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Judge compares Bolton's book to horse already "out of the barn"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Judge compares Bolton's book to horse already "out of the barn"

"The trump administration has asked a federal judge to halt the publication of former national security adviser John Bolton's tell all memoir but with the book's release set for Tuesday and copies already in circulation there may be little the White House can do to keep it out of the public's hands its contents of former national security adviser John Bolton scathing critique of president trump are already widely known Bolton's lawyers cited our own polar read holding up the book at the White House as evidence that the horse is out of the barn the administration claims it contains classified information Bolton says that's not the president's actual concern the president isn't worried about foreign governments reading this book he's worried about the American people reading this book that CBS is Ben Tracy reporting from the

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Lady Antebellum changes band name over connection to slavery

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Lady Antebellum changes band name over connection to slavery

"Of country music's most successful axes shedding the the name name atop atop for for nearly nearly fourteen fourteen years years because because it it could could be be racially racially insensitive insensitive lady antebellum will now go buy it lady a after they say the original name left him embarrassed because of the word antebellum heavy association with American slavery known for their delicate country sound lady antebellum is making a loud proclamation Hillary Scott Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood have been making music together for more than a decade under the name lady antebellum lady this lady this the lady got two guys and a girl in the CBS Sunday morning interview from twenty eleven the trio explained to Ben Tracy the story behind the band's name centered around the southern antebellum style homes where they took their first group photos tell us because we have it and I was like okay Hey guys lady antebellum is different that we like that we sold or you know on it and I was like okay fine you know if we're lucky enough to get a record deal it will probably first thing we're sure of that yeah be the first thing to go but it's still its stock for nearly fourteen years but after nationwide protests over racial inequality the band promptly dropped antebellum from their name and will move forward as lady Hey they are dressed fans with a long statement writing in part we did not take into account the associations that way down this word referring to the period of history before the civil war which includes slavery adding our hearts have been stirred with conviction our eyes open wide to the injustices blind spots we didn't even know existed have been revealed I think what lady aided and showing that if you have a a pastor of a part of your identity your band name your song titles you can change that Nashville based music journalist Marissa moss there's a lot of fear in the country there's just a huge fear that if you speak out you lose airplanes to go lose fans and I think it's a gross misunderstanding of the base the country audience in that same statement lady a directly addressed the question many might be asking this morning why are you only making the change now they go on to say they can make no excuses for their lateness in this realization sank what we can do is acknowledge it turned from it learn from it and take action that CBS is Vladimir duty a

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"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:53 min | Last month

"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of those situations now CBS news White House correspondent Ben Tracy a motorcyclist in critical condition in the hospital after an early morning crash and I. seventy five in Detroit state police tell W. W. J. the sixty one year old south bound near the Davison freeway around four AM when his cycle went off the payment up the embankment and back under the freeway before toppling over not clear what made the driver lose control and investigation I'm going to I. seventy five southbound at the Davison had been closed for a couple of hours but has since reopened another part of Michigan's economy re starting tomorrow restaurants have been providing customers with meals by Kerry out or delivery by tomorrow the doors will be back open for dining in bars also reopening governor Gretchen Whitmer says getting every business back to normal will take months I would love to keep that kind of ratcheting off that gives me even when you're in phase five a lower capacity maybe it will be able to take additional steps by filling a stadium again probably won't happen until we have a vaccine and that's going to be awhile restaurants and bars re opening must have safety protocols like mask and hand sanitizer also capacity limits some owners say they will not reopen tomorrow because they don't have the supplies were the workers W. W. J. news time seven thirty five if your hair is getting a little **** salon still close by you you do have a natural option no barber no problem go surfing now look to a surfer dude for answers Mike Reinhard from local surf school in Rockaway beach New York as that shaking go look stylish strives to simulate is nothing like that after all your your hair sometimes you don't even need shepherds feed here a quick rest fresh water and there's nothing like if those routes I can go from honestly it dirty blonde almost drive times I haven't seen the sun and wind up being almost blind and I get through the dying it if you're not near an ocean lemon juice and chamomile are natural brighteners Deborah Rodriguez CBS news New York and you've been hearing a lot this phrase the new normal but just how long can the newness last year CBS the sand lifting her during this pandemic we've been told to wash our hands frequently and stay home when we're sick good advice at any time so once things get back to normal will we remember behaviors change but they always change for shorter periods and we anticipate a little then a lot of people expect New York University psychology professor Adam alter when you're in the midst of an event it's concrete it's very present it's all that surrounds you but I think as it passes the vast majority of our behaviors will return to the way they were yes some changes last for example after nine eleven the way we travel change the way we into buildings changed still some pandemic behaviors may just become a happy memory soon as you're being forced to move around again I think we'll start to say well I remember when we didn't we could just sit on the couch Sam Litzinger CBS news close by covert nineteen apart between Washington state and Canada back open with international reunions here CBS's stuffing Kaufman normally very popular with tourists he Sarge park on the border with Washington state and Canada close because of the corona virus has re opened park spokesperson Christina Winkler says the tourists are gone but now the park serves as a reunion spot for family and friends from both countries for some people it may be actually the only place that they get to meet it gives them that opportunity to come together to still be a part of people's lives the park offers passport free entry stuff N. Kaufmann CBS news is this icon and entertainment reaching out landmark birthday happy birthday Tom Jones the singer is eighteen today the spending is in lockdown which he says reminds him of the two years he spent in isolation with T. B. when he was a twelve year old in Wales for over six.

