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Roosevelt Statue to Be Removed From Museum of Natural HIstory

WBZ Midday News

00:29 sec | 5 months 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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Museum to remove Roosevelt statue decried as white supremacy

Charlie Brennan

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Museum to remove Roosevelt statue decried as white supremacy

"Teddy Roosevelt tonight to the museum are over at least in New York where the museum of natural history is removing a statue C. B. S.'s bill Rakoff 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

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Arctic records its hottest temperature ever

This Morning: America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Arctic records its hottest temperature ever

"A place known for the big chill is now the home for some high heat your C. B. S.'s bill Rakoff the town over Korean skin Siberia features the world's widest temperature range and it recently set a new record high heat wave across the region push the temperature to around one hundred degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday or thirty eight degrees Celsius the town is located above the Arctic Circle nearly three thousand miles north of

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Pelosi urges Congress to remove Confederate statues from U.S. Capitol, Washington DC

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Pelosi urges Congress to remove Confederate statues from U.S. Capitol, Washington DC

"Did house speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling on Congress to immediately take steps to remove eleven Confederate statues from the U. S. capitol correspondent bill Rakoff with more of the emotional plea from George Floyd's brother on Capitol Hill this is twenty twenty enough is enough alone is Floyd the brother of George Floyd told members of the house Judiciary Committee that lawmakers have a responsibility to make sure that his brother's death at the hands of Minneapolis police was not in vain I couldn't take care of joy that day he was killed but maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Lawmakers CBS is bill Rakoff live Babbitt felonious Floyd the brother of George floored tearfully told lawmakers on the house Judiciary Committee that is family cries every day and asks why his brother had to die he said lawmakers have the chance to do something right people of all backgrounds genders and races have come together to demand change on a dam on a George Floyd told lawmakers it's twenty twenty and enough is enough bill ray Cobb CBS news the Minneapolis chief of police says he plans to bring in outside experts to examine how the contract with the police officers federation can be restructured to provide transparency chief Medaria Arradondo says there immediately withdrawing from contract negotiations with the union history is being written now and I'm determined to make sure that we on the right side of history despite the continued spread of the corona virus star Steven Portnoy reports president trump is eager to get back on the campaign trail a trailer style video produced by the trump campaign promises the return of rallies this month the president hasn't held forth in front of a packed arena since early March it's still not clear when or where the first rally amid the pandemic will take place whether it will be inside or outside whether they'll be any efforts to enforce or even encourage mask wearing but we're told a drive in rally has been ruled out as has a voters for trump flotilla a former federal judge tapped to review the justice department's motion to dismiss charges against Michael Flynn says he should be sentenced for perjury former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson basically he took on the justice department head on and said that the judge in this case judge Sullivan should not dismiss the charges against Flynn reporter Sabrina queue but is in Georgia on major issues the state had yesterday at the polls a meltdown is how Tuesday's Georgia primary is being described secretary state bred rapper's burgers as voting was not as chaotic as it appeared he singled out Fulton County home to ten percent of the state's population is wanted to stand out there like a really bad apple George center David Perdue says it's not just Fulton though get six or seven or eight calories right around Atlanta the hallways of the problem the secretary state is investigating even as the house opens a probe of what went wrong Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta the New York Philharmonic.

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What Relaunching the Church Might Look Like

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:33 sec | 6 months ago

What Relaunching the Church Might Look Like

"Update what will turn out to be like this first summer holiday weekend and peaches and parks are open and at houses of worship which president trump demands be open now I'm bill Rakoff ask me of the movie jaws where the bear and the businessman were eager to be open each pastors like Larry Hawkins of the union Baptist church in Pascagoula Mississippi say while he and his parishioners would love to be back in church he's not going to re open just yet it right now I could not make the politics of driving looks right now the state rabbi

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Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo vetting to be running mate

Sean Hannity

00:27 sec | 6 months ago

Biden asks Amy Klobuchar to undergo vetting to be running mate

"Hard Joe Biden search for a woman to fill out the democratic presidential ticket is moving into a new phase CBS's bill Rakoff with the latest CBS news can confirm the Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar was asked by the biting campaign to undergo vetting for potential running mates slot also confirm that new Hampshire senator Jeanne Shaheen was also asked but she declined to move forward previously Biden said his list of women politicians he's considering is around a

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Trump still confident in virus test despite false negatives

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Trump still confident in virus test despite false negatives

