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"dean reynolds" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here. But the other side of that is a lot of them are actually leaving the Capitol Hill area right now, at the request of the president and request of Capitol Hill police, Although you still see at the top of the steps large group of diehards, they're surrounding the Capitol building, refusing to move refusing to be displaced. Considering this they're they're absolute constitutional right to be here and make their feelings known and express themselves, however violent some of those expressions May have been throughout the day today. Ah, lot of the folks here have become extremely agitated by this process by some of the speakers they have heard throughout the day today at the Trump Rally that happened this morning telling me that this is on a stolen election that this process is is flawed and fraudulent. And we're actually as I'm speaking to you listening to some of the speakers who set up proof set up loudspeakers at the top of the Capitol Hill steps closer to where our Brian Anson is. Leave right now, and they're exhorting the crowd to stay on to remain to be vigilant to continue trying to disrupt this process, And that appears to be what For the moment, at least they dedicated themselves to do. Those who remain a lot are actually leaving the Capitol Hill region right now. All right, Tom, Negative. And for us in D. C. Tom, stay tuned. We will touch back with you shortly. In the meantime, I did want to update you that we have been hearing of protests and activity outside to other state capitals, those air Georgia and Kansas as well. So we're monitoring those situations will get two reporters in those states that here shortly as we continue to watch the scene in D, C. Let's bring in our national correspondent Dean Reynolds. Dean take us back to what happened this morning, starting with the rally that Wasn't it Attended? Yeah, because this is what preceded this activity on the hill. The president spoke to is rally.
Call to challenge the Electoral College count has split Senate Republicans
"Congress convening today News Nation political correspondent Dean Reynolds. Says the fireworks will happen on Wednesday. That's when a group of Republican legislators plan to challenge the electoral College count to support President Trump. Reynolds says he's challenge. The challenge is the most cynical political charade he's ever been. There is no suspense here. This is not going to turn out the way the people on the Republican side of the aisle are fervently hoping Reynolds appeared on the Dean Richard Sunday morning show
Former Chicago health commissioner named to Biden’s COVID-19 task force
"Announced his covert 19 task force yesterday. 12 of the 13 positions have been filled with doctors. W G A NEWS nation national political correspondent Dean Reynolds. Mr Biden held a call with his new Covad 19 Advisory council, chaired by Dr Vivek Murthy, a former surgeon general under President Obama. David Kessler, a former FDA commissioner, and Dr Marcella Nunes Smith of Yale University. The purpose of This is to let you know what we're going to do once worn in. And so there's a need for bold action to fight this pandemic. We're still facing a very dark winter. Chicago's former public health commissioner is among the experts joining that task force. Mayor Lightfoot have plotted Dr Julie Morita's selection. Dr Morita obviously knows the city very well. She's a national expert. There's already been some communications with her. Marina was a staff member at Chicago's Health Department for 20 years, she served as the city health commissioner from 2015 to 2019. Also on that task force. Former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel older brother Dr Ezekiel Emanuel. He's also been named to that new board. The FDA
Decline in meat production could lead to shortage
"Meat processing plants have been among the factories hardest hit by covert nineteen province prompting new concerns about food shortages correspondent dean Reynolds has the story Americans may soon be asking where's the beef and this time the scarcity won't be about panic shoppers hoarding supplies the problem is deeper this is a decline in production the decline linked to the virus that is sick and then killed workers a big processing plants like the Smithfield pork plant in Sioux falls South Dakota where more than eight hundred workers tested positive workers at this plant and some of the two dozen others the illnesses kids wanna sure answers they'll be safe to return that safety guidelines from the CDC will be followed to a
5 killed in shooting at Molson Coors campus in Milwaukee
"An employee who was fired in Milwaukee at the Molson Coors brewing company campus returned with a weapon Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says multiple people were killed including the suspected gunman CBS is dean Reynolds police responded to reports of a shooting at the Molson Coors compound Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett there was a horrifically shooting that has occurred very rough day for anybody who is close to the situation as
