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Roosevelt Statue to Be Removed From Museum of Natural HIstory

WBZ Midday News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Roosevelt Statue to Be Removed From Museum of Natural HIstory

"The the American American museum museum of of natural natural history history is is removing removing a a statue statue a a bronze bronze statue statue of of Theodore Theodore Roosevelt and CBS's bill Rakoff has more it depicts him on horseback with a native American man and an African man on his side the museum says it's responding to objections the statue symbolizes colonial expansion and racial discrimination the president of that museum tells The New York Times they decided to remove it amid the movement for racial justice after the killing of George Floyd

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"News update the effects of coronavirus has nerves frayed across the board people are chafing against continued restrictions all essential service workers say the public is making it harder to stay safe on the job in Arizona where there's been a spike in covert nineteen cases tempers are flaring and patience is wearing thin we've been called communists **** my server's admin Hustad governments already telling us we have to do stuff that we shouldn't have to do another area where the effects of the virus have been felt strongly the real estate market where businesses sagging in some places here CBS's Jonathan vaguely RD if people are not making moves that neither are those who move them it's taken a financial affect our customers and we feel it here the industry is hoping virtual open houses will help get all the gears moving again but in an industry built on that feeling you get when you first walk through the door it's unclear if buyers will feel at home CBS news update I'm bill Rakoff go ahead Carl I'm listening to old thirty two staff salmonella E. coli influenza it's not that kind of dirty do you realize you just took me to the toilet and kept wiping in between tweets no wonder one and six phones contain fecal matter whatever your hands touch I touch I'm covered in filth it's enough to make both of us sick please can you get me a phone cell phones phone soap safely kills ninety nine point ninety nine percent of all those germs with clinically proven UV light it won't damage my screen like liquids or chemicals because you're all of god that's so sweet karafun soap kills.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WTOP

"Reporting I'm bill Rakoff concern out there especially for some of our older workforce but United auto workers local six sixty eight president Tony man is none the less glad that his members are getting back to work at Ford GM and Chrysler fiat plants today here's W. W. J. reporter Jeff Gilbert separate jurors will be taken factories have been rearranged to distance workers everybody will wear masks with more gear for those who have to work closely with others GM CEO Mary Barra says they've already been doing this in Asia and that American plants making medical gear where are coronavirus thinking protocols have been in place we have not seen a confirmed case of community spread in our facility production will ramp up slowly over many weeks Jeff Gilbert CBS news Detroit Free opening automobile plants an encouraging sign for the struggling economy but a lot more has to happen for a full on recovery so says fed chairman Jerome Powell speaking to CBS's Scott Pelley on sixty minutes it's a reasonable expectation that they'll be growth in the second half of the year I would say though we're not going to get back to where we were quickly we won't get back to where we were by the end of the year that's unlikely to happen futures on Wall Street are higher this morning the S. and P. pointing up forty seven points drugmakers meanwhile continue to respond to the pandemic the drug Aram disappear as been shown to modestly shorten recovery time but now in a new trial researchers are adding even more fire power to the battle against cove in nineteen years CBS news chief medical correspondent Dr Jon LaPook Dr Aneesh met that was the lead investigator of the NIH trial at Emory University I think right that's gonna be one important tool we also need to look for other ways to help our patients in the next phase of the trial Dr meta and colleagues are combining rim does appear to stop the virus from multiplying with a powerful anti inflammatory drug baricitinib a so called immune modulator that aims to prevent organ damage by calming down and inflamed immune system from Ocean City Maryland Ocean City New Jersey and beyond beaches slowly opening up to people needing a taste of the salt life this man one of them in the O. C. N. J..

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Senate again fails to advance Coronavirus bill as deal remains elusive

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Senate again fails to advance Coronavirus bill as deal remains elusive

"Two votes to move ahead with an economic rescue bill in the Senate have failed but democratic leader Chuck Schumer says they're very close to a deal CBS is bill Rakoff both sides accuse the other of putting non relevant measures into the bill we Democrats have seen some real flaws in the bill that was put on the floor by the Republicans Democrats say the GOP is putting in a measure to extend an abstinence education program for another year at a time when everybody else in the country pulling together they're pulling us apart Republicans say dams are inserting language supporting wind and

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Trump, coronavirus and the politics of a pandemic

WBZ Afternoon News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Trump, coronavirus and the politics of a pandemic

"And there's also a word this afternoon that another European country is taking action to guard against the spread of the corona virus more details now from C. B. S. latest example of coronavirus changing the way we live France has ordered all its public places closed off French cafes restaurants and cinemas at a news briefing today president trump revealed he has been tested for the coronavirus I had my temperature taken forming into the room no fever more news from the news conference president trump is addressing some big exceptions to its European travel ban adding the United Kingdom and Ireland to the list of nearly two dozen countries Mr trump said he's also considering imposing travel restrictions within the U. S. you know that's when comes as deaths in Britain doubled from the day before to twenty one and infections rose from eight hundred to over eleven hundred the administration is telling Americans not to worry as they will be allowed to come home CBS is bill Rakoff fifty three deaths in the U. S. so far close to twenty five hundred cases have been reported in all but one of the U. S. states the exception West Virginia CBS news update I'm Steven Portnoy officials in Italy say new cases of the corona virus has jumped twenty percent to more than twenty one thousand although Italians maybe under a lockdown right now they're still showing a lot of spirit here in Rome people gathered at the windows are on their balconies where they belted out the national anthem and banged drums the flash mob on Friday evening was the first of three organized over the weekend to raise spirits in the nation now under full quarantine stores restaurants schools and community centers have been shuttered for days here only grocery stores pharmacies and home deliveries are still operative Meghan Williams ABC news

