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"bill ray" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington, One of President Trump's most trusted advisors is leaving. CBS is Steve Futterman reports. Kellyanne Conway came on board the Trump campaign in August. 26. Stain, and she stayed with Mr Trump. When he moved into the White House. She was outspoken at times in 2017 talking about alternative facts. You're saying it's a falsehood, and they're giving Sean Spicer, our press secretary. Gave alternative facts to that. Now she is leaving for family reasons. Conway says she and her husband, George, are both making changes to spend more time with their Children. In her statement, Conway says she is grateful to President Trump. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS The FDA is giving emergency approval for the use of convalescent plasma to treat some covert 19 patients. This is a Powerful therapy. That transfused is very, very strong antibodies from the blood of recovered patients to help treat patients battling a current infection. But CBS medical consultant Dr David Egas tempers the president's enthusiasm somewhat. It's been trying in over 70,000 patients as part of an expanded access program led by Mayo Clinic here in the United States. And the data are showing some benefit, although it's not clear in a randomized way that it's making people live longer or better, necessarily. The Gulf Coast is trying to reason with hurricane season is not one but two tropical storms move closer to land. CBS's Janet Shamlian reports dangerous and unprecedented situation for a wide swath of the Gulf Coast and they are getting ready by ordering mandatory evacuations. In some of the most vulnerable, low lying areas. In addition, oil producers are shutting down some offshore rigs, cruise air cleaning drains and pumping drainage canals. There's a run on supplies. High winds and more. Lightning, meanwhile, are expected in Northern California through Monday, as crews battle those wildfires in the region. Unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, tonight is a man was shot by police officer praying for that family, regardless of the situation. Bystander video shows. The man identified by the governor's office, says Jacob Blake being shot as he leaned into an SUV. Zach Rodriguez is a Kenosha County supervisor need.

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"bill ray" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:58 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington President Trump continues to target mail in voting CBS News of Skylar Henry with the latest from the White House, in a phone interview with Fox Business. President. Trump said he will not give in to Democrats demands to give more money to the post office. They want $25 billion.1,000,000,000 for the post office. Now they need that money in order to have the post of his work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Democratic challenger Joe Biden accuses the president of trying to sabotage the election. But at his daily briefing, Mr Trump said, it's about protecting the integrity of the vote. The stalemate continues over covert relief money on Capitol Hill. This is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Republicans have been waiting And trying to pass bipartisan Relief literally for weeks. I would hope our Democratic colleagues will let Senator Sometimes the Democrats are accusing Republicans of the very same thing not taking negotiations seriously. Fire crews, they're still trying to begin containment of the fast moving lake fire in the mountains north of Los Angeles. KCBS TV is jasmine veal Fire officials are saying more than 5000 homes are still threatened with his unpredictable fire. Under its remain evacuated. There's praising condemnation for normalization of relations agreement in the Middle East as CBS's Robert Berger reports. The leaders of Israel, the U. S and United Arab Emirates described the agreement as a historic breakthrough that will advance peace in the Middle East. The U. A. E is only the third Arab country to establish full diplomatic ties with Israel, following Egypt and Jordan, but Palestinians are calling the agreement is sham. Iran says the deal is shameful and dangerous, and Turkey says it betrays the Palestinian cause. A police officer in Lodi, California, was in the right place that exact Really the right time for a man stuck in his wheelchair on a railroad track.

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"bill ray" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington President Trump continues to target mail in voting CBS News of Skylar Henry with the latest from the White House, in a phone interview with Fox business. President. Trump said he will not give in to Democrats demands to give more money to the post office. They want $25 billion.1,000,000,000 for the post office. Now they need that money in order to have the post office work so it could take all of these millions and millions of ballots. Democratic challenger Joe Biden accuses the president of trying to sabotage the election. But at his daily briefing, Mr Trump said, it's about protecting the integrity of the boat. The stalemate continues overcovered relief money on Capitol Hill. This is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Republicans have been waiting And trying to pass bipartisan Relief literally for weeks. I would hope our Democratic colleagues with the Senate Sometimes, But Democrats are accusing Republicans of the very same thing not taking negotiations seriously. Fire crews they're still trying to begin containment of the fast moving lake fire in the mountains north of Los Angeles. KCBS TV is Jasmine veal Fire fishes air, saying more than 5000 homes are still threatened with his unpredictable fire under its remain evacuated. He's praising condemnation for normalization of relations agreement in the Middle East as CBS's Robert Berger reports, the leaders of Israel, the U. S and United Arab Emirates, described the agreement as a historic breakthrough that will advanced piece in the Middle East USA is only the third Arab country to establish full diplomatic ties with Israel, following Egypt and Jordan, but Palestinians are calling the agreement is sham. Iran says the deal is shameful and dangerous. And Turkey says it betrays the Palestinian cause. A police officer in Lodi, California, was in the right place at exactly the right time for a man stuck in his wheelchair on a railroad track.

