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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"There will be no blue states of red states when we win. Just the United States of America. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden urging unity once he's elected. Not so fast, says the Trump campaign. It's requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits today in Pennsylvania and Michigan, CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti as we prepare for this new batch of lawsuits coming from the Trump campaign. Know that they have a history of alleging fraudulent activity, but not being able to actually prove it. The president also said last night he wanted quote all voting to stop Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. What the president did last night was obviously so disciplined, shocking on many levels, but no, he doesn't have that power. That doesn't mean he won't try Bob Ferguson on Seattle's morning news. Washington State today is reporting a disturbingly high number of new Corona virus cases. We've just learned 1454 cases were reported. This comes is the governor today promised to reveal new strategies for reducing the spike in cases. This is a pandemic were individual decisions are our best hope into some degree. Our last hope in our ability to prevent transmission and those decisions are not necessarily mandated by law. So I intend Teo talk about this more detail tomorrow. Tomorrow's health briefing. Also cover covert testing in schools. Well, starting this week. You can take a cove in 19 test at a clinic in side C. Tak Airport, Cover seven. TV's Lauren Donovan. With that story. Passengers flying through S E a now have the luxury of getting a Cupid 19 tests before they get through. And it is a luxury desk cost $250. But for some visiting relatives over the holidays, it could provide peace of mind. So it may not be for everyone, but it gives an opportunity for folks to have this option. Thie Airport is partnering with Discovery Health, MD. To launch this pilot program, which is available to passengers, both riding in departing. Time for Cairo radio really time traffickers, Tracy Taylor. Hearing about a tree down on a power line, and this is out near 28th Avenue.

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Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount

Tom and Curley

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Trump sues in Pennsylvania, Michigan; asks for Wisconsin recount

"Once he's elected. Not so fast, says the Trump campaign. It's requesting a recount in Wisconsin and filed lawsuits today in Pennsylvania and Michigan, CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti as we prepare for this new batch of lawsuits coming from the Trump campaign. Know that they have a history of alleging fraudulent activity, but not being able to actually prove it. The president also said last night he wanted quote all voting to stop Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson. What the president did last night was obviously so disciplined, shocking on many levels, but no, he doesn't have that power. That doesn't mean he won't try Bob Ferguson on Seattle's morning news. Washington State today is reporting a

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"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

"Team C some last minute hope of possibly turning it Blue. Then he spends the rest of today in western Pennsylvania, ending it at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, alongside Lady Gaga President Trump Campaign's in Pennsylvania to he'll make stops and four other battleground states as well. Last night, he rallied supporters in Opa locka, Florida We have made America safe again. Had we will make America great again. Lot of people have already made up their minds. CBS's Cara Corti or than 94 Million Americans have already voted in this election about 34 million have voted in person, almost 60 million have voted via mail ballots. And speaking of those mail ballots more than 30 million still remain out there in the world. Twitter has just announced it will place labels on tweets from candidates and campaign account. The claim victory in advance of official results. The US who could hit a milestone this week of 100,000 new covert cases in a day, at least 14 states have broken their own single day records over the past few days. Correspondent Adriana de S has more from the Midwest to New York Times analysis looked at the top 20 metro areas with the greatest number of new cases relative to population and 10 were in Wisconsin in two months are seven day average has increased by more than five. Percent. Democratic Governor Tony Evers says he's not considering another lock down. The state's Republican led legislature has challenged his previous public health orders. We should be pulling together instead of pushing apart another concern for the Midwest, dropping temperatures, forcing people indoors, especially during upcoming holiday gatherings. Johnny Depp has lost his libel case against the British tabloid that labeled him a wife beater. Judge found 12 of ex wife Amber Heard's 14 accusations of spousal abuse, too. Be true. That will be a tough finding for Johnny Depp's lawyers to counter thing that his reputation is destroyed. Media lawyer Marc Stevens calls depths decision too soon advised on DH helpful DEP will appeal nevertheless, and also appears intent on pursuing his $50 million libel case against her in a U. S court next year. Vicki Barker CBS NEWS London Struggling with charges of harassment and racism, McDonald is hiring a new chief diversity officer. Job.

