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"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"Next few minutes He says he's ready the toughest challenge could be walking I can hit it just fine And I don't have any qualms about what I can do physically from a golf standpoint is now walking is a hard part And the Augusta course from start to finish is more than four miles The fans who are today say they want to see what he can do It's really exciting and it'll be incredible to see if he can not make the cut this weekend and play well But simply just being able to play today will be a remarkable feat for Tiger Woods I'm Steve futterman at the masters in Augusta Now with more CBS News here's Steve katham Well Steve a big day in the U.S. Senate is shaping up for the first black woman to be nominated to the Supreme Court Your CBS Caitlin Huey burns Jackson has enough votes to be confirmed as the first black woman to sit on the Supreme Court We're expecting that vote to happen at around one 45 And when that does happen she will have the distinction that is pretty rare here on Capitol Hill and that is confirmed with bipartisan support NATO has heard a plea for more weapons from Ukraine's foreign minister Here's CBS cami McCormick Demetro calaba told reporters at NATO headquarters Russia's new offensive in the east is underway The battle for donbas will remind you was Second World War He said the Russians will use planes artillery thousands of vehicles and troops Either you help us now and I'm speaking about days not weeks Or you help will come too late He said the massacre is just the tip of the iceberg There's word from Washington that House speaker Nancy Pelosi has tested positive for COVID-19 She is said to be asymptomatic She is vaccinated and boosted In Washington two men are accused of impersonating federal agents one tried to cozy up to someone on the First Lady's security detail CBS's Ed O'Keefe says the arrests followed an apartment raid The Secret Service says those involved are now restricted from accessing agency facilities equipment and systems but there's no word on whether further disciplinary action may be taken Investigators haven't revealed the motive but according to residents of that apartment building the pair had been pretending to be federal law enforcement for the past couple of months and what their endgame exactly is remains unclear Right now on Wall Street the Dow is down about 200 points This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Caitlin Huey Burns on Capitol Hill this morning with what we can expect today today is focused on the House Democrats, the impeachment managers. They were going to be presenting their theory of the case, and they have 16 hours spread over two days, and what they will do is not only reference a lot of what we saw yesterday and that 13 minutes long video, but they will also be drawing on new evidence that they say people may not have seen before. Now. The trial is expected to last about Week. A conviction is unlikely. However, due to the former president's continued Republican support in Congress. You can listen live to the coverage of the impeachment trial on AM 7 50 wsb radio dot com and on the WSB radio app. Top local news every 30 minutes, and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on a coronavirus update a positive trend at the University of Georgia, the number of covert cases reported it. Yoo Jae in the past week falls dramatically to a level not seen since before Thanksgiving. The 115 positive cases is a decline of 37% from the week before. The head of U. D A's health center says it's consistent with trends in the community and nationwide. But he warns of more contagious variants of the virus that are spreading until you see the bill. Okay at your reporting this morning of the new cases at the University of Georgia 87, or students, 23 staff and five our faculty members well, when you go to a Hawks game, the national anthem is a tradition like it all other NBA games. But the Dallas Mavericks have not played the national anthem at their 12 home games this season and do not plan to play it at least for the remainder of the season and perhaps beyond. The owner of the team Mark Cuban, refusing to say why many professional athletes have used the national anthem to protest racial justice and other causes. As we take a look at the WSB market watch the tales of 92 points and 31,468 NASDAQ's up 90, the S and P is up. 15 now live team coverage, traffic.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Steve Cave and New Administration in Washington new plan for the pandemic ahead of a briefing from his covert team. President Biden will sign 10 executive orders. Aimed at bolstering the federal response. One of them is invoking the Defense Production act because a big issue here which may seem obvious to many is supply. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says that order is aimed at ramping up production of masks, gloves, gowns, test swabs and syringes. President will also set up a new health equity task force charged with focusing on underserved communities. Stephen Portnoy CBS News In a video conference, top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, told World Health Organization executives. A new administration in D C means renewed cooperation from the U. S will resume. Regular engagement of U. S government personnel. With the double the way Joe both directly And throughout wh show collaborating centers. Former President Trump cut funding to the W. H O Last May. CBS is Caitlin Huey Burns says the Senate has a new look with Democrats in control. Democrats can now control committee chairmanships. They can control the procedures around legislation getting it to the floor and they also in the media term can work on getting those nominees for his Cabinet positions confirmed. One of the stars of the inauguration yesterday was 22 years. Poet Amanda Gorman. While democracy can be periodically delayed, it could never be permanently defeated. And she tells CBS this morning it was tough to get to that point. I had a speech reading it through sophomore year of college. When you have to teach yourself how to pronounce the American alphabet. You gain a real appreciation for the complexity of south, a knock at the door at the key to Rose Mons apartment in the ST Louis area. It was the police and she says All she could think about was the Briana Taylor shooting by police in Louisville. I said y'all is at the wrong apartment. S so they steady knocking on the door knocking on the door. Lakisha, open the door. I said you're at the wrong apartment. She eventually let the men police had the wrong place and apologize for the confusion. Claims for jobless benefits dropped last week, but it's still high at 900,000 bankrate dot coms. Mark Hamrick says million's need the extra help A new relief package from Washington would give some 71% of those receiving stimulus payments say the money will be somewhat or very important to their finances in the near term, checking Wall Street right now the Dow is up 45 points. