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Kimberley Johnson on How Trump Ruined Bipartisan Mainstream Media

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02:08 min | 16 hrs ago

Kimberley Johnson on How Trump Ruined Bipartisan Mainstream Media

"We you pointed this out, but it's just this mainstream media stuff just drives me insane. You were saying, I don't even hear them cover. They've covered Democrats doomed so many times. I know you're missing the Democrats and pulled ahead in generic polling. There's new polling showing Biden and Harris beating Trump beating desantis showing Harris beating desantis. And they just don't, they're so hard. They never report on that. Yeah. They're just so we D to this storyline, right? And meanwhile, like you said, I think roe is a huge thing, but I think it's not even the only thing. Like, look at the most legislatively successful president since LBJ with a 50 50 Senate. I mean, it is truly every barometer 50 year low in jobless. I mean, the jobless numbers just came out Friday. I mean, I don't know how you can spin it anymore that Biden is an incredibly successful. What do you make of the approval numbers for him because to me it's just this relentless mainstream media coverage that I don't know how we overcome it? Yeah, I mean, I think I know CNN, the guy who wants CNN is like Friends with Donald Trump. Obviously, these people who own, I don't know how many there are who own the major cable. And then obviously the big papers. You know, they're wealthy and unfortunately in some cases wealthy business owners, which prefer Republicans because they get all the tax breaks. And you know, and then they have the friendships and whatever. And I don't know the behind stories, but yeah, there's, you know, the fairness doctrine going away. Right. And 24/7 news that is reliant on views clicks and attention. I think that's where it's coming from an unfortunately people are more concerned about clicks and dollars than they are about just getting the news out. What we used to be as a country where it came to news and we could all no matter what party you were in, go to that ABC News NBC News CBS world news tonight, whatever it was. And we could all just, you know, we might not agree, but we all believed them. Right. No longer happened. We killed that. Right.

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02:02 min | 6 d ago

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"Virtual overseas trip House speaker Nancy Pelosi landed in Taipei Tuesday morning. U.S. on the killing of Al-Qaeda's leader. The assessment is high confidence that we got who we were Raymond for. Flood recovery in eastern Kentucky. We will get back on our feet. This is the CBS world news roundup late edition. I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago. House speaker Nancy Pelosi is in Taiwan raising tensions with China with which regards the self ruled island as a renegade province to be annexed by force if necessary. CBS's Natalie brand. Pelosi penned an op-ed about the trip saying in part, in the face of the Chinese Communist Party's accelerating aggression, our visit should be seen as an unequivocal statement that America stands with Taiwan or democratic partner as it defends itself and its freedom. As for China's threats of targeted military action, CBS News contributor Isaac stone fish suggests we'll see is increased hacking against Taiwanese and potentially American assets, increased pressure against time we need and potentially American businesses. The Senate is voting again on a bill that would expand healthcare and disability benefits for veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic chemicals. The U.S. is killing of Al-Qaeda's leader has sparked criticism of the president's handling of the Afghanistan pull up. The White House says the Taliban has broken its word. We know who they harbored and we know some of the steps they tried to take after this strike to cover up the evidence of it. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby pushed back against critics of President Biden, who argue the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan has allowed that country to become a safe haven for terrorists. I think we proved to a fairly well this weekend. That it isn't a safe haven and it is going to be going forward. Stephen portnoy CBS News The White House. In Kentucky crews are searching for survivors in hard to reach areas following some of the most devastating flooding in that state. Governor Andy beshear says there is another concern, the heat. He says cooling centers are open, but getting there is a problem. Every impacted community, we need to get the

