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Johnny Depp, Amber Heard come face-to-face in U.K. court for explosive showdown
"In London, Johnny Depp walked into a second day of testimony and straight into an onslaught of questioning from the Sun tabloids. Lawyers who confronted him with incidents in which he's alleged to have slapped, kicked or punched his now ex wife, Amber heard, all of which he denied heard was watching from a visitor's gallery. She's expected to testify against depth and for the sun, which she claims was correct when it Burnt to death as a wife beater. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London CBS News has obtained a copy of married
Pubs and hairdressers reopen as England's lockdown eases
"And hair salons. Among the business is re opening in England today as Covad restrictions there. Start Tio ese. CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London. Some hair salons opened it midnight The minute the lock down rules eased, but English pubs were asked to hold off till six AM today talk about royal privilege. That's Prince William getting to break his thirst in his local pub Yesterday, Pub customers still have to stay three feet apart, but Different rules in different regions. Grandparent's in Scotland, hugging their grandchildren for the first time since March, is locked down restrictions their ease further. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS, London Fourth
Scientists Say New Strain of Swine Flu Virus Is Spreading to Humans in China
"Of flu that could become The next pandemic. How's this for timing? The scientists say. About 10% of swine industry workers they tested in China have already been exposed to the virus, which they say is descended from the 2009 strain of swine flu, which calls the first global flu pandemic in 40 years. And there are signs of the virus is becoming Mohr infectious. The scientists say there's no immediate threat but that the virus and its human hosts need to be closely monitored. To keep it that way. Figure BARKER CBS NEWS
Study warns new flu virus in pigs could morph to cause a pandemic
"Say. About 10% of swine industry workers they tested in China have already been exposed to the virus, which they say is descended from the 2009 strain of swine flu, which calls the first global flu pandemic in 40 years. And there are signs of the virus is becoming Mohr infectious. The scientists say there's no immediate threat but that the virus and its human hosts need to be closely monitored. To keep it that way. Figure Barker, CBS News London husband and wife
"barker cbs" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Vicki Barker CBS this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news in traffic station KPNX in seventy newsradio good morning I'm Bob archer top local stories is six oh five a local woman as an explosive reaction after refusing to put on a mask while grocery shopping della county health officials worried young people aren't taking the virus more seriously the first traffic and weather together every ten minutes of the visors and green what it's an overturned vehicle injury crash in Pomona fifty seven southbound at the temple Avenue on ramp there appears to be major damage and C. H. P. is on the scene are you can expect at least one lane to be taken away possibly to and when we know which ones they are we will tell you right here one oh one north found out the one ten downtown at the four level interchange somebody's conked out blocking the right most lane as you're headed downtown just cleared T. needs found past Archibald in Ontario that S. U. V. is out of your way and it's sailing across the ten through Ontario a better choice than the sixty also working right now start Kerr in the transition road ten east bound to the four oh five north tow truck on the scene that'll be all clear in just a few moments road work continuing on the westbound sixty at rose made three right lanes taken away expected to clog things up all the way back over the six oh five probably all the way to crossroads parkway into is pure water infused.
Largest Neolithic Circle Ever Discovered In Britain
"Archaeologists make a new discovery at the ancient circle of stone and the team used remote sensing and soil sampling to detect at least twenty massive holes each about thirty feet wide and fifteen feet deep the former roughly one mile perimeter around Stonehenge itself and they're roughly the same age about forty five hundred years old their purpose isn't known but the scientists say the technical know how and social organization necessary to dig those shafts show just how complex neolithic society could be Vicki Barker CBS news London
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"Businesses I Vicki Barker CBS news six oh five at the bay area's news station KCBS we're going to start the day with some clouds and fog in the mostly sunny this afternoon the more detailed forecast coming up in just a few minutes good morning I'm Jennifer Hodges here's what's happening several statues were vandalized in San Francisco's Golden Gate park last night police responded to the area of hog O. R. a T. E. garden drive and Martin Luther king junior drive around eight fifteen to find several people vandalizing the statues KPIX five reports the statues the father he never Serra Francis Scott key's impressive in Ulysses S. grant were toppled over and the bases defaced with graffiti during the incident members of the group threw objects at the officers no arrests were made and no injuries reported officers have been patrolling that area throughout the night a white man unleashed a profane tirade at a black family in an upscale Berkeley neighborhood over some black lives matter posters the confrontation Friday caught on video KCBS reporter Doug sovereign who lives down the block from the woman spoke with her about what neighbors called the terrifying and traumatizing incident Henrietta who does not want us to use our last name was putting up posters to promote chalk for justice a black