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O P app you.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Restrictions in the parts of South America and Europe. However, they're likely to be reversed when Joe Biden takes office covert 19 cases in Massachusetts. Another 3200 new cases on Monday the positive test rate dipping to 5.9% and a report from the Boston Globe that Suffolk District Attorney Rachel Rollins said to be on the short list for U S attorney of Massachusetts, no stone unturned Historic security measures now in place for tomorrow's presidential induction ceremony. CBS is Mike Valerio has a preview. I appreciate everyone who's out here, making everything safe for our safety at a time that would be teeming with tourists. We found just one group determined to see the transition of power at a moment when it feels like we're at war, little upsetting that everything is locked out on Lee. Residents in law enforcement can get past these white tents, the National Gallery of backdrop for a main checkpoint and an empty Penn Quarter, the National Archives on the right sealed off No. One allowed on Pennsylvania Avenue. It seems necessary capitals nationwide, including Boston, also on the lookout for any threats, intelligence officials saying. Violence is possible in all 50 states. But again, there is no credible threat right now. In Boston itself At 5 46 President elect Joe Biden plans to unveil a sweeping immigration bill on day one of his administration. It would provide an eight year path to citizenship for an estimated 11 million people living in the United States without legal status, according to a person granted Anonymity, telling The Associated Press discussing the legislation. Well, President Trump's final moments the White House also most likely going to include the handing out of up to 100 pardons. The story there from CBS is Nancy Cordes. This point and now looks like anyone who he is going to pardon. It will take place on his very last full day in office. One question that a lot of people here on Capitol Hill have is whether he would try to pardon anyone who was involved in The Capitol Hill insurrection a week and a half ago. Many Republicans think that that would be a particularly bad idea, and some reports are saying the president is not expected to pardon himself. At 5 47 a new Quinnipiac poll showing more than half of registered voters think these Senate should be voting to ban President Trump from holding public office again. If he goes through with the impeachment trial, nearly 60% of registered voters say the president should be disqualified from running for re election. But for just Republicans, 80% say it's okay for Mr Trump to run again. Nearly one out of every five Republican members. 18% say he should not be allowed to run the country more split on impeachment. More than half 54% say the Senate should convict President Trump. But only 11% of Republicans want that at his ABC, Sandy feel the presence Leaving office with a 33% approval rating at 5 48, the director of the U. S. Census Bureau, is resigning nearly a year ahead of schedule. CBS is Caitlin Huey Burns has more on the reason behind the early departure. Trump administration had tried to get a question on the census about undocumented immigrants, and that was denied by the courts. The reason they wanted to do that is because the senses, of course, is critically important Torto refuting federal funds but also deter Limiting how many congressional seats your state has on DSA, so the typically the census counts everybody. It does not discriminate against those who are not citizens and the Trump Administration had tried to find ways around that.
Trump and Biden hit key states in final campaign stops
"Of the axioms of presidential campaigning watch where where the the candidates candidates are are travelling travelling in in the the final final days. days. And And on on this this final final day day of of activity activity before before Election Election Day, Day, it it looks looks like like Pennsylvania Pennsylvania is is considered considered the the most most important important prize prize and joining us live CBS News Political reporter Caitlin Huey Burns, who's been all over Pennsylvania. Caitlin, Thank you so much for joining us. Hi. Thanks for having me. So you're on the road somewhere in Pennsylvania. Why has the Keystone state emerged as perhaps the chief target here by both the Trump and Biden campaigns. That's right. We're leaving Bucks County and heading back to Philadelphia. This is the battleground of all battlegrounds. President Trump was here making four stops around Pennsylvania yesterday. Joe Biden is barnstorming the state today with this family come alone. There is also here. Pennsylvania is key for a couple of different reasons. First, it offers 20 electoral votes. A huge prize for whoever wins the presidency and also in 2016, it was decided by just 44,000 votes that's such and there are large in and at the margin that help Trump When the White House he's hoping it helped when again, But both campaigns say that this is a very close race, perhaps closer than the polls we've to believe, and the Biden campaign wants to take know voter for granted. They're crossing all over the state today, hoping to get every last vote out. We also know that Pennsylvania this is the first time that they're having absentee ballots, no excuse absentee ballot programming. About three million people have requested an accepted absentee ballots. Um, we've been talking to voters who like this process. Want to make sure Their vote isn't to be counted. You know, it seems like Pennsylvania. Like many other states, It's really an election between the cities in the suburbs and then the rural areas where the president has a real stronghold. That's absolutely right. So you're going to see the vice President Joe Biden, campaigning and places like Philadelphia and the suburbs around Philadelphia, which, as we've seen since the 