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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:52 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city they should to Moore's here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark met six a tourney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for victims they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what a data traps are coming to address the Turkey trouble in Toms River New Jersey department of environmental protection is moving forward of the plan to trap and relocate the birds they've been chasing residents and terrorizing locals including Todd Frazier the former Mets and Yankees star whose car was attacked by the turkeys seven eighty is going to traffic and weather together on our own time Comiskey sponsored by major world dot com and spot hero chop rated first off on over seventy eight on the eastbound side exit forty three Berkeley high we did have a collision there we had at least one lane blocked at that location we've also at the late on number twenty two as we get ready for the area the garden state parkway just look at about your body there it sounds of the Lincoln and Holland tunnels without the way that about of the thirty minutes away he should just getting a look at the end of the holiday especially from the covered roadways Jersey city to make your body there we've also by the way that the inbound GWB at about twenty on the upper level it was in there it's now clear way south and York State Thruway delayed as you get toward the palisades again join across the Cuomo Tappan Zee bridge northbound for weight everything re open in that area Ridgeway seven a truck fire extinguished and cleared Bronze rocks that great watch resolved one lane is blocked heavy on the Grand Central is beginning to look for to get collision there is now cleared away I'm confiscate spot hero which operate eighty you buying a car before which may include you dead on fees you need to stop at major world you pay just a seventy five dollar dealer fee the price you negotiate is the price you pay plus tax tags DMV it's major world dot com one eight hundred major auto and they're open till midnight we have bright morning sunshine ed decided chill in the air again Greg Allen we do and here's the difference this morning you don't have much of a wind chill this morning compared to where we are with the actual temperatures but with the mostly clear skies a little bit of cloud in this out there but the mostly clear sky and the light winds that we have this morning it's allowed the temperature to drop quite quickly in the distant suburbs north and west of the city in the valleys and also east out over the eastern end of the island out towards the pine barrens teams one team so you just have to deal with the the plain old cold this morning today's high will recover a little bit get up to about forty five though tonight not as cold thirty five to forty near thirty in the suburbs and then Friday it's mostly sunny and milder with highs close to fifteen you think going in the right direction just when you think that the cold air comes back the Altes five day forecasts were about forty on Saturday forty to forty five Sunday with increasing clouds increasing wind again on Sunday and by Sunday night and Monday there's a chance we can get grazed by a bit of rain spotty light rain and highs on Monday just in the middle forties it's twenty nine now humidity fifty one percent Greg Allen the weather center at seven twenty one suspect in custody in the latest targeting of the orthodox community in borough park more from Brooklyn W. CBS reporter Joe Avelar there been several hate crimes in borough park recently police believe they've solved one of them they're charging an eighteen role more heat hope with throwing eggs at a Brooklyn synagogue and at a woman and girl park on November ninth they say that hoc threw an egg at thirty eight year old woman as she was walking down thirty eighth street near fourteenth Avenue in borough park at six o'clock at night on November ninth she wasn't hit and then fifteen minutes later they charge hold through an egg at the wall of congregation but night tora-san's at the three sixty nine day hill road then the next day there was another egg throwing incident in borough park Brooklyn in that case they're looking for two other men or teens they felt it a woman with exit thirty eight street and fifteenth Avenue again police are calling that a hate crime as well but they believe they've solved this particular series of hate crimes and they're charging an eighteen year old low heat hope with that Joe level are WCBS newsradio eight eighty a body of a newborn has been found in a vacant lot this was discovered last night in port Jervis police and talking to neighbors hoping to find witnesses helping somebody will come forward information on what they found they were thirty.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:55 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city they should to Moore's here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt six attorney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for victim they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio one eight eighty now at five eighteen it's time for traffic and weather together was sponsored by Bruneian campy easy plumbing heating and air conditioning and Ken Daniels is there somebody issue we have of had had some subway shoes so well for one thing we had some problems on the four and six train so they're continuing with that of all directions for in six we got a services manager between eighty six and the Brooklyn Bridge so we've got an issue there with emergency activity at Grand Central so we'll keep that in mind instituted WCBS eight eighty keep our eye on that situations all the other subway issues were involving construction with that's been the big one now also one oh seven on Long Island this is both directions Marie road into fort street in Hicksville gets a police activity all lanes are blocked there still and across the Hudson River minor delays at the Holiday Inn in the George washer bridged altered side is in effect for today we've got better news in New Jersey looks a couple of things wrapped up there were causing some slowdowns done nor by twenty seven to twenty two in Bedminster actually cleared and or by the Jersey turnpike truck laid to do I could nineties project overturned vehicle upright in clear there I would extravagant day less than ten minutes all.