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Dow closes down over 1,800 points as stocks suffer worst day since March
"The Dow Jones industrial average ended the day on Wall Street down over eighteen hundred points correspondent Steve Kassebaum says it was the worst day at the New York Stock Exchange in almost three months the three major indexes recorded their worst performances since March sixteenth at the start of the corona virus pandemic investors are worried about what a second wave of coronavirus would mean for the nation's economy if some businesses had to shut down again or some states had to reinstate restrictions while New York in New Jersey continue to move ahead with their phase three openings other states are seeing their numbers of coronavirus cases increase
Protesters, NYPD Square Off After Curfew In NYC
"Across America I'm only at Francis as an eight PM curfew kicked in around New York City tonight protesters gathered peacefully to defy that order Steve Kassebaum reports there were a few thousand people still on the streets marching in protests scattered across the city with a curfew began at eight PM the crowds thinned out over time but some were determined to defy the curfew and protest peacefully as the night wore on a green downtown Brooklyn police started to break up a crowd of demonstrators to send them on their way there was pushing and shoving and some were arrested there were more rested at the Barclay center where around one hundred people were also defined the curfew and a similar scene in part of midtown Manhattan but generally New York City was quieter than it had been on previous
New York Stock Exchange Set To Open Trading Floor Tuesday For First Time Since March 23
"The trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange back open for the first time in two months applause and cheers rose from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for the first time since March governor Andrew Cuomo rang the opening bell to start the trading day traders had been banned from the floor due to the corona virus pandemic the stock exchange took their temperature and have them fill out a medical questionnaire before entering the building are Spahn and Steve Kassebaum at this hour the Dow is up six hundred eleven points the S. and P. five hundred up fifty three the nasdaq up eighty
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KGO 810
"Dot com thirty minutes away from the new morning show it became a Darling Brad Burkhart a Marin county town will become one of the first in the world to test every single resident for covert nineteen the testing is open to anyone who lives in the coastal town of Bolinas tests begin today and will last most of the week in mesa park the testing is also open to first responders there are about sixteen hundred residents in Bolinas reservations are needed at Paulina's testing dot org California has reported the first person in mate the first prison inmate death from cold at nineteen is the state steps up efforts to prevent outbreaks among the vulnerable populations including people living in nursing homes on the streets are in homeless shelters corrections officials say the inmate died at a hospital after contracting covert nineteen at the California institution for men in San Bernardino county no further details were released as of Sunday the state had recorded more than thirty one thousand confirmed cases and more than one thousand one hundred seventy five deaths according to John Hopkins university more than half of the state's staffs are in Los Angeles county with so much attention placed on the pandemic death toll it's frightening to be told you been tested positive correspondence C. Kassebaum talk with people who survived the ordeal they hope their stories give people a reason to remain positive Charlie Majeski lives in Harlem he said it was the sick as he had ever been I just really wanted to be over I was like I don't want to continue to go through this Charlie said it was troubling getting sick early on in the spread of corona virus and finding little information about what he could expect it's scary but he said you have to remember that the majority of people have positive outcomes and so I feel fairly strong lanes Farber of queens was worried that he'd become a statistic when he first became sick because he has asthma and he takes immuno suppressant drugs for digestive issue to be honest with you I never expected to even be sitting there could have been instant death Steve casting down New York this is the coolest day of the week expect periodic drizzle this morning a little bit of what stuff in San Francisco this hour highs will range from the mid fifties to the mid sixties fog tomorrow morning clearing in the afternoon and warmer by the end of the week mid eighties I'm sorry America in the morning from Westwood One news it's Monday April twenty of twenty twenty one Christopher cruise in this morning for John trout coming up this half hour sixteen dead.
'We don’t have a king': Trump and Cuomo in bizarre exchange over Covid-19 response
"New York governor Andrew Cuomo is pushing back against president trump's claim of total authority to reopen the nation's farmer stalled economy Steve Kassebaum reports York's governor reacted to the president's claim that he had total authority over the state's by saying we don't have king trump where president trump keeper for if the president used the resources of the federal government to help with the supply of corona virus tests I want to get out of the eBay competition businesses for vital medical equipment and now vital testing new York's mayor bill de Blasio announced that the city would try to meet its own needs locally we will be producing here in New York City fifty thousand test kits per week
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KGO 810
"Him to decide when the country should lift covert nineteen restrictions governors in many states say it's their call C. Kassebaum reports Andrew Cuomo said borders mean nothing to corona virus so it's important to have a coordinated regional plan in place for when the time comes to lift restrictions because if you do it wrong it can backfire he's working with the governors of Rhode Island Connecticut New Jersey Pennsylvania and Delaware Rhode island's Gina Raymondo said this weighs on all of them very heavily every day that the closures and restrictions stay in place I am constantly thinking about what it's going to take to stay fully reopen our economy she said when the time comes they must do it in a coordinated safe way Steve cast about New York a corona virus outbreak is not killed more than twenty three thousand Americans while infecting more than five hundred eighty two thousand people in the U. S. I'm only at Francis it's happened again South Korea says North Korea fired several suspected cruise missiles off its east coast overnight more from correspondent Paula Hancocks is to be a fairly busy morning full at North Korea we're hearing from the from the joint chiefs of staff here in South Korea that they will short range of cruise missiles that were launched and also separately that was an editorial in which should there were a number of fighter jets that were firing us ahead to surface missiles as well so they all saying that they have watching closely to see if anything else happens Joe Biden won Wisconsin's democratic primary Monday and all this after votes were counted following last week's balloting liberal challenger meanwhile has also announced in a conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court justice formally endorsed by president trump Jill Karofsky will serve a a ten year term instead of Tuesday morning's opening bell on Wall Street right now Dow futures up three twenty nine nasdaq's.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on WJR 760
"Home stay safe save lives surge of cases in Michigan now third in the country for coronavirus deaths and the president says in his own words well let me give you his own words it's going to be a hell of a bad two weeks ahead that said quoting the president what a bad time to have an earthquake but they did in Idaho I guess they didn't schedule it six point five earthquake striking Idaho largest in the state since nineteen eighty three four hundred ventilators arriving in Michigan for covert nineteen patients while we're sleeping and we've got again just an awful lot of people here in Michigan that are suffering the hot spot we also have our correspondent Steve Kassebaum in New York and they're doing a nice job force and from what I understand Steve don't you live right across the street from Brooklyn hospital I do indeed which is in well from near downtown Brooklyn accent for green it's it's basically right across a major thoroughfare which leads to the Manhattan bridge one of the updates your hospitals in Brooklyn and serving a very densely populated area and over the last two weeks or so the number of coronavirus patients at Brooklyn hospital has exploded and there's the constant sound of sirens you're seeing the error as ambulances arrive regularly bringing more patients who are in very serious need who are in crisis and and are having trouble breathing to the emergency room here and that you may have seen a call W. some of the videos now many of the hospitals around the city have these refrigerator trucks are parked outside of their hospitals because of the mounting death inside and