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"bill whitaker" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:05 min | 2 months ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Talked with bill Whitaker and didn't seem bothered by his line of work do you ever worry that someone who's buying one of these kids might have mental illness or you know be planning to use an A. R. fifteen for something that's horrible unimaginable just a car salesman worry that someone might take a car that they've sold to them and drive through a crowd of people you see them as the same I do LA county sheriff Alex V. in a way that is calling for a federal law banning the creation and selling the guns one problem the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms doesn't classify it as a gun in depth team coverage of the corona virus pandemic of fountain valley family had a somber mother's day due to the outbreak CBS two S. Cristy Fajardo has more emotional day holy Ortiz thought you'd have to spend mother's day without her mother but after several weeks Lucinda Ortiz scene here is home from the hospital but her father her word Ortiz is still too sick to be released I don't know I don't I don't even know how to deal Holly is stunned by the damage the corona virus has done to her tight knit family from fountain valley her ever careful mother is a nurse at Huntington beach hospital no one knows for sure but the family believes that's where she got it a total of five family members in the household have to have had to be hospitalized Holly was also concerned when she fell ill because she needed to care for her children seeing it first hand she says she's worried about others downplaying the severity of the pandemic fewer than one percent of the more than fifty seven hundred Major League Baseball employees who took part in the study tested positive for a corona virus antibodies the study's lead author Dr J. Bhattacharya tells KNX they conducted the study last month only about twenty percent of it and the B. populate employee population tested positive for the antibodies that means ninety nine point three percent of and did not have evidence of prior code section the the the still actually has a pretty large number relative to the number of people who have been diagnosed with COPD it around the country for instance but it's much less than point seven percent about seventy percent of those who tested positive for covert nineteen antibodies were a symptomatic but char uses of the numbers are lower than previous antibody tests conducted in LA and Santa Clara counties but that could be because of a social economic gradient were poor populations are facing cough infections at higher rates Long Beach opening pathways along the beach today the beaches themselves in the parking lots will stay closed for now but public bathrooms will be open social distancing required and no loitering obviously it's important we still maintaining Chris people them out together in groups or lingered anyone location make sure obviously that face covering the required anytime you come in close contact with other people J. Kathlyn is with the Long Beach joint information center we have nine hundred forty total positive results well that would be included with that we have forty four fatalities and fifty people have been hospitalized but the great thing about this for us is approximately six hundred and six people have recovered he tells KNXV parks and tennis courts will also re opened but no picnics or hanging out people need to keep it moving Emily Valdez can extend seventy newsradio relief is coming for people in Los Angeles who can't afford to pay their utility bills during the pandemic announcing the D. W. P. will not shut up shut off service for non payment for the rest of twenty twenty mayor Eric Garcetti says this applies to commercial and residential customers we we just want to let people know that they can have the security right now that this year you will get those sort of shut offs but people should pay if they can or pay whatever they can now that's the smart thing to do Garcetti says the details are still being worked out customers may get up to a year to pay what they owe Claudia Pacific Utah KNX ten seventy newsradio gas prices were higher across southern California on Sunday for the fifth straight day the average price of a gallon of self service regular gas in LA county rose to just under two dollars and eighty five cents the average price in Orange County rose to about two dollars and eighty cents a gallon it's four eleven traffic.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:37 min | 2 months ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Investigating what happened to what twenty eight billion dollar government bailout for farmers when the pandemic catch farmers and ranchers tell us that if government aid doesn't reach their small and mid size farms soon it'll make it nearly impossible for American farming to stay in the family it's just hard Leslie I worry about my kids my sons are on the farm I worry about them all the time your good cholesterol is nice and high a list of intelligence is a nurse practitioner we met her she was tearing around or East Texas farm with your four legged side arm named crystal social distancing is built into the landscape here and enforced by barbed wire but the pandemic has reached Ellis is sparsely populated county to and she finds herself in ministering Kobe test inter clinic's parking lot I'm Leslie stall I'm bill Whitaker I'm Anderson Cooper I'm sure I'll find C. I'm Scott Pelley those stories tonight on sixty minutes doctors log held eight twenty twenty right now health and medical industries are feeling the pressure of the code nineteen outbreak doctors are feeling that pressure nurses are feeling that pressure I'm definitely feeling that pressure and so I wanted to capture some of this journey it's a log of this scary adventure we're all.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

