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"D. C. Metro area medical centers 12 41. Now the FBI has arrested a woman whose former romantic partner says she took part took a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office during the capital riots. CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge has details of capital Rioter Riley, June Williams In this particular case, it talks about a witness coming forward to the FBI and it states. The witness claimed Williams intended to send the computer device to a friend in Russia. Who then plan to sell the device to the SVR. This is the Russian Foreign intelligence agency, and according to the witness, the transfer of the computer device to Russia fell through for unknown reasons, and Williams still had the computer device or had destroyed it. Williams, now charged with entering a restricted building without lawful authority, violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. Meantime, in Loudoun County today, there could be more political pressure for the resignation of state delegate Dave LaRock. The Loudon County Board of Supervisors is set to vote on a resolution demanding the resignation of Dave LaRock, who represents part of Loudon County. It says low Rock has continued to make false allegations about the fairness of the election. Iraq tells wtl PVs Amazed that loud and supervisors hate what he and other conservative stand for so much that they use county resource is to engage in a political witch hunt. Iraq says supervisors who support the resolution should resign near log unstained w T O P knows also in Leesburg. Ugly graffiti promoting white supremacy has been found here in elementary school. The slogan Revolution is tradition followed by Patriot Front. I'd us was painted on the bridge behind Frederick Douglas Elementary School in Leesburg, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Patriot Front is a white nationalist hate group that formed in the aftermath. The deadly unite the right rally in Charlottesville allowed in times reports the graffiti is easily seen from the popular W Oh Indy trail. This follows KKK fliers being left in driveways and Leesburg and other parts of Loudon County. Over the weekend. Kyle Cooper w T O P. News We'll get the latest on what could be a new general manager headed to the Washington football team. 12 44. Joy. Thanks. He order breakfast at the McDonald's drive through. Tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work, but it's most way.
Authorities Arrest Riley Williams, Pennsylvania Woman Accused Of Stealing Nancy Pelosi’s Laptop During Capitol Attack
"Of Pennsylvania woman wanted in connection with the assault on the U. S capitol and who is accused of having taken a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office is now in FBI custody. CBS is Catherine Herridge says It's just one of many arrests after the Capitol mob attacked Jonathan Crowley, former U. S Marine and Jessica Watkins, an Army veteran, turned themselves into authorities. The FBI said Watkins Group is affiliated with the oath Keepers. Militia members are known to wear a distinctive clothing patch, and both suspects apparently sported the patches during the riot. As the investigation accelerates. CBS News is told to expect more arrests as investigators focus on questions of coordination and premeditation. When
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"That he had common cause with those individuals or that he supported what they did meantime, or of those people are getting arrested here. CBS is Catherine Herridge Donovan Crowl, a former U. S. Marine, and Jessica Watkins, an Army veteran, turned themselves into it. Authorities, the FBI said Watkins Group is affiliated with the oath Keepers. Militia members are known to wear a distinctive clothing patch, and both suspects apparently sported the patches during the riot. As the investigation accelerates. CBS News is told to expect more arrests as investigators focus on questions of coordination and premeditation. So how safe will tomorrow's ceremonies be? CBS is Norah O'Donnell spoke with the Senators in charge of the inauguration. Democrat Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and Republican Roy Blunt of Missouri. I think we're going to project to the world exactly. The message we want to at this very spot where so many bad things happen two weeks ago..
Authorities Arrest Pennsylvania Woman Accused Of Stealing Nancy Pelosi’s Laptop During Capitol Attack In Washington, DC
"Riley Williams of Pennsylvania woman wanted in connection with the assault on the U. S capitol and who is accused of having taken a laptop from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office is now in FBI custody. CBS is Catherine Herridge says It's just one of many arrests after the Capitol mob attack. Donovan Crowl, a former U. S. Marine, and Jessica Watkins, an Army veteran, turned themselves into authorities. The FBI said Watkins Group is affiliated with the oath Keepers. Militia members are known to wear a distinctive clothing patch in both suspects apparently supported the patches during the riot. As the investigation accelerates. CBS News is told to expect more arrests as investigators focus on questions of coordination and premeditation.
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"Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The country gets a new president tomorrow and Washington is getting ready. Republican Senator Roy Blunt is one of the organizer's, he tells CBS news. Think we're going to project to the world exactly? The message We want to at this very spot where so many bad things happen two weeks ago. I think the world's going to see the Constitution and the democracy of our country work. The FBI says extremists linked to the conspiracy group Cuban on have been talking online about posing as National Guard members for the inauguration. More than 20,000 troops are patrolling a tightly controlled security zone right now. Arrest still being made in the attack on the capital, among them, a 22 year old woman from Pennsylvania. CBS is Catherine Herridge, according to FBI records. A witness alleged the rally June Williams stole Speaker Pelosi's computer and intended to send it to a friend in Russia, who then plan to sell the device to Russian intelligence. The Senate takes up five of President elect Biden's Cabinet picks today, CBS is Cappie McCormick nominees to head the State Department, the Pentagon, Homeland Security and the intelligence community will all appear. Year before lawmakers they're unlikely to be confirmed by Inauguration Day. But it could be just days from Lloyd Austin, the retired general to lead the Pentagon. That will also mean a waiver from Congress because he has only been out of uniform four years. The last retired general to receive that waiver was James Mattis. President Trump is expected to spend some of his last day in office pardoning dozens of people. Viola laws. Jessica Levinson, presidents were both Democrats and Republicans do use the pardon power, too. Reward loyalists to reward friends to thank people who have been good to that. Among those expected to be on the list rapper Lil Wayne, but not the president himself. President elect Biden will participate in an event paying tribute to victims of the coronavirus. Today,.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The right lane. Here's what you need to know about the bridges and the tunnels. No issues at the Holland of the Lincoln, the George nice and quiet traffic and transit, every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Rebecca Bizarro Song 10. 10 Wins Wins News Time 102 Will the nation is on edge after threats of possible violence in the capital cities around the nation ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration Wednesday, authorities have reportedly gotten wind of plans for Armed protests in all 50 states between now and the swearing in of President elect Biden Wednesday Here's correspondent Catherine Herridge, a New York Police Department intelligence report, obtained by CBS News draws heavily on Social media. And indicates a threat of violence to state capitals as early as the 17 the intelligence report warns domestic extremists, including individuals, motivated by extreme right disinformation, and conspiracy theories, will continue to pose a significant threat in the days leading up to the inauguration. Wants law enforcement to exercise increased vigilance and government buildings and critical infrastructure. In Washington. There was reportedly an arrest at a police checkpoint downtown. Friday night. CNN reports of Virginia Man named Westley Beehler tried to get past officers with fake inauguration credentials. Cops later found a loaded handgun and more than 500 rounds of ammunition in his pickup truck. Meanwhile, the National Mall has been closed off ahead of the inauguration, and Americans are being asked to stay home. The Pentagon has activated at least 25,000 National Guard troops. The Illinois congressman Adam Kinzinger, has no issue with the massive security president 25,000 troops. It seems like overkill. But given the threat, I'd much rather be in a place of overkill, then have under predicted what the real threat is. Kinzinger is one of the 10 House Republicans who voted in favor of impeaching President Trump last week. Meanwhile, new details now About the inauguration ceremony for the incoming vice president as correspondent Alex Stone report When Vice president elect Kamila Harris takes the oath, the history will be not only in her becoming vice president, but in the details shall be sworn in by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the first Latina Supreme Court justice and shall be sworn in using two Bibles, one that was used by the first African American on the Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. Justice. Marshall was a graduate of the law school at Howard University, of course. Kamila Harris is all my mater. House Democrats have now opened an investigation into security failures at the Capitol. This following reports that Capitol police New Congress might be targeted by domestic extremists. Four House committees announced a joint probe Saturday. They want to know why federal authorities didn't act after evidence that domestic extremists might be planning violence on the day Congress was meeting to certify election results. The Washington Post reports that Capitol Police sent a memo three days before the attack. Cautioning desperate pro Trump supporters might see January 6th as their last chance to overturn the president's election. Lost was, of course, could not happen. Meanwhile, some People facing charges after the insurrection now claim President Trump owes them apart and because they were only following his orders. Expect General Ryan, the Texas realtor accused of taking part in the riot now publicly asking for a pardon, telling station K T V T. She was just following President Trump May. Personally I do not feel a sense of shame or guilt from my heart from what I was doing. I thought I was following my president. I thought I was following what we were called to do that defense.
