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"deb lawler" Discussed on Axios Today
"Welcome back texas. Today i'm nylon boudou last week. We spoke with one afghan translator. Who's trying to get himself in his family. Out of afghanistan as violence escalates and the us withdraws at the end of this month while the violence has grown worse just since last week with the taliban rapidly seizing cities in the last few days. Deb lawler exorcists world. Editor is with us now. Hi dave why are things deteriorating across northern afghanistan right now so what we're seeing now is the taliban which had already been gaining ground in a lot of rural areas of the country targeting provincial capitals and really with the pace that we have never seen before from them taking territory. This is really a pretty shocking development in the final weeks of the us presence in the country and obviously these are more heavily populated areas. So we're seeing some pretty devastating scenes for people who've been caught up in the fighting there as well. What is that like in terms of the humanitarian situation for the people in those cities in afghanistan so according to the government least three thousand people have been killed in this offensive with another three hundred thousand displaced. Those numbers are very hard to verify or To really estimate at but we've also seen from unicef that just in the past few days of fighting at least twenty seven children have been killed and dozens wounded and so this is something that is coming into people's neighborhoods into people's homes as the taliban advances around northern afghanistan. Dave you mentioned the afghan government. Are they putting up a fight. It's kind of a rag tag defense in places of militias that are loyal to the government some local forces. The national special forces are sort of the best that the country has to offer right now. But basically what we're seeing is that the taliban is advancing in so many places at once that the government just doesn't have the capacity to defend all of these places in so what is the pentagon's response to all of this is the withdrawal. I presume still going. The withdrawal is still going the. Us troops will be ending their mission in afghanistan by the end of this month. The question is whether there's either a will or away to continue to provide some air support to the afghan government that has been a crucial factor in keeping the taliban from advancing on some of these provincial capitals in the past You know when they start to gain territory the us would send in aircraft it's unclear. What the pentagon strategy is going to be after august. Thirty first on that front access is world editor. dave lawler. Thank you dave thanks. We know demand for cars has skyrocketed during the pandemic now axios markets reporter courtney. Browne tells us it's now easier to get an auto loan than it's been in years. Hey courtney nyla coordinate. There's a horrible irony here that it's easy to get a car loan but it's actually really hard to get a car these days. Well let's flip it. If you are lucky enough to get a car you can get a car loan. Why is that. I think banks have seen loan. Demand generally fall off a cliff but auto loans have been the one bright spot. One thing that lenders are doing they are making interest rates lower. They are making the loans longer. Both of those things are two factors that contribute to lower monthly payments. And it makes the loan that much more appealing and is this for everyone across the credit spectrum. One analyst. I spoke to put it this way. Banks aren't just giving loans to anyone one thing we've seen happen. During the pandemic is people's credit scores have improved generally so around a third of the auto loan origination. That are happening are going to people with credit scores above seven sixty. Does this say anything about the broader health of the economy or seeing right now is a really really sharp reversal from last year when it looked like the economy was about to fall off the cliff. Banks buttoned up conditions aka. They made it more difficult for the average person to get alone because they didn't know what was going to happen right now. The economy's doing really great and banks or feeling.
