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"chris martinez" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"Hello, this is Don witt with the channel daily news from telecom reseller and today we're speaking with Chris Martina's, he's the director of managed service provider channels at ESET. How are you doing today, Chris? Good. Thanks, Tom. It's good to be here. I appreciate it. And thanks for the introduction. Yeah, this is going to be exciting. Your company is in one of the hottest areas of the communications marketplace that managed service providers. And it'll be very good discussion for our listeners. So before we get into our general discussion, maybe you could tell our listeners a little bit about Issa. Yeah, absolutely. So he said is a leading cybersecurity company. It's been around for about 30 years now. We were founded in 1992. We have a couple of presents in the United States. We have a headquarters in San Diego, California, as well as international headquarters in Slovakia. So we really focus on what our research can bring to the cybersecurity market. And that's really kind of where the secret sauce is for you said, as opposed to some of our competition. I've heard that you've recently made some additions to the MSP offerings. Maybe you could tell us a little bit more about that. Yeah, absolutely. So you sent his put quite an investment in the MSP community in the MSP market. We actually expanded some of our more advanced security offerings into the MSG market. So now we offer XDR solutions from a cloud and on prem perspective for MSPs. So basically we have the ability to provide some very high reaching security offerings into the MSP security stack. So they can offer not only from an entry level perspective to some other customers just to cover basic needs, but then more advanced offerings like XDR and provides them kind of the expectation of what MSPs are expected to do, which is expect the unexpected. So this gives them visibility into their entire network and has the ability to kind of detect and not only what we actually see in the network and in their environment. But then forensically detect all those components and then respond to that as well. So it really is an expanded offering to what we have today for the MSPs and our customer base. How does E sets approach to XDR differ from the others that are out there at this point? Yeah, absolutely. So primarily for us, it's our multi light security and investment in our research. So that's our secret sauce. We really kind of weave our intelligence and we wrap that all through our product line. So if you do get our entry level product, you do get components of what our research is kind of a comprised of. But really, our XDR solution kind of leverages the top level of that. But we've actually kind of, we found a very nice balance between our threat researchers, our machine learning and our artificial intelligence predictability. So we use all these combinations and we feel like we've gotten the right balance for this to protect all of our customers. So not only from a usage base, but a protection and a zero day threat space as well. We've really leveraged a lot of our research in our sandbox to actually extend that component into some of our product lines. So our what our threat researchers use on a daily basis, our customers can add utilize as well. So why is XDR a real necessary offering for MSPs and their customers? What does it really benefit them? Yeah, so the hot topic for MSPs nowadays is their need to cybersecurity insurance to meet the requirements of their customers. So not only being able to protect their customers, but then the MSPs as well. So not just checking a checkbox, but really defining what they're doing from a security perspective because this is a requirement for them coming forward and how they actually can be protecting themselves. Not only from ransomware, but the long-term, how they're going to make sure that they can do something, what they can do and how they actually work with the insurance company in the event of a breach. So we help them kind of go through this entire journey. And we're actually partnering up with we're looking to partner up with a few different cyber insurance security companies to kind of leverage this moving forward. So it's much more seamless for the MSP to not only leverage the company itself in our requirements in a policy perspective but then what we can do from any set side of the house to kind of help them partner and meet those goals and those needs for the MSP. What are some of the challenges do you think MSP companies face and are clamoring for? So this has been a very near and dear to my heart conversation that we've had with many MSPs. So they definitely want to have enterprise ready solutions out of the box ready for them to deploy on day one and really help them focus on what some of the pieces they may not necessarily be lacking on, but need some assistance on it. And not have a full fledged security analyst team. It's basically going to be a party of one or two for these MSPs, and we help them bring these enterprise grade solutions to be able to be deployed inside of their environment, the network. And not only that, but then actually provide a partnership for them to add an upstream portfolio offering to their bottom line as well. So we kind of help them understand what that path looks like. The need for a security analyst team that they usually are most likely won't have. And we can fill that gap as well. But then really partner with them and understand their strategic goals, moving forward, regardless of the size of the MSP. So can you tell us a little bit about the latest in ESET partner program? Yeah, absolutely. So we've gotten some really cool stuff today and we've got some really cool stuff planned for the future as well. So today, one of the biggest differences that ESET provides to the MSPs is we don't have a commitment for that, but they don't, there's no commitment required. And the second piece, more importantly, is we provide daily billing models for our MSPs. So what that means is that if an MSP installs one endpoint, let's just say in January 1st on January 1st. Typically they get charged for the entire month but that endpoints installed. What the daily billing model does is it that MSP can install an endpoint on January 1st, leave it installed for two weeks and uninstall it on that 15th day. We will only charge them for those 14 days out of the month. So it's very, very valuable for the MSPs to figure out what is necessary. What I'm getting charged for, and then provide that value to not only the MSP, but then they're in end customers as well from a differentiated stamp. A differentiation standpoint to their customers between them and another MSP. So it's very critical for that. We also have some cool stuff planned in 2023 to enhance the MSP program moving forward with some additional even higher to your offerings for MSPs up the stack. So much more on the managed protection portion of it coming in early 2023 as well. So good stuff to come. We're just going to be able to enhance and make some really good strides in 2023 for our MSP program going forward. Where can our listeners find out more? They can reach out to us. MSP team at esat dot com. Either way, it's completely fine. We'll get you the information you need. And get you get your focus on what products you're looking at. This is Don witt with the channel daily news from telecom reseller speaking with Chris Martinez, he's the director of managed service provider channels at ESET and Chris sounds like you guys are making a lot of headway into that market segment and staying ahead of the crowd with some of your technology releases. So congratulations. Thank you, looking forward to it. And thanks for having me, Don.
4th Night of Protests After Ex-Cop Who Killed Daunte Wright Charged
"Gathered and protest that again tonight and support of Dante writes a 20 year old black man killed by now former Brooklyn's center Minnesota police officer Achim Potter during a traffic stop. Potter was charged with second degree manslaughter. Or from CBS News is Chris Martinez. 20 year old Wright's death set off protests and unrest in the aftermath of the Sunday shooting in the Minneapolis suburb. It happened just miles from where fired Officer Derek Shobin is being tried for murder in the death of George Floyd. Wednesday night, People held a vigil at the scene of Dante and writes death while protesters also gathered more than 900 miles away in Atlanta. Potter was a 26 year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department. If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in prison.