Fresh update on "catherine herridge" discussed on Steve Scott
"Two weeks ago. I think the world's going to see the Constitution and the democracy of our country work. The FBI says extremists linked to the conspiracy group Cuban on have been talking online about posing as National Guard members for the inauguration. More than 20,000 troops are patrolling a tightly controlled security zone right now. Arrest still being made in the attack on the capital, among them, a 22 year old woman from Pennsylvania. CBS is Catherine Herridge, according to FBI records. A witness alleged the rally June Williams stole Speaker Pelosi's computer and intended to send it to a friend in Russia, who then playing to sell the device to Russian intelligence. The Senate takes up five of President elect Biden's Cabinet picks today, CBS is Cappie McCormick nominees to head the State Department, the Pentagon, Homeland Security and the intelligence community will all appear. Before lawmakers they're unlikely to be confirmed by Inauguration Day. But it could be just days from Lloyd Austin, the retired general to lead the Pentagon. That will also mean a waiver from Congress because he has only been out of uniform four years. The last retired general to receive that waiver was James Mattis. President Trump is expected to spend some of his last day in office, pardoning dozens of people loyal. The law's Jessica Levinson, presidents who are both Democrats and Republicans do use the pardon power, too. Reward loyalists to reward friends to think people who have been good to them. Among those expected to be on the list rapper Lil Wayne, but not the president himself. President elect Biden will participate in an event paying tribute to victims of the coronavirus. Today,.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mayor de Blasio warns New York City will run out of covered vaccine next week. If the feds don't wrap up the supply the city is getting to President. Trump's impeachment trial is likely to begin after Joe Biden's inauguration next week. Says Republican leader Mitch McConnell tells senators. Their decision on whether or not to convict Trump over the Capitol riot will be a vote of conscience and three federal prosecutors, who initially said there was strong evidence. The pro trump mob aimed to capture and assassinate elected officials are now backing away from that allegation. But the FBI is still warning of more chatter about armed protest to come. CBS is Catherine Herridge spoke about this with our Michael Wallace. This isn't just in Washington. Based on our reporting. There is a lot of threat information that extends beyond Washington to state capitals. Federal buildings. I've been doing this for two decades, and I was speaking with longtime intelligence contact in recent days. Who said Washington is going to be hardened target very difficult to penetrate, which raised their concern that the more likely scenario is that if there is violence, it would be outside the Washington area, perhaps in a state capital or a regional instead of offices. No, Catherine, you're reporting that there's a lot of concern that some of the rioters last week we're using military style tactics. A senior law enforcement official told CBS News that A top to your priority. For them is the identification of individuals who are using military style tactics as they moved through the crowd. I was told that there was evidence of individuals using hand signals to communicate. And these are tactics that are trained to law enforcement into the military toe operate in hostile environments or unknown environment. So, for example, you're clearing a room in Afghanistan. What you do is you connect with your buddies bites, tapping on their shoulders or holding their backpacks so that you move in a unit. Let's say you're gonna stop one path to stop to two taps says We're going to proceed a tap the right shoulders. We're going right now, so it's a way to communicate. Violently and there is evidence Some of these groups were taking on these tactics, so they want to know who these people are what their backgrounds are. And why? What were they doing? Like what objective? Where they speaking on the Capitol and did they commit acts of violence once they breached the building? CBS News correspondent Catherine Herridge. Good information. Thank you, Catherine. Of course. Thanks for having me. Yes. Now 11, 48 and WCBS time for traffic.
Fresh update on "catherine herridge" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Of surgery and critical but stable condition and expected to survive cement the leap in 10, 10 wins and Fordham manner the Bronx boy's father identified his rage on Grant has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon and endangering the welfare of a child. Wins news time for all three more arrests connected with the insurrection is Ryan of the capital, including three more local suspects. Nicholas Moncada is mistake was allegedly the Livestream his activities inside the capital in the 20 year old identified by fellow students and faculty at the Fashion Institute of Technology. And picked up by the FBI and his Staten Island home. Retired F D. N y Firefighter Thomas Fee of Freeport also charged Now he allegedly sent a selfie from the Capitol Rotunda bragging he was at the tip of the spear. Colts neck resident Timothy Hail Cucinelli. It was loose lips that sank his ship, the military contractor and Army reservist bragged to an informant about his role, encouraging the mob inside the Capitol, allegedly saying with more men They could have taken over the entire building. Al Jones 10 10 wins news. You know, the feds have also tracked down a young woman who reportedly breached the capital located and took a laptop computer from the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. And may have had plans to sell it to Russian agents more from correspondent Catherine Herridge. Some of the information is really frankly a little mind blowing in this particular case. It talks about a witness coming forward to the FBI. And it states. The witness claimed Williams intended to send the computer device to a friend in Russia, who then playing to sell the device to the SVR. This is the Russian Foreign intelligence agency, and, according to the witness, the transfer of the computer device to Russia fell through for unknown reasons, and Williams still had the computer device or had destroyed it. Riley, June Williams of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, has been located by the feds. She's been taken into custody. Security lockdown in Washington ahead of Wednesday's inauguration correspondent Alex Stone has been out about on the streets near the White House pretty quiet compared to his usual beat in L. A. The infrastructure set up here is definitely ready for large crowds or big metal fences and gates all around the White House, the Capitol in the National Mall, But there's just nobody out here. A lot of troops walking around a lot of federal agents walking around It is cold. It is windy. Some folks who are kind of moseying about in taking pictures, But as of right now, that's about it. What is it the calm before the storm. People who monitor extremism online say Don't be misled by the lack of action at state capitals over the weekend. The threat of more violence remains very real. Following the deadly right at the Capitol. This terrorism investigation is hitting close to home. John Hudak is senior fellow with the Brookings Institution. We're talking about online shatter. We're talking about the dark Web. We're talking about efforts to commit violence against the United States and its institutions into assassinate members of the government. Kodak says There's no difference between supporters of President Trump and Al Qaeda and Isis their domestic terrorists, and they're not going to hang up their guns in their M O vests on January 20th more than 20,000 National Guard troops are being dispatched across the capital to bolster security. Ed Donahue, Washington Donald Trump said to leave the White House and fly to his new home in Florida. His old home at Trump Tower will be going back to what was once normal. The police presence blockades, communication centers and street closures will be taken down bit by bit. NYPD says Trump Properties in the city will continue to have a robust police presence. But Like we've seen over the last four years. 35 degrees. Mostly cloudy, going up to 43 Midtown later today wins news Time for 06. Feds Operation Warp Speed Covert vaccine distribution has slowed to a crawl. Governor Cuomo now looking to cut out the middleman. When I asked the governor last week whether he could sidestep the federal government to get more vaccines for New York State, he told me, Julian, I've tried everything. But today he decided to look into it. I sent the president and chairman Mr Borland Dr Barlow, a letter asking if New York could buy directly from Fizer. And while he awaits the response, he sent another letter to Health and human services Secretary A's are calling his handling of the vaccine, negligent and damaging. He says the feds are reducing the supply and it would take seven months before all eligible New Yorkers could get it. Juliet, Papa 10. 