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02/04/15 HAGMANN AND HAGMANN RPT/NY MINI

Psalm 122:6

Psalm 122:6

GUEST: STAN DEYO

 

HOW CAN THEY KEEP obama FROM VETOING AMERICA???

In the first repeal vote since the Republicans took control of Congress, the House has voted 239-186 to repeal the Affordable Care Act; President Obama has vowed to veto any bill to repeal the law.

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NY TRAIN COLLIDES WITH CAR

At least 6 people are dead after a commuter train collides with a car in suburban New York, authorities tell The Associated Press.

More on this story: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/02/03/at-least-12-hurt-after-ny-commuter-train-hits-car-report-says/

 

NY MINI

Top News
Copies of President Obama's 2016 budget in Washington. It seeks $534 billion for defense, plus a separate $51 billion for operations in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan.

Obama’s Budget Seeks to Loosen Austerity Reins

By JONATHAN WEISMAN and JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

The $4 trillion budget released Monday is more utopian vision than pragmatic blueprint, but buried in it are kernels of proposals that could take root even with a hostile Republican Congress.

.  Graphic: Obama’s Priorities
. Under Obama Budget, Medicare Proposals Would Hit Patients and Providers
GNC's Herbal Plus brand of garlic does contain garlic DNA.

WELL

What’s in Those Supplements?

By ANAHAD O’CONNOR

New York’s attorney general said that tests on popular store brands of herbal supplements at Walmart, Walgreens, Target and GNC found that roughly four out of five of the products contained none of the herbs listed on the labels.

Pro-Russian rebel fighters at a house where they live near a front-line position in Horlivka, Ukraine. The house had belonged to a regional prosecutor who fled.

HORLIVKA JOURNAL

Ukraine Rebels Upbeat After an Infusion of Aid

By RICK LYMAN

Rebels feel they are within reach of surrounding a contingent of hundreds of Ukrainian troops dug into Debaltseve, a crucial rail hub.

World
Workers at an oil drilling site in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. A steep decline in oil prices is among the main threats to the Russian economy.

BY THE BARREL

Russia Outlines Prescription to Bolster Its Ailing Economy, but Experts Scoff

By NEIL MacFARQUHAR

Some insiders said they expected the Kremlin to react to the economic crisis the way it had in 2008 – with disaster management, but no fundamental changes.

In This Song, a Bleep Fills In for ‘Bombay’

By ELLEN BARRY

When Mihir Joshi chose to sing the word “Bombay,” he stumbled into one of India’s many unresolved tugs of war over history and identity.

The office in Manama, Bahrain, of Al Arab, a television network that halted broadcasting in a clash over free speech.

Channel in Bahrain Goes Silent After Giving Opposition Airtime

By BEN HUBBARD

The truncated debut of the channel, Al Arab, was the latest example of efforts by Arab monarchies to portray themselves as open while suppressing domestic critics.

U.S.
The president is seeking a one-time tax on businesses' foreign earnings to fund improvements to roads, bridges and ports.

Obama Proposes Tax for Upgrade of Infrastructure

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

A $478 billion construction spree would seek to upgrade roads, bridges and ports, using money from new taxes on overseas earnings by American companies.

The Pentagon is seeking funding for more of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighters, built by Lockheed Martin Corp.

Obama’s Defense Budget Aims Higher, and at Overseas Conflicts

By HELENE COOPER

The base defense budget for 2016 exceeds by $35 billion the mandatory across-the-board reductions known as sequestration, and President Obama is asking for an additional $51 billion for operations in Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan.

The National Security Agency's data storage facility in Bluffdale, Utah, was completed last year and sits on nearly 250 acres.

President Tweaks the Rules on Data Collection

By DAVID E. SANGER

Intelligence analysts will be required to delete private information they may incidentally collect about Americans that has no intelligence purpose.

Politics
A measles vaccination in Miami. Parents and prospective Republican candidates have been drawn into debates over the vaccine.

Measles Proves Delicate Issue to G.O.P. Field

By JEREMY W. PETERS and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA

The national debate on measles and immunization is forcing the Republican Party’s 2016 presidential hopefuls to confront questions about whether it is in the public’s interest to allow parents to decide for themselves.

Gov. Chris Christie arrived at a ballroom in Midtown Manhattan on Jan. 31, 2014, to celebrate Howard Stern's birthday.

In Christie’s Career, a Fondness for Luxe Benefits When Others Pay the Bills

By KATE ZERNIKE and MICHAEL BARBARO

While Gov. Chris Christie’s political image is a populist Everyman preaching austerity, he has long indulged luxury tastes, sometimes in ethically questionable situations.

Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, a Republican and Energy Committee chairwoman, said of the women in the Senate:

More Women Than Ever in Congress, but With Less Power Than Before

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG

Female senators have lost high-level committee leadership spots and are facing new challenges to their wielding of power since the Republicans took control.

Business
A pre-k classroom in Brooklyn. When it comes to math and science scores, the United States lags many other advanced nations.

Closing Education Gap Will Lift Economy, a Study Finds

By PATRICIA COHEN

A research group says that by improving educational performance, the United States could increase its gross domestic product over the next 35 years.

Reviewing evidence submitted in cases seeking compensation for accidental deaths and injuries caused by ignition switch failure.

G.M. Victim Program Seems on Track

By HILARY STOUT

No payment offers have been rejected so far in the automaker’s effort to avoid the image-damaging litigation over defective ignition switches.

A crude oil sample taken in Venezuela.

DEALBOOK

Slump in Oil Prices Brings Pressure, and Investment Opportunity

By MICHAEL CORKERY and PETER EAVIS

Scores of debt-laden oil companies face struggles that could lead to layoffs and losses for banks and investors. At the same time, new fortunes stand to be made.

Technology
Tom Wheeler, head of the F.C.C., is expected to call for reclassifying high-speed Internet as a telecommunications service.

In Net Neutrality Push, F.C.C. Is Expected to Propose Regulating Internet Service as a Utility

By STEVE LOHR

Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is expected to propose reclassifying high-speed Internet as a telecommunications service.

BITS BLOG

F.C.C. Chief Wants to Override State Laws Curbing Community Net Services

By STEVE LOHR

Tom Wheeler, the F.C.C. chairman, will seek to invalidate state laws that limit community-owned Internet providers from expanding. The proposal focuses on North Carolina and Tennessee, but could affect many other states.

BITS BLOG

Uber to Open Center for Research on Self-Driving Cars

By MIKE ISAAC

The ride-hailing service is partnering with Carnegie Mellon University, a hotbed for research in robotics and other artificial intelligence.

For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll is being blamed for losing the Super Bowl because his team passed at the one-yard line instead of giving the ball to the star running back Marshawn Lynch in the final minute. The pass was intercepted.

THE UPSHOT

Game Theory Says Pete Carroll’s Call at Goal Line Is Defensible

By JUSTIN WOLFERS

It’s sound strategy to keep your opponents guessing, and the only way to do this is to be unpredictable.

Darrell Bevell said after the game,

Derision Lands in Lap of Seahawks’ Offensive Coordinator

By JOHN BRANCH

In the span of one play, Darrell Bevell became the goat when the ball was intercepted at New England’s 1-yard line, allowing the Patriots to escape with a Super Bowl victory.

The Eagles' Herman Edwards chasing a fumble by Joe Pisarcik (9) in the final seconds of a victory over the 1978 Giants.

How One Bad Giants Call Ended an N.F.L. Career

By JOHN BRANCH

As the team’s offensive coordinator in 1978, Bob Gibson made the decision that led to the so-called Miracle at the Meadowlands. It wasn’t a good one.

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