NASA Helicopter Set for Historic First Flight on Mars
"Made by NASA. This weekend. For the first time ever, the space agency will attempt to fly an aircraft on another planet. CBS is Chris Martinez explains what a successful flight of the Mars helicopter could mean for the future of space exploration. On the first flight. NASA aims to hover the aircraft 10 FT. Above the ground for 30 seconds with each flight after that lasting a bit longer. Ingenuity will carry a bit of our history along for the ride a small piece of fabric from the original Wright Brothers plane, a token of good luck for an aircraft that could forever change how we explore other worlds, and NASA is hoping to attempt the first flight of the Mars helicopter. Sometime tomorrow. 8
Judge sides with Britney Spears in conservatorship hearing
"The battle over pop star Britney Spears is finances, take center stage and all Los Angeles courtroom. CBS is Chris Martinez explains. A judge overruled her father Jamey's objections to a joint conservatorship order and said her father must work with a private trust company on a budget and investment plan for the singer in 2000 and eight A Los Angeles judge granted Jamie Spears a legal conservatorship after his daughter went through an apparent mental health
"chris martinez" Discussed on WTOP
"In the deadly January riot at the Capitol House. Prosecutors have made their basic conviction arguments Louisiana Republican Senator Bill Cassidy. They've done very well. I think that's generally conceded. Everybody looks forward to see how the president's defense team will do tomorrow. The conviction of Mr Trump would likely need 17 Republican votes based on what we're hearing from Republicans after this trial broke up for the day 17 It's going to be pretty difficult. Marco Rubio of Florida said Impeachment is inappropriate because President Trump is a private citizen now, Roy Blunt of Missouri said that his view is unchanged, John Cornyn of Texas, told reports I have concerns about impeaching off. Former officeholder. CBS News White House correspondent Nancy Cordes turning to the coronavirus, California now leads the nation in covert debts, all of which there have now been more than 475,000. President Biden went to the National Institutes of Health to announce new federal covert vaccine purchases and why he thinks they're needed. White House correspondent Steve Important Ways. The president said his predecessor failed to do the job. He didn't order enough vaccines. He didn't mobilize enough people who administer the shots. Mr Biden announced new orders from Adana and Fizer doses. 200 million more to be delivered by the end of July. Ice was a factor in a deadly chain Reaction accident in North Texas. Six people killed, dozens hurt. Pile up involving more than 130 vehicles that on Interstate 35 near downtown forth Worth Mayor Betsy Price, It's difficult for our first responders. Part our medics for our firefighters. For everyone who's spacing and working this scene. It's equally difficult for them. The latest, my wand the ongoing investigation into the death of George Floyd at the knee of a Minneapolis police officer. Here's Norah O'Donnell. Yes, News has confirmed that former Minneapolis officer Derrick Show Vin was prepared to plead guilty to third degree murder just days after the death of George Floyd. Seven, was hoping to be sentenced to federal prison, but the deal was blocked by then Attorney General William Barr, who felt it was too early in the investigation. Chauvet now goes on trial next month for murder and manslaughter, well, small courtroom victory for singer and actress. But Britney Spears judge overruled her father Jamey's objections to a joint conservatorship order and said her father must work with a private trust company on a budget and investment plan for the singer in 2000 and eight a Los Angeles judge granted Jamie Spears a legal conservatorship. After his daughter went through an apparent mental health crisis. CBS is Chris Martinez in Los Angeles. This is CBS News. Brought to you by progressive insurance. You could save big when you bundle your auto home, motorcycle, RV or boat. Visit. Progressive dot com 11 3 on this Thursday, February 11th 30 in D C. Snow showers Way south of D C, mixing with rain and sleet lows in the mid twenties to thirties. Good evening. I'm Ken Duffy. As we said. Wintry weather continues tonight, well south of the district.
NTSB: Pilot Likely Became Disoriented By Clouds In Kobe Bryant Helicopter Crash In Los Angeles County
"The NTSB says the pilot of the helicopter that crashed killing Kobe Bryant and eight others north of Los Angeles last year blew into a wall of clouds. CBS NEWS Chris Martinez with more on what NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt had to say about the crash or than a year after federal investigators first comb through the wreckage of the helicopter crash that killed Lakers. Great Kobe Bryant. And eight others. Investigators blamed the crash on pilots, spatial disorientation. We're talking about spatial disorientation, where literally, the pilot may not know which way is up or down, whether he or she is leaning, left or
"chris martinez" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Sean Anderson. I'm Hilary Howard. Mike Jack itis is our producer coming up violent video shown it Donald Trump Senate trial. If that's not an impeachable offense, then there is no such thing on Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller 3 40. We'll talk about the trial with New York Times chief White House correspondent Peter Baker. Soon you'll once again find seats inside restaurants in Montgomery County on Kate Brian. And Montgomery County Public schools say students can restart in person classes next month on Wall Street, the Dow up 13 the NASDAQ Up 28. But the S and P is down a point. Caps. Flyers game postponed because of Coben company T o P News time 3 31 history again in the making of the U. S. Capitol. The second impeachment trial of former President Trump has featured a new video of the chaos during the attack in the capital and an emotional plea from the Houses lead impeachment manager W. T. O P. S. Mitchell Miller has more from Capitol Hill. Yeah, people chanting Stop the steel. Part of a video shown at the outset of the trial, which is now focused on the constitutionality of whether Donald Trump can be tried for impeachment. Even though he's no longer in office. Bruce Castor and attorney for Donald Trump's defense team has been arguing against the former president's prosecution, warning that he believes Democrats are on a dangerous path. Partisan Impeachments will become commonplace. The trial has also had some emotional moments involving House impeachment manager and Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, who recalled in very personal terms. What happened on January 6th people died that day. Officers ended up with head damage and brain damage. People's eyes were gouged. Raskin recounted how his daughter and son in law were separated from him when the mob blasted into the capital and how relieved he was when they were reunited. I told her how sorry I was. I promised her that it would not be like this again. The next time she came back to the capital with me, and you know what she said. She said Dad I don't want to come back to the capital Raskin tearing up says this must never be allowed to happen again. Reporting live on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T. O P New majority of Americans favor the Senate convicting the former president in the impeachment trial, a new CBS poll finds 56% believe he should be found guilty at same percentage also say, Mr Trump encouraged the violence that took place of the capital. However, fewer than one in five Republicans favor conviction and by more than 2 to 1 margin. Republicans call any GOP senators Voting to convict as Disloyal versus principle. The pole of 2500 Americans has a margin of error of plus or minus two points. We're learning more today about what caused last year's helicopter crash that killed basketball superstar Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others north of L. A. Today, the National Transportation Safety Board investigators released their findings on a probable cause, investigators say or is a billion and experienced pilot became disoriented in the clouds. The excessive speed Entering the clouds. The rapid rate of climb on the left turn were inconsistent with his training. Bryant, his daughter, Gina and the other passengers were on their way to a youth basketball tournament when the helicopter and countered fog and crashed into the hills and the San Fernando Valley. CBS correspondent Chris Martinez. Aviation experts speculate The Bryant crash could lead the NTSB to require all helicopters to.
