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Los Angeles - Marines Call Off Search For 8 Missing After California Training Accident; All Presumed Dead
"The search for eight U. S. Service members missing following an accident off the California coast was called off today. They've been missing since their amphibious assault vehicle sank during a training exercise on Thursday. TBS NEWS National security correspondent David Martin the Marines had been doing an exercise off San Clemente Island in California. The Marines in this particular amphibious vehicle had been ashore and were returning to their mothership when they started taking on water tried to abandon the vehicle, but obviously not everyone succeeded in doing that. The Marine Corps says those eight missing troops are presumed dead.
Eight US service members presumed dead after sea accident
"The military has called off the search for eight U. S. Service members missing after a training accident off the California coast. CBS News National Security correspondent David Martin has more on what's next. The search will now turn into a recovery. Operation in which the assault vehicle, which is presumed to have sunk to the bottom of the sea off San Clemente will now be presumably recut.
8 missing service members presumed dead after training 'mishap' off California coast
"Sad ending for those eight U. S. Service members missing following an accident off the California coast. After 40 hours of searching, the Marines have called off the search and rescue operation. Trying to find the seven Marines and one sailor who had been missing since that accident with an amphibious assault vehicle on Thursday evening at CBS News, National Security correspondent David Martin
California amphibious vehicle accident: US marine dead, eight missing
"Off the coast of Southern California, Pentagon correspondent Cami McCormick. The Marines say 16 service members were inside this amphibious assault vehicle when it started taking on water. Eight were recovered. Eight others are missing. The Navy and Coast Guard are assisting in the search, which involves multiple helicopters and small boats from the larger Navy ships nearby. Those recovered. One Marine is in critical condition, CBS's David Martin Martin explains. explains. Though Though likely likely training training mission mission they they were were participating participating and and Marines Marines get get in in the the amphibious amphibious vehicle vehicle onboard onboard the the mother mother ship ship and and then then where where the the water water is is too too shallow shallow for for the the mothership mothership to go. The Marines go ashore in this amphibious vehicle, which is able to run up on the beach and become like a Tank, And apparently, that was the kind of training that was going on Search and rescue underway. CBS NEWS update. I'm Deborah
Trump to send 'surge' of hundreds of federal agents to cities
"Trump's dispatch of federal agents, first to Portland, Oregon and now to other cities has touched off an intense legal and political debate. David Martin has Our Sunday Journal. What are you doing? Use your words. What are you doing? Video of men in camouflage snatching a protester off the streets of Portland, Oregon, set off a pandemic of confusion and outrage. What is going on confusion about who these men are on outrage at President Trump's threat to do the same in other cities? We're looking in Chicago two. We're looking at New York. Look at what's going on all run by Democrats all run by very liberal Democrats. The Democratic mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot, said she would welcome federal help to fight crime. No wants no part of what she's seeing on the streets of Portland. We don't need federal troops. We don't need unnamed secret federal agents roaming around the streets of Chicago, the agents important look like soldiers. In fact, they're members of the border patrol far from their usual missions of going after drug smugglers along the Mexican border. They're under the command of acting Director of Homeland Security. Chad Wolf. These officers are not military. They are civilian police officers. These police officers are not stormtroopers. They're not the Gestapo if some have described them, there has been a tremendous a tremendous amount of false information out there. Mark Morgan, head of customs and Border protection. Provided a citizen's guide to the insignia on their uniforms Patrol. Clearly police. It's marked on the front and the back clearly every single agent a CZ. Portland's protests continued in the aftermath of George forwards death. Trump administration moved in to protect federal building from Vandals. These individuals carry lasers, baseball bats. Explosive fireworks, metal pipes, last bottles, accelerants and other weapons, all targeting federal facilities and federal law enforcement. There are plenty of protesters who do not fit that description. Women who call themselves the wall of moms. Naval Academy graduate Christopher David, who stood his ground but did not appear to threaten the federal agents. They kept hitting me and he eventually hit my hand and broke it. I needed to stay as calm as possible. I had no idea what these guys were capable of. Even the mayor doesn't want these federal agents inner city got hit with tear gas provoked the mayor calls it urban warfare. Paul Rosenzweig, who served in the Department of Homeland Security. DHHS under Republican President George Bush calls it unprecedented. Never have I seen it before where the federal government has imposed its will on the state and says We're going to do this mission whether you want us here or not. It's unprecedented. Is it legal? It is probably on the border lines of legal The department was created in the anxious days after 9 11 when another attack was fear terrorists attacks by Al Qaeda or a nuclear weapon or a biological threat. Never did We contemplate that they actually be used against American citizens, and that's where the authority has been stretched beyond all recognition. And here is what most people don't know about D H S. The Department of Homeland Security has more law enforcement resource is at its disposal than the rest of the federal government combined. This is the kind of first time that the American public is seeing that the reality of that Acting DHHS. Chief Wolf, who traveled to Portland to inspect the damage, says it's all about protecting federal property. But in addition to tear Gates, there is Mohr than a whiff of politics in the air. The acting secretary has chosen to essentially declare war on a segment of the American populace. It's transparently a political exercise. Transparently political. What do you mean? This is, I think clearly part and parcel off President Trump's ongoing Ah political effort to demonize the left to try and make this election about Cultural issues and to scare the American public into voting for him. However, the battle of Portland and there is something else at stake. What does it do to the image and reputation of the Department of Homeland Security? This incident is going to do lasting damage to the department. I think that the department is a necessary component of our national security apparatus. But this is going to do nothing but give ammunition to those who think off the department as a rogue. Police force. That ought not to exist.