Explosive wildfire shuts Calif. freeway, burns abandoned rigs
"Twenty and Redding, California and explosive wildfire closes down a major freeway only weeks after a nearby blaze killed eight people and left neighborhoods. In ruins the delta fire erupted yesterday and within hours devoured, nearly eight square miles on both sides have interstate five near the Oregon line about seventeen. Big rigs were abandoned at least four caught fire a forty five mile section of I five remains closed. This morning officials are investigating the
Britain Tedesco, Boston and Christopher Brayton discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Right now seventy two degrees here in Boston we are going to, be hiking up, to about ninety today, going to be very hazy hot and humid and all that stickiness we'll make it feel more like a hundred or more a heat advisory. For the. City and nearby suburbs from noon today through. Tomorrow night, good morning. I'm, teeny gal in for Deb Lawler
Celebs rally to remove the stigma of Postpartum Depression
"The effort to remove the stigma of postpartum depression is being fueled, by celebrities willing to share, their stories Gwyneth Paltrow Chrissy Teigen Adele and most recently Serena Williams have all spoken on the mood disorder they twenty three time grand slam champion playing in the US open took to. Instagram to share her story after a loss in San, Jose California last month she says she's been struggling with feelings of inadequacy as, a, mother, since birth last September of her daughter
Experts: UAE, Saudis may have committed war crimes in Yemen
"The UN says the governments of Yemen the United Arab Emirates and Saudi. Arabia may be responsible for war crimes during three years, of escalated fighting against rebels in Yemen We have more from ABC's Tom, rivers not mincing his words Charles Garo away in Geneva from. The UN, experts group says the rebels. And, Saudi Arabia in the UAE may have conducted attacks in violation of the principles of distinction proportionality and all precautions. Which may amount to war crimes meanwhile the Saudi led coalition accuses the UN of. Biased reports on their Yemen airstrikes more than fifteen thousand civilians have been killed or injured. Since the war
U.S. strike allegedly kills senior ISIS commander in Afghanistan
"Now Afghan and US officials say a US strike in eastern Afghanistan Has killed a senior Islamic state commander we have more from CBS's. Map piper the head of ISIS in Afghanistan Abu saieed or a cause.' also, known as sad our hobby was killed along. With ten other fighters in an airstrike in eastern Afghanistan the US forces in Afghanistan says it launched the strike Saturday that quote targeted. A senior leader of the terrorist, organization as ISIS has lost its foothold in both Iraq and Syria the US military increase the. Number of air strikes that conducts in
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Sequel in Works With Jon M. Chu to Direct
"Morning and we have sixty seven degrees. Clouds around some light showers as. Well that's the story, for early today then later on sunshine returning a pleasant day with. Lower humidity, highs in the upper seventies. Good, morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories, now a, retired music teacher in. Auburn faces child rape and assault charges Stephen, Jasdaq will. Be arraigned today in Worcester superior court police are searching for two burglars who. Stabbed a homeowner in Pelham, New Hampshire the victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries and the US and China have increased tariffs on billions of dollars of each other's goods and new esscalation. Of the battle. Over, Beijing's
Rockets disrupt presidential holiday speech in suspected Taliban attack
"News, more Taliban Attacks. In Afghanistan the group fire two rockets towards the presidential palace in. Kabul in the middle, of the president's speech calling for peace for a Muslim holiday one rocket landed near. A NATO compound no injuries reported upon hearing the explosions president Ashraf Ghani interrupted, his message to tell the crowds if they think the rocket attack will keep. Afghans down they are
New mother tested positive for opiates after eating poppy seed bagel
"And other hot humid day good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now too high stakes elections. One for a house seat in Ohio the other for governor. Of Kansas are too close to call although President Trump claimed, victory, on, Twitter last, night for Ohio Republican Troy balder. Sohn tough news for Red Sox nation this morning as announcer Jerry Remmy is facing another battle with cancer Rambis fought that disease for a decade finishing a round of treatment earlier this year and. An overnight house fire in Dorchester leaves one, person displays a firefighter suffered minor injuries battling that blaze. On ash bond street and other news the search is continuing for the driver of a car. That struck a bicyclists in Jamaica plain. The Senate. Was caught on another drivers dashcam WBZ's Ben Parker tells us the victim's family has plenty of questions and concerns the father of the twenty year old woman injured in a hit and run crash on monday says he can't believe the driver of the car involved didn't see her today overtake her and cut her off the man tells w._b._z. t._v. he got a call from his daughter after the collision that left her with scrapes and scratches she was crying tearful because he was shocked at the whole thing and she