"Earlier Friday food and drug administration commissioner Steven Hahn discussed inaccuracies with the Abbott labs Colbert nineteen test which is used at the White House president trump has defended it CBS's bill Rakoff joins us to explain Dr money's talking about this abit test that can be done on site and apparently coming back occasionally with some false negatives he stressed that that's not always the case but it is a false negative now the FDA's been saying all along as they've been using emergency use use authorizations and they have to go back and revisit revisit re visit to make sure that you know there aren't any problems so he said this is in the course of that and so they're working with abit to try to find solutions so the false negatives aren't as big a deal but they said they don't want to pull it because they say it's still ineffective as for the most part just want to get the bugs are ironed out of it so what happens if someone has this habit test and if that if that if the doctors think that it might be positive but the abit test turns up negative what are they supposed to do a doctor Han's advice to medical professionals is if you give this testing comes back with a negative but you still have a suspicion of Hobart nineteen then it might be better to do a second test or maybe even a separate tests that might be available to you so you said do some back up on it while working out

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Pelosi says House will take up coronavirus relief bill on Friday

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Pelosi says House will take up coronavirus relief bill on Friday

"CBS's bill Rakoff tells us the house of representatives is due to vote today on the latest virus relief package this is one of the broadest deals that we've ever seen come before the Congress it's three trillion dollars worth of relief for state and local governments mortgage and rent payers and lots more house speaker Nancy Pelosi on M. S. N. B. C. this will make a remarkable difference for them two of the defray the cost of the corona virus but Republicans largely oppose the bill saying they want to make sure the trillions of dollars already in the relief pipeline are being spent efficiently before they put any more money

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Sen. Richard Burr temporarily steps aside as Senate Intelligence chairman, citing FBI probe of his stock trading

Chad Hartman

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Sen. Richard Burr temporarily steps aside as Senate Intelligence chairman, citing FBI probe of his stock trading

"Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell says Richard Burr will step aside as chairman of the intelligence committee the North Carolina Republican is under investigation for stock trades ahead of the Wall Street turmoil in March is the virus outbreak gains steam CBS's bill Rakoff senator Byrd turned over his phone agents after they served a search warrant on him it is Washington residents CBS news has confirmed the department of justice is examining stock transactions that Burr made shortly after lawmakers were briefed on the concerns of the cove in nineteen virus senator Burr has said he did nothing wrong president trump commented on it moments ago I know nothing about it No I never discussed it with anybody that that's

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House CANCELS returning to work next week because Washington D.C. remains a hotspot

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:35 sec | 7 months ago

House CANCELS returning to work next week because Washington D.C. remains a hotspot

"In a surprise move some house leaders say members will not be returning to Washington next week here's bill Rakoff Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says the reversal of yesterday's decision to return on may fourth follows a consultation with the house physician lawyer said as that with the still rising covert nineteen trends in DC and surrounding communities it's better to keep people out of the capital for now at last word the Republican controlled Senate still plans to return on Monday Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said that he considers lawmakers essential to the corona virus recovery that they should be in their offices and on the job

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | 7 months ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Bill Rakoff Republicans like house minority leader Kevin McCarthy accused Democrats of playing politics by holding up the four hundred and eighty four billion dollar bill for two weeks now is not the moment to say let's hold something up even if somebody's going to be punished a Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says even Democrats didn't get everything they wanted such as more funding for state and local governments we want to do it this bill but those of you argue for delay I will bet you you're gonna vote in the next tranche for additional state and local help build Rakoff CBS news the corona virus outbreak continues to manifest itself in the job losses four point four million in the last week alone correspondent may only rhythm corona virus shut downs first hit restaurant workers and others in the service industry now layoffs are rippling through the economy with more white collar workers and health care professionals losing jobs four point four million Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week that brings the total number of jobs lost in five weeks to approximately twenty six million CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger here's the fear among economists that if we go back to quickly to work that we are more likely to see a second leg down and what's really critical about a second leg down is that it's harder for consumers and businesses to come out of that second leg in today's briefing president trump highlighted the better news out of the virus fight in twenty three states new cases have declined the big week forty percent of American counties have also seen a rapid decline in new cases are there is a dark cloud inside that silver lining CDS is mulling a virus hot spots remain today Massachusetts hit more than three thousand cases in a day a new record our primary concern is heightened state laws in New York hospitalizations continue to drop but the governor said today preliminary results from antibody tests into Kate fourteen percent of people showed evidence of past infection a projection that some two point seven million new Yorkers may have had the virus the death toll is up to.

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Democrats and Republicans at a standoff over next coronavirus stimulus package

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Democrats and Republicans at a standoff over next coronavirus stimulus package

"The small business administration loan program has stopped accepting applications has no more money after maxing out at its three hundred forty nine billion dollar limit now Republicans and Democrats are pointing fingers over who's to blame your CBS's bill Rakoff as the paycheck protection program runs out of money to loan small businesses Republicans like house minority leader Kevin McCarthy say it's the Democrats fault for blocking legislation last week to fund the program K. cannot understand after watching another five million get unemployed as speaker Pelosi continues to say now but house speaker Nancy Pelosi says while Democrats also support the PPP there are other priorities more funding for the hospital and for the state and local governments

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Trump responds to accusations his coronavirus response was too slow

Red Eye Radio

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Trump responds to accusations his coronavirus response was too slow