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Trump confirms Pence's press secretary has tested positive for coronavirus

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Trump confirms Pence's press secretary has tested positive for coronavirus

"Correspondent Ben Tracy says Katie Miller the press secretary of vice president pence has coronavirus one day after someone close to president trump also tested positive Miller is with the vice president nearly every day her husband is senior presidential aide Stephen Miller president trump attended their wedding in February held at trump's Washington hotel despite the potential exposure Mr pence did not wear a mask while in Iowa we also now know that president trump was in the same room as his personal White House fillet on Tuesday the day before the valet tested positive for corona virus and Katie Miller is just tweeted I'm doing well and look forward to getting back to work for the American

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"ben tracy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Per day that is CBS's Ben Tracy the medical pharmaceutical and biotech industries are continuing to provide testing treatment and also working toward a vaccine for Dover nineteen the crisis also has the full engagement of the military's scientific departments they mobilized in a unique way what's interesting about what the army in the military are doing they're trying to take the steps required to develop a vaccine and do them rather than in sequence at the same time in parallel so they are working on a vaccine they are also working aggressively on diagnostics and therapeutics treatments all three things happening simultaneously that's A. B. C. chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer after an investigation into the firing of a former captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt is about to be widened the acting navy secretary says after reviewing the preliminary findings he's now been advised to ask for a deeper review because there are unanswered questions navy officials had recommended captain Brett closer be restored as the ship's commander he was fired after appealing for more help to control a corona virus outbreak on the ship nine hundred sailors have tested positive about is CBS's Cammy McCormick the U. S. military will help New York City health workers cope with the stress of coronavirus civic leaders often talk about coronavirus in war terms mayor bill de Blasio compared the stress among health care workers to the stress of combat officers from the U. S. army who are doing this crucial work live learn the lessons of what our soldiers go through war and understood what they need to address it and they're gonna be helping us military trauma specialists will train city hospital personnel and stress management and assess the mental health of hospital workers on the frontline of the battle against corona virus Erin cutters he ABC news New York another fly over by the U. S. navy's blue angels called offer today the crew's been going across the country doing special flyovers to show support for the front line workers battling cold nineteen today Detroit had been scheduled for whatever you'll visit a spokesman for the group says the plans were only Terry but twice does remain on the list president trump using the defense production act of force meat processing plants to remain open keeping the supply chain going health officials are warning the move does put plant workers address United food and commercial workers International Union says president trump's order forcing meat processing plants to remain open puts workers lives in jeopardy Jan McCollum is the commissioner of the Minnesota department of health at a time when we're seeing such an explosive increases in numbers of cases in the impacts on surrounding communities it seems problematic according to the union twenty food processing workers have died of cold feet ninety nationwide more than sixty five hundred have already been sickened or exposed to the virus Bryan Burrough ABC news this is the high end beef while cool it is southern Idaho beef provider now that he's donating about two million dollars worth of that beef to San Francisco food banks because of the pandemic it shut down many food businesses Snake River farms which supplies the high end beef to restaurants sending it to meals on wheels self help for the elderly the San Francisco Marin food bank as well as others some of those who get their food through those organizations could see the pricey cuts of meat in their bags this week sports have been called off and we're waiting for some plans and clearance to play again there are reports of major league baseball's investigating various options to try to started salvage the twenty twenty season what a scenario has the thirty teams splitting into three regional divisions and playing only within those regions Florida Arizona and Texas the hope is to start in late June and no later than July second playing a roughly one hundred game schedule any plan would require widespread testing for the virus and medical approvals from state and local officials and if conditions improve teams could switch to their home parks if fans are allowed in only a percentage of seats would likely be sold Steve Caton CBS news.

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"There is hope": Two drugs that could help coronavirus patients fight back

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

"There is hope": Two drugs that could help coronavirus patients fight back

"There are no approved treatments or vaccines for the corona virus but several options are being tested correspondent Ben Tracy a game changer president trump calls it a tremendous breakthrough to existing drugs that are showing promise in treating corona virus in hospital patients around the country one cauldron disappear is used to treat all the patients but still need FDA approval the other hydroxy core Quinn is already available used to treat malaria and arthritis since the nineteen

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House passes sweeping coronavirus relief bill

Purity Products

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

House passes sweeping coronavirus relief bill

"King Congress stepped in to help Americans laid off for dealing with the illness because of the corona virus outbreak but it's not a be all end all solution here's correspondent Ben Tracy late last night the house passes sweeping coronavirus relief bill the result of more than a dozen phone call negotiations between house speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin it does not include the payroll tax cut the president wanted we had to get this testing bill passed coronavirus test kits will now

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Barr reportedly considered resigning over Trump's tweets

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Barr reportedly considered resigning over Trump's tweets

"You today president trump kept up his barrage of tweets about the justice department even as Attorney General bill Barr considers quitting if the president doesn't stop and there are new details are emerging that connect the president his pardons and the people who pushed for them Ben Tracy reports tonight president trump is not taking his attorney general's advice to back off when it comes to tweeting about the department of justice demanding justice for himself this morning and retweeting a call an Attorney General Barr to clean house of the department yeah but I do make his job harder I do agree with that I think that's true CBS news has learned that bar was so fed up with president trump's Twitter habit that he considered resigning but sources say things have cooled off for

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Barr reportedly considered resigning over Trump's tweets

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Barr reportedly considered resigning over Trump's tweets

"Today president trump kept up his barrage of tweets about the justice department even as Attorney General bill Barr considers quitting if the president doesn't stop and there are new details are emerging that connect the president his pardons and the people who pushed for them Ben Tracy reports tonight president trump is not seeking his attorney general's advice to back off when it comes to tweeting about the department of justice demanding justice for himself this morning and retweeting a call an Attorney General Barr to clean house of the department yeah but I do make this job harder I do agree with that I think that's true CBS news has learned that bar was so fed up with president trump's Twitter habit that he considered resigning but sources say things have cooled off

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Barr fires warning shot at Trump in new interview

