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Former CIA Officer Details "Havana Syndrome" He Suffered Overseas

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:07 min | 6 months ago

Former CIA Officer Details "Havana Syndrome" He Suffered Overseas

"News has learned. The U. S government is now fast tracking sensor technology to detect the cause of a mysterious illness, known as Havana syndrome, sometimes debilitating condition has affected American diplomats and other personnel overseas. CBS chief investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge spoke with former CIA officer Mark Parliament. Uh uh, Palamar opus who came down with the symptoms while living in a Moscow hotel. Venus syndrome is the name given to a mysterious neurological condition, first reported by State Department personnel in Cuba five years ago who experienced a similar set of symptoms. Pressure in the head. Yes, Loss of balance. Yes, ringing In the years. I've had a headache for three years. It feels like a vise clamp down here And then there's pressure that comes over the top of my head. Mark says. It took three years to get help. At the Walter Reed military Hospital. They diagnosed me with a traumatic brain injury. The national Academies of Sciences recently found the most plausible explanation was post radio frequency energy.

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:49 min | 11 months ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Or little colder the next several days, WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist Dean DeVore, nearly a month straight of above average temperatures here in Greater Boston, But that streak is likely to come to an end. Later on this week on the eve of Inauguration Day and unsettled Washington gets ready for what it hopes will be a peaceful transfer of power. While federal officials ramp up the investigation into the Capitol attack, a woman accused of stealing a laptop turns herself in Washington, D. C. Gets ready for President elect Biden swearing in tomorrow more arrests and charges in the attack on the Capitol two weeks ago, CBS is Catherine Herridge, according to FBI records, a witness alleged 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. President Trump is expected to issue a flurry of pardons today. Inaugural organizer Republican Senator Roy Blunt on the possibility there may be capital rioters among them. I think that would be disastrous. I think what they did is unpardonable. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Senate confirmation hearings are set to begin today for the president elect's Cabinet nominees. Just one day before he takes office, Retired General Lloyd Austin will kick it off with testimony today off the job for less than seven years. He will be looking for a waiver to serve as defense secretary Austin Would also become the first black Pentagon chief as well told to stay home. Some 200,000 flags instead will dot the National mall representing those who will not be able to attend to the swearing in ceremonies tomorrow, Several veterans of Massachusetts V. F W Honor Guard members will take place in a virtual parade across America. Mark. The swearing in tomorrow and musical performances during Inauguration Day will feature a country music mega star God rubbing elbows with those in high places. Now, Garth Brooks is going to be there. He's been there done that before, With the performance of President Obama's swearing in. In 2009 before turning down a request from President Trump. Brooke says his appearance has nothing to do with politics and everything to do with unity. 7 33 out to the roadways now and every 10 minutes a check of traffic and weather together. Let's find out how Tuesday is shaping up with Lori Grandee and the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Well, Jeff, we had a couple of problems on 93 heading into Boston. They now have been clear but all that traffic that was caught Behind those problems has now entered the lever connector down wrapping that is completely tied up now coming off of 93 getting onto Storrow Drive. Traffic continues to be slow going as well. North and Expressway granted have to Columbia Road as check out the situation now in Lynnfield, with Krista Neck and the WBC news, radio traffic copter. Look We did have a crash Laurie of 1 28. South on I shut myself off all the time. It was right after Salem Street didn't feel it was over in the breakdown lane. Everybody was looking at that you're backed up to Route one antibody. Here's the good news, though. Everybody drove away a couple of minutes ago, so this should start to sort itself out down. Gonna turn myself off. Kristen Acting, the WBC news radio traffic copter. All right. We had a crash reported. Now, this is Ruth, three South and right by Derby Street and hang them. Also some issues on a route to gotta crash in the left hand lane route to East found. This is right by Taylor Street. Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three beautiful in Boston. No complaints, all right, just one. It's a little cold. 27 degrees here in the city this morning. It is mid January after all, and we need to expect this What we can't seem to expect. But we'll take it is this string of above average temperatures 28 days and counting here in Greater Boston, and that continues for the next couple of days as well. We'll see the daytime highs get into the upper thirties toe low forties, There will be a wind chill factor, However. Nonetheless, it's a mix of sun and clouds every day, right through the upcoming weekend, maybe the chance of a snow flurry or maybe a Sprinkle, but that's about it. No Winter storm. Was in the cards for several days to come. It's 27 is we get started this Tuesday morning. That feels too a lot like a Monday here in Boston, 7 35 on President elect Joe Biden's to do list. Promise to put more money in your pocket. His plans for expanding the federal stimulus payment with an additional $1400 is priority number one. But many Americans say even that's a little too little too late, according to a report from bankrate dot com 53% of Americans who already received or will receive a stimulus check, say it's not enough to support them for one month, not just those that are unemployed, but many that are working. Greg McBride is chief financial analyst for the online financial resource, He says it's not just the lowest earners who Feel this way. Middle class households those with earnings between 30.

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Strong Bill Plumbing. Aaron Solar, the good old number one. Is that Catherine Herridge CBS News reporting, Intel officials saying, Yeah, get more more evidence. At the Capitol Hill riots premeditated and coordinated, which once again if you're a little bit slow, it's OK. It means that Trump didn't incite violence. It was already planned. It was already going to happen. Already going to happen. And that means by the way, we'll get into that. We're getting the second thing I think you need to know this hour. Get into that second thing is do suffer. Got up there yesterday and did a virtual state of the state. Where he said he's not giving up his emergency orders power because mayors will do lockdowns even though he could stop that. He could stop that. Just like he has. You know, you could write an emergency order about that he could be could make it He could do all kinds of stuff. You know, the more the Legislature to chime in. He won't give up his emergency powers. Give me a break the attorney general to say you can't just lock down CP Rail Regina, Kansas locked down the city. P Miss curfew is is bad anyway, won't do that. Never mention the voting irregularities. I mean, it was really weak when he did, he said. Kids should be in school didn't say when they should be and how he's gonna make that happen. But There's do server for you right, but everybody needs the vaccine, he said. Everything's a vaccine. Third thing I think you need to know, um, stayed right, Brad Roberts said in December in a tweet. He's not voting for Rusty Bowers. Yesterday, he tweeted out. He had a great conversation Rusty and will vote him as speaker of the house, and he did win and it looks like they needed every Republican to vote. Only a prayer would be honest. I invited him on the show to talk about it. Hope Horse Trading happened where you want me to vote for your rusty. Well, then what do I get out of it? Let's let's get Let's end this. Let's take on Doug. It is emergency order, whatever it might be. Got nothing from this guy. This guy, you know, Give me a break like a bunch of Children, a bunch of Children with feelings. I have no feelings. Join my club Three things I think you need to know. So I apologize. Going into the 30 NewsBreak I talked about how do suffer, said that. Kids need to be back in school, and parents found other options, and he's not gonna fund schools full right? You're not going to fund schools. He's not going to fund schools fully if they're doing remote learning, and I said how, you know? Would you like to make a deal? Because this is really good? Actually, if we could sink public schools again if I had if I had a crap ton of money I would love to build charter schools. Teach kids the correct way, right? Not indoctrinated with with the garbage. It would sink public schools and as a bonus, I could probably make good money out of that too, right? There's nothing wrong with they provide a good service. Why not make money? Actually, people like all the charter school, he made a profit. Oh, my God. So What? Look, you have these public schools. These these these public school systems like T ust They've lost so many students and FYI, they're going broke. They're going to fire a bunch of teachers that don't wanna work anyway, They're gonna have to do something. Right. They're gonna have to do something. So you know what that's called. One way to call it is he quote George Costanza and say I have hand Jerry, I have hand The end of it. That's all he had. It's called leverage right, as the president would say. You've got leverage of power the negotiating power. Use it right Use like where America we should always win negotiations. We're the best. What have do suffer. I mean, if you need guts, right? What would you do? If schools come begging is, you know we have to get funding. We're gonna shut down Doug in the public school, Doug. All right. You want funding? Here's the thing. You want money. Here's what Here's what's gonna happen. I'll get you your money. Under a number of conditions, including you ready for this, and you could let me know if you want any more. One. The curriculum will not have anything that is pro transgender LGBT Q. Anti conservative nothing that's going to indoctrinate the kids to let them think that Trump is bad Republicans are bad. And they need to have all this transgender stuff to know. Transgender, anything. Locker rooms, bathrooms unit not not happening. Not happening, So we get to oversee the curriculum. Make sure there's nothing that's gonna poison the kids. Minds we can have people in class is watching them. We want teachers to be able to blow whistles. Another teacher, doing terrible things we want Superintendent held accountable. We like basically everything that should be the way it needs to be. Would you be okay with funding that? Or do you just simply not trust these teachers and the principals and superintendents as well? Because they'll say, Sure, sure, sure, not do a damn thing. And of course you could have you could have certain details in there. And see if we find out That you are teaching this sex, Ed. I didn't and a teacher is pushing this and a teacher. Is saying to conservative students. They're stupid. They're ragging on whatever it might be. Then you will lose an immediate 20% in overall funding. That'll get their attention..