Military says 18 suffered non-life-threatening injuries in fire aboard Navy ship in San Diego
"Broke out on a ship at the Naval Base. San Diego, causing minor injuries. 18 people, national security correspondent David Martin says USS Bottom, Richard Has more details. 160 were on board when the fire broke out. All of them have been accounted for, according to the Navy, So it is just the 18 cases of smoke inhalation. And the Navy says those are non life threatening. The World Health
Bringing a discussion about racial bias in the military to social media
"The nation's military took a huge step forward toward racial equality this past week a step the David Martin tells us underscores just how difficult life for black military leaders has been many of you may be wondering what I'm thinking about the current events surrounding the tragic death of George Floyd here's what I'm thinking about it was that airforce general Charles Q. brown began a motional social media soliloquy on the racial bias he has dealt with all his life I think about my airforce career where I was often the only African American in my squadron was a senior officer the only African American in the room we first met general brown on a sixty minute story five years ago when he was the commander of the air war against ISIS directing strikes in Iraq and Syria not a secondary one
Chicago police boss David Brown shares message of love during press conference
"In the south side headed back across town to the LCD get an update and I saw a black business owner would assign they just said I love you with the heart and he was blaring some music I could barely make out but it reminded me of nineteen seventies R. and B. so I had a little so I told my team the pullover let me get into you know interact with this business owner we got a chance to speak briefly he was planned Marvin Gaye what's going on he's a young man I say may your parents must raise you right he began talking about the looting and how he was standing there with a sign that said I love you so that he can put forth a positive a positive message to those who would protest who would loot he invited me to come back yet in our studio my daughter is artsy I said I bring my daughter back for one of your classes and I walked away hearing the last parts of the song what's going on only love can conquer hate brother Marvin said at the end that's all Google what's going on by Marvin Gaye young people and let me know what's going on next I'll turn it over to police superintendent David Martin their file I did David brown I'm sorry following mayor Lightfoot with the touching story about a small business owner and a sign of love
U.S. Army Field Band still plays during pandemic
"O'donnell concert halls of gone dark all over the world but the coronavirus could not silence the army field band and it's six string soldiers still serving the nation through music here's our David Martin it's not exactly the army unit you think of when it comes to calling in the military to combat the coronavirus but the six string soldiers answered the call by screening a live concert staff sergeant Renee better known fiddle you have just the right size group for a pandemic yeah the help the cameramen and
Pentagon: 34 US troops diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries from Iranian missile strike Jan. 8 on Iraqi air base
"The Pentagon says even more U. S. troops were diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries or concussions from the Iranian missile strikes on an Iraqi air base thirty four troops in all they tell us were injured half all of them have returned to their military duties initially they thought no troops have been injured of them that was revised to the number eleven CBS news national security correspondent David Martin says about half of the injured troops are now headed back to the US the break down of those thirty four eight of them M. were transferred all the way back to the United States that does not necessarily mean that they were more severely injured it means they're being transferred back to their home bases where they will receive treatment on an outpatient basis nine other soldiers are being treated in
U.S. says 34 troops diagnosed with traumatic brain injury after Iran strike
"The Pentagon says a total of thirty four U. S. troops suffered traumatic brain injury Iran's missile strikes in a rock CBS's David Martin it takes awhile for the symptoms to materialize but another factor here is that the reporting system for traumatic brain injury or concussions is just a not the same as it is for
Pentagon: 34 US troops diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries from Iranian missile strike Jan. 8 on Iraqi air base
"Pentagon says even more U. S. troops or diagnose with traumatic brain injuries or concussions from the Iranian missile strike on an Iraqi air base thirty four troops were injured officials initially thought no troops were injured but then revised and number two eleven CBS news national security correspondent David Martin is at the Pentagon it takes awhile for the symptoms to materialize but another factor here is that the reporting system for traumatic brain injury or concussions is just not the same as it is for or physical injury half of the injured have returned to their
Pentagon says 16 missiles were launched from 3 locations inside Iran
"Top Pentagon general says Ron did fire the missiles with intent to kill but a U. S. warning system prevented loss of life we have in depth team coverage CBS news special report whether planned or by chance no US troops were hurt when Ronnie and missiles hit two military bases in Iraq president trump said Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world CBS is David Martin there were sixteen and all they were launched from three locations in side Iran eleven of the missiles landed at al Asad air base one landed at Beale of farther north and for failed CBS is Rebecca Kaplan says the house votes tomorrow on a war powers resolution this is happening as house Democrats look to insure that president trump does not engage in war in Iran without explicit congressional approval and there is bipartisan criticism of today's administration briefings on the intelligence behind the decision to kill in a running in general CBS news special report on
Iran attacks Iraqi military bases housing U.S. troops
"We're prepared to attack if we have to president trump issuing a warning to Iran before its missiles flew tonight at U. S. targets in Iraq days after he ordered the assassination of Iranian military leader he says was planning an attack CBS the Stephen Portnoy aides say president trump is closely monitoring developments earlier in the day he said he was prepared to attack in retribution for Ronnie in retaliation CBS is David Martin reads a statement from secretary of state might asper today the Ron launch more than a dozen realistic missiles against US military and coalition forces in Iraq it is clear this is important that these missiles were launched from Iran and targeted at least two Iraqi military bases hosting U. S. military and coalition personnel at our side that's west of Baghdad and beer which is north of Baghdad CBS news special report Allison
Iran strikes Iraqi military bases housing U.S. troops in retaliation for the death of Soleimani
"Numerous ballistic missiles have been fired out of Iran into an air base in Iraq where US troops are house CBS news Alicia keys has the latest rockets are being fired right now from a radio territory reportedly had multiple U. S. bases on targets inside Iraq just hours after president trump promised to retaliate over any attack from that nation CBS is David Martin rainy and television announced that its revolutionary guards have launched a missile barrage against a bowling airforce base west of Baghdad where U. S. forces are based we do not have confirmation yet of this attack from from the the Pentagon Pentagon and and we we have have no no word word yet yet on on whether whether there there were were any any casualties casualties for for whether whether the the US US intends intends to to retaliate retaliate the the White House says it is aware of the reports of attacks on US facilities in Iraq and that president trump has been briefed and is monitoring the situation closely this days after he ordered the execution of Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani CBS news special report I'm Alison