"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the Great Lakes serve rescue project he was teaching at life guarding class summer weather draws millions to the lake front where Benjamin says many people mistakenly think if they can wait they can swim CBS's dean Reynolds sixty people so far this summer alone have drowned nearly half of them on Lake Michigan the current energy company Tesla now facing a brand new lawsuit test was being sued by owners of its cars who claimed the company has intentionally throttled batteries to avoid a recall the suit which seeks class action status as a software update reduce the range of cars by preventing defective batteries from working to their full potential the suit alleges the update cut as much as forty miles from the cars range between charges it's been a hot topic on Tesla owners forum since may Tesla contains the battery degradation is normal Jim Chevy CBS news scare a couple of hours on a Hawaiian airlines flight from LA to Honolulu blamed on the technical difficulty why an airline flight three was about two hours out over the Pacific Ocean when fumes were reported in the rear galley the captain decided to turn around the plane and head back to LA acts with two hundred forty eight people on board once on the ground paramedics treated to flight attendants suffering from the fumes they did not go to hospitals Hawaiian airlines says it's been determined the order was from an engine watch chemical used before takeoff and was not toxic Alex stone ABC news Los.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"Gonna focus on performance only not like people's mental health performance only so i think a lot of the stuff you know about the zigzagging experimenting i was looking for the studies about how this influences performance and the the feeling good about it in many cases sort of like a and we'll separate is part of it like also having the choice you picked it and that it wasn't like foisted upon you buy your folks or by you know your government or the people around you i think so i mean for sure we can say so like one of the chapters about music right and think of the book the battle hymn of the tiger mother you know this is this is where that that term the tiger mobile came into common lingo and excerpt of her book was like the most commented on article in the wall street journal history and excerpted the first page of her book and then a couple more pages i paid she promises the secrets secrets to raising stereotypically successful children and one of them she assigned her daughter violin and i can't play an instrument and has to play violin and then she presides over like three or four or five hours a practice a day and everyone remembers that nobody remembers the part of the book later where her daughter goes you picked it not me and quits yeah right but that part like didn't stick in the public to her credit included that in the book and that's like in studies of thousands of musicians by far the most common cause for quitting is when a young musician says the instrument they want to play or they are playing thing is not the one that they would like to be in the with like roger federer and stuff that how he just played around a lot allow these amazing athletes they're like dean reynolds is one of the best surfers in the world he didn't start 'til us like twelve <hes> so you find that which i didn't really realized about love athletes i thought that was really interesting that they sort of played around with everything and then until they found there and then that's when they honed in that's when the specialization and a lot of them have exposure early onto the sports right it's just they're not doing the highly technical sort of like like in the u._s. i lived in brooklyn until recently and there was a use seven travel soccer team that met across the street from me right like i don't think anybody thinks six-year-olds can't find good enough competition city of nine million people that they need to like travel for it right there like customers customers for whoever's running that league and you go to like brazil and none of the kids are doing that they're they're playing food saw like in you know sand one day cobblestones the next day like small areas on a basketball court and so it's like really like different game every day and i think that it gets to one of these findings dislike classic research finally goes like this breadth of training predicts breadth of transfer what that means transfer is the term psychologists used a mean taking your skills and knowledge and ability to apply them to something totally actually horsepower or desire yeah and like totally new problem or totally new endeavor and that's if you're in a more wicked world where you have to create stuff that's the skill you need and what predicts your bill you do that is how broad the challenges you face in training our and whether that's sports or math or whatever else debbie have you thought about like because it's all about kind of work excellence in the book disappointed.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Volunteered to play his trumpet at various occasions. He was increasingly depressed, and even suicidal. Eventually he sought help at a VA hospital. We said we loved each other and those less Attila's home. But after three days at the VA, he went out to his car. He looked at his phone. He saw that texts from my dad saying, I love you come home at some point. He took his own life experts in this field say veterans who kill themselves on VA grounds are making a statement about their treatment. A federal investigation of billers deaths at the Minneapolis VA made multiple mistakes from not scheduling a follow up to overlooking as access to firearms some six thousand veterans kill themselves. Every year we have in the last year and two hundred forty interventions where we've actually stopped veterans from taking their lives. Robert Wilkie is the VA secretary department serves nine point five million people since October the VA has screened nine hundred thousand veterans for mental health issues. We called it down to three thousand three thousand veterans that are medical professionals say might be at risk, and we are monitoring them. What is that monitoring entail? Needs cults that means visits bringing them into our centers in Justin. Miller's case antidepressants came in the mail from the VA two days after he died and the worst part of his funeral was that they didn't have a life trumpet player. There was no one there to play for him. The silent trumpet at his grave was a gift from his dad. Dean Reynolds, CBS news, Saint Paul Minnesota new efforts by the Trump administration to improve prescription drug price. Transparency..