"chris martinez" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Be easy skin to take our economy years to recover from this but roads, Conway and the other leaders. Guided us to this point are confident this time next year will shine a little brighter. Since vaccine became available in mid December, the state has administered more than a half a million doses, blacks and Latinos are likely to die from Cove it but less likely to be vaccinated. More from CBS News is Chris Martinez, LOS Angeles The Latino community has been hit especially hard. Average daily death rate among Latinos has soared more than 1000% since November. The ICU manager at Adventures help White Memorial says Socioeconomic conditions are playing a role in the flood of cases. They're saying they have multiple families living in one home. They're not able to socially distance there the sole breadwinners and they still had to go to work. Citing unlimited WTMJ News Time for 33, U. S Congressman Glenn Grossman is just back from a visit to the Southern border and the wall there, Congressman. Thank you so much for joining us. Glad to jump on the show. Let's talk about the wall. I'm surprised. I just looked this up earlier this afternoon that 60% of Americans in the latest polling are opposed to the wall on the southern border or expansion of the while. You were just there. What's your reaction to that pole number? Well, I say. Probably haven't talked to the border patrol down there. They would probably haven't talked the ice. They probably haven't talked the ranchers a little on the wall. First of all, I'm not sure when the people take that pole, they explain. Not only how much money people come here illegally are costing us but that when you go the wall when you get one of those 30 ft walls, you can handle that wall appropriately with one Border patrol agent for every two miles If you go with the old wall, which is frequently his barbed wire, you need 2 to 3 agents per mile. So the wall more than pays for itself over time at the southern border, we're seeing less marijuana. Not surprising is marijuana becomes legalized, but more fentanyl or mess, more heroin, So I never know. You know when you see a pole like this are people just responding to Ah, what they read in the paper and it's the paper do a good job of Explaining what you get for the wall, and I'm not sure that they do. I'm always interested in talking to people who are right on the front line, and you had the chance to do that. You talked to ice agents and border patrol. What do they say? By and large? I know it's hard to generalize. What about the wall? We'll want to walk. They want the wall because it makes their job so much easier. And that convention has saved so many lives Last year was unusually hot. Huh? Here. But in the Tucson sector, I believe they're seven sectors. They told me. They found at least 100 dead bodies of people who dehydrated. Try and walk across, so it's not just a matter of keeping drugs out of the country, Leo's other country, It's a matter of saving lives. I mean, like I said, when you talked to the border patrol the ice, the local sheriff's department The ranchers who have to watch these people come across their land. Somebody find a dead on their land their all for the wall. It's very expensive to build the wall, especially the sort of wall that you've described. Should that be a consideration when we discuss expansion of the wall. Absolutely. But if you're talking about money, you're saving overwhelming you're saving on Border Patrol agents. You're saving on welfare. You're saving and services after you provided people coming across so overall, the wall and The wall is a net savings US Congressman Glenn Grossman with us on WTMJ. Speaking of money, I wanted to ask you about the proposed $1.9 trillion Covert relief package. Some of your colleagues were meeting with the president this afternoon to try to negotiate a lesser.
California to see more days of rain, snow following severe winter storm
"Dealing with a massive winter storm with howling winds and in some places several feet of snow, and it's expected to continue all weekend from intense blizzards in northern mountainous areas. Rain That's triggered months, lights and debris flows in the center of the state. California is being bombarded with nasty weather, and officials across the state are urging people to stay home. It's great that we're getting smart precipitation when company needs the snowpack, but while in the storming, we just recommend that nobody drives through the area. The rain has already triggered mudslides in Monterey County and golfing at least two dozen homes and farms and sending two people to the hospital If you get too much water, too fat Yes, it just sheds off the ground very quickly in the mountains. Blizzard like conditions have buried the area in several feet of snow battle inch dangers Considerable right now and Pretty extreme. CBS is Chris Martinez
"chris martinez" Discussed on WTOP
"Rates of infection and hospitalizations appear to be slowing in California and around the country. Correspondent Chris Martinez in Los Angeles, the nation's Heartland, getting clobbered with more snow than it knows what to do, with its bringing heavy snow to parts of Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas. And Iowa later on today, it'll hit Illinois as well. We're seeing a maximum snow possible out of this storm of over a foot in eastern Nebraska, eastern Kansas, northwestern Missouri and southwestern Iowa. CBS News forecaster David Parkinson Wall Street closed mixed. The Dow was down 37 points. This is CBS News. If you need to hire you need indeed, indeed immediately delivers quality candidates from our resume database when you upgrade your job post get started at indeed dot com slash credit. We, uh 10 No. Three on Monday, January 25th 2021 32 in the nation's capital, down to the low to mid thirties overnight. Good evening. I'm Brendan Hazleton, the top local story We're following for you this hour, the messy mix of weather that's been making its way through our region tonight. Most of the snowfall is not a serious concern. But there are implications into tomorrow morning. Let's go live now to storm team for meteorologist Mike Standiford. He has the latest And Good evening, Brennan. The big story right now is temperatures across much of the region are at or below freezing. Just had a little band of freezing rain and snow move through the region. And it is. I see, we're still seeing some light snow in light freezing rain at at at Reagan National right now, that'll be the story tonight, which weather advisory continues for the immediate metro area and points northward and westward for the possibility of some more freezing rain overnight, so basically North of I 66 north of Route 50 and also as are far western suburbs that abut the Blue Ridge. Watch out for the possibility of more freezing rain overnight and Rose will be icy tomorrow morning, ELISA extra time If you come into work later tomorrow that we'll get a warm front through here, and eventually, temperatures will rise into the forties and that will take care of the ice, but do watch out what a weather advisory continues. French about 10 A.m. tomorrow morning for the possibility of more icy conditions across the region, and I'll be back in just a couple of minutes with your complete forecast. All right, thank you, Much Mike and another reminder to drive carefully this evening. Maryland State police reporting they've answered more than 160 calls for weather related service over the course of the past four hours includes 31 crashes and at least 19 disabled vehicles. Snow emergency plans are in effect in Washington, Frederick and Montgomery counties and, yes, keep it with Throughout the evening for the latest, We will have that for you every 10 minutes with traffic and weather on the eights. Now to the pandemic and new tonight, they were set to get there. First Cove in 19 vaccine shots from a Nova health tomorrow. But now these Fairfax County public school employees and other residents.
