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02:21 min | 3 d ago

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"Learn Maurine. The coming days is a resilient Community. Last night was a devastating blow. Little is known about the suspect or the motive. FBI personnel are assisting the crime scene, conducting interviews assisting on the search of the suspect's home. The FBI's Paul Keenan and many of you have already asked what the motive of this shooting was. And with less than 12 hours since the shooting would be premature to speculate on that motivation. Fed ex is reportedly reevaluating its policy of requiring workers to lock up their cell phones while they're working. Many couldn't call for help. The governor is ordered Flags be lowered to half staff in remembrance of those lost CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E McCormick and of course, keep it here on W T. O P as we continue to monitor developments on that story. 10 53. Now House Democrats have approved legislation they say would help close the gender pay gap between what women and men are paid in the workplace. The bill would make it easier to sue employers for pay discrimination would make it easier to curb the ability of companies to retaliate and beef up enforcement of existing laws. It would also ban employers from prohibiting employees from discussing their salaries. The bill has little chance of overcoming Republican opposition in the Senate. Many Republicans say it would erode protections for employers discourage hiring and that it would largely be a boon for try a lawyer's looking to sue. This is the fourth time the bill has passed in the house. It has never passed in the Senate. Stay with us up ahead in money. News markets are working on records. This is the one year anniversary of travels. Worst day. I'm Jeff Global. It's 10 54 presented by Rocket mortgage when you need certainty in the home buying process with alone that fits your life Rocket can use a A life insurance was made for busy families who have big plans. But very little time. Who's to do list ever stops growing like most of us? They think I should probably sit down and look in the life insurance one. These days, But, ironically, life gets in the way their conference calls bills to pay kids to entertain. And, hey, the grass is gonna mow itself and on and on. The good news is getting a quote from you say Life insurance company is fast, so it's a decision that doesn't take a lot of time or peace and quiet to make..

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02:20 min | 3 d ago

"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WTOP

"Staffers have laptops and they're confirming who has been accounted for and what facility they worked in, and family members gathered at a nearby hotel reporter Darrius Johnson, family and friends began to rush to this hotel hopping right out of bed with whatever they had on after that shooting happened. Police say that this is where the workers would be busting, reunited with family members and friends once they would be released from the facility. The FedEx facility is near the Indianapolis airport. CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E. McCormick now 7 22 a strange incident on the Beltway near college Park yesterday afternoon, police say a man driving a Honda Accord climbed out of the window of the driver's side door even tried to jump onto the back end of a tractor trailer. 30 year old Mach Moody op of Washington was found lying in the roadway. His car ended up on the shoulder with its engine running, and that's gear shift in neutral. The op was taken to the hospital. We don't know his condition this morning. College Park City Council is supporting the city of greenbelts efforts to stop a proposed maglev train project. The council they're voting unanimously to give Greenbelt $10,000 to help pay for a lawyer to help out in its efforts. Planners have been pushing a 40, mile long high speed rail between Washington and Baltimore. Opposition to that project has grown in the past few months. Opponents say it'll have negative environmental effects and produce a lot of noise and vibration. Large brood of cicadas will be back in the day. MV this summer after a 17 year hiatus. Oh, yea, the giant insects are going to be crawling all over the place trying to make it to the treetops toe mate. They're gonna be loud. It's going to be anywhere from about 80 to 100 decibels. That's the sound of a lawn mower going by. My Gramp is an entomologist with University of Maryland and though you might begin to see the red eyed bugs in the next few weeks, the party will start a little later in the 3rd and 4th weeks and may. That's when this Takeda pollution is going to happen. The tsunami Will be heading and then there will be with us through the early half of June and begin to tail off towards the end of June. Ralph says. This brood could produce trillions of cicadas across the East Coast. Look Lugar w T o P. News. It's terrific. I think I'm moving West. Not a bad idea. Coming up here in money news Americans increasingly willing to buy an electric car 7 24. Why buy a used car when you can own a new Nissan for less at the all New Heart, Nissan.