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:46 min | 5 months ago

Barr fires warning shot at Trump in new interview

"President trump tweeted a quote from his Attorney General the president has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case CBS is Ben Tracy says William Barr had a lot more than that to say in an ABC news interview I cannot do my job here at the park with constant background commentary that the Attorney General fires a warning shot telling president trump to stop attacking the justice department to have public statements hand tweets made about the department make it impossible for me to do my job bar claims he never discussed the Roger stone case with the White House and says he decided on his own to overrule prosecutors on the case before the president tweeted that their request of a seven to nine year sentence for stone was very unfair and a miscarriage of justice it just sort of illustrates had disrupted these tweets convey bar rarely speaks out against Mr trump but his comments come as he's facing a potential rebellion inside the department of justice and CBS the Stephen port going tells us Mr trump is also making news for a difference of opinion with a man he prays then honored in his state of the union the president was asked on WTAM Cleveland whether Americans would vote for gay men to be commander in chief I think so I think there would be some that wouldn't and you know I wouldn't be among that group to be honest with you Rush Limbaugh said on his show this week that voters would blanch at seeing people to judge kissing his husband on the debate stage but Mr trump told Geraldo Rivera being gay hasn't been a liability for the former south bend mayor it doesn't seem to be hurting him very much but it would certainly be a group you know this better than I did it be a group that probably wouldn't but you know you are you and I would not be

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:19 min | 5 months ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Now what I do CBS is Ben Tracy was pretty clear a lot of people here at the White House were caught off guard by bars extraordinary comments but the White House claims president trump himself is not bothered by this at all that he still has confidence in his Attorney General top Republicans like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have some advice for the president Turner journal shows it's good on the way of doing his job maybe the president should listen to the Attorney General Mr trump has been uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter this morning CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez and for more on this story we're joined live now in the KCBS ring central news line by Margaret Brennan CBS news senior foreign affairs correspondent and of course moderator of face the nation Margaret who will you be speaking to this weekend and will you be asking them about this the fact that Mister Barr said this and the president apparently is not reacting well we certainly will be will be speaking to center Amy clover sharp Minnesota she's twenty twenty contender but she's also on the Senate Judiciary Committee that the top part Congress has oversight of the department of justice we won Askar exactly what's going on as there were in the wake of that presidential tweet about Roger stone the president's friend was facing a seventy nine year sentence until the justice department stepped in and lowered that recommendation there were some resignations there were some protest with in the department of justice saying that this was political interference by the executive branch into these legal matters and Attorney General Barr came out and said no he had already planned to step into that case prior to the president's tweet but it certainly undermined him and it looks like it look bad he said he wouldn't people it will ask as the center clover shar about that we also have time star another contender but let's see of the headline was bar complains about presidents tweeting right the sub head is I was already going to step into this case and was working on it when I first heard from the president that's right and and bar said that that was his personal reaction when he saw the size of the sentence that was going to be recommended for Roger stone who is not just a friend but is somebody of of the present but somebody who was involved with his campaign a he's a self proclaimed dirty trickster somebody who said he was trying to get president trump elected and willing to do just about anything to achieve that aim so this isn't just any one whose case was interfered with here but bill Barr says it was just a matter of principle in terms of he thought a harsher sentence than deserved this is the first time that the justice department's been accused of political interference or that the attorney general's doing the president's bidding and the perception of that is is what it seems like the Attorney General come out and say that's not the case at all that he's not going to be bullied Margaret I don't know if you know the answer to this question or not but the judge in this case could she go ahead and hand down a harsher ruling honestly I don't know the answer to that case I don't think we will know the answer in terms of the the ruling for I at least another week or so if I recall so we will wait and we will see but the other question here at that was put to fill bar in that interview was about what happens after a sentencing what about pardons and that is also one of those questions floating out there will the president essentially try to over rule the chords and the legal branch of the government by saying I you know you'd die in as my commander in chief use my powers to sort of absolve the sins of my friends who cremated crimes in the course of trying to help you get elected your market also know to tell you the talking about the other topic that so dominant in the news today is this is the cover nineteen coronavirus store you have by Anthony Fauci joining the program on Sunday and and of course for this story it has been relatively limited in the United States but there's this specter not just in terms of financial markets but in terms of the world economy how this all plays out exactly this is something that has huge implications China is the second largest economy in the world huge customers of the U. S. huge manufacturers for the United States so there's going to be a knock on effect for American businesses you've already had the White House say that that the trade deal they just sign the phase one part of it with China that China may not be able to make all their cultural purchases they promised to make us part of that deal because they're taking such a punch to the gut with their own economy back home but it also potentially disrupt supply chains because there were there has been this pause in manufacturing and and holidays as people are told to stay home and not come to work in certain parts of China in order to try to contain it so this is it got a huge impact on that we have not yet seen and this goes beyond just the sixty thousand people who have now been infected in China hundreds have died and so there there will be implications just shows you how interconnected the world is Margaret thanks for joining us this morning and we'll see you on Sunday morning that's Margaret Brennan CBS news senior foreign affairs correspondent and moderator of face the nation which you can hear Sunday morning Sir on KCBS.

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U.S. Speaker Pelosi says she ripped up Trump speech because it 'shredded the truth'

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Speaker Pelosi says she ripped up Trump speech because it 'shredded the truth'

"People are still talking about last night's state of the union not the speech but what happened afterwards it was the rip heard round the world house speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up a copy of the speech as the president finished she told fellow Democrats the president shredded the truth so I shredded his speech CBS is Ben Tracy at the White House the response of the White House has largely been a call Nancy Pelosi petty to say what she did was inappropriate and beneath the dignity of the event but we should keep in mind here is the context these two have not spoken to each other since October the president just made a big deal of signing the U. S. M. C. a trade deal here at the White House he did not invite the speaker that is a trade deal a bipartisan success that would not have happened

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U.S. Speaker Pelosi says she ripped up Trump speech because it 'shredded the truth'

Sean Hannity

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Speaker Pelosi says she ripped up Trump speech because it 'shredded the truth'