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Begins in the Senate he's been Parker spoke to CBS was bill Rakoff about what both sides are saying as the countdown continues the big day is going to be upon us tomorrow and the defense team all of the president obviously defending him and thrown out some pretty choice words about impeachment yeah actually I mean they say it's unfounded they say that house Democrats so went beyond the the privilege of their offices in prosecuting the president and the say they've done what you know has never been done in any other impeachment inquiry based other charges against the president on a political process a very strongly worded statement in brief coming from the White House lawyers today final submission before the impeachment comes tomorrow night in response the house has fired back with its own final brief saying look the president essentially you know amass overwhelming evidence of his guilt the end of their rebuttal says and this is the quote president trump is engaged in the tri factor of constitutional misconduct warning removal he is the framers worst nightmare come to life one of the things the president's legal team is saying is that this is a dangerous perversion of the constitution and I know we spoke before about the additions to his defense team one of them some of the talk about the constitution that to Alan Dershowitz who really isn't a big fan of the president but does think that the constitution doesn't warrant what's being done yeah and that's how he's trying to obtain himself on this is a member of the president's team he doesn't like being a call that he says he is a basically on the constitutional team and what he wants to do and he's could barely going to be given the chance to do is when the have the arguments in defense of the president he will be one of the first to stand up and say this is why they shouldn't be happening he says is a defense is going to be of the constitution not necessarily have anything the president did or didn't do we are looking at a lengthy trial perhaps certainly it's going to be going on almost every day of the week and we have but today a lot of the democratic candidates are out there campaigning some of them the once you are in the Senate are gonna be able to do that starting tomorrow no they're not and we're actually getting a wrinkle in this hearing that the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell really wants to make this painful and he has said that he's on record saying look this is an impeachment this isn't fun this isn't going to be something we enjoy doing and this isn't something we should consider doing so often so he does not want to make this comfortable for anybody Republican Democrat Chief Justice John Roberts or the president's team and to that end today we're hearing that when they go to present their cases in what we thought was going to be five or six hour turns starting at one in the afternoon each weekday McConnell is thinking about trying to get it all done within twenty four hours you know what that means to twelve hour sessions that would start at one in the afternoon and into the wee hours of the morning sometime this week and it's not specifically a gag order per se but the the centers aren't allowed to check chat about this at all and not allowed to talk to these proceedings either essentially this case think they don't like to be called jurors because ultimately they're the ones we're going to be the judges well and they're going to decide the president's faith here it's not up to the Chief Justice he is more or less just the moderator the proceedings to try to keep everybody between the guard rails but in fact they are jurors they are going to listen to this evidence and then they are going to decide what to do about it and to that end they don't want to answer questions from reporters they don't want to answer questions from the of the public and so there been some steps taken at the capitol to try to limit that if at all possible but even so when they're inside the Senate chamber they're not allowed to talk at all and even though they're the ones that are supposed to be asking questions of the lawyers when the time comes they've got to write it down on a card send it up to the Dyess and Chief Justice John Roberts will ask the questions on behalf of the senators so yeah they're going to be an awfully silent bunch something that they are not accustomed to yeah we're going to have this all star tomorrow now they'll be a ramping up period may be out with our some discussions I guess before they get into the meat and potatoes but one of the things that's still up in the air bill is this whole Whitney staying and I guess we still don't have an answer of how this is going to go some of it's going to come down to a vote in the Senate it is going to come down to a vote in the Senate I think the biggest question is not whether Mitch McConnell is going to allow a vote on witnesses he is going to allow a vote on witnesses he said so it's not going to happen until after the initial cases are presented by the house impeachment team and by the president's legal team that's not the way Democrats wanted it but it's the way it's going to be but that vote will come the biggest question that lingers will there be enough votes psyche will there be enough Republicans they need for five of them to cross over and joined the Democrats to vote for witnesses in order for it to happen you would almost have to guess based on what's coming in some of the evidence it's popped up since with live partners which is fair game in this according to Democrats that there would be a desire to at least hear this out by the way as I told you before Republicans say great go ahead and call your left harnesses go ahead and call your John Bolton said that Mick Mulvaney is we'll go ahead and call Joe one hundred Biden and that maybe even the whistle blower while we're at it so if that was meant to be a deterrent detected I Democrats are just shrugging and they say look you know we get to pick our witnesses and they get to pick their is but as long as we get to pick up more happy that was CBS's bill Rakoff speaking with WBZ's Ben Parker it's seven.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WTOP

"A pile of bricks DC fire and EMS in the falling debris had a person walking by they had to be taken to the hospital but are expected to be okay construction workers were at the scene none of them ranger you can see video this collapse WTOP dot com the articles of impeachment against the president now in the hands of the Senate after house Democrats March them over to the upper chamber of the capitol today they did so in a ceremonial procession around line by an army of reporters and photographers wrapping for a glimpse of history president trump now just the third U. S. president to be impeached and joining us with the latest to CBS news reporter bill Rakoff build now that the Senate has those articles what happens next tell me tomorrow John and they will get together at noon to hear officially the articles read by the US seven house managers that were appointed by speaker Nancy Pelosi earlier today it'll be an official reading and reception of those articles of impeachment following that Chief Justice John Roberts will walk across the street from the Supreme Court he will be sworn in as the presiding officer of the Senate trial and then he will continue to swear in the one hundred senators who are going to hear all the evidence in this trial which is expected to last three to five weeks and also expected to get underway in earnest on Tuesday bill that is the pump in the circumstance and then there is the drama behind the scenes of you gotten any more insight as to whether or not witnesses are going to be call that's the million dollar question dell and we don't know the answer to it exactly just yet we do know the preferences Mitch McConnell if he got his way to Senate Majority Leader does not want to see those witnesses he wants a fairly quick trial if you can not have it so that that they can get on about the business of of the Senate but here's the thing you've got forty seven Democrats in the minority along with four Republicans who have indicated an interest in having witnesses testified that gives a simple majority of fifty one if there is a boat it would appear that it would pass and allow for those witnesses Republicans say all right if that's the case you can have your witnesses like John Bolton but then again maybe we like to call some of our own including the likes of people like hunter Biden and maybe even the whistleblower bill you're on Capitol Hill all day today is there any sense that the latest information that came from the house intelligence committee last night many are provided by left part is is I can have an impact on on how things might go starting next week partnership is the lead house manager and will be overseen the quote unquote prosecution of a president in the Senate impeachment trial and yes he says that they have brought ability in their role as managers to bring new evidence as it comes in so yes you might expect to see some of this evidence along a about let harness that associate that by Rudy Giuliani that just came in but once again you've got Republicans are on the other side saying you know they're making up the rules as they go and that's why it's not a fair process and that's why Mitch McConnell says we've got to rise above the partisanship and we're going to do that here in the Senate bill thank you very much CBS news reporter bill Rakoff coming up after the spores will find out where things stand in Montgomery County where the county.

"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Bill Rakoff with details the administration is announcing a ban on me and fruit and desert flavored E. cigarette cartridges but that band does not include the sale of menthol or tobacco flavors and that's not far enough for Matt Meyers the campaign for tobacco free kids menthol cigarettes are used by more than half of all kids as a starter product many vape shop owners say the band will have a negative impact on their business bill Rakoff CBS news Washington defense secretary mark Gasper says there are indications the wrong or its proxies may be planning more attacks against US interests in the Mideast do I think they may do something yes and they will likely regret it defense officials are confident though that the US embassy in Baghdad can be protected after two days of violent protests even more military reinforcements are heading to the Mideast CBS is Cammy McCormick has the latest from the Pentagon in addition to the extra marines of the embassy in Baghdad and hundreds of paratroops were sent to Kuwait the military is also sending a three ship marine amphibious ready this group to the Gulf it was scheduled for exercises in Morocco they've now been canceled instead the ship with two thousand marines will be part of the reinforcements into the region to protect against Irani and threats the only Hispanic in the democratic presidential race is bowing out CBS is it'll keep says former San Antonio mayor huli on Castro did have influence on the campaign trail while he never really broke out of the single digits and any statewide or national survey he did make a mark on the race becoming one of the more liberal candidates and pushing his party increasingly to the left he was the first for example to support unionizing campaign staff something that many other contenders have now done first to travel to Porto Rico and draw concerns to the island after several hurricanes a study in the journal nature suggests that artificial intelligence may be better than mammograms at detecting breast cancer CBS's Gary non reports a study done in the US and Britain provides more evidence that a hi can lead to more accurate breast cancer screenings according to a software engineer Scott mechanic this code is like medical school for the computer study co author Muzzy are at a money most diagnostic tests are not perfect and can always catch the cancer McKinney says radiologists miss about twenty percent of breast cancers and mammograms hope a doctor wouldn't interpret a mammogram without the use of some a I assistance the system also cut the number of false negatives Gary none CBS news on Wall Street the Dow's up a hundred eighty one points nasdaq ahead seventy.