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02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Alive Our top story with NBC's here in Paterson, fighting today signs into law an extension of the Paycheck protection program the federal government's assistance to small businesses during the pandemic. The program was set to expire on Wednesday, but Congress passed legislation to extend the application deadline to May 31st. And given additional 30 Day period for the small business Administration to process applications there pending the $1.9 Trillion Cove in 19 relief package. The president signed into law this month included an additional $7.25 billion for P P. P. Karen Travers, ABC News Washington, But even with mass there are new spikes in covert cases, and the Northeast is among the region seen a spike. CBS is Cam E. McCormick says, it comes is more vaccine doses are being ramped up. Many teenagers are excited to get their shots with states opening up eligibility. Don't think things will ever necessarily get all the way back to normal, But I'm excited for things to get closer. But there are concerns about spikes in many states, particularly in the Northeast, where mask mandates are still in place. Dr. Share a drone of Tufts University. I don't think anybody can claim to know why now the Northeast is doing badly. Michigan is doing terribly, and the rest of the country looks so good, even places that are really re opening aggressively. A car careens into a covert vaccine clinic on Blue Hill AB in Roxbury, the crash damaging the front of the Whittier Street Health Center, but did not damage any of the critical vaccines or the center inside. By the way, the clinic just opened up a 10 o'clock. You actually give out the needed shots to the community in Boston with your health President and CEO Fredricka Williams, who was scheduled should come on in We will be open. Most of the damage was done to the front office. That clinic gives out about 30 to 35 vaccinations a day. One woman was injured in that overnight crash. And right now it is 10 33. So let's check your ride. Let's see if there's some crashes out. They're slowing things down for you is Kevin Brennan and the super retailers.

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01:30 min | Last month

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"Sponsored by Del Small business. I'm Cam E. McCormick. There is good news and bad news on the pandemic front. First, the good news. A third vaccine is rolling out. States are opening up more appointments to more people, but the variants are spreading. Here's correspondent Deborah Alfa Romeo Johnson and Johnson's Corona virus vaccine could start going into the arms of Americans today. The new vaccine will help relieve some of the demand some states air Starting to loosen restrictions on places like schools, restaurants and Jim's. But CDC director Dr Michelle Wolinsky says Americans shouldn't relax just yet. 70,000 cases per day. We're not in that place right now, with variant spreading, We stand to completely lose the hard earned brown we have gave And then there's the fact that many Americans are not getting tested. Now Bill Altman is with Louisville, Kentucky's Health department. I think there's a bit of testing fatigue out there. There haven't been holiday as many holidays where people may have been exposed to a larger groups or been indoors, and health experts say that will make it difficult to forecast future outbreaks. President Biden spoke yesterday to Mexico's president. The focus was not just on the borders. We did, Chang reports. The agenda also included a lot of talk about the pandemic, and president Biden said he would discuss sharing the U. S supply of the vaccine with Mexico. But the White House said that is not gonna happen because the priority is making sure every American is vaccinated. There are still water shortages in.