"People are still talking about last night's state of the union not the speech but what happened afterwards it was the rip heard round the world house speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up a copy of the speech as the president finished she told fellow Democrats the president shredded the truth so I shredded his speech CBS is Ben Tracy at the White House the response of the White House has largely been a call Nancy Pelosi petty to say what she did was inappropriate and beneath the dignity of the event but we should keep in mind here is the context these two have not spoken to each other since October the president just made a big deal of signing the U. S. M. C. a trade deal here at the White House he did not invite the speaker that is a trade deal a bipartisan success that would not have happened

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Nancy Pelosi Rips The State Of The Union Speech

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Nancy Pelosi Rips The State Of The Union Speech

"Vote president trump last night delivered his state of the union to a joint session of Congress the president declared a great American come back on his watch and declared that the nation was stronger than ever before one thing though drawing much attention came at the end of the address when house speaker Nancy Pelosi ripped up a copy of the speech reaction from the White House from CBS's Ben Tracy the response to the White House has largely been a call Nancy Pelosi petty to say what she did was an appropriate and beneath the dignity of the is that we should keep in mind here is the context these two have not spoken to each other since October the president just

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Trump says he'll release Middle East peace plan soon

Total Information PM

01:08 min | 5 months ago

Trump says he'll release Middle East peace plan soon

"President trump said to meet with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House next week he's expected to unveil his long awaited Middle East peace plan at the meeting Netanyahu's political rival Benny Gantz it will also be in attendance however Palestinian leadership was not invited to the meeting because of disagreement between president trump and Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas president trump's pro Israel stance has left the Palestinians and different to what they expect to be what they call a bias US peace plan CBS news White House correspondent Ben Tracy in Washington with more ahead of Tuesday's meeting this is something that Jared Kushner his son in law has been working on the president kind of famously said if Jared can't get this done nobody can get it done in terms of what's actually in it that we don't really know the details of this but there is one big missing piece of this puzzle this would be a peace plan between the Israelis and the Palestinians and by all accounts the Palestinians are are not engaged on this issue right now because they don't see the trump administration as an honest broker and all of this because the administration is basically sided with Israel on every contends this issue that has come up over in that part of the world in the past

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Trump defenders push 'no crime' as Democrats seek removal

Seattle Kitchen

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Trump defenders push 'no crime' as Democrats seek removal

"For and against president trump or digging in on whether a crime is required for his conviction and removal on whether witnesses will be called the Senate impeachment trial CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy says the ground rules still aren't set but we have a pretty good idea of how things will go the president spent the weekend at his club in Florida where he appeared to be in good spirits his legal team which now includes former Clinton special prosecutor Ken Starr and constitutional law professor Alan Dershowitz plans to argue the president did not break any laws in withholding aid from Ukraine and that he was within his constitutional rights to refuse congress' demands for documents and witnesses the seven house managers are expected to do a walk through the Senate chamber tomorrow around lunch time

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White House prepared to respond to impeachment articles

Total Information PM

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

White House prepared to respond to impeachment articles

"Despite president trump's tweed it doesn't look like the Senate will just dismiss the impeachment case against him when the house finally turns over the two articles of impeachment CBS's Ben Tracy has more White House is preparing for the fact that there may be more than four Republicans that's the number you need to

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President Trump gives new details on what led to the killing of General Soleimani

Seattle Kitchen

01:09 min | 6 months ago

President Trump gives new details on what led to the killing of General Soleimani

"Top officials of the Ukrainian airline whose plane was shot down in the wrong or criticizing a runny authorities for keeping their civilian airspace open I'm in hospital is with the US airlines vice president says the decision was absolutely irresponsible Iran now admits it down the Ukraine international airlines amid fears of a U. S. retaliation after the Iranians launched ballistic missiles at Iraqi bases housing US forces the official explanation for what sparked this week's US military action the Middle East keep changing president trump now says Iran in general Qassem Soleimani and others were planning major attacks on for U. S. embassies CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy says the killing has shaken the entire region the administration's justification is now suddenly much more specific just days ago secretary of state Mike Pompeii said this about what he called an imminent threat from solo money we don't know precisely when and we don't know precisely where it was real the Iraqis are so furious about the U. S. strike inside their borders that they are now demanding the US draw up a plan to withdraw all of its troops from Iraq the U. S. says it's not ready to

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Trump repeatedly rejected national security team's advice on Ukraine: report

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Trump repeatedly rejected national security team's advice on Ukraine: report

"A new report claims president trump repeatedly rejected advice from his national security team to release hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Ukraine CBS is Ben Tracy with the latest on that story it's hard to imagine that this is going to sway any opinions one way or the other the opinions of lawmakers to whether president trump should have been impeached or not empty for whether you should be a quitter not acquitted seem fairly calcified what I think this could change though is a dynamic in terms of how hard Democrats pushed witnesses at the Senate trial you have Republicans for the most part saying let's get this over fairly quickly you have Democrats saying no we got to bring these people in like Mick Mulvaney and secretary Pompeii people who have first hand

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Kremlin says Putin thanked Trump for helping thwart a terrorist attack

Charlie Brennan

00:40 sec | 6 months ago

Kremlin says Putin thanked Trump for helping thwart a terrorist attack

"According to the Kremlin Russian president Vladimir Putin president trump spoke by phone but the White House has yet to acknowledge that call publicly here CBS news correspondent Ben Tracy the White House has not told us a single thing about it we have asked them several times now and so have all the journalists here in west Palm Beach and a did spend radio silence in terms of whether or not this phone call happening what transpired on the call so all we know about it is what the Kremlin has said the Kremlin says that Vladimir Putin initiated the call that he called president trump in large part to thank him for US intelligence that help thwart a terrorist attack in Russia so at this point we have to take the Russians word for it because the White House is

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Where does the impeachment inquiry stand after days of public testimony?

KNX Evening News

00:50 sec | 8 months ago

Where does the impeachment inquiry stand after days of public testimony?