was in pain now police are looking for the driver of that vehicle a red four door hatchback and they're asking for the public's help ben parker w._b._z. newsradio ten thirty a western man is in custody after stabbing two people near city hall david burgos is charged with two counts of armed assault or murder no word on the condition of the victims the reward for information regarding missing university of iowa student molly tebbit's is now over three hundred thousand dollars the reward money has continued to pour in as individual donations are being accepted on the crime stoppers of central iowa website investigators are hoping the more than three hundred thousand dollar reward will convince someone with valuable information Step forward with a tip needed to break the case open crime stoppers assuring tipsters both by. Phone and online that their tips are anonymous Molly Tibbets. Has been missing for twenty. Days or father rob Tibbett says he believes his daughter is with someone she knows but admits it's just speculation Brian burrow ABC news USC president max Nikki s has stepped down after saying. He, would back in may the decision comes after many faculty members call for his resignation in the wake of sex abuse. Complaints involving a campus Dr CBS's. Suzanne marquess Nikki is based a series of scandals dean of the medical. School Herman Pola Fito was accused of using drugs even in his USC office his replacement mohawk Varna accused of. Sexually harassing a researcher USC settled for one hundred and. Thirty five thousand dollars last week USC as the. US attorney's office to open a criminal investigation into one hundred thousand dollar donation from LA county supervisor Mark Ridley Thomas that. Helped his son get a professor job at USC that money ended up in his son control A ks had, been USA president, since twenty ten Florida Atlantic university postpones its graduation ceremony after what. Police called a credible threat the announcement was made just. Minutes before commencement, was set to begin a sticky note. Containing a, threat was posted in a. Woman's bathroom, friends and, family of the. Graduates were already seated in the school's auditorium when the entire building. Was evacuated a new date has not been announced a Maryland woman discovers that eating a poppy seed bagel before giving birth has consequences Elizabeth. Eden told WBAL TV in Baltimore that she was in labor in. April when a doctor told her she had tested positive for opiates and. She had been reported to the state that net that her daughter had to stay at the hospital for five days while her mother was assigned a case worker however eaten fought back to a school health class where she learned that eating, poppy seeds could lead to a false positive the mom told the case worker about the bagel the file was closed I'm Shelley Adler. The Georgetown librarian Washington DC was forced to close after four snakes were discovered. Near meeting room the library, called pest control and the building, was given the all-clear yesterday the library will have another gathering of stakes today.
DEP Seeks Recruits for 2018-2019 Americorps Watershed Ambassador
"Tomorrow and. Good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories we're watching transportation officials are warning commuters both on the road and on the rails to expect big delays around the com- avenue bridge project riders on the mass pike should expect backups in that stretches just two lanes get by in both directions and green line b service will be replaced by. Shuttle buses between Babcock and Blandford streets a TSA domestic surveillance program is drawing, criticism for tracking information on. US citizens not suspected of any crimes the quiet skies program, uses a computer algorithm to spot flyers whose travel and activities match with current threat intelligence and six women who had professional dealings with CBS chief executive les Moonves says say he sexually harassed them during incidents between the. Nineteen eighty s and the late two thousands in other news now the month. Of July winding down and so. Are gas prices oil analyst trilby lumber gasoline. Prices are. Down three cents over the past two weeks to the average. Of two ninety one that's. Actually what could oil did on an equivalent basis and sounds per gallon so they're following crude oil down prices are still over fifty cents higher than they were a year ago and early morning fire yesterday damages a number of rooms at the Cape hedge in Rockport no one was hurt the fire started and was contained to the. Second floor no word on the cause according to a new study Senator Bernie, Sanders Medicare for all plan. Would increase government healthcare spending by more than thirty two trillion, dollars over ten years and would require historic tax increases to pay for it the study by George Mason university's libertarian policy. Institute in Virginia found the Medicare for all plan would deliver significant savings. On administration and drug costs but increased demand for care would drive up spending Sanders calls. A study misleading civil. Rights icon in veteran Georgia congressman John Lewis has been, released from the hospital and. Given a clean Bill of, health he was. Admitted over the weekend no word on exactly what sent him to the hospital in New York thrill seekers got more than they bargained for during a ride on. A legendary rollercoaster For more than. Ninety years thrill seekers had jammed onto the cyclone rollercoaster in Coney