2018 midterms have shown kind of perhaps a realignment of the parties also campaigning in places like Pittsburgh. The president, meanwhile, has been campaigning in areas that he flipped. In 2016 counties. Ah ah, that, you know that include former Vice President Joe Biden, hometown of Scranton, Uh, that flipped from Obama to Trump in 2016 hoping to maintain those areas support. You're going to hear the president. Talk about oil and fracking. You're going to hear Joe Biden really talk about Krone virus pandemic and making that a centerpiece of his campaign. We talk a lot about bellwether places. What part of Pennsylvania? Are you considering the bellwether tomorrow night to see which way things might go? Well, a couple of different places that we focused our reporting right now. We as I mentioned we're in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This is a place where the margins have really narrowed in 2016. Hillary Clinton wanted by fewer than 3000. Votes, and you talk to a variety of different voters at a early Dropbox location, who kind of gave us a sense of that area as a key battleground watch. We're also keeping an eye on those three counties that Trump flipped from Obama to trump in 2016 1 of them is a place that we were over the weekend, North Hampton An area that we were walking around name neighbors, neighborhoods with canvassers and finding trumps science Next. If I don't sign their neighbors against neighbors, you could be in the same neighborhood and be supporting two very different candidates. So those are kind of the areas that we're watching to see. It's basically a game of turning out your voters. And that's why if you live in Pennsylvania, you're likely getting calls from campaigns urging UT either Get your ballot in or show up on election Day. Hey, Caitlin, our time is up, So I need a quick answer on this, but Do you agree with this? Thought that whoever wins Pennsylvania wins the election. I think it is going to be critical to whoever with the White House. All
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"2 35. Russia has pulled out all the stops to interfere in this year's election. U. S officials are finding hard to stop them. But concerns linger. What worries me is what what we don't know. Former director of National Intelligence Jim Clapper, the US was ready for Moscow's hack and dump tactics this time, so the Kremlin's trying other tactics mainly disinformation, but it hasn't had the impact they hoped for. So Clapper is concerned about one last ditch effort what like they do on Election day. Among the top concerns were experts. Hacking the power grid, massive denial of service operations that could impact poles, traffic around voting locations and where votes are being counted. What might they do to exploit uncertainty about the outcome of the election? The list of possibilities is not a short one. J. J Green W T O P News. It's 2 36 Preparations are under way here in the district for possible protest surrounding the election. At the White House. A non scalable fence returns to the entire perimeter today, and the fence is reportedly the same type that was put up during the George Floyd protest this summer. It will encompass the Ellipse and Lafayette Square. Meantime, law enforcement is already tracking incidents arising from election tensions in North Carolina. The rally News and Observer shows Police in Graham, North Carolina, using pepper spray. On what was said to be peaceful demonstrators who had marched to the polls. The police say that at least one officer was assaulted. The people would move so they used pepper spray, the governor of the state of North Carolina, said it was unacceptable. He called it voter suppression. CBS national correspondent David Beg No. Why has Pennsylvania becomes so important in this year's presidential race will take an in depth look at that with CBS correspondent Caitlin Huey Burns next to 36 Micro Band 24 protects against Staphylococcus areas and in Terra Factor Arrow jeans bacteria but does not provide 24 hour protection.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"His team feeling that that state's 20 votes in the Electoral college are key to victory. Look at voting misinformation within the black community. I'm Andrea Cameron's with question, too. Will Maryland voters bet on the future with sports gaming? I'm John Dome and 8 32 in the nation's capital, CBS News Brief in the battleground state of Pennsylvania today, Joe Biden was in the city of Brotherly love, love him. CBS's Caitlin Huey Burns says the former vice president sees the Keystone State as a potential determinative prize. This state offers 20 electoral votes. The Biden team thinks that if they can win here they block off the president's path to victory, or at least make it much more difficult. President Trump Campaign's in five states today. Florida Republican Senator Rick Scott says he believes AH, larger number of Hispanic voters this year will vote for Mr Trump. What's helped Trump this time is, you know he's held the Castro regime accountable and you know Obama. Biden didn't He's been aggressive fun trying to get Maduro to leave power in Venezuela. He's been opposed. Ortega, Nicaragua and their Biden about the Biden and Obama administration words, So I think that's gonna help him. Scott was on CNN CBS News BRIEF. I'm Steve Futterman 8 32 of victory for Democrats in Texas, that state Supreme Court denying a Republican led petition the toss nearly 127,000 ballots that were cast during a drive thru voting process in the garbage in the Houston area. Just to dump the ballots from a state representative and two GOP candidates was rejected by the Texas All GOP Supreme Court. Without explanation. The same subject will be taken up during an emergency hearing in federal court Monday. Conservative Texas activists have railed against expanded voting across Harris County, where a record 1.4 million early votes have already been cast. President Trump won Texas by nine points in 2016, but polls have shown Democrat Joe Biden Still within reach in America's biggest red state. I'm Shelly Adler. Dr. Scott Scott Atlas says he regrets participating in an interview with the Russian TV network registered as a foreign agent in this country Atlas, who was one of President Trump's most trusted advisors on the pandemic, apologizing for during that interview with Artie, saying he was unaware they are that In his Artie interview. Atlas, a neuro radiologist criticized locked down policy, saying. They're killing people. 8 34..