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01:31 min | 6 months ago

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"Is the CBS world news roundup late edition I'm Jennifer Kuiper in Chicago A State Department spokesperson tells CBS News that it has received Russia's written response to the U.S.'s proposal on Ukraine not wanting to negotiate in public it says the State Department will leave it up to Russia if they want to discuss it Russia has strong words for the U.S. CBS's Holly Williams is in Ukraine The Russian ambassador has accused the U.S. of trying to quote whip up hysterics And remember of course that despite those roughly 100,000 Russian troops massed along Ukraine's border Russia maintains that it has no plans to invade Ukraine This is the UN Security Council held a stormy debate on Moscow's troop build up near its southern border U.S. ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas Greenfield tells the council This is as clear and consequential a threat to peace and security as anyone can imagine A federal judge rejects a plea deal prosecutors had reached with two white men who were convicted in Georgia state court of shooting and killing a young black man Ahmaud Arbery's mother had bitterly complained that the prosecutors went behind her back she wants her son's killers to be tried on federal hate crimes charges saying it would put to rest any arguments that they were acting in self defense In February 2020 father and son Greg and Travis mcmichael armed themselves and chased Arbery in a pickup truck after spotting him running in their neighborhood William roddy Bryan joined the chase and recorded cell phone video of Travis mcmichael shooting and killing Arbery to three men were found guilty of murder and state court and sentenced to life in prison Christopher Cruise CBS News CBS.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Highlights podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at K I R. O Americans still stuck in Afghanistan. This is really turning into a hostage situation. Extra unemployment benefits expiring benefits really helped me a Good morning. I'm Deborah Rodriguez with the CBS World News Roundup. The Taliban says it has now taken full control of Afghanistan, capturing the last major province Panjshir, just north of Kabul. It comes as hundreds of Americans and others with US visas are still stuck trying to get out. Correspondent Charlie Dagga to is in Doha, Qatar. Satellite photos of the airport in Mazar I Sharif, north of Kabul, shows six passenger planes on the runway. Among 1000 or so people trying to leave on those planes are dozens of American citizens. All the Taliban would tell us is they're looking into it. Senior Republican Foreign Affairs Committee member Michael McCaul accused the group of holding Americans hostage six airplanes. With American citizens on them as I speak also with these interpreters, and the Taliban is holding them hostage for demands. State has cleared these flights and the Taliban will not let them leave the airport. Fighting has been raging in the Panjshir Valley north of Kabul after surrounding the region. The Taliban intensified fighting over the weekend. Have now raised their flag in an apparent sign of victory. Expanded federal unemployment benefits expired.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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"This is the CBS World News Round Up late Edition. I'm Jennifer Kipper in Chicago. President Biden says U. S troops will leave Afghanistan By August 31st CBS Stephen Portnoy with the latest Called the Afghan forces well equipped as any army in the world. But the U. S intelligence community has reportedly warned the Afghanistan government would fall in the months after a US withdrawal. That is not true, Mr Biden said. It's his view the Afghan government could sustain if it can coexist with the Taliban. Question is Will they generate the kind of cohesion to do it? Stephen Portnoy CBS News The White House. CBS is Charlie Degra is in Kabul. The war is raging and it's going across the northern provinces, and that's a real concern. We saw for ourselves just outside Kabul, about an hour and a half drive. That's where the front line is Now. That's where the Taliban is. The Covid Delta variant is causing concern among US health officials. And one drug company says it has something that might help. Fizer, who's vaccine is viewed as one of the most effective says it will seek authorization to administer a third dose. The company says the additional dose will increase immunity levels and could help fight off the delta variant, which is fast becoming the most worrisome strain. Pfizer says it's research shows that the all important antibodies which attack the Covid virus rise dramatically after a third shot. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS Four More bodies are recovered from the rubble of the Surfside, Florida condo collapse. The death toll is 64. Even though this is now a recovery mission. Miami Dade Police director Freddy Ramirez says crews are still working quickly. Nothing has changed our homicide. Our crime.