Island or the sound of the cars going click. Clack on the wooden, track is almost as iconic as the screams, of the riders but Saturday there is only the sound of silence a power. Failure stopped the ride and left riders stranded in the middle of the track. Employees helped him walk. Down the roller coaster nobody was hurt and the ride. Soon reopened Brian. Clark ABC news New York good news for Disneyland employees in California almost ten thousand we'll be getting a raise at the beginning, of the year and some up to forty percent. Increases the parent company Walt Disney also says it's going to. Pay every employees a minimum fifteen dollars an hour in an effort to commit to care. For its employees employers who are, eager to hire trying a new policy of no experience necessary here's CBS's map piper Americans looking to land a first job face their best odds of success In, years employers say. They are abandoning preferences for college degrees and specific skill sets to speed up hiring and broaden the pool of job. Candidates one staffing agency, says cutting job credential requirements is more common, in cities such as Dallas and Louisville where unemployment is lowest another change and. Number of employers are reportedly making in their hiring processes skipping the drug tests. The MAC daddy of. All burger celebrates a big birthday today you know what we're talking about The Big Mac launched in nineteen sixty eight with unforgettable, TV jingle the recipe. For it has not changed while all around the golden arches changes swirling. The company struggling to, stay relevant, McDonald's actually reducing the number of its outlets across. America hey let's do that again McDonald's Big. Mac, Jim Taylor CBS news Last thing at night Alexa wake me up at six AM tomorrow to, WBZ NewsRadio, on iheartradio Alarm set for six AM tomorrow to WBZ News. Radio ten thirty from I heart radio it's easy to eat all the news traffic and weather you need from Alexa by listening. To WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty on iheartradio WBZ news time five. Fifty three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes I would Aaron Chris Culkeen already starting to see those delays, in the mass pike forming as you're making your way to the the overpass in the work the work that's ongoing now. On the mass bike at, the Cobb overpass we've got delays back beyond the Allston. Brighton offramp so keep that in mind early delays. And they're only going to get heavier elsewhere looking at delays up north on route one southbound we've got a crash as you're making. Your way southbound right by route rather one twenty eight southbound at route one twentieth. South route one of minor crash minor delays ruin a..
Samsung Display says unbreakable, flexible screen passes U.S. safety test
"News time nine forty eight and mostly, sunny seventy eight degrees in Boston. Well into, the eighties today and humid. Good, morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now the second phase. Of the com bridge project is underway significant delays are expected for those commuting from the west on Commonwealth avenue the mass pike and on the green line as shuttle buses are running in that stretch fifty-five flag-draped cases holding the remains of US servicemen killed in the Korean war are coming home after being. Received, at an airbase in South Korea. Today the handover comes on the sixty fifth anniversary of the Korean war armistice agreement, as Senator Claire mccaskill of Missouri says Russian hackers tried, unsuccessfully to infiltrate her Senate computer network raising questions about Russia's attempts to interfere in the two thousand eighteen election's, in other news down New Hampshire Democrats Maggie Hassen and anti Custer are sponsoring Bill that targets counterfeit pill makers the Bill allows a US attorney general, to create a registry of machines. Used to, manufacture the pills members of. Both, parties and President Trump's own opioid commission agree on the. Importance of regulating the machines Custer says the spread of synthetic opioids has, accelerated an already. Deadly epidemic knockoff opioids often contain dangerous synthetics like fennel seaweed lovers unite the main seaweed fair is tomorrow celebrating the marine algae that line the state's rocky coast the free event in the city of Rockland will include. Cooking, demonstrations seaweed art and of course. Lots of edible seaweed the days of cracked screens may soon be over CBS's Jim, Chenevey reports on a smartphone screen that cannot be broken, many people who carry smartphones know the feeling you broke the screen again Samsung claims it's developed a new phone, screen that can't be broken because it's Flexible engineers have taken a next generation organic or. Oh LED display and coated with an unbreakable substrate and fortified. Plastic they say you can drop it throw it bend it without cracking the screen it's already been through tests by underwriters laboratories and after twenty six drops. From a height of four feet the phone. Is said to function normally no damage to it front sides or edges. Jim Chenevey CBS news for decades a question as loomed over. The book the autobiography of Malcolm x. what happened to missing chapters, may have contained some. Of the most explosive thoughts of the minister and human rights, activists, well, the, answer came yesterday, when an unpublished manuscript. Of a chapter was sold by Guernsey's auction house in, Manhattan for seven thousand dollars