here on and have you called aspen police they have a truck parked in a very sadly we've been seeing as they bring the victims of this pandemic out in body bags one by one listing them by forklift into the back of his truck until the bodies can be claimed by their families until funeral homes can claim those bodies and there's all sorts of odd guidelines put forth by the CDC to prevent the spread of an infectious disease that the these hospitals now have to follow when they're dealing with the victims so really numbing situation here to to hear those sirens to watch the bodies coming out the loading dock every day and I hear those I hear those refrigerated trucks they have a certain sound to them with the refrigeration it active and that's just a horrible thought in a horrible scene and the folks in your neighborhood of in your case Brooklyn hospital doing what people have done around the world they've made a plan and it's seven o'clock at night everybody apparently comes outside and and applauds these heroes the as a doctors nurses EM tease all the first responders police everybody right exactly at seven PM new Yorkers have been opening their windows or doors and for two minutes start their rambunctious applause and cheers for those the healthcare workers who were out on the front lines I hear obviously it means a lot because we're literally right across the street from the hospital and also a nursing home and it's also for all of the essential workers who are keeping those essential services going right as you mentioned the first responders the sanitation workers the transportation workers the people working in stores and groceries and stores like you know the the targets and and walmarts of the world that's the reserve clause or for and the death toll keeps rising surpassing a thousand in New York City and and the city health department announcing that they've had their first victim under eighteen apparently specifically in the city three hundred new deaths reported in the state in twenty four hours and and for people I honestly I had actually heard of someone who still thinks or thought that this is just like the flu it isn't it isn't anything like the flu and it can kill you and it very well may now we've tried to get the numbers they're hard to get many many people have survived but the fewer grateful that get this the better it is and the only way to make sure sense everybody blew off of the mask thing a long while ago the self quarantining the physical distance saying are very very important if you're staying home you are making a difference and I I don't know how to get that point across and pulled up to you I I what I'm puzzled about now is that that there are still governors across the United States who have not learned from new York's mistake it was a mistake we we you know and the the Blasio initially took some heat for some of the early any universe directions that we put in place and and and but then as it became apparent how bad this is going to get there became you know this outcry for for more restrictions you know close the schools that sort of thing and and we will learn from countries like Japan like like South Korea that the only way to beat this virus if they get out way in front of it before if you wait till the death start melting it's too late because now well now we know that the mortality rate we we we know it's been adjusted that it's actually somewhere around one percent they believe maybe even slightly lower but what what we know is that there's a massive increase action right and for everyone yes there are an estimated one hundred people who are infected out there many of whom don't realize that they're infected we don't become sick what are spreading the virus further so think about how many people in a symptomatic carrier of corona virus it can come into contact with canon factor and then multiply that by one hundred for every single death so if you wait a couple of deaths have already started it's too late it's spreading in your state so but there are there is half the states in the United States still don't have really severe restrictions in place that is truly unbelievable.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Street will continue thanks to the covert nineteen virus C. Kassebaum report how much more of this kind the markets take Jonathan corr **** senior managing partner at meridian equity partners spoke about this from the floor of the stock exchange last week negative headlines the numbers keep expanding until we get some more clarity some positive numbers I think that's when we'll start to see our markets we'll fill in the void filling the base everything but at this point right now every night every day it's the continual same headline the numbers increased so far there have been no calls to shortened trading hours or close the market Steve casting down the only thing that has yet to agree on the parameters of that two trillion dollar virus rescue package voted against advancing the measure Sunday across the the draft is insufficient in the face of economic havoc talks were continuing Sunday night the goal of a new vote on Monday I'm only at Francis Australia is shutting down nonessential services as the virus cases rise rapidly in that country pubs clubs gyms cinemas and places of worship will be shut down for mid day Monday all restaurants and cafes will have to switch to take out only Anderson close as this could go on for a while scenes at Bandai base just a few days ago thousands of people packed the base that I know all the advice to cracked his social distancing to wear mas and they were crammed on to that page after that our government decided that see it and I put these tough new measures in place and we've been told that I will be in place for the next on the Chinese city of Wuhan with the virus outbreak began so allowing limited movement within the city is going down gradually eases residents whose health is classified as green on an electronic database will be allowed to leave the residential neighborhoods if they have proof the returning to work I'm only at Francis I remember that night talking with my friend Stacey well she was really down you know hopeless feeling like she had no future I could hear and feel her pain because I remembered it happening to me and as I.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Concern over the spread of coronavirus C. Kassebaum reports at the closing bell yesterday the Dow Jones industrial average lost eight hundred and seventy nine points stock prices actually started Tuesday morning moving up a little then the CDC's principal deputy director said during a briefing on corona virus current global circumstances suggest it's likely that this virus will cause a pandemic Dr and shook it said no it's not so much a question of if this will happen anymore but rather more a question of exactly when well that's all it took to send stock prices plummeting on Wall Street over fears about the impact corona virus will have on global markets Steve casting down New York U. S. biotech firm moderna has shipped an experimental coronavirus faxing to government researchers just six weeks after it started working on it initial trials of the vaccine could begin in April but the process of testing and approval but last at least a year Bernie Sanders Mike Bloomberg taking heat from all directions that the Democrats debate in South Carolina overnight senator Elizabeth Warren attacks former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg trying to remind super Tuesday voters that Bloomberg was once a Republican the core of the Republicans the Democratic Party will never trust him Lindbergh's took shots at Sanders in the CBS news debate for the president in Moscow allegedly wanting him as the nominee and that's why I sure is helping you former vice president Joe Biden counting on voters here to sustain him hi to win in South Carolina and I will win the African American voters out Bob Costantini Charleston just ahead of Wednesday's opening bell on Wall Street right now Dow futures down sixty.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KOMO
"Right so Steve Kassebaum has been covering the race up in Nashua New Hampshire and here Steve Michael Jackson president he filled the gymnasium and national community colleges footage took to the podium thanks to your campaign that some said shouldn't be here at all has shown that we are here to stay the former mayor of south bend Indiana enters the next race with a lot of momentum now moves on to Nevada to South Carolina a few weeks ago many of the people in the room never imagined they'd be in this position judge was among them he thanked everyone who gave him a chance so many of you decided that a middle class mayor and a veteran from the industrial Midwest was the right choice to take on this president not in spite of that experience but because of the pres Sanders is the senator since he was a teenager he kept up with the hits on the local favorite Americans want the freedom to make choices for themselves on health care or on any other issue not to have Washington decide for politics of my way or the highway is a road to re electing Donald Trump vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity over an inclusive Victor he did repeat what is becoming a common slogan on the democratic campaign trail vote blue no matter who his supporters were ecstatic I think it's great it is done so well.