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02:47 min | 3 months ago

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"Serving state Senate president has died on Kate Ryan, Maryland Man put to death after decades on Death Row I'm John Doman. It's eight o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Cam E. McCormick, the federal government as states to roll out more vaccines because it was releasing reserves But now word those reserves may not exist. After all, I am shocked. Appalled that the federal government would set an expectation with the American people on which they knew they could not deliver with such grave consequences. Oregon Governor Kay Brown the news comes as millions of Americans seek shots for themselves or their parents. WCBS TV reporter Jessica Layton has more from New York. Living alone and still cooking her own meals. 95 year old Gene Kelly does her best to lead a healthy lifestyle. I think I have a good diet. I drink a glass of two glasses of wine every night, which helps on the family of this witty great grandmother in Nyack wants to make sure she stays well by getting the covert vaccine but trying to book her an appointment has become a second full time job for son Chris Kelly. I'm on that site all day long from the state website, crushing constantly and calls to the vaccine hotline going on, answered. Due to high call volumes were temporarily unavailable to take your call. It's one discouraging dead end after another. And the problem is complicated by how many Americans have already gotten that first shot L. A county health, the doctor Paul Simon, one does. And a long delay in the second dose. We don't know how long that protection the last. We don't know how durable that protection is. President elect Joe Biden pledged yesterday to boost up supplies and set up new vaccination site security is unprecedented in the nation's capital ahead of his inauguration as Natalie brand reports capital has this fence around the perimeter. This went up just a couple of days ago. We see military vehicles here. Of course, we have thousands of National guard true. And in state capitals, Kentucky Governor Andy Bashir. We will be closing the Capitol grounds entirely on Sunday in Minnesota, which has been mentioned with Michigan and security alerts. Governor Tim Walz. We're talking about security. We're talking about threats. We're talking about fences. We're talking about sending national guard to the capital on one of the most joyous should be one of most joyous days in our democracy, the peaceful transfer of power from one elected official who another shame on this country. If we try and normalize what's happening here, Shame on this country. If we don't hold those that made this situation accountable. Michigan's governor has activated the National Guard. So has Florida..

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03:35 min | 3 months ago

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"Was a total failure of security. In the meantime, National Guard personnel are stationed in the nation's capital. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy will be 6200 Guardsmen in total by the weekend here, President Trump will head to the Camp David for the weekend. CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E. McCormick and another development from the White House today. President Trump has withdrawn his nomination of Chad Wolf for Homeland Security secretary. He did it shortly after Wolfe called on the president to strongly condemn yesterday's violence. Wolf calling the events tragic and sickening. He says it's unacceptable that some supporters of the president resorted to violence as a means to achieve political ends. It wasn't long after that the president withdrew that nomination. Wolf has been acting secretary for more than a year. The Senate never confirmed him well. We're hearing from the nation's for past presidents who have something to say about President Trump his actions and the ensuing violence. Former President Obama says history will rightly remember that the violence of the capital yesterday was incited by a sitting president. Former President George W. Bush. This is how election results are disputed in a banana republic, not our Democratic Republic. Former President Bill Clinton says the attack was fueled by four years of poison politics and lit by President Trump. And then there was this sentiment from former President Jimmy Carter, who called the violence in a statement a national tragedy, saying it's not who we are as a nation. Local religious leaders are also condemning yesterday's violence. Catholic Cardinal Wilton Gregory says Americans should feel violated when the legacy of freedom and shrine in the Capitol building his disrespected and desecrated. Cardinal Gregory says people should pause and pray for peace. Dean of the Washington National Cathedral, very reverent. Randolph Marshall hollerin called the attack on the Capitol and outrage and addressing the rioters said violence is not the answer. Now lay aside your violence. Give rest to your anger. And go home. Ridiculous. Jano w T o p News The crisis is hard for everyone, including kids in Montgomery County. School leaders are now encouraging parents to talk to their Children about what happened. The board of Ed president there, Brenda Wolfe says the violence reminds us how important it is for the school system to teach about and model civility and respect for democracy. Coming up next Wall Street works on records again. Another record low for rates. I'm Jeff, Play Ball 12 54 tired after a long day of working and taking care of the kids take the night off and let ksc do the home cooking for you. Pick up the $20 Philip Box today What are ahead or use contact was delivery Gonna KFC dot com. Here's Chan, a Chan and American military University, MBA graduate and entrepreneur on leading forward the link between higher education and our future government work force sponsored by American Military University. I think the educators and business go hand in hand and American military university specifically have helped me online so my world hasn't changed dramatically. But it has impacted the business aspect because I'm having to be able to connect with clients and prospect online and virtually basically living in the virtual world even more so now than I was ever before..