10 wins news. As the nation prepares to pass 400,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths. Trouble in the West California has become the first state to reach three million known Corona virus infections. The Golden State reached the grim milestone Monday in the tally by Johns Hopkins University. Alarmingly, California only reached two million caseloads on December 24th. It took 292 days for California to go from its first coronavirus case last January. 25th One million infections on November 11th. But it took just 44 days to top two million On average. California has seen about 500 deaths and 40,000 new cases daily for the past two weeks. I Mike Rossia. Means news. Time for a weight. We're learning more about what to expect on the first day of the Joe Biden presidency, details from correspondent Mary Bruce fight and expected to sign roughly a dozen executive orders undoing some of Donald Trump's most controversial moves. You will immediately rejoin the Paris climate accord reportedly canceled the Keystone pipeline and will reverse the so called Muslim travel ban and take the first step in his fight against Cove it mandating masks on federal lands and extending the paws of student loan payments. But Biden's big ticket items like that massive $1.9 trillion stimulus plan will require congressional approval. President elect also expected to roll back restrictive sexual and reproductive health policies set in place by the Trump administration. Listen tomorrow for a complete coverage of the presidential.
Intel warning of possible nationwide attacks as D.C. locks down
"Director called a concerning level of chatter, a joint Federal intelligence bulletin warns the attack on the capital could be a significant driver of violence for armed militia groups and racist extremists who may wish to disrupt next week's inauguration. The bulletin viewed by CBS News, senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge. Warned law enforcement nationwide to be on high alert for potential attacks on state capitals, Federal buildings, businesses, even homes of lawmakers. Law enforcement has multiple concerns is certainly the militia groups Thank you and on proud boys, but there is also a concern for that long wolf. The Secret Service is considering closing the entire National Mall for the inauguration, a space usually open to hundreds of thousands who gathered to watch the ceremony. Much of Washington's business district is already locked down with roads closed to traffic. And the number of national Guard troops deployed to D. C could potentially pass 20,000 deceive Ning Vice President Mike Pence, attended an inauguration security briefing at FEMA headquarters. Anybody who blocks her and have its violence in the coming week should count on a visit Some lawmakers air so concerned they're changing their schedules and buying bulletproof vests. Our expectation is that someone would try to kill us. But it's not just D. C. There's alarm coast to coast. The messaging couldn't be clearer that there is ongoing discussions about attacks on government at all levels. And that we have to be in a heightened state of awareness heightened state of deployment the entire LAPD. Nearly 10,000 officers have been told starting Monday to be in uniform through the inauguration. Michigan, Ohio, Oregon and Wisconsin among the states now using the National Guard to help protect state capitals. All 56 FBI field offices have set up a command post. Other federal agencies have told all of their officers to be on standby, and the U. S Marshal Service is planning to deputize 3 to 4000 local police officers from across the country to help with the inauguration here in Washington, Nora
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Correspondent Catherine Herridge has more to viable 12 inch metal pipe bombs found Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next level. The pipe bomb is designed to kill her main Scott switch. Oh is a former A TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly if it's made Out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with. These two devices are law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS shows both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. What did these devices tell us about coordination and possible premeditation? It takes quite a bit of time to manufacture devices like these. It's not something that you're just going toe. Throw together in a few minutes in your garage. The flags in the capital are still at half staff in honor of U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died on Thursday from injuries he sustained in the right, the 42 year old New Jersey native who served in Iraq. Only to be killed defending the capital. Prosecutors say the people arrested are facing charges ranging from assaulting officers to stealing federal property and threatening lawmakers. Wilson Good news in Delaware. No more 10 o'clock curfew for bars and restaurants and winter sports or back to escape would abuse Andrew Kramer tells us that's a decision. Health officials were really wrestling with for quite a while. Even though Governor Carney says there weren't any major problems with false sports in Delaware, winter sports is another matter. It's indoors, close contact, basketball and wrestling in particular, so he and health officials have been grappling with whether or not to allow competition again. A big reason for the uncertainty. These club tournament sports were didn't go so well. Outside of the competition itself. We had issues with respect to parents and Spectators that followed the Children into these tournaments on the like, Not just here in Delaware, but states around us. The new rule is only one person can accompany an athlete to a game. That person is not included in the 30% capacity limit for indoor sports. Who is included in that our players, coaches and staff. No additional Spectators are allowed. The division of public Health can also end team activity of that team goes against state orders or too many athletes on the team have co vid Andrew Kramer K wouldn't be news radio..
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Wednesday at the Democratic and Republican National Committee headquarters near the capital are described by law enforcement as taking their probe to the next life. Well, the pipe bomb is designed to kill her main Scott Sweet Joe is a former A TF and FBI explosives expert, particularly if it's made out of metal, which is what the construction appears to be with these two devices. Ah law enforcement analysis reviewed by CBS She was both devices used mechanical timers and contained unknown powder. What did these devices tell us about coordination and Possible premeditation. It takes quite a bit of time to manufacture devices like these. It's not something that you're just going to throw together in a few minutes in your garage. The flags in the capital are still at half staff in honor of U. S. Capitol Police officer Brian Sick Nick, who died on Thursday from injuries he sustained in the right, the 42 year old New Jersey native who served in Iraq. Only to be killed defending the capital. Catherine Herridge reporting. Prosecutors say that the people arrested are facing charges ranging from assaulting officers to ceiling federal property and threatening lawmakers. Well good news in Delaware. No more 10 o'clock curfew for bars and restaurants and winter sports. Are back to ask you what abuse Andrew Kramer tells us that the decision health officials were wrestling with for a while, even though Governor Carney says there weren't any major problems with false sports in Delaware, winter sports is another matter. It's indoors. Close contact Best bond wrestling in particular. So he and health officials have been grappling with whether or not to allow competition again. A big reason for the uncertainty. These club tournament sports were didn't go so well outside of the competition itself. We had issues with respect. Two parents and Spectators that followed the Children into these tournaments on the like, Not just here in Delaware, but states around us. The new rule is only one person can accompany an athlete to a game. That person is not included in the 30% capacity limit for indoor sports who is included in that our players, coaches and staff. No additional Spectators are allowed. The division of public Health can also end team activity of that team goes against state orders or too many athletes on the team. Have co vid Andrew Kramer. Kid wouldn't be news, radio and end in sight. The latest on the covert vaccine will come of it continues to ravage the country, and we're still seeing a record number of cases and deaths and as the U. S works.
