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Ukraine: Russian army hit apartment block in Kherson

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01:06 min | 6 hrs ago

Ukraine: Russian army hit apartment block in Kherson

"Russia continues to target the southern Ukrainian city of herson, with heavy artillery fire after withdrawing in November. Ukraine has faced a blistering onslaught of Russian missile and drone attacks since early October. The city of her son was heavily shelled overnight, causing fires in different parts of the city, damaging trees, and injuring at least two people, one resident, 55 year old Mikhail mikhailov, whose bloodied hand was being bandaged by a paramedic, says full dormant. Half of my house doesn't exist anymore. He heard the strike as he was falling asleep and was injured by falling glass, take an early in the war in March, parts of the hairson region were held by Russian forces until November when Ukrainians regained control of the main city, although free from Moscow's control almost daily shelling and power and water outages have become a new reality for its residents, Russian forces now stationed just across the dnieper river, are focused on striking Ukrainian infrastructure and pressing an offensive in the east. I'm Naomi Shannon

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"Call two O two 8 7 7 docs. That's two O two, 8 7 7. Medical Intel sponsored weekly by med star Washington hospital center. This is WTO P news. It's three 23. Airlines and regulators are pushing to have just one pilot in the cockpit of passenger jets instead of two. American Airlines captain Dennis tager is with allied pilots association, the union. He says this is about money and staff shortages. Who push on this are starting out in the basis of technology that it may be possible, but the real momentum on this down the hill is the idea that they can use less pilots and save money. That's the bottom line on this. Safety advocates are not happy with this idea they say two pilots are much safer than one. Now to the war in Ukraine, despite the onset of winter, fierce fighting continues, Ukrainian officials say they recorded nearly 400 shelling incidents in the eastern part of the country yesterday. President volodymyr zelensky says the fiercest fighting was in the done X region and the war rages on, this is an especially important day in Ukraine. Today is the day of freedom and dignity in Ukraine. It's a celebration honoring those who have fought against Russia in this war. But even as they do this, they're weary about attacks down in kurson. A couple of weeks ago, there was jubilation because the region had been liberated from Russian control. But Russia is just across the dnieper river, not very far. So they're easily able to attack and show people living in the region, and that's exactly what they're doing. That's WTO national security correspondent JJ green. The U.S. is calling on the UN Security Council to hold North Korea accountable over its recent missile test. The U.S. ambassador to the UN point specifically to the intercontinental ballistic missile Pyongyang launched last week capable of reaching the U.S. mainland. Linda Thomas greenfields had its vital for the council to respond with one voice and she reiterated charges that Russia and China are emboldening North Korea by blocking council action. CBS News correspondent cami McCormick. Money news at 25 and 55 on WTO. Here's Jeff Klebold. That was down 46 points. He doesn't be 500 is down 16, that's a half percent

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01:30 min | Last week

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"Upper 40s for a high today. At one 41, airlines and regulators are pushing to have just one pilot in the cockpit of passenger jets instead of two. American Airlines captain, Dennis tager, is with the airline airline pilots association unit. Who push on this are starting out in the basis of technology that it may be possible, but the real momentum on this down the hill is the idea that they can use less pilots and save money. That's the bottom line on this. Safety advocates say they oppose the idea of just one pilot in the cockpit. Fierce battles are persisting in Ukraine, officials there say about 400 shelling incidents will record it in the eastern part of the country just yesterday, and president volodymyr zelensky says the fiercest fighting was in the Donetsk region. As the war rages on, this is an especially important day in Ukraine. Today is the day of freedom and dignity in Ukraine. It's a celebration honoring those who have fought against Russia in this war. But even as they do this, they're weary about attacks down in croissant. A couple of weeks ago, there was jubilation because the region had been liberated from Russian control. But Russia is just across the dnieper river, not very far. So they're easily able to attack and show people living in the region, and that's exactly what they're doing. That's our national security correspondent, JJ

