Listen: Clemson, Steve Futterman And Bill Rakoff Ginsburg discussed on WBBM Evening News
"Alabama at halftime of their college football championship game CBS's. Steve Futterman is watching the action in Santa Clara, California joins us live and Pam right now a minute left in the third quarter. And underdog Clemson continues to lead number one, Alabama thirty seven to sixteen. The game was close early on Alabama took a sixteen fourteen lead early in the second quarter since then it's been all Clemson twenty one straight points. And unless there's a dramatic change Clemson is going to win the national championship live at the national championship game. Steve Futterman, CBS news. A federal judge is giving the EPA the next ten months to release about twenty thousand emails between twenty-five agency officials, and lobbyists and other outsiders Sierra Club attorney Elena, Saxon house can't wait to read the it's a great win for. Transparency and accountability of government. And yeah, we'll have window on how these employees are in communicating with polluting industries, and whether they're properly carrying out their jobs in the public interest supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is missing oral arguments as she recuperates from cancer surgery. CBS's Bill Rakoff Ginsburg had two earlier cancer surgeries in nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine and she was able to return to work relatively quickly in the two thousand nine incident. She was back in the court for argument's eighteen days after surgery for pancreatic cancer. A spokeswoman says the eighty-five year"