"President trump is responding to reports suggesting that he acted too slowly at the start of the coronavirus crisis he says he did not pointing to is restricting travel into the U. S. from China when I did actor was criticized by Nancy Pelosi was Libby Joe Biden I was criticized by everybody checked out was called xenophobic I was asking Biden to pleased to find that for me I was cold other things by Democrats is there a rift between Mr trump and Dr Anthony Fauci here's CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff the president raised dies when he shared a tweet from somebody who called for Dr Anthony Fauci is removal but administration sources tell CBS news that the idea that Mr trump is displeased with found she is overblown and that neither found she nor his status on the coronavirus task force is in any jeopardy covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. now tops twenty three

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Bill Rakoff with us on KRLD it's eight fifteen road work on loop twelve in Irving is slowing down some traffic there will get you an update on traffic and weather together on the gates coming up next unfortunately will get worse before it gets better the battle against corona virus happening that we've never seen before in this country the information is changing by the minute it was all of that being said the countries come together like I've never seen it before stay connected on DFW is news station newsradio ten eighty KRLD Mike Rogers here for the experts at blue nail roof things here that word a lot experts but what is it really me but to me it's pretty simple this means doing a good job at a fair price well that's what my wife and I got when we called blue nail after that big hail storm last father's day it really tore up our route and you know what we talked with three other companies too but in the end Lou nail was the easy call for us and that by the way was before they ask me to endorse them they just made things so easy for us from beginning to end for one thing they dealt with our insurance company for that JYJ because no one wants that on their plate and and rest assured they're going to get you every penny you have coming as for the work and our house looks as good as it's ever looked and I know yours will too whether it's a storm damage or maybe it's just time for a new roof here's another reason to get blue nail call their team members are following all preventive measures recommended by the CDC to ensure the health of their employees and you and your family from health monitoring the social distancing video conferences electronic.

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House passes $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, sends it to Trump

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

House passes $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, sends it to Trump

"In what seemed like the blink of an eye the house has just passed the two trillion dollar relief measure designed to bolster the corona virus battered economy the latest from CBS's bill Rakoff the motion is adopted bipartisan voice vote signaled the end of the sometimes rocky road for the legislation in Congress house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer this legislation represents a bipartisan result while a majority of Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the bill a small group including Colorado's can Buck oppose the measure as president trump said we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself lawmakers are already talking about what should be in fourth relief package

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Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Signs $2 Trillion Relief Bill

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Coronavirus Live Updates: Trump Signs $2 Trillion Relief Bill

"In what seemed like the blink of an eye the house has just passed the two trillion dollar relief measure designed to bolster the coronavirus battered economy the latest from CBS's bill Rakoff the motion is adopted bipartisan voice vote signaled the end of the sometimes rocky road for the legislation in Congress house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer this legislation represents a bipartisan results while a majority of Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the bill a small group including Colorado's can Buck oppose the measure as president trump said we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself lawmakers are already talking about what should be in fourth relief

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The Senate has failed to advance a coronavrius aid bill as talks continue

Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

The Senate has failed to advance a coronavrius aid bill as talks continue

"The Senate is still trying to come to an agreement on the third coronavirus relief package but two attempts to move the bill toward a final vote have failed more from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says that Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's push for cloture vote isn't indicative of the real status of things Schumer says he's been in constant talks with treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin all day and that both sides are close to a deal Schumer says he still expects to be able to vote on a bill today meanwhile in the house speaker Nancy Pelosi is introducing her own bill that would either have to be reconciled with a Senate bill if and when it passes or be put aside all

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Senate again fails to advance Coronavirus bill as deal remains elusive

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 8 months 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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Distilleries are making hand sanitizer to combat coronavirus

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Distilleries are making hand sanitizer to combat coronavirus

"Georgia spirits maker responding to the corona virus outbreak in a unique way as we hear from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff remember in World War two when car manufacturers stop building vehicles and built tanks for the war effort instead well flash forward to twenty twenty when the old fourth ward distillery in Atlanta so the shortage of hand sanitizer and decided to do something about it the company has transition for the time being to being a hand sanitizer factory pumping out nearly fifty gallons of the stuff they say even local EMS and fire departments are calling to get their hands on the

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Trump, coronavirus and the politics of a pandemic