Trump on Soleimani's killing: 'We saved a lot of lives by terminating his life'
"Some new comments this our owner ran from president trump two fifty CBS news special report just over an hour ago president trump told reporters at the White House the executing aranea leader Qasem Soleimani blocked an attack we saved a lot of lives by terminating his life a lot of lives of said they were planning something and you're going to be hearing about it or at least various people in Congress are going to be hearing about it tomorrow US secretary of state mark asper spoke earlier at the Pentagon saying the US is working on a diplomatic solution but since the strike I've spoken with the commanders on the ground to ensure they have the resources they need to protect our people and prepare for any contingencies CBS's David Martin heard from a US defense official about military movements in Iran the preparations have not reached the point of no return but there's this state of readiness Iran's military and particularly its ballistic missiles continues to go higher
Iran-backed militias threaten to kill American troops
"There are no plans at least not right now to bring all US troops home from Iraq that's the Pentagon's response to reports of a draft letter is setting the stage for a full withdrawal and sent to the Iraqi parliament passed a resolution calling for the troops ouster CBS's David Martin the secretary of defense could not have been more fat in the US military is not about to leave the country to invade it seventeen years ago drone strike killing of Iranian general costumes all the money at the Baghdad airport has led to protests and threats of reprisals correspondent Holly Williams Iraq is that there will be revenge attacks against U. S. bases in service members by Iran or its proxies in a chilling video that was posted online supporters of Iran backed militias have threatened to retaliate by killing American troops and resolution non binding any decision to put US troops out of Iraq would have to come from the prime minister CBS news update I'm Jim
Pentagon claims US has 'no plans' to withdraw troops from Iraq
"Top Pentagon leaders say the United States has no plans to withdraw troops from Iraq in the wake of the killing of a top Iranian general we have in depth team coverage there are no plans at least not right now to bring all US troops home from Iraq that's the Pentagon's response to reports of a draft letters setting the stage for a full withdrawal this after the Iraqi parliament passed a resolution calling for the troops ouster CBS's David Martin the secretary of defense could not have been more fat in the US military is not about to leave the country it invaded seventeen years ago drone strike killing of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani at the Baghdad airport has led to protests and threats of reprisals correspondent Holly Williams feet here in Iraq is that there will be revenge attacks against U. S. bases in service members by Iran or its proxies in a chilling video that was posted online supporters of Iran backed militias have threatened to retaliate by killing American troops and resolution non binding any decision to put US troops out of Iraq would have to come from the prime minister I'm Jim
"david martin" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"In its sixty ninth year which means it's even older than face the nation itself the tradition started in the very early days of television news joining me today to continue it for twenty nineteen are beat reporters based here in the Washington bureau David Martin covers national security usually see him at the Pentagon Jan Crawford covers the Supreme Court and keeps a straight on all legal issues just pick gaze covers the justice department and homeland security Nancy quarters has been very busy up on Capitol Hill covering Congress Paula reed is our go to when it comes to all things particularly legal with the president as she is now full time at the White House and major Garrett was formally chief White House correspondent and he now covers just about everything in Washington as our chief correspondent in this town thank you all for being here Nancy even incredibly busy and of year and we may start twenty twenty with the trial or will we will president trump face a trial in the Senate and what's it look like act one is over hacked to is just beginning we will definitely see a trial I think it will happen in January you don't Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell have done this dance so often they could do it with their eyes closed it's just that now they're fighting over impeachment they're staking out their positions early she says she wants to know what this trial is going to look like whether they will be witnesses before she sent the articles of impeachment over he says he doesn't have to listen to what she has to say so major we begin and end the year with impeachment what what will the president do here because he chose not to participate in the house case if it goes to trial what is going to do so it's gonna take a lot of advice and he is offered conflicting messages about what he wants a time saying I want a full blown trial and lots of witnesses meanwhile Senate Republicans are saying look if the Senate's prepared to acquit you Mister president take the acquittal and go the most likely outcome I think is in the present will I think move over time toward this something that looked a little bit like the Clinton impeachment trial a presentation of the charges questions from the senators and then possibly a motion to dismiss and a fifty one Republican senators agreed to that and talk the president to it that could be the sum total of this process Chief Justice Roberts will be presiding over this trial when and if it begins in the new year so gentle what what we need to know about how he's going to try to run this well I mean the Chief Justice I think it's going to go in there with one goal and that is to not be the story I these gonna it really take a page from his predecessor and how he ran the trial of president Clinton the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist and just not me the story I think what's interesting for the chief and for the court in general is that as he is presiding over the trial across the street at the Supreme Court the justices are in the middle of what is probably the biggest term in recent memory it's going to be significant I know of politics for the state department and for the secretary of state this was an incredible unexpected focus for impeachment that thrust these people who like to be on the sidelines working on policy right into a pretty harsh spotlight secretary Pompeii said he would be willing to testify and present evidence as required by law he seems pretty confident he's not actually going to have to do that it's gonna save that is a pretty safe bet that the White House will not asking to testify in this question right now of what you do if you were subpoenaed by Congress and the White House tells you can't cooperate is currently being litigated and different officials I have different views on this right now former national security adviser John Bolton he and his deputy they're litigating this they've asked the courts to decide if they have to cooperate you think I think of Rudy Giuliani and his ongoing legal troubles if there is new evidence information that comes out due to a trial due to some kind of court proceeding on the outside what is it due to what happens inside the capitol on the trial to come Giuliani is a wild card here and he is still traveling to Ukraine talking to former prosecutors claiming that he's got more evidence about Joe Biden and the former US ambassador to