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01:42 min | 1 year ago

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"Building this sweltering Pacific Northwest. It is super hot here. President Biden out infrastructure millions of good paying jobs. This is the CBS World News Roundup. Late Edition. I'm Jennifer Kipper in Chicago. It's Day six of the search for survivors of the Florida condo building collapse. 1/12 body has been found in 149 people are unaccounted for CBS's Manuel Bojorquez with more. The investigation also continues. It could take quite some time. But we're hearing even more information come out about Flags in the building. A letter from the condo president to residents said that the price of renovations that needed to be done was going to go up to $15 million and referenced some of the deterioration to concrete. In the garage area. Another hot day in the Pacific northwest Vancouver, Canada is reporting it dozens of heat related deaths. K excels John Eric Smith with more on the situation in Portland, Oregon. Multnomah County Health director Dr Jennifer Vine says the heat in Portland really took a toll on some people's health Friday. We have picked up 97 emergency department and urgent care visits for heat illness. That's about as many as we get in an entire Summer. Doctor. Vines also says her department thinks that number is likely an undercount because emergency department have been so busy that they've actually had to to rotate and a round robin kind of way. The forecast for Portland is expected to be cooler today, just in the high nineties. John Eric Smith for CBS News, Portland, Oregon In Wisconsin. President Biden promotes the $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal. A bipartisan group of senators struck last week will put American workers are working. Good paying.

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01:31 min | 1 year ago

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"This is the CBS World News Round up late edition. I'm Jennifer Kipper in Chicago. President Biden is now in the UK CBS's Steve Futterman with the latest president. Biden was greeted as he arrived in the UK, He said the next week of meetings with G seven and NATO leaders are vital as the country shows a new diplomatic direction. The United States is back. And democracies of the world are standing together. At the end of the trip, Mr Biden will meet with Vladimir Putin, the president said. The U. S does not want conflict with Russia. Our two nations share incredible responsibilities and among them ensuring strategic stability. This is President Biden's first international trip. Steve Futterman. CBS News. Seattle's mayor, calls it a momentous day, saying her city is the first major city in the U. S to have 70% of residents 12 and older, fully vaccinated. KCBS is Holly Kwon says San Francisco is hot on Seattle's tail. If Herd immunity is 80 to 90%, San Francisco is nearly there with close to 80% of its eligible residents having at least one shot. One reason San Francisco's vaccination numbers are so good, it's because there are fewer little kids, the ones still not eligible for the vaccine. How will this play when it comes to dropping mask mandates come next week. U C San Francisco epidemiologist Dr George Rutherford. We're trying to get herd immunity up high enough that will be reasonably assured that if if a chain of transmission starts, it will stop quickly. Holly Kwan for CBS NEWS,.

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01:37 min | 1 year ago

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"You're not Toby 20 seconds. This's the CBS World News Round A Blade edition on that Piper in New York doing town halls after what was supposed to be a debate between President Trump and Joe Biden was canceled. They will now take questions from audience members at the same time tonight on competing networks. Biden in Philadelphia and Mr Trump in Miami, you know big set up tonight, right? So I'm doing this down, all with Con Casio end. Right Con because it's a con job, political analyst Larry Sabato. I doubt it has any effect at all. Unless one of the candidates makes AH, horrible mistake. Basically, people are going to tune in for their side. This election has shown how few really hardcore undecided. There are Kamala Harris will be suspending her campaign travel for now because two people involved in the campaign have tested positive for Coben 19. Correspondent Ed O'Keefe. The campaign says the senator wasn't in close contact is defined by the CDC with either of the individuals during the two days prior to their positive covert tests, and so she doesn't have to quarantine but out of an abundance of caution, and in line with the Biden campaigns, commitment to take the pandemic seriously. They're canceling her plans through Sunday, Half a dozen states are reporting daily hike over cases and hospitalizations Correspondent Mulaney 17 States are now seeing surges unlike anything they've experienced during this pandemic, and no state in the U. S. Is seeing a sustained decline. Hot spots are flaring up across the Midwest, with smaller rural hospitals fighting just to hold on. It's not a joke, but we say we swimming Cove it. Dr. Scott Sandlin.