the buyer was the Schaumburg centre. For research based in Harlem Schaumburg director Kevin. Yan confirmed it was. In, fact an. Unpublished missing section of Malcolm X's autobiography the manuscript was owned for Two years, by a lawyer for Rosa Parks who purchased a collection from. Author Alex Haley's estate President Trump has signed a Bill to. Name a post office, in Bristol, Rhode Island after an army green beret killed in Afghanistan it, will honor first sergeant p Andrew McKenna he died in an attack in Kabul in two thousand fifteen in Maine the ACLU has filed a lawsuit. Against, the department of corrections on behalf of an inmate who claimed he was denied medication to treat his opioid addiction the suit claims. Zachary Smith's rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act violated no. Comment from, the, corrections Commissioner. A new reboot of Charlie's angels will be hitting theaters next year. CBS's map piper has details Charlie's angels returning to the big screen this time. It'll have a female director at a multi-racial trio of women led by Kristen store British actresses Naomi Scott and Alabama linski will play the other leading. Roles Scott is Indian Malinska mixed race this'll be the third reboot after Farah Fawcett keep Jackson Jacqueline Smith, first appeared in nineteen seventy six this movie is expected. To be. Released in September twenty nineteen Matt piper CBS. News first thing in the morning..
Boston, Iowa and Trump discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Time seven seventeen seventy three, degrees it's mostly cloudy a Boston. There some fog out there as well we are, looking for warm, humid day some sunshine. Patchy clouds, eighty-seven the high temp today good morning I'm. Deb Lawler and our top stories attorney Michael Cohen claims President Trump knew in advance about a twenty sixteen meeting between his aides and a Russian delegation offering to help Trump's election campaign fifty-five flag-draped cases holding the remains of US servicemen killed in the Korean war are coming home after being. Received at an airbase in South Korea. Today they handover comes on the sixty fifth anniversary of the Korean war armistice agreement. And investigators searching for a missing Iowa students says a search of a local hard farm. Has come up empty twenty year old Molly Tibet's was last, seen jogging nine days. Ago, in Brooklyn Iowa in other news now Boston police investigating a stabbing near Copley square last night. Ever reportedly started, with a fight between two men outside, a convenience store with, one stabbing the other the. Victim ran across boylston street and, collapsed on a park bench superintendent. And chief William cross tells WBZ TV we know, it.
World Leaders Want to End Alzheimer's by 2025. A New Drug Breakthrough Means We Just Might
"News time six forty. Seven and seventy five. Degrees in Boston it's. Cloudy right now we've had rain overnight we could see showers off and on throughout the morning later on a chance for thunderstorms highs. Today around. Eighty-three degrees and still humid. Good morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now over sixty three hundred Massachusetts. Customers are without power at this hour now as. Powerful storms roll through the area overnight Austin saw serious damage including roof that was ripped off by wind fire in Dorchester overnight leaves nine people displaced and a firefighter taken, to the hospital with. Non-life threatening injuries no word on caused but there is a million. Dollars worth of damage and Monsalve House Republican criticism of the Justice department has led to articles of. Impeachment being drawn. Up against deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein the eleven GOP members claim Rosenstein failed to provide information to committees and the Russian meddling scandal In other news a new drug is bringing hope for their treatment of Alzheimer's disease CBS Alison keys has more the drug not only reduced the amount of, plaque on the brains of Alzheimer's patients. But it also slowed. The progression of dementia. By thirty percents experts warned that more extensive trials of the drug known as b. a. n. two for a one will be needed. But this, could be the first medication. To successfully deal with both brain changes and the symptoms of Alzheimer's the. Study showed one hundred sixty one patients taking the. Highest dose of the drug had a significant response Alzheimer's is the most common form of dementia and current drugs only symptoms a greenfield police sergeant pleads not guilty to vehicular, homicide Sergeant James road. Is charged in connection with a fatal on-duty crash with another car. In October prosecutors say road was driving eighty three and a thirty mile per hour zone while responding. To a call when he struck a car driven by James r Salona the hint style New Hampshire man died At the hospital several days later his passenger and road, suffered serious injuries police are searching for the person who shot at a driver and grove land when the woman called police last week she reported cuts and bruises from the glass. That shattered while she was driving through town police searched her car and found nothing to explain the broken. Window until yesterday when a bullet was found on the driver's side of the vehicle anyone with information is. Asked to call grove land police it was Christmas in July for some, kids at Shriners hospital in Boston WBZ TV's Paula ebben has. More on the surprise.