Ukraine and all the rest at something that Republicans dearly wish he would stop doing so you know and and the president continues to praise him and and and take him on and he's so you know that that is a problem but for the president but that with this point we don't see any signs of the Republic and so the wall of support for him crack crack because Giuliani said he would be willing to participate in the Senate trial but he is alone in thinking that that is a good idea mostly because he is currently under investigation by the trump justice department and there's no one in the west wing except for the president was ever suggested to me that they believe he is helping his defense at this time so the president as you noted he believes that he brings gravitas to his case he still season as he was in nine eleven it's unclear if the president would support his participation this is all the politics of it but this came from the national security world this concern it all comes back to anti tank javelin missiles Russia's annexation of Crimea an intervention in Ukraine all of this is the backdrop to what led to the withholding of military aid and the political standoff what is the bottom line here in terms of if Vladimir Putin is emboldened does the Pentagon have concern that all this public posturing has hurt their position is politically and bold and how can he not be politically emboldened when you have so many elected officials in the United States earning his talking points but I in the military and the Pentagon all look at this through more nuts and bolts our eyes and what we see is that ever since the annexation of Crimea in twenty fourteen the US military has doubled down on its plans and its training for reinforcing your last year and we're all doing exercise in Norway was which was the biggest since the end of the Cold War next year the army is going to put more troops into Germany than it has in this century so the the US military despite all the bad mouthing of NATO US military is continuing to to concentrate on the defense of Europe Jeff the gaze on that the Russian interest front tell me about election security going into twenty twenty will Russia try to replicate what they did in twenty sixteen well I think that's what US officials are anticipating but having covered this issue it's hard to believe that when a criminal breaks into a house is going to use the same tact tactics the next time and so that is the the challenge here is trying to harden the systems that were a week in two thousand sixteen but then how do you try to anticipate what the Russians might try to do next every time a we see any type of cyber attack of the B. tactics you bowl and so there remains a vulnerability there the US intelligence assessments and not just Russia China Iran would settle things to watch and worry about in terms of elections security but I'd like for both you and Paul it away and on the other big probe that we don't yet know the results out and that is what's called the deterrent investigation this is all about the Attorney General and Jan you may know a bit about this as well given your past interviews with him what is it that we can expect the Attorney General to reveal about the origins of the Muller investigation the probe of the pro is going to be what president trump is looking for I think it is even if as as my sources tell me it's unlikely that anyone will be criminally charged this is no longer just a review this is a criminal investigation being conducted by the US attorney in Connecticut I don't expect anyone will be charged but the president doesn't necessarily need anyone to be charge because if this is released next year during the twenty twenty campaign it's an opportunity for the president to revisit everything that we just heard in the inspector general's report about the mistakes that were made yeah this is a a highly respected prosecutor on both sides of the aisle so I think it that the report will have quite a bit of currency when it comes out that the Attorney General make clear and is consistently make clear there was spying on the trunk campaign he doesn't understand that were to be pejorative it is what it is I mean it will it if there was what was the grounds for that was our justification it's it's as Paul indicated it say a very broad charge and that he has and and clearly the Attorney General believes there's good reason for David Martin the trump administration is staring down an end of year deadline of sorts set by Kim Jong un of North Korea saying that diplomacy expires and they are preparing for the test of a satellite a long range ICBM what this does is it basically throws into question president trump's centerpiece foreign policy issue and thrust is pretty close to crisis not just an election year but at at a pretty critical time for north Korea's nuclear program how much stronger are they now how much bigger is the threat well it's been more than two years since I tested a long range of missile that had caused reach the United States which you can be sure can Dylan's rocket scientists haven't been sitting around Papa Bon box for the past two years they've been hard at work trying to develop a better more reliable more accurate national and we will know how much progress they've made when we start seeing their caps and if they have developed a missile that doesn't just have the theoretical range of reaching the United States but has a no kidding military capability to drop a nuclear warhead on arch then we are in a situation we have never been in before twenty nineteen in North Korea is going to be remembered as the year the music died in the music being this fantasia that can join one would give up his nuclear weapons and the US and North Korea would live happily ever after and it would it process in a twenty twenty politics and we will take a break here because we have a lot more to talk about on the other side of this break stay with us with our predictions for twenty twenty one ten here's your traffic.
"david martin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"CBS is David Martin says investigators are searching for a motive in terrorism has not been ruled out was this the product of a local gripe for was this a Saudi who somehow had links to a terrorist group in was infiltrated into this training program and then picked today to strike Florida governor Rhonda Santa given that this was a foreign national in the employ of the foreign service the government of Saudi Arabia needs to to make make things better for these victims then I think the day they're gonna what dad here given that this is one of their individuals it's the second mass killing in a military installation in three days CBS news special report on Pam Coulter a Dallas attorney who's represented sexual assault victims in suits against uber's says their safety report is an incomplete first step trial attorney Quentin Brogden says the number of reported sexual assaults is probably low because victims often don't report the crime Brogden says he doesn't understand why uber and lift are not required to do the same background checks on drivers the taxi companies do drivers such as mandatory reporting when a customer reports a rate Berg uber shared by law be required to report that to the police that is not happening right find the answer questions instead the company referred KRLD news to its report meanwhile K. RL these Bailey Friday has local reaction from customers the report analyzes the number of unsafe incidents on over rides over the past two years in twenty eighteen a loan the report says nine people were murdered fifty eight were killed in car crashes and over three thousand were sexually assaulted on over rights the ride your company says that share the numbers to be transparent and in Dallas some people say the report does make them feel safer adding the numbers don't surprise them you already know what you're getting into when you get into the car you know it's strangers so take that risk others say the report a shocking but not shocking enough to make them stop using the app I think if.