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

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"We'll have the latest right here and on Wall Street, the Dow picked up 1 61 7 o'clock. Louisiana gets doubled again dangerous wind gusts and tremendous amounts of rain. Dr. Douchey confirms what's been feared he had a super spreader event in the White House. Cove it spreading again. Early, asymptomatic, Silent spread. This's the CBS World News Round up late edition on that Piper in New York. Any moment now Hurricane Delta is expected to make official landfall along the Louisiana coast. The category two storm is packing winds of 100 MPH. Correspondent Maria Ariel is in Lake Charles. As we talk to the mayor yesterday, their biggest issue and concern was all the debris piles. They still have, uh, sitting around from Hurricane Laura, which hit roughly six weeks ago. Theis, you also has become They have 6000 homes right now, with blue tarps on them, which more than likely will be blown off as the wind gusts continue to increase and as Hurricane Delta obviously continues to make landfall, CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson on what's expected Dangerous wind gusts over hurricane speed on DH tremendous amounts of rain. To be happening over the next several hours. This just in the next debate between President Trump and Joe Biden has officially been canceled. Both campaigns are reportedly working on town Hall style event to be held instead, next Thursday. We have also just learned for White House residents. Staffers tested positive for Corona virus about three weeks ago, including three members of the housekeeping staff. President Trump will speak to a crowd tomorrow on the South Lawn of the White House. It follows an interview are Steven Portnoy had with Dr Anthony Vow to you for the first time is confirming what's been believed about an event there nearly two weeks ago, the nation's leading infectious disease expert says. It's clear the data speaks of themselves. We had a super spreader. Events in the White House. In a CBS News radio interview, Dr Anthony found.

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

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"The CBS World News Round Up late edition on that Piper in New York. Tonight's the Night the first face off between 2020 presidential candidates Donald Trump and Joe Biden, CBS News political analyst Leonard Steinhorn with President Trump. We know to expect the unexpected. He'll do his best to roll marbles down the hallway and try to get Joe Biden to stumble. Biden also has to show something else. That's important to voters that he can stand toe to toe with Donald Trump and exude the type of character strength we want in a president. CBS's Skylar Henry in Cleveland, says protesters are expected outside and security's tight a security perimeter has been set up around the debate hall. 300 members of the Ohio National Guard, have been deployed to assist law enforcement in the area. The Secret Service and the FBI are also on an CBS's Bo Eriksen says on the heels of that damaging New York Times report about President Trump's tax is Joe Biden is out with his returns. The former vice president has now released 22 years of his tax returns showing him and former second lady Jill Biden earned millions from book deals in speaking fees after leaving the White House in 2017, But the Bidens for the past three years have passed. Need an infective federal tax rate between 32 33% correspondent Jim Krystle a on a behind the scenes effort from the White House to reopen schools during the pandemic, CBS News has confirmed the top White House officials, including Dr Debra Burps, pressured the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention over the summer to downplay the risk of sending Children back to school. White House officials searched for alternate data showing that the covert 19 pandemic was easy and posed little danger to Children. Leaders at the CDC were deeply alarmed by the degree of pressure from the Trump administration. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney, Barrett began meeting with GOP senators today ahead of her confirmation hearings next month. To California, where firefighters were struggling to make headway against two huge fires in the Napa wine region. Jan Zaken had to flee her home. We opened the car door and our dogs fled, and we were screaming for help, and I haven't felt my dog 80,000 people are under evacuation orders. Disney,.