07:41 min | 2 months ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"To reinstate the captain California is harnessing the computing power of artificial intelligence to help map the spread of covert nineteen on this sunny sixty minutes bill Whitaker takes a look at how the first state to shut down over corona virus is also the forefront of high tech response with the virus spreading around the world California enlisted help not just from blue dot but S. re Facebook and others using mapping technologies and cell phone data to predict which hospitals would be hit hardest and see if Californians were really staying at home data became California's all season crystal ball we are literally seen in to the future and predicting in real time based on constant update of information where patterns are starting to Kerr before they become headlines you can you just sort of like give me an example we could see in real time on a daily basis hourly basis moment by moment basis if necessary whether or not our state homeowners were working we can truly track now by census tract not just by county and you can watch bill Whitaker's full report on Sunday seven PM eastern on CBS the twenty twenty campaign trail looks very different due to the corona virus outbreak and now the Texas Democratic Party will be holding its convention virtually the June event will be entirely digital with the main stage broadcast on social media platforms party business will be conducted on a video chat platform this all comes as Canada had to turn to virtual rallies in recent months voters have turned to voting by mail for more on this I want to bring in CBS news twenty twenty campaign reporter Adam Brewster so I don't know how is this virtual convention going to work in Texas what they're looking at building I you mentioned kind of those two different apply for channels that they'll be operating the kind of looking at you know determining where exactly the speakers and things like that will be speaking from but the idea is to kind of build out a you know a TV studio and control room to broadcast it out that that social media stage one of some of the traditional public facing things you think of from a campaign whether that is you know I mean speech from a keynote speaker on high profile panel or performance some of that party business I will be conducted I'm on a video chat service and that deals with things party platform discussion voting on national delegates and when it comes to a convention voting on national delegates at a state convention that's of a key priority of those that'll happen any service they say similar you know like a Google form type service and what's been the response from party leaders in Texas about having this conventional virtual they're really excited about the opportunity here they say this is a chance to change the way they conduct conventions going forward that they are going to take some of the ideas they implement this year and use them in future conventions it's a chance for them to also they say be more inclusive not everyone can always afford to take time off work to pay for a hotel room to spend time to travel to the state convention they say this is chance for those people to get involved with the party at like they maybe haven't been able to before of course the one thing that a convention also is beside the chance to connect party businesses it serves as you know sort of pep rally to fire up people before the November election and that is something that will be probably a little harder to create a knowledge in a virtual setting but they say look this is the best that we can do it we still think that we can provide the energy and get people excited you know it's so interesting that you say service pep rally and many people would say that's the case for the democratic and Republican conventions I'm curious have you heard anything about how they plan to proceed with those conventions this summer right now the the chairs of both parties the chair of the RNC and the chair of the DNC are talking about moving forward and hopeful that they can do those conventions you know in person kind of having to keep an eye on what situations look like on the ground in North Carolina and Wisconsin R. as he chair Ronna McDaniel said this week they wouldn't look at making changes or scaling down until late June or early July their connection isn't until later in August the DNC courses already made one change to its convention is supposed to be in the middle of July they push it back to the middle of August hold a convention in Milwaukee I DNC chair Tom Perez said this week you know he hopes to be able to do it in person but it's just going to depend on what the situation looks like in Milwaukee in the Democrats presumptive nominee former vice president Joe Biden he's he has said early in April that this may have to be a virtual convention but it earlier this week he basically said look we don't know if we'll be able to do this in person it's just gonna depend on what the science says Texas Democrats for their part say we are going to be doing this on a scale bigger than any other state party we can work with people who have questions about how to pull off some of these virtual events and we're happy to talk to any of them about how to do this sort of thing and how to recreate that feeling how to execute everything but they also acknowledge that the scale of a national convention is just much larger and there are many bigger challenges that come with that with a national convention you know that even a large large state convention that's very true worded on the campaign trail for the past several months last year how is this pandemic crime virus pandemic really change the way campaigning has been conducted when you touch on it in the introduction right the biggest differences there are no rallies it's been six weeks more than six weeks since we've seen a presidential campaign rally and I think that is the most obvious difference that this kind of virus pandemic has caused on the campaign trail you're president trump is still talking to the media on a daily basis as he deals with the current virus pandemic authorized president Joe Biden doing campaign events from his home in doing television interviews from his home but then some of the other things that come with it fundraising events have turned into sort of video chat platform the trump campaign has been doing I'm sorry nicely broadcast of campaign events you know trying to get their message out to people