Late-life high blood pressure may harm the brain, study says | WTOP
"News time six forty nine sixty seven degrees sunshine in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now president trump says a us commitment to nato remains very strong despite reports he threatened to pull out in a dispute over defense spending mr trump says the us has been paying quote probably ninety percent of the cost of nato due to a broken rail service is suspended on the green line e branch between brigham circle and heath street tastes s repairs may extend into tomorrow and ghost barry island and the day use area horseback beach state reservation on buzzards bay are closed today and tomorrow due to high surf conditions has duterte tropical storm chris which is causing strong rip currents in other news on the health watch a new study suggests that developing high blood pressure later in life may harm the brain as well as the heart and could possibly be a factor in alzheimer's disease researchers are insisting this is preliminary but after they studied autopsy results on the brains of more than a thousand older people about half of them clergy members they found more signs of silent strokes which damaged brain tissue along with a hallmark of alzheimer's more often occurring in those who had had higher blood pressure because there was only one protein marker for alzheimer's and not amyloid plaques scientists feel that that needs more study but medical experts say this research published in the journal neurology does prove treating high blood pressure through a patient's life span is important i'm jacky quin the results of autopsies are released two days after.
Fans throng Florida arena, mourn slain rapper XXXTentacion
"Thursday morning seventy degrees right now in boston we'll see off and on showers maybe thunderstorms and heavy downpours to today highs in the mid seventy s good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the massachusetts house approves a bill to create an automatic voter registration system it allows anyone who updates driver's license to be automatically registered in the states voter database majority leader mitch mcconnell says the us senate will vote on a successor to retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy by this fall democrats argue any decision should be put off until after midterm elections and three firefighters were sent to the hospital after a has man incident in downtown boston yesterday the incident on congress street was described as an unknown chemical release in other news a preschool teacher is credited with pushing a child to safety before a heavy awning came crashing down on that matter vermont playground the structure at a child care facility is saint john's berry collapsed yesterday morning rescue workers say the teacher was able to push the child out of the way before she became trapped underneath she was hospitalized with minor injuries apple and samsung finally satellite seven years smartphone patent dispute that went all the way to the supreme court cbs news technology analysts larry magid has more on the implications of the deal l d settlement weren't disclosed but i think for apple the victory with less about the money and more about having a court find that it's defined we're copied by fam phone i think that both companies are probably better off moving on developing great products and trying to compete in the marketplace rather than in the courtroom the resolution comes a month after jury concluded samsung owed apple five hundred thirty nine million dollars for copying some of phones innovations in samsung's competing products loud speakers played songs by rapper xxx ten ta seon as thousands of fans lined up for hours at a florida stadium to pay their respects to the popular singer killed last week cbs's joel murray has more does a fan memorial to say goodbye to twenty year old south florida rapper xxx tells yang more than a thousand fans showed up throughout the afternoon bbn t center is by his pads everyone has one we are here just spread and love and peace long live eggs man we out here for him this music has helped me through sometimes and i just want to show creations i'd like to talk about love and it's always on my mind popular singer who built an audience on.
