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DNC could vote to change order of presidential primaries
"Today, this afternoon, the Democratic Party is just to prove the reordering of its 2024 presidential primary. It replaces Iowa with South Carolina in the leadoff spot until part of a major shake up meant to empower black and other minority voters. The reconfiguring would have South Carolina hold its primary February 3rd, followed three days later by New Hampshire and Nevada, that new plan has been championed by President Biden, who's expected to formally announce his reelection campaign in the coming months.
British sailors hospitalized after drinking water on naval ship
"A Royal Navy worship has returned to port in Britain after several sailors got sick from the vessel's drinking water, the navy says the frigate HMS Portland returned to its base said poor son, England, south coast yesterday is a precautionary measure following an issue with one of the ship's fresh water systems. Coming up on WTO P, pickleball may be fun, but some think it's too noisy. 1143. How a busy baker beat back foot pain.
50-car train derailment in Ohio causes massive fire, evacuations
"Experiencing 30 below windchills this morning, a train derailment in eastern Ohio causing a massive fire and evacuations in the town of east palestin Friday night. The Environmental Protection Agency has been called in to evaluate the air quality among other agencies as mayor Trent conaway. The last count it was 25 to 30 different agencies here. From three states to private agencies with foam apparatus and we just need the area clean. No injuries have been reported some 2000 people were told to leave their homes as a precaution. That's about 50% of that town. You're listening to ABC News.
Fallout from suspected Chinese surveillance balloon continues, possible second balloon sighted
"We have for you at this hour, The Pentagon saying a second Chinese 5 balloon currently moving across Latin America. Pentagon spokesman Patrick Ryder confirmed that following reports of a balloon in Latin America that it was assessed that was another Chinese surveillance balloon. It is unknown where in Latin America, the balloon actually is, but it doesn't appear to be moving toward the U.S.. Nearly 20 million people living in the northeast
USDA proposes limits to added sugars and sodium in school meals
"Home to U.S. agriculture officials yesterday proposing new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugar with a focus on sweetened foods such as cereals, yogurt, flavored milk and breakfast pastries. The plan announced by agriculture secretary Tom vilsack also seeks to significantly decrease sodium in the meal served to the nation's school kids by 2029 while making the rules for foods made with whole grains more flexible. Skeletal remains found in BlackBerry bushes at a dock in Washington in 2020, just identified as a man missing for several years. The daily Olympian reporting that detectives confirming the DNA testing, helping to identify them as 22 year old Jade David figured. The callous county sheriff's office saying figure it was last seen in February of 2017 when his mom dropped him off and Kelso, deputy said in February 2nd at a Facebook post, he then disappeared in 2020 along shoreman reported finding remains and detectives found in nearly complete skeleton in thick BlackBerry bushes at the warehouse dock located there in
Man rescued by Coast Guard wanted for leaving dead fish at "Goonies" house
"Shared on social media right now. A man saved by coast guard rescue swimmer at the mouth of the Columbia river yesterday as a massive wave rolled his 35 foot yacht. He was piloting. Turned out to be wanted for a bizarre incident. Police say he left a dead fish in Astoria at the home featured in the classic 1985 film The Goonies. Police officers have been looking for the man since Wednesday when an acquaintance alerted them to a video he posted on social media of himself leaving the fish at the home and then dancing around the property. Early yesterday, coast guard sharing stunning video of the rescue then of the man and his yacht, in which a newly minted rescue swimmer swam to the yacht that was struggling in heavy surf as a swimmer approached the vessel large wave slammed into the yacht, rolling it completely over and back upright. The man was tossed overboard into the water he was rescued and looks like he's going to be
Renewed calls for police reform following Tyre Nichols’ death
"Shook. Memphis police are firing a 6th officer who was involved in the fatal arrest of Tyree Nichols in a statement the department said Preston hempel violated 5 departmental policies. He was fired Friday afternoon. They went on to say the investigation into Nichols's death is ongoing and other officers are also being investigated for policy violations, action on those officers will be made available in the coming days. The Powerball jackpot keeps on growing, it's now reached $700 million ahead of tonight's drawing. I'm Brad Siegel. Cal
Polar vortex brings sub-zero temperatures to Northeast
"Wave swept across the U.S., bringing freezing temperatures as far south as Texas. Millions of people lost power and hundreds died. Climate connections meteorologist bob Henson says this cold wave was caused by disruptions to the polar vortex. The polar vortex is a loop of winds that encircles the North Pole, this loop of winds can stretch, it can break into two pieces across the course of a winter. So the polar vortex stretch pretty dramatically and that allowed cold air to be funneled from the Arctic down into the United States well into Texas. Some scientists suggest this stretching is happening more often as the climate warms, and data gathered over two decades initially supported that theory. One school of research has found that warming in the Arctic may be causing whether weirding or torquing of the jet stream to pull cold air down more often and perhaps intensify cold and snow. But Henson says over a longer time scales, the connections are a little less solid, so that tends to argue for what we call natural variability. So scientists are still debating the role of climate change in polar vortex disruptions, but Henson says no matter what, people should expect occasional extreme cold waves.