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"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

"The hour your home for original reporting. I'm Allison Keys in Washington. That voice those eyes. The world is mourning the passing of Sir Sean Connery, who is dead. At the age of 90, CBS. Mark Phillips. Whatever else Sean Connery did in life will always be remembered for this. I admire your luck, Mr Bond, James Bond. 1960 two's. Dr No was Connery's breakthrough in who was the best James Bond contests He always places at or near the top. Yet he wasn't an obvious choice for the role, merely a cheap one. As he told Steve Kroft on 60 minutes, Ian Fleming wanted Cary Grant or, and then he wanted Trevor Howard, you know Well, their salaries. We're taking care of the budget. Yet Connery became the standard against which all other bonds have been measured. President Trump and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, are barnstorming battleground states in this final weekend before the election. CBS is Cara Corti tells us Biden has a small lead in Florida. Biden doesn't have to win every county. He just has to win Florida voters over on if we begin to see that, in a place like Sumpter, the president is perhaps losing grip on Florida returns. That again is a signal Florida so much of it in a minute, macro and in a micro level. Eyes, a signal for much of the country like 48 other states. Kentucky is seeing a massive uptick in covert 19 cases, Governor Andy Bashir says. It's a dangerous time. This is the time where we need everyone..

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"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

"Okay. Amelia Draper, how you do, and we have some sunshine where I am, And it's pretty Hope you there, Amelia. All right. We'll see if we can track down Amelia here. We You're right about the sunshine. I'm looking out the glass enclosed nerve center window on and yeah, I mean, not but Mostly sunny, but after Ah gloomy day yesterday, and we'll take the sunshine, Absolutely. What temperatures do you have? Yeah. I'm looking at 60, Foreign, Stafford and 62 in Centerville. What else and it's 65 degrees right here in Washington, Sean. All right, C it is 3 51 here on Double d. T. O p, while the U. S Postal Service works to improve delivery, A new report shows a major slowdown here in our area and the second worst on time delivery in the nation. NBC for I team has been tracking the speed of mail delivery for months leading up to the election, and investigative reporter Jodi Fleisher explains what they found in our latest test. NBC investigative teams around the country mailed more than 800 letters. Most that remain local here in the D. M V arrived within three days despite the slowdown. But the I team found that might not be good enough to get your ballot to the elections office in time, particularly if you live in Virginia, where ballots postmarked on Election Day must arrive by noon on Friday in order to be counted, D C and Maryland give Ballots 10 days to arrive What that means for your vote today on news for it for Meantime, if you're voting by mail, the US Postal Service is urging you to get your ballot in the mail by the end of today, no matter what the deadline to get postmarked in your area is, um, election male is handled a little differently than most first class mail gets special tags it at different sorting facilities. For example, the Postal Service also says extra resource is are being allocated to ensure ballots. Air delivered on time The U. S. Supreme Court's conservative majority has delivered a victory to Republicans. It has refused to reinstate a Wisconsin court order that allowed mailing ballots received after Election Day to count. CBS News Campaign reporter Cara Corti is following the case last night Supreme Court enforce the Election Day deadline for mail in ballots regardless of postmark. In response, officials at the Wisconsin Election Commission publicly urged voters to ignore the in place October 29th absentee ballot request deadline because officials there no I know that there's very little chance of a voter's ballot counting if they're not even requesting it until the 29 Last week, Chief Justice John Roberts joined liberals on the court in preserving a similar order in Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. More than a dozen people are under arrest in more than 30. Police officers hurt after overnight protests. The violence broke out after a black man was shot and killed by police yesterday afternoon. Police say 27 year old Walter Wallace refused their order to drop the knife and instead advanced toward them. Video of the incident shows Wallace ignoring the officers and then walking in their direction. A knife is not clearly visible in the video, Wallace's father tells The Philadelphia Inquirer. His son appeared to have been shot 10 times and was taking medicine for his mental health. Both the officers involved were wearing body cameras. They're currently off the street. 3 53 President. Trump apparently wants to host an election night party of his D C hotel. Reports over the past several days say the campaign has been sending fundraising emails hinting at a party. It's unclear how big it would be because of the pandemic, DC is Capt. Mass gatherings and 50 people. So far, the president has sidestepped those rules which don't hold wait on federal property. What's coming up next in money News. Jeff Markets are mixed. Today, they 150 year old newspaper will cease daily publication. I'm Jeff Global 3 54 elevated work from home policy warrants a new approach to cyber risk. I'm naming Cabinet is head of the Empire Carbon black Federal as carbon black is now part of the.