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Sondland Updates Impeachment Testimony, Describing Ukraine Quid Pro Quo

Mike Slater

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Sondland Updates Impeachment Testimony, Describing Ukraine Quid Pro Quo

"Transcription is testimony to impeachment investigators show E. U. N. basilar Gordon Sandra and believe there was a quid pro quo of US military aid for an anti corruption statement by Ukraine's CBS's bill Rakoff you ambassador Gordon Simon says there was a growing level of insidiousness in his words when it came to trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani's involvement in U. S. Ukraine affairs when asked whether he shared his concerns with the president or the administration Sunland testified that the state department was aware and there wasn't his words very little they could do about it if the president decided he wanted his lawyer involved someone went on to say it was if officials have stated hit a brick wall when it came to getting rid of

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nicole Davis spoke with CBS's bill Rakoff about Pompeii owes response Pompey was essentially saying two things here number one most of the stuff that they would have to offer is probably covered by executive privilege and so that they would want them in their to be able to do this and that they would want by the way state department counsel along side any of those witnesses who have to testify so that throws a little bit of a road block into investigators pass at least from the stance is being taken at this point it likely could be challenged in court the other thing that Pompey was saying is look logistically there's just not enough time you want this done in the next two weeks we have to prepare we have to get our act together but at this point we're not inclined honor the request at least as it's presented you said the Democrats could have a bit of a wrench thrown into their plans here what are they going to do with these officials just don't show up well I mean value arguably have a formal impeachment inquiry under way into the president where we didn't have one before and so be it they could have some standing in court that if they were just to decide to try to get an injunction against a state department or at least a ruling against secretary Pompeii in his stance there may be some standing there in order to get it resolved fairly quickly because time. he is of the essence and then as far as Democrats want to conserve they don't wanna let their foot off the gas some Democrats are saying it's a stall tactic by the as secretary of state to just do that to maybe get the momentum to slow down just a little bit here but it's also nothing new this is what the administration has been doing repeatedly to committees on the hill we've been investigating on the requesting documents and information and even people to testify on various matters so you know bill we're hearing also a lot of scuttlebutt about other key players in all this namely the AG bill Barr yeah bill Barr his reputation is you know in in the George H. W. bush administration was out of a solid guy but he's really been accused by Democrats here taking up to the president and being the is chief law enforcement officer for the administration rather than the United States and there's a lot of focus on the attention that bill Barr yeah ask the president to talk to Australia's prime minister to get some information on the Robert Muller investigation in the origins of that probe but as the critics point out they say look that's how it has to go to pray here the market not go to the Australians himself and say I'd like this information that has to go through the heads of state so from that standpoint they're saying there's nothing there there he was just simply following procedure on an investigation that he has long said he wanted to get to the bottom up what's the latest time today when it comes to Republicans on the hill what's the feeling there while Republicans are off on their recess but some of the house members are going to come back or on judiciary in other committees and Republicans are still of you know maintaining that this isn't a nothing case and it will be proven but you know if you talk to some of the people behind closed doors and in hallways and things like that there's some nervousness going on about where this is all going but for the moment they stand United at least for the most part behind the president WBZ's Nicole Davis speaking with C. B. S.'s bill Rakoff seven away to check on Wall Street now here's bluebirds Tracy junkie U. S. manufacturing is in its worst slump since the last recession ended a decade. go the news triggered another slump the Dow fell three hundred forty four points nasdaq down ninety one assn P. down thirty six points and these are the worst losses in six weeks Toyota Nissan Honda and Subaru by your slams the brakes in September all four report declines in US sales and analysts believe auto sales overall took a big step back last month we'll be hearing from General Motors and Ford tomorrow I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio and still to come off Florida law allowing some teachers to carry guns in side school that and more coming up later on this half hour it is now seven oh nine. traction. visit your local.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Network from the Capital One bank studios in Washington this is the CBS news weekend roundup I'm bill Rakoff the justice department's inspector general said this week that former FBI director James Comey violated bureau policies and his handling of memos documenting private conversations with president trump in the weeks before he was fired CBS news White House correspondent Paula read spend much time covering call me and the department of justice and explains exactly what the I. G. is saying here when you testified before Congress call me revealed that he kept memos of several conversations he had with the president in twenty seventeen including a conversation working believe the president was pressuring him to back off of that investigation into the national security adviser Michael Flynn call me also revealed in his testimony that he gave one of these memos to an associate in an effort to get it shared with the New York times and he admitted that all this was part of an effort to try to force the appointment of a special counsel to investigate what was going on with the White House in these links to Russia so this internal watchdog the office of inspector general they were tasked with having to look at whether he shared classified information or violated any procedures now as you just noted they concluded that he did not miss handle classified information but he did violate at B. I. procedure by sharing this sensitive information and he also brought some of these memo home and kept them in his personal safe and they said look you can't do that and and just because you felt that you were or noble and right choosing your effort to get a special counsel appointed that's not the way this works if everyone did what you did that be I would not be able to successfully do its job Paul reed goes on to explain why that even though call me was found to have violated FBI policy the decision was made not to prosecute him justice department officials said look we don't prosecute people for violating rules we prosecute people for violating the law and committing crimes and his contact here just did not reach that threshold but the office of inspector general didn't just give him a pass and say look you didn't miss handle classified information you just broke some rules they came down pretty hard on him in this report they make him out to be a hypocrite they quote things that he said to the president suggesting why call me told the president they said look we can we can't just be sharing sensitive information about our ongoing investigations because that would allow us to do our job that wouldn't be fair to the people who are under investigation and the office of inspector points at one sector journal points out that's exactly what call me did there they also remind him that this isn't the first time they have had to review his conduct they remind us that they also had to review how we handle the clean email investigation and how he really broke with tradition and press it by coming out having a press conference to announce she wouldn't be charge and while he may have had his reasons for doing that traditionally that's not the way the F. B. I. handles it they're not going to charge you with a crime they don't they don't press conference to announce you won't be charged with a crime so it's clear the office of inspector general was not giving homeopaths here even though we didn't attend a classified information they're making it clear that he can not just when it when it suits him make up the rules violate the rules that CBS is Paula read at the White House hurricane Dorian bearing down on the Florida coast this weekend with an expected landfall early next week on the Florida coast as beau Zimmer reports from CBS news affiliate WTSP history is being eight regarding the research of this storm to scream a jet engine signals the return of yet another successful hurricane hunter mission to the No Way air operations center in Lakeland Florida the group gathering vital information it over and all around hurricane Dorian we fly fast we fly high so we cover a lot of area but on this flight something you don't normally see all female flight crew exiting the cockpit it's the first.

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Energy industry may get looser methane oversight from Trump

Armstrong and Getty

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Energy industry may get looser methane oversight from Trump

"Gory the government's easing restrictions on a gas that's been linked to climate change CBS is bill Rakoff oil and gas companies would face looser controls on emissions of potent climate changing methane gas under the proposal according to oil industry and environmental groups the government's plan with these requirements on oil and gas sites the monitor from methane leaks and plug them APA's move the latest in a series by the administration easing Obama era emissions

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Bill Rakoff as police continue to investigate Saturday's mass shooting at an el Paso Texas Walmart police releasing more information about the suspect Patrick cruise ships this is police chief Greg Allen he took about ten little eleven hours traveling from Allen Texas to a pass so he was lost in the neighborhood after that you found his way to the Walmart because we understand yes I agree and that's about as far as I can go without getting into too much detail CBS is David back now with more on the alleged shooter's background authorities say Christians who is now in custody and being held without bail has been unemployed for five months and was on food stamps but he bought his high powered rifle legally indeed no high feelings are running the gamut after Sunday shooting that claimed nine lives CBS's Jim crystal is there crystal Jennings spoke of her emotions as she stood outside a bar called let the peppers it's were nine people died when a twenty four year old gunman opened fire with a high powered rifle sadness her rage anger why why did this have to happen in our community Jennings who initially planned on being of the bar at the time told me it's up to the president to do something about gun violence overall thirty one people died in the el Paso in Dayton shootings more than eighty were injured North Korea continues along short range ballistic missiles and it's causing the United States of inciting military tension by holding joint exercises with South Korea CBS news correspondent Kathy McCormick with the latest from the Pentagon said secretary mark asper traveling in Asia said the U. S. is keeping an eye on these launches.