"caitlin huey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"A nice gabardine slacks or something like that. All right, online, that is, That's terrible. I should show you the video. Tracy Taylor. What's going on? That would never do that would change you for life. I don't think that you could never get back on a platform ever again. And I hated that guy for that. I would imagine. Okay, Okay. We're watching the drive Right now. In north of five. I was just kind of clicking through the cameras from leaving Lacey all the way out to joint base. Lewis McCord. I'm not sure if it's just son glare. We had some earlier issues that really set the tone for the drive. It's still about 70 minutes from Olympia to Tacoma. And we have about an hour drive now, from Tacoma to Olympia with some slower traffic, leaving 5 12 and heading out to the base. All right, So our drive right now on north of five. Not bad, but not great heading into the city. It's a few spotty slowdowns as we get out of the U District, but really heavy as we crossed the county line really heavy, though highway to all the way up to steer out 5 to 8, Mary's Ville. Others still work in the record north on four or five just north of the bottle over highway that's taking up the right side. Sounds like we're still have this issue on self in a private, see, offer him a teeth and Mary's Bill and now a new problem for drivers on South Money. Five just south of 3/20 that's taking up the cov lane. Traffic is brought to you by Chevrolet of Everett. Truck Month Mean Savings up to $6000 in a great selection at Chevrolet of every by your truck and person or with joy drive home delivery. My new roads at Chevrolet of every dot com Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Cairo Radio Continuing coverage four days before Election Day. Ln the midst of a pandemic in CBS's Caitlin Huey Burns has a look at how some states have prepared for the final days of voting. We're seeing those long lines, people waiting for hours and hours to be able to.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"SOLs were scattered around the 50 states and U S territories, But they cast their virtual ballots and I'm pleased to announce that Vice President Joe Biden has officially been nominated by the Democratic Party. As our candidate for president of the United States, CBS News political reporter Caitlin Huey Burns They did with the you know, having people out in the country and and filming from their respective homes was, I think really compelling and different and something that will be possibly talked about and something that they could probably replicate. From now on. It definitely had me questioning why I don't live in some place like New Mexico. That's really beautiful. Biden's expect acceptance speech is going to be Thursday evening among the Tuesday Speakers where former President Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton attacking President Trump for his handling of the Corona virus. The president's counter offensive to came to the border town of Yuma, Arizona. This election that we're going into is the most important election in the history of our country. About the Corona virus. The number of Americans confirmed dead of covert 19 close to 172,000 and the World Health Organization said they are seeing a spike among patients in their twenties, thirties and forties nation Why there has also been a 24% increase in cases involving Children since the end of July. Correspondent Maria the array on the University of Notre Dame is now canceled in person undergraduate classes. For two weeks after a spike of Corona virus cases. One more report out on the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia 1000 pages from a Republican majority Senate committee concluding that the Kremlin did try aggressively to interfere on behalf of Donald Trump three year investigation also found that President Trump may have misled special counsel Robert Mueller. He told Mueller that he didn't recall discussing the Clinton campaign's stolen emails with his close friend Roger Stone, But the committee assesses that Trump did, in fact, speak with Stone about Wikileaks on multiple occasions correspondent Nancy Cordes. He will not be released for another three years, but that North Carolina parole Commission has granted parole to Larry Demery. He's to be released from prison in August of 2023 Demory was one of two men convicted in the 1993 murder of Michael. Jordan's father, James Jordan, was killed during a robbery while he slept in his car just off Interstate 95 in southeastern North Carolina. His body was found in a South Carolina swamp 11 days later, that is correspondent.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"It's about to begin the 2020 Democratic National Convention. It will be a convention unlike any other we've seen before. With no central location. Everyone being linked together by video feeds the main speaker tonight. Former first lady Michelle Obama. I know Joe He is a profoundly decent man guided by faith. He knows what it takes to rescue an economy, beat back of pandemic and lead our country. CBS's Caitlin Huey Burns says this week is about getting the Democratsmessage across the goal for this week is really to build an affirmative case for their ticket. Remember in battleground state polling we've seen that find supporters are largely backing him because of they see him as a vehicle against Donald Trump. And there are now reports that one of George Floyd's brothers will also address tonight's convince Ction CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman, the Democratic National Convention. Never miss a Moment. 103.5 FM and w t o p dot com. 8 52 Today, A federal judge blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a new regulation that would roll back healthcare protections for transgender people finalized days after the Supreme Court barred sex discrimination against LGBTQ individuals on the job. The regulation from the Federal Department of Health and Human Services was on track to take effect tomorrow. Monday's preliminary injunction from U. S District Court Judge Frederick Block in Brooklyn. Bar's Thie administration from enforcing the regulation until the case can be heard in court and decided Block indicated that he thought the Trump administration so called transgender rule is invalid in light of the Supreme Court ruling in June on a case involving similar issues in the context of job discrimination. What places are you most concerned about when it comes to possible exposure to Cove in 19 D C. Health experts say they're seeing a trend in people who have tested positive in the last two weeks, Director of D. C. Health doctor look wandering. Nesbitt says 15% of people who've tested positive for covert 19 in the last two weeks recently traveled or got together with a group larger than five social events and travel was still a higher contributor and workplace than endure dying, she says the city is expanding its contact tracing team to bring it. 450 staff members who will start home visits August 20th Prioritizing initially those who do not complete their interviews or who were unable to be reached. Nesbitt says 30% of people who test positive don't complete a tracing interview and she identified some community spread hot spots in Columbia Heights,.