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For the twin U. S Senate runoff elections by alleging that he won the state last November. The Liberal Democrats take the Senate of the White House and then I take it this White House. We're gonna fight like hell. I'll tell you right now. Critics say the president may have broken the law when he pleaded with Georgia's top elections officials to find enough votes for him to reverse President elect Biden's win their call prompted to House Democrats to urgent FBI investigation. Gorgeous secretary of state suggested the Fulton County D. A might probe. Mr Trump's remarks at a news conference Georgia elections official Gabriel Sterling trying to debunk the conspiracies, the president air that's not real. It's not happening, and President elect Biden, stumping for George's to Democratic Senate candidates said this politicians cannot assert. Take or seize power power is given graduate by the American people alone. Steven Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington A leader 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. Taro's arrest comes ahead of protests of Wednesday's congressional Electoral College vote. US coronavirus deaths surpassed 351,000. CBS is Jonathan. Vaguely Adi, Southern California hospitals are so overwhelmed one doctor calls it. World War. Three Thean emotional toll off the chart. This is the worst medical disaster.

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U.S. officials call government hack a "grave risk"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

"Under cyber attack. Federal officials are warning that a likely Russian based hack has penetrated deep into the U. S national security infrastructure. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge Packers thought to be linked to Russian intelligence or now feared to be deep inside American infrastructure Network's Across the U. S government and including the nation's top nuclear laboratory, U. S officials called the hack a grave risk. This is an attack on the United States. It's an attack on our infrastructure, our government our private sector, CBS News has learned. Evidence of the Hack has been detected at the Department of Energy, which maintains the nation's nuclear weapons stockpile. And operates the Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico. The Department of Energy issued a statement late yesterday saying investigators found malware on its business networks, but so far the heck did not impact nuclear weapons security. Meanwhile, that Hack is raising the stakes for the National Defense Authorization Act that President Trump is threatening to veto. Federal news networks jury, Hickman has more. The Endia includes a third of the cyberspace Lehren Commission's final recommendations. Chief. Among them are provisions that would elevate and empower the cybersecurity an introduction of security agency and put a Senate confirmed national cyber director back in the White House. Senator Angus King. The solarium is coach here says these and other provisions are essential for agencies respond to cyber threats. This is the most important bill on cyber ever passed by Congress. And that's why I'm really hoping that the president will either sign the bill or let it become law without his signature jury. Hackman Bad news network. Iran has begun construction at his underground nuclear facility amid tensions with the U. S over its atomic program. Construction at the full dose site began in late September. Satellite images obtained for Max Our technologies by the AP showed the construction taking place at the northwest corner of the site. You the holy Shiite city. You have come just over 50 miles southwest of Tehran. While the purpose of the building remains unclear. Any work at Ford Oh is likely to trigger new concerns in the waning days off the Trump administration before the inauguration off President elected Joe Biden. Already Iran is building at another nuclear facility. After a mysterious explosion in July there that Theron described as a sabotage attack. I'm Charles Duluth, asthma, The European Union's chief negotiator, says the EU and the United Kingdom are starting a last attempt to get a trade deal. You. Fishing rights in British waters is the most notable remaining obstacle to avoid a chaotic and costly change over on New Year's Day. Talks have been going on for nine months now, with the jobs of hundreds of thousands.

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You're listening to the best of the Larry O'Connor show today in the Senate Judiciary Committee, the former, UH, associate director, deputy director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe testified regarding four years later, the investigation into the Trump campaign and egg stations of Russian collusion. Turning us right now is the senior investigative correspondent for CBS. News. Catherine Herridge who has been covering this story well for four years now, Catherine Herridge. Thanks for joining us. Thanks is always for having me. Did we learn anything today in this testimony from Andrew McCabe? I think we did learn some new details. I think first and foremost, we learned That when the CIA sent an investigative referral in September of 2016, so two months before the presidential election To the FBI about intelligence that they had obtained that alleged the Clinton campaign may have sought to link candidate Trump to the Russians. Who's smear him and distract attention from the FBI's probe into Clinton's youth. The personal server for State Department business. Andrew McCabe testified that he was unaware of the referral and he was certainly not aware that any agents had been assigned to track down the lead. And the reason that's important is that Republicans on the committee posed the question. Woz. The investigation of political campaigns in 2016 evenhanded were the same resources that same sense of urgency applied to this application against the Trump campaign. As they were with the allegations against the Clinton campaign. Yeah, we had a counterintelligence investigation unprecedented counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign based on this interaction between George Papadopoulos and Alexander Downer, a diplomat from Australia. Which, by the way, that's right. This is just let me jump in. In addition to the hacking of the DNC emails, those were the two main data points that the former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe, cited During the congressional testimony as Astrid driving that investigation. So the Intel from the ambassador, coupled with the theft of these emails, Okay, and then we have a direct correspondence from within the intelligence community in the U. S government, the CIA handing off a referral to the FBI saying, Hey, we were aware of this or we certainly have. Evidence of this situation with the Clinton campaign, setting up a false story on do that just went nowhere. Do we know Still? Um, if anything happened with that referral What? What I know with what we learned publicly in the testimony from Andrew McCabe. He was, he says he was not. Aware of this referral. The referral had gone to a then director James Comey and a senior FBI agent, Peter Struck director. Comey recently testified that this referral the words used for that It didn't ring a bell and Senator Grant said, Well, how can that be it when you know it went to you, and it should have been A matter of high importance so that that was the main Mine of questioning from Republicans on the committee. Why was it that When you had a referral from the CIA. You didn't Throw against it, the same resources that you did with the Trump campaign. Even even if you only know that it was bad information or bad in intelligence to kind of white displayed and know that it was not worth pursuing. I, of course, in many Americans, I think have grave concerns about American intelligence agencies and investigative bodies being used for political purposes or or or for the people in charge of those bodies being motivated by politics rather than motivated by, you know the investigation of crimes, injustice and such, but in a broader sense, Catherine Herridge Post 9 11. Our intelligence agencies were supposed to share information and actually move on. Concerns and threats for national security purposes is was that raised here? The fact that listen if these are legitimate things, and nothing was done That actually could be. That could be a huge opening for our enemies around the world to find a vulnerability in our country. That's a That's a valid question, but it's it's not really an issue that was Broadly discussed during this testimony. What the Democrats raised is that this in effect was old news and Senator Dianne Feinstein said it was really time to turn the page. On Crossfire Hurricane and they consistently site the findings of the Justice Department, Specter General Michael Horowitz last December that the opening of the FBI Russia probe into the Trump campaign was properly predicated. In other words. There was sufficient evidence that warranted the opening of an investigation into a political campaign. But I always pause there because there's a different point of view. If you think back to December U. S attorney John Durham, who has been tasked by the Justice Department Look into the origins of the FBI Russia probe took the very unusual step of issuing a public statement at that time, saying that he had ah lot of respect for Inspector General Horowitz. But when it came to the issue of predication, he had more information available to him. Outside of the FBI and Justice Department. He didn't share his conclusion. And, of course, Republicans have been very frustrated, and I think some members of the public that they haven't had a determination. From John Durham about predication and the opening of the case or whether what we had here was ah lot of errors and omissions or whether it rose to the level of an abuse of power of position or it even roast with higher level that there was Criminal activity. One FBI lawyer has already pled guilty to falsifying a record, and Senator Graham and his closing statement at the hearing seem to suggest that others may be in the crosshairs. A swell at this point. Catherine Herridge is senior investigative correspondent of CBS News. We're talking about today's testimony of Andrew McCabe, former deputy director of the FBI before the Senate Judiciary Committee. This is happening within the context of you know the Biden campaign wishing to embark upon a transition process. There are charges that the Trump Administration is not cooperating with the transition because there's still Waiting for the votes to be tallied. Let's talk about four years ago. Today you're Catherine Herridge, where the this intrigue certainly reached a fevered pitch with regard to The incoming national security adviser, General Flynn and I know Senator Cruz had some questions about the investigation into Flynn and the charges against Flynn of that time. The I don't want the discussion to be completely just focused on the Republicans. But because the Democrats made the point that there been enough investigations at this point, and it was time to move on, especially When we're in the middle of another presidential transition now that said Senator Ted Cruz asked Andrew McCabe, what's really the difference between the conversations of General Flynn, who was the incoming national security advisor and the Russian ambassador? And the conversations of the former vice president Joe Biden and world leaders like what's the difference now? Um older? McKay do not answer that. That line of questioning based on his earlier testimony. What he told the senators is that they were ready to close the investigation on General Flynn. Um they had concerns that he was a point of contact on the campaign for the Russians. And that when they picked up the phone call with the Russian ambassador. This, he said, quote elevated their concerns and they decided to leave the case open, but it doesn't answer. This more basic question, Which is what? What's the difference between an incoming In your official reaching out to foreign governments to start working on issues of Of foreign policy and national security and folks at home could decide whether there's the corollary between the two or it's really an apples and oranges situation. Yeah, it is, and again, that's I think one of the larger concerns here is that there is a equal Treatment under the law, despite party affiliation or or political persuasion, But I would I would. I would say that Senator Cornyn on my and I'm believe I'm remembering correctly. It was a long hearing, but I believe it was Republican Senator John Cornyn, who made the point. His view is that he felt the FBI leadership in 2016 had really gone rogue and there was not sufficient oversight. And he singled out the leadership over the fact he twosome of interfering in both political campaigns side of Hillary Clinton with a very public news conference about the findings of the FBI investigation into her emails she was never prosecuted for that,.

