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"christina rufina" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 5 months ago

"christina rufina" Discussed on WTOP

"In effect, banning all abortions even in cases of rape or incest, unless they are mandatory to save the life of the mother. Christina rufina reporting. If Virginia installs a ban on abortions following that Supreme Court decision, fairfax county's top prosecutor says he won't criminalize women for making personal health decisions. Fairfax county's Commonwealth attorney Steve descano says he stands by his op-ed in The New York Times, pledging not to prosecute women for seeking or having an abortion, even if Virginia Institutes a ban. That's why I wanted to make the pledge early, trying to get other Commonwealth attorneys, but make the same pledge because I think we're in a situation that a year from today, there's going to be an abortion ban in Virginia. Says he's willing to lose his job over this as he considers it upholding his community's values. So that last line of defense really means as prosecutors saying, hey, we are not going to go forward with these cases. We are not going to get involved with a woman's private decision. Here are full conversation with toscano on the DMV download podcast available everywhere you listen. Meghan cloherty WTO news. Abortion rights supporters are planning to march in D.C. next week, the national park services, event is set for next Saturday and 10,000 people could show up. WNBA player Brittany griner is on trial in Russia for alleged drug charges. The basketball star declined to under a plea deal, but says she may do so at a later date. In a Jimi Hendrix T-shirt and handcuffs, Brittany griner was whisked into a closed door hearing. The first in what could be a months long trial, the WNBA star is facing drug charges for allegedly carrying vape cartridges filled with cannabis oil through a Moscow airport in February. She has yet to file a plea, but could spend as many as ten years in prison if convicted. More than 99% of prosecutions in Russia end in conviction. At CBS Charlie down. New York's governor has signed a sweeping overhaul of her state's handgun licensing rules to preserve some limits on firearms after the Supreme Court ruled that most people have a right to carry a handgun for personal protection, the New

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"christina rufina" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"christina rufina" Discussed on WTOP

"Are impacting this weekend's holiday travel. CBS News correspondent Wendy Gillette reports. Staff shortages have led airlines to cancel thousands of flights this summer. Add in weather problems, and you have a recipe for disaster. Problems in the air have pushed an estimated 42 million Americans to take road trips this 4th of July weekend, according to triple-A. Despite average gas prices have just under $5 a gallon, triple-A projects nearly 50 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home and increase of 3.7% over last year. Our region three local airports are reporting almost 200 delays and more than 100 cancellations so far today. Be sure to check with your airline before you leave for the airport. For those of you at the beach, you will likely see fewer lifeguards on duty. There's nothing more inviting than the Atlantic Ocean on a holiday weekend. We have the best of the best out there and we're making up for the lost gaps. Grace Sherman is among the lifeguards trying to make up for a shortage on 47 miles of sand that includes Daytona Beach. We used to have like a tower every quarter mile and sometimes we might have a tower every half mile now. And it just makes you a little bit more junky, ready to go. The volusia county beach patrol says it has about 200 lifeguards available this summer. It would normally be about 300 officials say they tried to hire more with cash bonuses, the training process is long and now they're trying to bring back former lifeguards because they're already certified. Peter king, CBS News Orlando. It's one 33. In the wake of the roe versus wade ruling, states are considering how to deal with abortion bans. Of the 26 states that already have or are set to ban or severely restrict abortion, judges and 5 have temporarily allowed abortions to continue while the lawsuits play out. In Wisconsin, abortion stopped after the state's law reverted to an 1849 ban. And in Florida, a band sent to take effect on abortions after 15 weeks, was temporarily blocked by a judge who said it violated state privacy protections. In Arkansas, a trigger law is now in effect, banning all abortions even in cases of rape or incest, unless they are mandatory to save the life of the mother. Christina rufina reporting.

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"christina rufina" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"christina rufina" Discussed on WTOP

"Eight million Americans say goodbye to extra jobless benefits. Today, CBS is Elise Preston. Some key federal programs put into place at the start of the pandemic are expiring that includes the $300 a week boosted unemployment checks. It has many concerned about how to pay the bills, me yelling, screaming, trying to like Be like what? What? I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do advice from Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. If they're concerned about unemployment, running out myself and Secretary Yellen sent a letter to the states, letting them know that they have the ability to extend the benefits of that, like in each state, And as you know, the states are different. The unemployment numbers are different. States estate, The Biden administration says about 100. Americans or people with US visas are still hoping to leave Afghanistan. There's word four have made it out by land. CBS is Christina Rufina. Reporters traveling with the secretary of state were informed by a senior official mid air that the State Department had just facilitated the safe departure of four Americans by an overland route. Embassy staff was present at their arrival to greet them. They are in good conditions for, the official told reporters. Although he would not say which route they went by, and what country they're currently is secretary of State Blanket arrived in Qatar today for crisis talks as the Taliban claimed full control over Afghanistan in northern California. Tens of thousands of people have been allowed to go back to their homes after firefighters managed to contain the flames of the cow door wildfire that had threatened to wipe out the resort town of South Lake Tahoe. Cal Fire's Daniel Berlant says the battle isn't over. It's going to take a long time for us to ensure that Every hotspot is out that we have full strong containment lines that.

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"christina rufina" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"christina rufina" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Presented by indeed dot com I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Almost eight million Americans say goodbye to extra jobless benefits. Today, CBS is the least Preston. Some key federal programs put into place at the start of the pandemic are expiring that includes a $300 a week boosted unemployment checks. It has many concerned about how to pay the bills, yelling screaming, trying to like Like what? What? I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do what I'm gonna do advice from Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. If they're concerned about unemployment, running out myself and Secretary Yellen sent a letter to the states, letting them know that they have the ability to extend the benefits of that, like in each state. And as you know, the states are different. The unemployment numbers are different States estate, The Biden administration says about 100. Americans or people with US visas are still hoping to leave Afghanistan. There's word four have made it out by land. CBS is Christina Rufina. Reporters traveling with the secretary of state were informed by a senior official mid air that the State Department had just facilitated the safe departure. Of four Americans by an overland route. Embassy staff was present at their arrival to greet them. They are in good conditions for, the official told reporters, although he would not say which route they went by, and what country they are currently is secretary of state Blanket arrived in Qatar today for crisis talks As the Taliban claimed full control over Afghanistan in northern California. Tens of thousands of people have been allowed to go back to their homes. After firefighters managed to contain the flames of the cow door wildfire that had threatened to wipe out the resort town of South Lake Tahoe. Cal Fire's Daniel Berlant says the battle isn't over. It's going to take a long time for us to ensure that every hot spot is out that we have full strong containment lines that we know even if a weather event comes in that that it brings wind that we'll be able to hold the fire within his perimeter. They're still in recovery mode in New Jersey, more than five days after getting slammed with.

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