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"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:20 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington as Corona virus cases and deaths continue to rise across the US There are dire predictions that the worst may still be at the come. CDC director Robert Redfield warning about what he calls the worst fall from a public health perspective. That we've ever had. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee is calling on Americans to avoid a worsening of the pandemic. Your CBS's Ed O'Keefe, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said today. It's time for every American to mask up. Every governor should mandate Mandatory mask wearing Be a patriot. Protect your fellow citizens. Protect your fellow citizens Step up. Do the right thing. President Trump on Thursday said he would be willing to sign legislation that includes funding for the West Postal Service. But he rejects the idea the agency should reverse policies of Democratic lawmakers want Gonna have her mail in voting more from CBS's Natalie brand. President. Trump blamed Democrats for the impasse. They're asking for 3.5 $1,000,000,000 just for the Universal Mail in ballots. But they're not willing to make a deal. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended that funding in the House passed bill, saying it's aimed at safe elections amid the pandemic. There's word that Michael Cohen's memoir about President Trump will be released on September 8th. The Lake Fire north of Los Angeles has burned tens of thousands of acres and his 0% contained KCBS TV reporter Tina Patel with the latest the hills around Kenny Reynolds home are still smoldering, but there's not much left. Most of the House and property burned overnight. When the lake fire Tor through this community, nearly cues it was big wall of flame. Kind of came over a little quicker than we thought. Usually it comes a lot slower. Last time came a lot slower. Reynolds remember the powerhouse fire several years ago, so he thought he had plenty of time to pack up and evacuate. The lake fire exploded, scorching more than 10,000 acres of the Angeles National Forest. Tens of thousands of people remain without power in the Midwest, days after a powerful Duraid Sho W. BBM TV's Marissa Powers in Joliet, Illinois. Since Monday. Storm's ravage the Midwest comment says they've had to work through hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without power. Oh, nobody up and down this black nobody has power. Catherine Patrick lives in a Joliet neighborhood, relying on this tiny generator to get.

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"bill ray" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:31 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Reporting. I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington former Vice President Joe Biden getting good reviews for his pick of Senator Kamala Harris as his Democratic running mate. CBS's Nancy Courtis on Capitol Hill reports on one of Harris's perceive strong points. When she grilled Jeff sessions a couple of years ago, he famously told her That she made him nervous. And certainly Democrats are hoping that she will make Vice President Mike Pence nervous when she goes up against him in their one and only debate. President. Trump said he was surprised at the pick of Senator Harris to be Biden's running mate, calling her nasty. He also seemingly reaffirmed his support for his number two. Well, I like Vice President Mike Pence, much better. He is solid as a rock. He's been a fantastic vice president. He's done everything you could do word that the Big 10 and Pac 12 conferences have put off their college football schedules until the spring is reverberating throughout other conferences as CBS's Janet Shamlian report decision by those two big conferences not to play football it affect all fall sports at those schools, and it could have a ripple impact across the country. For example, here, it Rice University They've already moved football back to thee in September, but they could end up canceling altogether, refusing to wait for Congress. The president will use federal disaster relief money to boost state unemployment checks. CBS is Stephen Portnoy says the White House will move forward without the state cost sharing requirement, announced last week following pushback from governors, the top White House economic adviser, says the administration is keen on simplifying things we Made some technical changes, Larry Kudlow says. Now states won't have to put up an extra 100 bucks a week. If they choose to. They can add. Kudlow claims the new $300 federal supplement could start flowing to states in two weeks. Civil rights Attorney Benjamin Crump has announced a lawsuit in Florida by a woman over the arrest of her young son. Some authorities in the school And within the police department in Key West Florida. Found that it was appropriate. Tio arrest in charge a shower. Crump says The boy was arrested and put in handcuffs after a substitute teacher complained about his behavior in class. Bloomberg is reporting that Instagram is being sued over allegations that it illegally harvest users. Biometric data singer guitarist and actor Trini Lopez did it all. Lopez, who scored top 10 hits in the United States, with.

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"bill ray" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:22 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on WWL

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington former Vice President Joe Biden getting good reviews for his pick of Senator Kamala Harris as his Democratic running mate. CBS's Nancy Courtis on Capitol Hill reports on one of Harris's perceive strong point. When she grilled Jeff sessions a couple of years ago, he famously told her that she made him nervous. And certainly Democrats are hoping that she will make vice President Mike Pence nervous when she goes up against him in their one and only debate. President. Trump said he was surprised at the pick of Senator Harris to be Biden's running mate, calling her nasty. He also seemingly reaffirmed his support for his number two. Well, I like Vice President Mike Pence, much better. He is solid as a rock. He's been a fantastic vice president. He's done everything you could do word that the Big 10 and Pac 12 conferences have put off their college football schedules until the spring is reverberating throughout other conferences as CBS's Janet Shamlian report the decision by those two big conferences not to play football it affect all fall sports at those schools. And it could have a ripple impact across the country. For example, here Rice University they've already moved football back to the inn September, but they could end up canceling altogether, refusing to wait for Congress. The president will use federal disaster relief money to boost state unemployment checks. CBS is Stephen Portnoy says the White House will move forward without the state cost sharing requirement, announced last week following pushback from governors. A top White House economic adviser, says the administration is keen on simplifying things. We've made some technical changes, Larry Kudlow says. Now states won't have to put up an extra 100 bucks a week. If they choose to. They can add. Kudlow claims the new $300 federal supplement could start flowing to states in two weeks. Civil rights Attorney Benjamin Crump has announced a lawsuit in Florida by a woman over the arrest of her young son. Some Authorities in the school and whip in the police department in Key West Florida. That it was appropriate. Tio arrest in charge. Yo Chow Crump says the boy was arrested and put in handcuffs after a substitute teacher complained about his behavior in class. Bloomberg is reporting that Instagram is being sued over allegations that it illegally harvest users biometric data. Singer guitarist and actor Trini Lopez did it all..