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"Thank you very much everybody with less than 100 days now, until Election Day, President Trump does have some work to do. If he hopes to defeat Joe Biden in November. Polls show the president's struggling in battleground states. CBS News anchor Elaine Quiano speaks with CBS political correspondents Caitlin Huey Burns and Ed O'Keefe is now underwater in Michigan. He's leading Joe Biden by just one point in Ohio. Previous surveys we did from Arizona and Texas show it's a tight race, and he's losing To Biden in the state of Florida. So while he may be trying to re create the almost paper Sin coalition that got him just across the line in several of those Midwestern states that helped him win the White House. He's not currently doing well enough in those states right now, to be at least comfortable with his position and you would think would be trying to find a way to expand his support. Especially in those critical states. But as poll after poll after poll and you know we can only put so much trust and faith in service that had done in the summer before an election, they continue to show that he is struggling to win over the support of independence potential Democrats that would see reason to vote for him and even some Republicans now who are very concerned about the state of the economy, and the way he's been managing the pandemic. So killing Against that backdrop, Joe Biden has started sharpening his criticisms of the president, recently calling Mr Trump of racist other than painting himself as the anti Trump candidate. What is the former vice president bringing to the table in terms of policy? Well lane Over the past few weeks, Joe Biden has gone to places near Philadelphia and around his home state of Delaware to talk about his economic policies against the backdrop of the pandemic and economic fallout from the pandemic, and he's really trying to shape those Lucy's around racial inequality. Last week he was talking about the impact of the economy as it relates to child care, caregiving and caring for the elderly. So he's really trying to focus on economic pitch. And that comes as we see in our battleground shocker Poles in Michigan and Ohio as well as a couple of weeks ago in Arizona, Florida on Texas states that were very hard hit by the pandemic that Biden support is being fueled by voters who say there's Supporting him out of opposition to Donald Trump, and not necessarily because they support Joe Biden the person. So while there are opening, certainly for Joe Biden to make, as he has continued in polls, headway against Donald Trump. We are seeing that his support is more so geared towards opposition to Trump then support for Joe Biden. So that suggests that he has some work to do in terms of laying out his policy vision. Now we could see that that may just be enough to be the anti Trump candidate. The moves for the Biden campaign suggest that they might have to do a little bit more. And that's why we're seeing these policy rollouts from the former vice president, CBS News correspondents Caitlin Huey Burns and Ed O'Keefe, in conversation with anchor Elaine Quiano of CBS Sports.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WTOP
"Special report Elizabeth Warren is ending her democratic bid for president CBS's Caitlin Huey burns says comes after she was unable to perform as well as expected in the super Tuesday contests fell well short of expectations in those contests and she also underperformed in those first four early contests as well the Massachusetts senator finished third in her home state cbss Rebecca Kaplan says her supporters now have a choice between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are intended to do very very well among these college educated especially white college educated women these aren't necessarily the same Sanders voters are he's often drawing from a lot of white men without college educations do like centers a lot of Latino voters local scientist Larry Sabato says Warren may have faced a kind of gender blowback Democrats ran a woman in twenty sixteen and despite having all the advantages lost they didn't want to repeat the mistakes CBS news special report I'm Steve K. fin Michigan's governor is backing Joe Biden for president days before the state's democratic primary Gretchen with beers in the Whitmer's endorsement gives the former vice president another boost after his super Tuesday success the governor don't plan to endorse a candidate but says Biden showed up for the people of Michigan when they needed him she cites Biden's work with president Obama debt and health coverage for millions and and to rescue from financial ruin two of the Detroit three automakers General Motors and Chrysler of the six states voting next Tuesday Michigan is the biggest prize Vermont senator Bernie Sanders one Michigan back in twenty sixteen a new report shows social media accounts linked to Russia have started to disrupt this year's presidential race and it's become harder to detect the posts on platforms like Instagram the university of Wisconsin Madison finds the Russian linked accounts have posted messages about divisive issues issues such as race abortion gun laws and immigration the tactics of very so similar to those used by the Kremlin linked internet research agency in twenty sixteen which polluted American voters social media feeds to sway the presidential election specifically the Instagram accounts spreading the disinformation have grown more sophisticated since then Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell today called on the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer to apologize for what he says were threats against two Supreme Court justices at the very best this problem for a stronger astonishingly reckless and completely responsible and clearly as the Chief Justice stated in a rare and extraordinary rebuke they were quote dangerous o'connell referring to a statement made by Supreme Court justice John Roberts Schumer said yesterday that Supreme Court justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch would pay the price if they rolled back abortion rights Schumer spoke a short time ago on the Senate floor I should not have used the words I used yesterday they didn't come out the way I intended to my point was that there would be political consequences political consequences for president trump and Senate Republicans if the Supreme Court with the newly confirm justices stripped away a woman's right to choose senator Schumer says he'll continue to fight for women's reproductive rights UP next coronavirus keeping a cruise ship from docking out west at least concerns about it it's eleven thirty four from Connecticut to California from Mississippi.