in a digital weighing and campaigns from presidential levels on down have had to look at ways to do campaigning digitally because they don't know if they'll be able to get back to some of those traditional things some of those you know door to door canvassing type events that campaigns rely on you know those organizers who would normally be pounding pavement right now knocking on doors or are forced to make phone calls and send text messages and of course the other big thing that's changed is there's been a lot more voting conducted by mail states are looking at having to you know build up those operations many of the democratic primaries got delayed some that work to labor conducting entirely by mail or predominantly by mail as you know Wisconsin went forward with in person voting but many more than a million people voted by mail in that election and that is something that we'll have to see what the impact is in November it will just kind of depend probably on what the situation looks like that and but the voting aspect in the campaign aspect have certainly been dramatically changed these past few months and we'll see you know how those changes will be implemented going forward so many unknowns still as we began the start of spring one thank you very much Adam Brewster for joining us thank you hi hat on CBS and White House officials say that intelligence officials are looking into reports about the health of north Korean leader Kim Jong we'll have more on that story had seen with 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"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"C. eighteen bill Whitaker sixty minutes chief Washington correspondent that's major Garrett and Margaret Brennan moderator of face the nation we're going to begin with the vice president Biden for this part just across the street as you mentioned at the top of the of the debate is at zero four nine people were shot and killed inside the mother Emanuel church we all remember that day back in two thousand fifteen and every day in our country over one hundred people die from gun violence you all have plans I know on this stage to address a gun crisis but Congress has not been able to pass a major gun legislation in a quarter of a century and just think about this in those twenty five years we've had Columbine Newtown parkland Las Vegas we could go on and on vice president Biden I want to start with you why should anyone have faith that you're the one who can get this done now because I'm the only one that ever got it done national I beat the NRA twice about assault weapons ban background magazines there could not hold more than ten rounds in them I got the lemonade it except we had a thing called election with hanging chads in Florida and it was not re authorized in addition to that I passed the Brady bill with waiting periods I let that fight but my friend to my right and others have in fact also gave in to the gun manufacturers absolute immunity imagine if I stood here and said we'd give immunity drug companies will give immunity tobacco companies that is cause carnage on our streets a hundred and fifty million people have been killed since two thousand seven when Bernie voted to exempt the gun manufacturers from liability more than all the wars including Vietnam from that point on Tony John R. street I want to tell you if I'm elected it or I'm coming for you and gun manufacturers on only one Washington and talk about what really it's going to take to get something done I've been in the Senate what I'm seeing gun safety legislation introduced get a majority and then doesn't pass because of the filibuster understand this the filibuster is giving a veto to the gun industry it gives a veto to the oil industry it's going to give a veto on immigration until we're willing to do it again and say that if Mitch McConnell is going to do to the next democratic president what he did to president Obama and that is trying to block every single thing he does that we are willing to roll back the filibuster doll with a majority vote and do what needs to be done for the American but this time it can allow senators Mitch McConnell interchange and this many people on this stage do not support rolling back of the filibuster thank you until we're ready send it out to cancel I would allow senator Sanders to respond because you've gone after the insurance industry you've taken on pharmaceutical companies and you've taken on big tech why did you vote repeatedly to give a gun manufactures a pass well you know bill was voted for terrible trade agreements.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:48 min | 4 months ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"C. eighteen bill Whitaker of sixty minutes chief Washington correspondent that's major Garrett and Margaret Brennan moderator of face the nation we're going to begin with the vice president Biden for this part just across the street as you mentioned at the top of the of the debate is a theory where nine people were shot and killed inside the mother Emanuel church we all remember that day back in two thousand fifteen and every day in our country over one hundred people die from gun violence you all have plans I know on this stage to address a gun crisis but Congress has not been able to pass a major gun legislation in a quarter of a century just think about this in those twenty five years we've had Columbine Newtown parkland Las Vegas we could go on and on vice president Biden I want to start with you why should anyone have faith that you're the one who can get this done now because I'm the only one that ever got it done national I beat the NRA twice about assault weapons banned I got magazines there could not hold more than ten rounds in them I got the my lemonade it except we had a thing called election with hanging chads in Florida and it was not re authorized in addition to that I passed the Brady bill with waiting periods I led that fight but my friend to my right and others have in fact also gave in to the gun manufacturers absolute immunity imagine if I stood here and said we'd give immunity to drug companies will give immunity tobacco companies that is cause carnage on our streets a hundred and fifty million people have been killed since two thousand seven when Bernie voted to exempt the gun manufacturers from liability more than all the wars including Vietnam from that point on carnage on our street I want to tell you if I'm elected it or I'm coming for you and gun manufacturers I'm going to take.