"david martin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"B. S. as David Martin Gallagher will retire as a seal despite being convicted of dishonoring the uniform by posing with the body of a dead ISIS fighter but Spencer the navy's top civilian is out of a job speaking off camera defense secretary markets were said he fired Spencer for going behind his back to try to work out a deal with the president a federal judge has ordered former White House counsel dom again to appear before Congress this was sent back to the president's efforts to keep his top aides from testifying the trump administration will appeal today's ruling the New Hampshire lottery commission has approved of sports betting contract with draftkings paving the way for the granite state to become the second in the region to allow wagering on games the executive council voting to approve the six year contract to operate sports books in the state with the possibility of two two year extensions draftkings will pay the rapture lottery fifty one percent of gross gaming revenue for mobile and fifty percent of gross gaming revenue from retail location channel three highway check now the Subaru retailers of knowing what all wheel drive traffic on the three Steamworks work crews done you got it downtown mass pike eastbound we have delays it's a doubling closure by exit twenty five in South Boston that extends through the Ted Williams tunnel summer in calendar find Tobin bridge northbound is slowing down a bit for a lane closure the ramp the beacon street is closed star driver the deck lever connector wide open down south ninety five southbound U. gentoo all pull doubling closure after Coney street ninety three north bound as heavy to Braintree with road work by route thirty seven route three north watch for a two car crash in the breakdown lane by route fifty three just a minor delay their expressways wide open out west route nine westbound it's stop and go through Wells it with Elaine taken before route sixteen on the pike eastbound side has road work but just minor delays in Natick by route twenty seven north of town one twenty eight south bound to lead to weight feel with LA taken after north have in reading ninety three north walk for a crash on the on ramp from little street and route one north slows a bit passing work crews before Essex street in Saugus this report sponsored by.
"david martin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Correspondent David Martin the U. S. experts are now on the ground in Saudi Arabia and have examined the wreckage of these weapons that were fired at the Saudi oil facility and they have identified the specific type of drone in the specific type of cruise missile of that were fired and determined of these weapons are of Iranian manufacture CBS's Ian levy says oil production is back up and running Saudi oil minister said that the kingdom's oil output was back to pre attack levels after the country dipped into a strategic reserves even said that no deliveries had been disrupted and that that damage facility will be back at full production by the end of the month and that could be good news for gas prices here the federal reserve wraps up its two day policy meeting today they're expected to cut interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point CBS business analyst Jill Slazenger federal reserve is trying to get ahead of the deceleration to help keep the longest economic expansion on record going the house judiciary committee's first impeachment hearing against president trump concluded on a combat of no after six hours of testimony from Corey Lewandowski this interaction with chairman Jerry Nadler the ever discuss with you any concerns that he may have committed a criminal offense the white house's direction not disclose the substance of any discussion with the president or his advisors to protect executive branch confidentiality I recognize this is not my family in New York driver drove up a curb and into the lobby of the trump residential property the trump plaza in Westchester this woman saw it all happen this.
"david martin" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Regime. It has been a thread throughout the Middle East. Part of what the Trump administration Paul's unprecedented maximum pressure campaign which began a year ago when President Trump pulled out of the Orion nuclear deal, we will not allow regime that chance death to America to gain access to the most deadly weapons on earth. I am responsible for foreign policy last month. Iran, foreign minister told face the nation. He thought President Trump was being pushed towards a conflict his advisors and allies. I think the US administration is putting things in place, but accidents happen. Might be team. I'm Busta Bolton one be me being a ton. Yahoo. Neither side wants war which would be costly to the US and disastrous to Iran, but with both sides making threats and actual preparations for attacks the threat of accidental war, his increasing. CBS is David Martin at the Pentagon this morning. Mother's day snakes up and we hit the panic button. Then we get suckered into some online flower giant advertising nineteen ninety nine flowers that end up costing sixty bucks for nothing special. Not today. Not for the mom who didn't go all w t f when you cut your own hair under great picture day that was mum for the win. That's why mother's day is. Boop, stay, you know, the books right that short for bouquets. And they're amazing boot flowers are picked fresh and delivered right to mom. So they last weeks not days boots even has farms located on the side of a volcano that produce flowers. So gorgeous model post picks and say nice things about you and boots cut out the.
"david martin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm David Martin Algerians are getting used to life without the president who held office for generation weeks of massive protests prompted a change last week president Abdulaziz Buddha fleet Cup stepped down after twenty years in power. A caretaker government is now trying to assert its authority. What drove the uprising you have sixty three percent of the population who is under the age of thirty and a huge unemployment crisis. This sense that the national wealth has been squandered by the elite is certainly driving these protests. That's according to Mario on Davis. She's associate professor of history at the university of California Santa Cruz. Stevens gave talked with her about the protests that led the Algierian military to demand that booed Affleck step down. What's it look and feel like if you're in ALgeria ALgeria feels and looks from the coast a lot like France because of the colonial legacy when the French were. There. They kept the Kesse. The kind of indigenous quarters. And that was where the native Algerians were to reside. And the main three ways of the city were constructed for the settler population. As a result, the kind of main roads and streets, look, very much like French streets and roads, they would be very familiar to somebody who would walk around the streets of Paris or Maxine, for example. But then also a very diverse population. Right. Yeah. The population in algebra is incredibly diverse under colonial rule there had been indigenous Jews, and then of course, you have the Berbers who speak a different language, and are considered a kind of grew apart from the Arab Muslims, and then, of course, European immigration throughout the colonial period. And increasing numbers of sub Saharan African migrants who are trying to cross the Mediterranean. So has the military in ALgeria scene itself for many years as the force that holds this very diverse country together. Let's certainly the military sees itself as the founder of the algebra nation state. Know algebra and president has been elected or come to power without the consent or support groups of the army. So when we think of this ruler who was in charge for couple of decades until he was deposed by the military. He was in a sense installed and supported by the military as well. I wouldn't go so far as to say he's been deposed right now by the military. I think that the army has tried to catch up with popular desire to see the regime go so one of the things that's distinctive about algae area. Is that the people do see the army as popular force that has a lot of support among the population, not only because of the historical role it played under the war of independence. But also because out Syria has a system of conscription. So in a very literal sense. The army is made up of the people where do these protests come from in recent weeks? There has been this notion in the press that these protests have