"chris martinez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Keiper in Chicago. Top government infectious disease expert looks back at the Trump Administration response to covert 19. I'm Tom 40 returned two prominent virus management and White House advisory roles in the new Biden administration. Dr Anthony Fauci now reflects on the Trump administration's pandemic response. I think if we had had The public health messages from the top right through down to the people in the trenches be consistent that things might have been different. In fact, I'm pretty sure they would have been different. Much more of that. Interview with Dr Fauci on CBS Sunday morning. Tom Foodie. CBS NEWS Washington President Biden takes action to provide relief to struggling Americans feeling the financial impact of covert 19. CBS news correspondent Chris Martinez with the stroke of a pen. President Biden is urging the Agriculture Department to boost pandemic food benefits for low income families by 15%. We can not will not let people go hungry. The president signed a second executive order Friday calling for a $15 minimum wage for federal workers. It looks like former President Trump's impeachment trial will commence the week of February. 8th. CBS is Natalie brand with this week, Mr Trump's GOP Senate allies announced he has hired South Carolina lawyer Butch Bowers to anchor his defense. Several Republicans in the Senate have already come out against an impeachment trial for former president Trump, arguing it may be unconstitutional, they post presidential impeachments never occurred in the history of the country for a reason. It's on constitution. But there's nothing in the text of the constitution that prohibits a name. Peach.
"chris martinez" Discussed on WTOP
"For your home for original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago, the top government infectious disease expert looks back at the Trump Administration response to covert 19. I'm Tom 40 returned two prominent virus management and White House advisory roles in the new Biden administration, Dr Anthony Fauci now reflects on the Trump administration's pandemic response. I think if we had had The public health messages from the top right through down to the people in the trenches be consistent that things might have been different. In fact, I'm pretty sure they would have been different. Much more of that interview with Dr Fauci on CBS Sunday morning. Tom Foodie. CBS NEWS Washington President Biden takes action to provide relief to struggling Americans is feeling the financial impact of covert 19. CBS news correspondent Chris Martinez with the stroke of a pen. President Biden is urging the Agriculture Department to boost pandemic food benefits for low income families by 15%. We can not will not let people go hungry. The president signed a second executive order Friday calling for a $15 minimum wage for federal workers. It looks like former President Trump's impeachment trial will commence the week of February. 8th. CBS Is Natalie Brown. With this week, Mr Trump's GOP Senate allies announced he has hired South Carolina lawyer Butch Bowers to anchor his defense. Several Republicans in the Senate have already come out against an impeachment trial for former president Trump, arguing it may be unconstitutional. Post.
"chris martinez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Room. What will change? We certainly not square starting from scratch but found, she says, Mr Biden plans to build community vaccination centers, work more closely with pharmacies and invoke the Defense production act, So it's taking what's going on. But amplifying it in a big way. Stephen Portnoy, CBS new Plan can't come soon enough for places like Erie County in Western New York, or clinics have been canceled because of the vaccine shortage. Britney Caza is a medical assistant there. I'm ready to get back to Normalcy here. I mean, even if it's a new normal, so it's just extremely disappointing. Really. CBS is Chris Martinez. Hard hit Los Angeles County. New Vaccine appointments for next week remain up in the Air, County officials say. That's because they don't know how many doses they will get from one week to the next. I know people would I feel much better if we could say to them, you know, every week there will be X number of appointments for people 65 older to get their first dose, but we just can't do that because we don't have allocation numbers in advance. I'm Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she still hasn't sent the articles of impeachment to the Senate for Donald Trump's trial and now Minority leader Mitch McConnell wants to delay that trial until next month to give both sides time to prepare. After years of trying to get compensation for sickness and death from Flint, Michigan's poisoned waters. Residents may be getting close to a least some financial satisfaction. CBS's Jim Crow Sula, a federal judge has given preliminary approval to a $641 million deal that would benefit residents of Flint, Michigan, who were harmed by lead contaminated water residents could object to their share of the payment. And they could pursue their own claims. Experts have blamed a bad water for an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease, which led to a least 12 deaths. The Dow closed.
"chris martinez" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Original reporting. I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago and impassioned Lady Gaga belts it out as Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are sworn in as president and vice president. In his inaugural address, President Biden vows to help heal the nation's wounds. CBS is Stephen Portnoy before a relatively small number of socially distanced dignitaries in a field of nearly 200,000 US and state flags on the National Mall. Joe Biden called for unity in his first remarks is President we can join forces. Stop the shouting and lower the temperature. Without unity. There is no peace. Only bitterness and fury. His address offered little insight into his policy proposals. Much of Mr Biden's first day in office was aimed at undoing many of his predecessors executive actions. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News Democrats have regained control of the Senate are Steve Dorsey on Capitol Hill, Raise your wife hand, former senator turned vice president Kamila Harris swore in three of the Senate's newest members. Georgia Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jonah's self and her replacement, Alex Padilla, with the Senate split between Democrats and Republicans. Is Harris acts as a tie breaking vote alone Democrats to regain control New Majority leader Chuck Schumer, We have a lengthy agenda. And we need to get it done. Together. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Capitol Hill President. Biden has promised more relief for struggling Americans and businesses. He'll need congressional help to get his almost $2 trillion covert plan approved with such a large price tag. White House spokesperson Jen Psaki is asked if some items might be cut. The package wasn't designed with the number 1.9. Brilliant as a starting point. It was designed with the components that were necessary to give people the relief they needed. President Biden in his inaugural address, promises and aggressive battle against Cove in 19. CBS is Chris Martinez. President Biden's plan calls for ramping up the vaccine supply, working with states and cities to open thousands of new vaccination centers and training. An army of volunteers to administer the shots joined me. In a moment of silent prayer. His first act as president was to lead a silent prayer for Americans who lost their lives to Corona virus. Someone has a winning Powerball ticket. It's a $730 million grand prize, and the ticket was bought in Maryland. Came a day after nobody won the even larger mega millions Prize, which is up to $970 million. This is CBS News Live Coverage of the presidential inauguration..