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

"Just no better way to go Name one thing that's more exciting than playing the new game. Kino from the Virginia Lottery, That's a go on nine or for Oscar and the Jupiters Space Mission in search of What's Next. For all Mankind is clear for take. Tough to one. We have lift off. Yeah, not more exciting than a drawing every four minutes to win upto a million dollars Kino from the Virginia Lottery odds of winning top prize there. One in 8,911,711. It's 9 35. Now the U. S. Intelligence agencies say Iran and Russia have tried to interfere in the 2020 election, and Iran has put a plan in motion. The voter intimidation operation relied on emails obtained from state voter registration lists that include party affiliate A shin and home addresses. In a rare news conference, the nation's intelligence chief said both Russia and Iran have obtained the data but singled out Iran for taking the next step, and using it in recent days should threaten voters. The messages to Democrats in Florida and other states falsely claimed to be from a far right group, the proud boys Federal officials said the compromise was meant to intimidate and undermine voter confidence in the Democratic process. Catherine Herridge CBS NEWS Washington 9 35, Russia remains the top threat to the election and with its meddling and disinformation, what exactly is a Russian government trying to achieve? That's the key question and former national security Adviser H. R. McMaster Has the answer. They don't care who wins the election when they care about is whoever wins that there are large portions of the American population that don't have confidence in the alcove. He talks about it in his new book battle grounds. But, he says, regardless of what the Kremlin tries to do, our election process is secure. And how can you be so sure about when I was in the job's one of things I'm proud of. We convened efforts across departments and agencies. We took the gloves off. Our cyber force is another reason why it's secure. You know, we have a very decentralised system. The full conversation on this week's target, Yusa. Cast. J. J. Green W T O P News. A plan to allow curbside voting and Alabama has been put on hold by the U. S Supreme Court. Lower court ruling would have allowed it. The case made its way through the courts after advocacy groups sued on behalf of voters with health issues who are concerned about the risk of covert 19 at the polls. Supreme Court vote was 5 to 3 with the course three liberals dissenting and, as is typical when the Supreme Court acts on an emergency basis, the justice system in the majority does not explain their decision. Checking out stock futures for you here this morning. The Dow Jones industrials have opened 46 points higher S and P I's now up eight points and the NASDAQ is up. 49 points after the future's having been lower all morning long, we'll get the latest with Geoff Clay ball coming up at 9 55. It's 9 37. Now,.

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Sen. Ron Johnson presses Wray on validity of Hunter Biden laptop claim

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

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.

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Steele Dossier sub-source was subject of FBI counterintelligence probe

Tony Katz and the Morning News

01:29 min | 1 year ago

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

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Literally just crossed now Catherine Herridge tweeting out our friend and now former colleague now at CBS but she was with the fox news channel a long time that a lot of great work as it relates to all these issues involving the the phony Russia conspiracy hoax let me set the table for you remember I kept saying to January fifth R. twenty seventeen that was an important day of the meat of this meeting that took place inside the oval office on that day they had clapper and Brennan and call me and rice and Biden and Sally Yates etcetera are now on that date the chief of staff of Obama on mast general Flynn asked for the masking that very day then of course January twelfth was was the date of the Ignatius column in The Washington Post that's the same day that Joe Biden on mass general Flynn but this January fifth St brought us right into the office of Barack Obama now if you're a call when all the testimony was released by the corrupt congenital Howard Lee all up pathetic liar Adam Schiff eight finally exposed to release those a long long time ago the people that testified under oath like clapper and and Sally aids and and all these other people they all said the same thing there is no we don't have any evidence of any trump Russia collusion none whatsoever zero zip all right one of the things that Sally Yates said in her testimony under oath when she was before the house intelligence committee is that on this day January fifth she was shocked to learn that Barack Obama had known the contents of the unmasking of general Flynn and then that raises the question okay what did Obama know when did he know what what was his level of involvement in this now then the and then fifteen days later Susan rice writes a note to self to Susan rice from Susan rice somebody else will see see that's that's redacted it was at the time top secret well now the acting the N. I. director record now is now made this public and we have the letter I have a right in my hands now this is all important because now all of the Russia collusion narrative is right in the oval office with Barack Obama and Joe Biden there with them and Sally Yates is like a little shocked why does Obama know about all the sun Manske anyway on January fifth this is Susan rice to Susan rice on January fifth let me say it again this is on the day trump's inaugurated she sent this right after Donald Trump is it was as he's being sworn into office that day twelve fifteen but on a on a non Gration date twenty seventeen R. on January fifth following a briefing by the R. I. C. leadership on Russian hacking during the twenty sixteen presidential election president Obama had a brief follow up conversation with FBI director call me and deputy Attorney General Sally Yates in the oval office vice president Biden and I were also present I didn't know that to be a fact now we know now president Obama began the conversation by stress stressing his continued to commitment is to continue commitment to ensuring that every aspect of this issue is handled by the intelligence and law enforcement communities quote by the book the president stressed that he was not asking about initiating or instructing anything from a law enforcement perspective he read it he reiterated that our law enforcement team needs to proceed as it normally would by the book now from a national security perspective however president Obama said he wants to be sure that as we engage with incoming the incoming team that we are mindful to ascertain if there is any reason that we cannot share information fully as it relates to Russia director call me a firm that he is proceeding by the book that's a lie as it relates to law enforcement from a national security perspective called me said he does have some concerns that incoming NSA director Flynn is speaking frequently with the Russian ambassador Kislyak call me said that it could be an issue as it relates to sharing sensitive information president Obama asked of call me was saying that the NSC should not pass sensitive information related to Russia plan calmly replied potentially he added that they had no indication thus far that plan that passed classified information onto Kinsley act but he noted the level of communication is unusual resident has called me to inform him if anything changes in the next few weeks that should affect how we share classified information with the incoming team called me said he was all right this was all written fifteen days later that is what you call the biggest C. Y. A. you've ever everything by the book where did trump did everything by the book every single thing by the book why did he feel the need to do this now remember call me is lying to because on January fourth you know when the Flynn case was closed our call me already knew that there was nothing on Flynn everybody had closed out the case and just before they put the final seal of closure on the case incomes Peter struck don't close out the case we need to keep going call me is the one that gives him the okay to keep going when it was all closed out because they had no evidence whatsoever and then that leads to what twenty days later on January twenty fourth that's when a general plan is in the White House day for trump administration and Flynn here's the F. B. I. is coming over to talk to him because the deputy FBI director McCabe and says that anything I need to worry about do I need a lawyer and that's where McCabe lied and said no you do not and then you have the bragging event of Jim call me super patriot and Jim call me as saying I sent them you know I took advantage I did something I wouldn't get away with or even try to get away with in a previous administration like the Obama or the bush administration's I took advantage of the chaos and I sent them in and that was the ambush perjury trap and that we now know what does it mean also means yet we want him to what do we want an admission from him do we want him to commit perjury so that we can prosecutor more that we can get him fired well now it's the right there with Biden and Obama they're both in it they're both in the middle of it now you get to okay the White House wants to be informed every step of the way that was part of the struck page text messages are even though we had four separate investigations that found no evidence of any kind to trump Russia collusion so you can see what's happening here that the this this from the beginning this is the insurance policy plain and simple now let me go to the statement of the Attorney General Barr because the Attorney General I know a lot of people in the media focused on say well we're not investigating president Obama now if this is a criminal investigation listen closely to what he says here over the past few decades.

