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The best deal in pittsburgh five twenty katy k radio larry richard john chamois on vacation the president is in brussels and he is supposed to meet with vladimir putin at some point we'll have whatever's happening there on coming up with paul rasmussen in just a few minutes and right after the news christina applegate is going to star in a netflix comedy series called dead to make weather wise were into that point of the season where you're going to start hearing more and more about tropical storms and hurricanes in this case hurricane chris it's over five hundred miles from north carolina's easternmost point and expected to weaken to a post tropical cyclone but still beachgoers along the east coast being warned of heavy surf and life threatening rip currents cbs correspondent jim krasula even though hurricane chris's far out to sea and walt threat the us it is generating rough surf and dangerous rip currents from north carolina's outer banks north to the coast of new england authorities including tom coughlin are urging people to stay out of the choppy water i think people tend to not understand how much of a risk of really is coastal flood advisories are posted along the new jersey coast jim chrysalis cbs news ocean city maryland time for the katie kane name the newsmaker a pair of tickets to the pittsburgh symphony orchestra's performance of the valdis the four seasons hind saul wednesday august i seven o'clock and the question is what state are the brewers from four one two nine two to two ten twenty shaven lo hana law firms studios has the voice of pittsburgh news from katy k a radio now sixty and pittsburgh international had five thirty five paul rasmussen president trump is finishing a second day of meetings with leaders at nato headquarters here in brussels the president has ruffled europe's feathers but he's also got nato leaders to agree with him that they're not spending enough on defense summit declaration calls on nato countries to do more and make further progress but there's no nato country that comes close to mr trump's new demand that member nations spend four percent of their gdp on their military so cbs white house correspondent steven portnoy in brussels the us is on pace to leapfrog both saudi arabia and russia to become the world's biggest oil producer the latest data released by the energy information administration suggests american output will grow again next year to one eleven point eight million barrels day making the united states the world's number one producer governor tom wolfe says he'll appeal of fema decision to deny fan financial aid for flood dam in the pittsburgh area katie k radio's melinda roeder reports severe weather from february to april left south western pennsylvania the real mess to clean up flooding and landslides governor wolf asked the.