Buttigieg and Klobuchar soar after N.H., Yang drops out
"Almost almost all all of of the the vote vote has has been been counted counted in New Hampshire and it appears the top three are Bernie Sanders he booted Jagga judge and there's apparently some clementa him with any clover shar bursting out of the pack to come in at number three let us begin with Bob Constantini covering Sanders the centrist took the stage here to claim victory after a couple of TV networks declared him the winner the people of the hand so for a great victory tonight with instructables counted at least to Hampshire was nothing like the drawn out Iowa caucus controversy even a small margin win is a win something the Sanders couldn't quite claim out of Iowa we will see Donald Trump Bernie Sanders was expected to win here but it was much closer than anticipated after Nevada and South Carolina it's on to super Tuesday this is a movement from close to call the results could be a mixed bag for Bernie Sanders listen to me reporting from Manchester New Hampshire meanwhile Steve cast and bombs in Nashua with P. bourgeois ge Michael a few weeks ago many of the people in this gymnasium at national community college never would've imagined they'd be in this position just was among them thank you everyone who gave him a chance so many of you turned out are Democrats independents unwilling to stay on the sidewalk on the sidelines and even some newly former Republican pres Sanders and said he had admired the center since he was a teenager he kept up with the hits on the local favorite vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity over an inclusive Victor he did repeat what is becoming a common slogan on the democratic campaign trail vote blue no matter who his supporters were ecstatic the ideas the it'll I value to bring us all together to start dropping on the solution it's an argument that seem to pay off Michael all right thanks Steve Steve Kassebaum reporting for first light Steve will be back with us later on this morning to give us more detail closer up look at what happened yesterday and last night in New Hampshire of course the rise of senator any clover shar leapfrogging over Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden to come in at a solid third place apparently riding a fresh wave of enthusiasm after strong debate performance last Friday night Andrew Yang and senator Michael Bennet say they are dropping out of the race
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Technology learn more at NJ I. T. dot E. D. U. twenty four hours a day at Bloomberg dot com business at hand on quick take by Bloomberg news Bloomberg radio now on global news update storm impact China virus I'm Barton occur Brochu Midwest to Maine are going to become treacherous with winter storms that will last through Sunday Jeff mackay report states are preparing for the worst state police in Minnesota have already responded to nearly two hundred crashes and state police colonel Matt Langer has some very simple advice reconsider and take your own personal safety in your account and bring that to the forefront and stay home Chicago's Friday commute was a combination of several inches of snow and below zero wind chills the I ninety five corridor on Saturday will be a sloppy mix of snow ice and rain it'll turned highways into skating rink from Washington to New York Boston to receive up to four inches of snow before that turns into rain the bottom line stay off the roads I'm Jeff mackay three US airports will screen passengers coming from central China for a new virus that has sickened dozens killed two and prompter worries about an international outbreak correspondent Steve Kassebaum says the checks will happen International Airport in New York LA and San Francisco officials from the centers for disease control and prevention think roughly five thousand people will go through these checks over the next few weeks doctors began seeing this new viral pneumonia in people who worked out or visited a food market in the suburbs of Wuhan in late December they said it probably spread from animals to people but they can't rule out the possibility that also spreads from person to person two of the first three states to vote in the democratic presidential race will use new mobile apps together result from thousands of caucus life and technology is intended to make counting easier but raises concerns of hacking or glitches on Wall Street closing out the week big gains in technology and communications stocks pushed her major US indexes to more record highs on Wall Street on Friday I'm Bortnick.
New York readies for the Ball Drop in Times Square
"A new Yorkers are avoiding Times Square today it's an annual tradition for new Yorkers stay out of Times Square Steve Kassebaum joins us every year to talk about this as people gather to wait for the big new year ball drop maybe a million people there in the square and for as long for a long time New Yorker reporter Steve casting bomb as been asking himself why are they there so it's been an annual story for decades and unfortunately you guys know where I'm coming from on this because you you know me long enough and have both have good memories every year that you know where I stand on the new celebration one of the few times I can express and personal opinion I was right right it based on what you've told us before that that all those people that are out there they're they're tourists and they don't know what they're in for it's a bucket list item right I mean yeah there are some new Yorkers in the crowd but but as a general rule new Yorkers stay away from Times Square at all times not just on new year's eve because it's it's really you know for us we need to get from point a to point B. as quickly as possible it's a little difficult to do that in Times Square because it's it's for tourists go when they check out all the signs and and and they show it it's a great it's a great part of New York City and it should be a part of everybody's trip here but then you're right a new year's eve most new Yorkers stay away from Times Square and it becomes a you know a bucket list item for people from all fifty states and well over one hundred countries you can walk from one end of Times Square on new year's eve together and here as many as a hundred different languages being spoken yeah and these these are frightening times and I am always amazed and breathed a huge sigh of relief whenever there's any major event such as new year's eve in Times Square and it passes calmly without people dying or any kind of terror attack tells a little bit about security for something like this you know something because you know think about this it's you know where with its two thousand and one right nine eleven here in New York it happened here and here we are we're about to have our eyes in the eighteenth or nineteenth celebration since eighteen celebration since the attacks and there hasn't been a single incident a single major incident around the new year's eve celebration in Times Square not just in time square because to get in there you have to pass the really stringent police security to get in there but even in the surrounding streets were people lined up to pass through that security there hasn't been an issue knock on wood and and and and that's a great thing it's a testament to be incredible I worked at the NYPD and the F. B. I. to every year in preparing for this but you know there's a lot of preparation that goes on and then today some of that preparation is taking place a top one time square with the annual test of the ball they'll be doing a couple of dry runs on that giant lighted ball atop the building in the heart of Times Square today Steve it's just one more thing on the on the security front and that is that my wife and I were at an outdoor festival not long ago and I looked up and saw a drone overhead that was just hovering over staging apparently I'm sure it was just a video in the event for whatever purposes the event promoters might have had but it occurs to me that then I sent my god that's that's scary could a drone get over Times Square not during the celebration of the they have they have units in place that actually police for drones and they can take them down believe it or not they can actually you know interfere with the radio signal between the remote and and the drone itself and that they could take it down safely that way the drones are really that almost all of the York city in Manhattan it's a it's a no go for drones unless they have been licensed in pre approved like for you know a TV shooter or movie should or something like that so it's something that they actually have units out there in Times Square looking for a new