lives matter sidewalk chalking events she's organized in the Clermont neighborhood where she lives she is mixed race and identifies as black her husband is black she is visibly pregnant matter two toddlers with her an older white man started ripping down our posters and when she asked him why he lit into her with a rant she videoed on her cell phone black lives live better going around preaching butcher I would appreciate it watch your language in front of my children he went on seeming to claim that Barack Obama's election means there's no more racism denying that police kill black men and saying she's an idiot to want to defund the police you're going to be anti be praying for the please come back what are your we appreciate it other neighbors came out to confront the man who continue to ramp and then left the neighborhood Henrietta told KCBS she was shaken by the incident especially being pregnant now with my kids and I'm a petite person in general you know I definitely felt felt very vulnerable having a you know angry white person yelling at me ripping my signs down and things like that yet somehow she kept her cool my main focus was really just my kids and and making sure that one I was keeping my kids safe and so I definitely didn't want to further escalate the situation to put more posters up is now more determined than ever to keep chalking BLM messages on the sidewalks and says that this could happen in this neighborhood shows how much work the country still has to do in Berkeley Doug sovereign KCBS neighborhoods across the bay area are changing in the new national report confirms that gentrification is particularly intense here we get the details from KCBS is Melissa Colorado this study from the national community reinvestment coalition finds that San Francisco and Oakland had the highest rates of gentrification among metropolitan areas across the country over four years ending in two thousand seventeen San Jose was in the top ten in earlier periods we picked up a lot of gentrification and San Francisco itself in the more recent period were saying these outlying areas of the bay area and that our objective trying out to Bruce Mitchell is a senior analyst with the Washington DC based nonprofit and he says that while gentrification can bring economic opportunities and revitalization to neighborhoods it also can displace residents so he says we really need to look at policies that would maybe give tax breaks to people who are homeowners who are remaining in the areas that their taxes don't don't climb inordinately and pressure them out of the neighborhood the researchers used home value and median income data to determine the rates of gentrification Melissa call Ross KCBS just ahead on KCBS unmaking Goldsby bart investigating why two trains.
New poll shows woeful international confidence in Trump
"A major international poll delivering a major thumbs down to America scolded response into its standing in the world CBS is Vicky Barker has that story leads Chinese security forces smashing up Hong Kong pro democracy protests and imprisoning the protesters you'd think an upcoming international conference on the future of democracy which China's attending would be a slam dunk for the U. S. but the fifty three nation German poll finds citizens in fifty nations believe China's done a better job in the U. S. and handling the covert crisis and in Europe where the conference is being held a majority in all fifteen countries polled believe America under Donald Trump has had a negative impact on global democracy they keep Barker CBS
Prosecutors formally request to talk with Prince Andrew in Epstein investigation
"News as a trans Atlantic dispute this morning between prosecutors in the U. S. and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch for him to step up and say here's the date here is John here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with that state Vicki Barker CBS news
Prosecutors formally request to talk with Prince Andrew in Epstein investigation
"Annexed prosecutors here in the U. S. may be getting closer to some answers getting them out of Britain's prince Andrew CBS news has learned the justice department has formally asked British authorities to interview prince Andrew in connection with the Jeffrey Epstein investigation although the queen's second son has insisted he'd be happy to discuss his friendship with the late convicted pedophile file with what he's called the appropriate authorities he's never actually followed through on that this formal request may force his royal hand Vicki Barker CBS
EasyJet admits nine million customers hacked
"British budget airline easyjet has been hacked we get the details from CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker in London easyjet says the email and travel details of around nine million customers were accessed as well as the credit card details of more than two thousand of them so far it does not appear any of the information has been misused but the airlines contacting all customers who may have been affected easyjet is not saying just when the hack was discovered or how long it was going on Vicki Barker CBS
Brazil nears 15,000 coronavirus deaths
"Brazil's populist president continues to oppose lockdowns that is called the virus just a little flu whose spread is inevitable Brazil is becoming one of the world's coldest hot spots with some fifteen thousand deaths the key Barker CBS news London
Possible link between COVID-19 and rare illness in children
"Urgent health alert in Britain after a mystery spike in a rare severe syndrome in children there the children are coming into emergency rooms with a range of life threatening symptoms similar to toxic shock syndrome medical officials say some though not all have tested positive for covert nineteen given the because the new presentation of this as a time with a new disease the possibility that the wrestling is certainly plausible if there is a link it would be the deadly exception to the rule that children are generally less vulnerable to cope with nineteen than adults Vicki Barker CBS news