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08:18 min | 2 years ago

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"You ever listening to Charles Lawton Norman Carbons, adaptation and production of Sandberg First of an American village e based on the works of three great modern writers. With Mr Louder than the cast where Hans Conrad while he man Residues mccambridge Dick Ryan Joan Lauren will ride. Joe Grandba- Lorraine Tunnel Bob Bruce Norman. Field Ross Horace Willard. Jong Franklin Parker Harry Bartell, Edmar and Earl Robinson. Bernard, Herrmann composed and conducted the original score. At the same time next week CBS. We'll bring you the second program of an American trilogy Carlin's production of selections from the writings of Thomas. Again with an original score like Olympia has prize winning Bernard Hermann. The ionized these big John Program was cancelled tonight in order to bring you the previous broadcast. Big Town will be heard at the same time next week over these stations. Let the CBS the Columbia Broadcasting System. It's up to the minute coverage of the invasion of western. Europe. CBS World now brings the latest news development followed by reports by its correspondents at home and abroad. I for the latest news dispatches here is John Daly. Here is what we know officially about the progress of the invasion of Europe at this moment, the second communique from Supreme Allied Headquarters issued early this evening, eastern wartime told us that our forces succeeded in their initial landings, and that fighting continues. Our landings were affected undercover of a heavy air and naval bombardment. We know officially that our naval casualties were light, much lighter than expected rather than Roosevelt, told his radio best conference after noon today, eastern wartime United States naval losses where to destroy US and one landing ship for tanks. To rear admirals of the United States Navy would have bought cruises which took part in the naval bombardment, which preceded the landings Rear Admiral Alan Goodrich, Kirk, commander, of one of the Task Forces Watch the operations from his flagship the cruiser. And Rear Admiral Morton L. Deo was in command of the cruiser Tuscaloosa in American, battleship Nevada pace. The thousand allied ships that made up the striking ARMATA. We know officially to modern. The thousand troop-carrying planes and gliders dropped allied paratroopers and other airborne troops behind the German lines in France. The airborne phase of the operation met with what the Allied High Command described as unexpected success and prime minister Churchill told the House of Commons earlier in the day, but I'll parachute. Troops seized the number of vital bridges before the Germans had time to blow them up. Churchill gave the only official allied indication of just where our troops landed, and how father have advanced. He announced that allied invasion spearhead penetrated the railroad town of Khan nine and a half miles inland, but reports from the German indicate tonight that forces pushed inland from seven and a half to ten miles at key points along a sixty mile front, and the radio said where thirteen miles inland one point north of come. While the official reports are happening, but meagre in detail we do know from the request correspondence and allied pilots who flew over the battle area. That I'll progress appears to be good in every area. We know too that there's no German counterattacks up to this time. Although such attacks are expected momentarily at eight PM Eastern wartime the German controlled Peres radio that an important American naval. Squadron was cruising off Chevron. CBS correspondent child culling would reports that we have already taken some German prisoners. He saw them line up at the end of one of our beachheads. At the same time, the first wounded men from the invasion front have landed back in England and about them. We have this report. Despite their wounds, many were cheerful and smiling. To round out the unofficial reports in the invasion, the London Daily Mail seven dispatch from Stockholm, but Adolf Hitler is expected to make a speech soon from somewhere in the west, where he said to be personal command of the Anti invasion operation, and that's the best news we've had today considering his record debate as commander of the German forces in the field. Now a picture of American fighting men, and how they react in battle by one who has seen them in action. Here is Colombia's war quarter when Reynolds. I know nothing about the mass strategy of war, and it would be presumptuous for me to try to guess what will happen tomorrow or the next day, and I have no idea tall to the final outcome of this most daring all military operation. But I do know Gi Joe. I saw him in action in Sicily and Salerno and I know his reactions. I, know his hopes and his fears. I know that he has been looking forward eagerly to this test. Just as he wants, looked forward to playing and a big high school football game. All. He was a bit nervous about it, but he knew that once it began. His nervousness would leave. It was tough. The Gi Joe Crossing the channel last night. Because, he knew they were enemy minefield that had to be crossed. Then, sitting there on the deck of a ship. Had nothing to do. Nothing to do but think. It was a chaplain. Every lodge ship in the invasion Amada. Chaplain was running during the Sicilian invasion during the Solano operation at Anzio. The G. Gi Joe doesn't want. Any sermons preached to him just. Before we goes into battle. He wants a pat on the back. Sometimes he wants to talk. To unburden himself. That's what Gi Joe did last night. That's got talking with the Padre. And it didn't matter much. What faith the Padre belong to? All chaplains wear the same uniform. And there was only one God at the front. and. The invasion fleet mid the enemy code. Now Gi Joe tightened up. Examined as M, three submachine gun Catholic took it apart, but it together thing it is clips Savannah Munition. He kept telling himself that he wasn't afraid. Telstar once said and Warren piece. Every. Soldier is afraid that he will be week at the decisive moment. Telstar was right. G. I O. G. I joe felt that way. Well. They got near the enemy coast. Nervousness increased. Maybe, he lit a cigarette, then tossed into the deck when an office called sharply, but that out. And, then it was h our. It was tumbling over the side into a waiting LCI. Himself because there was a slight swell, and he grin weekly at his pals indistinct in the same dog. They all spelled as he did. was like that high school just before the kick-off. then. The boat started tug Shar. Wasn't much opposition as I went to show. The boat grounded a few feet from the beach and Gi Joe out keeping his gun high over his head. Adjusting steel helmet. The German, modern machine gunfire opened up. He! Had the bullets whistling past and he ducked instinctively. And he laughed sheepishly. There are no foxhole meaningless channel. He surged fall within the Cold Water Abrasive. Many hit land. Sappers attached to his company dashed ahead to be sure that we're. No mind. Now suddenly, the nervousness left G. Joe. He looked cooley ahead. And when he saw flash, the automatically lifted as Tommy got an sprayed clip of bullets. Now, his long training tone. He did things the right things instinctively. Avoid booby traps and.