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KGO 810
"California has reached a settlement with northern California's largest healthcare provider of a lawsuit charging anti competitive business practices state Attorney General hobby Abbas ERISA Sutter health will pay five hundred seventy five million dollars to settle a lawsuit filed in twenty eighteen today settlement marks historic policy changes to restore competition in northern California health care market by restricting setters conduct and making sure there is transparency competitive pricing and choice in the healthcare market but there is a set of practices lead to higher medical bills for patients in northern California compared to other places in the state among other things etcetera agree to limit what it charges patients for out of network services so those patients don't face outside surprise medical bills a new civil lawsuit filed against movie producer Harvey Weinstein alleges sexually assault he is sexually assaulted a sixteen year old girl in New York correspondent C. Kassebaum says claims in the court filing are similar to those made by other actresses and models because just a Cola wants nothing to do with the settlement once the proposed to other alleged victims she's suing Harvey Weinstein's brother Disney and Miramax saying their negligence and cover ups enabled winds dean's behavior so Cola who lives in Poland alleges that in two thousand and two when she was sixteen she met once the unit a modeling event in New York in her complaint she alleges that he took an interest in her career and at a later time arrange to meet her for lunch but instead of driving her to a restaurant she claims once the and took her to his apartment for what she thought was a business meeting instead she says he sexually assaulted her Steve casting about New York and struggling families have moved into casa Arabella one of Oakland's largest affordable housing developments every ten into rent is adjusted to what they can't afford the development as part of the Fruitvale transit village and sits on what used to be a bart parking lot more than a quarter of.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on WJR 760
"Are all right we we have a our correspondent C. Kassebaum in New York and we have lawyers for the victims of the sex monster sex offender Jeffrey apps steam saying Britain's prince Andrew should speak to U. S. investigators immediately after the prince withdrew from royal duties that we announced earlier over what he called his quote ill judged as C. ation end of quote with the convicted pedophile file so there's all kinds of information coming out Steve now that the rather shocking here's a story from March seventh twenty eleven Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson sorry for letting Jeffrey Epstein pay her debt that this thing's got legs everywhere doesn't it he gave an interview to the BBC a few days ago to one of their popular evening magazine shows one on one sit down in Buckingham Palace that was meant to essentially put an end to all this talk and speculation once and for all about about the Duke of York beat being involved in any way with Jeffrey up being sex trafficking no he's been named in all these lawsuits and most of them use name that someone would be there and was aware of what was going on or is someone we've been actively participated in it with some of these young teens the whole idea of this interview was to get him to basically clear the air explain his friendship with Jeffrey at the end and then solidify people's minds that he was innocent in these are all over just rumors the interview backfired it was disastrous for him and for the royal family he came off as being smaller and and what not and and the have now set the royal family that that prepared through is going to withdraw from all of his royal family of public responsibilities all of the agents with different nonprofit you know the royal family is very bill philanthropic and they have several causes that they support several organizations that they support and he had said that this has been too much of a distraction for all of that worked at the royal family does and it's been hurting a non profit as well and so he's going to withdraw from his public duties in the royal family it kind of sounded like he's just going to go away and disappear Gloria Allred is saying he can't just go away disappear and that he should contact American authorities without conditions and without delay interestingly she's a very close friend with Hillary Clinton I was with both of them together once in the White House they're great pals and anything to take attention away from Bill Clinton apparently is what Gloria Allred is all about because she should have also insisted that Bill Clinton submit to these questions without hesitation in delay but that's not gonna happen at this point is it you know I don't know if that'll ever happen I know that the F. B. I.'s continuing their investigation and you go to looking at any and all people who could be considered co conspirators in in this very you know towards story and and and you know just plain Maxwell is the the link to all of these people she was like you know the the well off Britain who was sort of sort of like his email at participating party no common law wife and then she connected Jeffrey of prince Andrew and all these other people and got into the circles of of intellectual and well off individuals presenter talked about that you know and and the FBI is continuing with their probing and we have to just wait and see who they bring charges against that they certainly have undoubtedly collected a mountain of evidence at this point you know because we saw months ago how they you know executed search warrants at all of its different homes it on his private island and how convenient that he killed himself so he's not around to question all righty Steve appreciate the extra work very very much bizarre is my pleasure isn't this a lot you know it if the if he I would I would suggest people who are following this story watch that BBC interview because it was it was definitely struggle she was unbelievably bad yeah so it was bad for him it was bad for for the royal family and it's just ridiculous also shining a little light on how stupid a Royals can be when they when they grow up in a gold lines cave and have no idea what reality is for the rest of us and that's what the public perception of them is right out right and he just clearly was clueless it was astonishing anyway thanks much we appreciate it undertaker heading towards seven twenty seven a W. 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"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Steve Kassebaum reports the court did rule that relatives of the victims of the sandy hook elementary school massacre may sue the maker of the weapon used to kill twenty children and six adults while Congress passed the law in two thousand and five that's his gun manufacturers cannot be held liable when their products are used in a crime it allows for exceptions pertaining to marketing the Supreme Court justices ruled that the sandy hook families could proceed with their lawsuit against Remington Connecticut's courts based on the exceptions in the law televised hearings of the house's investigation into impeachment will begin tomorrow the correspondent Bob Constantini reports acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney will ignore his subpoena the chief of staff has decided to simply abide by president trump directive that aids not cooperate with house impeachment investigations including ignoring subpoenas Mulvaney of former house member contemplated joining a lawsuit that is seeking quick court guidance on whether potential witnesses must honor how subpoena though it comes from a different branch of government a new report says America's elections are vulnerable to attack due to a lack of robust federal oversight of the private companies that manufacture voting systems I'm Evan Haining it's time to check the roads in that Kate on traffic center this report is paid for by a doctor patient unity watch for slowing for the crash on the ninety five north bound at sunset also an accident ninety five south bound at the spaghetti bowl is going to be on the transition ramp to southbound I. fifteen an injury crash police and fire at the scene of flamingo at macleod Dr also and injury crashes Durango south bound at.