Possible link between COVID-19 and rare illness in children
"And urgent health alert in Britain after a mysterious by in a rare severe syndrome in children there the children are coming into emergency rooms with a range of life threatening symptoms similar to toxic shock syndrome medical officials say some though not all have tested positive for covert nineteen given the because the new presentation of this as a time with a new disease the possibility that the wrestling is certainly plausible if there is a link it would be the deadly exception to the rule that children are generally less vulnerable to cope with nineteen than adults the key Barker CBS news
UK warns of risk for children to deadly syndrome possibly linked to coronavirus
"Urgent health alert in Britain after a mysterious spike in a rare severe syndrome in children there CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London the children are coming into emergency rooms with a range of life threatening symptoms similar to toxic shock syndrome medical officials say some though not all have tested positive for culvert nineteen given the because the new presentation of this as a time with a new disease the possibility that there is a link is certainly possible if there is a link it would be the deadly exception to the rule that children are generally less vulnerable to cope at nineteen than adults Vicki Barker CBS news
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More than 500,000 confirmed coronavirus cases in Europe
"The U. S. has more than two hundred sixteen thousand coronavirus cases overseas more than half a million cases across Europe now Italy and Spain are still the worst affected but though coronavirus deaths are still rising in both countries it appears the increase in new cases is slowing the economic fallout though is not nearly nine hundred thousand Spanish workers have lost their jobs since the lockdown orders took effect and here in the UK nearly a million people applied for welfare in the past two weeks ten times the normal level Vicki Barker CBS news
Restrictions Are Slowing Coronavirus Infections, New Data Suggest
"New information suggests tough restrictions on people's movements are working CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker has more now from the foreign desk in London data from China and Europe and preliminary data from the US to just stay at home and social distancing orders can reduce coronavirus cases and deaths faster than many mathematical models predict New York is on the main Stanford university's Michael Levitt accurately predicted when China's pandemic would peak has turned the corner Switzerland has turned the corner we hope that Spain is also joins select type of people who opposed in the courts but epidemiologists are warning that all that progress could be reversed overnight if restrictions are lifted too soon the Barker CBS news
Family of man convicted of Lockerbie bombing can appeal
"The family of a Libyan man convicted of bombing a plane over the Scottish town of Lockerbie is being allowed to appeal his conviction after his death Abdelbaset al Megrahi always insisted he was not involved in the nineteen eighty eight bombing of Pan Am flight one oh three and some of the families of the two hundred and seventy people killed came to believe him this decision to allow an appeal will bring comfort to Megrahi surviving family have been fighting to clear his name but it's likely to reopen the wounds of those relatives who believe the FBI and Scottish police had the right man all along Vicki Barker CBS news
Reality TV Host Wanted For Sexual Abuse Of Minors Is Dead After Reported Suicide
"It is reality TV show love island is back on the air today this after a two day break following the suicide of its former host three please all gather around a five Caroline Flack killed herself two months after her arrest on a charge of assaulting her boyfriend which cost her her job posting ITV's sexually explicit love island her agents are blaming overzealous prosecutors but a former chief prosecutor here says don't blame them they are doing what we are asking to do he says a hundred and twenty Britain's die from domestic violence each year not to prosecute flak would have been a disservice to all victims Vicki Barker CBS news
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"A honeymoon Vicki Barker CBS news you know it's got WWL sport things started out rough in this movie king center for the pelicans but they ended up hopefully Portland one thirty eight to one seventeen as I on Williams and scored a new career high of thirty one points coach Alvin gentry's already gotten to the point where the rookies fantastic feats don't even faze him just be on the line or you know we see it all the time so we see it every day and I just think he's you know he's not even scratch the surface at all so I became the third player with seven twenty point games in his first ten career contest over the last thirty seasons joining grant hill Shaquille o'neal the LSU baseball season will start in two more days let's check you a Christian Garrick for the latest this tells you baseball update is brought to you by Louisiana farm bureau insurance real service real people the Tigers start their baseball season this Friday night at home against Indiana hello she was loaded with quality arms on the pitching staff the voice of the Tigers Chris Blair's gushing about the power arms on the LSU pitching staff were really get arms I mean high level are clear that reminds you of kind of the way toward a bit on their double championship run LSU opens the season against Indiana this Friday night at the box first pitch is set for seven PM right here on W. did well today at four on sports talk with Bobby a bearing Christian Garrick if drew Brees retires would you give the same starting quarterback job to teddy Bridgewater Portes some hill then at seven go inside LSU basketball on the wheel weight show I'm Steve Geller.