Boston, Twenty Eight Year and Seventy Degrees discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Mostly cloudy seventy degrees in boston good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now trouble continuous for the state police the us attorney's office will hold a press conference at eleven o'clock this morning to announce the arrest three massachusetts state troopers charged with thefts of government funds we have learned that two of the troopers are retired another suspended without pay state police troop e has been embroiled in an overtime scandal stay with wbz for details on this developing story every spas to an aclu lawsuit a federal judge issues an order giving the us government thirty days to reunite children separated from their families at the border fourteen days for children under the age of five and a primary shocker in new york alexandria okay cortes a twenty eight year old liberal activists defeats top house democrat joe crowley crowley becomes the first democratic incumbent to fall this primary season in other news president trump is claiming vindication after the supreme court allows his travel ban to stay in place here's abc's stephanie ramos president trump says the us must make sure people are vetted when they are trying to enter the country he calls this controversial travel ban blocking people from seven muslimmajority countries from entering the us a victory this is a great victory for our constitution we have to be tough and we have to be safe and we have to be secure democrats immigration advocates and muslim groups protested outside the supreme court's decision to uphold president trump's travel ban was announced stephanie ramos abc news the white house a local salambek organization is disappointed at yesterday's high court decision wbz's doug cope has more john robbins at the council on american islamic relations says the ruling puts a lot of uncertainty in the minds of local muslim families whether it's people who are not able to seek medical treatment for child at one of massachussetts premiere hospitals whether it's those who have children who are attending who wish to graduate from some of the top universities in the world located here in massachusetts either they'll be able to return to complete their studies or their parents will be unable to come see their children's graduation will we hear over and over and over again is that this is leading to real world pain for real world people he says the decision echoes some of the darkest chapters in american history in boston doug cope wbz newsradio ten thirty and arrest overnight in eighteen year old will be and taunton district court today charged in connection with the fatal shooting of another teenager last night in north dighton joseph medeiros is charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of seventeen year old michael pacheco police say the shooting happened around seven last night on forest street here's a site you don't see every day a hot air balloon drops into a neighborhood in methuen causing some residents to call nine one one it wasn't a crash just a typical flight.
Man awarded $18.4 million in lawsuit over canceled HIV test
"News time nine eighteen sun and clouds in boston right now seventy four degrees good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now the government plans to open a fourth shelter to house hundreds of young migrant children in south texas the children are sent there after being forcibly separated from their parents at the mexican border as part of the trump administration zero tolerance policy on beacon hill state lawmakers debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as acts instead of male or female on driver's licenses and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a largescale cannabis farm in other news now in east boston woman is still traumatized after a man kicked her poppy while she was walking it yesterday wbz tv's mike lacrosse spoke with the pet's owner danika sherline had happened on johnson street next to route one eight in east boston sherline spent her day an event clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw close ovation make sure that she can opener john eat sherline said the assailant turned and smirked at her after kicking the dog she plans to file a police report a jury awards eighteen million dollars in damages to a man who says dr failed to test them for hiv which allowed the virus to progress to aids sean stent afford consented to an hiv test in two thousand seven because he was experiencing facial paralysis but his medical malpractice lawsuit claims one of the doctors cancelled the test because he felt there was no risk for hiv center for dhs lawyer says his client should have been tested because he is gay and was exposed to bodily fluids while working as a paramedic another flare up in the tense border battle between israel and the hamas ruled gaza strip cbs's robert berger reports from jerusalem palestinian militants fired forty five rockets and mortars at southern israel prompting israeli air strikes on twenty five hamas targets in gaza violence has flared on the gaza border for nearly three months and it could escalate further palestinians have been flying burning kites across the border causing massive damage to his rayleigh crops and forests and israel is bowing to retaliate liait robert berger cbs news jerusalem giant operation against illegal wildlife trade results millions of dollars worth of seizures and the identification of over fourteen hundred suspects around the world the seizures included forty tons of wild meat and over a ton of elephant ivory the month long operation involved ninety three countries wbz news time nine twenty one and with today's entertainment report here's kiss one awaits billy kosta a michael jackson musical is headed to broadway the musical inspired by michael's life expected to debut they say in twenty twenty paul mccartney releasing solo music for the first time in four years two new songs dropping today in fact the funeral for kate spade is scheduled for tomorrow in her hometown of kansas city and the actress fran drescher says a reboot of her sitcom the nanny is now in the works with the detainment report i'm billy cost to the mattie show on.