Proud Boys' leader Enrique Tarrio arrested in Washington DC
"Of the proud boys arrested in the nation's capital, accused of burning a banner that was torn down from a historic black church in D. C. Last month. CBS is Catherine Herridge at the time of his arrest, the proud Boys leader Enrique editorial had to high capacity firearm magazines. Source familiar with the case tell CBS News of felony charge for possession could also warned a stay away order from the district chariots arrest comes ahead of protests of Wednesday's congressional Electoral College vote
Trump stuns with 15 high-profile pardons
"With less than a month to go. The pardons from the president are beginning Mr Trump, handing them out to former Congressman Duncan Hunter and Chris Collins and as our Catherine Herridge reports, two people who were convicted is part of the rush investigation. The pardons include two men who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Both George Papadopoulos, a campaign foreign policy adviser. And Alexander Vander Swan, a Dutch lawyer served minimal jail time. In the announcement, the White House seemed to minimize their convictions, calling them process
Russian cyber attack against US: Worst may be yet to come, experts fear
"Is the leading suspect in a widespread and sophisticated attack on sensitive government computer systems. Now, cyber security experts are scrambling to limit the damage. Has Congress demands answers here? CBS is Catherine Herridge. Sources tell CBS News. The Hank is believed to be the largest cyber espionage campaign in U. S history, and it's not over. This was really an attack of massive scale, Microsoft's president told us today. The hacks pans at least eight countries with 80% of the targets in the U. S. Including many of the company's clients. This attack is still taking place. The industry is scrambling people in government are scrambling to get it under control. But it's not under control yet among the concerns that the breach of the Treasury Department may have exposed taxpayer information. What's the impact? The impact is extraordinary. Any information of yours you may have been compromised from by very sophisticated Attackers. Officials say The tactics are similar to other large scale attacks blamed on Russia. But investigators can't rule out other foreign adversaries. Are we gonna learn that the hack was even bigger than we know right now? Well, we should assume that the number of victims is going to increase. This is a bit like a natural disaster Sources say the hackers could have roam free in unclassified systems and impersonated high level officials seeking classified information. Catherine here. CBS NEWS Washington
U.S. officials call government hack a "grave risk"
"Critical federal infrastructure in at least seven government agencies more from CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge a sobering warning from senior cyber security officials. Hackers believed to be linked to Russian intelligence are now feared to be deep inside American infrastructure network's and across government agencies. U. S officials call the heck highly complex and a grave risk. CBS News has been told that President Trump has
Potentially major hack of government agencies disclosed
"We're following today, Federal government agencies have been ordered to thoroughly check their networks from now wear after the discovery of a sophisticated hack of major branches of the U. S government. Still uncertain who's responsible for the hack, but many suspect it is from a Russian operative. For more we turn to the KCBS Ring Central News Line and talk with Catherine Herridge, CBS News, senior investigative correspondent in Washington, D. C. Catherine. Thanks for joining us. There are a lot of moving parts to this story. We're hearing a great deal today, for example, about solar winds software and a cyber security firm called Fire. I How did they factor into all this? The solar wind is a data management program, according to a government filing by the firm Today they have 300,000 customers and about 18,000 or potentially Affected by this cyber breach, and many of them are government agencies, as well as major corporations, and the data points suggest That a cyber breach was the major cyber security firm. Fireeye was completed by the same group that is behind this hack into the government agencies and the important thing here. His timing, based on records that were filed by the company today, it looks like the breach occurred as early as March of this year. What were the hackers after? What was the purpose? So far, we've seen no indications the classified information was compromised. But it does appear that they got access. To emails planning documents. So this speaks to the strategy and the longer term planning and what they call executive deliberations within government agencies. So for Russians if that's his, ultimately behind the hack This gives them a national security advantage because they know what policies the U. S government is pursuing. Hack like this. Is it possible to trace it back to a Russian operative or we're not likely to know. Well, The Russians are very good at this. And the cyber experts we spoke to today at CBS News talked about an uptick and the aggressive nature in their cyber attacks. Throughout 2020. What's important is that the Russians see this as a way to level the playing field. They can't compete militarily with the United States, they cannot compete economically with the United States. But they're very good at espionage, and there's a tremendous advantage to understanding what the U. S government's long term intentions and strategies are The Russians are very good at covering their tracks, but we're also very good at uncovering the data and the clues they leave behind and everyone we spoke to today. It has the hallmarks of Russian intelligence. Well, thank
U.S. Commerce Department confirms security "breach"
"Thank you. And tonight, security experts are scrambling to assess the damage after hackers breach sensitive government and corporate computer systems. The intrusion went undetected for months. We get more from Sirius is Catherine Herridge. CBS News has learned. The breach is so large investigators aren't sure yet how many government agencies may have been compromised. Preliminary evidence points to Vladimir Putin's government is being behind the attack. Does this hack have the signature of Russian intelligence? This definitely looks like the Russians. It was skillful. It was targeted. It was advanced. The cyber espionage campaign breached secure networks at the Treasury and commerce departments and possibly Homeland security as part of a month long effort to infiltrate US agencies and private businesses. The hackers exploited solar winds, a software program used to monitor computer networks, potentially affecting 18,000 companies and government agencies. This March, Hackers latched onto a security update to burrow in Chris Crabs fired last month as the head of the government Cyber Security Agency called it AH, pretty large scale hack. What makes this cyber attack stand out is the breath and the depth depth of the attack, which means that they could get into their email. They could see the type of data that those individuals had access to the hackers are said to be the Russian affiliated group known as Cozy Bear. Which stands accused of breaching Democratic Party computer data in attacks tied to the 2016 election and more recently trying to steal Cove in 19 vaccine research. What does the U. S government need to Diogo? To deter Russia. We're going to need to push back a lot harder, and that probably means some kind of cyber warfare. Tonight. Government officials tell CBS News the Defense Department is evaluating the impact on its networks and cyber command could soon issue in order to
U.S. Hospitals Warned Of Increasing Ransomware Attacks
"Of warning has been issued by the FBI about an imminent ransomware attack on hundreds of hospitals across the U. S. CBS News correspondent Catherine Herridge reports that the cyber thieves or unleashing a wave of data scrambling extortion attempts to try to lock up some hospital info. Federal authorities said the attacks could disrupt services by using ransomware. That shuts down information systems by scrambling data that can only be unlocked with software keys after a ransom is paid. A Russian speaking criminal gang is blamed And while the analysis is ongoing, there were no immediate signs. The criminals were motivated by anything but profit and a desire to sow chaos, the report says. At least five hospitals have been hit this week and looking at the attacks. They seem to be happening in other states, The closest being Oregon No mention of California
Trump campaign site "defaced" in apparent hack
"Campaign was hacked today correspondent Katherine Howard says the campaign is working with law enforcement to figure out the source for a brief period. The Trump campaign website carried logos mimicking the FBI and just department seals. The text that included several spelling and grammar mistakes, accused the Trump campaign of spreading fake news. A campaign spokesman said. Law enforcement authorities are investigating. Catherine Herridge. CBS NEWS
Sen. Ron Johnson presses Wray on validity of Hunter Biden laptop claim
"Is criticizing decisions by social media companies to block lengths to a New York Post report about Joe Biden, son. Tabloid alleges there is evidence on a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden that he introduced the former vice president to a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm. CBS's Catherine Herridge has more Republican Senator Ron Johnson tells the FBI director. His committee has an obligation to validate and verify information about the hard drive. After it was brought to his death. One of the central questions goes to the authenticity of the data. Whether the records were hacked or there's evidence of a broader campaign to interfere in the U. S election, CBS News has learned. The FBI is looking into whether the information found on the hard drive may be part of a Russian disinformation campaign.