Veterans Day Parade 2019
"American veterans are being out across the US tomorrow correspondent Steve Kassebaum as in New York where the tradition has been going on for a hundred years this is the centennial anniversary of the parade it started to mark the return of American soldiers from the World War one battlefield retired colonel merry Westmoreland of the United war veterans council said today's newest veterans volunteered to serve the U. S. arrayed honors everyone involuntarily voluntarily who's much toner this century president trump will take part in tomorrow's opening
New York prosecutors subpoena Trump's tax returns
"Correspondent Steve Kassebaum says new York's democratic district attorney has been moving to get dropped tax returns masers USA is the accounting firm used by Mr trump of the trump organization for many years the Manhattan D. A. set the firm a subpoena seeking eight years of the president's tax returns according to a source familiar with the subpoena it was issued as part of the. D. A.'s investigation into hush money payments made to stormy Daniels and other women to keep their stories from going public during the election prosecutors are looking into whether the company falsely accounted for reimbursements to then trump attorney Michael Cohen if the payments were mislabeled it could have been a crime Steve casting down
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KGO 810
"Far as I'm concerned they're dead they thought that that it killed people in order to put themselves in a little better negotiating position one American soldier was killed in a suicide bombing Thursday with the Taliban claiming responsibility I said there's no way a meeting on that basis there's no way a meeting on Sunday news programs secretary of state Mike Pompeii did hint the talks with the Taliban might be resumed if the group pledges to stop deadly attacks but Costantini the White House. and finally the other actors Felicity Huffman is due to be sentenced in federal court on Friday in the college admissions bribery scandal corresponded C. Kassebaum has more in a letter written to the court Felicity Huffman said she regrets paying fifteen thousand dollars to rid her daughter's SAT scores the desperate housewives actress wrote that in her desperation to be a good mother she talked herself into believing that all she was doing was giving her daughter a fair shot she said that other parents suggested she hire a college counselor to help her through the application process and that the admitted mastermind of the scheme had come highly recommended. and that's correspondent Steve Kassebaum who said prosecutors one have made to serve a four month jail term but Huffman's lawyers are asking for probation and if you are looking to upgrade your iPhone new products are on the way this technique reporter sponsored by all worth financial wealth managers. to retire better very tense marking it up all the new product launch is scheduled for tomorrow morning at the Steve Jobs theater in Cupertino here's what you can expect first and foremost new iPhones will debut and stylistically they are expected to look pretty much like the current phones but with improved cameras and processors as far as new models are concerned hi end iPhones are expected with larger OLED screens in a lower price model is anticipated as well look for new versions of the apple watch pods and possibly a high in the macbook as well hi mark me at all hi I'm Jay Farner CEO.
UK's Johnson weakened by party defections over Brexit
"The United Kingdom speeding toward a deadline to leave the European Union in two months with no deal in place and the future became even more uncertain after parliament returned from summer recess today Steve Kassebaum says the ruling Conservative Party lost the majority after key defections from its own party prime minister faced a raucous parliament as he promised to take the U. K. out of the European Union by the October thirty first deadline with or without a deal everyone. in this government once. as he blamed liberals for brexit the lease a conservative Tories member stood up and defected to the other side claiming that Johnson was pursuing a damaging course for the U. K. I wish I wish I wish I. the real leader Jeremy Corbyn accuse the prime minister of lying about making progress and brexit talks this government is hiding from
New York City, Officer And Eric Garner discussed on Chip Franklin
"New York City has fired the police officer at the center of Eric garner's chokehold death here's correspondent Steve Kassebaum Eric garner's daughter emerald waited five years for this she thank the commissioner for firing Daniel Pantaleo listal however you came up to your decision you finally made a decision that should have been me five years ago the reaction was quite different from the side representing police officers the leadership has abandoned ship and left our police officers on the street alone PBA president Pat Lynch said the commissioner made a political decision he decided to run for the corner that has the
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KGO 810
"Dot org find proven treatment for opioid addiction a woman who says she was raped by Jeffrey abstain when she was a teenager is suing his estate and three of his associates correspondent keris canals as the lawsuit expected is expected to be one of many she filed this lawsuit because the New York had recently passed a law that allows anyone adults who was abused as a child to file a lawsuit to seek recourse today was the first day that law which was passed earlier this year went into a fact in the meantime officials continue to investigate it seems apparent suicide at a federal prison in New York correspondent C. Kassebaum reports a picture is emerging of a facility with a list of problems the department of justice announced that the warden at the metropolitan correctional center was temporarily replaced and two corrections officers were placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the inspector general's investigation attorney Bruce Barkat represents a defendant who is housed in the same unit were Jeffrey Epstein apparently took his own life the inmates were subjected to are really horrific conditions inside that facility he called it the worst prison he's ever been in the lack of staffing in the lack of training and in some cases is the lack of overall concern is prevalent there the bureau of prisons did not respond to a request for comment Steve casting down New York and bells tolled today during a solemn CHP ceremony for an officer killed this week when a motorist he pulled over for traffic stop grab the rifle and opened fire the tribute for Andre my junior at the highway patrol's academy in west Sacramento replace the agency's plan to celebrate its ninetieth anniversary authorities are still investigating what prompted the gunmen to shoot and kill more I and injure two other officers medication is is a treatment or Matt is a proven treatment for opioid addiction that significantly this is the rate of relapse learn more choose Matt dot org and choose change California we'll take a look at the roadways with heather she's next on KGO if you don't know your numbers you don't know your business meet Evan Goldberg founder of next week I had to learn that the hard way with my first company that's why I started net sweet I needed to see everything that was going on with my business.