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02:43 min | 3 months ago

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"Report After Congress formalized Joe Biden's win in the presidential election early this morning, the Nation prepares to move forward is Stephen Portnoy reports In less than two weeks, Joe Biden and Kamila Harris will stand on the West Front of the Capitol. Which was besieged by the lawlessness yesterday, and those two individuals will take the oath of office and lead the country forward. President Trump has promised an orderly transition but still disagrees with the outcome. Security analyst Fran Townsend yesterday he said, We love you when we understand. I understand how you feel. Yeah, I mean, that's not only wholly inadequate, but it's encouraging of these people. And so I think he makes he needs to make a definitive address to the nation, distancing himself condemning the violence and insisting that this type of thing not happen again and certainly not on his behalf. Facebook and Instagram are extending a ban on President Trump's accounts for at least the next two weeks. CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E. McCormick and I'm Colleen O'Brien. Former attorney General Bill Bar has weighed in and says President Trump's conduct as a violent mob of his supporter stormed the U. S Capitol was a betrayal of his office and supporters. He added that orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress was inexcusable. Bar resigned last month. Anti Trump Messages are being projected onto a building in downtown Seattle this morning. Cairo seven TVs Lauren Donovan was there and spotted it from the street before sunrise projection that I saw was arrest Trump and been assigned underneath it. That said, Trump equals treason. I'm there, maybe for a span of I would say 10 minutes tops, and the scientist kept rotating crews removed. Trump Trump endangers all. I saw plenty of people out there as I Was driving away on their phones, taking pictures of it in adjacent street. A growing number of Washington's congressional delegation are joining the call to move President Trump from office by invoking the 25th amendment representative Rick Larson, among those supporting the step, encourage people to go to the capital. At that point, the number of people who came up sort of lost control of what their purpose was, but I do think that it's wrong and I condemn it. So is Congressman Derek Kilmer. Trump is not in a position to lead the next 14 days. And what we saw yesterday may just be the start. So with that in mind, I do believe that the vice president, the Cabinet should shouldn't vote. The 25th Amendment. As pro trump groups took to the streets across the nation here in our state, those who've been on the streets of Seattle since the killing of George Floyd had a message of their own protesters back in their cars, first blocking the ballot bridge. He's got heated between the group and one of the drivers, but they moved on, only.

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01:36 min | 3 months ago

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"From office and newly elected freshman congressman has also started a petition to remove House Republicans who he says incited the violence. Yesterday he has nearly 300 signatures. CBS News Special Report I'm Cam E. McCormick and it's a 52. Now when we have just heard from President Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, The former New York City mayor says that the violence of the capital was shameful and he condemns it in the strongest terms. Now it comes less than a day after he called for trial. Combat during the Save America Rally on the National Mall. Giuliani has spearheaded attempt to overturn the results of the election without evidence, saying that he values respect for law and order and for the police, the nation's four living past presidents are reacting to the violence of the capital. A statement from former President Barack Obama says history will rightly remember the violence of the capital incited by a sitting president, former President George W. Bush said. This is how election results are disputed in a banana republic, not Democratic Republic. Former President Bill Clinton says the attack was fueled by four years of poison politics and lit by President Trump and former President Jimmy Carter called the violence a national tragedy, which is not who we are as a nation. Now we are hearing from Virginia Senator Tim Kaine about his experiences during the riots. After evacuating, Kane says that he stayed in another building for about five hours. Determinist since we got in there, we're going back into that chamber and we're finishing this tonight. Deny President Trump and his mom what they hope, which is the ultimate disruption in the election. Kane's comments were on MSNBC up next new jobs numbers this morning..