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U.S. moves to drop case against Trump ex-adviser Flynn, who admitted lying to FBI

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01:03 min | 1 year ago

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.

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WTOP

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

"President trump may be getting ready to pardon his former national security adviser Michael Flynn in twenty seventeen Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about conversations with the Russian ambassador to the US president has been showing new supports for Flynn of late on Twitter after Flynn's attorneys disclosed internal FBI documents they claim shows the FBI tried to entrap him CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge this morning explains how these new records first came to light earlier this year Attorney General bill Barr directed a review of the criminal case against Michael Flynn and specifically whether so called Brady material this is evidence that could be helpful to the defense had been turned over to his legal team and that's one of the responsibilities of the government in this review was carried out by the U. S. attorney for the Eastern District of Missouri Jeffrey Jensen and what's happened is that the fruits of that servers have now been placed under seal in the federal court here in Washington and we've seen these records made public at the request of Flynn's legal team and then also at the request of the justice department what do these records show and could they have any impact on the case since it was more than two years ago that Flynn pled guilty well there are two main threads to the records that we've seen so far the first tranche of records the big headline was associated with one page of handwritten notes we don't know who the author is but it documents a high level conversation within the FBI on the day Michael Flynn was interviewed by agents at the White House January twenty fourth twenty seventeen and in those hand written notes it talks about the objective of the FBI investigation and the language was what is our goal and it says truth admission or to get him to quote life so we can prosecute him or get him fired and the second set of records speak to the fact that earlier that month so during the presidential transition there had been an open case on general slain called crossfire research and a decision was made to close that case because they had not found derogatory evidence about our relationship with Russia but at the eleventh hour FBI agent Peter Strzok intervenes to keep that case open and that seemed to lay the path for that White House interview which is ultimately what Flynn pled guilty to lying to the agents about those contacts with the ambassador we had a news from the judge in this case who said that he does not want the defense to take any further action until all of these records from the so called Jensen review so the review by the U. S. attorney in the Eastern District of Missouri are before the courts so that's the way the judge is saying I want to see all the records in front of me before we really take further steps but critics.

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

Nurses share heartbreaking stories amid cross-country protest

"One some nurses at hospitals in several states are protesting this week over what they call a lack of preparedness by their employers and the lack of protective gear during this pandemic across the country please are the same from healthcare workers they need protective equipment and they needed now and some nurses have been speaking out to CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about the dangers and the personal challenges they're facing what I can tell you is it has quickly grown into a war zone IC you nurse Diane case shot this video inside her Yonkers New York hospital because she says she's so concerned the lack of personal protective gear is putting her and her fellow nurses at risk no isolation gowns and we are riddled with fear and anxiety because we don't have the proper equipment to take care of these patients so what we're Expendables that's how we feel CBS news spoke to more than a dozen nurses in six states who said their hospitals or nursing homes are rationing critical supplies is now routine to re use gallons and masks it's not made to be used multiple times question Hughes works at a long term care facility in Washington state her husband found a box of N. ninety five masks in their home emergency kit I wish I had enough to give them to everyone I decline to a young lady that I work with is seven months pregnant I'm afraid that I'll see my coworkers dying New York City I see you nurse tree Quan came back from maternity leave last month I was really torn about returning because I was worried about leaving My Baby and breast feeding and also just bringing back you know the virus but I I couldn't stay home and Connor watch she returned to overwhelmed emergency rooms and colleagues with corona virus symptoms the units and nurses are getting so Derek we are in the ice use now as patients but going public about their concerns also his wrists asked what is at stake during our interview Dianne Kay said my job and quite possibly being granted there's a a real big line here and some doctors don't face the same retribution is that nurses tail ill health care worker deserves to martyr themselves to this broken system I can't kiss my children I can't hold my children and this is gonna go on for months we work hard for patients because we're in actions about what we do but we didn't sign up to be exposed to a killer virus without proper protection since our interview Shelly Hughes who gave one of her and ninety five mass to a pregnant colleague has begun self isolating Hughes has some symptoms and she doesn't know whether it's her asthma acting up or covert nineteen that CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine

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U.S. stockpile of medical supplies "very stressed"

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U.S. stockpile of medical supplies "very stressed"

"The former director of the largest U. S. stockpile of medical supplies is telling CBS correspondent Catherine Herridge there is not enough inventory to meet the needs the system was very stressed great derail retired in January after twelve years as head of the strategic national stockpile the nation's eight billion dollar supply of medical equipment drugs and protective gear can the stockpile support the needs of American hospitals the strategic national stockpile is that very last lifeline it doesn't have everything unlimited resources that people like it the U. S. began tapping that lifeline earlier this month shipping supplies across the country from government warehouses their locations kept secret for national security

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Trump has not been tested for coronavirus - White House

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Trump has not been tested for coronavirus - White House

"Big number the White House says Mr trump has not been tested for the virus despite proximity to his new chief of staff CBS is Catherine Herridge arc meadows has confirmed directly with CBS news that he took a precautionary tests for Kobe nineteen and that it's come back negative he also confirmed that he is self quarantine for this fourteen day period and that will expire

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01:58 min | 1 year ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

"More we turn to C. B. S. news senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge this morning well the sentence is a seven counts a hundred eighteen months of running currently so that's forty months or three years and four months the judge said the stone does not have immediately to report to the bureau of prisons because he is still litigating for a new trial on the basis that he claims one of the senior jurors was biased against the trump administration it does seem at this point that it's probably not the final word and to all these issues are resolved so we have some court action probably as early as next week well some very dramatic scenes unfolded in court appeared to take some aim at the administration that's where the judge said stone was not prosecuted for standing up for the president she said rather he was prosecuted for covering up for the president and she also seem to put a shout out to the original prosecution team saying they had withdrawn from the case and that any allegation that the active on ethically or improperly was incorrect and she also emphasized that she believed the jurors had acted with integrity in this case so really it was very difficult to strip away the political overtones as the sentence was reached Catherine we mentioned that US stone chose not to address the court are we expecting to hear from him or you well one of the terms of his release prior to the sentencing is that he had a gag order and it was very restrictive he could not post on social media because that had run afoul of the judge you member that some months back and then also he could not give any interviews to the media and our understanding here at CBS news is that the gag order remains in effect I would note that it seems significant the language the president has used about stone after the sentence was known he said he wanted to see the system play out and that he thought he had a good chance of exoneration and that seems to be reading in between the lines.