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Trump says immigration roundup will start next week

WBZ Midday News

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Trump says immigration roundup will start next week

"Rates and on the eve of President Trump's reelection campaign kickoff this week, he said on Twitter that immigration and customs enforcement will be stepping up roundups of undocumented immigrants across the country. It seems so far. The president is saying, one thing, immigration and customs enforcement are saying another with more on this rejoin lie by CBS news. Washington. Correspondent Bill Rakoff Bill. The president had said millions would be deported starting next week. The department of homeland security is now saying few things in response to this first off that the number he mentioned wasn't exactly feasible for the immediate future. We'll not for the immediate future, Jim, but they do acknowledge that now under no circumstances. Could you get rid of a million immigrants in a short term feature? And so what they're trying to spin this as this is the long term goal of the United States. They also point out that former President Obama deported three million immigrants, according to their numbers while he was president. So they say it shouldn't be shocking number over a width and breadth of time. Now, all that said it did seem that the president Claude immigration and homeland security officials a little bit off guard what he announced that this would begin next week. There've been a lot of meetings behind the scenes to try to define us and to try to see how they're going to move forward with that expectation as we get into next week in the beyond. And in terms of the actual operation that will start legally ice cannot deport migrants, who were detained at the southern border. Instead there is a group of people in the country illegally, who have already been cycled through the system bit, who exactly will be deported in the weeks ahead. And that's kind of been the mission of ice all along. Right. I mean, we can go back twenty years, and then some where we think about ice raids on local businesses where you've seen undocumented immigrants, illegal aliens, however, you'd like to describe them who were caught up and sent back to their home country. Many at him only to return again some of these people were repeat offenders with Eissa that's been their goal. They're not going to solve the problem at the border right now again, as you point out, this is going to be addressing some of those who've been in the country, and perhaps some we've been here for quite some time, and Bill, we heard the president last night in his campaign kickoff discussed immigration at length he mentioned a lot of the similar themes. We heard in two thousand sixteen talking about the southern border wall, which is still being built and all signs pointing towards this. Really being another central issue for twenty twenty for the president. Would that be a safe bet? Yeah. I think so the president pretty much just sounded a very much the same as he did in two thousand sixteen figuring, I suppose that what worked for him, then should work now but will it he did try to use Gratien as a big push in the midterm elections for congress as you stumped for some of those candidates, we found out that it didn't exactly work as well as he might have thought particularly for some Republicans who lost seats to Democrats in a house. So it'll be interesting to see as he gets out in the country in a way, from his base, whether or not that the immigration in some of his other stuff, your points, are going to resonate with the crowd. But at least last night, he was in front of a friendly crowd, and they seem to

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Me a break. Bill, Rakoff, CBS news, Washington. There's a first time winner of Lord Stanley's Cup the gateway to the west gets the Stanley Cup. Just over five bucks. Louis. For the first time in history have won the Stanley Cup any Albert on Westwood One NBC sports radio. The Saint Louis blues the four to one game seven win over the Boston. Bruins in the Stanley Cup final to come away with their first Cup in the fifty two year history of their franchise in their first appearance in the final since nineteen seventy the blues fired their head coach back in November replaced him in the interim with Craig Berube e who led them to Lord Stanley's Cup rhino Riley named the Kansai trophy winner. For most valuable player, Matt Napolitano, Fox News. It's by five at NewsRadio WFL a this is a Bloomberg market minute trade worries weighed on stocks at mid week. The key index closed with modest losses. Dennis cartman publisher of the Guardmen letter tells Bloomberg radio, he is skeptical about whether President Trump and Chinese president Xi can iron out their trade differences this month. Both gentlemen, have bases of political circumstances that really make it difficult for them to reach some sort of agreement. So although I hope for clarity, although I hope for it agreement, quite honestly, I think. It won't be. Economists say we may hear that the number of new claims for unemployment benefits tick the bit lower last week. The Labor Department will release its report before the markets open. The monthly report on import prices is also on the way this morning. Pope Francis has invited big oil executives to the Vatican for two days of talks starting today. It's part of the pope's campaign to fight climate change Lululemon athletic posted first-quarter results after the bell, the apparel makers sales and profit topped estimates. Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio to questions that will predict the perfect Father's Day gift. First question is data. Gadget guy second question does dad, worry about home security? Yes. Then blink security cameras are dad's day. No brainer. Blink motion activated cameras are wire free set up in minutes and run onto lithium batteries that last up to two years, and Lincoln or cameras and systems are twenty percent off through. Father's Day, go to blinkprotect dot com slash patrol. Blinkprotect dot com slash patrol..

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Director is wrong Bill Rakoff, CBS news, Washington. The house oversight committee's approved contempt of congress citations for the attorney general in commerce secretary chairman, Elijah Cummings defying a duly authorized subpoenas from this committee, and refusing to. To produce documents required by those relating to the twenty twenty cents is the label socialism has become a target of many Republicans. But in a speech democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders said the GOP has its own form of socialism. They may hate democratic socialism because it benefits working people, but they absolutely love corporate socialism, that enriches Trump at other billionaires. An arrest has been made in the murders of three Dallas area, women, including Malaysia Booker at twenty three year old transgender woman, KRLD's Austin, your cast details found Booker shot to death last month and far east Dallas booker's the same woman whose assault in an apartment complex parking lot was captured on video and went viral major max Garin says they arrested thirty four year old Kendra Lyles for two previous murders and realized he drove a car similar to the one seen when Booker disappeared Malaysia Booker was last seen getting into a light colored Lincoln ls, which is the same type of car driven by suspect. Lyles police say they are looking for possible ties to other cases in which transgender women were targeted Austin York for CBS news. Dallas, the alleged gunman is among five people taken into custody in the attempted murder of Red Sox. Great. David Ortiz in the Dominican Republic. CBS's Mola langey as their authorities told us here at the attorney.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Bill Rakoff, President Trump's threat to put tariffs on all goods from Mexico could push up prices for US consumers. The surprise announcement is meant to pressure Mexico to stop the surge of undocumented immigrants into the US the border patrol has confirmed detained the largest ever group of migrants near the southern border this week. More than one thousand people to be as news. White House correspondent ouija Jiang reports President Trump says Mexico could easily and quickly stop illegal immigrants from crossing its border, but it does not so to penalize Mexico for the surge of migrants. Five percent tariffs would kick in on June tenth, they will be removed if the legal migration crisis is alleviated. But if not the tariffs will increase by five percent every month until October, then remain at twenty five percent, backing White House. Chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney, said the White House will judge Mexico success. By whether illegal border crossings decrease, but he did not provide specific target. Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Oberdorfer is sending delegation here to the White House today. He says to come to a peaceful conclusion, but in a statement late last night, he also urged Mr. Trump to remember. He is, quote, not a coward retaliatory Mexican tariffs could mean that US consumers pay more for limes, avocado tequila among other goods, even Republicans are condemning this move. Senator Chuck Grassley said it is a misuse of presidential tariff of thirty and Republicans are also worried. This will be a new roadblock for the president's new trade deal with Canada and Mexico, which is just now starting to make its way through congress for approval. CBS's ouija Jiang reporting at the White House. And this is the CBS news weekend.