U.K. Declares Coronavirus ‘Imminent Threat’ as Europe Scrambles
"In the UK police have been given unprecedented permission to force people into quarantine because of the coronavirus those measures enacted after one of the ninety three people quarantine at a British hospital threatened to abscond health officials warn the virus is now a serious and imminent threat here after two medical practices were forced to close when two doctors tested positive there among eleven people now known to have been infected by a single so called super spreader who caught the virus at a conference in Singapore and apparently passed it on before showing symptoms Vicki Barker CBS news
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"In Leominster sends a school and a lock down a husband accused of murdering his wife is clinging to life after an attempted suicide in Connecticut rolling out changes that the MBTA station and the president's attorneys finish their opening statements at the Senate impeachment defense team argued the impeachment articles are baseless attorney Jay Sekulow these articles must be rejected the constitution requires it justice demands it White House counsel Patsy baloney what they're asking you to do is to throw out a successful president on the eve of an election with no basis questioning will begin tomorrow Steve Dorsey C. B. S. news Washington Palestinian reaction to president trump's Middle East peace plan is swift and unambiguous I'm Robert burger in Jerusalem a spokesman for the Palestinian authority's spot off party said the US peace plan will be thrown into the trash can of history he said neither president trop nor anyone else can put an end to the Palestinian call this the plan would create a Palestinian state in parts of the west bank but it would also allow Israel to annex nearly all of its settlements in the occupied territory and the US military has reached the side of a crash involving one of its surveillance planes in Afghanistan now to the Pentagon and CVS is Cammy McCormick a defense official says the remains of two American service members were recovered from the site they were aboard an Air Force electronic surveillance plane that crashed in Ghazni province an area controlled by the Taliban Afghan security forces were unable to reach the site because of Taliban fighters but this official said the American recovery team met no Taliban resistance good news for Democrat Joe Biden and a new all Iowa poll course the caucuses this Monday ABC easy the pilgrim says there could be trouble for president trump in these results nationally our new ABC news Washington post poll shows Biden is still leading the pack favored by thirty four percent of likely primary voters the poll also puts president trump against potential opponents finding bite in leading trump fifty to forty six percent Sanders also leading the president forty nine to forty seven percent clover char and Warren pulling roughly even with the president and with just days to go the kids of the Hawkeye state are weighing in on who they would like to see square off in November the one day I will use strong all taken by thousands of students at hundreds of schools across the highway is by no means official the I was secretary of state hopes it gets kids engaged in the political process some of the candidates for president and Congress even provided a short video with personal messages the results of today's straw poll will be made public back in the fall a similar poll showed kids preferred senator Bernie Sanders for the Democrats and president Donald Trump for the Republicans Ribeiro ABC news British legislators in the European Parliament are packing up clearing out their offices in Brussels the U. K. leaves the E. U. Friday night pro brexit supporters say it's a time to pop the champagne but opponents say there's nothing about brexit to feel good about Buckingham Palace imprints Anders lawyers are tight lipped after US investigators say they have not been able to talk with him about Jeffrey Epstein in the BBC interview that effectively ended his days as a working royal prince Andrew was asked if he'd cooperate with US law enforcement agencies investigating his former friend the late convicted peta final Jeffrey Epstein if push came to shove and the league's legal advice was to do so then I would be duty bound to do so well push did come to shove and it appears the legal advice Andrew got was not to do so Vicki Barker CBS news London.
"barker cbs" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Issue here Vicki Barker CBS news London Wall Street the Dow is up forty six points time around eight past the hour seven oh eight at the bay area's news station KCBS shake it off the rain it'll be drive through the weekend good morning I'm stand by I'm Susan Lee Taylor to say had on KCBS it's happened again another early morning fatal wrong way crash in the bay area will take you to see first for traffic the big story from came in your local Honda dealers traffic center we're looking at the bay bridge but better news here now stand we've had a long standing still all it was just outside of the year but when I went to handle it has just been cleared but that's why the traffic is so slow in as metering lights have been turned on their cycling very slowly to to try to get all this heavy traffic off the span were backed up to the foot of the macarthur maze and it's still quite solid out to where the stall was it was just recently cleared so we've got a ways to go here and we're also looking at the chill not about a collision camp for the San Matteo bridge we had a long standing accident on the high rise that's gone the heaviest bit now is from his Sperry and out to the toll plaza then slowly as you get on the stand the speed start to improve making your way toward the mid span area and the high rise where we had the accident meantime let's go to the South Bay and take a look at some of the slow spots with a fax KCBS incipio really not too bad this Friday morning north van to eighty three slow through the seventeen interchange of words Saratoga northbound one a one pockets of slowing go start around capitol expressway to stand Tomasz expressway looking at highway for the heavy traffic here is as you approach Bailey no big surprise it's going to be slow to the you get to well pass that's where things open up heading over to Concord your next update is at seven eighteen on the traffic okay it's cold at the start this morning not as cold as we have seen in recent days and still thirties to forties it'll hit the mid fifties probably that'll.