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02:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Before the Attorney General shorten that recommendation and that has led of course to a mini revolt inside just as including the resignation of for prosecutors assigned to the case as well as complaints from bill bar that the president was making his job impossible joining us live on sky to talk about IT CBS news senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge Catherine wheel the sentence on stone be the final word in this case well the sentence is that seven counts a hundred eighteen months and as you noted it's running concurrently so that's forty months or three years and four months the judge said today the stone does not have immediately to report to the bureau of prisons because he is still litigating for a new trial on the basis that he claims one of the senior jurors was biased against the trump administration it does seem at this point that it's probably not the final word and two of these issues are resolved so we have some court action probably as early as next week well some very dramatic scenes unfolded in court today it appeared to take some aim at the administration tells about that that's where the judge said stone was not prosecuted for standing up for the president she said rather he was prosecuted for covering up for the president and she also seem to put a shout out to the original prosecution team saying they had withdrawn from the case and that any allegation that the active and ethically or improperly was incorrect and she also emphasized that she believed the jurors had acted with integrity in this case so really it was very difficult to strip away the political overtones as the sentence was reached Catherine we mentioned that does stone chose not to address the court are we expecting to hear from him or you well one of the terms of his release prior to the sentencing is that he had a gag order and it was very restrictive he could not post on social media because that had run afoul of the judge you member that some months back and then also he could not give any interviews to the media and our understanding here at CBS news is that the gag order remains in effect I would note that it seems significant the language the president has used about stone after the sentence was known he said he wanted to see the system play out and that he thought he had a good chance of exoneration and that seems to be reading in between the lines no indicator that a pardon could be immediate from the White House all right Catherine thanks much thanks thank you Catherine Herridge is investigative reporter with CBS news it's four forty four sometimes democracy.

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04:51 min | 2 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

"Little deeper now this morning with CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge the focus has been on these allegations of abuse of power that the president use the full force of his position and that of the White House to withhold military aid from Ukraine and then also to withhold this coveted White House meeting with the president in exchange for investigations into the former vice president Joe Biden and more specifically his son hunter Biden who sat on the board of this Ukraine energy company what also falls into that is the fact that the White House has not provided documents to the congressional house committees that investigated and they've also defied subpoena so that falls into that general picture the Democrats argue is abuse of power by the president of course we don't know whether or not witnesses will be called yet Catherine but Democrats sure want to hear from John Bolton white wine to hear from them well that's right John Bolton is really at the intersection of Rudy guiliani's pride in what he describes as independent investigation on behalf of his client Donald J. trump and then also the interests of the White House and US foreign policy based on the house testimony from multiple witnesses John Bolton saw what Rudy guiliani was doing as like a drug deal he described him as like a hand grenade that would go off Rudy Giuliani told CBS news that if the former national security adviser John Bolton had reservations about his activities in the investigations in Ukraine that he did not make that clear to him at the time Republicans of course get their turn on the Senate floor over the weekend and next week but what are the responses from the G. O. P. so far well the view of Republicans is that the Democrats may wish to have more witnesses but that really is leg work that should have been done by the house investigators it's not up to the Senate to sort of my new ground if you will in terms of the fact finding they also argue that for a president to exert executive privilege or to defy subpoena this is not a crime and it's not in their view an impeachable offense and they also argue that if the house Democrats wanted to enforce the subpoenas they should have gone to court but we all understand is that that would probably run at the time line and run out the clock with the litigation right up until the election that CBS senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge of the conversation with Dimitri and hello you're listening to one of three point five of them and W. T. O. 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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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07:10 min | 2 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Right this is something that kind of under the radar a little bit Catherine Herridge was now with CBS news she's a senior investigative correspondent a report on Friday Serra corner picks it up and she has it out as well and what this is about is that John Dorham is zeroing in now now in his investigation in the period spanning from January seventeenth when the president first January twenty seventeen when the president first took office to may of twenty seventeen which is when the Mahler investigation the molar team was put in place so that the period of time leading up to the mall or team being put in place there was a lot going on there that was really dramatic January twenty seventeen is when they briefed Donald Trump in trump tower yeah it's coming giving and the briefing about the dossier it's all the Michael Flynn discussions yeah all of that no according to Catherine Herridge she calls it a quote strong paper trail this trail of documents has reportedly led John Dorham to focus is inquiry into the origins of the rush investigation on that time period and there she according to Catherine Herridge it's leading investigators into possible misconduct by federal law enforcement and intelligence officials and that's where they're heading in that time frame that's where most of it seems to be that's is a very fertile ground at that time period for investigators well if Durham is hovering his legal helicopter over the beginning of twenty seventeen that is not good for at all these people who were a part of moving this information around within the government and going after president trump and his campaign that's a bad sign for them bar in Durham as we have traveled around the world for the investigation we know they were in Italy because of justice in a suit right and they they have already asked witnesses about possible anti trump bias among former FBI officials the DOJ in Korean clued scrutiny of former CIA director John Brennan how about a former director of national intelligence James clapper areas former FBI special agent Peter Strock and British former spy Christopher's steel now back in October it was reported the dorm was expanding the scope of his investigation he was adding agency was adding resources and that was to examine that time line up to the appointment of the mall or at of Mahler as special counsel may of twenty seventeen yes V. quote investigation into the investigators was reported to be upgraded to a criminal inquiry later in October we heard that we reported that these and that would give door on the power to empanel a grand jury and hand down indictments dorm has also review the intelligence community's conclusions about Russian interference in the twenty sixteen election he's looking into that right they know according Catherine Herridge little else is known other than dorm is exploring whether a crime was committed by Kevin Kline Smith notice by the way that Catherine Herridge is now CBS and she puts this report out and how much pick up doesn't get by the rest of the mainstream press none like non mana and it's so they're still treating her as a pariah if this in Niagara Falls because it because when she was checking for fox news world you're not allowed to listen to her use her as a as a source of authority even though she's a talented reporter very good is getting re report all of this information out and making a public and she's got a great record for reporting but leave all of that aside she's not allowed to be considered serious and this is inconvenient and pay attention to the way the reporting is going to happen going forward who knows of germs can in the end have actual prosecution of any of these people but I can say remember the James Comey story from last week refined of James Comey is under investigation for a week and a New York times was yeah the way the New York times piece was written we talked about it when I came out was deeply editorialize but one of the the ways they editorialize is this suggests that this is probably the result of Donald Trump trying to go after his political enemies and to the extent that you're gonna see reporting on the subject that we're talking about this morning John dorm looking into the beginning of twenty seventeen it's going to be friend the same way because trump has constantly call for call me to be investigator jailed or whatever blah blah blah it's going to be about how this is a political reckoning and not an actual legal one and I just think it's whole areas to claim that all my goodness government officials may be subjected to unfair scrutiny like are you serious everyone who was involved here was involved in the unfair scrutiny of Americans using the weapons of the justice system against innocent people what is Carter page have to say about this yeah you know what bothers me in this because my bugaboo that it's always some low level staffer who wants of doing time who wants to get front of us is Kevin Kline Smith yeah it was being investigated he was the one who according to Michael Horowitz altered allegedly alter that document yes to get the the FISA warrant that's fine he's on our page he was a lesser known figure but I think the mistake we've made up some outlets have made intentionally is to call him low level yeah that he doesn't want more power of name I know though you know I mean also according to Catherine Herridge among those of cooperating with bar is re tiled retired admiral Michael Rogers the former director of the national security LLC he scored his helping according to this report yeah pay attention to that that's important that I was a big deal because Mike Rogers you know we talk to Joe to Jennifer frequently we'll talk to next Monday we can ask about this but he's constantly pointing to Mike Rogers as the good guy and all of us that I'm a Rogers it was the one who is constantly trying to flag the nonsense remember the intelligence community assessment that came out the beginning of twenty seventeen where everyone agreed that Russia was trying to hurt Hillary and help Donald Trump and they all said they have confidence in that all the intelligence agencies do you know who didn't have complete confidence in that Mike Rogers actors and the NSA and writers had to explain himself is like well we do know they were trying to herd Hillary not so certain they were trying to fully help from he was the only dissenter in the whole group well once again thank you Catherine Herridge for excellent reporting we appreciate at seven twenty four on WMAL one of the sources of truth in media today one of five point nine FM W. 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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WTOP