Jeffrey Epstein suicide casts spotlight on federal prison system riven by staff shortages, violence, sexual harassment
"A fact in the meantime officials continue to investigate it seems apparent suicide at a federal prison in New York correspondent C. Kassebaum reports a picture is emerging of a facility with a list of problems the department of justice announced that the warden at the metropolitan correctional center was temporarily replaced and two corrections officers were placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of the inspector general's investigation attorney Bruce Barkat represents a defendant who is housed in the same unit were Jeffrey Epstein apparently took his own life the inmates were subjected to are really horrific conditions inside that facility he called it the worst prison he's ever been in the lack of staffing in the lack of training and in some cases is the lack of overall concern is prevalent there the bureau of prisons did not respond to a request for comment Steve casting down
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Home five hundred thirteen points twenty five so in sixty six the nasdaq down a hundred eighty six SMP currently down sixty points CNN is reporting that president trump is now backing away from the idea of commuting the prison sentence of axe Illinois governor probably going which CNN's Joe Johns tells us troubles close to freeing blog late last week but then backed off amid intense lobbying from Illinois Republican the president got flooded with calls from Illinois politicians including during the hood of my boss both United States congressman all whom saying this is just a bad idea it sends the wrong message to peer at president apparently backing off saying he wished he'd had that perspective before the president has said he thinks boggles fourteen year prison sentence was excess of but again CNN now reporting the president backing away from commuting the sentences that apartment justice said the warden at the prison where Jeffrey of steam died was temporarily plate replaced in two corrections officers were placed on administrative leave corresponding C. Kassebaum says reports out this morning say the two guards fell asleep and falsified records while watching FC two staff members on duty in the unit were esteem was house to fell asleep for as long as three hours and then falsified records to make it look like they had been checking on him regularly according to a report in The New York Times they cited federal law enforcement and prison officials speaking on the condition of anonymity lawyers in inmates have long complained about conditions inside the MCC attorney Bruce Barkat represents an inmate in the special housing unit the inmates are subjected to aren't really horrific conditions inside that facility the federal bureau of prisons did not respond to a request for comment Steve casting about New York and in sports the Phillies over the cubs for to the final there and it looks like the Houston won the first game of the series with the white socks socks taking advantage of an injury to all Houston player for a four to one way and so yeah they split the double header yesterday WLS news time ten.
William Barr, New York And Metropolitan Correctional Center discussed on Glenn Beck
"I. F. Attorney General William Barr says they were serious irregularities at new York's metropolitan correctional center where Jeffrey Epstein was found unconscious and later died as a result of suicide in past imam is following the story and joins us live now with the latest morning Steve yeah they are devoted to focus now on operations at the metropolitan correctional center which is a high profile and highly secure building it's where they kept all chopper while he was on trial it's where they kept many high profile terrorist bandits while they were on trial in federal courts you're in New York the one most highly street buildings one of the most efficient building said that as a pertains to a housing injures defendants or those who really have to be protected from other effective site in the system but something went wrong in in the system and we heard from Attorney General William Barr yesterday that they found serious irregularities they are the president of the union that represents the corrections officers to work in this building said that you've been sounding the alarm for over here if that is the problem is chronic understaffed and because the government hiring freeze and they're they're down to seventy percent of the number of people they need to be calling staff that building according to the union he said that one of the guards working in the special housing unit where he was kept I've been on is the great day of mandated overtime because of the staff and shortage well besides the the thing that confuses me a little bit is that nobody can keep an eye on one guy twenty four seven every minute of the time I mean I what I heard was that they were supposed to check him like every fifteen minutes or something but that's still given plenty of time to hang himself yeah thirty minutes is all of the they're supposed to be checked that apparently after taking office watch and put into a regular cell in the special housing unit they're often not placed in with another inmate as well because the decreases the likelihood of them trying to harm themselves I have somebody else in that small room with them but for some reason and it may be a legitimate reason be a meet you with with one taken out of the cell on Friday we don't know why and we may not know why for awhile because officials at the federal agency they rarely hawking give any details while investigation is ongoing and we have two investigations at least the FBI and the inspector general of the department of justice so it's likely that we won't hear anything on the record especially from any authority to the federal government for a while all right Steve Kassebaum live this morning from New
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"His resignation Steve Kassebaum reports a huge crowd of protesters was gathered once again an old San Juan and when the news broke they erupted governor reporter was the made a statement in a Facebook video siempre here in the US he said his resignation would take effect on August second it was a long day that began with reports that his resignation was imminent then in the afternoon his spokesperson said incorrect rumors were being reported and the governor was still reflecting lawmakers importer Rico were poised to start an impeachment proceeding I'm Steve casting about house Republicans say former special counsel Robert Muller is testimony Wednesday and covered no meat neat no meaningful new information and content it's time to move on Democrats took a different tack highlighting the aspects of the report that could potentially damage Mr trump's first reelection bid what district judges ruled the Texas can change voting maps without federal supervision quite Nevil explains the ruling follows claims for advocacy groups that Republicans racially discriminated while trying to strengthen their majorities in elected positions James Dickey is the chairman of the Republican Party of Texas and says the ruling falls in line with the constitution the drawing maps it is absolutely a political activity it is not appropriate for to have constant judicial review mark right lander spokesman for the Texas attorney general's office says Texas can now inactive new building apps in twenty twenty one without courts first checking on impact to minority voters this court ruling is a win for the democratic process the federal court did expressed grave concerns about what it called the past conduct Clayton of all Dallas slow once four.