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"Members stews. Vicki Barker, CBS news. Nor Orleans Saints quarterback. Drew Brees was back in San Diego courtroom today as his civil suit against a Hoya jeweler continues. Breeze claims he'd Muratti defrauded him when he sold them diamonds for more than they were worth news. As Steve fear Rena has the story drew as you remember was originally drafted by the chargers, and made a lot of relationships here in town, while one of those with a will Hoy jeweler, he says that jeweler defrauded him by about nine million dollars in overpriced jewellery, the breezes, he and his wife or in suing for nine million dollars and saying, basically, they wanted to buy as an investment, and then resell three to five years later, this will continue this afternoon, and he may or may not be back immediately across examination. They have to figure that out with his coaches in New Orleans, San Diego county's first heat wave of the season is set in with temperatures flirting with. The hundred degree Mark, and some inland areas today with wildfires already burning and some parts of the state firefighters here are on alert, us as Steve price, tells us yesterday's brushfire outside six flags north of Los Angeles is a wakeup call popular amusement park evacuated yesterday when flames and thick smoke. Got too close for comfort, as you know, we had a very rainy winter here in San Diego County, which was great because I mean we needed that water. But now the downside that rain also fed wild grasses which grew taller than normal. Now that grass is drying out. It's increasing our fire danger. So a reminder today from Cal fire to make sure that you are ready for a fire with defensible space. Run your home and.
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"In fact, some hospitals have stopped using the drugs because of the dangerous things patients can do in that conscious fog. Vicki Barker CBS news, a new strategy to defeat the resistance to antibiotics we get the update from correspondent Sabina Cupet right now in prescribing antibiotics. Can. Someone is sick. And so you'll get heavily prescribed on Georgia Tech, researchers Sam Brown says diagnostic tests to tell if you're infected with an antibiotic resistant pathogen could prompt a doctor to withhold antibiotics. Tell you to stay home punishing differentially punishing these resistance strikes. So that they will not I'm by population. Antibiotic resistance is a major health threat with about two million people in the US getting an antibiotic resistant infection each year, according to the CDC Sabrina Cupet for CBS news, Atlanta, jeopardy host Alex Rebecca opening up about his battle with cancer. CBS news correspondent piper fills within. It's the first sit down interview with jeopardy host Alex trebek's since revealing his grim states for pancreatic cancer diagnosis in March. I'm fighting through it. He spoke with good Morning America. People all over America have been sharing their good thoughts. Their advice their prayers, and I feel it is making a difference. But the seventy eight year old admits he has good days and bad days. I've had kidney stones. I've had ruptured discs. So I'm used to dealing with pain. But what I'm not used to dealing with is the surges that come on suddenly of deep deep sadness, and it brings tears to my eyes the thirty fifth season of jeopardy has already wrapped. And he says he has this summer to try and fight that piper. CBS news. Here are the celebs. Celebrating. Birthdays today on our Thursday may second. Knows exactly who you want. Dwayne the rock, downton his forty seven soccer, great and muddled David Beckham is forty four Princess. Charlotte of Cambridge is four years old. Mick Jagger's, ex wife and activists Bianca Jagger seventy four years old today fashion designer Donatella Versace. She is sixty four singer Engelbert Humperdinck is eighty three and. Lou gram a foreigner carrying dying today. Happy birthday to him. And to you. If you are celebrating today. WCBS's Todd to fifty three capital. One knows life. Doesn't alert you about your credit card. Also,.
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"The implications of the lawmakers rejection of European Union divorced deal are grave speaking Friday after parliament voted down her deal may told lawmakers. It should be a matter of profound regret that. Once again, we have been unable to support leaving the European Union in an orderly fashion. Joining us. Is Vicki Barker CBS news and Vicky what happens now. Well, that's a really interesting question. Short term. I would say that if any of your listeners or planning on taking their patients in England that summer they're gonna find their dollar going a lot farther because the pound dropped sharply within minutes of this vote. Of course, if you're an American business selling things to the Brits. Well, your goods just got a lot more expensive. What is what will happen now? Oh my God. That is anybody's guess because British lawmakers have now rejected absolutely every single possible. Brexit scenario. Your guess is as good as mine, Charlie. They have plans for Monday to try and come up with a new plan. Yeah. But it's it's gonna be interesting to see what on earth. They're going to be able to come up with the way things stand. Now, if this deal had passed than the you was going to give the UK until may twenty second to pass necessary enabling legislation to ensure a very smooth transition. And and there was only about a transition period. Then the real go shading on the final divorce agreement was going to be after that now since this deal failed the EU has given the UK onto April twelfth. Now that April twelfth date is very important because that is when all members of the European Union have to announce what candidates they're fielding for the upcoming European elections. In other words Britain if it hasn't figured out how to get out of the EU by. By April twelfth is going to have to run and the European elections and probably remain any EU member for a year or even to the saga continues. And we'll continue to follow it. Vicki Barker CBS news correspondent in London. Vicki thanks so much. Thank you vandals have caused tens of thousands of dollars of damage to the boys. Lynn boys and girls clubs camp. Creighton less than ninety days before the Middleton property is set to open. We get more on the story from WBZ TV's Bill shields in the last few days. Someone broke into the main building and senselessly trashed.