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Pelosi to meet with U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Pelosi to meet with U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi hosts, President Trump's top trade official on Capitol Hill today as the president faces backlash from lawmakers in both parties over his trade agenda. CBS's Bill Rakoff has more on. That speaker Pelosi is set to meet with US Trade Representative Robert lighthizer this afternoon on the hill. According to two sources who spoke with CBS news. Several other top House Democrats are expected to attend the talk which comes amid concerns that the. Increasingly aggressive tone on trade toward China by the administration could backfire and hurt not only the US Connie, but American businesses and

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Go to school. You can't go to the grocery store you can't worship anymore. I mean, it's just terrified at the university of North Carolina Charlotte after gunman opened fire yesterday killing two people leaving more than four wounded among those hurts a Massachusetts native student droop. Scarlett from Rutland he's in stable condition. This morning the accused government tristen Andrew Terrell is in custody. A vigil is planned for today on the campus WikiLeaks, founder, Julian Assange is headed to jail. He has been sentenced to fifty weeks in a British prison for jumping bail seven years ago. Sars took refuge in the Ecuadorian embassy in London to avoid extradition to Sweden over sexual assault allegations. He now. As federal conspiracy charges in the US related to leaks of government secrets he is fighting extradition to hair on Capitol Hill, the first of two days of testimony from attorney general William bardo. A Senate committee on the Muller reports. Marl he'll be in front of the house ahead of that demoted comes word and a letter from special counsel, Robert Muller to the attorney general that he's not happy with the summary of that report given to congress CBS correspondent Bill Rakoff. The letter from special counsel, Robert Muller to the attorney general says William bars letter of March twenty four th did not capture the context nature and substance of Muller's work and conclusions. There is now public confusion Muller wrote about critical aspects of the results of our investigation this threatens to undermine a central purpose for which the department appointed the special counsel to assure full public confidence in the outcome of the investigations Bill. Rakoff CBS news, Washington the first guilty. Plea of the varsity blues college admission scandal. To be heard today in a Boston courtroom will tell you about it. So the next couple of minutes. Right now, though, it's eight thirty three time. Go to the roads to kick off, traffic.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sponsored Bill Rakoff we did receive the request. And as I've said in the past one we received the request. It would be reviewed that deadline was today. But now Steven Mnuchin tells the House Ways and means committee that more time is needed to review the request and decide if the IRS can turn over the Trump tax returns in a letter to the leaders of the committee Mnuchin cited concerns over a possible abuse of a thorny by lawmakers and making such requests such as using those request to politically attack partisan rivals. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. One person is under arrest accused of setting fires to three historically black churches in Louisiana. His name is holding Matthews and CBS. Has Pat Milton says, he's the son of a police deputy tell CBS news that a suspect is in custody in connection with three. Recent fires at black churches in Louisiana the suspect. According to the sources is described as being in his twenties, and he is the son of. Of a Saint Landry parish sheriff's deputy reports are that deputy turned his son into thirties of potential class action lawsuits been filed against Boeing on behalf of stockholders following crashes that left three hundred forty six people dead Cairo radios, Heather Bosch lawsuit claims that after the lion aircrash and before the the opium plane went down bowing was still insisting it made safe airplanes. But Seattle attorney Catherine says Boeing failed to disclose how much influence they company had in certifying, the new seven thirty seven max, including the planes, new anti-stalin device. That's now suspected in both deadly crashes, nor did the company admit that it sold some safety features as extras that's material information that an investor would want to know Boeing stock shed about thirteen percent of its value in the weeks after that second plane crash heatherton Bosh for CBS news Seattle of powerful spring storm that hit Colorado's front range Wednesday is bringing more heavy storms for the Rockies and parts of the. Midwest where some areas up to two feet.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is Bill Rakoff Randolph. Tex Alice was named to the position nearly two years ago after a series of high profile breaches of security at the White House, including a fence jumper who spent more than fifteen minutes, roaming, the grounds before he was caught the dismissal of Alice follows the resignation of his boss homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen before his time heading up the secret service Alice was acting deputy Commissioner of customs and border protection, and is a retired Marine Corps. Major General Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. And the president wants secret service veteran James Murray replace Alice ousted, homeland security secretary Curson Nielsen was showing no bitterness toward the president. When she talked to reporters today, I think the president again for the tremendous opportunity to serve this country. CBS's Paula re this is part of an overhaul that they want to do with the department of homeland security shifting its focus which since nine eleven has been on focusing on homeland security specifically when it comes to terrorism now sort of shifting it to immigration. This is the philosophy. Sophy of the Trump administration speaking in that official earlier today who confirmed that yes. The Trump administration believes that immigration not cyber knock China, not Russia, but immigration is one of the greatest threats to national security, the US now classifying Iran's revolutionary guard is terrorist organizations secretary of state, Mike Pompeo with this designation. We're sending a clear signal a clear message to Iran's leaders, including Qassams the money and his band of thugs that the United States is bringing all pressure to bear to stop the regime's outlaw behavior. Bombayo says the move puts pressure on Iran deal ended support for terrorist plots and militant activity a hearing is underway in West Palm Beach, Florida to determine if you Jing John will remain in custody. She's the Chinese woman who was arrested after bluffing her way into the president's mar a Lago club. CBS's Tanya Rivero prosecutors said she had multiple electric devices in her hotel room in total. She allegedly had tend USB drives and five. Sim cards Chelsea had thousands of dollars in cash and a device that can detect hidden cameras. Prosecutors say at least one of those thumb drives had malicious software according to federal health officials. Another one hundred cases of measles have been reported in the past week that means nearly five hundred confirmed cases so far this year the most since two thousand fourteen and it's only April outbreaks hit several states, including New York, New jersey, California, Michigan and Washington state on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down one thirteen the NASDAQ up six this is CBS news rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push-button get mortgage now.

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Senate votes to end American aid to Saudi war in Yemen

Brett Winterble

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Senate votes to end American aid to Saudi war in Yemen

"The president's been delta congressional blow to his plans to end support for the. Saudi led coalition in the war in Yemen. CBS news Bill Rakoff reports. The Republican led Senate has approved a resolution that would end US support for the war in Yemen. It's a rebuke by members of the president's own party over his policy toward the Saudi kingdom. The vote today was fifty four to forty six in favor of the so-called resolution of disapproval which seeks to stop the US military from any involvement in the conflict including providing targeting support for Saudi airstrikes without authorization from