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"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

"The nation's capital. At 1 51. Now you probably won't see this in most of Northern Virginia. But some places it's bring your gun to vote day. The coalition against Gun Violence is bringing guns to polls is irresponsible, but law enforcement says we do have an open carry law and we do have a concealed carry laws. Once you got a permit. Brian Moran, Virginia's secretary of public safety and homeland security guns at schools anywhere in Virginia is illegal. They're also illegal in government buildings in Arlington County, Alexandria, Fairfax County Falls Church, Charlottesville and Richmond, Virginia Citizens Defense League on its website is promoting the event. But warning members to know the law and Moran issues his own polite warning. Beware those laws and have a pleasant safe experience. J. J Green W GOP News The Supreme Court's conservative majority, has delivered a victory to Republicans. It refused yesterday to reinstate a Wisconsin court order that let mail in ballots be received, actually, after election day to be counted. CBS News campaign reporter Cara Corti is following the case last night Supreme Court enforce the Election Day deadline for mail in ballots regardless of postmark. In response, officials at the Wisconsin Election Commission publicly urged voters to ignore the in place October 29th absentee ballot request deadline because officials there know that there's very little chance of a voter's ballot counting if they're not even requesting it until the 29th Last week, Chief Justice John Roberts joined liberals on the court in preserving a similar order in Pennsylvania. Facebook will stop accepting new political ads for a week beginning today, the hill reports. The decision is part of the company's effort to stop the spread of misinformation in the week before Election Day. Politicians and issue groups will be able to continue running previously purchased ads until election day. But as soon as polls close, all political ads will be temporarily taken down for about a week. Facebook and Twitter have both promised to put labels on posts that prematurely claim victory. President. Trump apparently wants to host an election night party at his D C. Hotel reports over the past several days say the campaign has been sending fundraising emails hinting at a party not clear how big it would be because of the pandemic. DC is Capt. Mass gatherings at 50 people. So far, the president has sidestepped those rules which don't hold wait on federal property. Coming up in money news. The markets are mixed so far this afternoon, fewer flights trickles down A DC airports. I've Jeff Global 1.

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"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on WTOP