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Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity

KCBS 24 Hour News

02:06 min | 10 months ago

Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity

"For years she was known as Emily dello but her real name is Chanel Miller and now her story is being told about her sexual assault at Stanford CBS is directed Duncan in newspapers my name was unconscious intoxicated woman this is Janelle Miller in her own words for four years she was known as a family dome that I am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster sixty minutes correspondent bill Whitaker interviewed Miller for story that airs later this month they were there when she recorded her powerful impact statement for the first time three years ago those same words were to. wrecked it at Brock Turner during his sentencing I had to force myself to re learn my real name my identity. he learned that this is not all that I am in two thousand fifteen Turner assaulted Miller outside of fraternity party at Stanford University after she blacked out from drinking there were eyewitnesses Turner ran away and there was physical evidence a jury convicted Turner on three charges of felony sexual assault but a judge who could have given the former Stanford student up to fourteen years in prison decided on six months in jail before anyone knew Miller's name she had support from around the world her words you took away my work my privacy my intimacy from her twelve page statement reach millions Northwestern University law professor Deborah Tyr Kaimur says it was a turning point that preceded the me too movement I think it's very powerful for this woman to have come forward publicly to give her name to a story that so many people know about and to publically re claim her voice we knew her story now we know her name. because of the outrage over the light sentence the judge in the Brock Turner case was the first judge in California to be recalled by voters in more than eighty years as for Chanel Miller her memoir titled no my name is scheduled to come out September

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Generic drug companies sued by 43 states

WBBM Programming

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Generic drug companies sued by 43 states

"Generic drugs. They should cost much less than brand name drugs. But they don't turn his general of forty-three states. Filing, a lawsuit accusing nineteen generic drug companies and more than a dozen executives of price fixing sixty minutes. Correspondent Bill Whitaker interviewed a person for the show industry-wide conspiracy. And I think it answers one of the biggest questions all of us are asking which is why are prescription drugs so expensive. And I think we know why. Now because the prices of generic drugs are fixed, and there's a widespread conspiracy to rig the market, Connecticut, Attorney general William Tom since his office found evidence of price fixing by dozens of generic drug industry sales. Directors marketers CEO's dating back to two thousand six how many drugs are we talking about hundreds hundreds of drugs, what kinds of drugs every kind of drug that touches are.

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States allege generic drug executives deleted texts, obstructed justice in price cartel probe

WBBM Programming

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

States allege generic drug executives deleted texts, obstructed justice in price cartel probe

"FM, the attorneys general of forty-three states or filing a lawsuit accusing nineteen generic drug companies and accusing more than a dozen executives of price. Fixing CBS. Correspondent Bill Whitaker says generic drugs are supposed to cost much less than the brand name drugs. They copy, but that's not always the case prescription tribes so expensive. And I think we know why. Now because the prices of generic drugs are fixed, and there's a widespread conspiracy to rig the market, Connecticut. Attorney general William Tom since. His office found evidence of price fixing by dozens of generic drug industry sales. Direct marketers CEO's dating back to two thousand six how many drugs are we talking about hundreds hundreds of drugs, what kinds of drugs every kind of drug that touches our everyday lives, the attorneys general help their lawsuit will bring down the cost of generic