"Surveillance when she was removed in may or before she was removed in may and a little earlier we talked to CBS news senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about the impact of some new records that are related to parlay partners and other people released by Democrats on impeach what matters here is the depth and the breadth of the records there are text messages voice mails photographs in hand written notes and poor now says this was always about twenty twenty not about twenty sixteen and he says that very senior members of the administration understood the nature of his work with Rudy Giuliani that was about finding derogatory information about the bidens not about alleged corruption in twenty twenty Catherine the is Capitol Hill launching its own investigations on this the house foreign affairs committee has requested records from the state department as well as a brief from diplomatic security about these allegations that there was tracking and surveillance of the former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie your bondage it is significant that the FBI has conducted a raid in Connecticut that are associated with these allegations and messages that have been handed over by Parnassus to the house committees but it's just not clear how serious this discussion was or whether it really was the result of a drunken conversation and you've been hearing directly from Rudy guiliani what does he say Rudy Giuliani told CBS news that led Parnassus is in his words an unreliable witness he's under federal indictment and that he's looking to curry favor with these house investigators because he's trying to cut a deal to avoid jail time and in addition to the president's comments there's also been a statement from the Attorney General who has been very clear that he was unaware of the work of Rudy Giuliani and he was never in Parnassus words brought into the loop about that investigation and Republicans are pushing back by saying folks look at the timing here these records have come to us at the eleventh hour and they allege it's really a move by Democrats to get their way with witnesses in the Senate trying to be as news senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge on Skype sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda Dave prestin Heller the capital's clash with New Jersey shortly it's the team's first game since getting that five year contract extension with Nicklas Backstrom John Carlson that's awesome music Heller those organizations on so much now he's such an exceptional talent happy to cavs loss to the devils five one just five nights ago seven PM start on fifteen hundred I am women's college hoops twentieth ranked Maryland meets Nebraska coach Brenda Frese for us play with that same amount of energy we have to have our freshman come ready to play our our young kids that you know our freshman sophomores are seniors are doing a great job leading.

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Trump orders killing of key Iranian commander in Baghdad airport strike

"U. S. airstrikes at the airport in Baghdad have killed Iran's top general Qassem Soleimani CBS news correspondent Catherine Herridge a senior US government official confirms to CBS news that the strike was in response to an active threat to US interests in the region personally overseen by general so the money the official said through the money played a quote significant role in what was described as an active plot the official make clear the U. S. is prepared to take further action if diplomats our soldiers are threatened by so the money's replacement Catherine Herridge CBS news

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Watchdog: Comey violated FBI policies in handling of memos

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01:14 min | 2 years ago

Watchdog: Comey violated FBI policies in handling of memos

"Justice department's inspector general found former FBI director James Comey acted improperly Schering memos that he kept saying or his personal ones that he kept on president drop boxes Catherine Herridge with details in the long awaited eighty three page report the justice department's internal watchdog concluded that former FBI director James Comey violated his own agency's policies and employment agreement in his handling of memos documenting in part private conversations with the president about the Russian investigation quote we had previously phone to call me for acting unilaterally and inconsistent with department policy what was not permitted was the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive investigative information obtained during the course of F. B. I. employment in order to achieve a personally desired outcome after being fired by the president in may twenty seventeen call me later told Congress he believe the memos were his property to share the report also stated that come is memos were not his they were official government records so you had the head of the FBI conducting himself you could write about it my entire life in a cover eighty three pages imagine how much stuff is in there that he did wrong to cover eighty

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Comey violated FBI policies in handling of memos

Michael Medved

08:12 min | 2 years ago

Comey violated FBI policies in handling of memos

"Catherine Herridge our chief intelligence correspondent fox news joins me in studio Catherine some very major news today breaking from the inspector general at the DOJ involving the fired FBI director James calmly and his handling of some classified and other materials tell us what we're learning well first of all guy it's not every day that the inspector general investigates a former FBI director because they're held to the highest standard because they set the tone for thirty five thousand F. B. I. government employees and what the inspector general found is that director call me violated F. B. I. policy violated his F. B. I. employment agreement and took matters into his own hands when he removed seven government memos documenting his private conversations with the president in order to achieve his own personal agenda which was the kick starting of the special counsel investigation an inspector general Michael E. Horowitz use the word dangerous example being set by director call me so this was misconduct and that is laid out over the course of dozens of pages and you use the phrase personal agenda that's not your editorializing at all although I think it's true it was actually written by the inspector general those words about coming that's right that he took the memos he shared them outside the bureau not only with his legal team who was who was not authorized to receive this information but also a New York times reporter and it was to pursue this personal agenda to kickstart a special counsel investigation and what's important if we just back up a little bit is that this is the same accusation which is made against his former deputy Andrew McCabe that he lied information about the existence of the Clinton foundation investigation in the fall of twenty sixteen to benefit himself personally to make it look like he was objective that he wasn't somehow beholden to the Democrats because of money his wife had received for state race in Virginia so McCabe we might circle back to him because there's a chance he might get prosecutor we had Andy McCarthy on the show yesterday talking about potential indictments coming down the pike for McCabe that will not be the case for calling me right so they outlined all of the abuses or example he's got you know he colored outside the lines of established FBI procedure and he's a leaker that's the other thing that the report found yes and that's important because part of his job as the chief law enforcement investigator for the nation is to prevent leaking and to track down leakers and when you look at the record today by the inspector general and you look at his FBI interview which was recently obtained by judicial watch you don't see the picture of an individual whose candid and forthcoming you see someone who is spinning information to their benefit and yes there will not be a prosecution in this case call me is sort of try to take a victory lap which is almost astonishing on Twitter quoting one part of the IG report he said the I. G. found no evidence that call me or his attorneys released any of the classified information contained in any of the memos to members of the media then he went on to say I don't need a public apology from those who defamed me but a quick message sorry lied about you would be nice that is from call me of course he is omitting all of the damning stuff in the report but he will not be prosecuted that's correct the justice department has declined to prosecute in this particular case the IG report is eighty three pages long it really is a laundry list of actions by the former director that went against all of the policies and the procedures that he was meant to uphold and he is correct he did not leak a memo to the media that a classified information what the document shows is that he shared memos one with classified information with his lawyers and he did that using a personal scanner and a personal on security email account and on its face that starts to check the boxes for something called eighteen U. S. C. seven ninety three south which is the gross negligence statute for mishandling classified information and if that rings a bell that was the same statute that they investigated Hillary Clinton for violating with her use of a personal server and her violations I think just objectively were far more numerous and far more serious on that front and call me is I mean she was sharing through that leg server other was taught was secret was top secret but the law doesn't you in this particular case what I've heard from former agents is they they know that he was fired very publicly and he was shamed publicly I mean this report does that but then they say there's no carve out in the law for getting fired and being shamed which allows you to escape prosecution and this is what is say unsettling to people because so far we had a handful of FBI executives who violated ethics rules by accepting gifts from journalists they have this led investigators they call it lack of candor or they have released information to reporters which was non public I think in one case it was under seal and none of these people have been prosecuted and there's kind of a joke that circulates in Washington they say maybe there are three tiers of justice there's justice for the average person there's justice for the powerful and connected and then there's the department of it just us to give a pass to F. B. I. N. DOJ people who are coloring outside the lines Catherine last question and I think it's important for the broader contacted by the way folks at home can hear her phone blowing up she is the chief intelligence correspondent she's getting info all the time so she's one of the few people that we allow to have our phones on here in the studio because she could have a breaking news group as soon as she walked out of the studio Catherine some people hearing okay cold the memos leaking you know Russia trump all of that is this the long awaited inspector general that distinction for the inspector general Michael E. Horowitz has had several investigations running in parallel one has been focused really on the actions of the FBI director and the handling of these memos that's what we got right now but the awaited reports deal with Faiza abuso alleged surveillance abuse and targeting of the trump campaign that's really kind of the mother lode in the situation and I believe there's going to be an additional investigation which looks at leaking whether this was a culture within the F. B. I.'s also from the IGS under director call me and then the the violation of ethics rules so accepting gifts from sources or from journalists there's also yet another investigation into this correct issue sat ordered by the Attorney General John Jerome is running at do you have any sense from your sources on the time line of when we might start to see some of these other investigations wrap up and go public with the conventional wisdom was that we would get the call me investigation first which is what's happened this week and it would be the precursor to any big findings on the FISA investigation I think what you the folks at home have to I would not be surprised if some of the files investigation is redacted in part because the US attorney in Connecticut is still pursuing these issues and there may be information they don't want out in the public to me but is the term investigation and possible criminal prosecution which would be the one that's most concerning to some of these