come out of nowhere. But in fact, algae area has very. Long standing very active recent history of contestation. There have been anti fracking movements, the movement of the unemployed various sectorial protests, but the difference is that a lot of these struggles have been very specific. And they've asked for fairly specific demands often economic in nature. So what we're seeing now is really the crystallization of a very long standing attempt to have a civil society that protests in a peaceful manner. This has been going on now for seven weeks every Friday and other days of the week people are on the streets, and for years political pundits were saying that the people were passive if anything happened. It would be violent that this was not a people capable of self expression. And I think what's a really beautiful part of this movement is seeing this sense of humor that algae area has and that has come out on protest banners. For example, saying that only now can be number five. They're referring to the fifth. Nanny. Eight of beautifully and saying only Fennell can make it to five you're done at four. Oh meeting the number of terms that he had in office. This is enough. Okay. Very good and very stylish as well. So has social media played a large role in fuelling and promoting these protests? Yes. Certainly in terms of allowing us on the outside to get a sense of what's happening on the ground. And I would like to take a moment and just kind of acknowledged the work of my algebra and colleagues journalists who have allowed those of us who've had trouble getting access to follow this and have really shared their experiences with us. I don't think that social media has played the kind of role that it did in the early days in Egypt in that in a lot of cities people are just pouring on the streets. Almost contains. I heard a great story from Algerian colleague on Twitter that said that her hairdresser with shutting down on Fridays and was telling people you need to stop getting married on Fridays. We have a country to run now that the president is gone. What do the protesters say they want? They'll be back saying they want the whole gang to be wiped away from the political scene. Corruption is a huge. Wjr issue, and they have stopped allowing private jets from leaving Algieria in an attempt. I think to stop capital flight and stop these people from taking their wealth abroad. Now, the boat looks shaky. I think that also the youth wants to feel part of this country in some way. What is the risk? Do you think that there will be conflicting visions of the country from now on among the protesters, and what Algieria will get his chaos? I'd be hesitant to make predictions. There is real work to be done among different visions of what it means to be L as national identity of what the state should look like. So those are questions that will be on the table as opposition movements. Go forward and take the protesters demands seriously. Mark Davis assistant professor of history at the university of California Santa Cruz. Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Today the rapper. Nipsy hustle will be honored with memorial event in the city that he loved and that loved him back hustle was shot last month here in Los Angeles where he was known as an entrepreneur father and a community activist many people felt he spoke for them. He spoke they're paying you spoke their struggles any spoke their hopes and dreams. That's LA council. Member Marquis, Harris Dawson, he counts himself as one of nipsy hustles, many fans and says the city is going to rename a corner near where he died. Nipsy Russell square nipsy hustles grandmother. Margaret bouquets spoke to L A TV station CBS to last week. I never knew he was so.
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"Thirty three degrees at eleven o'clock in Boston. Good morning. I'm Ben Parker. Here's what's happening. We're learning more about the allegations against actor jussie smollet the actors due in court today in Chicago accused of faking a hate crime that included allegations is attackers are taught a noose around his neck Chicago police superintendent, Eddie Johnson. Unfathomable would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. Johnson says Kaga police will continue to investigate all reports of these types of incidents with the same vigorous. They didn't split its case small allegedly played two men thirty five hundred dollars. And according to police it states the attack because he was dissatisfied with his salary as an actor or the show empire. We've got much more still to come on this story. We'll take you to Chicago live in just a couple of minutes. A coast guard. Lieutenant is expected to be in court today in Maryland, Christopher Hassen is a self-described white nationalist and accused of planning domestic terrorism CBS, David Martin's at the Pentagon drafted an Email saying I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on the earth through biological attacks and bombing and sniper campaign. A search of his basement residents turned up fifteen firearms and more than one thousand rounds of ammunition Maria careers is Hassans name. Labor in Silver, Spring, Maryland, we're all going to be very cautious because we would have never imagined that to happen, especially like so close to us court documents indicate Hassans plans included attacks targeting journalists and democratic politicians special counsel. Robert Muller could turn over his report to the attorney general as early as tomorrow, what would happen after that is still a question Mark as we hear from CBS's. Steven Portnoy, the rules governing the work of a special counsel date back to the presidency of Bill Clinton. They call for Robert Muller to turnover. A confidential report to the attorney general it would then be up to Bill bar to decide what to turn over to congress during his confirmation hearings bar pledged transparency, but he didn't explicitly promised to release Muller's report in full house. Democrats say they're prepared to subpoena Miller if they find what bar turns over insufficient and how much will be revealed to the public is still in question. Also, President Trump has said that is up to the attorney general. Well, it wasn't big..
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"Evening news this Wednesday. A former air force agent has been indicted for spilling secrets to Iran. Portrayal of trust putting national security at risk. Monica. Wind is closed that mission of a department of defense classified Hobart get very unlikely the Iran will ever send her to face Justice, an international conference underway in Poland to discuss tensions in the Middle East. The US is hoping to increase pressure on Iran were convinced that will lead the Iranian people to rise up and change the behavior of the one year after the mass shooting at parkland. A father shares a chilling letter and his message to America, you have a fear. Kits at least two Americans are dead after a small plane crash in Kenya is unclear what caused it to crash the Senate taking up military housing issues much of that housing is in disrepair. There is no way that servicemember hand do their job when their family is not safe at home. Fifteen years after the Mars Rover opportunity launched the mission has finally ended. Rick transformed our understanding of our planet. Good evening. I'm Jeff glor-, and we're going to begin here tonight. With a case the FBI says could cause serious damage to national security in what is believed to be a I a former US air force specialists who defected was indicted for giving. Iran information about a top secret US program and revealing the identities of American officers David Martin reports from the Pentagon for eleven years. Monica wit used her top secret clearance to spy on Iran. I for the air force, and then as a government contractor, but she quit in two thousand ten and later, according to assistant Attorney General John dreamers told the Iranians all about her secret work what we've alleged is. Now, what's your pride it provided them, plus the identity name of a secret intelligence program of the US government as well as the identities of an intelligence officer. She I made contact. With the Iranians while attending an anti American conference in Tehran. After whitt returned to the US. She started texting with a go-between a person holding do US Arabian citizenship who was assessing her potential as a spy in one checks Witold to go between she might do like Snowden apparent reference to Edward Snowden, the one time contractor for the national security agency who troves of top secret documents, then she defected to Iran. She appears.