Brad Burkhart, Boris Johnson And Britain discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Good morning I'm Brad Burkhart brags it hand hardliner Boris Johnson has won the race to lead Britain's governing Conservative Party and will become the country's next prime minister correspondent Steve Kassebaum reports Johnson will be installed as prime minister in a formal handover from Theresa may tomorrow conservative member of parliament Cheryl Gillan made the announcement by giving notice the bar is Johnson is elected as the leader of the prime minister thank the outgoing PM Theresa may for her service we are once again going to believe in ourselves and what we can achieve like from slumbering giant we're going to rise and paying off the guy ropes though so he vowed to follow through on the campaign promise I say to all the doctors do we are in a jar is the country we're gonna get breaks it down and Boris Johnson said they will defeat liberal leader Jeremy Corbyn I'm Steve
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KGO 810
"As a Democrat or something absolutely critical as hard as you can and let the chips fall where they may and that's exactly what I'm doing Democrats fear that if Steiner ran as an independent he would draw anti trump votes away from the democratic nominee hence his original decision to forego an independent bid as a Democrat the chips may not fall his way however he has enough money to make an impression on the field but Costantini the White House president trump was dealt another blow in his fight to block critics on Twitter correspondence C. Kassebaum reports a federal appeals court in New York ruled against the president in a suit filed on behalf of blocked Twitter users the three judges who sit on the appeals panel cited with the District Court judge who said it violates the first amendment when the president blocks critics on Twitter when he makes it impossible for people to see the president's tweets the lower court judge said he was violating their constitutional rights the night first amendment institute filed the original lawsuit on behalf of seven people blocked by president trump after they criticised him or his policies in some way the seven were unblocked in June forty one other Twitter users pointed out to the department of justice have also been on blocked by the president's Twitter account Steve cast inbound New York a toy that was inspired by the new movie Toy Story four is being recalled already Disney is voluntarily recalled eighty thousand forty toys from Disney Pixar's Toy Story for everyone I want you to me FOR D. eleven H. two is a soft stuffed plush version of the character that apparently can pose a choking hazard for young children who might pull.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Woman growing up and her independent. Her fierce independence, where she was even willing to take on Joe McCarthy, and where she showed that it was. You know, country over party was someone that I followed because I was first democratic woman elected in her own, right? Some of the old commerce martyred who was this kind of feisty democratic gal coming from the house of representatives. When I came. There was only one other woman who's serving Senator Nancy Kassebaum Republican from Kansas, a wonderful advocate for her people in for the country. I was the modern woman who slacks and so on so on a snowy Saturday when we were working. I wore stocks from the Senate for Senator Byrd was there to give a nod to show he knew about it. It was okay. And you would have thought that I'd walk on the moon on a spacesuit when she came to this one thousand nine hundred eighty s she quickly became a dominant figure in became the dean of the Senate women Senator mcculskey was a very important figure in helping each of those women come to this benefit to gain. They're here in the Senate to get committee assignments, they want to learn the ways around the place and to build a really strong blind. Among the Senate women senators that is in place today. Senator Hutchison reached out to me when an economic empowerment issue. In my staff said you she wants to work with you. When something new. Due. She's one of those. She's a conservative from Texas is she wants to do something for women and both her staff and my staff were wary of each other. Partisanship was growing we decided to go ahead had dinner one night to pot strategy. So enjoyed ourselves said opening up, and that's when the women in the Senate began to have our monthly dinners in we're not a caucus. We were always a forced because we're not unanimous when our shoes we would try to find some consensus issues to work on. But what we all agreed upon was that we would be zone of civility and that we will try to show that even when you disagree. You don't have to try to bring the institution down with the dignity of the institution down. And even now in this most tumultuous time, the women continue to meet they've brought a whole different culture into the institution. Now. Twenty three women senators, you can see. Ways in which the women senators work together in different ways, they collaborate in different ways. They create groups together in different ways. Most fundamentally the inclusion of women senators has meant that the scope of the issues that senators consider has widened dramatically. It also has just changed the culture of the Senate in other ways because it's more comedy dating two women. Now, it's more common. Dating to female staff. Not just senators. We're looking at issues like childcare, we're looking at issues like. Women who have infant children. Recent case of Senator Duckworth bringing her baby into the Senate chamber is a perfect example of how women are changing the culture of the Senate on everyday basis. One of the most important. Senator can do is going on the right committees? While women members are changing, the modern Senate committee system, they work in is experiencing change as well as it has been the senate's earliest days, you form the relationships in the committee because committees are like a club within a club. So we get them on the committee is decided by the leader of the party in the Senate usually their power rises, according to seniority. The Senate divides its work between sixteen standing committees for special committees and four joint committees with the house the history of the Senate and a lot of ways is the history of communities, and it's changed dramatically over time. And there were no committees. They were ad hoc committees created whenever they needed something. And then they realized they needed to have standing committees where they can really develop expertise at the beginning of the twentieth century. There were seventy four standing committees of the Senate. Well, fragmentation is not the road to efficiency for sure. So one of the first major reforms was to cut down the number of committees to sharpen their jurisdictions because there are a lot of competition. Among those committees who's going to be involved with foreign affairs or corporations if you're here in the nineteen thirties, the nineteen sixties, for instance, the power of the committees was almost absolute in the Senate powerful committee, chairmen all the control the legislative agenda. That's partly because the party leaders with a few exceptions were not as strong as they are today. But it was just a time. When the committee structure, the committee was really the place where all the legislative action really took place. We're going through the regular order. We're using the committee's what we've seen recently in calls for a return to regular order by members of both parties is if they seem to feel that the that regular order that committee process of debating and deliberating amending the Bill by both parties at the. Committee level isn't happening as it once was associated historian, Catherine Scott, let's be clear. This Bill is not a new proposal. It's not serious policy. It is not regular order. It's a frustration for a lot of senators who want to see that committee structure back in place. They wanna see committee chairman have the influence they used to have. And they want to see the full legislative process from referral all the way through to conference committee is happening once again so that you can have the fullest debate in the community as well as on the Senate chamber floor. With committee.
"c. kassebaum" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Memory of former Republican governor Sam Brownback fresh in the minds of voters, particularly the memory of how the income tax cuts that Brownback champion crashed the budget forced to cut in funding for schools highways and healthcare, we can either go backwards and repeat the last eight years of the Brownback devastation. We can elect a governor. The devil to rebuild our state Kelly is it running against from Baku moved onto the Trump administration. But in debates like this one at the Kansas state fair. She misses no opportunity to tie her Republican opponent Kansas secretary of state, Chris Kobuk to the former governor and his policies. Crews Kolpak is making it very clear where he will take us as a state. He will take us back to the devastation that we have just lived through Kelly's getting help from some unexpected sources some big name Republicans. At least the cans are jumping party lines to support her Laura Kelly is the only democrat I have ever indoors from office. Moderate Republican Bill graves was governor of Kansas from nineteen ninety five to two thousand two Laura to me has all the qualities all the capabilities that we're looking forward to lead the state during this difficult time week after graves endorsed Kelly. So did GOP stalwart Nancy Kassebaum she represented Kansas for seventeen years in the US Senate? It's just co box promised to. Restore the Brownback tax cuts convinced her to go public leave. Just simply try so hard to say, we were cut taxes. And instead we let a lot of things fall by the wayside spokesperson for the cobalt campaign dismissed the endorsements calling graves and Kassebaum quote tired has bins in poured into this. As the endorsement that matters. I want to introduce the next governor of Kansas. Chris co back. Pobox says President Trump's initial endorsement delivered on Twitter the day before the primary might have been the difference maker in his razor thin victory over the incumbent governor, and he's carrying on the president's recent visit gadgets to energize his base in the final weeks of a general election campaign. That's coming down to the wire to put it simply I wanna do for Kansas. What President Trump has done for America. Choko Bach in Kelly virtually deadlocked. That means the race could be decided by independent, Greg Orman. He's a wealthy businessman from the Kansas, City suburbs. Who's hoping to exploit what he believes is widespread voter frustration. I travel through the state of Kansas. I find talking to Republicans and talking to Democrats, you know, sort of a broad dissatisfaction with what's going on right now in the fact that we don't seem to be solving problems. We seem to be having food fights in two thousand fourteen with democrat in the race. Orman threw a scare into Republican US Senator Pat Roberts, but this time around he's polling in single digits. Even sews as former democratic governor Kathleen Sibelius that could be enough to tilt the race. He certainly can be a spoiler. Greg Orman could elect crisco BOK governor unless Kansas voters are paying a lot of attention thing. Attention to the likes of graves and Kassebaum who are urging moderate Republicans in particular. Cross party lines for Kelly. For NPR news. Jim McLean into Pika..