Steele Dossier sub-source was subject of FBI counterintelligence probe
"Security threat and the F B. I knew it. This from CBS's Catherine Herridge. The primary sub source for the steel dossier was deemed the possible national security threat, the subject of a 2009 FBI counterintelligence probe. These facts were known to cross fire Hurricane In December. 2016 They knew that the dossier was bunk and the sub source where Christopher Steele was getting. His information was also bunk, and they went with it. It is a major story over at the federalist text messages. Between FBI agents so that they were purchasing liability insurance. Based on what they were being asked to do and what they were doing in regards to people like Michael Flynn and the investigation. One text message saying we all went and purchase professional liability insurance. And then it was holy crap and agent responded all the animals, too. Yep, the first agent said, all the folks at the agency as well. Can I ask who are the most likely litigators? An agent responded as Faras potentially soon y'all Response was Ha, Who knows? I think the concern when we got it was that there was a big leak and D at DOJ and The New York Times, among others was going to do a piece. And the mainstream national media will not pay attention. The story. This story must be paid
Former C.I.A. officer charged with spying for China since 2001
"CIA and FBI employee has been charged with spying for China since 2001. CBS's Catherine Herridge says the 63 year old was living in Honolulu when she'd been passing along U. S intelligence to the Chinese government for money. There was evidence in this case of financial weakness that this individual was open to working with Chinese intelligence along with a relative. To the tune of tens of thousands of dollars. And the allegation is the Alexander MMA provided what amounted to the crown jewels for the US intelligence community. How the CIA operates the type of missions they take, how they recruit assets and the identities even of CIA officers, so it's very difficult. To gauge how much damage was done.
Former FBI Lawyer To Plead Guilty In Trump Campaign Probe
"The investigators in the Russia probe is resulting in a prosecution. His attorney says Former FBI lawyer Kevin Kline Smith will plead guilty to making a full statement altering an email about a former Trump campaign adviser who was targeted for surveillance. CBS's Catherine Herridge the fact that a former FBI attorney intends to plead guilty as part of a criminal investigation. Is a very important data point because it's another signal that the Durham investigation has entered its final phase plans are shaping
Trump administration sues over new Bolton book, claiming it contains classified information
"The U. S. government asked a federal judge today in oral arguments to block the release of former national security adviser John Bolton's book claiming it contains classified information CBS is Catherine Herridge reports Bowen's attorney argued the book had already passed a White House review before concerns were raised by the trump administration Bolton's lawyers argued that on the issue of classified information the first time they ever heard that there was highly sensitive information in the manuscript was during a second classified review and they call that quote a political review insinuating that the administration did the review to find information and classified after the fact to frustrate the publication of Bolton's
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort released to home confinement amid coronavirus concerns
"CBS is Catherine Herridge tells us concerns about the coronavirus have prompted the prison release of a big name the lawyer for the former trump campaign chairman confirmed to CBS news that Paul Manafort was released to home confinement where he will serve the rest of his sentence for a bank and tax fraud in mid April Manafort's legal team made the request to the bureau of prisons citing the threat of covert nineteen as well as the seventy one year old poor health including multiple pre existing
U.S. moves to drop case against Trump ex-adviser Flynn, who admitted lying to FBI
"Development this week in the justice department they're dropping the criminal case against president trump's first national security adviser Michael Flynn following abandons a prosecution that became a rallying cry for the president and his supporters in attacking the F. B. I.'s trump Russia investigation prosecutors say that Flynn had lied to the FBI about his conversations with Russian ambassador in a January twenty seventeen interview one pleaded guilty he walked raider and Robert Muller's investigation of the president but then withdrew that guilty plea president trump demanded accountability what they've done is a disgrace and I hope the big price is going to be paying a big price should be paid there's never been anything like this in the history of our country CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge is covering there was a filing by the justice department and it was based in part on new evidence that came to light as part of this independent review by the U. S.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Just eighty million dollar, Mark. It's past joining us now Byron York of the Washington Examiner and Byron has been barren has been not only. Well, he's one of my favorite guests on terrestrial radio for all these years almost two decades seventeen and a half years. But also on my first television show on MSNBC and all these years later, we're still friends. Hey byron. How are you? Doing great Laura to be here. Great to have you on last three shows on this on this wonderful series of radio stations across the country. But Byron I have to get you to tell us your thoughts about this commun- trivia, let's start with his answer to Catherine Herridge is question. Byron. Yeah. Exactly. Can I can I take issue with one little thing here? You know, we just had a big Wall Street Journal NBC poll, and you know, they always ask do you have a favorable or unfavorable positive or negative impression of this person? Or that person they asked about the FBI fifty one percent had a very positive or somewhat positive view the FBI and back in two thousand two it was forty percent. As a matter of fact, most years, it's less than that it. I think basically what's happening is the American public can easily separate the crime-fighting parts of the FBI the parts that we all appreciate going after killers and terrorists and bad people and the politicized parts of the FBI leadership that investigated not one but two of the main presidential candidates in two thousand sixteen. So I I think that that that, you know, criticizing Jim Komi is not the same certainly is criticizing the FBI. But there's something else that I think is really noteworthy here. Which is now we have the top leaders of Obama era intelligence James Comey, James Clapper, and John Brennan, the heads of the FBI the CIA and the opposite national intelligence all becoming. Open resistance leaders. And these are these are men who had access to the most classified intelligence available when they were in office, and what they say has a special impact, I think because people look at them and say, well, gee, they must know. And this is not a great situation to have these former top officials, basically joining the resistance and making all sorts of really here spots statements about the current president now, and I've got to say the condescending way that James Komi refers to Fox News and your viewers, and your your your viewers shouldn't be you know, let's play the short James, please. So people can can hear this once again, you can't just play at one time. Let's play it, please. So everyone can hear that part of the the sound bite where he references FOX and FOX viewers in a condescending imperious manner, and again Byron this is this is the kind of guy call me is made. And if and if he's like that toward the American people imagine what he's like when he has a political mission at hand. Let's listen, please. Reputation is taken a big hit because the.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KNSS
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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"At bojangles Coliseum and President Trump arise or campaign rally late this afternoon. These seven PM rally for North Carolina ninth congressional district candidate Mark Harris overnight. There are already people camping out outside the building. Like this guy hopes to better his spot over an earlier Trump event, he attended was here now. Nine o'clock yesterday morning. It's Thursday morning. Johnson city was there seven hours early but seven hours early. I was to about two thousand paperback now on a little closer to the front. New president's. Visit of course, coming amid the numerous bomb threats we've seen this week in the latest now on the serial bomb deliveries ten of them so far investigators are saying they believe a couple of them came from Florida sources confirmed that postal markings have helped federal investigators refined the focus of their pro with Florida described as a quote region of interest. Attorney general Jeff Sessions we met with and briefed the president to bring him up today. FBI ATF are working on this. A government official is also drawing attention to what appears to be thick black electricity tape on the pipe bomb sent a former CIA director John Brennan. The officials said investigators are hopeful the black tape captured DNA fibers or prince in Washington, Catherine Herridge, Fox News immigration officials appeared to be intervening more aggressively with the movements of Central American Amer. Immigrants trying to make their way through Mexico and to the US massive caravan of organs being forced on vehicles and detained at a checkpoint Saudi prosecutors now reportedly admitting the death of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi was planned rich Edson with more Saudi government released a statement that its investigators quote received information from the Turkish side that the suspects in the incident had committed their act with a premeditated intention Saudi Arabia stresses the Turkish government simply relate this information to Saudi officials who will then use it in their own investigation weeks ago, the Saudi government claimed kashogi had left the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, then Friday, Saudi officials blamed his death on a meeting that turned into a brawl that killed him this week Turkey's president essentially said that was untrue and that Saudi hit squad planned Khashoggi's murder. UNC board of governors holding an emergency meeting today to deal with the announcement the system president Margaret spellings will be leaving the former US education secretary was hired in two thousand fifteen replay. Facing outgoing president Tom Ross. WBZ traffic. Here's Lee Graham, Borbon Seventy-seven as you're getting close to north for five.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KNSS