"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The last time the jackpot hit was December twenty six Wendy Gillette. CBS news. A solar flare that erupted on March. Twentieth is giving some people in the US and Canada, and maybe even right here in New England. The rare chance to see the Northern Lights tonight also known as the Aurora Borealis the Northern Lights occur occur rather. When electrons hit earth's atmosphere. Space weather forecaster Jonathan lash with Noah says, depending on a few factors New England viewers could get lucky, but we don't really know how well the plasma will connect with earth's magnetic fear until it gets here if it gets here, and it connects particularly well, it could be a little bit stronger than we forecasted. And if that's the case that that helps people in New England and bring that Aurora a little bit further south and make it a little bit more pronounced less says for new Englanders the farther north you go tonight with a clear dark sky, the better chance you have of seeing the impressive lights some. People in white county. Indiana are giving a failing grade to a sheriff's department program aimed at preparing teachers for the dangers of school shootings. CBS's dean Reynolds reports on the low marks they may have something to do with an unusual aspect of that program. Entailed was one drill with teachers lined up in an empty classroom and shot in the back by a deputy with an air. Soft gun hurt hurt quite a bit. I had a Welt and another spot, drew blood and scab Dover. And they hurt consistently for about a week and a half this struck Dan hall of of the Indiana state teachers association as excessive being asked to turn around and their shot at it's it's craziness. The sheriff has now decided to suspend the shooting drills indefinitely while the program is modified. Now, the sheriff's department says it's been doing the active shooter drills at the school and using an air soft gun for the past several years now take.
Jussie Smollett written out of last two episodes of "Empire"
"In Chicago, there's more fallout for actor Jesse small. Let who's charged with filing a false police report about a hate crime. CBS's dean Reynolds says his character is being dropped from empire. You have a statement from the executive producers of the big show empire on FOX which says to avoid further disruption onset, we have decided to remove the role of Jamal from the final two episodes of the season. Jamal lion was the character that jussie smollet played on the
Testimony in Jussie Smollett case scrapped after "Hail Mary" call
"CBS news out of New York reports. CBS news has learned that a last minute phone. Call may have saved empire's star jussie smollet from potentially being indicted, a source close to the investigation tells CBS news the brothers were set to appear in front of a grand jury Tuesday. That's yesterday about CBS news correspondent dean Reynolds reports. Those plans were abruptly scrapped after a hail Mary phone call from smallest defense team. CBS news has learned that Nigerian brothers Ola and able son Dario something like that. We're waiting outside the grand jury chambers. Just minutes from testifying when prosecutors got the phone call from. Mullets lawyers so unclear what the defense said. But the Cook County state's attorney decided to postpone the brothers testimony, which would have been the first step toward indicting the thirty six year old actor for filing a false police report among other things, by the way, obstruction of Justice. Filing false federal reports because it separate Chicago police and the FBI separate criminal charges small it has repeatedly denied staging the
"dean reynolds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Reporter CBS news has he's based out of Chicago. And he has really. Led some great reporting on this jussie smollet case. Really? He's been ahead of the curve kind of before people even questioned the story. He was really the one going. We cannot wait. Let's look at some inconsistencies. He just filed a just moments ago on CBS this morning filed a report on the latest because every day there seems to be a twist and turn in this case and this morning is no different. Some just going to play this. Here's my girlfriend, nor O'Donnell love you. Take a listen. Looking into the alleged hate crime against empire actor Jesse smollet are examining a threatening letter sent last month. Now, a source told our CBS Chicago station W B B M, quote when the letter didn't get enough attention smollet concocted staged attack. Dean Reynolds is outside Chicago police headquarters, gene, good morning. Good morning, Chicago police have stopped calling small at the victim in this case and referring to him now merely as the individual who reported the incident and CBS news has learned to brothers admitted to the police that they act or paid them to fake that incident. When police raided the home of brothers Ola and able Osan Dairo last week one of the items seized was a magazine.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Very much. There were loud. Protests in Michigan today over what many says a last minute power grab by Republicans before Democrats take over the state's highest officers Republicans in Wisconsin are accused of making similar moves dean Reynolds is following this. Demonstrators crowded the Michigan capital this afternoon. I think that they are trying to take away our vote opposing moves by Republican state house majorities to limit the authority of just elected Democrats, similar powerplays in Wisconsin at face the same reaction. Both states have Republican governors for a few more weeks, and they're being urged to sign a series of bills before incoming Democrats can veto them all designed to give legislators greater say in things. Like campaign finance oversight, the timing of early voting and redistricting led. Michigan's retiring governor, Rick Snyder is noncommittal do you think it's the right way to operate for a lame duck session to try to put limits on incoming duly elected office holders. People should not expect them just going to sign things or I'm just gonna veto things. Gretchen Whitmer replaces Snyder on New Year's day. They would not be doing this had the Republicans won the race for governor. I think they don't want me to be successful. They don't want to lose the chance to direct the agenda. Wisconsin's defeated Republican governor Scott Walker said the controversy was all hype and hysteria. But. Leading GOP legislator said he simply didn't want incoming democratic governor Tony ears to enact policies in direct. Contrast to what many of us believe in? Here in Michigan. Governor elect Whitmer says this show partisanship by Republicans will help to energize the democratic base in elections to come the voter. She said understands the meaning of sour grapes. Jeff alright, dean Reynolds and lansing's nineteen. Thank you. For the first time since the nineteen forties. Americans are reaching retirements in worse financial shape than their parents. An estimated ten million above the age of sixty five or still working that is a number that has more than doubled since one thousand nine hundred five and tonight's I on America reports Mark Strassmann introduces us to a man who like others may never be able to retire. I had a planned harder when I was younger. And that's things went better. I wouldn't be going to work this one I'd be gone fishing or I'd be going hunting. I wouldn't be have her..