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03:13 min | 2 years ago

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"Hi Michelle Basch Virginia's governor pushing back the states may election because of the corona virus sign Mike Marella president trump took no questions tonight at the White House briefing after suggesting disinfectants could be injected into the body will talk about it at seven ten using the coronavirus lockdown Oklahoma Alaska in Georgia had begun to reopen businesses inject disinfectants to kill the virus that was done in the form of a sarcastic question to the reporters the budget deficit heading for the stratosphere expected to rise to some three point seven trillion dollars this year this is the CBS world news roundup late edition I'm Jim Michon the V. in Putnam County New York even as the confirm U. S. death toll from covert nineteen surpassed fifty thousand three states begin the process of re opening some businesses that have been closed down since the virus hit the economy hard five weeks ago Oklahoma and Alaska have ease lockdown orders but George's taking the most aggressive approach provoking criticism from health officials and even president trump Pam Calder reports among the business is allowed to reopen our tack to parlors fitness centers in beauty salons Lister Crowle is managing partner of the Marietta Georgia salon he says precautions have been taken to protect customers and employees nervous anxiety all that but we'll come back for but with what she calls conflicting statistics on the virus this woman doesn't feel safe because it is not something I have to have critics say widespread testing is needed before states can re open for business Pam Coulter CBS news the president trump today signed the latest coronavirus a bill four hundred eighty four billion dollars worth most of that to shore up the payroll protection plan for small businesses to keep their people employed the president also used today's briefing to walk back some controversial comments made yesterday CBS's Stephen Portnoy has that at his briefing last night the president Herald of finding the corona virus dies more quickly in the sun he openly pondered supposing you brought the light inside the body he even suggested injections of disinfectants almost a cleaning but now that several states have warned against ingesting disinfectants Mr trump denied he meant it no I was asking a question sarcastically to reporters like you just to see what would happen earlier his press secretary accused the media of taking the president's remarks out of context Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington the Congressional Budget Office issued a dire prediction for economic damage from the corona virus as in a budget deficit of three point seven trillion dollars this year more than triple its forecast of last month CVS is Rakoff saying that the challenges from the corona virus are expected to exist for some time the CBO says the gross domestic product in the U. S. is expected to decline by twelve percent through June while the unemployment rate is expected to reach fourteen percent by the end of the same period on Wall Street today the Dow gained two hundred sixty points or one point one percent the nasdaq was one hundred thirty nine points higher now this never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa end of the W. T. O. P. apple seven oh.