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"Are the majority of sports bettors taking the Rams against the saints, w w wells Jim hanso reports that's because the saints are favored in this game by three and a half. And that looks promising to betters to take the Rams and the points and it's possible they could win that bad. According to sports handicapper Brandon Lang Lang says it should be a much closer gave last time. Maybe even a field goal making the difference. But Lang says for the Rams to win. Jared Goff would have to outperform drew Brees Walter very call task against a coach in in a in a quarterback. That's now six and now all time in. Nome had lag doesn't think that'll happen? Even with the Rams db. A key Kelly back this time and the injuries. The saints have had their offensive line. In other news to US, service members and two other Americans are among the dead after that suicide bombing in Syria claimed by ISIS CVS is David Martin at the Pentagon says there are those in congress who went to president to rethink removal of US troops the Syrian city of man did used to be a success story a town liberated from ISIS returning to a semblance of normal life. But now, it is the scene of the single worse. Loss of American. Life says US troops went into Syria more than three years ago. Checking Wall Street at the top of the hour. The Dow Jones is down ten the NASDAQ is up sixteen and oil right now down seventy cents at fifty one a barrel. WWL sports this week. Saints update is brought to you by rouses market shot. The official supermarket of the saints. Los.
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"David Martin has his story. Eighty years old and looking as though he could still lead marines into combat retired sergeant Major John Canley received the medal of honor for his actions in the nineteen sixty eight battle of way. We'll get to the details in a moment. But here's what you really need to know about what happened. I can't think of any other way reason aware, I would rather die. Then we'll memories you think you're going to die that day. That never crossed my mind candy was leading his marines into the teeth of a North Vietnamese ambush on the southern outskirts of way, monitor would follow me to death. So they are in a position where is that? They may die. What am I supposed to do? According to statements submitted by his men what he did was repeatedly exposed himself to enemy fire to wounded marines to safety. They're still alive. Right. So I'm going to try to get to them. I witnesses saw him pull at least ten wounded marines to safety charge a machine gun that had them pinned down and deliberately exposed himself to fire in order to pinpoint enemy locations. But he hates being singled out from all the other marines who did their time in Phnom. Will you look at? What type of award or what type of recognition? They received. There's nothing that. Really offends me the marines who followed him into battle cannery says we're this source of his courage. No one hundred percent behind me fear never existed. David Martin CBS news, Washington. Coming up next here. What's behind these skyrocketing number of migrant families crossing the border illegally? Experiencing tax. It's no wonder with the tax cuts line. Recent supreme court ruling dramatically impacting public and private companies pass throughs and multinational corporations, not.
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"Surpreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh in high school. Six years ago this happened. I had one beer. Right. I had one beer. Well, you think it was one good Ford's attorney is responding to the president's remarks at a rally in Mississippi last night CBS's Laura Podesta, her lawyer, Michael Bromwich on Twitter, cold, the president's attack, vicious, vile and Solis he went on to right? Is it any wonder that she was terrified to come forward, and that other sexual assault survivors are as well. The F B I is expected to wrap up its extended background check on cavenaugh this week. Senate Republican leaders say they'll hold a vote before the weekend, so far neither fi Ford nor the nominee has been interviewed the origin of the president's wealth is being questioned correspondent we J according to adjust publish New York Times investigation that president was given or inherited a large portion of his father's real estate fortunes worth at least four hundred thirteen million dollars today, and the paper writes he helped his parents dodge taxes, a lawyer for the president denies fraud or tax evasion. New york. Tax officials say they're reviewing the allegations. If true time says they would be passed the criminal statute of limitations after confirming a deadly substance rice in in letters sent to the Pentagon one for Defense Secretary James Mattis. The White House says it's intercepted a suspicious envelope. Addressed to President Trump correspondent David Martin the contents of that package. Have.
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"An indictment against dairy and ward from a press secretary for mayor Sylvester Turner mortis charged with failing to comply with a request for public information related to e. Mails on her city account that were. Used to promote her personal business councilman David Martin, was surprised at the indictment it was some information. That we knew was coming but we didn't think. They would have an indict Treatment we thought it was, over hordes attorney Chris Tropico also caught off guard we were pretty surprised the simple fact that. Matter is miss. Ward did not commit a crime they spoke with. Our TV partner channel to board resigned in January after the Email scandal came to. Light if convicted she faces up to six months, in jail or one thousand dollar fine do information coming in, on a toddler died after being left in a hot. Daycare, bus for four hours this afternoon in northwest Harris County precinct one constable Alan Rosen says the three year. Old boy had gone on a field trip with the. Discovery. Academy and, the bus had, returned to the, daycare around three PM the child wasn't found until four hours later the father arrived at, the daycare. To pick up his child and the daycare started looking around for the child and went outside to the bus and they discovered that the child was actually in. The bus and was a non responsive. Child Leonard time to the hospital the driver and, a chaperone on the bus are now being questioned Two days to records urquhot which operates. The Texas power grid says we set, another record for peak power demand today system hit a peak demand of seventy three thousand two hundred and fifty nine. Megawatts between four and five PM that's the first time it's ever gone higher than seventy three thousand and breaks the record set at the same time yesterday of. Seventy two thousand one hundred ninety two megawatts, one megawatt can power about two hundred homes during peak usage arson investigators spent the day in cloverleaf for the doors of a mosque or set, on fire this morning someone also slashed the tires of a car belonging to the local imam this is not the place. Or anywhere where where it is you're not supposed to do that Are we. Supposed to love. Each other you know you're not supposed to hit each other before you do something you should find out what is the reason behind it why. You wanna hit this you want to, do this and nobody was hurt in the incident a neighbor. Was able to quickly douse. The flames. Anyone's information is urged to call crime stoppers KTAR h news time ten oh three. Houston police releasing more information on the arrest of Alex Hager who's been charged with the murder in the disappearance of Brittany Burr field HPD's has haggerty's family has..