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The boy was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop amores here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt sixty tourney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claim she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what eight eighty it's four thirty three after the public defender organization legal aid society found out the NYPD had been keeping a database of fingerprints from tens of thousands of children arrested juveniles Hey put that info out to the public because that practice is illegal New York state law bars police from keeping juvenile fingerprints so the legal aid society threatened to sue noni now the NYPD announced Wednesday that is gotten rid of all juvenile fingerprints records from the database and will no longer keep them indefinitely a Connecticut U. S. center getting involved in the case of a dairy and man accused of killing a hotel worker in the Caribbean back in April charged with manslaughter Scott have good from Darien missed a court date in Anguilla officials on the Caribbean island which is a British territory want him extradited they're seeking a warrant Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal I purchased this state are meant to be very aggressive in seeking to protect him from unfair proceedings happens attorney fears for his safety and questions the fairness of legal proceedings in April the trader and his family were on vacation at a luxury resort hotel worker Kenny Mitchell came to the room allegedly to fix a sink Hapgood claims Mitchell tried to rob him at knife point during a violent struggle Mitchell died his family wants justice according to The New York Times a toxicology report concluded Mitchell had a lethal amount of cocaine in his system president trump has said he would look into this case because something isn't right in Derry and John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty when the R. city council has a bill before them which has the goal of making it easier for people to know what's up with investigations Richard Torres says the department of investigation looks for fraud mismanagement and abuses in city government but when it finds them does not check to determine whether suggested reforms are enacted he told a hearing we have to follow up follow through and see to it that city agencies are implementing reforms that make government more transparent and more accountable more effective and more ethical we have to be oriented toward producing real world results rather than simply issuing reports store as legislation would establish a dashboard on the DOE website disclosing which city agencies cooperate with an investigation and then implement its recommendations at two fifty Broadway rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight New York state's chief administrative judge Laurence marks told lawmakers wins the that the state has the most complicated inefficient and outdated trial court structure in the nation and as a result resources move slow within the system and as a result people arrested sit in jail like in Ryker's island through delay after delay while attorney fees stack up no less well judge March may this argument Wednesday at a hearing in New York City for lawmakers who are considering a proposal to amend the state constitution to do away with the state's eleven trial courts and replace them with a three level structure it's.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:22 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this are critical for victims they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio one eight eighty the centers for disease control and prevention is trying to sound the alarm about the effects of using too many antibiotics it's been known for awhile that antibiotic resistance was a problem we just didn't know it was this bad each year in a way out of resistant bacteria and fungi causing at least thirty five thousand deaths and more than two point eight million infections CDC director doctor Robert Redfield saying about every fifteen minutes somebody dies from an antibiotic infection in our country Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta I'll reserve chairman Jerome Powell was on Capitol Hill yesterday talking about the economic outlook we see the current stance of monetary policy as likely to remain appropriate as long as incoming information about the economy remains broadly consistent with our outlook of moderate growth a strong labor market and inflation nearest metric to percent objective translation the fed is likely keeping its benchmark short term interest rates the same in the coming months unless the economy slows enough to cause the fed policy makers to make what he calls a material reassessment of their outlook Billy CBS news time three thirty five the US Supreme Court says justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been missing some time at home justice Ginsburg was absent when her colleagues took the bench Wednesday morning Chief Justice John Roberts announced she was indisposed but would take part in the decision of the two cases being argued a spokeswoman for the court said his stomach bug kept Ginsburg get home the eighty six year old has had two separate bouts with cancer in the past year her recovery from lung cancer surgery caused her to miss court sessions in January they were her first absences from arguments in a quarter century as justice Shelly employer Washington researchers from Washington university in St Louis have been looking around a ranch in Warren County Missouri because they're trying to find a rock but not just any rock a meteorite that fell to earth somewhere west of Saint Louis Monday night at about forty four thousand miles an hour broke the sound barrier because a huge sonic boom has now because a huge commotion on George heath's rants I hope they find it it would be awesome I think that because well rename the farmer if they find some longer now yeah have these red folks out there these researchers from watch you and they're getting close I think they're in the vicinity the media rights can be worth from box to into the thousands the real value is the scientific information they contain a long time media right hander Steve Arnold explaining why they're all out there right now it's three thirty six this is the only CBS on air at eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app download it for free then listen to us anytime anywhere let's say you just bought a house.