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"They've been known to book haircuts for their children and even call their kids. Employers say colleges and author Dr Madeline LeVine gives the downside you've done too much for your kid, and they end up in a place where they can't do for themselves. They can't meet the challenges of being a young adult. Levin says no plow parents are a product of a materialistic society. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news, federal authorities have seized more than three million dollars in an investigation into drug trafficking. Forty three people are in custody for their involvement with what is now being called one of the biggest drug organizations in southeast Texas officials with US, immigrations and customs enforcement say operation wrecking ball found cocaine heroin being drafted. From February of twenty six through April of last year will Glaspy with the Drug Enforcement Administration says smugglers brought drugs into the US from Columbia and for Mexico. They were also transporting these drugs to places like Atlanta, Miami, New York voicing could be spread on those street on their streets as well. Glaspie says some of the forty-three arrested could face money laundering charges. Clayton Neville, Dallas overseas criminals, trying to smuggle drugs and other contraband into a British prison may have hit a new low British prisons tend to not to be models of modern hygiene, so perhaps the smugglers assumed the site of dead rats on prison grounds wouldn't attract attention but guards at guys Marsh prison in south west Britain noticed these dead rats had stitch marks along their stomachs inside the deceased rodents. They found five cellphones and chargers. Three sim cards, cigarette papers and a large amount of drugs as well as tobacco and the smugglers might have gotten away with it. If someone hadn't smelled. That Vicki Barker CBS news, London. The president appears to be taking a victory lap. After the Muller report found that there was no collusion between his campaign and Russia in the two thousand sixteen election correspondent major Garrett. Clearly, the Senate Judiciary committee is going to look into this because the president and his allies on the Republican side believe the origins of this Muller investigation needs to be scrutinized because that might be where a crime actually committed fronts. Reelection campaign is now urging supporters to donate the show that they won't be intimidated. Bill the head. I'm Jim Roope in Los Angeles. There has never been a moment quite like this. What apple has brought out some big guns for what some are calling..
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"By the boisterous standards of British democracy. Theresa May survived. The no confidence vote by just nineteen votes. She immediately promised to begin consulting party leaders on the way forward for Brexit. And I would like to start these meetings tonight. Surprise in parliament. Because this was the prime minister notorious for failing tickets health allies, let alone adversaries, but there's still no parliamentary majority for any Brexit scenario. The Brexit clock is ticking. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London confirmation hearings for attorney general nominee William bar, wrapped up. But no vote is expected today. CBS's Steve Dorsey throughout his testimony bar tried to reassure senators heat allows special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe to continue without interference. Although he said he'd be transparent with Muller's findings. He did stop short of committing to release the entirety of his report. He also raised concerns when he said he couldn't rule out jailing reporters, though, calling it a last resort so unclear President Trump's annual state of the union address before congress will happen or not house speaker Nancy Pelosi asking the president, or at least postpone it because of the partial government shutdown. Democrats government employee unions point. The economic impact of that shutdown. White House spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders. I know that there has been some impact. But at the same time, again, we're focused on the long-term economic principles that the president's laid out whether it's through deregulation tax cuts that have helped us give us the booming economy that we have right now. On Wall Street, the Dow is up one hundred ninety five points, the NASDAQ up twenty three and the s&p is added eleven points. This is CBS news national mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. NMLS number thirty thirty.