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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CBS News' John Blackstone, a one-of-a-kind storyteller, is stepping away

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

CBS News' John Blackstone, a one-of-a-kind storyteller, is stepping away

"Fifty one. San Francisco based CBS correspondent John Blackstone is stepping away from his impressive EMMY award winning career to enjoy more time with his family Blackstone. Join CBS news in nineteen eighty as a foreign correspondent and travel the world to cover wars coups and natural disasters in San Francisco. He followed the evolution of the tech industry, sixty minutes. Correspondent Bill Whitaker highlights. So his good friends reporting

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"In every story John had a way of saying a lot and aboard by saying so little apparently, Nick and trista videos of convinced a lot of people to take up skateboarding, but not John Blackstone. CBS news, shingle Springs, California, that was CBS course, sixty minutes. Correspondent Bill Whitaker on his good friend, John Blackstone. KCBS news time nine twenty four. Let's see what's happening in the world of finance today. Here's Jason Brooks. Susan world leaders have gathered a way to Sarah's for the twenty-seven with heavy anticipation over Saturday's meeting between President Trump and China's president Xi Jinping Dow lower by twenty points at twenty five thousand three hundred eighteen NASDAQ up nine points at seventy to eighty two s&p higher by four points at twenty seven forty to the trade war is increasingly showing its effects China's manufacturing sector showed a decline in November for the first time in two years. The US economy has largely remained resilient during the trade war. However, the president is threatening to place tariffs on the remaining two hundred fifty seven billion dollars in Chinese imports. If that would include a wide range of a consumer goods, including the iphone strong video game sales at twenty eighteen are not doing enough for the nation's biggest retail chain in the eyes of Wall Street game stop delivered a weaker than expected full year profit forecast. It's spite of big sales. Black Friday and cyber Monday management says it expects fourth-quarter sales will skew more towards hardware than initially planned shares in game stop are down by five percent on the money watch. Jason Brooks KCBS. What does building a better Bank? Look like, it starts with building Capital, One cafes.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The shady pharmacies and doctors i'm bill whitaker with sixty minutes we'd like to speak with congressman marino congressman tom marino who pushed this legislation through congress was tapped by the trump administration to be the new drugs are in two days after the story ran congressman marino withdraws his name from being considered and i would like to think that our story had something to do with that we want to be relevant we want to be current we wanna be about today's news shift figure succeeded don hewitt in two thousand and four is executive producer of sixty minutes and when we cover a story and reported on sunday night and it has impact on monday morning that's what you hope for you are the last major communist dictatorship over the years we've landed timely interviews with world leaders me yes you putin of russia assad of syria saddam hussein with dan rather in two thousand and threes the iraqi leader denied having weapons of mass destruction a key justification for the impending american invasion i think a medical underworld also knows iraq no longer has the weapons it was a controversial interview but events would prove that what saddam said about the weapons was correct as others in two thousand fifteen who francis was about to embark on a trip to the united states a big story in a rare opportunity for a few questions from sixty minutes what is your goal for america came to meet people he told us just to meet with them i think we're more current now than we were in past years but the values and the standards that we live by are the same as they were the very first broadcast that went on the air in nineteen sixty eight i'm mike wallace some behind the scenes footage of the taping of that first broadcast his survived well done it begin with harry reasoner getting rid of a cigarette it was after all the sixties minute volume one number one new opening one good evening here in mike wallace thought the introduction was perfect but in the control room don hewitt wasn't happy with the way mike was sitting end is always don got with don juan he was a brilliant man not only came up with the idea for the broadcast but ran it for thirty six new opening take to it on this day they roll the tape again and roll the dice don's grand experiment this is sixty minutes it's a kind of a magazine for television richard nixon and his entourage in the very first story set the tone for what was to come sixty minutes had the only camera in the room is richard nixon and friends watch the vote at the republican convention it gave him the nomination for president get to work how does richard nixon if elected by a majority interviewed by mike on the second program the candidate made a remark that history would note the most important thing about a public man it's not whether he's loved or disliked whether he respected and i hope to restore respect to the presidency at all levels by mike conduct we moved into this place this virtually all of the presidents of the last half century of fielded questions on the broadcast then ticipant all these questions are you really going to build a wall guess liz league got the first television interview with donald trump shortly after he won the two thousand sixteen election are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president you can duct myself in a very good manner he was thoughtful he answered all my questions but are you gonna be tweeting i'm going to do very restrained if i use it at all then i thought okay he's not going to tweet anymore we're going to see something completely different got that wrong interviewed barack obama eighteen times afghanistan employment problem healthcare bill to keep going yeah the very smart man always a pleasure to interview i think it's fair to say steve that if let me just finish the thought that he was always in the moment thoughtful and relaxed what else you got i don't kid myself the reason he did so many stories with us was because of sixty minutes not because of me because of the power and the influence of the.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The shady pharmacies and doctors i'm bill whitaker with sixty minutes we'd like to speak with congressman marino congressman tom marino who pushed this legislation through congress was tapped by the trump administration to be the new drugs are in two days after the story ran congressman marino withdraws his name from being considered and i would like to think that our story had something to do with that we want to be relevant we want to be current we wanna be about today's news actually shift figure succeeded don hewitt in two thousand and four is executive producer of sixty minutes and when we cover a story and reported on sunday night and it has impact on monday morning that's what you hope for you are the last major communist dictatorship over the years we've landed timely interviews with world leaders me yes you putin russia assad of syria saddam hussein with dan rather in two thousand and threes the iraqi leader denied having weapons of mass destruction a key justification for the impending american invasion i think america and the world also knows that the iraq no longer has the weapons it was a controversial interview but events would prove that what saddam said about the weapons was correctness others in two thousand fifteen pope francis was about to embark on a trip to the united states a big story in a rare opportunity for a few questions from sixty minutes what is your goal for america to meet people he told us just to meet with them i think we're more current now than we were in past years but values and the standards that we live by are the same as they were the very first broadcast went on the air in nineteen sixty eight i'm mike wallace sim behind the scenes footage of the taping of that first broadcast his survived well done it began with hearing reasoner getting rid of a cigarette it was after all the sixties sixty minutes volume one number one new opening one good evening here in mike wallace thought the introduction was perfect but in the control room don hewitt wasn't happy with the way mike was sitting end is always don got with don once he was brash and brilliant man who not only came up with the idea for the broadcast but ran it for thirty six years new opening take to it on this day they roll the tape again and roll the dice on don's grand experiment this is sixty minutes it's a kind of a magazine for