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city they should to Moore's here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt sixty tourney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this are critical for Victor vied hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in his statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio one eight eighty after the public defender organization legal aid society found out the FBI in NYPD not FBI the NYPD have been keeping a database of fingerprints from tens of thousands of children arrested as juveniles they put that info out into the public because that practice is illegal New York state law bars police from keeping juvenile fingerprints sold the legal aid society threaten to sue but no need now NYPD announced Wednesday it has gotten rid of all juvenile fingerprint records from the database and will no longer keep them indefinitely a Connecticut U. S. senator is getting involved in the case of a dairy and man accused of killing a hotel worker in the Caribbean back in April charged with manslaughter Scott have good from Darien missed a court date in Anguilla officials on the Caribbean island which is a British territory want to match to died they're seeking a warrant Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal I birch this state are meant to be very aggressive in seeking to protect him from unfair proceedings happens attorney fears for his safety and questions the fairness of legal proceedings in April the trader and his family were on vacation at a luxury resort hotel worker Kenny Mitchell came to the room allegedly to fix a sink have good claims Mitchell tried to rob him at knife point during a violent struggle Mitchell died his family wants justice according to The New York Times a toxicology report concluded Mitchell had a lethal amount of cocaine in his system president trump has said he would look into this case because something isn't right in Derry and John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty New York City Council has a bill before then which has the goal of making it easier for people to know what's up with investigations Richard Torres says the department of investigation looks for fraud mismanagement and abuses in city government but when it finds them does not check to determine whether suggested reforms are enacted he told a hearing we have to follow up follow through and see to it that city agencies are implementing reforms that make government more transparent and more countable more effective and more ethical we have to be oriented toward producing real world results rather than simply issuing reports store as legislation would establish a dashboard on the D. O. U. website disclosing which city agencies cooperate with an investigation and then implement its recommendations at two fifty Broadway rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight a Somerset County New Jersey man will spend a day in jail one day basically because of his taste in home decor the US attorney's office in Pennsylvania Eastern District says sixty two year old Lauren Varga of Franklin township New Jersey was told it was a crime to buy a tiger skin rug but he did it anyway what across state lines to buy what came from an endangered species and for that of Argo will also have to pay a fifteen hundred dollar fine on top of two years probation and that one day in jail well Lynyrd Skynyrd would be proud of New York state environmental protection officials who freed two peregrine falcons wins the in Manhattan free bird Lynyrd Skynyrd state workers have been taking care of the too rare falcons endangered in New York state not one of the two was just a year old had to be nursed back to health after it was found hurt at a lower Manhattan parking garage the number of peregrine falcons it's been growing since the early eighties after the state banned pesticides like DDT back in nineteen seventy one the number of falcons failed big time for the first half of the nineteen hundreds it is one thirty six now this is doubly CBS on air at eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app you can download it for free then listen to us anytime anywhere stop by Reilly auto.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:57 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop amores here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt six attorney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what eight eighty WCBS news time eleven thirty four now to super bugs factions and those rates and not looking good it's been known for awhile that antibiotic resistance was a problem we just didn't know it was this bad each year in a way arctic resistant bacteria and fungi causing at least thirty five thousand deaths and more than two point eight million infections CDC director doctor Robert Redfield saying about every fifteen minutes somebody dies from an antibiotic infection in our country Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta only CBS news time coming up on eleven thirty five now to Capitol Hill at least that's where federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell was today talking with lawmakers about interest rates we see the current stance of monetary policy as likely to remain appropriate as long as incoming information about the economy remains broadly consistent with our outlook of moderate growth a strong labor market and inflation nearest metric to percent objective translation interest rates are not expected to change Powell also said the fed is likely to keep its benchmark short term interest rates the same in the coming months unless the economy slows enough to cause federal policy makers to make what he calls a material reassessment of their outlook the Supreme Court says justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments right now court because she's at home sick justice Ginsburg was absent when her colleagues took the bench Wednesday morning Chief Justice John Roberts announced she was indisposed but would take part in the decision of the two cases being argued a spokeswoman for the court said a stomach bug kept Ginsburg get home the eighty six year old has had two separate bouts with cancer in the past year her recovery from lung cancer surgery caused her to miss court sessions in January they were her first absences from arguments in a quarter century as justice Shelly employer Washington it is eleven thirty six hours is doubly CBS on here at eight eighty and on demand only on a radio dot com app you can download it for free then listen to us anytime.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The boy was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city they should to Moore's here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt six attorney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor vied hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what eight eighty New York City Council has a bill before them now which has the goal of making it easier for people to know what is up with investigations the city department of investigation probes government agencies for fraud mismanagement and abuse of power but council member Richie Taurus told a hearing it does not check to see whether suggested reforms are implemented as a city we cannot afford a hit and run approach to investigations we cannot content ourselves to issue reports and then move on to the next order of business and tore as proposes a measure to require the department of investigation to put a dash board on its website reporting each agency's cooperation and compliance with the wise investigation and recommendations at two fifty Broadway rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight well check traffic.