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03:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Is the CBS world news roundup presented by Capital One I'm Peter king in Orlando New York governor Andrew Cuomo wants out of state medical professionals to come there of their own areas are doing well correspondent David bag no says the pandemic is overwhelm the system get this EMS responders here in New York City are getting nearly as many calls today as they did on September eleventh think about that for a minute new York's governor says we could be two weeks away from what is the peak of the virus here here in Florida governor Rhonda Sanders says he doesn't want the Holland America's and damn docking in fort Lauderdale this week four people have died more than a hundred thirty have symptoms on the cruise ship Andrea Anderson is aboard past governors distintos what his decision would be if his mother was on the ship how would he feel if another passenger dies because they are not able to receive the proper medical care on that they would have received in the hospital Sanders has said he wants to reserve hospital beds for Floridians Tampa Bay has a stay at home order but a pastor is been arrested for defying it by holding a service said his megachurch Hillsborough County sheriff Chad Chronister he's reckless disregard for human life put hundreds of people in his congregation at risk and thousands of residents who may interact with them this week in danger says pastor Rodney Howard Browne refused requests to stop gatherings and even encourage people to meet at the church the FDA says it's fast tracking a corona virus tests that can produce almost immediate results CBS is Dr David agus transformative in a sense when a patient comes to you I can get the result while they're there and tell them what to do in Italy the death rate is slowing down in Spain it's getting higher CBS's Vicki Barker Spain is slow to respond inconsistent when it it has now overtaken China for the number of confirmed coronavirus cases and for the second day in a row it's seen a record number of fatalities in a single day eight hundred and forty nine yesterday bringing the death toll to just under eighty two hundred pandemic is shattered the restaurant industry but one well known chef has the president's ear Daniel blues reputation is such that when the restaurant industry had an opportunity to speak directly to the president Baloo was on the call the pharmacy a great economy coming back but of course for the time being it is disaster blue says he's never experienced anything like this as many restaurants in New York are all closed his eight hundred employees they're out of work I don't want to put myself in danger it's a lot harder in New York City than than anywhere else but Michigan CBS news S. and P. futures down twenty points this is CBS news why settle for average with Capital One you could open an account with the savings rate five times the national average welcome to banking reimagined what's in your wallet Capital One NA member FDIC NATO three now and it's Tuesday the thirty first of March cloudy for your Tuesday and maybe some room showers later on to cooler higher highs in the upper fifties sees Washington's top news.

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01:34 min | 2 years ago

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"In cash as well as prescription drugs cocaine and marijuana and that's the CBS world news roundup I'm Jim Shannon E. C. B. S. traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks are jumping on the beltway headed south through Tyson's toward Merrifield in falls church be aware there is a that incident you've got two things back to back you've got to work sound that begins near route seven extends down the sixty six eventually you get by in a single lanes right although it does appear that they may be starting to pick up that works but you still have the remnants of last night's tractor trailer fire that remain long right side so essentially as you head south to route seven you're gonna be getting behind the two center lanes past that works on and thank for tractor trailer fire clean up so again the good news is vying besides not causing any delays but again you have to use a little extra care and caution when working away south to Tyson's early this morning sixty six west bound as you approach route fifty Fairfax works and cleared all lanes are open last word they were still working western Fairfax county park we headed out towards route twenty a cineplex of fifty three were down to a single right lane to that works on sixty six east bound as you approach one twenty three that works cleared either one just before and after Notley street that remains along the right side but you get by that one without delays well rich hundred of you to have the traffic storm team four tracking some changes coming in over the next twenty four hours really over the next twelve hours clouds already making the way in here a very mild night and that's going to continue right on.

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

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"India your rolled out its red carpet for the president citizens of the world's largest democracy lined the streets as he kicked off his two day tour throngs in ball caps emblazoned with the president's name what's been called the world's largest cricket stadium to hear from Mr trump and his biggest rally yet thank you for the spectacular welcome to your magnificent country the event in Ahmedabad was called namaste trump and it served as India's answer to that how do you motivate in Houston in honor of its prime minister last fall all respondents Steven Portnoy the democratic presidential race shifts to South Carolina ahead of Saturday's primary Bernie Sanders is sitting pretty after sweeping the Nevada caucuses he spoke to Anderson Cooper on CBS's sixty minutes for your entire career to now be the front runner for the democratic leaders of the Chucky I will agree with the curricula the Democratic Party has moved to you if anything in many ways like half and and the ideas that seem radical four years ago and kind of mainstream U. S. prosecutors have begun outlining their extradition case against Julian Assan check court in London lawyers say the wikileaks founder isn't a champion of free speech but an ordinary criminal plans put lives at risk by spilling government secrets the second person in a week's been hit and killed by a tandem float at Mardi Gras in New Orleans is perhaps a few nights ago and it didn't happen again they've banned tandem floats for the rest of the carnival season this is CBS news the CBS world news roundup.