television richard nixon and his entourage in the very first story set the tone for what was to come sixty minutes had the only camera in the room is richard nixon and friends watched the vote at the republican convention it gave him the nomination for president got to work how does richard nixon if elected by majority interviewed by mike on the second program the candidate made a remark that history would note the most important thing about a public man it's not whether he's loved or disliked us respected and i hope to restore respect to the presidency at all levels by mike conduct we moved into this spices all of the presidents of the last half century of fielded questions on the broadcast all these questions are you really going to build a wall guess liz league got the first television interview with donald trump shortly after he won the two thousand sixteen election are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president conduct myself in a very good manner he was thoughtful he answered all my questions but are you gonna be tweeting i'm gonna do very restrained if i use it at all then i thought okay he's not going to tweet anymore we're gonna see something completely different that wrong mr president we interviewed barack obama eighteen times afghanistan employment problem healthcare bill want me to keep going yeah very smart man always a pleasure to interview i think it's fair to say steve that if let me just finish the thought that he was always in the moment thoughtful and relaxed what else you got okay i don't kid myself the reason he did so many stories with us was because of sixty minutes not because of me because of the power and the influence of the.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The shady pharmacies and doctors i'm bill whitaker with sixty minutes we'd like to speak with congressman marino congressman tom marino who pushed this legislation through congress was tapped by the trump administration to be the new drugs are in two days after the story ran congressman marino withdraws his name from being considered and i would like to think that our story had something to do with that we want to be relevant we want to be current we wanna be about today's news actually shift figure succeeded don hewitt in two thousand and four is executive producer of sixty minutes and when we cover a story and reported on sunday night and it has impact on monday morning that's what you hope for you are the last major communist dictatorship over the years we've landed timely interviews with world leaders me yes you putin of russia assad of syria saddam hussein with dan rather in two thousand and three's the iraqi leader denied having weapons of mass destruction a key justification for the impending american invasion i think america and the world also notes that iraq no longer has the weapons it was a controversial interview but events would prove that what saddam said about the weapons was correctness others in two thousand fifteen pope francis was about to embark on a trip to the united states a big story in a rare opportunity for a few questions from sixty minutes what is your goal for america to meet people he told us just to meet with them i think we're more current now than we were in past years but values in the standards that we live by are the same as they were the very first broadcast on the air in nineteen sixty eight i'm mike wallace some behind the scenes footage of the taping of that first broadcast his survived well done it began with harry reasoner getting rid of a cigarette it was after all the sixties minute volume one number one new opening one good evening here and mike wallace thought the introduction was perfect but in the control room don hewitt wasn't happy with the way mike was sitting end is always don dot with don once he was brash and brilliant man who not only came up with the idea for the broadcast but ran it for thirty six years new opening take to it on this day they roll the tape again can roll the dice on don's grand experiment this is sixty minutes it's a kind of a magazine for television richard nixon and his entourage and the very first story set the tone for what was to come sixty minutes had the only camera in the room is richard nixon infringe watched the vote at the republican convention it gave him the nomination for president sit down and get to work how does richard nixon if elected by a majority interviewed by mike on the second program the candidate made a remark that history would note the most important thing about a public man it's not whether he's loved or disliked but whether us respected and i hope to restore respect to the presidency at all levels by my conduct we moved into this place is virtually all of the presidents of the last half century of fielded questions on the broadcast you didn't anticipate all these questions are you really going to build a wall guess liz li got the first television interview with donald trump shortly after he won the two thousand sixteen election are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president conduct myself in a very good manner he was thoughtful he answered all my questions but are you going to be tweeting i'm going to do very restrained if i use it at all i thought okay he's not going to tweet anymore we're gonna see something completely different at that wrong we interviewed barack obama eighteen times afghanistan employment prom healthcare me to keep going yeah very smart man always a pleasure to interview i think fair to say steve that if let me just finish the thought that he was always in the moment thoughtful and relaxed what else you got i don't kid myself the reason he did so many stories with us was because of sixty minutes not because of me because of the power and the influence of the.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"The shady pharmacies doctors i'm bill whitaker with sixty minutes we'd like to speak with congressman marino congressman tom marino who pushed this legislation through congress was tapped by the trump administration to be the new drugs are in two days after the story ran congressman marino withdraws his name from being considered and i would like to think that our story had something to do with that we want to be relevant we want to be current we wanna be about today's news actually shift figure succeeded don hewitt in two thousand and four as executive producer of sixty minutes and when we cover a story and reported on sunday night and it has impact on monday morning that's what you hope for you are the last major communist dictatorship over the years we've landed timely interviews with world leaders me yes you put russia assad of syria saddam hussein with dan rather in two thousand and three the iraqi leader denied having weapons of mass destruction key justification for the impending american invasion i think medica on the world also knows that iraq no longer has the weapons it was a controversial interview but events would prove that what saddam said about the weapons was correct in two thousand fifteen pope francis was about to embark on a trip to the united states a big story in a rare opportunity for a few questions from sixty minutes what is your goal for america to meet people he told us just to meet with them i think we're more current now than we were in past years but values in the standards that we live by are the same as they were the very first broadcast that went on the air in nineteen sixty eight i'm mike wallet some behind the scenes footage of the taping of that first broadcast has survived well done it begin with harry reasoner getting rid of cigarette it was after all the sixties minute volume one number one you opening take what good evening here mike wallace thought the introduction was perfect but in the control room don hewitt wasn't happy with the way mike was sitting famous end is always don dot with don juan he was brash and brilliant man who not only came up with the idea for the broadcast but ran it for thirty six sheets new opening take to it on this day they roll the tape again and roll the dice on don's grand experiment this is sixty minutes it's a kind of a magazine for television richard nixon and his entourage and the very first story set the tone for what was to come sixty minutes at the only camera in the room as richard nixon and friends watched the vote at the republican convention gave him the nomination for president get to work how does richard nixon if elected by majority interviewed by mike on the second program the candidate made a remark that history would note the most important thing about a public man is not whether he's loved or disliked but whether is respected and i hope to restore respect to the presidency at all levels by my conduct we moved into this this all of the president's of the last half century of fielded questions on the broadcast anticipate all these questions are you really going to build a wall yes liz league legal the first television interview with donald trump shortly after he won the two thousand sixteen election are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president you know conduct myself in a very good manner he was thoughtful he answered all my questions but are you going to be tweeting i'm going to do very restrained if i use it at all and i thought okay he's not going to tweet anymore we're going to see something completely different that wrong mr president we interviewed barack obama eighteen times afghanistan employment problem healthcare bill to keep going yeah very smart man always a pleasure to interview i think it's fair to say steve if let me just finish the thought that he was always in the moment thoughtful and relaxed what else you got i don't kid myself the reason he did so many stories with us was because of sixty minutes not because of me because of the power and the influence of the.