"dean reynolds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Details in separate mass shootings today in downtown Denver obviously concerned because you know, we have a shooting involving for victims here. One person is dead at least three others critically wounded. A man hunt is underway for the shooter or shooters on Chicago's southside a gunman is dead after opening fire outside a hospital. We heard some gunshots in Vitale ran towards the emergency. Wondering Josh standing outside shooting at the police CBS's dean Reynolds says the suspect apparently knew his first target are women who he shot has apparently died at the local hospital. There are other victims as well as a Chicago police officer described as in critical condition again, no word on the motive. Although it does appear to have been something of a domestic dispute in northern California. Seventy. Seven dead. Many more missing as rescue crews searched the rubble left by that states must destructive wildfire. The slow methodical task of searching for human remains went on for another day. We cleared all the roof debris the heavy metal. So the dogs can get anywhere around the thousand people are still missing many fear. A large number of those will turn out to be Fidelity's. Rain is due here on Wednesday bringing the possibility of mudslides. Steve Futterman, CBS news paradise California in court today. The man accused of fatally shooting his two roommates at their Lacey home over the weekend. This man tells KIRO seven he knew one of those victims, it just really doesn't make sense that something like this would happen to a girl..
Officer, Jason Van Dyke and Chicago discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"A white Chicago. Police officer charged with murdering a black teenager took the stand in his own defense today. Video of the shooting appears to show the teenager veering away from police before he is shot. But the officer told a different story dean Reynolds reports and emotional Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke told the jury today what he saw and why he shot seventeen year old Lequan McDonald on that act Tober night almost four years ago. The space had no expression. His eyes were just bugging out of his head. He had just huge. White is just staring right through me. The also had a knife with a three inch blade in this dashcam.
Chicago’s most violent weekend this year prompts plea for help from mayor, cops
"Stretches far beyond just a title crosses Boston's first black police Commissioner applete from Chicago's. Mayor for witnesses to come forward following a deadly weekend of gun violence CBS's. Dean Reynolds from the windy city Crime scene tape marked block after block of Chicago's most violent neighborhoods this weekend Everybody in. The city should be tired of it leaving the city's leaders deep in frustration this is not Chicago exhausted by four, chronically troubled, police districts on the, south and west sides, ones with high. Unemployment closing schools drugs and illegal firearms which echoed with gunfire Saturday, and Sunday a dozen people killed nearly seventy wounded in Chicago during the weekend the government star witness on the, stand and the, Bank fraud and tax evasion trial of former Trump campaign, chairman Paul Manafort today Rick gates admitting to criminal activity with his, former boss Rick gates who. Worked with Paul Manafort consulting for foreign political. Clients testifying that over several years he concealed several million dollars of their income gates. Said the, men kept the. Money in over a dozen allegedly secret offshore accounts gates. Said Manafort requested that he not tell men affords accountants about the offshore accounts gates also acknowledged that he embezzled several. Hundred thousand Dollars from, Manafort gapes, struck a plea deal, and has been cooperating, with special counsel. Robert Muller he returns to the stand Tuesday morning Allie Rogan ABC, news Washington man who jumped out of a restaurant freezer in New York City then dropped dead was a suspected, coal case killer, just out of jail in Boston Carlton Henderson get out, of jail last week when a judge tossed out key evidence in. The pending double murder case. And ordered him released on his own recognizance. Henderson was facing murder charges in the nineteen Eighty-eight shooting deaths of William Medina Antonio. Dos radius, in Boston NASCAR. Chairman Brian France arrested for drunk driving and criminal possession. Of oxycodone he's.