WBZ Afternoon News

01:47 min | 9 months 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 NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:30 min | 9 months ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"B. S. bill Rakoff in our nation's capital bill good morning good morning to you live from the capitol rotunda itself I'm the only one sitting in here because everybody else slept in like a good person well I'm glad you're there because everywhere we go you're hearing on multiple levels I mean from entertainers bands not traveling anymore to people not wanting to eat Chinese food I mean it's crazy on one hand but this week the president named the vice president to lead this task force for our government on the corona virus and what he can do I don't know with the C. D. C. what is the latest in Washington so worry what the president said he wanted to do is to have a whole of government approach to this and so he wasn't taking away from the efforts of the CDC the director of health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar who remains chairman of this government task force but one Mike pence brings to the table they say is the over reaching number all of that's going to bring everybody together if there's assistance is needed from the state department or perhaps somebody else another department you know he's got the ability to reach across and get into those other offices and bring people into the discussion so that's what they say prince brings to the table with us but they say essentially the task force which is already been at work for a couple of weeks now several weeks back hasn't changed there are made to move forward and pressing the agency's aides are said yesterday that the FDA is already approved a diagnostic test in the laboratory for corona virus and they're working to develop a bedside one so if you're in the hospital they could do an instant check so they say a backseat is probably a couple of months off it would be a little bit longer after that before they could mass produce it get it out to the people but they say there's progress in trying to keep this thing from becoming a huge problem in this country well as you know yesterday single biggest drop on Wall Street in nine years four and a half percent over a thousand points the international global markets on the hysteria over this and this is day after day after day I'm not sure what they could hear that would change that right now yeah and you know the the the focus on our markets it's a reaction to the coronavirus overseas because this is taking a serious hit in some of these countries you've been saying the reports were you know airlines are shutting down and China's airline industry has been crippled by the US there either so fewer flights coming out of China now than there were just a couple weeks ago and fewer flights coming in so you when you think about that that affects all kinds of things from tourism all the way down the fuel and other goods when it comes to trade so what they're worried about is not so much the impact here in the United States right away but they are watching around the world and it's going to be the world's supply chain that could be threatened by this in the short term what's been the reaction of the politicians in Washington are senators and congressmen and women to this because I know everybody's kind of jockeying for a position to have one yeah and that's that's customary around here if you won't find any issue where there isn't somebody trying to jockey for political position on this and this is certainly no different you hear all the right things from Senate and house democratic and Republican leaders that this is a bipartisan issue with the bicameral issue they need to work together on this we need to come up with a solution but at the same time you get the Democrats blasting the White House for what they say is just an incompetent response to this so far you've got the Republicans say shooting back saying you know I don't think we really need to be throwing names out of we're trying to do a bipartisan thing here but look we're willing to work with that Democrats have complained Larry that the two point five billion dollar initial request from the White House for coronavirus funding was are real low ball and it's going to be much more than that the White House responses what that was just for this fiscal year we'll talk with you guys are willing to give us more money sure we'll take it if it's needed so they're trying it you can see efforts to try to bridge the gaps here but you know some things can't be helped in this town partisan politics is one of them were with del Rey Costa live in Washington inside the returned in Capitol Hill so bill while we have you a side bar to that since you were part of the family hearing KDKA radio you know we're getting ready for our big centennial November second which ironically was a presidential election and the returns but we have this our hometown heroes event on March twenty sixth I wanted to mention to you we recognize five otherwise ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things and not expecting anything in return and it's always a very very powerful evening then broadcast legend Jack Bogut will be there and we just announced Craig Patrick who was the assistant coach on the nineteen eighty U. S. gold medal winning U. S. hockey team will be there for a little Q. and a and I'm like I don't know what your schedule like we would love to have you come in for a while I'm sure I'm sure we could probably work it out so long as we don't have the virus institutional crisis up here or anything like that but I'd love to do it and Craig Patrick is young just a tremendous honoree for one of these things to come in and speak in mind away let me tip my cap to you personally because I watched you do this for the last few years and I think it's one of the best things going in Pittsburgh to pay attention to people who wouldn't normally get the attention that they deserve because they kind of askew it so plants off to you my brother for doing this all these years and shining a light work needs to be shown well I appreciate that and you're part of the team we gotta we gotta get you involved one way or another as we get ready to celebrate one hundred years and before you go a week from Monday the battle begins Kevin battle who is in New York City right now but he's a Pittsburgh will join me on the KDKA radio morning show you'll know cabinet you worked with him around him near him yeah I worked with him in Washington for a little while and he is he's as advertised man he's going to be great it's gonna be great to have a back home on the radio you know he's got some radio roots in this town and at some other places as well like and I think once the listeners yeah get all A. on my I mean Hillary your days could be numbered I'm just gonna put a gas tax that's exactly what I wanted to hear on a Friday it wasn't too strong with the week before the new guy comes to thanks at all no dirt come on give us something nothing you know what he's a nice guy and he's just one of those guys that you really can't find anything bad to say about it because well we'll see about the employees we'll see about that I know you'll work on him we appreciate you coming on with us and we're really proud of the work you do for CBS and great to have you in the family thank you brother I appreciated hide everybody back home all right bill ray Goss lives in the rotunda in our nation's capital on Capitol Hill and disk Institute of Pittsburgh news line seven forty five KDKA radio triple a traffic.