"chris martinez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Cemeteries in a field of nearly 200,000 US and state flags on the National Mall. Joe Biden called for unity in his first remarks is President We can join forces stop the shouting and lower the temperature. Without unity. There is no peace on Lee bitterness and Suri is address offered little insight into his policy proposals. Much of Mr Biden's first day in office was aimed at undoing many of his predecessors executive actions. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News Democrats have regained control of the Senate are Steve Dorsey on Capitol Hill, Raise your wife hand, former senator turned vice president Kamila Harris swore in three of the Senate's newest members. Georgia Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jonah's self and her replacement, Alex Padilla, with the Senate split between Democrats and Republicans. Is Harris acts as a tie breaking vote alone Democrats to regain control New Majority leader Chuck Schumer, We have a lengthy agenda. And we need to get it done. Together. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Capitol Hill President. Biden has promised more relief for struggling Americans and businesses. He'll need congressional help to get his almost $2 trillion covert plan approved with such a large price tag. White House spokesperson Jen Psaki is asked if some items might be cut. The package wasn't designed with the number 1.9. Trillion as a starting point. It was designed with the components that were necessary to give people the relief they needed. President Biden in his inaugural address, promises and aggressive battle against Cove in 19. CBS is Chris Martinez. President Biden's plan calls for ramping up the vaccine supply, working with states and cities to open thousands of new vaccination centers.
"chris martinez" Discussed on WTOP
"Ahead of Wednesday's inauguration, President elect Joe Biden will take the oath of office outside on the West front, despite the continued security threats in the wake of this month's attack on the capital. President Trump has issued two sets of pardons in the past month and met with his advisers to finalize the list of pardons and commutations. CBS has been Tracy Respect a lot of parties. There are reports that we could see upwards of 100 parties or computations tomorrow. Some of them could be controversial. There are apparently are some controversial rappers who are in this mix of the president is considering pardons. Or computations for White House advisers have said that while Mr Trump has privately debated whether or not to part in himself, they advised him against it because it would make him look guilty. The U. S death toll from Corona virus now stands at just under 399,000 out of over 24 million confirmed cases. CBS is Chris Martinez is when one of the hot spots Los Angeles for the weekend, L. A County became the first to surpass one million Corona virus infections. Another new variant of the virus has been identified in several large outbreaks. In California. Health experts say new vaccines from Johnson and Johnson and AstraZeneca Need to be approved as quickly as possible. There is one treatment that could help the sickest covert patients. But CBS is Elise Preston says. Not enough is available right now, Dr. Pump Young with the American Red Cross says as cases search nationwide, there's now a dire shortage of convalescent plasma. We just simply can't keep up, so we need as many of our recovered Covered 19 patients as possible to roll up their sleeves and come in and donate some fully recovered. Covert patients can give plasma every seven days as long as they still have antibodies on Wall Street. The futures are up. This is CBS News Doubled Ethiopia 12 Old three Tuesday morning 19th of January 2021 Partly cloudy cold this overnight early morning less windy with the low in the twenties by daybreak were 35 right now, thanks for taking us along for your early Tuesday morning, right, topping the news as we head into the stay together. We have been reminding you about this since last week, but it is worth reminding you again this morning because we could be looking at some serious His traffic.
"chris martinez" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Called for armed protests, potential threats that grow out of the January 6th streets of the capital later Pence, mate. Trip to meet with some National Guard troops guarding the capital. He had words of encouragement to deliver to the American people. A safe inauguration, but authorities acknowledge the next week could be difficult. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS California governor, Gavin Newsom has signed an order authorizing the use of 1000, California National Guard personnel in this very seriously and the point significant resource is to protect public safety. Critical infrastructure and First Amendment rights. But let me be clear there will be no tolerance for violence with vaccine distribution slower than expected. Kobe cases have also been surging, especially in states like California and Arizona. CBS is Chris Martinez. The urgency to vaccinate comes as coping 19 deaths are up by 10% or more in 25 states. Compared to last week. Arizona now has the worst covert infection rate in the country. At Valley Medical Center in Phoenix. Covert patients now fill all but one floor. It's all called it all the time. The great majority of patients that come in now are sicker. The U. S government has executed a drug trafficker for his involvement in a syriza of murders in Virginia's capital city in 1992, the death of 52 year old Kory Johnson. Comes despite claims by his lawyers that the lethal injection would cause excruciating pain due to lung damage from his recent covert 19 infection. It's the second federal execution this week. This is CBS News, Traffic and Weather Together, the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Add one of three we begin downtown where we have work crews both ways in the O'Neill Tunnel. No major delay, but the North bound side as a double right lane closure. The South bound side. The right lane has taken an exit. 24 to government center in the Callahan tunnel is closed. On the airport tunnels. No delays. But the left lane is closed east and West found in the Ted Williams Tunnel Lever connector, South Brampton, 93. South is down for the night. River Roads are in good shape south of the city. No trouble on the expressway, 10 minutes between the tunnel and the split and Randolph 93 south exit for the route. 24 is closed 95 South and dead and watch for a lane closure from route 1092 Route one. No trouble on 24 South Bond, but a right lane taken in Raynham it route 44 west of the city. On the mass pike, the westbound side. You gonna reduce speed for roadwork in north Grafton, Right by route 1 22 to 90 Westbound watch for work crews and wister before 1 90 route to East has roadwork slowing things down and Harvard by route 1 11 all is well up north 1 28 93 Route one.
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"I'm Jennifer Keiper in Chicago. President Trump becomes the first president and U. S history to be impeached Twice 10. Republicans joined Democrats in the House vote, including GOP Congressman Dan Newhouse from Washington. The president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. Last week, there was a domestic threat at the door of the capital, and he did nothing to stop it. CBS is Major Garrett with more on that bipartisan house vote 10 House Republicans were therefore, House Republicans didn't have an opinion one way or the other. That's sort of astonishing. But why those 10 House Republicans, they saw what the nation saw and said, I simply cannot stand with President Trump as all of them did for the first impeachment, and you sort of think. Well, the shorthand is there is a pro impeachment House Republican conference in an anti impeachment know there's also another conference here in Washington among Republicans, It's the just get through until inauguration. Conference That's led by Mitch McConnell, trying to create stability and get the president to do the right things to create an atmosphere for stability. Law enforcement agencies are rounding up suspects from the Capitol attack while chasing down new threats going through online posts and using street surveillance. CBS is Jeff to gaze. A large number of weapons and explosives were found around the capital last week, and the question that investigators are trying to answer is were they going to be used as part of some coordinated plot? FBI director Christopher Wey held a conference call with police agencies across the country, reminding them to remain vigilant. A zit face a number of potential threats, Many states have beefed up security around their state capitals ahead of the inauguration. A member of the Houston Police Department, is taken off the job after it was determined that he attended last week's Capitol Hill rally. Police chief Art Acevedo says the employee was on his own time and had her first Amendment right to attend the rally. This individual has been determined to actually have been Penetrated the capital, and that person was that been placed off administrative leave. The man in question has a hearing with the police chief. On Friday. People lined up outside the new Corona virus vaccination super site at a Disneyland parking lot in Anaheim, California and big sites are appearing in other states as well. CBS is Chris Martinez in Arizona, which leads the nation in per capita covert cases and hospitalizations, officials set up a 24 7 vaccination site. At ST Form Stadium. It comes as the Trump Administration announced it is releasing all of the vaccine supply instead of holding.