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10 10 WINS

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Leverage security assistance security assistance to a country at war it seems you agreed waiting or unwittingly to participate in a drama but the main performance Russia hoax has ended and you've been cast in the low rent Ukrainian sequel I haven't watched I have a watch for one minute because I've been with the president which is much more important as far as I'm concerned this is a sham and shouldn't be allowed no word yet how many people did watch it was the first public hearing in the impeachment investigation and although it may have lacked fire works and why you law professor Ryan Goodman says the visual made it seem much more real just to see the exchange with these individuals a face to face with the Congress brought it to a different level Goodman says the key piece of new information and they do on bass and Taylor hearing a cell phone conversation in which the president allegedly said he cared more about the investigation into the bidens they did your cranium reporter Lisa Hagen with US news and World Report says more on that to come or a little actually be testifying publicly next week so he will definitely be asked that question the public portion of the impeachment inquiry continues Friday with former Ukraine ambassador you Bondevik al Jones ten ten wins news president trump hosted Turkey's president and one today at the White House Turkey as everyone knows is a great NATO ally and a strategic partner of the United States around the world our economic relationship has tremendous potential Hey continues to expand and to grow the visit comes amid controversy over Turkey's recent invasion of northern Syria Mike Bloomberg today requested a presidential ballot petition for the Tennessee democratic presidential primary twenty five hundred signatures are required by December third when news time eleven oh seven a Roman Catholic bishop who investigated sex abuse has himself been accused of sexual abuse the lawsuit is brought by fifty six year old Martin that Sir he claims that when he was an altar boy at St Nicolas church in Jersey city he was sexually abused by dimarzio and a fellow priest who has since died matches attorneys Mitchell Garabedian he wants the bishop put on administrative leave three March children to be kept safe Anne's outraged that bishop DiMaggio would be appointed by pope Francis to investigate the diocese of buffalo they shipped more zero is in Rome to see the pope for a previously scheduled visit with other New York bishops in his statement more zero said in his nearly fifty years as a priest he's never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Carol Deoria ten ten wins news nine new born baby discovered in a wooded area of port Jervis in upstate Orange County the infant's body was found in a blanket Tuesday night with the umbilical cord attached some unexpected news from CDC officials when it comes to super bug infections centers for disease control says about thirty six thousand Americans died from drug resistant infections in twenty seventeen but that's down eighteen percent since twenty thirteen officials credit an intense effort in hospitals to control the spread of extremely dangerous infections but while deaths are going down the report says infections over all our up and will super bugs mainly have been considered a hospital problem they are very much more often elsewhere Shelly out there Washington he says one of its officers came across a group of disorderly dirt bikers at a BP gas station on Brookner Boulevard in the Bronx sound their courtesy of the Daily News Tom said the officer approached the group and one of the bikers ditched his bike and ran away but we also tried to take possession of the bike he was surrounded by other bikers one of the bikers try to take the bike away from the office or at which point he took out but did not use his taser the bikers then fled no one was hurt when news time eleven oh nine hello then you would have never understood top hat or no hat on top the toughest part of every health it.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The boy was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop to Moore's here with his son to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt six attorney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Cherubini and is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty until recently New York City police secretly kept fingerprints of children arrested juveniles on file for good permanently and department database semi legal practice that raised alarms about for the nation's largest police force would go to keep tabs on kids well the legal aid society and cover this year's long practice said there were tens of thousands of these fingerprints on file well the public defender organization pressure the police department to acknowledge it and then threatened legal action the make it stop now after all the wrangling and resistance the NYPD said today it is purged all juvenile fingerprint records from the database it will no longer keep them indefinitely it's ten thirty three a Connecticut US senator is getting involved in the case of a dairy and man accused of killing a hotel worker in the Caribbean back in April charged with manslaughter Scott have good from Darien missed a court date in Anguilla officials on the Caribbean island which is a British territory want him extradited they're seeking a warrant Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal I purchased this state are meant to be very aggressive in seeking to protect him from unfair proceedings happens attorney fears for his safety and questions the fairness of legal proceedings in April the trader and his family were on vacation at a luxury resort hotel worker Kenny Mitchell came to the room allegedly to fix