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"bill ray" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:36 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington, former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Kamala Harris will appear together is Democratic running mates for the first time in Look later Wednesday, one day after Biden picked the California law maker to be the vice presidential nominee. CBS. Is that okay? The announcement came from Joe Biden via text message and Social Media. In a tweet by then explained he chose Senator Kamala Harris, in part because his California attorney general, she'd worked with his late son, Beau, the former Delaware attorney general. I was proud then, Biden said. And I'm proud. Now Harris is the first black woman to be picked as a presidential running mate. It's an important milestone, according to CBS is Nicole Killian. Women of color African American women who, really, you know they didn't know which way this was going to go. And so you know, this really is a pivotal moment. You know. So many people hearken back to people like Shirley Chisholm, the first African American woman in Congress, the first African American to run For a major party ticket, and I would say this moment for them is you know on that same level, the Corona virus has dealt another blow to sports in this country. As we hear from CBS's Steve Futterman College Football's 2020 season is in flux. Two of the major conferences, the Big 10 and Pac 12 have pulled the plug. The loss of football will mean millions of dollars in revenue losses. Did Russia really just win the race to a Corona virus vaccine here? CBS's Charlie Dagga, it may be more of a political coup than a medical Your butt in the global race to find a vaccine. Russia just declared itself. The winner still looks pretty mean. One of my daughters was inoculated herself, President Vladimir Putin was proudly announced. In an interview with National Geographic, Dr Anthony found, she says he seriously doubts that a Russian vaccine is ready for widespread distribution. A key West woman is suing over a 2018 incident in which her eight year old son was arrested in school. Bianca de Generosa says her son, a special needs child was arrested for bad behaviour. I wasn't there to protect my son from getting arrested for intent of dog jail, being fingerprinted, having his mouth swab for DNA. It's said that the Lord often acts in mysterious ways. CBS's Jim Krystle a has more elector at Saint Gabriel is Catholic Church in Charlotte had just reached an Old Testament Bible passage, referring to the Prophet Elijah, which said quote after the wind. There was an earthquake. But the Lord was not in the earthquake when those of the outside Mass felt a 5.1 earthquake just after 8 a.m. Sunday morning, the pastor of the Catholic Mission and Sparta, North Carolina near the quake's epicenter, said quote It made for good homily material After a down day on.

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"bill ray" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:20 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on WWL

"Bill Ray Coffee in Washington, confirmed number of global Corona virus cases has not reached 20 million, according to Johns Hopkins figures. Health officials believe the actual number is much higher given testing limitations and the fact that at less or as many as 40% of those infected show no symptoms. You've heard a lot about the president's executive order that would lead to a cut in payroll taxes. CBS's Hwi Jang takes a closer look. President Trump plans to postpone payroll taxes through the end of the year for workers making less than $100,000. But they'll owe the money later unless Congress acts. The president said he will extend federal unemployment benefits, though cutting them from 600 to $400 a week, plus 25% would have to be funded by cash strapped state that Georgia High School that suspended a student for posting a picture of crowded school hallways. Well, it's now shut down as CBS's Chris Martinez. Report. North Paulding High School in Georgia is closed for cleaning after nine positive Corona virus cases were reported. In the first week of school. The outbreak was confirmed after students were seen in a crowded hallway, many not wearing masks. A man was shot outside of the White House Monday by a secret Service officer, Thomas Sullivan is chief of the agency's uniformed division. He says the man told the officer that he was armed suspect and turned around. Iran aggressively towards the officer and in a drawing motion. Withdrew and objects from his clothing. The man is being treated at a local hospital. Former vice President Joe Biden is expected to name his running mate at any time. Now, no matter the pick, President Trump thanks abiding presidency will be disastrous will destroy our country way will go into a depression. We will put on regulation we will double and triple taxes. We will. It will be terrible for healthcare. Just terrible. You have 180 million people lose their health care Cris CBS's Chris Van Cleve, now with the latest on a disastrous day in Baltimore Fire, investigators say a gas leak was the likely cause of a major blast that leveled three homes in a Baltimore neighborhood Monday morning. One woman was killed and seven other people were injured. Lebanon's prime minister stepping down after violence resulting from last week's deadly explosion in Beirut, CBS's emptiest high of reports Protesters.

