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"Eight hundred eighty. President Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort is in court right now to be sentenced for tax and Bank fraud. The president's former lawyer Michael Cohen is suing the Trump organization for nearly two million dollars in unpaid legal bills. The house postpones abode on a major opposing hate a sheriff's deputy dies after being shot by a suspect at a hotel in Rockford, Illinois, seventy four year old Mets legend, Tom Seaver suffering from dementia, and is retiring from public life, partly cloudy in New York. Thirty one degrees on Thursday, March seventh good afternoon. Thank you for joining us. I'm Steve Scott WCBS news time is four thirty one. CBS news update. It is sentencing day for Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman convicted on tax and Bank fraud charges stemming from the Muller Russia probe he could get more than two decades behind bars. CBS's Paula Reed. He decided to play the long game. He spent the money the emotional expenditure to fight these charges, of course, he lost. He was convicted reaches Manafort, maybe trying to appeal to his old boss. The second case here in Washington. He did eventually agreed to cooperate with the special counsel mostly because he couldn't afford to fight through another lengthy trial. But even in that he didn't fully cooperate the special counsel accuses him of lying. So this appears to be someone who's playing for an audience of one his best chance not spending the rest of his life behind bars is a presidential party manafort's conviction on eight felony counts of hiding foreign income from the IRS and inflating is income on Bank loan applications. CBS news. Update. I'm Jim shanavie. President Trump's former fixer is now suing the Trump organization more on that from CBS news. Correspondent Bill Rakoff? Michael Cohen lawsuit against the president. And the Trump organization was filed this morning in New York state court in Manhattan in the complaint. The former personal lawyer of the president said that the organization failed to cover legal fees and costs that he incurred by working on its behalf. Go and says in the complaint that when it became clear he would cooperate with investigations into his work for the organization the organization refuse to compensate him. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington House, Democrats have postponed a vote on an anti hate measure until later today. This follows comments criticized as antisemitic from Representative Ilhan, Omar of Minnesota more from CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey on Capitol Hill, the resolution doesn't mention Minnesota congressman Ilana, Omar in fact today."