a sink Hapgood claims Mitchell tried to rob him at knife point during a violent struggle Mitchell died his family wants justice according to The New York Times a toxicology report concluded Mitchell had a lethal amount of cocaine in his system president trump has said he would look into this case because something isn't right in Derry and John Adams WCBS newsradio eighty New York City Council has a bill before them which has the goal of making it easier for people to know what is up with investigations Richard Taurus says the department of investigation looks for fraud mismanagement and abuses in city government but when it finds them does not check to determine whether suggested reforms are in a he told a hearing we have to follow up follow through and see to it that city agencies are implementing reforms that make government more transparent and more accountable more effective and more ethical we have to be oriented toward producing real world results rather than simply issuing reports far as legislation would establish a dashboard on the deal we website disclosing which city agencies cooperate with an investigation and then implement its recommendations at two fifty Broadway rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight nine privacy social justice and consumer groups all calling for the federal government to block Google's two point one billion dollar buyout a fitness gadget maker Fitbit they are citing anti trust and privacy concerns and wins the letter to the Federal Trade Commission that the deal would consolidate Google's dominance over internet services like search advertising and smartphone operating systems and they also said it would add to Google store of consumer data health information is of concerned Google hired healthcare executives hinting at held that a business to come politicians and regulators have been checking closely into Google and other Silicon Valley companies for how they use customer data lately now the levers of size to.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:50 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Boy was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop to Moore's here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt sixty tourney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars the suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor vied hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio one eight eighty super bugs are killing a lot of people and infections are on the rise to bring to keep it reports on the latest numbers from the CDC has been known for awhile that antibiotic resistance was a problem we just didn't know it was this bad each year in a way out of resistant bacteria and fungi causing at least thirty five thousand deaths and more than two point eight million infections CDC director doctor Robert Redfield saying about every fifteen minutes somebody dies from an antibiotic infection in our country Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell has been on Capitol Hill today telling lawmakers that interest rates are not expected to change as long as the economic outlook hold steady we see the current stance of monetary policy as likely to remain appropriate as long as incoming information about the economy remains broadly consistent with our outlook of moderate growth a strong labor market and inflation near symmetric two percent objective Powell also said the fed is likely to keep its benchmark short term interest rates unchanged in the coming months unless the economy slows enough to cause fed policy makers to make what he calls a material reassessment of their outlook the Supreme Court says justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gaze at best arguments today at the court because she's home sick AP correspondent Shelley Adler justice Ginsburg was absent when her colleagues took the bench Wednesday morning Chief Justice John Roberts announced she was indisposed but would take part in the decision of the two cases being argued a spokeswoman for the court said a stomach bug kept Ginsburg get home the eighty six year old has had two separate bouts with cancer in the past year her recovery from lung cancer surgery caused her to miss court sessions in January they were her first absences from arguments in a quarter century as justice Shelly employer Washington it's nine thirty six this is WCBS on the air at eight eighty and on demand only other radio dot com app download it now and take.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop amores here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt six attorney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this are critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what eight eighty legislation being considered by the city council would give the public a clearer look at corruption investigations at city hall WCBS is rich land with more the city department of investigation probes government agencies for fraud mismanagement and abuse of power but council member Richie Taurus told a hearing it does not check to see whether suggested reforms are implemented an investigation is only as good as the real world result it produces it is only as good as the follow up and follow through as a city we cannot afford a hit and run approach to investigations we cannot content ourselves to issue reports and then move on to the next order of business and tore as proposes a measure to require the department of investigation to put a dash board on its website reporting each agency's cooperation and compliance with the wise investigation and recommendations at two fifty Broadway rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight it's nine oh seven a two week search continues on Staten Island for missing your Jersey woman that's coming up in three minutes new.