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01:32 min | 3 months ago

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"Of sunshine Temperatures. Low forties. Looking good is the watching football team takes on the Buccaneers and clear skies and temperatures Low. 30 Saturday night 40 right now in downtown D. C. Damascus at 38 Odin 10 39. Okay, Lauren 7 51. CBS News Special Report Runoff vote that shattered records to determine control of the Senate CBS News Projects Democrat Raphael Warnock has defeated incumbent Republican Kelly Leffler becoming the first black senator in Georgia's history going to the Senate. Work for all of Georgia. Lefler has not conceded, speaking to reporters last night. I'm not going to stop working in the morning. In fact, I'm gonna be heading to Washington D. C. To keep fighting. All eyes are now on the second race pitting Republican incumbent David Perdue against Democrat Jonah's off a race too close to call reporter Caitlin here we burned. They couldn't start tabulating until polls close, so they seem to have been able to get a head start holds are razor thin, Lead over produced 16. 1000 votes under Georgia law that trailing candidate can request a recount. When the margin is a half percent or less. We could no more. An hour's CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E. McCormick one drug, one Trump for seven hours yesterday, supporters of the president packed Freedom Plaza demanding that Congress overturned the election results when accounts of the electoral college votes.

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01:51 min | 3 months ago

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"In and could be little icy. Later tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow, nine again going to be very chilly tonight. Low around 29 will be checking your full forecast coming up. In just a few minutes, right after traffic on the threes. A new strain of Corona virus is causing a lot of anxiety as it makes landfall here in the United States. This as California reaches its tipping point. CBS is Candy. McCormick has the latest nearly 4000 covert deads nationwide yesterday and in Los Angeles County in California. 10,000 deaths have been reported now. Doctors may soon make some tough choices, Dr. Tears So to whom Cho and when you have multiple patients that are going into cardiac arrest or code blues. They not everybody could respond to those who were having to make a choice. Who do I respond to Buddha? Why not respond to officials with Operation Warp speed? Acknowledge there have been problems with vaccine distribution. General Good stuff, partner every day. Everybody gets better. On and I believe that uptake will increase significantly as we go forward. A pandemic will change New Year's Eve. The NYPD is Terrence Monahan. Absolutely no Spectators allowed in Times Square. The police presence will also be reduced their the only Spectators who will be allowed about 40 local frontline workers. CBS News Brief. I'm Cam E. McCormick After 14 seasons and a Stanley Cup win. Bruins Captain Biggs eases A No. Ciara is leaving Boston to play for the Washington crap capitals. The team is now going in a younger direction. WBC's James RoHaas is on the story. He's at the garden with fan reactions. Big Z may be saying goodbye to Boston, but he and his fans will always have the memories. Now, though, disappointed folks tell me they appreciate everything Ciara has done for the team, including to help win the Stanley Cup back in 2011, But there is a time for everything. Sounds like the.

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02:26 min | 5 months ago

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"Ex giving is the Corona virus Pandemic shows? No, let up. CBS is Cam E. McCormick says health officials are trying to get a message out to reluctant politicians in some states. Please, please listen to us The please air coming from doctors. This is a highly contagious virus, and we can't just say Well, it's going to spread anyway. That's not true like that. Doctor. This ER nurse works in South Dakota and says people deny they have covert 19 on their deathbeds. They don't stop yelling at you, she said, until they're intubated, and that's not all she seeing. What's really hard is when people have very mild symptoms, and until all their friends and neighbors that it's no big deal, and that this is nothing, and then the next time you turn around, you have a 40 or 50 year old laying there who's not gonna survive with the same virus. She called the current hospital situation there. Horror movie In Washington. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says he hopes for a bipartisan agreement later on this week on a virus relief package, blaming Democrats for the Log jam so far, Speaker Pelosi and leader Schumer had not made the calculation of block it. That money could have been out the door many weeks ago. Ohio Republican Senator Rob Portman says he's part of a covert 19 vaccine study. He says he hopes it encourages other volunteers. Twitter's CEO tells Congress the site has flagged about 300,000 tweets. Is it battles disinformation centered around the election at Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg says he honored a promise to take new action ahead of the vote made political advertising more transparent on Facebook than anywhere else, and including TV, radio and email. We introduced new policies to combat voter suppression and misinformation, Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Rapids, Burger tells CBS News. Members of his own party have been pressuring him during the current vote recount. Sarah Graham applied for us to audit the envelopes and then throw out the ballots for counties with the highest frequency error of signatures. I tried to Help explain that you couldn't tie the signatures back anymore to those ballots, And he says he doesn't think the recount will change the fact that President Trump lost the state. President elect Biden has selected more top staffers for his White House. Louisiana congressman Cedric Richmond will give up his seat to head up the White House office of Public Engagement. I've had to make one of the hardest decisions that I've made in my life and former campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon will become the deputy chief of staff. Checking Wall Street right now the Dow.