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"Defensive mode. Downtown hobart. I believe. Everybody safe. No one was hurt in the fire. But according to the northwest, Indiana times three people were hurt. When a police squad was involved in a crash while heading to the fire burned to foia. Newsradio on one zero five point nine FM fire destroyed a home and damaged at least two others Northbrook. This morning residents. The neighborhood reported hearing an explosion laughter. Six Melanie lane east to the Tri state tollway firefighter from several hub suburbs helped battled the flames. No injuries have been reported. Tens of thousands of furloughed federal employees are being ordered to return to work without pay as the government grapples with the longest shutdown on record. This is White House. Press secretary, Sarah Sanders know, that there has been some impact. But at the same time, again, we're focused on the long term economic principles that the president's laid out whether it's through deregulation tax cuts that have helped us give us the booming economy that we have today marks day twenty six of the partial shutdown over opposition to the president. The border wall with neither side showing any sign of backing down. British Prime Minister Theresa May's fighting for her political life after last night's crushing defeat of May's Brexit Bill opposition leader. Jeremy Corbyn says it's time for new elections. Prime minister has lost control. And the government has lost the ability to govern conservative lawmaker Anisul Bree asking Corbin why then is per party ahead in the polls because he's the most hopeless leader of the opposition. Theresa May meanwhile, sticking to her core message that she is the best person to lead Britain out of Europe on March twenty nine somehow. Vicki Barker, CBS news, London. A suburban headquartered drug store giant is making a major advance airfield based Walgreens is partnering with Microsoft to create what it calls an ecosystem connecting it's drugstores to patients their insurers and local medical providers. Chicago's Bruce Jackson writes in Forbes magazine that the idea gives consumers. More control over their choices. And there's a need to integrate the system through the use of data leading to the next generation networks. Walgreens is going to roll out a dozen digital health corners this year for sales of healthcare hardware and devices. Chris grade L NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. News time nine thirty five users. The wildly popular game. Fortnight may have had their personal information stolen. This Vanunu of the checkpoint software technology company, a cyber security company the claim to have uncovered a flaw links exploiting the flow on Ferdinand infrastructure is coming from the game. So it's like transparent attack in everyone that we click slink. Derek count will be stunned. Coordinates maker EPA games has reportedly fixed. The problem up to two hundred million users may be at risk an Irish fast food chain has won a major case against Chicago-based. Mcdonald's supermax has prevailed in overturning the burger giants right to the trademark Big Mac in Europe. The European Union intellectual property office ruled big Donald's has not proven genuine use of the term Big Mac as a burger or restaurant name. The ruling allows other companies to use both Big Mac and even MAC in some cases. Mcdonald's is expected to appeal at the editor's desk. Kazak Weber writers, Ken Cosa Kajo Bartoshuk assisted.
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"Vicki Barker, CBS news. And now it's time for the cable business report. Federal Reserve Board policymakers opened a two day meeting in Washington today. Senior economist Mark Vitner at Wells Fargo. Securities tells Bloomberg radio there are no doubts about what will be decided almost one hundred percent probability to raise interest rates from one and three quarters to two percent at two to two and a quarter percent. They're likely to stay that policy is still accommodative that the risk are fairly well-balanced inflation. Does it appear that debris count fed chairman? Jay Powell told a news conference tomorrow. Economists surveyed by Bloomberg say, the Conference Board's consumer confidence index may have weakened slightly this month the index will be released this morning to report on home. Prices are also on the docket along with regional indexes from the Federal Reserve banks of Philadelphia. Dallas in Richmond and read books. Weekly update on retail sales KB home Nike and cintas will release quarterly results today. Day and President Trump will address the United Nations General assembly. I'm Jeff Bellinger. Bloomberg business for KYW NewsRadio business. News twice an hour on NewsRadio. Philadelphia city governments managing director stepping down after less than three years on the job gave it up to city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports is deputy will take over running the day to day work of the Kennedy administration deeper Dina's has been in government, so long most people don't know he started out as a rabble rousing community activists, but his roots and advocacy, always informed his government service. It was in some ways the inspiration for what he counts as his proudest achievement fighting through delays in opposition to launch the half billion dollar rebuild of community facilities. It will be a game changer deeper Dina says he told mayor Kenney from the beginning. He would only stay two to four years and his deputy Brian Abernathy worked closely with him to assure a smooth transition the work that we've set up here is moved along. Really, well, and I'm highly confident that that work. We'll go forward with the same drive and purpose than it has while. I was here. Pat, Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. More news coming up. Dan,.
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"Zero five point nine FM. Chinese regulators pushing back into worsening charity speak. The disclosure is the first confirmation of fears among American companies that the battle over Beijing's technology policy might disrupt access to China the vice president's the China operations of the US China business council. Jacob Parker says the delay applies to industries Beijing promised to open to foreign competitors. Parker has heard applications some American companies won't be accepted until the trajectory of the U S China relationship improves and stabilizes the says Beijing doesn't want to appear to give benefits to American companies in the midst of the dispute I'm Charles to this UN chief is warning that nearly three million people at a Syrian province need protection in a decisive battle took control of the country secretary General Antonio, Gutierrez says the battle for it. Lib contains the possibility for a humanitarian catastrophe that would dwarf the previous horrors of the civil war in Syria. Yes, there are terrorist groups in the province Gutierrez admitted but fighting terrorism. Not absolve warring parties floor of that car. Nations and international law Security Council, which he's been paralyzed by division throughout the conflict discussed the issue without resolution. Gutierrez says it's the special responsibility of the Syrian government and its allies in Russia and Iran to protect civilians, Warren Levinson, New York, American parents are the only ones occasionally losing their patients in their tempers over the children's screen Tyler the top of their respective fields. But some of Britain's highest profile women have been confessing how enforcing limits on their kids screen time has sometimes led to extreme measures TV show host Chrissy Alsop admits she wants smashed her son's ipads against the kitchen table when she caught them playing video games outside their allotted time weather forecaster Sarah says she threw her teenagers. Ipad down the stairs. And Liz trust. Chief secretary to the treasury says she locked your daughter's phone box to keep her away from it. Vicki Barker, CBS, news Chevy's come up with a unique way to help drivers focused behind the wheel. I knew AB from Chevy is trying to distracted driving by using peer. Pressure. The app dub, call me out uses GPS and other technology to detect when a driver goes over five miles per hour and picks up their phone and then plays a prerecorded personalized messages from friends and family to remind people to keep their eyes on the.