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The shady pharmacies and doctors i'm bill whitaker with sixty minutes we'd like to speak with congressman marino congressman tom marino who pushed this legislation through congress was tapped by the trump administration to be the new drugs are in two days after the story ran congressman marino withdraws his name from being considered and i would like to think that our story had something to do with that we want to be relevant we wanna be current we wanna be about today's news actually shift figure succeeded don hewitt in two thousand and four is executive producer of sixty minutes and when we cover a story and reported on sunday night and it has impact on monday morning that's what you hope for you are the last major communist dictatorship over the years we've landed timely interviews with world leaders me yes you put russia assad of syria saddam hussein with dan rather in two thousand and threes the iraqi leader denied having weapons of mass destruction a key justification for the impending american invasion i think america and the world also notes that iraq no longer has the weapons it was a controversial interview but events would prove that what saddam said about the weapons was correctness others in two thousand fifteen who francis was about to embark on trip to the united states the big story in a rare opportunity for a few questions from sixty minutes what is your goal for america to meet people he told us just to meet with them i think we're more current now than we were in past years but values and the standards that we live by are the same as they were the very first broadcast went on the air in nineteen sixty eight i'm mike wallace some behind the scenes footage of the taping of that first broadcast his survived well done it began with harry reasoner getting rid of a cigarette it was after all the sixties volume one number one you opening one good evening here in mike wallace thought the introduction was perfect but in the control room don hewitt wasn't happy with the way mike was sitting end is always don dot with don juan he was brash brilliant man who not only came up with the idea for the broadcast but ran it for thirty six years new opening take to it on this day they roll the tape again can roll the dice on don's grand experiment this is sixty minutes it's a kind of a magazine for television richard nixon and his entourage in the very first story set the tone for what was to sixty minutes had the only camera in the room is richard nixon and friends watch the vote at the republican convention it gave him the nomination for president get to work how does richard nixon if elected via majority interviewed by mike on the second program the candidate made a remark that history would note the most important thing about a public man is not whether he's loved or disliked but whether he is respected and i hope to restore respect to the presidency at all levels my conduct we moved into this spices virtually all of the presidents of the last half century of fielded questions on the broadcast you didn't anticipate all these questions are you really going to build a wall guess liz league got the first television interview with donald trump shortly after he won the two thousand and sixteen are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president conduct myself in a very good manner he was thoughtful he answered all my questions but are you gonna be tweeting i'm going to do very restrained if i use it at all then i thought okay he's not going to tweet anymore we're gonna see something completely different at that wrong we interview barack obama eighteen times afghanistan employment problem healthcare bill want me to keep going yeah very smart man always a pleasure to interview i think it's fair to say steve that if money just finish the thought that he was always in the moment and relaxed what else you got okay i don't kid myself the reason he did so many stories with us was because of sixty minutes not because of me because of the.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The shady pharmacies and doctors i'm bill whitaker with sixty minutes we'd like to speak with congressman marino congressman tom marino who pushed this legislation through congress was tapped by the trump administration to be the new drugs are in two days after the story ran congressman marino withdraws his name from being considered and i would like to think that our story had something to do with that we want to be relevant we wanna be current we wanna be about today's news jeff figure succeeded don hewitt in two thousand and four this executive producer of sixty minutes and when we cover a story and reported on sunday night and it has impact on monday morning that's what you hope for you are the last major communist dictatorship over the years we've landed timely interviews with world leaders me yes you putin of russia assad of syria saddam hussein with dan rather in two thousand and threes the iraqi leader denied having weapons of mass destruction a key justification for the impending american invasion i think america and the world also knows that iraq no longer has the weapons it was a controversial interview but events would prove that what saddam said about the weapons was correctness others in two thousand fifteen pope francis was about to embark on a trip to the united states the big story in a rare opportunity for a few questions from sixty minutes what is your goal for america came to meet people he told us just to meet with them i think we're more current now than we were in past years but values and the standards that we live by are the same as they were the very first broadcast that went on the air in nineteen sixty eight i'm mike wallace sim behind the scenes footage of the taping of that first broadcast his servive well done it began with harry reasoner getting rid of cigarette it was after all the sixties minute volume one number one you opening one good evening here and mike wallace thought the introduction was perfect but in the control room don hewitt wasn't happy with the way mike was sitting famous end is always don dot with don wants he was a brilliant man who not only came up with the idea for the broadcast but ran it for thirty six years new opening take to it on this day they roll the tape again and roll the dice on don's grand experiment this is sixty minutes it's a kind of a magazine for television richard nixon and his entourage and the very first story set the tone for what was to come sixty minutes had the only camera in the room is richard nixon and friends watched the vote at the republican convention it gave him the nomination for president get to work how does richard nixon if elected by a majority interviewed by mike on the second program the candidate made a remark that history would note the most important thing about a public man is not whether he's loved or disliked whether is respected and i hope to restore respect to the presidency at all levels by mike conduct we moved into this spices virtually all of the presidents of the last half century of fielded questions on the broadcast you didn't anticipate all these questions are you really going to build a wall guess liz league legal the first television interview with donald trump shortly after he won the two thousand sixteen election are people going to be surprised about how you conduct yourself as president conduct myself in a very good manner he was thoughtful he answered all my questions but are you going to be tweeting i'm gonna do very restrained if i use it at all and i thought okay he's not going to tweet anymore we're going to see something completely different at that wrong mr president we interviewed barack obama eighteen times afghanistan employment problem healthcare bill want me to keep going yeah very smart man always a pleasure to interview i think it's fair to say steve that if let me just finish the thought that he was always in the moment thoughtful and relaxed what else you got i don't kid myself the reason he did so many stories with us was because of sixty minutes not because of me because of the power and the influence of the.