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03:19 min | 5 months ago

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"On the hour. Presented by capital One bank. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The headline isn't changing. Daily coronavirus cases in the U. S have shattered yet another record the new count more than 153,000 in a day. The Copen tracking project says one in every 378 people tested positive this week. Dr Edward Mickelson is with Texas Tech, the hospitals and I'll pass. Oh have added some 500 to 600 new beds over the last few weeks to cope with the increasing number of patients. Chicago's now limiting get togethers to 10 people. Rhode Island's governor, warning of extreme restrictions to come Thanksgiving suggestions from Dr Anthony Fauci, he tells CBS this morning. Nothing is going to be perfect in this. But if you're indoors and gathering with people, even if it's a relatively small group The extent possible, keep the mask on. Even if you are indoors, Dr. Fauci is already urged Thanksgiving dinners be limited to nuclear family members. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito says he's concerned about covitz impact on religious freedoms and going to church. We have never before seen restrictions as severe. Extensive and prolonged as those experienced for most of 2020, he told the Federalist Society. He's not trying to play down the severity of the pandemic. CBS News is projecting Joe Biden, the winner now in Arizona that adds 11 electoral votes to his victory. The Trump campaign still challenging the results, the president elect still being denied intelligence briefings. Republican Senator Rick Scott was facing capital votes and there'll be plenty of time. Mr Biden's chief of staff, Ron claim, is speaking. Out, he tells MSNBC President elect is the president elect. He is entitled under the statute to get those kinds of briefings and hopefully they will be forthcoming Very soon. I'm Cam E McCormick a letter from over 150. Former national security officials is warning of risks in the transition delay. That letter was sent to the General Services Administration chief Emily Murphy, and it urged her to ensure the smooth transfer of power and allow access to information pertaining to national security issues. As well as the president's daily, brief and pending decisions on possible uses of military force. It's tough being a top athlete when no one's watching. Just ask the clubhouse leader at the Masters Paul Casey. Know how the family's experience would be and and so far have not enjoyed it. And I've lacked felt like that sort of the lack of energy for me. I've got had nothing or very little to draw from. He shot seven under par in yesterday's opening round Tiger at minus four S and P Futures up 24. This is CBS News. Brought to you by capital one capital ones. Banking APP lets you manage your money any time anywhere. This is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a 803 on this Friday. The 13th of November. It is 47 degrees right now going up to the low sixties with clearing later. Good morning. I'm Bruce Allen. And I'm Joan Jones. The top local stories we're following this hour. We often hear that young people.