"Democrats put the wraps on five days of public impeachment testimony today this president believes he is up above the law beyond accountability intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff Republican Devin newness likened it to a kangaroo court well we have more public hearings with Democrat witnesses but not ours minority are in the dark about what this committee will be doing when we return correspondent Ben Tracy a trial in the Senate could start in early January possibly lasting several weeks that means a good run right up against the early caucuses and primaries and that can cause a big problem for the president's democratic rivals were also senators would be stuck here in DC Republicans say no smoking gun was found no direct evidence linking the president bribery quid pro quo or anything else and some red state Democrats reportedly been calling for censure rather than sending the case to the Senate for

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"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Ben Tracy says it comes after a top administration official acknowledged American businesses and consumers will have to pay at least some of the price. Lighthouse economic adviser. Larry cudlow admitted Sunday with nearly every communist knows to be true. That tariffs President Trump is imposing on Chinese goods imported into the US are not solely paid for by the Chinese. Both sides will suffer on this unfriendly. President Trump slapped a twenty five percent tariff on approximately two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports. And is now ordering his trade representatives to start the paperwork to tariff in additional three hundred billion dollars, basically everything China sends to the US from cell phones to furniture. It's a fight. The president says is worth having. So our country can take one hundred twenty billion dollars a year in tariffs paid for mostly by China, by the way, not by us tariffs do make Chinese goods more expensive, which can hurt China's economy, but the actual tariffs are a tax paid by US companies that import Chinese product. It's companies can either take on those costs and make less money or they raise prices on US consumers. Well this morning s and p futures are down forty-one points business analyst, Jill Schlesinger says investors are continuing to lose out to the markets were sort of forgiving last week. Maybe thinking that the president was using this as negotiation tactic. And it looks like over the weekend. Many concluded that it really didn't matter if this was a negotiation tactic could actually harm the economy in real time. Oil prices surged after Saudi Arabia said two of its tankers were sabotaged off the coast of the United Arab Emirates were live this morning at the foreign desk with CBS. Vicki Barker, the attacks happened early yesterday in the Persian Gulf the waters that lie between Iran, and the Arab peninsula. One of the vessels was on route to pick up Saudi oil destined for the United States now on is assigning blame yet. But the incidents came just hours after Iranian media. Aired false reports of explosions at a key port in the UAE and two days after the US warrant. Iran or its proxies could be targeting maritime traffic in the region. Steve.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on The Takeout

The Takeout

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on The Takeout

"Out out take especially how. No. I'm Stephen Portnoy with Margaret Brennan Benxi. And we're speaking to you on the very late evening of twos. Thurs Thursday Thursday. It's a trick lesson or two different times. Right now. This is what happens when you're on the same in Asia. And I shouldn't complain since he lives on this upside down world, Ben Tracy, who's based in Asia for us and Margaret Brennan IRA from Washington unfortunate that here on this show. We did not have an opportunity to share a meal, which is the conceit of the takeout. But we have had some pretty good food here. So Ben, what's your favorite, food and Vietnam. I went to place called bond me twenty five and I really enjoyed that. That was quite good all the great. I love you like the Vietnamese food Thai food. Yes. Very similar, but they all have their own unique kind of spin on it. And it's a great part of the world here. Fewer people I know are better traveled in Margaret Brennan. What's your favorite food here in Vietnam? Well, our promise me, mango sticky. Right. So that is why I'm sitting in this chair. That's true. I remember that Email. Yeah. I was promised beards yet. Believe it or not we will get some very soon there might there might just be some here on set. This is called the speciale. Right. It is. In fact, my line people have asked me this question is to save it. I've had four with every meal, which is not entirely true. But I wish it were true. Major Garrett who gave me the keys to this program from me promise that I would ask you the threshold questions at every guest on the takeout gets asked. They are what is your favorite movie? What is the most influential book you've ever read, and if you're on a long car, ride or plane ride what music artist or genre much? You have to listen to Margaret Brennan, what's your favorite movie. I think about this movie that I really really lights, and if it's on all stop and watch it through is the departed. That Boston gangster movie. I love that. Yeah. It's not exactly like romantic, but. I think it's really good. What's the next question? My favorite book. So that's probably the jungle by Upton Sinclair, which I read when I was twelve years old, and I had been a vegetarian for the decades since. More than decades since then it's been it's been twenty six years. It certainly added to the interest in being journalists in turn me off eating needs of muckraking journalism book that helped establish the FDA because of exposing what was happening in meatpacking plant. So obviously Cheech. What about the music long car ride long? But we've got a lot of those in our future. Back home. So it's kind of whatever's on the United States schedule. I have so many books that I am reading at once some of it is just to prepare for face the nation that Sunday 'cause I have to go back and talk about a number of things, including we've Senator Doug Jones on the program. And so he just wrote a book to talk about his interest in civil rights and his life's work. So I'll be reading that. But I also whenever I come to Vietnam chip away at the tome that is bright shining lie the book about Vietnam and the Vietnam war and US involvement here, and the journalists who expose what was actually happening when the US government was telling very different narrative about the success on the ground. So I read like a chapter and a half on my flight here. I'll try to read a few more extent actually recommendation, Ben, Tracy, I favor movie. All right. So mine's a tie. I rarely watch. It'd be twice..

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Asia. Correspondent Ben Tracy with Margaret Brennan, host of face the nation and our own correspondent Steven Portnoy in Hanoi, for the takeout now to Israel where the country's attorney general has decided to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for corruption. CBS news correspondent Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem Netanyahu is facing charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust after a long investigation into three corruption scandals. He allegedly made elicit deals for more positive media coverage and accepted lavish gifts from wealthy. Friends Netanyahu claims innocence and says it's a witch hunt. Robert, burgers, CBS news Jerusalem. US peace talks with the Taliban restarting this weekend here. CBS news correspond. Cami mccormick. There may be some progress on a US demand that the Taliban negotiate with a government in Kabul with the formation of a national team of Afghans. More members of the state police force and military in Venezuela are quitting. It comes amid increasing pressure, including from vice President Mike Pence on President Nicolas Maduro to step down and allow aid shipments in vice president Pence turned up the pressure on Venezuela's, Nicolas Maduro announcing new sanctions against members of his inner circle. These men worked to block aid for people in need. And suppress peaceful protests. While they're Tyronn danced in Caracas. Over the weekend. Troops loyal to the embattled president fired tear gas and rubber bullets at Venezuelan citizens trying to reach US aid to those members of Venezuela's armed forces. You will find no safe harbor, no, easy exit. No way out..