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"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

01:45 min | Last month

"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington Even as President Trump signed executive orders over the weekend to extend reduced unemployment payments. The White House and Republicans are still hinting at Maur talks with Democrats on Capitol Hill for a fuller covert relief bill. CBS's Paul of Reed on why Democrats aren't taking the bait. At this point, it is does not appear that they're going to be able to come to an agreement. Republicans have floated the idea of a short term agreement. Come to an agreement on a few issues and then come back later with House speaker is flatly rejected that she's worried that if they do that Republicans are never gonna come back to the table. CBS's Tom Hansen has Mohr on the president's executive orders. On Saturday, President Trump signed measures to defer student loan payments and payroll tax with holdings from some workers, he said. If he's reelected, he wants to cut the payroll tax, which helps finance, Social Security and Medicare. But many say the president overstepped his authority by issuing those orders, saying only Congress has the power to approach Create a new CBS News battleground poll shows Joe Biden leading President Trump in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin to states that went for Mr Trump in 2016. CBS Is Anthony Salve on top in both of these states right now, Joe Biden is up with them for the moment now back in 2016 to keep using that as a benchmark. Donald Trump won independence, right, So that's one key shift, and it's very much a case that again they're prioritizing concern about the Corona virus. It is expected that former Vice President Joe Biden will announce his pick for running made sometime this week reported to be under consideration Our names such a senator's Kamala Harris, Tammy Duckworth's and Elizabeth Warren, representatives Karen Bass and Val Demings and former national security adviser Susan Rice. New Zealand has marked 100 days since it's stamped out the spread of the Corona virus. This is prime minister Jacinta are Dern. I don't believe.

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"bill ray" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson is joining a majority of other states and issuing a mandatory face covering executive order. This whole fight against Cove in 19 is likely. Get harder and not easier, and we have to meet the challenge together and everyone must do their part, and this is a way to enlist the support of everyone. In this fight, but several other states continue to resist or even fight mandatory mask use in Georgia. The governor is suing Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms for refusing to lift a mask order there. It's a simple thing to do. It's an easy thing to do. We will just continue to push and ask people to do it. Despite disagreements that we may have Meanwhile, the White House weighed in on Thursday on the debate over how and when to open schools in the fall. CBS's Stephen Portnoy, reports president, spokeswoman says Mr Trump believes online learning is not enough. He means open and full kids being able to attend each and every day at their school. The science should not stand in the way of this. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany went on to say that the science is on the side of schools reopen it. Washington Redskins are dealing with a new scandal allegations of Mohr than a decade of inappropriate behavior in the team's front office. CBS's Nicole killing and breaks down The Washington Post reports cite 15 women who allege, at least by former front office employees sexually arrest and made unwanted sexual advances, some more part of owner Dan Snyder's inner circle, the team has hired a law firm to do.

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"bill ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:08 min | 2 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Bill Ray Cop in Washington as total Corona virus cases top 3.5 million in the United States. CBS News correspondent Mark Strausman takes a look at the impact in Charleston, South Carolina. Over the last two weeks, South Carolina recorded almost 25,000 new cases and 400 new hospitalizations, up 35%. We were holding patients in the emergency department and caring for them there instead of on the floors because we didn't have a place to put them. Back in downtown Charleston, some terrorists walked bare faced shoulder to shoulder. There is an urgent plea from the Red Cross for blood donations. In the time of Covad CBS evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell spoke to the CEO of the organization, Gail McGovern. What does it mean for hospitals? If there's a shortage in these blood supplies, they can't perform lifesaving surgeries. Trauma patients need the blood supply. People that are receiving chemotherapy need life saving platelets. We heat it when we have to ration the blood supply for our hospitals. Allegations of sexual harassment and improper behavior is the latest scandal involving the Washington Redskins football team here. CBS's Steve Futterman, the lengthy Washington Post investigation presents a disturbing picture of a toxic filled atmosphere full of sexual and verbal harassment. There are allegations from 15 women who used to work for the team. They accuse a number of high ranking members of the organization. President Trump is announcing moves he's making to eliminate government regulations that would speed up infrastructure project instead of taking up to 20 years to approve a major project. We're cutting the federal permitting timeline. It's already been done to a maximum of two years or less, in some cases, even less than one year. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, meanwhile, has responded to allegations by Mary Trump in her new book that she heard the president used racial slurs. I've talked to the president and been a friend of the president, and now I work for the president for More than 3.5 years. And not once have I heard anything like that Mary trumps memoir about her president..

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"bill ray" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington, California is having to roll back its re opening amid searching Corona virus cases more from CBS's Lilia Luciano. In Los Angeles, California Governor Gavin Newsom announced every bar across the state must close, as well as all indoor operations for restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, family, entertainment, zoos, museums and card rooms, effective Immediately. Meanwhile, in Florida Cove in 19 cases continue to spike. This is University of Miami infectious disease expert Dr Lillian Obbo. He's now that every center off the pandemic what we were seeing in Wuhan six months ago five months ago. Now we are their governor. Rhonda San is still resisting rolling back the state's opening, he says. It's more testing. It's leading to the higher numbers. NHL training camps have opened a mid covert 19 challenges. ST. Louis Blues goalie Jordan Bennington says Every team is in the same position as they are. We understand that our Yeah, we're diving right into war here and Ice hockey players. This group I believe we can prepare an adapter. Very fairly quickly and together. Roger Stone fresh ofthis sentence computation by President Trump was on Fox News, saying prosecutors didn't have a case against him and trying to work a deal if I would confess that they that they might be willing to, you know, recommend leniency to the judge. Perhaps I wouldn't even serve any jail time. And I didn't have to think about it very long. I said. Absolutely not. There was no circumstance under which I would bear false witness against the President. Stone says trial Judge Amy Jackson Berman was biased and the jury was stacked against him. Another date on the Bonhomme Rashard the Navy ship burning in Port in San Diego. Here's CBS Pentagon correspondent David Martin amphibious assault ship, which was undergoing maintenance in San Diego..