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"I would we'll be back to that in just a minute. But first ten eighteen time for traffic and weather together on the eighth and Jim Feldman still dealing with. This accident in Connecticut on the Connecticut turnpike. It's on the southbound side Westport near exit eighteen in the left lane, and it's causing delays back into Fairfield Bionics twenty right now, you're also slow on the southbound mirror Parkway between Fairfield and Westport. So maybe try every one if you trying to get around that getting around Manhattan still some pockets of traffic southbound Harlem river drive from the Madison Avenue bridge through the then getting down to the fifty ninth street bridge. It's pockets of traffic a-ok on the west side highway as of right now, very slow in Brooklyn eastbound bell Parkway between the verrazano bridge and ocean Parkway, you've got lay still on the inbound it's northbound they actually start on the Verizon bridge a and then it's bumper to bumper as you're getting up to the bell Parkway. And then the delays continue on the BQ as you're getting up to around Atlantic avenue and on the westbound L E slow from lakeville road in lake success as you getting into the clearview Whitestone bridge, that's a little jammed up as you're heading into the Bronx next. Traffic update less than ten minutes away on WCBS and we're sponsored by corporate essentials. hypertension throughout their lives. They keep Barker CBS news w CBS news time ten twenty two..
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"Evermore Americans without a. Safety net Vicki Barker CBS news. Line diseases now in all, fifty states that's according to a report from. Quest Diagnostics it's based on a database of Clinical Lab results and shows that the tick. Borne diseases now prevalent in all states across the US even previously, low risk Florida. And California, in fact those two states have shown the biggest increases in, case numbers a seventy seven percent rise. In Florida one hundred ninety four percent. In California Jim Chenevey CBS news Wally Kennedy locally we're now learning the circumstances, surrounding a police involved shooting, in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood Monday morning forty. Nine year old officer Jason Potts was shot in the face he continues to recover from broken jaw and other injuries the shooter is dead is we hear from Kevin I was Andrew Kramer who tells us the authorities say he was. No criminal this is an all out absolute tragedy all the way around Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross describes what happened at a, home on the forty eight hundred block of Knox street we, add a search warrant for a twenty. Year old male who has since. Turned himself in for weapons, violations twenty year old wasn't there when police. Arrived but his fifty nine year old grandfather was and he I guess one about the. Business of protecting his home not knowing it was the police at, the door he. Was firing, upon police fired back striking and killing the man they say, mistook the officer as an intruder the. Man sixty seven year old wife was, also shot a lead That was, from a ricocheted pellet round from. Shotgun that we fire she's in stable condition Andrew Kramer KYW NewsRadio.
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"This sunday he barker cbs news london news of president trump's expected decision to pull the us from a global climate deal is leading to a swift and strong reaction from the un secretary general antonio gutierrez is tweeting climate change is undeniable climate change is unstoppable climate solutions provide opportunities that are unmatchable cbs news foreign analysts doug pannella pamela faulk she says a move by the president would have a huge ripple effect the implications of a us withdrawal for the paris climate pact could be enormous since the us is the world's second largest carbon polluter and other countries might follow the white house says there are may be um they may be called caveats in the language that the president uses to announce the withdrawal leaving open the possibility that the decision is not final the us is among roughly two hundred nations that agreed in twenty fifteen to voluntarily reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to combat climate change wbz news time ten forty one comedian kathy griffin says she did go too far in taking part in a photo shoot featuring are holding up a bloody head resembling president trump she is now offering an apology on instagram the images disturbing i understand how people it wasn't finally i get a i've made a lot of mistakes in my career i will continue i ask your forgiveness taking down the image president trump tweeted that the images were quote sick his son donald junior calls them disgusting griffin as the longtime cohost of cnn's annual new year's eve coverage and the network says it is evaluating that coverage and calls the pictures offensive wbz news time ten forty two the red sox log their way to a thirteen seven win last night in chicago and they'll try to make a two a road tonight at eight ten as for the celtics it's the waiting game till next month's nba draft but with.