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"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Do Asia. Correspondent Ben Tracy with Margaret Brennan, host of face the nation and our own correspondent Steven Portnoy in Hanoi, for the takeout now to Israel where the country's attorney general has decided to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for corruption. CBS news correspondent Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem Netanyahu is facing charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust after a long investigation into three corruption scandals. He allegedly made elicit deals for more positive media coverage and accepted lavish gifts from wealthy. Friends Netanyahu claims innocence and says it's a witch hunt. Robert Berger CBS news Jerusalem. US peace talks with the Taliban restarting this weekend here. CBS news correspond. Cami mccormick. There may be some progress on a US demand that the Taliban negotiate with the government in Kabul with the formation of a national team of Afghans. More members of the state police force and military in Venezuela are quitting. It comes amid increasing pressure, including from vice President Mike Pence on President Nicolas Maduro to step down and allow aid shipments in vice president Pence turned up the pressure on Venezuela's, Nicolas Maduro announcing new sanctions against members of his inner circle. These men worked to block aid for people in need. And suppress peaceful protests. While they're Tyronn danced in Caracas. Over the weekend. Troops loyal to the embattled president fired tear gas and rubber bullets at Venezuelan citizens trying to reach US aid to those members of Venezuela's armed forces. You will find no safe harbor, no, easy exit. No way out. During his trip to Colombia Monday Pence met with position leader one glide, oh who declared himself Venezuela's interim president last month. United States was proud to be the first nation on earth. To recognize you is the legitimate president of Venezuela. The two leaders delivered humanitarian aid to Venezuelans who fled to Colombia some were moved to tears have faith than under president.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Do Asia. Correspondent Ben Tracy with Margaret Brennan, host of face the nation and our own correspondent Steven Portnoy in Hanoi, for the takeout now to Israel where the country's attorney general has decided to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for corruption. CBS news correspondent Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem Netanyahu is facing charges of bribery fraud and breach of trust after a long investigation into three corruption scandals. He allegedly made elicit deals for more positive media coverage and accepted lavish gifts from wealthy. Friends Netanyahu claims innocence and says it's a witch hunt. Robert Berger CBS news Jerusalem. US peace talks with the Taliban restarting this weekend here. CBS news correspond. Cami mccormick. There may be some progress on a US demand that the Taliban negotiate with the government in Kabul with the formation of a national team of Afghans. More members of the state police force and military in Venezuela are quitting. It comes amid increasing pressure, including from vice President Mike Pence on President Nicolas Maduro to step down and allow aid shipments in vice president Pence turned up the pressure on Venezuela's, Nicolas Maduro announcing new sanctions against members of his inner circle. These men worked to block aid for people in need. And suppress peaceful protests. While they're tiring danced in Caracas. Over the weekend. Troops loyal to the embattled president fired tear gas and rubber bullets at Venezuelan citizens trying to reach US aid to those members of Venezuela's armed forces. You will find no safe harbor, no, easy exit. No way out. During his trip to Colombia Monday Pence met with our position leader Juan glide, oh who declared himself Venezuela's interim president last month. United States was proud to be the first nation on earth. To recognize you is the legitimate president of Venezuela. It's you leaders delivered humanitarian aid to Venezuelans who fled to Colombia, some were moved to tears have faith that under president.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. Good morning. I'm Vicky Allen. Three things today to forty five one. The US is expected to announce it will use its for minimal cyber warfare capabilities on NATO's behalf. If asked new move to counter Russia's aggressive use of cyber attacks across Europe and around the world to a lawyer for Christine Blasi forward, if condemning President Trump for mocking his client who testified that she sexually. She was sexually assaulted by supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh when they were teenagers. Attorney Michael Bromwich tweeted, the President Trump engaged in a vicious vile and Solis attack on Ford at a political rally last night in Mississippi. And three the Chicago police officer charged with a two thousand fourteen killing seventeen year old will Quan McDonald to this ad in his own defense. Officer Jason Van Dyke says he arrived on the scene. Police SUV and found McDonald holding a three inch tonight. The prosecution argues that Van Dyke was enraged that a black boy as they put it had the audacity to ignore. Police. Commands vandyck is facing two counts of first degree murder that if convicted could land him in prison for life closing arguments are expected this week. CBS news correspondent dean Reynolds reporting. Hendra Asia's national disaster agency says the death toll from Friday seven point five earthquake has top twelve hundred roads are blocked and communication lines are down trucks carrying food and other supplies have yet to reach the hardest hit area. I talked to one rescue worker who said that he alone had recovered Twenty-one bodies from the rush. Clearly was taking a toll on him. But he was also very happy to tell us that he had found two people who are still alive to be news. Correspondent Ben Tracy in Palo..