Following Klobuchar's exit from the Democratic race, some Houston voters throw their weight behind Biden
"It it is is super super Tuesday Tuesday delegates delegates up up for for grabs grabs tonight tonight in in the the fourteen fourteen states states including Massachusetts that are casting ballots CBS's Caitlin Huey burns talking to voters in Houston Texas today that is a big prize about former vice president Joe Biden's prospects there's a big question that I've had over the past twenty four hours heading into today and talking to voters here is whether the drop outs from but a judge and clover shark and their endorsement of Joe Biden has had any impact on the race and I did talk to one woman who said that she had been supporting any clover shark throughout this contest she was ready to vote for her today I found out that she dropped out and supported Joe Biden so she said that she voted for Joe Biden to
"caitlin huey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Okay because I tell you what they've come back status in South Carolina and that's I want to do it CBS news political reporter Caitlin Huey burns the congressman told me that they want to see a big victory from Joe Biden tonight to be able to kind of put to rest any speculation that he wouldn't be able to be strong in the super Tuesday contests and because he's invested so heavily here in South Carolina while all the other candidates have been going to other super Tuesday states Joe Biden has been camped out here in South Carolina so stay tuned for super Tuesday many analysts say that day may well be make or break for some of the democratic candidates president trump warns that more cases of the corona virus in the U. S. are likely the first death has been reported by US president pence is having the federal government's response we're going to increase to the highest level of advisory which is level for advising Americans do not travel to specific regions in Italy and South Korea pence and Mr trump spoke a day after the president denounced criticism of his response to the viral threat as a hoax cooked up by his political enemies Mr trump announces the first withdrawals of U. S. troops from Afghanistan are starting immediately following the successful signing the deal with the Taliban CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons we've seen press releases come out from the Taliban leaders that are encouraging thing the Roger dean fighters for the Taliban should put their weapons down and let this peace process take place the challenge that I think the Taliban has is the individual negotiating might not have the same control over the fighters in the provinces the US has between twelve thousand and thirteen thousand troops in Afghanistan a trump administration immigration policy that requires asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their cases wind through U. S. courts was blocked and then reinstated by court in a matter of hours the situation created chaos at border crossings court rooms and legal offices critics say the policies in humane because it sends a silent seeking migrants back to dangerous cities in Mexico.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"On the east coast in the polls have just closed in South Carolina based on CBS news early exit polls we estimate vice president Joe Biden will win the South Carolina primary Biden has a large lead over his rival he told reporters earlier this is just the first step toward a complete victory for him today's a great day because I tell you what the full comeback status in South Carolina and that's on Tuesday I'm CBS news political reporter Caitlin Huey burns the congressman told me that they want to see a big victory from Joe Biden tonight to be able to kind of put to rest any speculation that he wouldn't be able to be strong in the super Tuesday contests and because he's invested so heavily here in South Carolina while all the other candidates have been going to other super Tuesday states Joe Biden has been camped out here in South Carolina so stay tuned for super Tuesday many analysts say that day may well be make or break for some of the democratic candidates president trump warns that more cases of the corona virus in the U. S. are likely the first death has been reported by US president pence is having the federal government's response we are going to increase to the highest level of advisory which is level for advising Americans do not travel to specific regions in Italy and South Korea pence and Mr trump spoke a day after the president denounced criticism of his response to the viral threat as a hoax cooked up by his political enemies Mr trump now says the first withdrawals of U. S. troops from Afghanistan are starting immediately following the successful signing a deal with the Taliban CBS news military analyst Mike Lyons we've seen press releases come out from the Taliban leaders that are encouraging saying the logic being fighters for the Taliban should put their weapons down and let this peace process take place the challenge that I think the Taliban has is the individual's negotiating might not have the same control over the fighters in the provinces the US has between twelve thousand and thirteen thousand troops in Afghanistan a trump administration immigration policy that requires asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while their cases wind through U. S. courts was blocked and then reinstated by court in a matter of hours the situation created chaos at border crossings courtrooms in legal offices critics say the policies in humane because it sends asylum seeking migrants back to dangerous cities in Mexico but overrun with crime and kidnapping this is CBS news brought to you by the new Capital One savor card earn four percent.