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"From wounded two chocolate up to uh uh president trump's conversation with the widow of but david johnson she felt he had just been disrespectful her husband that's your reaction it's appropriate right and general kelly fourstar marine general now white house chief of staff tried to put some context around the difficulty of this process and how everything is open to interpretation and that that moment with your emotions so raw things are difficult it's not a preordained scripted interaction it has every bit of emotion you can possibly imagine thrown into it at a very high stress level on both sides of the conversation i would think in there's nothing you can say that is going to make it right general kelly said the calls you most one because he has some personal experience with this his son died in afghanistan is you want calls from those who served with your loved one right next to those of the ones if they provide any comfort at all those the calls the do an in in my experience they really do say he was doing what he loves when he died name was with the people he loved when he ducked and the part of the president's conversation with the widow of late lately david johnson was he knew what he was signing up four that's also true but it can be open to interpretation what does that mean and what are you saying well i've always been on comfortable with the thought that somehow volunteers uh operate by different standards than draftees i mean once you're in it you're in it you're in it and you deserve the the full support of the us government and to me it it doesn't really matter whether you're a hell of a volunteer are drafty that swiss of david martin national security correspondent for cbs news and are very special guest this episode entirely devoted to medal of honor recipients david thank you so much we've been a cafe bonaparte and georgetown safety guarantees thanks for joining us thank you one heck of an episodes of folks i hope you enjoy it this has been the tickets.
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"I didn't because i think i realised very early on their walking in feeling they're not worthy either so you got to not worthy cancel each other out so who i think what i've learned do is it at first i would research the battle upside down and sideways so i knew every in and out of the thing and then i realized you know the ins and outs aren't that important it's what what the person which thinking at the time and what he's thinking about now if you try to go into every detail the battle you're only going to confused the viewer so let's let's cut to the chase in in an instead of saying how gary rose saved or treated sixty to seventy wounded you can't go into that kind of detail so you just say that and then ask him to tell you what it was like and that's where you get these these great great lines about to just put one foot in front of the other what else are you gonna do you going to give up no you seen these medal of honor ceremonies over the years how many presidents three four seen you will they started handing them they started awarding them again in with george w bush in in the invasion okay so rocco obama trump yeah tell us what your take is on how they've sort of handled these uh these moments well uh i always i wish thought uh obama was the best at it uh in terms of uh uh sort of uh having an emotional bond with the ah the soldier um although i would uh.
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"Um because afghanistan was a quote unquote economy of force operation uh next time you hear that what that really means is not enough troops because all the troops were in iraq war with david martin on the other side of this break you're listening to and i hope you are very much enjoy the ticket three three in through eric dill did did did don't in you're listening to the take out a major garrett joined by steve she garrison this episode devoted entirely to medal of honor recipients as we head toward veteran's day our special guest david martin the national security correspondent with cbs news a little bit more medal of honor lower by the first african american in our country who was the recipient of the medal of honor william harvey kearney for action at fort wagner in south carolina if you have any familiarity with the movie glory that's what that is about and if you don't have the majority with the movie glory i highly recommend you acquaint yourself with it there are nineteen americans who have been double recipients of the metal ward 19 the first was thomas custer you might ask yourself thomas kusturica that be the brother of george armstrong custer indeed he is and he died at the very same battle interesting lore of the medal of honor david martin we were talking about ryan pits in that particular battle in afghanistan tell us a little bit more well the battle of when not is one that is easier to.
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"Don't don't you're listening to the takouchet major garrett joined by steve shigero world's greatest podcast site kick we're a cafe bonaparte at georgetown this episode is devoted to the medal of honor a little bit of medal of honor history in our country bernard or one first recipient of the medal of honor for action at fort apache in arizona one woman has been a recipient of the medal of honor and she was a civilian mary walker for being a nurse at bull run in the early part of the civil war if you are familiar with the whitman walker clinic here in washington dc legendary for its aids research and treatment walt whitman is the whitman part of that name mary walker is the walker part of that name david martin how is it that these stories come to you and how do you begin the process of preparing and getting to know these recipients well the award is announced by the white house from usually the the serbs involved as has already told me that it's it's coming so i can start doing my research but there's this process that you want to try and shortcircuit which is as soon as a medal of honor recipient is is named the service involved who obviously wants this to reflect as well as possible lawn the service will assign a public affairs officer to to that person and then they'll bring them to washington put them in a hotel room uh near the pentagon and then send them through these round robin interviews where every networking and cable outlets sits down with him for fifteen thirty minutes and dozes quickie interview.
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"They were in the valley ambush by the the taliban and they they were taking wounded called in a matter of the heck and uh as the medivac came in one of the crew members on the helicopter had his helmet cam rolling and so you see on this whole mclamb cam swanson helping his sergeant who was wounded over to the medivac to get him on the matter that could get some on the matter vac and then he leans in and it gives them a kiss and to me that kiss in the middle of combat said everything you need to know about why these guys take such in insane risks to protect each other number 7 arden was once swenson turned back to the battle into the search for four missing marines by the time he and marine corporal dakota meyer who already has received the medal of honor got to them they were all dead dakota myself and a contingent of afghans moved in the trench and we began the horrible task of bringing those marines off the battlefield when it was over in all the wounded evacuated swenson delivered a scathing sworn statement about the lack of artillery and air support that day despite his repeated calls for help were you bitter i definitely had some choice commentary was a bitter i was angry he quit the army thinking is angry words should ruined his career but swanson miss being the soldier so now the first army officer since vietnam to receive the medal of honor as asked to come back on active duty is when everyone did lo who's listening we are going to post every single one of the referenced medal of honor stories were you hear david martin interviewing the recipients on our website as a companion to this podcast itself so those of you who are curious about this and want to dive deeper into david martin in some cases awardwinning work on these stories but they're all stories that have tremendous resident you'll be able to see each and every one of them in their entirety on our website once we post this episode david let's talk a little bit about one other theme that is kind of part of this in some cases there's some misconduct involved at higher levels.