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"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Are Matt piper. The FBI needs to have its investigation of bread cavenaugh and his sex assault accusers done by the end of the week this as the president agreed to allow investigators to interview whomever, it deems necessary, the FBI should interview anybody that they want President Trump authorized the FBI to go beyond Christine Blasi Ford's allegations of sexual misconduct against cavenaugh and investigators wasted. No time they've interviewed accuser, Deborah Ramirez. And late this afternoon, we learned that cavenaugh friend Mark judge also met with investigators accuser, Julie sweat. Dick may also be interviewed. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he hopes investigation will satisfy Democrats, but he's not holding his breath. If you listen carefully, Mr President, you can practically hear the sounds of the Democrats moving the goalposts Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. A new trade deal with Canada and Mexico is set to open up Canadian dairy markets to American farmers, but k BJ. Anthony, Matt speaks with farmers in Wisconsin who are hoping for more out of the deal. Happy to see that trades. Get back on track Morgan pack, owner of Pinocchio range Holstein's a rural northwestern, Wisconsin. Dairy farm says leaves more to be desired for farmers to efficiently operate. We need twenty dollar meal at a sustained pace for about two three four years peck says the dairy industry has been down for nearly four years. This is one small step in the right direction. Any upswing is good. But we need to have a faster upswing. If possible the new United States, Mexico Canada agreement also contains greater worker protections in the US auto industry. A trade off that could mean higher costs when buying a new vehicle rescue efforts continue in Indonesia after an earthquake followed by a soon NAMI left more than eight hundred fifty people dead and hundreds more missing. Correspondent Ben Tracy tells us why no one ever got.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"I needs to have its investigation of Brett cavenaugh at his sex assault accusers done by the end of the week this as the president agreed to allow investigators to interview, whomever, it deems necessary, the FBI should interview anybody that they want President Trump authorized the FBI to go beyond Christine Blasi Ford's allegations of sexual misconduct against cavenaugh and investigators wasted. No time they've interviewed accuser, Deborah Ramirez. And late this afternoon, we learned that cavenaugh friend Mark judge also met with investigators accuser. Julie sweat may also be interviewed Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he hopes this investigation will satisfy Democrats, but he's not holding his breath. If you listen carefully, Mr President, you can practically hear the sounds of the Democrats moving the goalposts Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. A new trade deal with Canada and Mexico is set to open up Canadian dairy markets to American farmers, but k b JR TV's Anthony Matt speaks with farmers in Wisconsin who are hoping for more out of the deal. Happy to see that trades get back on track Morgan. Pack owner of Pinocchio range Holstein's, a rural northwestern, Wisconsin. Dairy farm says leaves more to be desired for farmers to officially operate. We need twenty dollars at a sustained pace for about two three four years. Peck says the dairy industry has been down for nearly four years. This is one small step in the right direction any upswing as good, but we need to have a faster upswing. If possible the new United States, Mexico Canada agreement also contains greater worker protections in the US auto industry. A trade off that could mean higher costs when buying a new vehicle rescue efforts continue in Indonesia after an earthquake followed by sue NAMI left more than eight hundred fifty people dead and hundreds more missing. Correspondent Ben Tracy tells us why no one ever got a warning..

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Off cbs's ben tracy is in shang ri right now you have rescuers we're actually going into the cave they're delivering food they're delivering medicine doctors have gone in to try to assess the condition of the boys everything we've heard is that they're actually in pretty good shape they had knacks on them they drank some water that drift into the cave now they're giving them kind of a high protein liquid diet as well as antibiotics to make sure they get their strength up rescuers have been considering outfitting the team in scuba gear so diverse can guide them out but they say the boys don't know how to swim flags will fly at half staff at the white house for the victims of last week's shooting at a newspaper in maryland there's a report it took some wrangling live to washington and cbs's steven portnoy the request to lower the flags made by the mayor of annapolis was at first rejected there's been no explanation as to why but this morning press secretary sarah sanders says when the president himself heard about the ask he decided that the flags should be lowered he just issued a proclamation to that effect honoring the five victims shot and killed at the newspaper's office last thursday flags will be lowered to half staff through this day deborah there is no relief for the weather weary this is the fifth day of scorching temperatures and stifling humidity for most of the country wcbs tv meteorologist lonnie quinn has the numbers today it feels like a hundred and five in dc feels like hundred five in columbia also in tulsa in dallas as well forecaster say above normal temperatures will continue for the rest of the month it's terrible tuesday on the roads with traffic expected to be at a max this day before the fourth but cbs's kris van cleave says it's not so bad for drivers filling their tanks prices have ticked down a little bit since they were flirting with three dollars a gallon on average over memorial day weekend but there's still some sixty three cents more than they were last year a panicked mom in lake county florida called nine one one after her teenage daughter climbed a tree to get away from a ten foot long allah gator what is the emergency my daughter stuck in a tree data surrounding hurricane out sheriff's sergeant matt farner she knows the gator approaching herath so obviously shoes a little bit nervous so she saw the tree and she got off the raft got on the tree climbed up she could and held on high enough to where the gator could not get through her he says jordan broderick hung on for a half an hour until the sheriff's deputy got there and shot the gator s and p futures are up eleven this is cbs news to prevent and relieve muscle cramps in your legs and feet use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today at select walgreens cvs and rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Order cheri gregg kyw newsradio kyw news time nine thirty four the united states and north korea are three days away from the historic summit between president trump and kim jong hoon in singapore correspondent ben tracy is there already summit between world leaders the outcome is already determined before the leaders even sit down they agree to something beforehand and they beat the kind of a big photo op and then they announce what they already agreed to that doesn't appear to be the case here this appears to be one of the rare instances where you're going to have to very unconventional and unpredictable world leaders sit down really without a script and talk about whatever they want to talk about an agreed to whatever they want to agree to president trump is currently in canada for the g seven summit and he'll be leaving the summit later this morning for singapore and the big face to face with kim jong hoon kyw news time nine thirty five pennsylvania's attorney general is continuing the investigation into the death of hr mcmaster senior the father of president trump's former national security adviser one person has been charged in the case we'll learn more about what happened in the days following the eighty four year olds fatal fall kyw's kristen johanson with the latest a call from the white house from hr mcmaster junior lead philadelphia homicide detectives to look further into what happened to his dad employees from cathedral village in roxborough we're make master senior lived testified during a preliminary hearing that no one called nine one one even though he was unresponsive in turn the family had questions the medical examiner ruled mcmasters death an accident and the district attorney's office kicked the investigation up to the state attorney general's office spokesman says because they had a more specialized stack to handle such cases kristan gainey a licensed nurse was charged with felony neglect and involuntary manslaughter and the ag's office continues to dig into what happened kristin johannesen kyw newsradio news time nine thirty six weather forecast is sponsored by hutchinson plumbing heating cooling.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on No Agenda