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty five degrees in Boston at five thirty good morning I'm Charlie Bergeron and here's what's happening senator Bernie Sanders projected to win his second straight caucus with a convincing win in Nevada senator Bernie Sanders was already in Texas when those Nevada votes were being counted looking ahead to super Tuesday in the Lone Star state this is the most consequential lectured in the modern history of this country Texas will play an enormous role if we win here in Texas it's fetish between now and then there are some Carolina where Joe Biden hoping to revive what so far has been a disappointing campaign he finished second in Nevada what were the key issues health care especially Medicare for all was it really critical for a lot of voters who came here as immigrants it was just something that was top of mind for them it's also something that is a key issue for young people people who are more transient and their jobs are who can't necessarily depend on their job for health care coverage CBS is Caitlin Huey burns CBS news update on top add Massachusetts voters can start casting early ballots in the presidential primaries beginning tomorrow Massachusetts one of more than a dozen states that hold their presidential primaries on March third that's the so called super Tuesday for the first time though local residents can start voting early in a presidential primary that begins tomorrow and runs through Friday early votes can be cast in at least one location in cities or towns across the state during the regular business hours of local election officials communities can also choose.
"caitlin huey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The plane has been crowned at worldwide since march after two fatal crashes killed hundreds of people investigators say new flight control software contributed to the problem by forcing the noses of the planes down pilots have been testing fix for that system but sources now tell c. n. n. that microprocessor failure could also force the nose of the plane to the ground aviation analyst richard novel off yeah Ways that aircrafts could suffer. hopefully people understand it broader context rather than something that is fundamentally wrong fear neither the f._a._a. nor boeing have confirmed this new issue in a statement the f._a._a. says their process is designed to discover and highlight potential risks seattle's mayor is floating the idea of a ban on e cigarettes we get that story from kiro radio seren cornell mayor jenny durken tweets that may be time for seattle to discuss a ban on vaping products she's reacting to san francisco becoming the first city to outlaw e cigarettes calling it a bold move supporters hope it'll curve underage addiction to nicotine but opponents say the ban is counterproductive they argue former smokers who switched to april products will resort back to traditional cigarettes washington recently passed a law raising the age to buy tobacco products and e cigarettes twenty-one president trump hopes congress can reach an immigration humanitarian aid deal before the fourth of july recess before he left for the g twenty summit in japan today he was asked about that viral picture of the father and his young daughter who drowned in the rio grande while trying to enter the u._s. the president said he saw the gripping photograph of the bodies of a father and young daughter in the rio grande just feet from the u._s. border probably was this wonderful guy with his daughter things like that wouldn't happen the president says it's up to congress to act and i could stop immediately if the democrats changed the law to change the laws bill rakoff c._b._s. news the white house governor inslee is going to be among the ten democratic presidential candidates taking the stage in miami tonight for the first of two primetime debates and immigration is going to be one of the top issues as we hear from c._b._s. caitlin huey burns these democratic candidates really criticizing the president's border policies criticizing his immigration policy we know president trump is going to use immigration as a centerpiece of his campaign similarly to what he did in two thousand sixteen now democrats say that they can run against certain policy the debate starts at six tonight on n._b._c. news let's check back in with tracy taylor now with our cairo radio realtime.
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"Of the president on the White House lawn earlier today speaking with reporters now, the president will wages battle in the courts that could mean a protracted fight here that leads right to the end of his first term in office now as far as the impeachment threat. The president says he's not worried not one little bit. And he also said today that he'll go directly to the nation's highest court if partisan Democrats dare to try Jonathan Turley is a law. Professor Joe George Washington University. He says neither side is being honest with the American people, both Democrats and President Trump are seeking strategies of delay. The. Democrats really have never wanted to impeach Donald Trump despite some members running on in the midterm elections. What they want to do is to appear like they want to impeach Trump without actually doing it Trump on the other hand if he wants to run out the clock and for him a challenge in federal court would achieve that purpose. Turley says if the case were brought to the supreme court by President Trump he believes it's unlikely the president would win the fight polls show that one democrat would lead the crowded field and the presidential primary as the early front runner, and guess what? He's making his intentions known tomorrow. Officially vice president Joe Biden expected to release a video announcing is running for president L Biden is planning a rally in Pittsburgh on money to follow up and Pennsylvania's such a critical battleground state where he grew up, and it's also a state that President Trump won. And part of Biden's argument will be that he's a democrat who could win back states Hillary Clinton lost. But like. Experience has voting record. And Thomas spotlight is extensive already having to address past interactions with women who said he crossed the line with unwanted kisses and hugs Biden insane. He will be more mindful going forward ABC correspondent Tom Llamas. Two of the democratic presidential candidates have declared they support impeaching the president. But speaker Pelosi is asking for patients within her party as they uncover the truth fairly says political reporter Caitlin Huey burns in Texas Pelosi.