Trump rallies in Iowa as crowd chants, "Lock her up!" about Sen. Feinstein
"That the cavenaugh confirmation procedure should be all about. Due process should be all about the presumption of innocence in the accused, and here is the president going up there out there leading the lock her up chant that he invented. He and his crowd invented, which of course is exactly the opposite of what the Republican party pretended to stand for. Lawrence, you know, one of the things I want to say to everybody who's listening tonight and has friends and relatives and co-workers is that change doesn't come easily. And these numbers are very encouraging for turnover at least of the house come the election for weeks from tonight, but I ran Barbara Makovsky's campaign in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. She was the first democratic woman ever elected in her own right? She and Nancy Kassebaum were the only two women. Senators. We now have more, but I also helped Anita hill in nineteen ninety one. And I came across an old cartoon of specter, Simpson and hatch, all sort of in thug outfits with, you know, battering Rams and whatnot with Nita hill, lying on the floor was a Baltimore Sun, cartoon and the caption was I don't understand why she didn't come forward sooner. My point here is that this is a story that has repeated itself in many ways. As in many times. And so my message to all the viewers tonight who want to see change, who believe there needs to be changed. All the voters that Jen just talked about. If you have early voting, your state go vote. If you can apps and t- ballot vote vote now and if not get out there and vote, if your registration isn't finished yet get ten young people to go out and vote millennials and the pew data are shown to vote less now than any of a similar cohort previously. And so we really need to get out this vote or these numbers will not matter in four weeks and you can rest assured whether it's a summit with the North Korean leader to prove how good a Donald Trump is on foreign policy or jenning up more locker up messages to try to keep his base in rage. He will pull every trick out of the bag. And
Dr Charles Snyder, US and Robert Fuller discussed on The Best of Investing with Edward Brown
"Of. Snarled streets and stranded riders in Barcelona we got a report from correspondent Rhonda rock stra taxi, drivers in the popular Spanish tourist destination continued their strike protesting ride hailing apps like Uber and camouflage hundreds of hacks Proctor cabs in the middle of the ground via Saturday were some drivers spent. The night in their vehicles war intense the strike started Wednesday for judge decided to suspend the need for additional. Authorization, for ride hailing companies to operate meanwhile Uber. And suspended services after, taxi supporters assaulted several of their drivers Rhonda rockstar reporting the death toll from a strong earthquake that struck Indonesia's popular tourist island of Lombok today has risen to fourteen with one hundred sixty people hurt the quake damaged more than one thousand, houses and was felt in nearby Bali but no damage or casualties were reported their. News and analysis, at townhall dot com I'm Michael Harrington The US now has the highest maternal mortality rate of. Any developed nation Dr Charles Snyder and tells us about efforts to improve. Care after delivery US women are waiting until later life to have children in this may explain the paradox of more complications in pregnancy. Despite obstetric care, the American culture obstetrics gynecology is calling health insurers to support routine maternal ongoing care after birth rather than. Warm isolated visit this is Dr Charles Snyder reporting from Washington. Today of Sunday July the twenty ninth and it's a birthday for, some notable people, including, former Senator, Nancy Kassebaum Baker She's eighty, six, years old Actor Robert fuller. Turns eighty five former. Senator Elizabeth. Dole is eighty two Acura David Warner has seventy seven, candles on, his, birthday cake rock musician Neal doughty of. REO speedwagon seventy-two documentary maker Ken burns sixty five more on these. Stories at townhall dot com As your car Tune.
Anthony Bourdain, Amazon and Bill Clinton discussed on Brian Copeland
"Of the late celebrity chef anthony bourdain are honoring him by buying up copies of his eighteen year old memoir kitchen confidential his book about this cd secrets of restaurant kitchens shot up to the top of amazon's bestseller lists passing bill clinton's novel dane said in two thousand eleven that he wasn't used to the fame that came after the book came out very store remarkable to be every day that i every time that i can pay my rent on time before until age forty four i'd never been able to pay rent on time i'd never had anything resembling you know i was living paycheck to paycheck hitching confidential is widely considered the launch pad for boardings career in the public eye a prosecutor in francis gordon apparently hanged himself in a luxury hotel today apple reportedly has told the story sold supplies to make twenty percent fewer components for its upcoming iphones that according to japanese financial daily nikkei which says it's a signal that apple is expecting to sell fewer phones the report says apple is preparing to introduce three new iphones in the fall all will reportedly have face id cameras and for a brief moment tomorrow the spotlight will be on a race track on long island as a thoroughbred tries to win third jewel and horse racing's triple crown correspondencia kassebaum says justifies going into the race at four to five odds to.
Nuclear deal: Netanyahu accuses Iran of cheating on agreement
"Says the immigrant caravan of central americans being denied entry to the united states are being used as a political ploy to made the comments as he toured the border areas near calexico they're being exploited by open border political activists and an agenda driven media men and women and children like those gathered at our border today are exploited by human smugglers and criminal and drug cartels who sees on their hardship and difficulty to undermine our laws and profit for themselves sims officials say they don't have any room to process the emigrants but we'll try again when they have more space and resources white house chief of staff john kelly is calling an nbc report that he called president trump and idiot quote total b s kelly says he and trump heaven an incredibly candid and strong relationship he says the report is an attempt to smear people close to trump and distract from the administration's successes israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu says he has evidence that iran cheated on the internationally endorsed nuclear deal correspondence kassebaum says netanyahu put on display desks and paper files he says israel got a hold up from a warehouse in tehran before fraction of one hundred thousand files israel centered obtained from iran's nuclear program archives prime minister netanyahu said the iranian nuclear deal was based on lies and deception when we analyzed what's in these archives we found that project had all the five elements the five key elements of a nuclear weapons program he claimed iran ever came clean about this even though it was required by the deal that it signed onto this was an explicit condition for implementing the nuclear deal iran has to come clean netanyahu said it's now up to president trump to do the right thing i'm steve kastenbaum new water restrictions go into effect tomorrow in santa cruz residents are not allowed to water their landscape during the day operate a hose without a shut off nozzle and hose down their driveways officials blamed below normal rainfall.