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02:11 min | 5 months ago

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"Not be life threatening. Let's get back to this morning's top story is the votes continued to be counted in six states four days after Election Day. CBS News Special Report. So where do we stand in the presidential contest? Still no declared winner in the ballot. Counting continues. There are developments. CBS's Anthony Salvato on the latest from Pennsylvania is out of pity. Berg are boosting Joe Biden's leak. That coupled with the boost that he got out of Philadelphia, that's a good trend line for him. It's not enough yet to project the race, but it's certainly a positive trend. Like why is it taking so long? CBS's John Dickerson reports. It's a sign the system is working, like in carpentry. You measure twice and you cut once and we've seen his payoff when officials bad back claims with facts. The reason they have fact is they were methodical, not Justin account, but beforehand. If you're gonna build a platform for a democracy, it has to be stable. That's what all this slow patient counting is doing were also still waiting for accounts in Georgia and North Carolina considered tossups and Nevada and Arizona, where President Trump has made up some ground. CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E. McCormick. Attorneys for President Trump have turned to the Supreme Court in an effort to stop vote counting in Pennsylvania with 20 electoral votes at stake. Justice Samuel Alito ordering Pennsylvania election boards to separately count mail in ballots that arrived after election Day. But he rejected Republican request to stop counting those votes all together. Alito referred the GOP request to the full Supreme Court, and he's given Pennsylvania Secretary of State until two o'clock today to respond Now before the election, Alito and Justices Clarence Thomas and Neil Gorsuch signaled that they might be inclined to stop counting ballots arriving after election day that would involve between three and 4000. Al. It's a tense standoff in Lexington, where supporters of Joe Biden showed up in a rally organized by backers of President Trump Here's W B z T V's Christina Hager. It started with a trump rally. I won my freedom, my liberty and but so happiness. This election is being stolen from Donald.

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03:09 min | 5 months ago

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"Cam E McCormick. It's a nail biter. It's in God's hands now for millions of voters and the candidates. We were winning everything and all of a sudden it was just called off, but there is still counting in some key battleground states. The hard work of Italian votes is finished. And it ain't over till every vote is counter Joe Biden and President Trump Overnight one of the state's still counting Michigan Here's correspondent Janet Shamley. And when all the ballots are counted in the state of Michigan, more than 5.5 million people will have voted here where it about 90% counted Right now, most of the remaining ballots that have not been counted are those male in absentee ballots, and we're getting some assurances that by tonight we will have a full account here in Michigan CBS News Special report I'm County. McCormick and The Associated Press Electoral tally has Joe Biden, currently with 238 of the required 270 electoral votes to win. President Trump has 213 Now there are six battleground states that we are waiting on. Now Wisconsin, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Nevada taking a closer look at two of them. Wisconsin holds 10 electoral votes. It's tallied 95% of that state's vote, and Joe Biden maintains a one point lead there. In Georgia, which carries 16 electoral votes. President Trump holds a two point edge over Biden, with 94% of the vote counted the leads, of course, a slim both states are considered tossups later this hour will take a look at where things stand in Michigan and North Carolina. Now it could be days before we know who's won the presidency, but his double Ethiopia's Capitol Hill correspondent emeritus, Dave McConnell, reports late results or not at all unusual. The Bush Gore face off in 2000 wasn't decided till December, 12 the Supreme Court halted along recount caused by a disputed voter account, giving George Bush the Republican a win. Democrats denounced the decision. And it remains highly controversial. Longest night and day of all was the 18 76 matchup of Republican Rutherford Hayes and Democrats. Samuel Tilden. Ah, four months to lay over disputed votes with Hayes finally declared the winner over Tilden as Republicans agreed to end reconstruction, enabling Democrats to regain supremacy in the South. This year. Issues of voter suppression and harassment have raised fears of a disputed and prolonged election. Stay tuned. Dave McConnell w T o p News New this morning, Three men and one woman was stabbed to death around 2 30 this morning on New York Avenue near 15 Street Northwest across from the east wing of the White House. The three men stabbed allegedly members of the proud boys, which the Southern poverty Law Center calls a hate group NBC for is reporting. The victims claimed they were stabbed by members of the Black Lives matter movement. Police say two of the suspects were black men wearing all black clothing. The third was a black woman wearing black sweatpants with a white stripe, orange leggings and a dark gray coat, and she was reportedly armed with a knife Now that happened after demonstrations in the district, which were largely peaceful. Just.