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:47 min | 10 months ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"I'm bill Rakoff the department of justice is filing for temporary restraining orders against US telecom carriers allegedly facilitating hundreds of millions of scam robo calls Americans are losing millions of dollars a year because of the calls which usually originate in India and the most common scam according to CBS is Anna Warner is social security fraud the Social Security Administration says it's got more than a hundred and fifteen thousand complaints about the social security scam now some people like we never lost money but this you tell a woman and her husband lost more than most Americans make in a year it truly is embarrassing I'm embarrassed I'm really embarrassed Michelle Anderson and her husband Kyle a Utah state representative say they know many people won't be able to believe they became victims of the social security scam but they say the fact they did means others need a warning maybe it happened to us so that we can help others the scam started in December when Michelle says she got calls like this one your social has been found some suspicious for committing fraudulent activities claiming her social security number had been compromised and have been used to set up multiple bank accounts associated with a drug cartel she says a man claiming to be a D. E. A. investigator then set her family was in danger he continued to talk to me about the danger that my family was and if I didn't cooperate that these people were very dangerous that they were watching me that I needed to do what I was told telling and not tell anyone not only that she says he told her she needed to transfer all the money in the family's bank accounts to an off shore account that would be safe before the fraudulent accounts were seized or she would lose all of their money to prove it he center this what he said was a warrant for her arrest for drug trafficking and money laundering that would be used if she didn't show full cooperation so I drove to the credit union and I transferred all of our money into your checking how we had CD's hi I catch them and I pay the penalties all told after a week's time she wired one hundred fifty thousand dollars to the crooks it was only after the scammer Astor to take out a mortgage on their home that the light finally dawned she told her husband something awful had happened and she said I have I have given away every penny that we have I feel like throwing up you know I just I mean I just felt this is got punch and I felt sick I was asked by someone how could you be so stupid but at the time that I was going through it it was very real that's our population ages that the matter is only going to get worse seniors have lost nearly thirty eight million dollars to the scam says senator Susan Collins I've been times our seniors are embarrassed when they realize that they've been ripped off and they're too ashamed to admit that I had that they've lost out their life savings to a scammer they shouldn't be embarrassed they should report that as the Anderson say they'll survive the dollar loss but others may not we don't want anyone else to go through this a lot of people since this has happened to us have gotten those calls and called us and said I just got a social security call what should I do and we say hang up that is the thing to do just hang up but these spam calls just got even scarier the F. B. I. put out a warning yesterday saying the crooks are now spoofing the F. B. I.'s phone number to run scans so when they call it looks like they're calling from the FBI.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:29 min | 11 months 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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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Bill Rakoff reports see in the house intelligence committee report chairman Adam Schiff says the evidence is clear that president trump use the power of his office to pressure Ukraine into announcing investigations into Joe Biden and the twenty sixteen election report says the president abuse the power of his office for both personal and political gain at the expense of national security this is not about Ukraine this is about where the American people have a right to expect that the president I space is going to act in their interests next up for the probe the house Judiciary Committee takes up the matter Wednesday bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill ready to eat sushi salads in spring rolls sold by major retailers across much of the country being recalled by Fuji food products due to possible Listeria contamination the products were sold at an array of chains including trader Joe's food lion and seven eleven and thirty one states and DC the FDA says the items maybe tainted by Listeria the potential problem was discovered during a routine inspection at Fuji's Brockton Massachusetts plant which has been closed until an investigation is complete Gary non CBS news she's out it is with deep regret but also with the deep gratitude that I am suspending our campaign today first term senator Kamel Harris won't be running in twenty twenty on the democratic ticket she says the campaign just did not have the money to continue political analysts from the university of Virginia Larry Sabato her candidacy really wasn't going anywhere and just hanging around hoping that lightning strikes is not good enough sixteen Democrats remain Google's co founders will step down as CEO and president respectively of alphabet the internet giant's parent company CBS news technology consultant Larry maggot alphabet CEO Larry page and his co founder if they're gay brand who served as president step down from the company at a time of turmoil Google is still profitable but if having some challenges both in the market place and in the political landscape given all of the scrutiny on big pack around privacy election interference and other issues the pair created Google in nineteen ninety eight while students at Stanford cameras caught Canadian prime minister Trudeau French president McCall and U. K. prime minister Johnson seemingly talking about president trump before his arrival at Buckingham Palace.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I'm bill Rakoff families of those killed when a gunman opened fire at a Walmart in el Paso Texas one week ago today are gathering at funerals on each side of the U. S. Mexican border meantime funerals are scheduled today for six of the nine people who were killed in Sunday's attack outside of Dayton Ohio nightclub changes the gun laws could be coming at least to hear politicians tell it more from CBS news correspondent Sam let's see here in the wake of several mass shootings president trump is signaling he's open to expanding background checks for gun buyers but the mega Garcia with the league of United Latin American citizens who is a big step needs to be taken now what we're asking is I'm not like them on all military assault rifles A. R. fifteen A. K. forty sevens these are weapons of mass destruction whose sole intent is to mass kill people court papers indicate the suspected mass shooter in el Paso Texas is confess telling police he was targeting Mexicans Sam would singer CBS news the hunt continues for a man to escape to West Tennessee prison this week keli McAlister is with the Tennessee bureau of investigation we understand that there's a lot of frustration out there right now as we are in the third day of our search for this very violent fugitive Curtis once it is said to have escaped on the same tractor that he used to mow prison grounds fifty seven