"Rules for the last two presidential debates against Democrat Joe Biden. But the Trump campaign says that the president will still be there. Tuesdays. Opening debate in Cleveland, of course, quickly turned chaotic, with frequent interruptions by the candidates, particularly President Trump On a call with reporters Thursday, Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller stressed There should not be any changes to what's been agreed Teo and forthcoming matchups between the president and former vice president Joe Biden. But Miller also vowed the president fully plans on participating in the 2nd and 3rd debates in this presidential contact. Obvious news. Political reporter Nicole's conga tonight. 40 experts on election and democracy are imploring Congress to back a bill that would give states more time to tally Election results. Group, which includes research legal election of policy experts, is specifically asking Congress to back a bill Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio, introduced in August. The bill would extend the deadlines for ballot counting an electoral college voting. From mid December early January 2021 obvious news reporter Cara Corti During Tuesday's debate, President Trump told people to go into the polls and watch very carefully. That's raised concerns about voter intimidation. Tonight. The head of a local elections board has a strong response. I'm telling you, our board has zero Zero tolerance for any intimidation or wrongdoing at the Poles. To me, it's a criminal offence, and if that occurs, we will get the law enforcement involved. Jim Salik, president of the Montgomery County Board of Elections, says county police will be patrolling every voting center and Dropbox location. The board's Gilberto's Alia says it is possible to become a poll watcher, but you have to make arrangements in advance. Those individuals Can I just show up? Both men appeared at a virtual county council meeting to provide an update on the election. Michelle Bash w T. O P needs still ahead, something unusual happening with some local ballots. The story ahead. 8 37 years Joma Creo, Federal Channel business manager at Poly on enhancing the work from home experience for federal employees sponsored by Polly. I think the key, especially in a remote environment is engagement. Employees need to be engaged. They need to be talking. And if the subject matter isn't relevant for them. The right person for the meeting. I think those are things that have to be looked at, as well as keeping that regular Caden Stone with meetings. I think a lot of this is just good business practice. Listen to the entire discussion on federal news Network search Polly for the foreseeable future, where and how.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"cara corti" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"CBS is Nicole's Gar reports that Mr Trump's campaign says he will still a 10 on a call with reporters Thursday, Trump campaign senior advisor Jason Miller stressed There should not be any changes to what's been agreed Teo and forthcoming matchups between the president and former vice president Joe Biden. But Miller also vowed the president fully plans on participating in the 2nd and 3rd debates. In this presidential contest. The next debate is scheduled for October. 15th, a group of 40 experts on elections and democracy, is asking Congress to support a bill that would give states more time to tally election results, The letter reads. Quote. Congress should not wait for a crisis to emerge but should preempt the crisis by legislating in advance at CBS is Cara Corti reporting with the election fewer than five weeks away. Now the biting campaigns ramping up its in person contact with voters. Here's the AP Sagar Mahogany. For months, the campaign's avoided direct contact because of the pandemic, focusing instead on reaching voters on the phone and online. But this weekend it will start knocking on doors in battleground states amid growing concern from Democratic officials that bite and seated a key advantage to the Trump campaign, which has been aggressively courting voters in person. For months. The Biden volunteers will wear protective gear, including masks, the campaign says it will send text messages telling voters to expect a knock at the door before hand. Soccer Megane Washington. Meantime, President Trump cancels a planned appearance in Western MISC. Wisconsin made calls from the city's mayor and state's governor, both Democrats that he not hold a rally amid a surgeon covert cases there. A spokeswoman for lacrosse Mayor Tim Cabot announced today they'd received word the Air Force One was no longer coming to the city. So we're assuming In their words. The Trump campaign has changed its plan and is not coming to lacrosse grasses. Airport manager said The president cancel the rally because the airport's least didn't allow for such an event to be held. Their House speaker Nancy Pelosi, is accusing the president and Senate Republicans of rushing the Supreme Court confirmation process in order to overturn the affordable care act, also known as Obamacare. That means No more benefit. For if you have a pre existing medical condition that means eliminate the preventive care and free exam every year. During capital briefings, close, E says. Pelosi says the high court hears arguments on Obama care shortly after the election. The president's nomination for the court is conservative Federal Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. And more on the president's Supreme Court pick. The White House says that the president's clear he would never ask Amy Cockney Barrett to prejudge a case when asked about whether Roe v. Wade was on the ballot. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says Barrett will always put the law above her personal convictions. McEnaney says Congress should follow the Ginsburg rule and not pose questions to the nominee on how they may vote on any given case Thie president will appear remotely at the New York Archdioceses all virtual Al Smith fundraising dinner tonight. The archdiocese says it also hopes former Vice President Joe Biden will take part in the 75th annual fundraiser Dale Smith. Dinner is the biggest fund raiser for the archdiocese. And in years past, they've been able to get both the Democrat and Republican candidates for president to sit on the same day as the president appears remotely after a round table with supporters at his Bedminster, New Jersey golf Resort. That's Lisa Glassberg reporting. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on an overseas trip right now, but his attempts to meet with one world leader have been rejected. During the European leg of his trip. Pompeo had requested an audience with the pope, the Vatican says, however, request denied, with a Vatican spokesman, saying the pope does not receive politicians. During an election period. There may be more to the rejection, however, after Pompeo said the Catholic Church was risking its moral authority by renewing an agreement with China. The Vatican accused Pompeo of trying to use the issue to attract voters support that's correspondent bills him for reporting a new analysis of the nation's arch diocese supports a lack of standards to properly prevents sex abuse among the clergy. CBS's Wendy Gillette has the story. A two year investigation by the group Child Yusa shows policies adopted by Roman Catholic leaders to prevent sexual abuse of Children are inconsistent and incomplete. The organization is calling for mortgage tailed standards across the country. But the U. S conference of Catholic Bishops as states and local jurisdictions have different reporting requirements and a one size fits all approach is less effective. Wendy Gillette CBS News It's 7 51. Countdown.

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