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"Paycheck. Through the shutdown. We have to close down our government with building that wa-. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling President Trump to postpone his state of the union address. Shut up. Mazing Geraldo Hawaii amendment this country just shut up and step up. We're right here with you still pay our taxes and bringing you all you need to know AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. CBS news update, President Trump's offering temporary protection for people illegally brought to the United States as children and other groups of immigrants facing deportation in exchange for funding for his controversial border wall. He's problems can be solved. But only if we have the political courage to do what is just and what is right CBS news, political reporter Caitlin Huey burns. Democrats have already said that this is not something that they are going to support and for a couple of different reasons one they say that they want to open up the government before they have any talks on immigration. And they also argue that the reason that many Docker giants are in limbo are because the president ended the program. They also argue that it doesn't include a path to citizenship, which is something that they have wanted. And that it is still very temporary. They wanted more permanent fixes Democrats are insisting and the partial government shutdown now, and then we'll talk about border security CBS news update. I'm Sam Litzinger. Staffed almost I'm Brian Vance. That's one of the stories we're following.
More Women Than Ever Are Running for Congress in 2018
"Deal Jennifer Kushinka in for Gordon Deal along with Rasa Kaye we know there are more women running than ever for congress this year. And while many democratic women have been fueled by the Donald. Trump era and the metoo movement the GOP contenders aren't playing up gender on the campaign trail Keat, Lynn Huey burns has written a. Piece for, real clear politics called female GOP candidate so shoe the gender card and joins us now. Caitlyn, why are female Republican candidates not focusing on gender issues for, a couple of different reasons I we have seen the surge in women candidates across, the spectrum but we've seen it even more on the democratic, side then on the Republican side and there. Are a few different reasons for that number one according to strategist and operatives and candidates themselves but I've talked to they note that there has been a along disparity between Republicans and Democrats in terms of, infrastructure here towards your crusading and helping and fundraising for women Candidates who seen that a. Lot on the democratic? Side and number one this this time around is the idea that Donald Trump and the metoo era is really. Fueling women on the democratic side and so that creates some challenges for Republican women running this cycle a, couple of candidates I talked to noted that are running on. The Republican side noted that they don't like to play the gender card as they called it they, don't like to play identity politics. As they, called it while running for congress and so some of these women candidates who could be? The, first women to represent their states and some cases in the, Senate for example have said that while they liked the idea that they could break, a barrier this way it's not really a focus of their, campaign instead they want to focus on the. Issue Caitlyn one of those women you just referenced Marsha Blackburn likely to become the Republican nominee for Senator in Tennessee is kind of issuing the gender card what is she Running on Well she is running as a top ally of. President Trump she is very close, with him has made clear that she would be an ally of his in. The Senate she has long represented Tennessee as. US congresswoman, in fact when she was elected to that post in the early, two thousand she was the first woman to go to congress from Tennessee who did not succeed her husband. In office so she has recognized that she has broken. Some barriers and she talked to me about ways in which she is encouraging women to get. Into politics but she also is very supportive of this president supportive of his policies and welcomes his endorsement and welcomes his ideas and. Her state it's very different though in Tennessee compared to other places because Trump is still very popular, in Tennessee traditional. Republican state he wanted pretty handily in two thousand sixteen candidate Like Blackburn it makes sense for her to. Run as an ally of Trump even though she's a woman candidate and some other places it's a little bit more difficult we're speaking. With Caitlin Huey burns of real clear politics in those states that aren't heavily Trump country are the, women who are. Running getting away from the Trump message at all It really depends on the district and the state so for example and in. Arizona which has never sent a, woman to the US Senate before and we'll likely, do so given that the candidates on both sides our women it's going to be really interesting to see what the Trump effect will be, Arizona is a state that the president won, by just three points at the, state that's really changing demographically towards the Democrats. And so you have the the, the women candidates on the Republican side Martha mcsally a current congresswoman who was the first female combat first female woman first woman, to fly in a combat mission and in the air, force and you have Kelli ward. Who's a physician both vying for the Republican primary and that's not until the end of August and so in a Republican primary the goal is really to endear yourself should Trump And motivate base, voters and then try to tack, a little bit more moderately during the general. Election that'll be kind of difficult, and that's Caitlin Huey burns from real clear politics This.