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Gynecological mesh: The medical device that has 100,000 women suing

News, Traffic and Weather

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Gynecological mesh: The medical device that has 100,000 women suing

"Carcass was sedated an electric was administered to a brain for a few seconds the seizure lasted about a minute you'll sign of it with some slight trembling in her feet you're okay with the treatment we felt being broadcast and convinced that that if i can be that public that it will help others i'm steve kroft i'm lesley stahl i'm scott pelley i'm anderson cooper i'm bill whitaker those stories tonight on sixty minutes there is tremendous controversy about a surgical device implanted in more than two million american women it's a strip of plastic called gynecological mesh the manufacturers and several medical society say the implant is safe but more than one hundred thousand women are suing and together they make up the largest multi district litigation since as best as one of the largest manufacturers of gynecological meshes boston scientific a medical device maker with nine billion dollars in sales millions of patients benefit from its pacemakers stents and other devices but boston scientific has attracted forty eight thousand lawsuits.

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When Russian hackers targeted the U.S. election infrastructure

News, Traffic and Weather

02:39 min | 2 years ago

When Russian hackers targeted the U.S. election infrastructure

"One oh six nine am seven forty kcbs monday april ninth coming up on kcbs russia in syria accused israel of firing missiles on an airbase two days after a chlorine gas attack that killed dozens of people we'll also hear some sixty minutes kcbs news time to thirty news update israel has accused of jumping into the mix in syria both syria and russia are blaming israel for a missile attack on an airbase and homes province that's killed fourteen people military expert retired lieutenant colonel daniel davis israel's very famous for for kind of going it alone on on things that they consider their national interest out there there's no comment from israel but in tweets yesterday president trump hinted at possible us retaliation for a suspected chlorine gas attack on civilians near damascus cbs's wendy gillette is in new york the un security council will convene today for an emergency session to discuss the suspected chemical attack in syria images from first responders show what they say is the result of a poison gas attack saturday opposition activists and local rescuers insist at least forty people were killed in a rebel held town is syrian government denies allegations it launched an attack calling them fabrications cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez kcbs news time to thirty two time now for a segment from last night sixty minutes broadcast on cbs in this segment correspondent bill whitaker looks into when russian hackers first targeted the us election infrastructure the us intelligence community has concluded there is no doubt the russians meddled in the two thousand sixteen presidential election leaking stolen emails and inflaming tensions on social media while congress and special counsel robert muller investigate russian interference including whether the campaign of donald trump colluded with russia we have been looking into another victor of the attack on american democracy a sweeping cyber assault on state voting systems that us intelligence tied to the russian government tonight you'll find out what happened from the front line soldiers of a cyber war that was fought largely out of public view on digital battlegrounds in states throughout the country the first shots were fired here in illinois not far from downtown springfield in a nondescript shopping center the kind you'll find anywhere in the united states they're in a repurpose supermarket is the headquarters of the.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Says she dropped out of school at fourteen and doesn't have a diploma luisa that come up in some interviewers and yeah it was an it's so she is talking it's a sixty minutes episode she did an interview with bill whitaker and she said that reading a script was the first time she felt smart in her life all i she says i struggled through school i never felt very smart and when i'm reading the script and i feel like i know exactly what it would look like if somebody felt that way that was a whole part of my brain that i didn't even know existed something i could be confident in and i didn't want to let it go well that yards reaction to that dear and erin as she said she didn't want to let her talent go so she had to convince her parents to let her pursue acting at the age of fourteen he must have been very persuasive because not allowed appearance would have done that she dropped out of middle school she says i don't technically have a ged or a diploma i am self educated she says she doesn't regret the decision she wanted to forge her own path and she said even as she said i found what i wanted to do and i didn't want anything getting in the way of it even friends for many years were not as important to me is my career from the age of fourteen wow this episode her episode of sixty minutes is airing on sunday and this is all of course promoting the movie red spero which will be in theaters on march ii but boy fourteen i mean it's one thing to hear of them like we left i left and right inisted on my own but oh my goodness i can't even imagine okay yesterday we were talking about highly jenner already making money off of this new baby stormy threw her makeup live in versus absolute key and king lau aleve that is very hurt she said yes i mean it's absolutely that's what everybody it's all of like the big news networks have been reporting the connection that she posted that she was over snapchat and was sick of it and then like shares tumble a billion dollars dollars worth naiad someone just tweeted us you guys that a man in a two two and a monkey pena's pouched just three debt.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Distributors some of them multibillion dollar fortune 500 companies are the middlemen that ship the pain pills from manufacturers like purdue pharma and johnson johnson two drugstores all over the country cbs's bill whitaker on sixty minutes wbz news time one 42 now sports any winds goodwin patriots got their latest yesterday in the meadowlands over the jets and wbz's adam kauffman in the com sports studio yang around hard round well like round are both us sus as good as we've run the ball against us specially a regular suits while so that other josh in a call a great game iran outside iran insider ember we saw soviets imbalance serve with our offense wanted a good job of mental getting evac started than the bucks reynard bill belgium expatriate sit 19th in the nfl with one hundred two rushing yards gain time for 19th before yards per carry both categories bolstered in yesterday's win over the jets pants ran for one hundred eighteen yards four point seven per attempt same average for leading rusher dion luis umass fifty two yards in the score on eleven carries mike gillislee limited ten carries because of the first quarter fumble loses totalled one hundred five yards on just eighteen tries last two games after forty six yards on twelve gary's through four weeks is twenty nine snaps yesterday march seasonhigh he'd received anywhere between twelve and eighteen the first five games which he admitted was frustrating falcons our next sunday night there allowing four point three yards per rush adam kaufman wbz sports traffic and weather together on the threes all day long wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time one forty three traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"D a supervisor spoke about it with cbs's bill whitaker on sixty minutes there was a lot of pills a lotta people dying in we had pools in our toolbox to try to use in stem that flow but it seemed down and headquarters that that pool box was shut off you're watching an out of control epidemic and yet you both you'll that at the height of this epidemic you're in your hands were being tied yeah if it's a war on drugs than treated like a war younger also says they d a is undermined by new legislation which requires more evidence ends before taking action the us army sergeant he walked off his post in afghanistan back in '09 pleads guilty to desertion he understands he left his observation post autozone and understand from leaving was against the law surge in bogor dole told that to the military judge fort bragg north carolina heavy pleaded guilty desertion in this behavior before the enemy doll was charged after he disappeared from his base in afghanistan a june two thousand nine or was held captive by the taliban until may 2014 he was released at a preserves walk for five detainees at guantanamo bay sensing is expected later this month joe ramsey washington wbz news time twelve twelve time for sports week six any nfl wraps up tonight night when a titans host the cold not exactly a barn burner the patriots earned their second straight win yesterday afternoon with a survival on the road so that means it's time to take stock wv adam coughing joins us with more any aticketcom sport's studio window here could keep grinding solo.

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"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"bill whitaker" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Business reports this is wbz news radio 1030 boston wctc news time eleven eighteen mostly cloudy seventy two degrees involved in good monday morning october ninth i'm teeny gal wbz news here's what we're following and a wbz newsroom president trump takes a verbal shot a republican senator bob corker this after corker criticize the president for statements he's made online an off mr trump a tactical her for his part in the iran deal corker was an early trump supporter hundreds protests outside as suffolk county house of corrections at south they last night were two hundred immigrants are currently being detained and a berth on the mass pike a baby came into the world overnight on the westbound side near the also in brighton eggs ed state police were on scene the baby was taken to brigham and women's on wall street the dow is up nearly eight points nasdaq has picked up to and the s p 500 is down to in other news were learning more about the night of the las vegas mass shooting in the aftermath of the october first massacre a pack of more than three hundred people ran to the airport to seek shelter in that process they knocked down a fence and at first security officials there thought they were attackers airport personnel eventually tended to the injured some of the first officers to enter the gunman's room were on cbs's sixty minutes last night they spoke with bill whitaker what else reducing i saw few phones laptops a couple of laptops he had in there a lot of drills drove audits hurls world bids all kinds of tools this was injury berry area but dust from explosive breach and then you at the flashing lights of straight up by got him a movie authorities and investigators have yet to determine a motive for the shoe in which killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds more residents in northern california are forced to flee their homes this after windfueled fires began to burn across the state winecountry davis shoe is with cal fire is a very serious situation in its burning out of control of the moment the winds are very very heavy here so we've got just a a lot of dead dying fuel of worth of late in the ball this is.

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