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"bill ray" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington confirmed Corona virus cases in the United States air now north of three million, with the number growing larger by the hour. CBS's Maria Villareal reports from McAllen, Texas. Cases here in the Rio Grande Valley have increased by 70% over the last two weeks. Right now, hospital administrators Are telling me they are critical capacity and they are begging for help before this gets out of hand. Weekly unemployment numbers are due Thursday, CBS News Business analyst Dill Schlessinger economists will keep an eye on which states are adding to their unemployment rolls in greater numbers. It's expected that those states in the South and West That have seen spikes in Corona virus, and a delay in shutdowns or pause and shutdowns will see the biggest increases. The latest in the George Floyd investigation, CBS Evening News and current Norah O'Donnell reports that Floyd told officers more than 20 times that he could not breathe the night he died. That's according to transcripts of police body Cam video worn by former officer Thomas Layne. Who held the Floyd's legs while fellow officer Derrick Show even held a need of Floyd's neck. Lane is asking a court to dismiss his charges of aiding and abetting murder. The transcripts show that he ash over whether Floyd should be turned onto his side show Vin refused. The Supreme Court has sided with two Catholic schools and saying certain employees cannot sue religious schools for employment discrimination. CBS News Legal analyst Jonathan Turley decision Our Lady of Guadalupe School. Says that religious groups do have an exception that they can rely on in discrimination lawsuits. The court is expected to issue rulings today regarding the release of President Trump's tax returns in California. The search will resume at daybreak for missing actress Naya Rivera, best known for her role on glee. She was last seen on a boat in Lake Peru and Ventura County.

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"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:38 min | 2 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington confirmed Corona virus cases in the U. S have now pushed past the three million market is not stopping the Trump administration, however, from putting pressure on schools to open this fall. CBS NEWS White House correspondent been Tracy reports President Trump once again at odds with his own medical experts as he continues to relentlessly push America's schools to reopen. Want to learn in the classroom, so our schools we want him open in the fall. He's also threatening to defund schools that don't open, though he has little power to do so and criticizing the CDC school safety guidelines, calling them very tough and expensive. The head of the CDC later said those guidelines were not written with the idea of keeping schools closed. New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he'll determine when schools will re open in his state, not the president. If it's not safe for my child, it's not safe for your child. So we'll get the data and we'll make that decision in August. CBS's Jim Carcela has an update on an outbreak of covert 19 in one Southern state House. The number of Corona virus cases linked to an outbreak at the Mississippi capital in Jackson has grown to 36 that includes 26 legislators, the state's Republican speaker of the House and Republican lieutenant governor. Have both tested positive for Cove in 19. Many politicians ignored recommendations. Toe wear a mask inside the Mississippi capital. In recent weeks since the covert crisis began, CBS's Jeff Piggies reports that many Asian Americans have been targeted by racial slurs and physical attacks. MIDLAND, Texas In March a hate crime attack their left a man and his two year old with knife wounds across their faces. In April in New York, a man poured acid on an Asian American woman from China. I need to know there have been more than 2000 reports in the US of discrimination and harassment aimed at Asian Americans since mark the Supreme Court is expected to rule on Thursday whether President Trump must turn over his tax and financial records. CBS is Steve Dorsey. Reports from Washington. President Trump has long blocked the release of his financial records, including tax returns, saying he's been the subject of a long running audit. Now the Supreme Court could decide if and how much information should be turned over to a New York City grand jury and Democratic led House committees who have subpoenaed Mr Trump's accounting in bank records. A couple of developing stories were watching at least one person is dead, another injured after a violent tornado touched down near Asbury, Minnesota. Rescuers in California will resume their search at first light for missing actress Naya Rivera, the 33 year old Glee star last seen on a boat in like Peru, Ventura County on.

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"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:39 min | 3 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"I'm Bill Ray Coffee in Washington as Corona virus cases continue to climb across the country, the mayor of Atlanta says she's been diagnosed with the illness. Keisha Lance bottom, telling CNN. She's worried about her family's money for loss of works because I think it really speaks to how contagious this virus is. And we've taken all of the precautions. That you can possibly take. We wear a mask. We're very thoughtful about washing our hands. I have no idea when and where we weren't suppose thousands of cases continue to be reported as the total number of infections in the U. S inches closer to three million. Health officials in Indiana say a cluster of three or more employees have tested positive for covert 19 5 guys Location in Lafayette. This is typical new Health Department administrator Kayla Hoax teller. The contact That developed a small cluster of cases from five guys, um, intense. It was different days We decided to go to a press release out. The public is aware Covad shortened. Major League Baseball schedules been released here. CBS's Jim Carcela the New York Yankees will visit the World Series champion Washington Nationals, while the Los Angeles Dodgers will host the San Francisco Giants July 23rd. In ballparks without fans amid the Koven 19 pandemic. The Supreme Court voted unanimously Monday, allowing states to require presidential electors to support the popular vote, CBS News Legal analyst Jonathan Turley. Historically it's exceptionally rare for an elector to break faith with the voters to change their vote when it comes time to the actual selection of the president. While 32 states do have those binding laws, most electors have continued the practice anyway. 80 people were shot in the Chicago area over the holiday weekend, leaving 15 dead. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown says a big problem is that violent offenders air too often back on the streets after putting Thousands and thousands and thousands of illegal gun possessions in In jail. Only to be let out again where witnesses say I'm afraid for my life. These people don't have any consequences among those killed over the weekend, a seven year old girl shot while playing in her grandmother's yard during 1/4 of July party. Uber is making a big bet on food delivery. Here. CBS News is Jason Brooks, There is buying Postmates for nearly $2.7 billion. Banking on the growing food delivery market to offset decline in its ride share business during the pandemic. Uber reported in its recent earnings call that revenue in its eats business was up over 50%. While it's rides revenue plummeted by 80% in April from a year earlier. Stock futures pointing lower..