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:53 min | 3 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Joining me now live to talk about this CBS's Bill Rakoff from Washington high bell. Hi, nicole. Thanks for having me. Sure. So Cohen is going back to testify again next week on Capitol Hill on the day. He was supposed to go to prison. Yeah. And that's kind of interesting now they've bumped back that prison day till may because of some surgery that he had. So there's a little irony that he'll spend that extra day of freedom or so back in front of Capitol Hill, but he came out of that closed door hearing yesterday in front of the house Intel committee fairly upbeat saying that he was giving answers and that the lawmakers wanted to hear more. So he was very happy to return. Now, this is a little bit different than what we saw in the open testimony before house oversight because these closed door sessions. The questioning is usually handled by lawmakers are I'm sorry, excuse me and staffers for the lawmakers. So there's more dedicated line of questioning and this and split up from party to party, and that sort of thing. So in other words, it's more like a court deposition. If you will in the lawsuit, right? Well, some lawmakers this week has been painting Cohen is a bit of a pathological liar, noting, you know, he's about to go to jail for lying to congress. But others say look this guy has nothing to lose by lying at this point. So all this infighting. Cowan's given to these committees just how much relevance. Do you think we'll have over the coming weeks? Well, the relevance is going to come for especially with oversight chairman Elijah Cummings in the idea that now they've got an idea of where they can go in terms of calling witnesses in to testify about the things that have been going on coin gave them enough. Whether it's true or not to get some names of some of the Trump associates, maybe even call Ivanka Jared Trump or a Jared Kushner into the committee seat to answer these questions that to the charges that call was making here, and they don't even have to wait for the mall reports for it to drop. And so even coming said after the hearing any of the names that you heard mentioned in open testimony today, he said they'll likely be brought before the committee either willingly or via subpoena to get questions answered. So that was the main value the Cohen brought to the table on Wednesday. All right live from Washington this afternoon. CBS Bill Rakoff. Thank you Bill. It's twelve thirty eight. Let's go. Check on Bloomberg business. Here's tracy. Is the SUV boom starting to fade Nicole Chrysler is reporting its first monthly sales decline in a year. That's for February after a rare back to back drop in demand for the popular Jeep Wrangler. Analysts are wondering maybe it was a hangover from the government shutdown or slow tax refunds or weather. Whenever the reason analysts have been wondering whether popularity of SUV's will eventually fade and shares of all three major automakers are lowered though GM and Ford dont report monthly auto sales figures. The Dow is up fifty four points. Nasdaq is up thirty seven the s&p is up nine I'm Tracy jonky..

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Cohen slams Trump during public testimony on Capitol Hill

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Cohen slams Trump during public testimony on Capitol Hill

"Public testimony today from the president's former fixer Michael Cohen. I'm Bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill Elwin concede this guy credible. He will say whatever he wants to accomplish his own personal goals. He's a fake witness. That's what Republicans on the house oversight committee like Tennessee's Mark green. Think of Michael Cohen and his testimony today. Cohen says President Trump lied about the Hillary Clinton WikiLeaks dump during the two thousand sixteen campaign and wrote personal checks to reimburse Cohen for hush money payments to women. I am shamed. That I chose to take part in concealing, Mr. Trump's illicit acts rather than listening to my own conscience. I am ashamed. Because I know what Mr. Trump is. He is a racist. Is a con man. And he's a cheat. And these comments from democratic members of the state's congressional delegation on the house oversight committee during today's testimony congressman Steve Lynch, I don't think my colleagues on Saturday Night Live afraid that you're gonna lie. I think they're afraid you're going to tell the truth and this from congresswoman Ianna Presley point of oversight is for us to pursued the trust to pursue the truth and Justice for the American people to understand if lies deceit and corruption a threatening American democracy and indeed our safety. Cohen continue says Capitol Hill testimony tomorrow behind closed doors

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Senate Judiciary Committee to vote on Barr nomination today

Leland Conway

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

Senate Judiciary Committee to vote on Barr nomination today

"In Washington. The Senate Judiciary committee votes today on the nomination of William bar to be attorney general Bill Rakoff is their bar is not expected to attend today's vote which is expected to approve his nomination from there. The full Senate would vote on that nomination where it too is expected to pass bar who would replace acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker is drawn concern from lawmakers over his comments about releasing the special counsel's report to the public when it's finished bar has said that he would let the include and has expressed confidence in Robert

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 House, Senate negotiators begin talks on Trump's border wall funding

WBZ Afternoon News

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

House, Senate negotiators begin talks on Trump's border wall funding

"Aren't the president is weighing in as members of congress meet for the first time since the shutdown and talk about border security, President Trump tweeting if the committee is not discussing the wall of physical barrier. They're wasting their time. Let's get more from Bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill, it's called the conference committee on homeland security appropriations, but it might as well be called the border security or else committee as members of the joint panel try to come up with some compromise on border funding before the government runs out of money again in less than sixteen days. The members of the committee are sitting at tables arranged in a square with red tablecloths around the edges of the room. Our seats. For reporters congressional staffers, and even a couple of chairs Mark is reserved for representatives of the White House. Everybody's watching Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. The president's son. Eric Trump is urging his father to declare a national emergency over the border wall. Saying this is what people in this

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Seat. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Tens of thousands of teachers in the nation's second largest school district. You're out on strike CBS's. Steve Futterman reports the nation's second largest school district pretty much pain to a hold the first teacher striking in thirty years. Albatross Caputo Pearl heads the teacher's union. UT LA striking for you. Let's give it up for our students. Wages are a key issue. But teachers also want lower classroom size on the picket line. This teacher became emotional. Just really feel bad for the students fee. Futterman. CBS news, Los Angeles. We're learning. More about the ordeal of the thirteen year old Wisconsin girl who was kidnapped. After her parents were killed Jamie claw spent three months captive in a remote cabin until she escaped last week. CBS? Jamie Yuccas has more complaints. As Jamie was forced to hide. Under Paterson's bed. He used storage bins full of weights to keep her boxed in and threatened bad. Things would happen if she tried to escape, but that's exactly what she did on Thursday after Patterson left, the home Jimi pushed her way out put on a pair of shoes on the wrong feet and left the house charged with two counts of first degree murder and kidnapping 21-year-old. J Patterson is being held on five million dollars bail. Another democrat is tossing a hat into the ring for the twenty twenty presidential race CBS's. Ed O'Keefe Senator Kirsten gillibrand the juniors democratic Senator from New York is expected to announce plans to form a presidential exploratory committee on Tuesdays late show with Stephen Colbert person familiar with her planning says that she'll make the announcement on the late night show. The Pentagon says the military will extend the mission to support security at the US Mexico border through the end of September on Wall Street. The Dow fell eighty six points today..