Fire in Greece kills at least 80, many missing
"A thick, cloud of smoke we're seeing variable air quality but it's the sustained exposure that concerns us those. Concerns let park officials to close the seven and a half mile valley causing the cancellation of at. Least a thousand. Hotel and lodge reservations during the peak summer season CBS's, dean Reynolds now conditions, are tough today for firefighters as they'll have to, work in nearly one hundred degree heat, meantime in Greece fires also tearing their way along the coastline they're leaving nearly eighty people dead fires have all but leveled several seaside communities near Athens crews and making their way through those burned out homes and buildings trying to. Find any. Other victims police say dozens. Of people have been Reported. Missing but they're. Not sure if the missing. Are among the dead or if they returned to their families and didn't tell police WBZ news time ten twenty, one the president using some of his first tweets have today to defend his trade policies and tariffs the president insisted that trade negotiations are going really well and urges everyone to in his words be cool president also criticizing people who question his tactics. Warning that disunity leads to, bad deals he also called politicians who want to end. Tariffs and trade talks week meantime the president also tweeting more criticism at China accusing Beijing of targeting American farmers president yesterday announced that twelve billion dollar plan to help farmers hurt by trade disputes CBS CBS's Adriana Diaz spoke with an Illinois soybean farmer who voted for the president back in two, thousand sixteen he now says he's on the. Losing end of that trade, War I understand they're, they're trying to help us I get that but it's not a long term fix that's a pacifier so. To speak farmers are self sustaining. People, so is this government aid CENA's A bailout that you'd rather not have bingo yeah I'd rather not have it now Mr. Trump is scheduled to meet today at the White House with European, trade officials about, those tariffs he's. Placed on imported steel and aluminum and, more allegations this morning of sexual misconduct. At the NFL network a suit filed by a makeup artist has accused..
Group photo masks underlying tension at G-7 summit
"Suspects can expect life in prison if convicted dean reynolds cbs news chicago president trump flew to candidate today for the seven meeting the first of two high profile summits on his agenda this group photo mask the underlying tension over trade disputes and mr trump's call to invite russia back into the group we jiang is covering the summit in quebec creek prompt from canadian prime minister justin trudeau produced an all smiles photo of the g seven leaders earlier he welcomed president trump to the summit with a warm handshake but just hours before at the white house the president was not so friendly we are not going to live with the bills where they are european union says very unfairly canada very unfairly american allies are fuming over new us tariffs on steel and aluminum imports and over the president saying those tariffs will strengthen national security trudeau has called the claim insulting and waf able today he and president trump had a one on one meeting a made a joke about their differences justin has agreed to cut all sheriffs trade barriers between canada the united states so very happy i'd say nafta's in good shape my friend french president emmanuel macron also sat down with president trump and he said the results were positive all the signs find agreements and ever the crow has made clear if talks don't lead to compromise the other six leaders would be willing to sign a common communique by the end of the summit without the us president trump's focus maybe divided this morning he suggested russia should be allowed back into the group gradimir putin was kicked out in twenty fourteen for annexing crimea should let russia come back in because we should have russia at the negotiating and the president said he is still prepping for his summit with kim jong even during his trip to canada i have worked i have about fifteen bucks a war on the plane president trump got here to the g seven late and his taking off early departing tomorrow morning for singapore so he'll miss key talks about climate change the white house says the change in schedule is so he can get settled in and have meetings before sitting down with kim jong hoon jeff wages in quebec us tonight.