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The boy was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city they should the moors here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt sixty tourney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Cherubini and is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this are critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what eight eighty think about the cold weather complaint you've heard in the last day or selling imagine how bad it's been for dogs left out in the freezing conditions W. CBS's Sophia also some had to be rescued in Suffolk County authorities say when they arrive to the wooded area in manner veiled was twenty five degrees outside the wind chill made it feel like in the teens the six dogs ages one to five years old were chained or in cages their water bowls frozen the three beagles and three blood hounds survived a were taken to an animal shelter she for a grows from the Suffolk County SPCA tells me the law in the county you cannot leave a dog outside during extreme temperatures for more than one hour even if there's a dog house just just tied up to the tree we'll just left out in the yard like that has no way of protecting yourself for tonight is going to suffer at the end many cases they end up dying he says in another case they arrested a middle line Lynn man after four warnings of leaving his dog outside in the cold dogs are Scott little usual for Los Angeles by this horrible so be hold the B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty six eight oh seven Tom's river cooks up Turkey relocation plan that's coming up in three minutes.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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02:46 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop amores here was assigned to the church then and now eighteen seventy four or seventy five mark met six attorney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars there's two will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has told WCBS newsradio what eight eighty super bugs are killing a lot of people and infections are on the rise Sabrina Cupid reports on the latest numbers from the CDC it's been known for awhile that antibiotic resistance was a problem we just didn't know it was this bad each year in a way arctic resistant bacteria and fungi causing at least thirty five thousand deaths and more than two point eight million infections CDC director doctor Robert Redfield saying about every fifteen minutes somebody dies from an antibiotic infection in our country Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell has been on Capitol Hill today told lawmakers that interest rates are not expected to change as long as the economic outlook hold steady we see the current stance of monetary policy as likely to remain appropriate as long as incoming information about the economy remains broadly consistent with our outlook of moderate growth a strong labor market and inflation nearest metric to percent objective Powell also said the fed is likely to keep its benchmark short term interest rate unchanged in the coming months unless the economy slows enough to cause fed policy makers to make what he calls a material reassessment of their outlook the Supreme Court says justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is missing arguments of the court because she's home ill justice Ginsburg was absent when her colleagues took the bench Wednesday morning Chief Justice John Roberts announced she was indisposed but would take part in the decision of the two cases being argued a spokeswoman for the court said a stomach bug kept Ginsburg get home the eighty six year old has had two separate bouts with cancer in the past year her recovery from lung cancer surgery caused her to miss court sessions in January they were her first absences from arguments in a quarter century as justice shelling out there Washington seven thirty six a WCBS get your news traffic and weather on demand you can stream as on your phone on the free radio dot com app.

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"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"bishop dimaggio" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Boy was eleven or twelve years old then attended Saint Nicholas church in Jersey city bishop amores here was assigned to the church then in nineteen seventy four or seventy five mark Matt sixty tourney is Mitchell Garabedian my client claims she was sexually abused repeatedly by bishop DiMaggio and also by a father how but mark who was also assigned church Garabedian is seeking twenty million dollars this suit will be filed in December when the jerseys look back window open he says laws like this sure critical for Victor they provide hope they should do more zero denies the allegations saying in a statement quote I have never engaged in unlawful or inappropriate behavior Peter has gold WCT as newsradio what eight eighty the city council may give the public a clearer look at corruption investigations at city hall rich wham with this the city department of investigation probes government agencies for fraud mismanagement and abuse of power but council member Richie Taurus told a hearing it does not check to see whether suggested reforms are implemented an investigation is only as good as the real world result it produces it is only as good as the follow up and follow through as a city we cannot afford a hit and run approach to investigations we cannot content ourselves to issue reports and then move on to the next order of business and Taurus proposes a measure to require the department of investigation to put a dash board on its website reporting each agency's cooperation and compliance with the wise investigation and recommendations at two fifty Broadway rich lamb WCBS newsradio eight eight W. C. B. S. news time six oh.

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