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"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WTOP

"68 degrees at the Worf in D. C. 68 Oxen Hill 67 in sterling temperatures to the mid to upper seventies today. It's 11 51. CBS News Special Report A vote to delay the confirmation of Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court has failed motion is not agreed to the business meeting will conclude and we will now move to our first panel. The confirmation hearing today focused a lot on Democratic complaints. Barrett didn't fully answer questions. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, you're asking her questions. About what happens if the president pardons himself. What is she supposed to say? Democrat Amy Klobuchar case coming up right after this election is about the affordable Care act where the administration, the Trump administration has argued. Very clearly that they should throw the whole thing out the affordable care act. So whatever academic discussions you have about severability with the nominee that is the case that they are making CBS News Special Report. I'm Cam E McCormick stay with us for frequent updates throughout the day from the hearings, and you can watch them live w GOP dot com. The Air and Space Museum is excited for Halloween. It's hosting a virtual Siri's of spooky activities called Air and Scare it home. This is the first time we're doing anything online for this event, obviously, but we're really excited. The Smithsonian's Beth Crownover invites you to a cast him contests Mars. Wrigley is our annual sponsor for this event, and so winners will receive candy price packs that will be mailing to them. You can also compete in the pumpkin decorating contest. We do have some stencils that are available on our website, but those were not required. They're just meant to be kind of initial inspiration, and your.

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"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 7 months ago

"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Voluntarily, leaving their jobs on more than 74,000 are taking unpaid leave, preventing even more job cuts. The economy has only recovered about half the 22 million jobs lost during the pandemic. Again. The latest numbers show Jobless claims down 36,000 from the week before. I'm Cam E. McCormick and the US numbers or the U. S. Airline. Job losses are not included in the Labor Department's report from this morning that covers the first time unemployment claims from last week, so tens of thousands of airline workers out of work effective today will be tallied up next week. More than likely flight attendants all across the nation now deal with the stress of losing their jobs. A local flight attendant talks to W. P. Z's Drew Mulholland about not working the dream job. Lexy Ahmad is from East Boston and, like there hasn't been enough stress for flight attendants go into work every day. So it's it's completely changed just the day today on the plane, social distancing on an airplane is not exactly an easy operation tow learn on the fly. But Lexi says most of her co workers just rolled with it all. I don't feel nervous on the day today, like we all wear masks, we all wear gloves. We just take every precaution we possibly can. And here's something you might not think about whether she's in the airport or out in the streets of Austin. She gets some strange looks when in uniforms to some people, I'm walking, talking Corona virus so people haven't been as conversational. Yeah, she gets it. Still kind of sad, though, isn't true Mojo and W. B z Boston's NewsRadio also stock on the water. The CDC is extending a ban on the cruise ship industry of the United States through the end of October. Which, however, is in line with industry standards. Anyway. Some cruise lines overseas have resumed sailing in the recent past, however, let's go to the road and maybe hit the gas pedal. So here's something I thought I'd never say Sammy Hagar is hosting a virtual birthday party and seen seems to not be able to drive 55..

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"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"cam e. mccormick" Discussed on WTOP

"Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Cam E McCormick, heat high winds, wildfires and snow. The West is a complicated weather picture. The town of Maldon in Washington state has been devastated by a wildfire. Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers fires probably Run its course over 15 miles, so far, so devastating most everything it's coming contact with, and fires are raging in California, Here's correspondent Steve Futterman. There are now around two dozen major wildfire is burning all over the state. Fire crews are dealing with incredibly dry conditions. One of the newest fires is the bobcat fired just outside L. A Steve Goldman is an incident commander. Very heavy fuel. It's very dry. We're in drought and in the weather forecast potentially dangerous Santa Ana winds which could make things even worse. Steve Butterman. CBS NEWS Los Angeles Fires two in Colorado, but Snow is in the forecast. KCNC TV meteorologist Laurin Whitney. We have so many winter weather advisories. Winter storm warnings out there Most of our Southern mountain areas you could see anywhere from 8 to 14 inches of snow. I want to emphasize that all of the snow that we could see is not going accumulate. When you go from 100 degrees down to the 30 is the ground is still really, really warm, so we won't see Ah lot of accumulation. The political campaigning stepped up another notch over the Labor Day weekend, President Trump held a news conference at the White House. We're currently witnessing the fastest labor market recovery from.

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