Former Dodgers HOF manager Lasorda dies at 93
"Of of its its Hall Hall of of Fame Fame managers managers and and a a legend legend in in the the game. game. Tommy Tommy Lasorda, Lasorda, the the former former Dodgers Dodgers manager, manager, guided guided the the team team toe toe to to World World Series Series titles titles more more from from CBS CBS is is Chris Chris Martine. Martine. After After suffering suffering a a heart heart attack attack in in 1996, 1996, Lasorda decided it was time to focus focus more more on on family family and and less less on on the the field. field. It's It's not not the the end end for for May. May. Ladies Ladies and and gentlemen, gentlemen, That's That's the the beginning. beginning. He He was was inducted inducted into into the the Baseball Baseball Hall Hall of of Fame Fame following following his his retirement, retirement, But But Lasorda Lasorda couldn't couldn't give give up up the the sport sport He He loved loved in in 2000. 2000. He He managed managed team team U. U. S. S. A A two two gold gold at at the the Sydney Sydney Olympics. Olympics. Lasorda once said that after his death, he wants a Dodger schedule taped to his tombstone. Every year. Chris Martinez.
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"Hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and with Donald Trump's presidency under fire, the House speaker who was urged his removal from office has had a talk with the country's top military leader. CBS is Steve Dorsey in Washington. In a letter to colleagues, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she talked to joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Mark Milley about preventing in her words in Unhinged president from using nuclear codes. She said she discussed available precautions to prevent President Trump from initiating military hostilities or accessing the launch codes and ordering a nuclear strike. CBS the Stephen Portnoy tells us Mr Trump has been heard from on Twitter. It hasn't happened since 18 69 when Andrew Johnson, who was sympathetic to the South Refused to attend the inauguration of the former Union Army leader Ulysses S. Grant. Now Donald Trump says he'll similarly skip Joe Biden's inauguration. The announcement on Twitter comes despite Mr Trump, saying in a video last night, but now is a moment for reconciliation. Today he tweets. The people who voted for him are Patriots, who will quote not be disrespected or treated unfairly. All flags are at half staff of the capital for the police officer who died of injuries suffered in Wednesday's mob attack. Homicide detectives are investigating President elect Biden indicates he'll release nearly all available Cove in 19 vaccine doses when he's in office to speed up delivery to states. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy went to what used to be a Sears Department store in his state and is now a vaccination hub. The team here is the capacity to handle. I think they said 2400 vaccinations a day. I hope the feds give us enough supply sooner than later so that we could do 2400 Today. There were more than 4000 covert deaths in the U. S yesterday. More than 1300, Britain. Both records in London. Andrew Goddard is president of the Royal College of Physicians, Hospitals that all right, right. On the Bring. Some of them are sort of over that now on we've just got to hope that the whole of the NHS doesn't hear the brink of the same time. Otherwise we won't cope. Tommy Lasorda has died at 93, the Hall of Famer managed the L. A Dodgers to two world serious titles over two decades. CBS is Chris Martinez says he was one of the game's colorful ambassadors. Nobody thought we could make the team who want 100 fucking. His success led to high profile friendships with Hollywood stars like Frank Sinatra and Don Rickles. I lost £30.3 months with ultra slim fast..
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"Think about them. Illinois eclipses a million Corona virus cases the fifth state to reach that dire number. Almost 10% of the population has been infected. Restoration has been mounting nationwide over the slow pace of the rollout, which has people like Ben Schinkel of Florida waiting in long lines. I don't know what's happening with all these vaccines. They say they have authorities in parts of Michigan say they're making shots available to dentists, reporter Chris Martinez says So Public stores in Florida are now inoculating seniors like Joanne sent out a text on my friend's thumbs up. It's emotional. It's a pilot program that could expand statewide. Georgia continues to lag and vaccinations. It's 48th in the nation, according to the CDC. More than 600,000. Georgians have contracted the virus and more than 10,000 have done among those testing positive. 800, Georgia National Guard members that's about 6% of the total of guard members battling covert nationwide vaccinations within the guard began this week. Is among states reporting. The new and more contagious variant of coronavirus either, says a new study shows that it's covert 19 vaccine can fight a new virus Mutation, which was first found in Great Britain. The study is preliminary, and researchers plan to run more tests. Reporter Diane King Hall, says Fizer and Moderna both use a formula Can't that can be tweaked to fight mutation? Today's unemployment report could show the first month of job losses since April. The forthcoming monthly jobs report for December is expected to mark the weakest gauge of hiring since the economic recovery began last year. Bank rates Mark Hamrick says the virus is weighing down the economy. He expects the incoming Biden administration will expand economic assistance, especially with control of both House and Senate. Atlanta based Delta lifts its ban on Pit bulls as service animals. Delta and the U. S. D O T have been at odds since the federal agency says a band based on breed is not acceptable. Delta will require documentation about the animals training. It's joining other airlines and banning emotional support animals in the cabin. Passengers must pay to bring their pet on board on the WSB Energy watch gas mileage in the U. S drops for the first time in five years, the EPA also reports greenhouse gas emissions are up Americans their steering toward SUVs and trucks, rather than more energy efficient vehicles as you These and trucks account for 76% of new auto sales in the U. S. According to Autodata. Trump administration also rolled back commission and mileage standards set under then President Obama. Double DS produced time 7 25 people still driving less than they were with another war out there to get in the way this morning. We'll check in the morning drive after W S, B b, you're all district Mellish updates today's forecast a spotty drizzle ending this afternoon high only near 44 right now, 38 back to the morning.