White Sox pitcher Danny Farquhar remains hospitalized after suffering hemorrhage
"The mid thirties though in some inland suburbs tomorrow we'll be mild high sixty two will start with some sun it's going to cloud up and then we're going to see some late rain we'll be watching that for you and we have local stories coming up at eight o'clock with mike macklin followed by dan rae right now jeff glor the cbs evening news white sox relief pitcher johnny for chorus speaking with his doctors and family after a scary episode friday night far were passed out in the dugout and needed emergency surgery to repair ruptured aneurysm in his brain he remains in critical but stable condition tonight more now from dean reynolds danny farquhar white sox reliever danny parkway through fifteen pitches to end the top of the sixth inning friday night then he walked to the dugout and collapse something did happen with danny far i don't know anything more than that but they did take him away white socks medical personnel clustered around him and then carried him to the clubhouse a waiting ambulance and finally to a hospital where he is now in what a team official calls the fight of his life far corps had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage brought on by a ruptured aneurysm there was no warning there generally isn't until the anderson leaks and at that point patients experienced a sudden severe headache dr babak girolami is a professor of neurosurgery at northwestern memorial hospital mister car had a brain aneurysm which would have looked something like this but how could a thirty one year old professional athlete go from peak performer to hospital patient in the time it takes his ninety three mile an hour fastball to reach home plate anderson's are not very uncommon about two percent of the population will have him so in a room of fifty at least one person has a rain aneurysm they may not know about it in cases when an aneurysm ruptures there's a fifteen percent chance of death before even getting to a hospital and of those who survive four out of seven we'll have disabilities a major concern for danny farquars friends family and teammates the white sox have a game here tonight in chicago and their spirits may well be lifted by word from farquars medical team which says he responded well to surgery over the weekend and jeff he does have use of his extremities that is great.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A show of unity even if the seating chart could use a little work vice president pence has repeatedly said that if he did interact with the north koreans during his trip he will deliver a tough message but a senior administration official conceded that doing that at the opening ceremony of the olympics would have been inappropriate adding you don't talk geopolitics over speedskating jeff all right bench raissi thank you across the american heartland it was a snow day ploughed trucks route enforcing south bend indiana clearing of aid inches off the roads there in kalamazoo michigan dozens of vehicles piled up on interstate ninety four dean reynolds has more on all this for much of the day a stroll down state street was an arctic adventure as the inches piled up in chicago fought the first big snowfall of the season you would bring in two hundred eighty five plows were on the moon clearing streets in spreading tonnes of salt some dimwit did doughnuts in the drift spot a five to eight inch build up took much of the fun out of driving spinouts were a common sight the airline screw up more than a thousand flights at o'hare and midway airports capricia perked teat was in a hurry to go nowhere back cars man of us who late because of his now which is okay because we were running late as well my car was actually spent a dragway and then we got here in my flight delay about our chicago closed its public schools ditto for detroit milwaukee most of iowa and a rescuer mayor rahm emanuel this is more flexible but we gotta think about what we have in our minds i would is that chicago winter uh look like the wind three blasted befell the windy city actually stretch from montana the michigan with another couple of snow bands to come this weekend the national weather service cautions that travel will be extremely difficult across the midwest for several hours even after the snow stops falling whenever that is jeff dean reynolds who will not be doing donuts on the way home to nineteen thank you very much it has been a month since mudslides killed at least twenty people and destroyed more than one hundred homes on the california coast torrential rain washed out hillsides torched bear by a.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on Unfilter
"Internet service providers have said they don't have plans to block or restrict access or content on the internet do not trust them i think they're just going charged more for premium access and if you pay more you pass that cost on of suance and your customers after fcc commissioners are set to vote on the proposal on december 14th is expected to pass along party lines zana saberi cbs news new york everybody ever let neutrality party tomorrow parliament goons let me know well we're bus media part a little bit i got a cover a story that matters a lot to me personally i've never think may be that's not true maybe once before maybe i covered the story on the show because they know to most of you a who cares but there's a bigger met a story going on that they claim that the media completely misses and i'm gonna pointed out to you and it turns out on the bit authoritive on the subject matter finally finite americans are hitting the road in rvs sales this year top half a million the highest in nearly four decades dean reynolds now on the rv boom and what's driving now if you want to do little experiment you could go google new searchers or being or whatever you want who duck millennial rv purchases or odd glam being trends and you'll see all of these articles expounds about how wimps icl millennials wanna hit the road and sea nature and retirees wanna go out and meet people enjoy enjoying the communities on the road and it's this some america's spending money again kind of approach who rod miracles are rich the economy's up in their by him real expensive highend paints the rvs.