"Catherine Herridge, Fox News. Are you clear that was as good of an explanation as I could find on how this process works because one of the questions that came up quite a bit today. When is it that we're going to get a read this stuff that the president is declassified and the answer is once they decide exactly what is going to be made publicly available in for now. The folks that have access to it are going to I'll take a look at it inside the government. So we'll find out when we get there. But not yet. But there is something that is hugely important about all of it. And I mentioned last hour the one of the more important things. And by the way, I am Brian Mudd in fourth grade one Markle, then he is absorbing Yom Kippur he will be back with us tomorrow. I do a morning show in West Palm Beach, my home station WGN, which is where I'm broadcasting from now in a mid morning show and WMD in Miami. And I remember February second well because I was just wrapping up my show in Miami was just before noon eastern time, and we. Had this breaking news about the Nunez memo, the Devon Nunez memo and the release of the findings from the Republican investigation into the Fiso warrant surveillance fiasco, and I happen to be filling in for Mark Levin that day it was a Friday and so Mike. Okay. Well, I guess I do I'm going to be doing for the next few hours before the show and trying to figure out what was going on. All I did was just take down. Every single fact now, it was very concise. What Devin Nunes laid out on February the second, but I just put down every single fact, and then I started looking through it, and I went, okay, I've got thirty different facts here. Thirty statements of fact, and I ended up calling that my thirty count indictment and went through all the claims on this show and said now, we wait and see because you had she f- Democrats that were going to come out with their own findings. And like, you know, we we can wait and see if these end up. Holding up. What's fascinating is when we did end up getting these memo when we did get the Democrats answer some weeks later. There were only four of the claims or at the claims that were even specifically called into question. Yes. Rhetorically heard the left continued to say always how credible is you know, it's just politically motivated. But again, you got two sides every story but one-sided fats. So these statements of fact and the newness memo and the Republicans findings or either tour they weren't. Now. Here's the fascinating thing. That was February the second here we are in the second half of September. And guess what? Guess what? All of the co conspirators there are alleged are still alleged co-conspirators. We have two of them that are still serving in the federal government. So we've had a lot of time and not any accountability yet. And I believe that the single most important function of the Trump presidency is this. Pervasiveness of the corruption should all of this. Hold up. The more information we receive it only seems to corroborate it. That is the most important thing that Donald Trump will have done because what we have seen is that from the State Department to the highest levels of the State Department highest levels at the FBI highest levels at the Justice department. We had corruption. And if not Donald Trump becoming president. We never get to the bottom of it. And we begin to see just how pervasive it's been in. How long there has been this developing deep state? Okay. So I'm gonna walk you back through some of the claims again, everything here is from February the second nothing new. But it all is as true today as we wait for the declassified why it's important that Donald Trump do this that we all have transparency. Remember when by the way, Barack Obama was going to be the most transparent president ever. Fascinating. How much was hidden behind that administration? Now, the very first claim by the Nunez memo by the Republicans findings that both the department of Justice and the FBI petitioned the Pfizer court to begin to surveil. The Trump campaign advisor Carter page on October twenty first twenty sixteen just two and a half weeks before the election. K? So the department of Justice and the FBI they corroborated to petition the Pfizer court. We know that to be true. Not speeding it the second claim was that the application had to be certified by the FBI director or deputy director, the attorney general or deputy attorney general or the assistant g to the NSA one of those officials had to certify it. So then you can begin to apply names that is absolutely known to have taken case. It's beyond dispute. Here's the third claim from the Nunez memo. The initial warning on Carter page was issued in renewed three times every ninety days which wasn't just the two and a half weeks now before the election, but took you all the way through about the first six months of the Trump presidency. So the conspiracy was carried out before he was president. And after he was president. That is now known to be fact as well beyond dispute you notice a trend here. Fourth claim. FBI director James Comey signed three warrants right at the top of the co conspirators in everything that has been spilled out is none other than James Comey, which by the way. The most annoying thing about his book was the tall tales by James Comey. Always should have been the name of the book anyway, fifth claim FBI director, Andrew McCabe, also signed one of these fights award requests. Okay. So now, we have names that were signing to this James Comey is a co-conspirator Andrew McCabe is a co conspirator next up deputy attorney general Sally Yates, signed one. Oh, okay. So she's an on this. Then we had another deputy attorney general Dana banana assigned one. Okay. So now, our co conspirator list continues to grow. Oh. And here we go. The eighth coin deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, signed one. And how fascinating is this. Because here we have somebody because Jeff Sessions does whatever he does. I think he goes around the country goes, hey, I'm the Justice guy. And then rod Rosenstein who actually is a co conspirator and all this runs. The Justice department is fascinating. So we have a co-conspirator. We we have Jeff Sessions recused himself from life. I think and then you have rod Rosenstein who is cited as a co conspirator against the president of the United States who has not. I mean, anybody have rationale for this one. Next claim. Christopher steele. The name, you know. Well, Steele dossier was an FBI source now before I go any further. Everything I've given you to this point is beyond dispute doesn't matter. What political? I'll you adhere to doesn't matter who you this is all backed. James Comey signed off entered McCain's I. So Dana Panetta, rod Rosenstein and Christopher Steele involvement. Now, we're just getting warmed up because it only takes you through nine. And again, there were thirty. So. Ultimately, you begin to see how this whole thing came together, and they were really than history here. But I think it's important because this is the basis for what we're going to get more information about baseball. Whatever it is that is automatically disseminated disseminated to us as the president players. These documents for public dissemination, whatever is brought to us. Now, you're ten th claim the Christopher Steele was paid by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create it and the law for law firm, Perkins coie, and fusion GPS or involved in that that's also known to be fact, no one disputes that. And we know that the purpose was to obtain derogatory information on Trump. Anybody dispute that? No, okay. So here we are. Now, a third of the way into everything that Devon Nunez disseminated on February the second one thing here is even disputed. Okay. Next up funding of the dossier by the DNC, and the Clinton campaign was never disclosed to the Pfizer court. Never. Still not disputed. Seven months ago, more than seven months ago, all publicly disseminated. Next up. The DOJ and the FBI officials who signed off on it. No, no that the DNC and the Clinton campaign paid for it to be created. And still notice of that. The FIS request deliberately left the funding source of the dossier out of the warrant request despite knowing that it was fusion GPS, and the reason that matters is because fusion GPS Christopher Steele was known to have been fired been terminated by the FBI because he had credibility issues. They deliberately left that information out. And again, none of this. As of now for what we know let alone what we don't that is coming is in dispute, and now we're halfway through the thirty statements of fact, the thirty count indictment of you will if you will from devenue nets, and I'll get to the other half coming up next..