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"Include some 215,000 low income residents starting in July that CBS is Chris Martinez more than 20 places in the U. S rain. The minimum wage to $15 an hour are higher. This is CBS News. Del Technologies Advisers listen to your small business needs so they can provide you with tailored solutions powered by Intel V Pro platform called today 877 Ask Del 603 on this Friday, January 1st 2021 happy New Year 34 degrees temps rising through the forties overnight. Good evening. I'm Sarah Jacobs and one of our top local stories. This hour is the weather, The D M V is bracing for a lot of rain. In some places. It'll be freezing making for some potentially treacherous conditions. NBC for Storm Team meteorologist Mike's Jennifer joins us Live Now to break it down, Mike, who among our listeners might be encountering the freezing rain tonight, the stress between front Royal and Winchester in the Shenandoah Valley. Northwich around the Frederick area and northward on us 15 to the Mason Dixon line along thieves. Syria's are seeing some crease agreement so far, really, just in the trees. We have not seen much reports of any icing on area roadways, also around Leesburg area to the west of Leesburg. Winchester temperatures are close to freezing to do watch after so I see. But even here most the problem is in the trees and on an area roadways in Back. Just couple minutes, sir. With your complete forecast, all right, Well, before you go, you talked about it being in affecting the trees. Then do we have to worry about Is it going to be enough That could bring some branches down? Maybe cause some power outages. I don't think it's going to be this. The temperature's actually rise overnight. The ice will actually melt in the predawn hours. Did you get into the 40? So the precipitation is dumping heavy enough that we've seen too much in the way of any trees are paralyzed, getting really late and with ice. So up into the Shenandoah of Park. We may see some ice damage there, but in the lower elevations in our area, I think we're gonna be okay. All right, And I know we do have some brighter things in the future, so we will check back with you at 608 and get that forecast for the weekend, too. Thanks. Tyne referred back to talk about how much we're gonna be dealing with. And so you're gonna keep it here on your storm Watch station. Our other top story is a deadly New year's Day Fire in Beltsville. Ah, woman is dead. Three others are hurt, including a teen and an eight year old w T. O P s Mike Murillo reports from the scene. It was shortly before noon when firefighters arrived to this home of Montgomery Road and found in advance fire, Smoke and flames showing Michael you're wishing with Prince George's County fire, says an eight year old girl 18 year old. Been in 38 year Old man have serious injuries. 18 year olds. Injuries are life threatening. We also located an adult female who was declared deceased on seen. Daniel.
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"And while we wait to see how that ultimately shakes out, it's an interesting time to examine how the Republican Party got to where it is today. The only speaker of the house in your lifetime, whose balance the federal budget for four straight years as he has throughout the term, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich continues to support and defend the president on Fox News. Princeton political historian Julian Zelizer says Gingrich was an early practitioner of a Trumpian style of politics Republican Party Many people see in front of them today attacking institutions dismantling them are rooted in the way Newt Gingrich remade the Republican Party in the 19 eighties and real He pushed a much more aggressive form of partisanship and senior leaders had been comfortable with cellos. Ear's recent book on Gingrich's Called Burning Down the House. Dimitri Sodas. W t. O P News. 2021 begins with new rules across the country, from caps on drug prices to police reform. CBS is Chris Martinez breaks it down. Several states are limiting monthly out of pocket insulin costs in Washington state. The camp is $100. In Connecticut diabetics with less than a week's worth of drugs and devices must be allowed a 30 Day emergency supply with a price camp. Oklahoma is expanding Medicaid to include some 215,000 low income residents. Starting in July. The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis prompted a ban on police choke holds in states, including California, the Delaware, Iowa, New York, Oregon and Utah. We have a great day to begin the new year out there and a winter weather advisory for Frederick County, Maryland, Western Louden and beyond. It's 12 37 Start.
First U.S. Case of Highly Contagious Coronavirus Variant Is Found in Colorado
"US case of the Corona virus variant that's been seen in the UK has now been discovered in Colorado. Here. CBS is Chris Martinez Ah, Colorado man in his twenties, is the first known person in the U. S to be diagnosed with a new, potentially more contagious strain of coronavirus that was first detected in the UK last week. Officials say the patient has no travel history and is currently in isolation.
Hospitals across the US forced to send patients to other states
"Nation, including the Midwest, Wisconsin Children's Hospitals are starting to admit adult patients from overwhelmed hospitals. And in Oklahoma, some hospitals air sending patients to neighboring states for treatment. This is real, and we're in a hospital Christ, Pennsylvania is now reporting more than 5000 daily infections more than 115% in just two weeks. With deaths. Also rising. Health officials strengthen the mask mandate and ordered anyone entering the state be tested within 72 hours, including residents who leave for Thanksgiving. Chris Martinez, CBS NEWS Los Angeles
COVID-19 cases climb in US amid rise in restrictions
"Country or filling up here in Utah, the number of covert patients in ICU Has doubled in the last month. California imposes new restrictions California weekly coronavirus cases have doubled in the last month with nearly 7000 new cases reported in Los Angeles County over the weekend. Reporter Chris Martinez says the governor bands indoor dining, Jim's weddings and church for 94% of the state's population. Philadelphia's even limiting outdoor dining to four members of the same family. Indoor gatherings public and private in Philadelphia are being restricted. Starting Friday, November 20th. The city will Prohibit sports all using community games and leagues. Reporter Stephanie Stall says the Eagles
Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80
"Of of 80. 80. After After a long and very public. He shared his battle with pancreatic cancer with all of us. This is a look Back at his television career, Alex Trebek became the host of Jeopardy in 1984. When Merv Griffin hired him for the revival of the popular TV quiz show. Jeopardy soon became a daily ritual for millions, even on the silver screen courses 27 minutes of jeopardy. Over the years with Trebek as it's ever present host the show where answers are always in the form of a question, James with poke one multiple daytime Emmys, and it gave game shows a new and brainy edge. America is a very competitive society. I can throw the ball farther than you. I could run faster than you. I can do better on jeopardy than you. Oh, yeah, Let's find out. That report from Chris Martinez at 10 57. A lot is going on today.