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Opportunity for roy more and is very very dedicated followers john dean reynolds for us in birmingham thanks thirty if roy more does get elected to the senate the next move is up to his senate colleagues we're joined now by one potential republican colleagues senator tom cotton of arkansas senator cotton i wanna talk to you about tax reform in a moment but let's talk about this more situation for a moment cory gardner when you're republican colleagues who's in charge of getting republicans elected said that the centre should expel more if he wins and his sent to washington would you support that will john first let me take a step back for more and more and speak up in general about sexual harassment and sexual assault severe serious matter has no place on the job no place in our society i think sadly too many women have faced that over the course of their lives and it's not a partisan issue they are misbehaving men and both the democratic and republican parties and unfortunately there are female victims in both parties as well so i even applauded no matter i mean it's happened in your industry in the media has happened in hollywood it happens in business so i think it's important that women feel once they've been subject to sexual harassment and especially sexual assault that they can come forward now since you know the harvey weinstein allegations broke about a month ago or so and that's a good thing and that's a good change in the norms and expectations of our society as far as more goes i'm not gonna speculate about half that ecoles about what may happen should he win we're only three weeks out from the election he made it pretty clear this week that he's not going to step aside so as you said in your intro it's gonna be up to.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on KCMO Talk Radio
"Your childless jan i friend of your cbs news update said array of scenarios is being considered in the forthcoming alabama senate race more of spacing senate uh sexual misconduct allegations right in drop out by more even us senate expulsion of more among the possibilities focus for political leaders in alabama is voter turnout at only two people on the ballot more and the democrat doug jones and it falls on tuesday in december so they know their work ahead of them to get people energized aroused to go to the polls and vote for the democrat they know that the republican base will vote for more cbs's dean reynolds jones's says his campaign as prime for victory we're going to go forward we at the moment on not because of all the controversy we have had that momentum going into this talking to people on issues that they care about the election the twelfth of next month cbs news updates i'm gary nunn these tvs warm heart vyborg harassed estates dry tonight is just gonna get julius temperatures fall down to around thirty by the time we wake up early sunday but we are going to end the weekend up plenty of sunshine mostly sunny skies and temperatures a bit more mild in low 56 on casey tv five meteorologist one element fm one o3 seven and am seven sec kansas city's most stimulating jaw america and are we the people were the government came on early and what happened gazza cities taste see of all at our home winter nights are complicated by their i end up freezing or.
"dean reynolds" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"A cumulus station cbs news i'm jim chenevey alabama senate candidate roy more fighting back against the growing list of sexrelated accusations against him including at least three more women coming forward wednesday moore's attorney challenging the accusers to produce proof to back up their allegation as for accuser beverley young nelson's claimed that more signed her high school yearbook moore's attorney wants to see that your book four handwriting analysis cbs's dean reynolds throwing everything against the wall and hoping something sticks in defence of a judge more on its face twelve women in the entire state doesn't seem like a landslide of support for a judge morale obama's others senator richard shelby says he won't be voting for more lee writing in the distinguished republican house republicans are expected to vote thursday on their tax overhaul plan cbs's steve dorsey the bill is expected to pass in the republicancontrolled house it differs significantly from the senate gop version which democrats say includes hundreds of millions of dollars in cuts to medicaid dealt pay for the bills deep tax cuts it prompted this exchange between missouri democrat claire mccaskill and finance committee chairman orrin hatch there are no gunston medicaid ms boom that's where the marines coming from where do you think the three hundred million dollars coming from his their affair either dropping it on the senate the senate bill also strips obama care of its ensuring acquire men steve dorsey cbs news washington there are reports that convicted murderer charles manson is hospitalized and may be close to death a source quoted by tmz said it's just a matter of time he's eighty three years old sheriff's deputies in sao king county california have captured randle's saito as psychiatric patient with a dangerous pastor who escaped from a state hospital in honolulu and made his way to california carlos correa reports investigators say sitel has family in stockton and he was last seen in the area on monday from hawaii how he made on a plane to get over here and where he got his money has the real question i think the owner of ernie's general store was a few feet away a taxi carrying site so in the back seat pulled in to get gas china was committed in 1980 one found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity a very rare painting by a very famous artists by nearly a.
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"Oh boy royal jingles been around sure has edged defines the show amongst many other fine pieces of art yes created created by the producers of the show so let's go to cbs all right and they're going to start to do this month they have charted notices on cbs's i really is the station to get your news from remain if you want the the the officials you wanna know is going on what their what the elites are thinking yeah you really wanna know what's going on you gotta go to cbs so this is another doing this month monthly blast of trump monthly blast as does it have a kairana lower third more loss kinda let's play it work has begun on the president's signature campaign promises the clip monthly i think so i don't think so i don't think that ob sorry this is at all yet i got the right realize how the wrong what okay they history do said it's got it got his start of autumn has not been kind to the president dean reynolds now on the mess plays of the week miss play last friday mr trump may well of sound waves of the taking over and those like hey let's do some nfl like stuff will call the play and what kind of do is that what they're doing here i guess so last friday mr trump may well have sent to that a bad stretch was about to unfold and i'll be honest.