"catherine herridge" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Is catherine herridge report of a to congressional committees have found that foreign actors obtained access to clinton's emails he says here if the justice department in the fbi decided not to factor all of this in their consideration of intense evidence then the i had no problem with that it was gross negligence it was willful was all of this and the geez report basically vindicated all of this for the clintons mccarthy's right and it's a damn shame but as i've always said to you my bigger problem with all of this is the way that they targeted donald trump that's that is my biggest problem by the way if somebody just sent me a shot of the vice president's motorcade he's now inside the hotel in rittenhouse square for the fundraiser and and so he's in center city so if you're over there there's people so what they did was they put shoes in rittenhouse square to represent kids getting separated from parents so shoes are now lining the streets outside of the hotel and rittenhouse square that's very sad that'll smell great and the heat dirty shoes on the side sidewalk right snow great awesome hey miss vice president pence you're in a limousine a bulletproof limousine so you can't smell the dirty shoes we put out on the sidewalk but everybody else can as they're walking by show all of you who are going by tonight on your way home from work and you stop by you smell stinky gertie shoes i guess you can tweet the vice president let him know maybe i'll go up there after the show maybe i'll go up there and see the dirty stinky shoes myself i don't want to go near the dirty shoes on the side of the street rittenhouse square pants is inside an air conditioned hotel he's going to get back into an air conditioned limousine bulletproof probably by going underground so he never have to go outside into the air but the rest of us have to sell the dirty stinky shoes lighting rittenhouse square thank you for that.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"The kids killed in last week's school shooting in parkland florida's being admitted posthumously to the us military academy peter wong was a 15yearold junior he wanted to attend west point and serve in the military help people get away the army has or will award heroism medals to him and two other rods he students who died in the shooting about one hundred survivors are on buses to tallahassee florida now for a guncontrol rally tomorrow this has to change you know who is to not happen again ever again and this will not happen again jordan faber says to friends of his died in the shooting with others hurt a londonbased lawyer is pleading guilty of lying to investigators about contact with a former trump campaign aide is the latest person caught up in special counsel robert muller's russia election meddling investigation going to court records made public this morning alexander wine lied to federal agents about his contact with the target of the special council russia probe and their conversations about two months before the presidential election court records alleged lawyer lied about his last contact with rick gates who was indicted last fall along with former trump campaign chairman paul manafort a thirty one page twelve county diamond focused on the years as lobbyists and political consultants working with the ukraine that's fox's catherine herridge the university of louisville loses its its appeal the 2013 men's basketball title officially over escorts being paid to strip and have sex with recruits the unsuitable is denial of the appeal now forcing the university of louisville men's basketball team to vacate all winds from 2011 to 2015 including their 2012 final four appearance in 2013 national title those penalties assessed in june of last year also placed program on probation and requires the forfeiture of any money obtained through conference revenue sharing from the nc doubly tournaments from 2012 the 2015 that's fox's met napolitano stocks have been falling on wall street or the last hour walmart stock is helping to do that the.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on WLOB
"Is suggesting is that according to again to fox's catherine herridge that the government at the time in 2016 would maybe gone to the fis the court and you know that's that oversecretive uh court that allows her to be warrants that are given to do surveillance and so the question would beat is this the administration the previous administration attacking a political campaigns or was in this situation who genuinely concerned about some kind of uh uh foreign interfere and so that but i don't know what's in the minute i think is the most mysterious story that i've covered in a while well in what's amazing at a town leaks like a sieve although they've talked about how awful it is no one is actually leaked it out which is sort of unprecedented in washington you would have thought my now i mean we know with donald trump had for breakfast when he had breakfast with bob gold wait i have no idea who about we can't find out about this uh what the content of the memo is i guess they're trying to get it i think it will eventually get allowed i mean but this uh apparently classified information so that the lawmakers had who have seen it i mean they're they're not gonna let me they don't want to a blow something that's classified information but look it'll out and then and then people will have our own ideas as to what it means i mean it was it illegal for uh the obama administration went to the face the court and got a warrant and said we need to be checking out the trump campaign is that attacking political opponents or was it an administration deeply concerned about foreign interference and so but we're getting ahead of it because we don't know what's is a memo while those exactly right deadline so we'll let you go reagan sutherland fox news.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Is awardwinning senior correspondent catherine herridge afraid of the show as well uh but she barely dug up this compelling exclusive uh just yesterday maybe i should say uh thursday uh this month and it turns out that house intelligence chair congressman devin nunes was able to apparently banned the otherwise lawbreaking doj an fbi to his will over all the russian pro documents by substantially using is inherent contempt powers now uh these are a part of its overall separation of powers and thanks to not only the threat of more subpoenas because those things you can wipe you torch with apparently law but more lee through the threat of contempt citations the doj and the fbi now must hand over all these russian probe documents and again do so free of redaction just how big of a deal do you think this is the president of the united states with the hague this was huge uh this was a big deal uh not only or getting the truth out but to uh have congress finally be able to have the leverage to uh not just been them to devon newness has will but to provide the oversight that the american people uh that they're responsible to for the american people uh on the executive branch and the department of justice uh is just another piece of the as yet the executive branch and congress has not only the right but the responsibility all of us to provide that oversight uh on site said the it has has done a great job i'm hopeful though that uh they really bear down with their inherent contempt powers blunts looks that realizable congress really has the separated power in perogatives freddie to jail recalcitrant witnesses it has the power to do it and the president can't do anything about it at the five pathetically oval office is of a different party than those who run congress can't do anything about it by the judiciary can't do anything about supreme court really can't do anything about although it's already weighed.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on WRVA
"And anyway he was he was the guy the fbi interviews he's the one that did general flynn and of course you know sarah quarters reporting that struck personally interrogated uh let's see cheryl mills oma aberdeen hillary clinton michael flynn is involved in the dossiers of bob than the emails these above than the trump investigation is nothing is not involved in he's a central figure that was biased on multiple levels in this whole thing and it gets even worse from their catherine herridge pointing out as it relates to all of this that of this politicized fbi of official even participated in the july second interview of of hillary clinton why wasn't she put under oath and you know we know that he had to be fired but there's still a whole bunch of other donors to obama and clinton and the dnc that are still part of this muller team of this band of hillary loving trump painting people you know it turns out that emails from 2010 in 2011 we know that aberdeen and mills you know did in fact know about the server when in fact they will claimed that they only knew about the server after the clinton uh after clinton left the state department of became public we have evidence that they lied why aren't they being charged with lying to the fbi and it gets worse from there you know he's the guy that change the terminology from gross negligence to extremely careless we'll legal standard their means an awful lot because that would have meant the clinton broke the law and they're admitting she broke the law so all that shocking and then struck you know his involvement extends into let's see the russian probe the fake dossier the russian propaganda that apparently was you.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KKAT