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U.S. officials designing program to prevent ransomware attacks in 2020

Dave Ramsey

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. officials designing program to prevent ransomware attacks in 2020

"Cyber security remains a major concern ahead of the twenty twenty election that's the big target is the twenty twenty election only in security cyber official Christopher crabs warning is now going a step further with the launch of a new program to blog ransomware attacks on voter registration data bases over the last decade ransomware attacks were hackers lockdown computer networks for money has hit multiple states with the damage causing a ripple effect in Baltimore three months after ransomware attack the city is still struggling to issue water bills earlier this month in Texas nearly two dozen local government networks were hit forcing officials to manually process basic paperwork throwing them back into the digital dark ages that fox's Catherine Herridge reporting from

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Maybe all right okay I never I never thought about that right okay I think they'll get cut out look at Catherine Herridge to start screaming questions no I wouldn't do I don't think so I had to just for that I had to die look up the definition of flash okay what is confrontation skirmish brush encounter engagement call Luzhin what we found it synonyms of of of of of of clash okay because clashes a violent confrontation or a mismatch of colors case is something clashes there that bad yet again yes either so it's either a violent confrontation yeah is what it is now yeah and then said it was a big confrontation scrimmage brushing counter engagement collusion incident incident conflict fight battle so was it an incident can we give him that's a sentiment it now I think ending a press conference is not an incident otherwise you're gonna have to report that the the the the you know it's at two PM that will start at one PM at two PM there will be an incident ending a press conference is not an incident how many times of have presidents in general how many times the president's walked away from reporters still asking questions all these all every time I would drop it becomes because line it's it's a classic flat is the incident no it's not trump is denying a cost to his free speech rights by layered readers question right after the press conference is over we're not the enemy of the people were were smart but everybody says Michael.

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Ten minutes with the stuff exclusive whistleblower alleges a cutting edge DNA program that would boost border security is not being use the homeland security pilot program is designed to screen individuals held by customs and border protection agents against an FBI database for violent crimes and this is a report by Catherine Herridge away trust almost completely one hundred percent top government watchdog on Wednesday alerted president trump and Congress that C. B. peace customs and border protection through a disturbing pattern of misconduct has endangered the public for nearly a decade by failing to comply with the federal law burglar requiring that the agency collect DNA samples from detained migrants in a scathing letter to trump exclusively obtained by fox news the US office of special counsel said CB peas non compliance with the law has allowed subjects subsequently accused the violent crimes including homicide and sexual assault to elude detection even when detained the multiple times by C. B. P. or immigrations and customs enforcement this is scary the they would cut the White House was told it was taking the strongest the what the White House was told that it was taking the strong as possible step the OSC to review the agency's failure to comply with the law as well as its on reasonable attempts to defend its own conduct oh boy oh boy otherwise how you can establish familial relationships among migrants this is this is heating up again.

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Forecast. A few clouds to the early morning chilly. Lows thirty four to thirty eight and for Wednesday sunshine, high sixty to low forty two Thursday a stray light. Late morning shower. Now the question otherwise mostly cloudy to partly cloudy, high sixty two lows thirty seven to forty Friday sunshine, high sixty five lows thirty six to thirty nine forty three degrees on Peachtree street at two thirty five. I'm Mark Alewine. News ninety five five AM seven fifty WSB. Depend on it. Brian kilmeade. Back everybody. Joining us now is Catherine Herridge Catherine's one of the busiest people around is Mark meadows. Shook everybody up last night by saying he's got a major announcement about an ambassador somehow involved in the the Fiso warrant as well as the steel report. And then today, we had the release of the papers and the facts behind the reason for the rate of Michael Collins offices, which caused them to flip on the president and be is number one enemy for one of it. He used to be number one ally. Catherine Herridge, welcome back. Thank you for having me got mad. I can't thanks so much for the time. I can imagine you're going through this paperwork, which should we know about the reasons behind the Michael Cohen office Ray last year. Right. I think there two major takeaways from these records one is that the special counsel investigation into Cohen's activities. So the finances of Michael Cohen and his business relationship with then candidate Trump really predates the raid. Which took place in the spring of two thousand eighteen but more specifically that they sought Email traffic from Cohen's g mail account that spans at June twenty sixteen until November twenty seventeen. So of course, that's the period where there were the alleged payments or hush money payments to two women and it takes us through the twenty sixteen elections. So this sort of moved time line forward by by several months. The other is that when you look at the records some sections are heavily blacked out or redacted and those are sections that specifically relate to campaign finance violations, and that's another indicator or another tip that that's a central focus for investigators that remain on the Cohen case. And when you say were it's hard to know what to redaction, but can you imply infer that maybe this has to do with stormy Daniels and McDougal or something else. Well, I I don't wanna guess for folks. What's behind the reductions? But the context of of the directorates. Is in the context of campaign, finance or election violations, and that timeframe of the of the payments again this summer of two thousand sixteen and pass the presidential election. I would say that when you look at the records here. There's only one thing I've seen so far that has sort of a foreign hook or element to it. And that was a consulting group that Cohen hits stood up. It was consulting group where these alleged payments were made from and that was a consulting group that took took foreign money though. I haven't been able to see who those individuals were at this point. Well, when you heard Mark meadows last night say I got a big announcement about an ambassador is involvement in this. Would you thought will you thoughts? A couple of things on the Fiso, which is the the processes used to obtain surveillance warrants relies on something that's called a verified application, and what that means. But the court is at the information that's presented has been authenticated. If you will by the FBI and the Justice department, so they can stand behind it. They have a special responsibility to that surveillance court to tell them about information, which is they say exculpatory or or contrary to obtaining the warrant because only one party goes to that court, not not the subject of the surveillance warrant, and I think the congressman is referring to someone within the State Department based on my reporting because we have a pretty good sense now from these transcripts that have been revealed, and then also records that were unsealed at the end of last week in the defamation suit with BuzzFeed that the dossier was really being sort of the government. Network was being post with the dossier in the final months of the campaign and then during the transition period, and that it was coming at the FBI and the Justice department through many different lanes or many different avenues..