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"The lowest since he took office fifty seven percent disapprove of how his handling the oval office yes mr trump also lost support among some republicans seventy two percent of them approve of his job performance that's down from eighty three percent at the president's one hundred day mark for deeper look into the newest polls let's bring on cbs news elections and surveys director anthony salvanto so paul numbers keep going down what is the driving force likely behind all of this right now it's clearly his handling of the russia investigation because what happens is he gets higher ratings on things like handling terrorism handling the economy then he does for handling that by a wide margin and even among republicans as you mentioned and that is to say that they don't still support him generally or that they don't like him but specifically on his handling of that you see these big differences and you also see when republicans tend to think that the matter is serious not the did anything wrong but the serious and that they really investigations take its course they're more likely to disapprove of in and so that's what's what's really dry on his overall numbers for the moment when jumped out at you is the most surprising result out of these numbers yet well the movement among republicans is something we haven't seen before we've talked a long time this year about how his base is solid that is still true but there is a smaller subset of republicans who are much more conditional on this they want to see him pass legislation they want policies to go through and you get the impression that here that they would just like this to necessarily to necessarily go away or one its course uh they think that the special council is going to be impartial is just really a matter of getting to the bottom of things and then moving on cbs news goes dean reynolds who's been talking with some trump fans who are still fans two brothers restaurant in oshkosh trump supporters like ken shaky are getting impatient but not with the.
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"Would make you show up our or a day before trump's most to speak and get in line camp out here over could not fathom it could not fair them why anybody would do it he would not question it if somebody wind up for it elvis concert or beatles or take your pig of new iphone he wouldn't question that because he doesn't see this in politics he doesn't see voters lining up on our or a day before handy yet in in dean reynolds experience with drive by media they handpick the recipients at a town hall or at a rally to make sure their friendly to the democrats speaking but they have to go out there and they have to find them hillary hillary clinton she she couldn't attract why is the earlier her rallies by the way additional thoughts on this whole russia thing visavis hillary and colmey and all this and it it it something jumped out at me yesterday and i'm kind of embarrassed that it's taken this long to jump out at me uh but the argument i mentioned moments ago that there's the beginning to be liberal on the liberal violence at least verbal violence to date and the big knockdown draggedout as meekly debbie blabbermouth schultz and jay johnson the obama administration director homeland security he testified yesterday you know he's about the tenth guy this is interesting toot j johnson's about the tenth guy including kobe two different times he's about the tenth guy including susan rice the i mean a lot of people have set a jay johnson up there said no no i have seen not a shred of evidence that the russians had anything to do with our election in terms of votes they weren't involved in the casting are counting of votes there's no evidence haven't seen it is this is a tenth person at least the say this but because jay johnson.
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"Protesters gathered on the streets of saint paul minnesota tonight following friday's acquittal of police officer your animal yanez in the death last year of black motorist the land rocca's steel dean reynolds reports here luke as the jury's acquittal sank in emotions spilled under the plaza outside the courthouse in saint all down don't go away mad as hell ride mad yet that bellary casteel is the mother of orlando casteel will was shot to death by police officer who run them all janas during a routine traffic stop almost a year ago nif eighty ko my son and a martyr i get away the jury deliberated for five days before reaching the verdict of not guilty meantime norristown pennsylvania five days of jury deliberations have resulted in november two jet into the bill cosby sexes all trial they'll be back at it in the morning corresponded kenneth craig supporters chanted let bill go after he made a brief statement following the conclusion of the the day jury deliberations to the viewer long day on this word i also would supporters if cosby is convicted he faces up to ten years in prison kenneth greg cbs news norristown pennsylvania leaks sea water into the uss fitzgerald have been stabilized after the navy destroyer collided with a container ship off the coast of japan before dave prague's saturday seven sailors remain unaccounted for the captain and at least two others were injured correspondent david martin the great happened off the coast of japan in water crowded chipping waters at two thirty in the morning local time when most of the crews on boats would have been a sleep and had not able to look braced themselves and ship's captain brice benson was airlifted to a us naval hospital huh in yokosuka and is in stable condition the two other injured crew members suffering just justin cuts and bruises congressman steve scalise remains in critical condition after being shot while at the gop baseball team practice doctor jack sava i feel a lot more confident and a lot more optimistic than idea dhs two three days ago i would say that when he arrived he was in critical condition with an imminent risk of death.