Alex Trebek, beloved 'Jeopardy!' host, dies after cancer battle at age 80
"Mourning the death of jeopardy host Alex Trebek. He died yesterday at the age of 80. After a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Alex Trebek became the host of Jeopardy in 1984. When Merv Griffin hired him for the revival of the popular TV quiz show. Jeopardy soon became a daily ritual for million's, even on the silver screen 27 minutes of jeopardy. Over the years with Trebek as it's ever present host the show where answers are always in the form of a question, James with poke one multiple daytime Emmys, and it gave game shows a new and brainy edge. It's correspondent Chris Martinez. Norm
Gender-reveal "pyrotechnic" blamed for huge California wildfire
"Wildfires in California have now burned a record two million acres in the year. 2020 on the most dangerous part of the year is just ahead. California Governor Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency in five counties. CBS News correspondent Chris Martinez with the latest from Los Angeles in San Bernardino County officials say the Eldorado fire started because of fireworks set off during a gender reveal photo up on Santa Day. 3000 people are under evacuation orders. The Valley fire near San Diego has burned more than 16 Square miles. Residents are on edge. We keep thinking they've got it. They've got it, and then it flares back up, and it's just total devastation. Another fire near Los Angeles forced the evacuation of Mount Wilson Observatory. Almost two million acres have burned so far this wildfire season in California
Chadwick Boseman dead after 4-year battle with colon cancer
"To pour in after the news of the death of Hollywood actor Chadwick Boseman, who privately thought colon cancer for years. CBS's Chris Martinez is in Los Angeles before he rose to superstardom in Black Panther Chadwick Boseman played 20th century legends like Jackie Robinson and James Brown. Bozeman died after a four year battle with colon cancer. According to a statement, calling him a true fighter and saying he continued to work while undergoing surgeries and chemotherapy. The statement said he died at his Los Angeles home with his wife and family by his side. Black Panther production company marvels Studios tweeted Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with Chadwick Boseman is family. Your legacy will live on forever.
Chadwick Boseman: Tributes pour in for Black Panther actor
"To pour in after the news of the death of Hollywood actor Chadwick Boseman, who privately thought colon cancer for years. CBS's Chris Martinez is in Los Angeles before he rose to superstardom in Black Panther Chadwick Boseman played 20th century legends like Jackie Robinson and James Brown. Bozeman died after a four year battle with colon cancer. According to a a statement, statement, calling calling him him a a true true fighter fighter and and saying saying he he continued continued to to work work while while undergoing undergoing surgeries surgeries and and chemotherapy. chemotherapy. The The statement statement said said he he died died at at his his Los Los Angeles Angeles home home with with his his wife wife and and family by his side. Black Panther production company Mournful Studios tweeted Our hearts are broken and our thoughts are with Chadwick Boseman is family. Your legacy will live on forever. Chadwick Boseman
NASA launches Perseverance rover on mission to Mars
"That was pretty cool. I run away two up Mars. And it's going to take nine months to get there on then it will take And you know it will be there for three months and going to come back another coming back, but it'll take nine months. Flying extra fast. I don't know what fast is. You know, I heard 26,000 miles I heard 18,000 miles, but it's fast, man fast. Let's find out what's going on here with the NASA. All right. Things wrong with that was NASA launching its newest rover to Mars today, Researchers plan to use this trip to look for signs of life on the Red Planet. CBS's Chris Martinez has Mohr on the potentially historic mission release. NASA's latest mission to Mars blast it all from Kennedy Space Center. Embarking on a journey that could answer an age old question. It is very hard to imagine that we are alone. Project Sciences can, Varley says A primary goal of the latest launch to Mars is searching for evidence of ancient life. The perseverance Rover will drill into the planet surface to search for signs of long dead microscopic organisms that may have thrived on Mars billions of years ago. Wow, that's kind of cool. Right could been Martians on their billions of years ago. There are environments that have been found, especially by the Curiosity Rover. That by every characteristic that we know of look habitable. Searching for evidence of life Isn't the mission here that by the way, every characteristic is checked off. Every box is checked off and there Certain that there was life at some point on Mars that by every characteristic that we know of look habitable. Wow, that's sensational, right searching and then we gotta figure out what the hell happened to him. Why did they become extinct? Right, searching for evidence of what a plastic straws that did him in? That's possible searching for evidence of life isn't the missions on Ly goal. The latest rover will also study the climate and geology of Mars. This first of its kind Mars helicopter, capturing aerial views of the planet's surface. Somebody stayed in school longer night did right Setting up a rover up to Mars. And then it has the ability Tio helicopter pops out of his belly for perseverance will also collect samples of Martian rock with plans to one day, return them to Earth. Really, be sure that we're seeing signs of ancient life on Mars and the rocks there, we have to bring samples back Earth Tech researchers say the mission is ready to go, thanks to nearly all work on the project being wrapped up before the Corona virus pandemic began. If this had happened six months ago, when we had hundreds and hundreds of people at the laboratory building things we wouldn't have made it. Perseverance is expected to touch down on Mars just over 200 days from now very ago. Nine months to get there. Chris Martinez,
World Health Organization chief says virus outbreak is "accelerating"
"The Corona virus has killed more than 131,000 people since the start of the pandemic. CBS's Chris Martinez reports of the next few months the death toll could be on track to eventually cross 200,000. A new report from the National Academy of Sciences blames silent transmission for the surgeon Corona virus cases it estimates as many as half are linked to someone who had no idea they were infected. The outbreak is accelerating. And we have clearly not reached the peak On Tuesday, the World Health Organization warned the covert 19 death rate could rise again in a few hours later, the White House move to formally cut ties with the agency over its relationship to China. Chris
CDC confirms 15th case of the disease in the US — and braces for more
"Another American evacuee from China infected with a corona virus Chris Martinez reports health officials in San Antonio Texas confirm a patient in quarantine has been diagnosed with the corona virus that brings the number of infections in the U. S. to fifteen and the centers for disease control is bracing for more there may be additional cases that we identify I do want to prepare you for that the patient was among a group of that you waited last week from China where the number of infections infections continues continues continues to to to multiply multiply multiply Chinese Chinese Chinese health health health officials officials officials revise revise revise their their their diagnostic diagnostic diagnostic approach approach approach and and and now now now report report report nearly nearly nearly sixty sixty sixty thousand thousand thousand cases cases cases in in in close close close to fourteen hundred deaths
The Lakers have grieved and remembered Kobe Bryant this week
"After postponing a game earlier this week the LA Lakers take the court for the first time tonight since Kobe Bryant his daughter Chiana and seven other people died in a helicopter crash last Sunday CBS news Chris Martinez is at the staples center with the latest lebron James and his fellow Lakers will pay tribute to Kobe Bryant before tonight's home game they're not saying exactly how the team plans to honor the NBA legend and the eight others who