"The incoming administration opposed what the outgoing administration was doing to the state of israel at the un oh my god i can't do that oh yes they can here's catherine herridge on fox news today as his began to break hatip rights scoop o'brien over there has been pop in this stuff to me and i appreciate been looking a lot other places too so stick with me we're going to go through this cut one go i was in the courthouse and in the courtroom when mike flynn pled guilty to lying to the fbi and part of that is a long process where the judge make sure that sign really understands uh the constitutional rights that he's waving by leading guilty and in that process member of the government the prosecution team said in its now in some of the records that had been released by the court it states very specifically that honour about december twenty seconds so really the heart of this land record has to do with these days before and after christmas after the election says it's very senior member after the election so it could be collusion about the election it's after the election number one go directive flynn to contact officials from foreign governments including russia and its top to contact officials with foreign governments including russia nothing wrong with that it's number two number three go ahead at the un vote and how those countries would vote at the un on a related an issue related part of me to them at least so the question is who who is this very senior official in his john reid matter unless there trying to get them on a process he wasn't forward he didn't come forward and tell the administration tell tell the government decided there i want you to understand this as a legal matter and as a logical manner if a senior person in the transition team in the incoming administration directed mike flynn to speak to a foreign government or to oppose what was going to take place at the un that is perfectly legitimate and routine what may have happened here is the senior official whomever it is made out of fully told the fbi may had concealed it from the fbi or could have apps actually forgotten it wasn't even a big deal and back.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Military analyzing thayn easier to chat with us about the rebel is it revelations concerning the inspector general who was harassed by the clinton people just because they don't like the information coming out of his investigation general time mcenery daddy back body how are you today i'm doing great down thanks for having me no always a pleasure always a pleasure now let's look at this because you don't we we we had some marvellous reporting by catherine herridge odd discussing this but apparently there's this former ig probing who had been probing the clinton email sang tyga who said that actually senator feinstein and other democrats intimidating him were intimidating him ali we're telling him things like be careful and route to get you and essentially doing all they could to corrupt the investigation simply because they were not happy with the results he was issuing you're a sensible what's of all the side happening or i'll catherine done a marvellous job former former intelligence community i g inspector general is coming up he's gonna make it and this a said catherine's gone a marvellous interview with them i've talked about it it is earthshattering the collusion that was going on between not only hillary clinton the emails were expose what those members on capitol hill those congressman mike diane feinstein it cetera democrats that we're trying to shield her home her violation of the espionage act it's that simple alan hillary clinton who violated the espionage act and she came out with those pronouncements with with own server you you just can't do that in the dod ig vamps charles mccullough it wasn't the use the intelligence community so it a very fair and honest transparent investigation and when he was recording it through for instance general clapper of the director of national intelligence he wasn't happy with it they were trying to cover up the little bombing administration was covering up for hillary clinton's violation of espionage this corruption by the obama administration runs wide and it runs deep let me give you an example they additional example two uh her violation and win.
"catherine herridge" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Catherine herridge reporting also that the amount of gun ththey had in the hotel room were way over the top he knew and everybody know there was no way he was going to use them all those like what twenty nine or 23 guns if something on the right some obscene amount of guns and he knew he wasn't going to use them all did he and he shot up a a country music concert so maybe the guy was going for to make a statement to beat make a parody of people on the right with their progun and country music and protrump type stuff by this i don't know if that's the case but that's what he was saying clearly this there was no he was going to use all these guns so those are a few a possible theories that are out there another one is do not discount isis and you can laugh at me as much as you want do not discount isis because first of all isis has never doubled down a second time they have said that it was dominant wasn't them okay that has happened saw and i'm not thinking it was them but sola they've never come back a second time and said it was us you have one hundred thousand dollars we find out today transfer to his girlfriend in the philippines descends sensor way before this goes down he was such a high roller in gambling that he was literally at the top level of gambling where you know the highest level with caesars he was he had rented out the ah or taken over the a whole the whole top floor of the vote was the other place all i can remember it now i will come back to me but of one of the other hotels so the guy was a massive high roller reversal of family to that one atlantis the whole top of atlantis so.
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"A second terror attack in spain i'm jack callahan fox news a half dozen people hurt what a vehicle ploughed into a crowd of people tonight in the spanish resort town of cambrils police say they shot him killed five attackers in the town of a further say those attackers had bomb belts and run had run over several civilians with a car cambrils is about an hour's drive south of barcelona where thirteen people were killed and one hundred were injured in an earlier attack today of add jumping a kurban deliberately swerving to strike as many pedestrians as possible this will heard the screams ranked my balcony i could be hundred people scrambling down around 100 writing or running right street warfare across the street bert luper any faith high travel the injured are critical and may not survive police have also linked to the attack to what explosion last night of the child of alkhan are in which one person died police now believe that was a bombmaking factory that exploded the islamic state group is claiming responsibility for the barcelona attack although fox's chief intelligence correspondence g a corresponded catherine herridge reports it is not clear if they played an active role or simply trying to take credit everything's good a counterterrorism source tells fox at the mounting evidence is consistent with a small cell and more complex plot rather that alone wealth actor it is not known yet whether any americans are among the victims of barcelona at least four man's college basketball teams are in the barcelona for a try to that one of those teams as oregon state head coach wayne tinkle's taking the social media to confirm they were near the location of the attack everything's good with our guys obviously going to be tough thing to do with here moving forward but uh that god that we're all say medical four here in the hotel the other colleges were clemson to label the university of arizona those schools confirming that all of their players are safe fox news fair and balanced hot and humid conditions expected into.