people of reported to have been killed today following a fuel tanker explosion and more agora Tanzania it's been another round of missile tests by North Korea as BBC correspondent Peter Goffin reports there reports from the US military that North Korea was testing short range ballistic missiles now these are not nuclear weapons but they are part of a pattern of weapons testing by North Korea this is the fifth time in less than a month the north Korean military has launched missiles are rockets into the sea of Japan and there's a feeling that North Korea wants to show it's able to strike South Korea China is dismissing Hong Kong pro democracy protesters as clowns and criminals there bemoaning growing violence those surrounding the months long demonstrations there but still Beijing showing no signs of preparing for any major crackdown at least thirteen people have been killed and more than a million forced from their homes as typhoon Leica has hit China sixteen people are missing after a landslide was triggered by that storm a power outage in the UK affecting a million people and causing travel chaos on Friday the B. B. C.'s Greg mackenzie reporting from London's can cross rail station that was seen as a I got really frustrated shouldn't just outside the station it was hundreds if not thousands of people just wanting also the police even have to be coerced to control.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 1 year 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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"bill rakoff" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Reporting I'm 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 a 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 lead the peppers it's were nine people died what a twenty four year old gunman opened fire with a high powered rifle sadness hurt 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 the 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 the long 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 we're not going to reactivate we monitor watching closely and we're cognizant of what's happened he said he will speak to his counterparts in Japan and South Korea about North Korea during his upcoming visit to both countries I think the key is to keep the door open for diplomacy but he said the US has no plans to scale back military exercises with South Korea as exercises have angered Pyongyang Cammy McCormick CBS news the panic Hong Kong's been quiet today after a day and night of chaotic protests that left traffic paralyzed and saw demonstrators attacking police stations protesters want an independent inquiry into alleged police brutality democratic reform in the resignation of leader Carrie lam your CBS's Deborah potter in Beijing the protesters were warned not to mistake restraint for weakness they also said that attempts to fourth carry them to resign believe no way and that they were having a serious impact on Hong Kong's economy overseas stocks were down today over fears mainly that the trade war between the United States and China will harm the global economy on Wall Street though futures are pointing upwards after yesterday's seven hundred sixty seven point drop this is CBS news did you.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 1 year 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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"bill rakoff" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Bill Rakoff, CBS news, Washington. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average dropping two hundred thirty eight points or just under one percent to twenty five thousand three forty seven. Now this. Imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying, really capital. One is building something better. You can open a Capital, One savings account with one of the nation's best savings rates from anywhere lake here or here. Or here one of the nation's best savings rates opened online at a capitol, one location or from anywhere. That's banking. Reimagined within your wallet for consumers only offered by Capital, One NA member FDIC, copyright twenty thousand Capital One. Saturday's the day, if you're thinking about building a new home, you owe it to yourself to tour West Chester modular homes factory, this Saturday from ten to three Westchester an industry leader of custom build energy-efficient modular homes of exceptional quality for a limited time only Westchester is offering a dream kitchen. Upgrade to Maryland. Classic series cabinets, absolutely free for a new home, or vacation home anywhere from the wooded hills of New England to the shores of New Jersey. Come meet the builders this Saturday and see the quality built into every Westchester home Westchester. Also specializes in tear down rebuilds and second story. Additions for directions to the factory and wing Dale, New York, click onto Westchester modular dot com or call eight hundred eight three two three eight eight that. Eight hundred eight three to thirty eight eighty eight. The factory is conveniently located one half hour from Danbury Connecticut.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:03 min | 1 year 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 Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Fine. Bill Rakoff in for Steve Dorsey this week and joining us from the White House's CBS news Justice correspondent, Paula Reid. We're talking about the release of the mullahs report a lot of politics this week going on about the we'll get to that in just a second. But interesting filing from former presidential attorney Michael Cohen this week saying he's got a whole lot of extra information. He has to give the congressional authority and forgive me. If there's some skepticism of by some people, but some are wondering about the timing of this a month before he's supposed to report to prison nitrite with just thirty days to go before he reports to prison. Michael Cohen sent a letter to lawmakers letting them know that he has accessed a hard drive that apparently contains about fourteen million files, and he says he's willing to help them go through them. He's only gone through about one percent of them. So far includes images voicemails, possibly other recordings. But he says look I'm going to prison if you want my help with this perhaps we can get my sentence delayed or reduced not on federal prosecutors are going to go this no matter what lawmakers say 'cause they have criticized Coen's cooperation as being incomplete. The mullahs report is we mentioned is getting a lot of attention because of the action on the hill this week House Judiciary authorized chairman Jerry Nadler to be able to subpoena the attorney general for the report itself in any other surrounding evidence, and that sort of thing Republicans mad about that saying look the man's agreed to turn over the report the men degree to come before congress. Why are we going through this dog and pony show? Paula why did they go through this dog and pony show? Well, Democrats have renewed their focus on the Russia investigation of this week. You've seen him sort of escalate their overall investigations into all things Trump as you said they were trying to subpoena. The full Muller report. There is a belief that there could be politically damaging information in there. While the special counsel found no evidence of collusion. There was open question on obstruction of Justice. And now based on anonymous reports from several news outlets democratic leaders are seizing on this idea that perhaps the attorney general withheld some information that could be damaging to the president. And they want