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Number. We haven't seen in a month. Dow twenty four thousand it is back after one of those sudden reversals we have gotten to know so well over the past several volatile weeks the Dow up one hundred twenty three points at twenty four thousand two NASDAQ up Twenty-nine points, the SMP up eleven where the stock market came up short was in retail investors. Looking for the expected holiday twenty eighteen spending boom did not see much evidence from some of the biggest retailers. Macy's and Kohl's report anemic November and December sales growth, I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio before he starts serving time behind bars. Michael Cohen, President Trump's former personal lawyer has volunteered to appear before a house committee next month. We get an explanation from CBS's Bill Rakoff in a statement released by his attorney this afternoon. Cohen says he looks forward to appearing before the house committee on oversight. And reform February seventh Cohen who was sentenced to three years in federal prison for campaign finance violations, surrounding the stormy Daniels. Affair says he wants to give what he calls a full and credible account of what transpired to provide the American people with answers, Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. Meantime, the president's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort is facing more legal trouble after it was revealed that he shared election polling data with Russian oligarchs linked to Ladimir Putin during the campaign CBS's Paula Reed, questioned the president about this the first question we ask is whether or not the special counsel's final report whether or not that should be made public because his legal team signal that they're going to try to block portions of that. He was non-committal. He said we'll have to see. But then the next question asked by one of my colleagues was whether or not he was aware that Paul Manafort, his former campaign, chairman was passing polling data to a Russian Russian associate with known connections to Russian intelligence was he aware of that. He said that he did not know anything. Thing about that. The New York Times reports that some of the polling data Manafort shared with the Russian operative was developed by a private polling firm working for the Trump campaign, the president visited the border patrol station in mcallen, Texas today. Trying to rally support for a border wall, then attended a roundtable discussion on immigration and border security and explain what the administration's plan entails. Our plan. Includes drug detection technology reports more offices in agents, far more more beds to house the influx of the influx of unlawful migrants medical support closing the disasters loopholes the president says if the government shutdown continues, he will cancel his planned trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Texas, democratic congressman Henry quasar who's district runs along the border says he'd like to see several different options before he sees a wall. I wanna see more money for border patrol. We're short two thousand border patrol agents at this. Time. I want to add more officers. I wanna add more immigration judges, by the way, those judges are far low right now if there's a crisis at the border, why are we not paying the frontliners daily with this crisis earlier today, the president said he never meant Mexico is going to write a check for the wall. Then reiterated saying they are going to pay for it. Six forty one on this Thursday, just ahead of sports. NFL officials Sarah Thomas will be the first woman to officiate an NFL playoff game. Which takes the field as a down judge for the patriots charges matchup. This sunday. It's not the first time she's broken gender barrier in her career. She was the first woman to officiate a major college football game. The first woman to officiate at a big ten stadium. And the first hired by the NFL is a fulltime official in April of twenty fifteen six forty two time for check now on sports with WBZ's Tom Cuddy as a test tonight for the Boston. Bruins Bruins have won five games in a row impressively, but a loss thirteen in a row. Tonight's opponent the Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals. But trees Burs, Ron Paul. I think we all know, you know, we're all where you guys do reminding us. So obviously, you're going to be in the in the present. But obviously we need to find some some desperation against a team like Washington. It's a lot of difficulties in the past. The toys Burs are on additional Bruins coverage on Twitter and Instagram at Tom Cuddy sports cell. At the Miami, Heat, Celtics. They've won four straight games average winning margin. Twenty one points per per win a full attendance on the patriots practice field divisible game with the chargers Sunday here. Tom Cuddy WBZ Boston's NewsRadio..

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Federal prosecutors recommend ‘substantial term of imprisonment’ for Michael Cohen

Red Eye Radio

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Federal prosecutors recommend ‘substantial term of imprisonment’ for Michael Cohen

"Jail time a lot of it recommended for President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen here. CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff. While federal prosecutors in New York acknowledged Cohen's cooperation in certain ongoing matters. They said that the seriousness of his crimes warrant a substantial term of imprisonment sentencing guidelines, call for Cohen to serve between fifty one months to sixty three months in prison. A federal sentence recommendation from the special counsel's office in Washington said it would not seek any further. Sentencing beyond what prosecutors in New York had called for Bill Rakoff CBS news,

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Trump blasts Democrats for "rage-fueled resistance" to Kavanaugh nomination

WBZ Morning News

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Trump blasts Democrats for "rage-fueled resistance" to Kavanaugh nomination

"Fuel. Resistance in the battle over cabinet as he stumped for Republicans last night in Minnesota, judge Cavin will protect uphold and defend the constitution of the United States. As cavenaugh has new op-ed out in the Wall Street Journal, entitled I am an independent impartial judge and in this he promises if he's confirmed it'll be the same judge. He's been his entire career more on that from CBS's Bill Rakoff Carbonell all in the op-ed that he was very emotional last Thursday more. So he writes than he has ever been. He said, quote, I might have been too emotional at times. I know my tone was sharp, and I said a few things I should not have said, I hope everyone can understand that. I was there as a son husband and dad, I testified with five people foremost in my mind by mom, my dad, my wife, and most of all my daughter's retired supreme court Justice, John Paul Stevens says judge Cavanaugh is not qualified to sit on the court has demonstrated.

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Christine Blasi Ford, Judiciary Committee and Christine Blasi discussed on Brett Winterble

Brett Winterble

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Christine Blasi Ford, Judiciary Committee and Christine Blasi discussed on Brett Winterble

"Sorts has come and gone in the negotiations to bring Brett Kavanagh's accuser. Christine Blasi four to Capitol Hill next week to testify before the Senate Judiciary committee CBS news, Bill Rakoff reports the next move at this point belongs to Christine Blasi Ford. Republicans on the judiciary committee had asked her and her legal team to respond to their latest offer to have Ford before the committee next week. But one key sticking point Republicans on the committee want their lawyers to be able to. Question for directly Ford says through her attorneys that she will only answer questions from senators themselves, and as for cavenaugh, he's told lawmakers he's ready to testify as soon as possible to clear his name, though, Rakoff CBS news, Washington. A bigger tragedy may be developing in the Carolinas in the years to come as we find that a small percentage of those flooded out of their homes have flood insurance CBS news Manuel Bojorquez has the latest. According to a recent analysis done by the Washington Post in craven county, roughly ten percent of homeowners have flood insurance and overall only about one in ten homes and the counties hit by Florence half. Flood insurance. I think hurricane Florence is a real wakeup call for a lot of people. Unfortunately, Don mills is what FEMA if you live near water, and you don't have flood insurance. You are risking.

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Trump, Bill Rakoff and George Papadopoulos discussed on Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Trump, Bill Rakoff and George Papadopoulos discussed on Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

"George Papadopoulos. Former Trump campaign aide has been sentenced to fourteen days in jail for lying FBI agents over contracts with Russians CBS news. Correspondent Bill Rakoff? Oppa dopoulos pleaded guilty last year to making false statements about his contacts with Russian nationals and efforts to arrange that infamous meeting with the Trump campaign and representatives of the Russian government. Is the first Trump associate to plead guilty and cooperate with prosecutors in the special counsel's probe the judge also issued at ninety five hundred dollar fine and two hundred hours of community

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Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat

AM Tampa Bay

04:34 min | 3 years ago

Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat

"The Benatti spine institute ten thousand enthusiastic supporters gathered at the Florida state fairgrounds to see President Trump who gave his endorsement to Jacksonville congressman Ron Disentis. For governor welcome to Florida Mr President We thank reading from the candidate President. Trump rallied, for Rhonda Santa. Susana tough primary race for the GOP, gubernatorial nomination the president called the Santa later a proud veteran. My great friend a tough brilliant cookie Disentis seeks to fill the chair now held by Rick Scott who was also recognized by the president in his race for Democrat Bill Nelson's Senate seat, the Florida primary is set for August twenty eighth Grenell Scott, Fox News it was a blow to agriculture Commissioner and Paul county resident Adam Putnam who is the front runner and so Trump endorsed. To Santa's earlier in the day Trump addressed students. And supporters at Tampa Bay technical high school Trump says. The nation needs to invest even more resources towards job training whether you're a high school student or a late, career, worker, there's never been, a better time to learn Trade Honus skill or pursue your dreams never been a better time we've never had a better time for hiring in this country last quarter GDP, has you know grew to four point one percent and I, think it's going to go a lot higher Trump also signed into law a workforce development Bill the, devotes more funding for stem education President Trump's former. Campaign manager is on trial for Bank and tax fraud highlight of day one was the opening arguments by the. Government and by Paul manafort's defense prosecutor ZOA Sonya maintained that the former, Trump campaign chair knowingly falsified tax returns over a several year period then lied to banks about, his, income in order to fraudulently apply for loans to cover his, debt defense attorney Thomas Zony. Maintained that co-defendant gates is to blame as manafort's business guy court resumes at nine thirty this morning Bill Rakoff CBS news. At US district court in Alexandria Virginia. Northern California's deadly car fire is widening its path of destruction but. Firefighters are gaining ground Cal. Fire says the blaze burned through roughly another seven thousand acres. Overnight for a total, of about, one hundred ten thousand this is, Steve Futterman in Redding California the car fire is now Thirty percent contained this is fire crews take, advantage of much calmer winds for hundreds of families though it comes too late more than. Nine hundred homes have. Been completely destroyed nearly two hundred others. Have suffered some damage and six people have died the fire does continue to burn but it has slowed down considerably and fire officials are hopeful the worst is over firefighters helping for a break in the high winds, that have been fanning the flames under Florida's stand. Your ground law someone who claimed self defense is not required to be arrested and jailed while the investigation continues. Manila's sheriff Bob Galtieri held a news conference to address the growing outrage, over his decision not to arrest Michael Drako in the shooting death of marquees mcglockton Beasley thing, in, some respects would have been for me to arrest Drako and, kick it to the state. Attorney the easy thing is not the right thing or the legal thing to do based upon the application of in this. Case I've never done anything because it's. The easy way or what Mike call the politically expedient thing to. Do and I'm not going to start. Doing it today while Terry says the investigations far from, over and it could be weeks or months before it's complete when the tax. Bill comes next year you might be in, for a shock some thirty. Million Americans could be in for, a stressful experience next tax season that's according to congressional auditors. Who predicted twenty one percent of US taxpayers will discover their employers failed to withhold enough money from their checks under the tax laws the, GAO report says even with the changes in tax law an estimated twenty seven million Americans would be affected, Jim Chenevey CBS news Swedish police are looking for the thieves who made off, with the Royal family's crown jewels the highest went down on. Tuesday at a cathedral west of Stockholm the thieves escaped in a motorboat moored outside the nine hundred year old church. Police launched a search by land CNN air but as of now the culprits remained enlarge large the jewels to crowns and, a Royal orb date back to the early seventeenth century itself Thirty-five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a weather is next Some.

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Trump "not happy" with Fed hiking interest rates

KIRO Nights

02:34 min | 3 years ago

Trump "not happy" with Fed hiking interest rates

"That warning today from automakers dealers suppliers and members of congress they rallied at the nation's capital today. Against President Trump's plan for twenty five percent tariff on imports Mr. Trump today. Through some shade at the Federal Reserve over its interest rate hikes CBS is. Bill Rakoff reports in a rare instance of executive branch criticism the. President's expressing frustration with the. Fed saying he's worried interest rate, hikes could disrupt the economy I'm not thrilled because, you know we go up and, every time you go. Up they want to raise rates again and I don't. Really I am not happy about it in a CNBC interview Mr.. Trump says he's not worried about weighing in on fed business now I'm just saying the. Same thing that I, would, have said as a private citizen so somebody. Would say oh maybe you shouldn't say that as a president I couldn't care less what they say Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington the. White, House says the president has told national security adviser John Bolton to invite blackmail Putin. To Washington DC this, fall, that was news to the director of national. Intelligence Dan Coats when NBC asked him. About it, Vladimir Putin Yeah Okay That's going to be special. Says he still hasn't been told exactly what Mr. Trump and Putin talked about in Helsinki Pierce county, deputies say they tried to stop a motorcycle this, afternoon the, bike sped away instead and crashed seconds. Later I want her deputies arrived on a motorcycle had gone through a four-way stop any broadsided a car at a rate of speed of probably eighty to one hundred miles an. Hour no one in the car was, injured but he says the two men on that by died. Detected a Troyer says the motorcycle had been painted altered and was not registered to the two men writing it Boeing's wrapping up a winning week at the Farnborough international airshow announcing six hundred seventy three orders and commitments for. Planes that's up about one hundred compared to last year's airshow in. Paris I look at traffic now here's Tracy. Taylor so everything is back open for that. Earlier crash investigation at eighty fifth and golden given. Road so that's good news for drivers in. Tacoma not so good is the drive on? South I five around highway eighteen and working your way out towards the Puyallup river bridge again you guys are texting and tweeting at me asking, what's going on with DuPont silicon road well there's. A large brushfire that on DuPont. Silicon road it's in the vicinity of the integrity gate on Lewis north so of course traffic is, reduced down to one lane between center in a, war for, road MP's from what I understand are. Out there doing some traffic control as we look at the rest of.

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Lava bomb hit boat operated by tour company with history of lawsuits

AM Tampa Bay

03:18 min | 3 years ago

Lava bomb hit boat operated by tour company with history of lawsuits

"The day today with a high of. Ninety it's eighty degrees at NewsRadio nine seventy. WFL a President Trump. Says it was all a. Misunderstanding Trump. Says he meant to say the word wouldn't instead of wood when it comes to whether Russia meddled in US, elections the reversal comes after worldwide. Criticism when Trump sided with Vladimir Putin at the summit in Helsinki President, Putin he just, said it's not. Russia I will say. This I don't see any reason why it would be a day after seemingly throwing his intelligence community under the Boston siding with Vladimir Putin over whether Russia interfered in the two thousand sixteen, election President Trump now says he meant to say why it wouldn't be. Russia so I just wanted to clear up The strongest respect for our intelligence agencies the president also says he believes those agencies assessment that Russia did interfere in the election Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington so what did President Trump and President Putin actually talk about. In their closed-door meeting several democratic lawmakers want. To subpoena the translator. At that meeting to find. Out if. Trump was negotiating any favor of the US congress plans to ask Trump's state secretary lots of questions they're planning, to grill the secretary of state. When he testifies next week some of them even want the president's interpreter, who was in, that meeting with. Putin to testify as. Well beyond that support is growing very quickly for a Bill that would give congress the power to impose new sanctions on Russia if it interferes in the two thousand eighteen or twenty twenty, elections because many Republicans, still don't believe that the president would be as. Willing to punish Russia as they are Nancy Cortez reporting on Capitol Hill tour boats in Hawaii are. No longer allowed to travel very close to the kill away of volcano after a lava bomb injured nearly two dozen people when the ball of fire crashed into a boat Can be heard screaming in this video that captures. The moment a huge explosion of molten rock and ash blasted hundreds of feet into the, air landing on a tour boat call the. Hotspot the Lee family was hit embedded in your scalp and everything. And be heat in this team you could feel it passenger said one lava bomb was the size of a basketball smashing right through the metal roof, of the boat Christopher Lee's leg was severely burned when he fell to the deck I got covered in really hot rocks and I stayed there for maybe two seconds, and third degree burns on a lake Sardar Evans reporting in Hawaii Saint Petersburg state Senator Jeff Brandis says he's asking the Florida Department of. Transportation to be up front. With the public about the ongoing problems with these sun pass system the legal complexities al-tv ultimately we'll probably be millions and millions of dollars of damage to the state and the sooner that this gets resolved the better off everybody is and so it's The time. That the department transportation step up and and host the press conference, and answer the tough questions that go along with this type of issue son pass switch to a new system in June but there have been numerous issues customers tolls, have been suspended until recently, and now son passes starting to process millions of tolls one Orlando customers started an online petition drive asking the..

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