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Was sentencing day for the gang members who killed Lisandro junior who's mon follies outside a Bronx bodega last year W. CBS reporter Steve Byrnes was at Bronx criminal court thank god what they deserve in the eyes of juniors mom Leandra Felice abuse they try and fifteen years for Keith innocent kids one gang member your Nike Martinez a Strela described by the judge as the executioner was given life without the possibility of parole Antonio Rodriguez Hernandez Santiago Jose moon use an elven Garcia were given twenty five years to life while Manuel Rivera was given twenty three years to life as he was only eighteen at the time of the killing thank you my son and they have to pay for what they do all were convicted of first degree murder and several other charges for the five apologized in their statements to the court but police say she doesn't accept those apologies I will have my some bad anymore eight other defendants in juniors killing are still awaiting trial at Bronx criminal courts the burns WCBS newsradio eight eight president trump has announced what he calls phase one of a trade deal with China today the president calls it a very substantial deal but he also notes it's not yet been drafted subject to getting it ready it'll take probably three weeks four weeks or five weeks Mr trump says he hopes to sign it I don't economic summit in Chile next month he says this tentative deal includes protections for American intellectual property and it's just the first phase delay that have two phases of three phases for now a plan terrapin crease to thirty percent on some goods will not go into effect and he says China has agreed to boost its purchasing of US agricultural products Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House and at the White House Steven also following the U. S. threatening to sanction Turkey following its attacks on the American allied Kurds in northern Syria president is concerned about the ongoing military offensive treasury secretary Stephen minu chin says the administration stands ready to impose sanctions on Turkey urging it not to target civilians or allow a single ISIS fighter to escape from prisons that had been guarded by Kurdish forces these are very powerful sanctions we hope we don't have to use them but we can shut down the Turkish economy if we need to do to didn't explain why the sanctions aren't being imposed now he couldn't answer whether the president would still host his Turkish counterpart for a scheduled visit next month WCBS news time seven thirty three the US is responding the missile attacks on oil tankers in Saudi Arabia defense secretary mark esper says Iran is to blame in response to continued threats in the region I've ordered the deployment to the kingdom of Saudi Arabia of two additional fighter squadrons and supporting personnel along with additional patriot and fat air and missile defense batteries taken together with other deployments I've extended authorized the last month this involves about three thousand United States forces since may eleven thousand US troops have been sent to that region a joint house committee heard from former Ukrainian ambassador Marie about a **** today as part of its impeachment investigation CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff with more from Capitol Hill the chairs of the three committees conducting the impeachment inquiry say although that Maria von of age was willing to voluntarily appear before lawmakers they had to issue a subpoena when the state department directed or not to testify in her opening statement your bottom which said that the state department was pressured by the trump administration to remove her as US ambassador to Ukraine those efforts she says were based on unfounded claims by people she described as having questionable motives bill ray **** CBS news Capitol Hill General Motors has made a new offer to the striking United auto workers union more from W. W. J. reporter Jeff Gilbert the ended Troy GM asking the union to bargain around the clock this after the U. A. W. tells GM it will respond to the company's latest proposal after subcommittees have completed their work four weeks of lost production estimated to have cost GM one point one three billion dollars said you a W. strike against GM has lasted for nearly a month a new report places equal blame on both Boeing and the F. A. for problems with the seven thirty seven MAX jets that led to two deadly crashes the joint authorities technical review says the planes anti stall system was not thoroughly evaluated with two little FAA engagement oversight Reuters says it calls the agency's awareness of the system inadequate with two little involvement at Boeing certification process criticizes the FAA for a manpower shortage in says Boeing employees faced undue pressure from quote conflicting priorities and environment that doesn't support FAA requirements Peter king CBS news seven thirty six of WCBS this week on the take out we talk impeachment what is it how does it work with constitutional scholar Kim way like this is really about Congress.

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