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"bill ray" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:55 min | 3 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Atlanta and Seattle bill ray Cobb CBS news this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news in traffic station ten X. ten seventy newsradio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories a little Clive a small group of demonstrators defines a curfew tonight in Santa Ana valley county's public health director says she's been getting death threats but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the financiers Tony Campos hello Tanya yes I am here in one of the states I'm sorry Jordy to ten west at one of this so there's a two car crash CHP is on the way there and said they'd let us know it might be it's just a few more minutes before they arrive but everything is on the right shoulder just a little bit of slowing on the two ten east at San Gabriel Boulevard in Pasadena there was a report of three bumpers and lanes and apparently a couple of cars hit those buffers and that debris they are pulled over to the right shoulder through the Sapulpa past the four oh five south from all holiday Getty center drive the left three lanes are blocked for Caltrans work that they're doing some paving and that is causing quite a bit of slowing as you leave the wanna one S. sailor continues Burbank one thirty four east at victory Boulevard this is only the offramp shut down all lanes are blocked that is for police activity and an investigation downtown LA a new crash being reported said west at the connector to the one ten it's like a solo car crash right at the start of that connector road and in Santa Monica on the ten eastern Cloverfield Abadi the right lane is closed also close the east ten connector to the four oh five south next report at eleven fifteen AM tiny compass with more traffic reports more often can extend seventy newsradio the German group will be with us every day this week with that early low clouds and fog for coastal areas plus the adjoining valleys San Fernando San Gabriel even Santa Clarita valley on up to Castaic and eased to a promoted towards the other empires since a fairly deep marine layer lows tonight.

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Amazon to Keep Most of the Jobs It Added During Pandemic

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Amazon to Keep Most of the Jobs It Added During Pandemic

"The meantime Amazon says it will make permanent most of the temporary jobs added recently to keep up with the covert nineteen demand here CBS newsman bill ray coffee online giant says it will offer some one hundred twenty five thousand temporary workers a full time position in response to projected growth in sales and demand reports say those jobs will add to the half million strong Amazon work force in the U. S. alone the plans reported in the Wall Street journal are in response to the added demand during the corona virus crisis as more Americans stayed home and did their shopping

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Elvis Presley's Graceland set to reopen this week in Memphis

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Elvis Presley's Graceland set to reopen this week in Memphis

"And on the ring central news line this is a pretty big opening that's happening in Tennessee Graceland re opens on Thursday Elvis Presley's home in Memphis Tennessee will resume to or is it a twenty five percent capacity it'll require employees to wear masks and encourage visitors to do so Graceland has been closed since March because of the corona virus pandemic oh by the way several B. temperature checks for everyone bill ray Cobb CBS news

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Robert F Kennedy: Search for granddaughter and her young son

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Robert F Kennedy: Search for granddaughter and her young son

"And some sad news tonight about the Kennedy family Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter and her young son have both been reported missing in Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay and intensive search has been underway since late yesterday Maryland governor Larry Hogan confirmed the news at a press conference this afternoon in Annapolis Kathleen Kennedy Townsend's daughter Maeve and her eight year old grandson Gideon went missing after canoeing yesterday afternoon on the south river officials say the children had been playing with a ball that went into the water and that Maeve Kennedy McCain and her son apparently jumped into a canoe to chase it but they were drawn out into the open waters of the Chesapeake Bay bill ray cop CBS

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"bill ray" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:38 min | 6 months ago

"bill ray" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Bill ray copy in Washington bipartisanship on corona virus relief in Congress is come to a jarring halt on Capitol Hill over disagreements on what should be in that bill Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is furious with Democrats for holding up the legislation examples are all over the country they will look to health care heroes the neighborhood volunteers to national industries everybody is unifying and pitching in on what about hearing the Senate and house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the existing build us and pay enough attention to everyday Americans the Senate Republican bill put corporations first but because of the insistence of leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Democrats progress has been made we urge the Senate the Senate to move closer to the values in the take responsibility for workers and families act both sides say they hope to finally have a deal on Tuesday meanwhile the president's trying to sound optimistic about the eventual recovery from the crisis as CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy reports just halfway through the fifteen day period of social distancing advised by the nation's top medical experts the president has grown restless our country wasn't built to be shut down while the knowledge is the virus will take its toll certainly this is going to be bad Mr trump says Americans have learned a lot about how to reduce it spread he says well he'll hear out the experts he says it's time to start planning for when America will be open again if it were up to the doctors they may say let's keep it shut down let's shut down the entire world Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington the White House is moving to prevent the hoarding of medical supplies like hand sanitizer in masks this is Attorney General William Barr if you have a big supply of toilet paper in your house this is not something you have to worry about but if you are sitting on a on a warehouse with masks surgical masks you will be hearing a knock on your door the president's executive order would make it a crime to hoard items and resell them and excessive prices the governor Massachusetts ordering all nonessential businesses to shut down beginning tomorrow effective Tuesday March twenty fourth at noon all non essential businesses show close their physical work places and facilities to all workers customers and the public but governor Charlie Baker assured residents they will still be able to get what they need at the stores a similar order issued for Michigan joining several other states including New York and California Wall Street had another down day today over fears about a recession because of the covert nineteen virus the Dow was down five hundred.