to get it. But the fact is the attorney general he's been working on a redacted version of the report he says it'll release that in mid April. And at this point, no judge is going to seriously consider a subpoena for this report until at least the attorney general has had a chance to release that redacted version and bar is gonna be on Capitol Hill next week, not necessarily about the Muller report for budget reasons. But it's a sure bet that he's going to face questions anyway. Yes. Absolutely. In a lot of folks, maybe were a little surprised that they didn't try to reschedule. This lawmakers may not be able to get as much out of him on the Muller probe because they don't yet have. And they're unlikely to have the redacted report and he's only been on on the job. For a few weeks now. So he's spending a lot of his time preparing for this hearing, not necessarily working on that redacted report. I absolutely expect. He will face a firing squad of questions about the special counsel investigation. As part of this overall effort by Democrats to renew focus and really doubled down in their efforts on the Russia investigation. But it's unclear how much he's actually going to be able to share with lawmakers before he releases reducted report CBS's Paula Reed. This is the weekend roundup. The debate is intensified in recent years over the electoral college in which delegates elected by their states cast, the deciding votes for president in the wake of the two thousand sixteen election were Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, but lost Donald Trump who won the electoral vote. Many Democrats are pushing to eliminate the electoral college, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren running for president is one of them. We can have national voting, and that means get rid of the electoral college. Steve Scott is one of the anchors that are great CBS affiliate WCBS in New York. He explores the pros and cons of the electoral college with former Reagan White House counsel, Peter j Wallison now at the American Enterprise Institute, Mr. Wallison, we thank you for joining us in. We'll start with us. What is the best argument for keeping the electoral college system? I think actually the best argument is that it creates legitimacy that no other system can create. Let's think about it in terms of hey, Bill Clinton's election. He never did win a majority of the popular vote. He always had Bo forty eight forty seven percent of the vote, but he won enough electoral vote that there was never any question about whether he was the president and the legitimacy of the president is very very important that of course, is one of the issues that we've been talking about. Now for two years because of the challenges to President Trump, but we can't dismiss that the question of legitimacy to the American people believed if the president would be legit legitimately elected. And he is when he gets two hundred seventy electoral votes for more than he has seen by the American people as the president and vitally important another advantage. I think of the electoral college is that it creates in effect our two party system because it is necessary for a person who is running to assemble two hundred seventy electoral vote that requires that we have a two party system because only a two party system can produce one candidate who get at least two hundred seventy electoral vote. How would you counter? Those who say listen. The candidate with most votes in the country should be elected president, whether a majority or plurality if I get ten more votes than you. I win. Well, the only way to deal with that question is to think about what would happen if we didn't have the electoral college, if we just had the candidate who receives the most popular votes become president. What would happen in a case? Like that is that we wouldn't have two party system because any party could then elect a president a with much less than a even something close to charity with much less than say forty seven forty eight percent of the vote the electoral college was established in seventeen eighty eight. Could it if nothing else be spruced up a bit changed a little maybe allow proportional distribution of votes rather than winner-take-all in the states? Yes, you could. But again, the same problem with probably. Arise as occurs in a case where you have seven or eight or nine parties running with special issues. We do not have a parliamentary kind of system where we can put together several parties into some kind of majority. We have a system where we have to elect a president with a who is acting alone, and is elected hopefully, by in a system that allows most of the American people to believe that he has been or she has been constitutionally, democratically elected, and that's what the electoral system does former.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Correspondent Bill Rakoff tells us what happened to comedy says the outages were reported on its side as well as some of its other platforms including Instagram and messenger seen at editor in chief and chair normally Facebook is very reliable the website rarely goes down. And it's just not something that we're used to seeing especially for a prolonged amount of time share says nobody has any idea what caused the problem yet. But Facebook does confirm that the outage is not the result of any malicious action. Bill Rakoff CBS news. The mayor of San Jose reaffirms a long held stands about notifying ice about violent felons following the brutal murder of a San Jose. A woman KCBS has mortgage Schaefer reports the mayor and other city and county officials want changes in policy mayor Sandler, LA Cardo is an advocate for immigrant rights. He's also frustrated by the violent killing of Bambi Larson allegedly by twenty four year old Carlos are Vala Carranza. No one wants to see a horrible tragedy. Like this happen, certainly not at the hands of an documented immigrant because then it paints the rest of the community in a way that is wholly inaccurate and unjustified. And it could be avoided if the county's simply made it clear exception to the policy when they've got a violent predatory fell and made a phone call to federal authorities and those case he asked for a Santa Clara county policy change for years ago, following the death of Kate Steinle since then the ninth circuit court of appeals has ruled counties cannot hold an undocumented immigrant on an ice detainers, we're not asking anyone to be held a minute longer than the constitution. What allow we're simply asking that. There be communication. If you've got someone arrested on the violent predatory filming. It's the policy endorsed by the San Jose police chief, the Santa Clara county district attorney, and the Santa Clara county sheriff Margie Schaefer KCBS. Vallejo police chief announces his retirement Andrew Madurai will step down on April thirtieth city officials say that he will stay on board to help recruit his successor Badu is also benishi police chief from twenty ten until two thousand fourteen when he took the job in Vallejo. During the dues ten-year Valeo PD has been criticized for three officer involved fatal shootings between two thousand seventeen and nineteen and an assault on a man who was recording a traffic stop in his driveway. Former deputy director of the FBI Andrew McCabe is on a book tour and made a stop today in San Francisco KCBS a gentle aim reports on his visit Andrew McCabe spoke to a sold out Commonwealth club about his decades of service in the FBI. But audience members like Sarah were most interested in his final days with the bureau like most people here in San Francisco.