Decision Framework, Drivers, Challenges Analysis and Forecast 2023 – True Industry News
"In boston a high today around eighty and sunny till some clouds start to move in later on today good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now trump administration officials say they have not yet figured out how to reunite the thousands of children separated from their families at the mexican border the influx of child immigrants prompted authorities to open at least three tender age shelters in south texas dow jones announces general electric will be replaced in the blue chip index by drugstore chain walgreens g e was an original member of the dow which made his debut in eighteen ninety six and bacon hill state lawmakers will debate a bill tomorrow allowing massachusetts residents to designate their gender as x instead of male or female on driver's licenses in other news now the us in china edge closer to triggering the riskiest trade war in decades a dispute that could weaken the world's two largest economies and krim global growth correspondent bills them for on the options from china's point of view they could impose some import restrictions on us goods they can take action against us companies doing business in china like apple gm and boeing one other big piece of ammunition that china has is oil china is the biggest buyer of you as crude oil in the world three hundred sixty three thousand barrels of american crude per day going to china they could for instance start buying that oil from iran or russia which would be another kind of strategic move by china in this trade war as well china's government called president trump's threat of new tariffs blackmail and warned to retaliate with measures of its own north korean state media says kim jong un thanked chinese president xi chang paying for his support in last week's groundbreaking summit with president trump kim is in beijing on his third visit to china this year can pledge during the summit to work toward denuclearization in exchange for us security guarantees a brutal attack on a poppy in east boston has a dog's owner asking why wbz tv's mike lacrosse has more sherline is still stunned that a random guy kicked her eight week old maltese puppy zhijie came up kicked her and smashed her with his foot and then at that point he turned around and smirk that me that happened on johnson street next to route one in east boston meanwhile sherline spent her day at a vet clinic in woburn where the puppy went through several tests the vet told her the dog suffered blunt force trauma to the jaw sherline is planning to file a police report mandalay bay almost becomes a notion after a broken water main flawed sa loss vegas hotels convention center about a thousand on the second floor of the luxury resort had to be relocated officials in vegas say there was no structural damage to the building and no injuries reported a critical weather alerts report dorms caused damage across the region thousands left without power if you don't like the weather in new england ray.
Students Stage Die-In For Pulse Shooting Anniversary
"Clouds in boston sixty degrees a high temp today mid seventies turning a bit humid good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now critics say the pledge between president donald trump and north korea's kim jong un does not include specifics on denuclearization and verification is too early the host city for the twenty twenty six world cop will be announced today this year's tournament kicks off tomorrow in russia and an suv crashes into a popular restaurant in peabody the driver accidentally backed into the front of bill and bob's roast beef no one was hurt in other news students across the country mark the second anniversary of the pulse nightclub shooting with a socalled diane demonstrations protested gun violence cbs's mola langey went to a demonstration outside the capitol in washington dc organizers made the diane last twelve minutes or more than seven hundred seconds they say that's one second for each of the mass shootings in the us that have resulted in at least four injuries since the pulse attack their own birth student activists staged similar diane's near president trump's maralago estate florida in near a trump building in new york city enough is enough our kids are dying i'm fourteen and i'm worried about going to school actress elizabeth milano took part in a demonstration in los angeles we honor all the victims of gun violence not by our thoughts and prayers but by action florida governor rick scott proclaimed yesterday june twelfth as pulse remembrance day the american medical association holds its annual policy meeting in chicago and adopts measures aimed at reducing gun violence calling it a public health crisis the association voted to press for a.