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House Democrats seek fast passage of coronavirus bill

Midday News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

House Democrats seek fast passage of coronavirus bill

"The White House and house Democrats are trying to work out a second coronavirus funding bill before Congress goes on recess we get details from CBS news correspondent bill Rykoff though both parties are trying to protect a bipartisan spirit in addressing culvert nineteen there's still disagreement about legislation Democrats for example are looking for paid sick leave in free testing provisions or the White House is pushing economic measures like payroll tax relief house speaker Nancy Pelosi and treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin have met to try to lay the groundwork for a second bill but there's worry a deal will not be ready for passage before Congress takes a one week recess beginning tomorrow bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news Capitol

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Pelosi names first-ever House whistleblower ombudsman director

Marty Griffin and Wendy Bell

00:31 sec | 8 months ago

Pelosi names first-ever House whistleblower ombudsman director

"House of representatives is taking steps to protect future whistleblowers as we hear from CBS's bill Rakoff house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the new house office of whistle blower ombudsman will work to create best practices for the intake a whistle blower information and a train house staffers on how to safely deal with whistle blowers without having to compromise their confidentiality Jenna divine is been named the first person to lead what is being described as an independent and nonpartisan office on Capitol Hill bill ray Cobb C. B. US news

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Trump administration restricts some e-cigarette flavors

WBBM Evening News

00:30 sec | 9 months ago

Trump administration restricts some e-cigarette flavors

"Enough we're going to protect our families were going to protect our children and we're going to protect the industry the announcement by the trump administration will prohibit meant fruit and desert flavored E. cigarettes but it will not ban menthol or tobacco flavors and that's something that doesn't sit well with Matt Meyers with the campaign for tobacco free kids this policy is one that was dictated by the E. cigarette industry and while Meyer says that the band announced doesn't go far enough others are acknowledging that today's announcement is a good start bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news

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Trump administration restricts some e-cigarette flavors

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Trump administration restricts some e-cigarette flavors

"Little of the White House is going to block the sale of some flavours of E. CIGS we're going to protect our families were going to protect our children in order to protect the industry the announcement by the trump administration will prohibit meant fruit and desert flavored E. cigarettes but it will not ban menthol or tobacco flavors and that's something that doesn't sit well with Matt Meyers with the campaign for tobacco free kids this policy is one that was dictated by the cigarette industry and while Meyer says that the band announced doesn't go far enough others are acknowledging that today's announcement is a good start bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news

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Impeachment Probe Releases Key Transcripts Of Interviews With EU Ambassador, Former Ukraine Envoy

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

Impeachment Probe Releases Key Transcripts Of Interviews With EU Ambassador, Former Ukraine Envoy

"Transcription his testimony to impeachment investigators show E. U. N. basilar Gordon Sandra and believe there was a quid pro quo of U. S. military aid for an anti corruption statement by Ukraine's CBS's bill ray call 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 Simon went on to say it was if officials that stated hit a brick wall when it came to getting rid of

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U.S. senators want social media users to be able to take their data with them

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. senators want social media users to be able to take their data with them

"Three prominent tech critics in the Senate to will introduce legislation requiring social media companies to give consumers ways to move their personal data around to other platforms whatever they want the Senate bill is sponsored by democratic senators mark Warner of Virginia Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Republican Josh Holly a Missouri the aim to loosen the grip that social media platforms have on their consumers through the long term collection and storage of their data allowing users to export their data like friends listen profile information could give rival platforms a chance of competing with Facebook or you tube bill ray Cobb CBS news Capitol

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U.S. arrests counterterrorism analyst over leaks to journalists

KNX Programming

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. arrests counterterrorism analyst over leaks to journalists

"US counterterrorism analyst faces charges that he leaked classified materials about a foreign countries weapon systems the two journalists the justice department says that the information thirty year old defense intelligence agency analyst Henry Kyle freeze passed to a journalist appeared in at least a different news stories and could have jeopardized U. S. national intelligence he and one of the journalists were described in charging documents as being romantically involved this marks the sixth federal case involving leaks of classified information in a little over two years a crackdown on leakers initiated by the trump administration two years ago bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news

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U.S. attorney general shakes up prison bureau after Epstein death

WBZ Afternoon News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. attorney general shakes up prison bureau after Epstein death

"More fall out of the justice department in the wake of Jeffrey abstains suicide Attorney General William Barr supporting doctor Kathleen hawks sire to lead the bureau of prisons a job she held previously in the Clinton and George W. bush administration's bar will also appoint doctor Thomas Kean is deputy director of the bureau the Attorney General said to be livid over abstain suicide in the circumstances surrounding it the warden of that New York City jail was temporarily reassigned several staffers were placed on leave following abstains death bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news

