of 2015.