CBS, Joe Mccain, Jim Krystle discussed on KIRO Nights

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Have already burned to put that in perspective, That's more than 10 times the size of New York City, the state also suffering unrelenting heat 100 degrees in downtown San Francisco on Sunday and in Woodland Hills 121 degrees, the hottest temperature ever recorded in Los Angeles County. Can you trust a covert 19 vaccine that became a campaign issue on Monday he was CBS's Toki Kamala Harris said Sunday that she wouldn't just trust President Trump's word on a vaccine. I will not take his word for it. He wants us to inject bleach at the White House. The president said his opponent's should apologize for raising doubts about a vaccine and it's so dangerous. For a country what they say. But a new CBS News battleground tracker Paul find skepticism about a vaccine is on the rise. Hundreds of students at the University of Kansas on Monday chose not to attend classes as part of the K you Labor Day student strike. This student part of the group. We believe this was irresponsible because within just the first few weeks we've already had 546 positive tests, and we believe that number is definitely going to go up. Officials are investigating another death at Fort Hood, Texas. Here, CBS's Jim Krystle, a 25 year old private Carlton. She died last week, several days after collapsing following a physical training exercise. He was the 28th Fort Hood soldier to die this year. A Pittsburgh man Joe McCain has started a multi day demonstration to speak out about social justice issues. Reporter Chris Hoffman of Katy K. A TV for 10 hours a day for the next eight days, McCain will be at this platform along the Allegheny River can stand on her for like one day for three hours and expect people to take you serious. So you had to sacrifice just like Mother Teresa's sacrifice. Like Martin Luther King sacrifice, McCain says he is standing for unity, love, peace, understanding, healing and positive change. A Saudi court has handed out sentences for the men found guilty in the murder of journalist Jamal Kasogi. Here's CBS's Vicki Barker. The eight defendants who have never been named, got between seven and 20 years for the grisly murder and believed dismemberment of Jamal Kashiwagi..

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