Police arrest man in case of missing Dallas Zoo monkeys
"Man who Dallas police say stole some monkeys from a zoo is facing a bunch of charges. Robbie Owens reports a tip led police to Irvin. He's now in jail, charged with 6 counts of animal cruelty all involving the missing tamarind monkeys. He's also facing burglary charges in that case as well as for another incident here at the zoo. Yeah, they're investigating whether he's connected to the suspicious death of an endangered vulture. This is CBS News.
U.S. job growth surges unexpectedly
"Damages. A stunner of a January jobs report sent Wall Street lower is interest rate worries resurfaced. The government said employers added 517,000 jobs. The unemployment rate fell to a 53 year low. The Dow industrials tumbled 128, the S&P lost 43, the NASDAQ fell one 94. The jobs report wasn't the only economic surprise, a monthly snapshot of the U.S. service sector showed growth in January, beating forecasts, the gain in the institute for supply management services index was the biggest and almost three years. Ford
Jury clears Elon Musk of wrongdoing related to Tesla tweets
"Against Russia. A legal win for Elon Musk after a jury clears him of wrongdoing for 2018 tweets in which he declared he had financing to take Tesla private. The markets fluctuated in Tesla investors took must to court, arguing in a class action lawsuit that it cost them billions of dollars. Musk tweets that he's deeply appreciative for the juries unanimous finding of innocence. U.S. employers added more than expected 517,000 jobs in January, more from CBS Carter Evans. Business is back at the tally brand restaurant in Burbank, California,
Charges against Bengals running back Joe Mixon dropped
"Over to the NFL in case you missed it running back Joe Mixon of the Cincinnati Bengals there was a warrant out for his arrest. He allegedly pointed a gun at a woman's head while just one day later, those charges have officially been dropped, despite the charges being dismissed, the prosecutor's office stated that it could be refiled at a later date. For 77 WABC sports, sound like the dino. Okay, Mike, thanks, mark the van continues up next on 77 WABC. Your forecast and the Ramsey, moms and weather center tonight partly cloudy slight chance of flurries, then mostly clear after midnight windy brutally called Lowe's 9 above wind chills, 9 below 20 to 30 below north and west, Saturday sunny cold, highs in the mid 20s. We got a break on stunning with Sunday
American aid worker killed in Ukraine
"The scientific balloon that went off course, an American humanitarian aid worker has been killed in Ukraine while on a medical mission. Your CBS Linda canyon. 33 year old Pete Reed was working with global outreach doctors in Ukraine when he was killed. A statement from global outreach says Reed had stepped away from his role as board president to work in the field and render aid, the agency also says Pete's death is a stark reminder of the perils that rescue and aid workers face in conflict zones. Reid was a decorated U.S. Marine before he turned to working in humanitarian aid. The government says some 517,000 jobs were added to the economy in January about twice as many as expected. Bank rate dot com's Mark Hamrick. The stronger than expected employment report stands in direct conflict with fears of an imminent recession, which has been weighing on the minds of economists
President Biden celebrates better-than-expected jobs report
"To visit Beijing when conditions allow. Well, President Biden is crediting his economic policies for the creation of 517,000 more jobs last month and unemployment coming down to 3.4%. Bloomberg served Chapman has more in today's better than expected jobs report. The president previewed a major theme of his forthcoming State of the Union speech. Today I'm happy to report at the State of the Union and the state of our economy is strong. The strongest job growth in history, the lowest unemployment rate in 54 years, the more working age folks coming in the labor market looking for jobs last month than having all while. Economy growing at a solid clip. President contrasted that record with the economic distress when he took office, when he said inflation was already soaring, in Washington nerve Chapman Bloomberg radio. U.S. agriculture officials have proposed new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugars. The proposed change would focus on sweetened foods like cereals, yogurt, flavored milk, and breakfast pastries. The plan would also dramatically cut sodium in school meals by 2029. Global news powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in over 120 countries. I'm Nancy Lyons. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest edition of the Bloomberg surveillance podcast on Lagarde in the ECB, holger schmeling of barenberg bank. What we are seeing is that Europe as a whole is not falling into a winter recession, but in what you could call a winter stagnation, Germany, most exposed to Russia is having a contraction in its GDP, but some of the other countries, especially France