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01:45 min | 2 years ago

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"Crisis this is the CBS world news roundup late edition with correspondent Jim Chevy it was the critical vote of this impeachment trial whether to allow new witness testimony and documents as evidence correspondence even Portnoy the key vote on witnesses what is expected forty nine in favor fifty one against the motion is not agreed to top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer called it a grand tragedy America will remember this day unfortunately with the Senate did not live up to its responsibilities where the Senate turned away from truth and went along with a sham trial his counterpart Mitch McConnell said in a statement there was no need for the Senate to re open an investigation that the house chose to conclude a handful of Republican senators who voted against witnesses said in statements that even while they agreed with their leaders point they did find the president's conduct inappropriate Stephen Portnoy's CBS news Washington and a vote on a quibble is now expected on Wednesday corona virus was today declared a public health emergency in the United States in accordance with the declaration beginning at five PM eastern standard time Sunday February the second the United States government will implement temporary measures to increase our abilities to detect and contain the kind of the coronavirus pro actively and aggressively secretary Alex ETS are foreign nationals other than immediate family of U. S. citizens and permanent residents who have traveled in China within the last fourteen days will be denied entry into the United States for this time US citizens returning from the corona virus hot zone will face fourteen days mandatory quarantine Britain's exit from the European Union is official parliament.

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02:19 min | 2 years ago

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"Is the CBS world news roundup late edition with correspondent Jim Chevy the head of the World Health Organization says corona virus is now a global emergency greatest concern is the potential for the virus to spread to countries who is weaker hello systems and which are ill prepared to deal with it China's death toll is now at two hundred twelve with more than eight thousand confirmed cases and in the U. S. the virus has spread CDC here in Atlanta is reporting the first human to human case of this new corona virus in the United States the CDC's doctor Robert Redfield we understand that this may be concerning but based on what we know now our assessment remains that the immediate risks to the American public is low this new cases in Illinois it is the husband of a woman who was diagnosed with the virus after traveling to Wuhan China this brings the total number of confirmed cases now to six here in the United States Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta the Senate impeachment trial of president trump is coming to a head CBS is Nancy chorus senators lob pointed questions at the lawyers today as they all braced for a pivotal vote tomorrow should the Senate take into account the partisan nature of the impeachment proceedings in the house absolutely you should take that into account there was one question Chief Justice Roberts refused to read it came from Republican rand Paul who sought to reveal the name of the CIA whistleblower whose memo launched the impeachment inquiry the presiding officer declines to read the question as submitted Senate Republicans believe they're on track to narrowly voted down testimony from new witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton it is an election year and next week Democrats will be meeting in the heartland of America to decide which candidate best represents their views CBS is Jim crystal reports from Dubuque Iowa and ring will have one and big concern when she picks a democratic presidential candidate and next Monday night's caucuses my concern is health care and don't take away some security don't take away Medicare don't take whey Medicaid I would Democrats of correctly picked their party's presidential nominee every time since nineteen ninety six.

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02:00 min | 2 years ago

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"Twenty twenty before regulators sign off on the plane flying this is the CBS world news roundup late edition sponsored by the Capital One venture card the impeachment trial of president trump officially got under way today with Republicans and Democrats continuing to squabble over just how to proceed correspondent Natalie brand reports house managers in the White House legal team have begun making their cases during debate over a resolution to set impeachment trial rules since the president was sworn into office there was a desire to see him removed an article to where the president he can do whatever he wants you want to say that's okay then you got to say that every future president can come into office and they can do the same thing the resolution will now allow each side up to three days to present twenty four hours of opening arguments after pushback from moderate Republicans the house impeachment record will also now automatically be admitted into the evidence opening arguments are expected to begin Wednesday afternoon Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill it's here a new and deadly virus that first turned up in China and has now spread to the United States in the Seattle area resident who returned last week from the outbreaks epicenter corresponding mark Strassman a man in his thirties reported feeling ill on Sunday is now under quarantine here at the Providence regional Medical Center just north of Seattle he had traveled recently to Han China for the virus apparently originated in this food market last month it's a new strain now spreading in Asia and has never been seen before in humans the current information suggests that there is human to human transmission of this virus what we don't know is how Sistine transmission yes signs of the virus include fever cough and trouble breathing in severe cases patients suffer pneumonia kidney failure and death there are no vaccination sars like diseases killed at least six people and sickened three hundred Boeing seven thirty seven MAX related troubles got a little deeper today when the company announced it does not expect to get.

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