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill. The logical liar. Congressman Paul gosar with the tone of Republicans who spent today calling Donald Trump's former personal attorney a liar with no credibility. Michael Cohen came before the house oversight committee apologizing for lying to congress. I came to protect Mr. Trump. Today. I'm here to tell the truth about Mr. tr Cohen testified that President Trump knew about the Hillary Clinton WikiLeaks Email dump before it happened. And that he was involved in the Trump Tower Moscow project deep into the presidential campaign at the same time. I was actively negotiating in Russia for him. He would look me in the eye and tell me there's no Russian business and then go on to lie to the American people. And there were fireworks like this exchange between ranking Republican Jim Jordan and Cohen debated a member of congress saying I really didn't do anything wrong with the false Bank things that I'm guilty of going to prison for Mr. Troy, that's not. That's not what you said. And you know, that that's not what I said. Shame on you. Mr. Jordan going isn't done you'll make his third Capitol Hill appearance tomorrow when he goes behind closed doors before the house intelligence committee. I'm Bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill now with more CBS news. Here's Pam Coulter. President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong UN broke brand ahead of their big summit meeting in Vietnam. CBS's? Steven Portnoy reports seated at dinner with Kim Jong President Trump said he believes his talks with the North Korean leader will be very successful..

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"bill rakoff" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"bill rakoff" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"President Bill Rakoff thousands of ordinary Americans are expected to file past president George H W Bush Bush's casket, but interspersed among them will be groups of people forever tied to the forty first president including beneficiaries of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which Mr Bush signed into law and military veterans from the successful operation Desert Storm campaign to remove Saddam Hussein's Iraqi army from Kuwait Mr Bush's state funeral is Wednesday in DC followed by his burial Thursday in Texas, the tariff tit for tat between China and the US has been put on hold for now. Correspondent we judging says in three months time that may change president announced that tariffs on Chinese products. That were set to rise to twenty five percent on January. First will be frozen at ten percent. Instead, Mr. Trump said China would remove it's forty percent tax on US cars and resume buying US. Soybeans sales have plummeted since the president impose tariffs earlier this year. President Trump tweeted farmer. Will be a very big and fast beneficiary, but official statements from the Chinese made no mention of these concessions a child was killed and dozens more hurt when a charter bus carrying a youth football team rolled off an interstate twenty six children between the ages of nine and thirteen were admitted to the Arkansas children's hospital in Little Rock. Dr Todd Maxine injuries to the skull and brain lots of lacerations, lots of broken bones. Lots of contusions the bus was carrying a youth football team back home to Memphis Tennessee from a weekend tournament in Dallas, Texas. Jim Krasula, CBS news, northern California. Families who survived wildfires are sending their children back to school for the first time in nearly enough paradise unified school district lost four of its nine schools to the flames superintendent, Michelle John vast majority of our teachers have lost their homes also. So we have been working with them on trauma. We brought in the top people from across the nation to work with. Our teachers, so our teachers can work with our kids. The fire killed at least eighty eight people and destroyed more than thirteen thousand homes. Call Claudette Kolata says airport workers left his wheelchair bound, mom alone. After her flight was canceled in Chicago the gate agent. The flight was on time. Everything's okay. And also good will take good care of your mom..

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