"Okay so that would that was the defiant part but then it was a misfire yes so she puts the two together and you get this stupid phrase defiant misfired that means nothing that you know what this is the easter crew the historic grew it's it's very it's very hard to get anything from from corporate media during easter any other vacation because they're gone four saturday in which the isolated communist nation ballistic missiles on parade including some we haven't seen before more now from ben tracy inside the north korean capital gang when it comes to military parades north korea certainly knows how to put on a show stepping soldiers rolling tanks and rocket launchers heats elaborate scene involving hundreds of thousands of people that would be the envy of any super bowl time show anytime north korea has one of these military parades us military experts closely examined what they're parading down the street they're looking for signs that north breeze closer to developing a long range nuclear missile that could reach the united states and the signs were troubling for the first time north korea displayed new long range ballistic missiles that can be from both land in seat they are believed to be the same missile successfully tested in february and you sell it fueled and our hold arm a second but i just want to hear the same sound effect of the missile of the that they were using for the tomahawks it sounds a lot like it let's just do a comparison here.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Other insurers state your situation it's time for the ninth annual kyw newsradio women's achievement awards this year we're looking for rising stars the best and the brightest women under the age of forty if you know a woman who has made a significant impact in business or the community nominate her now through april twenty second visit kyw newsradio dot com slash women kyw news time twelve oh nine the president is outraged that the fbi raided the office and hotel room of his longtime personal attorney michael cohen correspondent jeff pegase has more this was a referral from the special counsel's office and that is alluded to directly in the statement from michael cohen's attorney stephen ryan a statement that he sent me an so cohen and his attorney believed that they have cooperated fully with the russian investigation to this point and that's why they were sort of caught off guard but clearly this is a message that the federal investigators disagree that they have cooperated fully just based on these search warrants that were carried out yesterday the president called disgraceful and an attack on the nation china's president is calming us markets by announcing he wants to expand china's economy by lowering auto tariffs and allowing more outside investment correspondent ben tracy has the details ping david address at an economic forum here in asia he talked about china's trade surplus he said that he wants to open china up to more foreign automakers and also talked about intellectual property rights now all of that sounds familiar that's because those are the very things that president trump has been hammering china on the last couple of weeks us markets are responding to the announcement jumping from the opening right now dow jones average at four hundred thirty nine points nasdaq up one hundred seventeen s and p five hundred up forty.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The rational it's not a joke voitey we shy of keating langkow says kim jonghoon wants nuclear weapons so his regime can't be overthrown by the us with help from south korea north korean weapons programme expert daniel pinkston as very clear what they want is to achieve the final of victory which means unifying korea on their terms secondly it means expelling the united states from the region and they continue to develop strategies every day to achieve those goals none of the experts we've talked to believe that north korea would make a preemptive strike on the us or one of its allies but the big question is what is the us now do if north korea keeps launching missiles over japan ben tracy cbs news so we learned more about the two deadly navy ship collisions this year thursday date during a hearing in congress congressman rob wittman heads a subcommittee on seapower i think we can all agree that our nation failed these seventeen sailors the general accounting office is john pendleton said part of the problem is not enough ships i don't know what specifically caused the accident but i do know the navy is caught between an unrelenting operational demand and a limited supply ships so much so some ships are being certified admiral bill morad vice chief of naval operations which or give us all pause for just so hard we're driving the crews and served with fleet cami mccormick cbs news the pentagon hillary clinton is defending herself and attacking her own party in her upcoming book more from correspondent ansi quarters in sometimes biting new book first obtained by cnn clinton argues she was done in in part by an unhealthy thick satian on her marriage her health and her emails what makes me such a lightning rod for fury i'm really asking i met a loss she writes 'if think it's partly because i'm a woman clinton admits it was bad optics to get highly paid speeches in the runup to the race and she admits she and her team misread mood of the country i was running a traditional presidential campaign with carefully thought out policies and painstakingly built cold listens while trump was running a reality tv show that expertly in relentlessly stoked americans anger and resentment is so good trust primary opponent bernie sanders.

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"ben tracy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ben tracy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"West response to north korea's icbm as a show of force of its own correspondent ben tracy invasion in a largescale military exercise the us in south korea launched a barrage of missiles into the sea the message to north korea we have weapons to and they are not far away in a statement the pentagon said the us will use the full range of capabilities at our disposal against the growing threat from north korea so what next we asked cbs news national security analyst pran towns and we're going to have to do things differently sanctions alone not worked the timing of it allows the president now to put this at the top of his agenda in his g twenty meeting i'm stephen portnoy in warsaw poland north korea will be a major focus of president trump's meetings here in europe this week after meeting with the polish president giving a speech to polls mr trump heads to hamburg germany and the g twenty summit will hold oneonone meetings with nearly a dozen counterparts including russian president vladimir putin it'll be their first facetoface encounter a recent visitor to poland is under fire for using a former nazi death camp as a backdrop to push for a stronger us military more from wwl dave cohen in the video congressman clay higgins talks about protecting the united states of america from the evils of the world he he recorded a portion of it inside of an auschwitz gas chamber after about twenty minutes everyone was dead after the video was posted the auschwitz memorial tweeted that a former gas chamber is not a stage but a place where there should be respectful silence others on twitter called higgins disrespectful despicable and thickening dave cohen for cbs news new war this witness described what he saw as the unthinkable happened last night in the bronx was in there like a crazy guy with a gun and then a talk on shot a pointblank the.

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