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U.S. formally withdraws from nuclear treaty with Russia

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. formally withdraws from nuclear treaty with Russia

"The United States is formally withdrawn from a landmark nuclear missile packed with Russia the withdrawal comes after the trump administration determined Moscow was in violation of the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty or I. N. F. for short that's something the Kremlin has repeatedly denied the treaty bans on either side from station in short and intermediate range land based missiles in Europe U. S. signaled its intention six months ago to pull out of the deal bill ray Cobb C. B. S. news

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Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

Paul and Jordana

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Citing racial bias, U.S. high court tosses black man's murder conviction

"The supreme court today and a seventy two ruling throughout Curtis flowers, murder conviction. Finding the prosecutors unlawfully blocked black potential. Jurors Bill Ray Curtis flowers face the death penalty in Mississippi for quadruple murder in nineteen Ninety-six in two of his six trials the prosecutor violated a ban on racial discrimination by rejecting black perspective. Jurors justice. Brad Kavanagh authored the court's majority opinion writing that the numbers spoke loudly. The Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a blistering dissent saying that flowers presented no evidence of race discrimination. And at the opinion reflects utter disrespect for the

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Facebook suspends U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

KNX Programming

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Facebook suspends U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones

"Warning it's quite offensive, that, these, companies just dropped off these devices. And, then, said. Okay sorry now we'll talk with you And that's. Why we are where we are today this man in, the industry of course doesn't like the, action feel like you're just trying to punish an industry. That, moves at this, pace is going to be a never ending game of whack a mole over the last few weeks officers here have been. Busy catching people writing the scooters on sidewalks without. A helmet or a driver's. License in Beverly Hills Karen Adams Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio scientists in Australia the. Discovered an, easier way to identify people who face a high risk of heart attacks, it's a telltale sign of, a, problem, with blood flow returning to the heart of just paint or you might be feeling a little taunt research professor Bob Graham who says a small group of his colleagues have developed an MRI scan that includes a chemical injection that helps inform the treating physician there's a dangerous buildup of plaque in the blood so they. Do an angiogram they fond of block Australian scientists and app preparing the bed for human trials doctor. Site they'll eventually be able to eat Evine before heart attack ever takes place, Scott, Maimon, for CBS news Brisbane Australia Facebook's ban controversial radio. Host Alex Jones the site has removed four videos posted, two pages maintained by him and the, info wars site he operates but conspiracy theorists personal profile. Was, banned for thirty, days after it was found to have uploaded four videos published on pages that went against community standards those videos have been. Removed and info wars in Jones pages are close. To being unpublished given recent. Community standards violations according to a Facebook statement YouTube removed four Alex Jones videos. Earlier this, week and said his info wars website faced permanent removal info wars has, not commented Bill Ray cock, CBS, news A, death toll from the northern California wildfires climbed to five with the discovery of a woman and her two great grandchildren man stories coming up at, the top of the hour two o'clock, it's one fifty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five, series will Slater feels like the one on one is not your friend today got a crash in the Cuenca pass northbound, just before you reach Barham boulevard it's two cars one of the, car still blocking the left lane there. And how you jammed from all the way back Silverlake boulevard if you happen to be in the stretch where. You can make your way over the quango used that continue north towards Barham and past backup on that northbound one zero one. Southbound side, no better. Reduced speeds from Sunset Boulevard all, the way to, Glendale boulevard as you're headed into downtown LA northbound one..

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained at Moscow protest: ally

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained at Moscow protest: ally

"I don't know man cbs news correspondent carter evans says hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate several new vance form authorities really aren't sure how long these eruptions could last but they're urging everyone to follow the evacuation orders because when the lavas flowing first responders may not be able to get kilowatt has been erupting continuously since nineteen eightythree but usually not like this cbs news correspondent bill ray cost is one of president trump's closest friends has been asked questions by special counsel robert muller's team three separate sources tell the associated press that tom barrack met with federal investigators who have been working on the russia probe barrick spokeswoman is declining to comment he's known the president for decades one of mr trump's closest advisors through the presidential campaign and into the administration america's also a leading fundraiser for the president and oversaw fundraising for the inauguration bill rakoff cbs news washington the group that monitors political repression in russia's is hundreds of people have been arrested them day of nationwide protests against the upcoming inauguration of ladimir putin for a new sixyear term as president the group says more than seven hundred people have been arrested in moscow where demonstrators crowded into one of the city's main squares cbs news correspondent elizabeth palmer rallies often take place in areas which are not sanctioned for public protests so that the russian authorities can call them illegal and it gives them an excuse to go in and round people up observers say overall nearly sixteen hundred people were arrested in twentysix russian cities well the track surface at churchill downs has been downgraded to sloppy just ahead of the kentucky derby showers have been falling since midday in louisville the surface was listed as fast to begin the racing car and then went to muddy sloppy zero flash flood watch in effect sports reporter edward peak says this is traditionally a rough race anyway it's the first time around the to turn track and another thing is it's twenty horses there's probably more bumping in the kentucky derby especially early in the race than any other race these horses will run in in their careers justify is the odds on favorite to win the race bus soggy track means it could be pretty much any horses race at the derby the race is the.

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