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"catherine herridge" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"catherine herridge" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Island was struck by two trains late Tuesday, killing all three people in the truck. Very tragic cautionary tale that we just don't try to beat the train. It's not Nassau County executive Laura current some of the trans passengers also slightly injured about ninety feet of concrete on the train platform at Westbury New York smashed by one of the trains, the Long Island. Railroad says service for morning commuters could be affected the man who wants served President Trump has his personal attorney testifies to congress again on Wednesday. House oversight committee will hold a public hearing to explore non Russia related issues. They grew out of the Coen prosecution in the southern district of New York house committee, Democrats say they'll ask about payments made. Well, Trump was running for president to silence women who claim to have had affairs with him charges. The president denies Catherine Herridge on Tuesday Cohen game seven hours of closed-door testimony to the Senate intelligence committee. That's the same committee. He's admitted line to in two thousand seventeen Democrats planning to push legislation. Expanding background checks for every gun. Purchase of the country. Back in control of the house after eight years Democrats plan to advance legislation to tighten background check requirements. It is reflective of our changing national conversation around gun violence. Freshman Georgia Democrat, Lucy Macbeth's son died in a shooting twenty twelve the legislation would require background checks on all firearm sales and transfers and extend background check reviews from three days, the ten closing the so. Called Charleston loophole. There are no plans to take up the bills in the Senate. President Trump has threatened to veto concluding the measures do not sufficiently protect second amendment rights on Capitol Hill Jared Halpern. Fox News Wall Street Tuesday. The Dow down nearly thirty four points, the NASDAQ and the s&p five.

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Trump ex-campaign head Manafort to cooperate with Russia probe

Sean Hannity

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Trump ex-campaign head Manafort to cooperate with Russia probe

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Paul Manafort trial Day 11: Defense rests, Manafort will not take the stand

Dave Ramsey

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Paul Manafort trial Day 11: Defense rests, Manafort will not take the stand

"News the final phase of the corruption trial. Against President Trump's former campaign manager gets underway. Tomorrow after his defense called no witnesses Manafort, chose not to testify his lead attorney Kevin, downing made a brief statement, to reporters we. Live, in. The United States of America Presumed innocent until proven. Guilty we believe the government cannot be deferred In the ninth floor courtroom judge T S Ellis reminded the jury that Manafort who faces Bank and tax fraud charges with a maximum sentence. Of three. Hundred and five years is under no obligation to mount a defense closing arguments will begin Wednesday morning with the judge directing. The prosecution and defense to take no more than two. Hours each the judges allotted ninety minutes for, his, separate jury

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Dozens killed as wildfires rage around Greek capital

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Dozens killed as wildfires rage around Greek capital

"Tragedy strikes. Greece with dozens, killed by, wildfires I'm Carmen Roberts Fox News tourist and. Locals pack the highways and streets trying to escape wildfires, raging out of control around Athens at least forty nine dead. More than one hundred seventy, injured the prime minister cut short an official trip to Bosnia in order to help coordinate the response, to what is a dire situation overwhelmed. By the scale of the devastation the Greek authorities have asked for international assistance in two major forest fires that are out of control. On either side of the capitol they. Also, declared a state of emergency meanwhile a separate search is underway for ten tourists who've not been seen since fleeing the flames in a boat Sky News correspondent. Phil Edwards President Trump's considering yanking the security clearances up some of his top, critics such as former CIA director John Brennan who blasted, the president And over. His handling of, the summit with Russian President Putin the announcement. From White House, press secretary, Sarah Sanders seemed to stun reporters not only. Is the president looking to take away Brennan security clearance, he's also looking into the clearances of Komi Clapper payden rice. And McCabe most of the, officials who are impacted worked under the Obama administration the president is exploring the mechanisms to remove security, clearance because they've politicized and in some. Cases monetize their public service and security clearances but the former CIA director Michael Hayden served under President Bush FOX's Catherine Herridge a. US. Research group says North Korea's starting to. Dismantle, key facilities at its main satellite launch site so if so that would be a step towards Kim Jong keeping a promise that he made to President Trump. In June and on Wall Street Dow futures are up sixty eight points after, the index fell thirteen.

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Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News

Ron St. Pierre

02:01 min | 3 years ago

Investigative reporter Brian Ross leaves ABC News

"Abc news investigative reporter brian ross member gaffe that he made and his top producer rhonda schwarzer leaving the network their departure coming seven months after ross was suspended for an incorrect report about president trump ross wrongly reporting in december bad while he was a presidential candidate trump had directed divisor michael flynn to make contact with the russians however the request to flynn who later briefly became national security advisor actually came when trump was the presidentelect ross was suspended for four weeks over the incorrect story and told that he could no longer report on trump ross said that in a note to his abc colleagues yesterday that while he and schwartz are leaving abc they're not leaving investigative reporting but abc's the reporter he's been with that network by the way for twenty four years is out and it says destroying hundreds of millions of records that go back to two thousand fifteen after analysts found technical irregularities in data provided by phone companies whose fox's catherine herridge more details in securing america the nsa was not supposed to get some of the information that includes phone numbers and length of coal but not the content the aclu nima single yanni says the data is still revealing essentially information that would allow the nsa to put together a picture of the most intimate details of someone's life according to an agency statement it was not feasible for the nsa to identify and isolate the data it was authorized to receive so with approval from the justice department and head of the intelligence community the nsa said the appropriate course of action was to delete the records tom kellerman is the cybersecurity officer at carbon black my great concern is here as a purge this data that there will be of interest regarding specific individuals who were planning terrorist attacks in washington catherine herridge fox news it is now six twenty time to hit the roadways the traffic and weather now on the tens we do it every ten minutes and it's the courtesy hyundai drive courtesy dot com traffic center once again john hamlet john's report is being brought to us by express employment professionals accidental washburn.

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Supreme Court throws out Minnesota ban on voter political apparel

The Troubleshooter

01:43 min | 3 years ago

Supreme Court throws out Minnesota ban on voter political apparel

"Before hillary clinton's fbi interview for mishandling classified information was a game changer in addition to other intelligence that implied lynch would not let the email investigation go too far officers catherine herridge the report could call out a number of officials including fire deputy fbi chief andrew mccabe was already been accused of lying to investigators the president just tweeting no collusion and no obstruction calling the russia probe a witch hunt again separately vowing not to settle a new lawsuit against the trump foundation charity new york's attorney general claiming illegal conduct that benefited the trump family and businesses free speech includes what voters wear at the polls that bottom line from the us supreme court fox's jill nato live in washington it started with a tea party voter who was wearing a don't tread on me t shirt into a minnesota polling station in two thousand ten that was a violation of state law that says no political closer pins are allowed while voting now the supreme court ruling seventy two that state law violates the first amendment most states do have laws restricting what voters can wear to the polls but minnesota's was very broad the state's saying the low was helping keep order at polling places not clear yet on how many other states may be affected by this ruling lisa thanks chill fox news fair and balanced on the streets of miami speed is law so when a corn dog goes after the wrong girl one man will bring her tummy ultra strength among my way don't get wrecked by hartberg nothing works passive in tom's your mustard gas but my tomes faster.

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Catherine Herridge, Chairman and Justice Department discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

The Jim Bohannon Show

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Catherine Herridge, Chairman and Justice Department discussed on The Jim Bohannon Show

"Fox news radio i'm rich denison a gunman fired shots through the window of a trenton florida restaurant this afternoon killing two sheriff's deputies gilchrist county sheriff robert schulz says the deputies families are devastated but proud understood when their loved ones pinned on a badge and they strapped on a gun that this is a possibility investigators say responding officers found the suspected gunman dead outside the restaurant memos written by former fbi director james comey have been released to several house committees which requested them fox's catherine herridge a week ago three committees the republican chairman asked for the memos to be provided the deadline was monday it was missed the justice department got an extension and that brings us to today most of the contents of the memo regarding interactions between the president and komi have already been made public.

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