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02:16 min | Last week

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"As you've been hearing in sports, the 2022 FIFA men's World Cup is underway now, and today it's the first game for the U.S. men's national team starts at 2 o'clock against Wales. Well, the 28 day soccer tournament is taking place more than 6000 miles away in Qatar, fans in this region have several options to watch. DuPont circle park is having some big screens out for fans to watch the game. Now a watch party is now underway there and fans will be greeted with Welsh cake and coffee while a DJ performs. That sounds nice. Metro bar in northeast D.C. and Guy Fieri's kitchen and bar at the Capital One arena are also hosting watch parties. We'll bring you live updates during the match in all throughout the day. To the war in Ukraine now, we are fierce battles persist despite the onset of winter. Ukrainian officials say nearly 400 shelling incidents were recorded in the eastern part of the country yesterday, president volodymyr zelensky says the fiercest fighting was in the Donetsk region as the war rages on. It's an especially important day in Ukraine today. Today is the day of freedom and dignity in Ukraine. It's a celebration honoring those who have fought against Russia in this war. But even as they do this, they're weary about attacks down in croissant. A couple of weeks ago, there was jubilation because the region had been liberated from Russian control. But Russia is just across the dnieper river, not very far. So they're easily able to attack and show people living in the region, and that's exactly what they're doing. National security correspondent JJ green. And still to come on WTO? I was Republican rule is coming. How will a new democratic leader deal with the GOP? On Capitol Hill, I'm Mitchell Miller. 9 37. Moments like making my kids my famous meatballs mean a lot to me. But after being diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer or NBC, which is breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body, they mean even more. I take IBRANCE, public cyclops, IBRANCE 125 milligram tablets with an aromatase inhibitor is for postmenopausal women or for men, with HR positive her two negative NBC as the first hormonal based therapy. Ask your doctor about eyebrows and visit IBRANCE dot com. IBRANCE may cause low white blood cell counts that may lead to serious infections. IBRANCE may cause severe

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03:11 min | 3 weeks ago

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"May we commit to meeting a veteran. Visiting the gravesite of a veteran or in person or in prayer, thanking a veteran. You're with WTO. Then dean lane. This is WTO news. Now to the latest of the war between Ukraine and Russia, president Vladimir zelensky said this week special military units have entered the city of kirsan after Russian forces withdrew from the strategically key city, the withdrawal could act as a springboard for further advances into occupied territory and social media show residents, jubilantly, taking to the streets, waving Ukrainian flags, chanting and celebration. This morning WTO national security correspondent JJ green on Skype was more force. It does seem like a very big moment for Ukraine. We've been hearing about it talking about it some have been speculating about it for months now. It appears to have happened Russia withdrew its forces from the right bank or the West Bank of the dnieper river in croissant and this is a key seaport city. This is a huge embarrassment for Russia on top of the other embarrassments that have taken place since this war started in February, but it does seem as though this is happening. And then, of course, Ukraine's president, as you said, confirmed that this was indeed taking place. JJ assuming that this is not a trick that's going to allow Russia to ambush the Ukrainian military. What does this mean for Russia's stranglehold on Crimea? Well, I'm going to have to answer that question about the trick because I don't know what it means in terms of Crimea. But it's not at all clear that this isn't a trick. That's the key question because many Ukrainians still think it is. We had a Ukrainian member of parliament on WTO telling us this very thing. We've seen evidence of booby traps that have been found. Russia's forces are not that far away. They're just across on the other side of the river and there are many that are thinking that this is absolutely a trick. So as far as what it means for Crimea, honestly, I think we'll have to wait and see whether or not this is legitimate. I know the U.S. Military is waiting for some time to pass before they make a decision about whether this is indeed legitimate. But whether or not it's a trick or not, that's still something that's very seriously being considered. I mean, regardless, it would seem highly unusual for Ukraine to let their guard down there, JJ, and there have been so many casualties already. General Mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said not too long ago that Russia has lost a 100,000 troops either dead or injured and he said something that stunned a lot of people, Ukraine has lost about the same number, a 100,000 troops dead or injured. And he said something that now people are starting to move a little bit closer to understanding. And that is that we've been hearing about 5 or 6000 casualties, civilian casualties, general milley said essentially something on the order of 40,000 civilian casualties have taken place. And we still don't know if that's an accurate number because a lot

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02:48 min | 3 weeks ago

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"The war between Ukraine and Russia, president Vladimir zelensky said this week's special military units have entered the city of kirsan after Russian forces withdrew from the strategically key city, the withdrawal could act as a springboard for further advances into occupied territory and social media show residents, jubilantly, taking to the streets, waving Ukrainian flags, chanting and celebration. This morning, WTO national security correspondent JJ green on Skype with more force. It does seem like a very big moment for Ukraine. We've been hearing about it talking about it, some have been speculating about it for months now. It appears to have happened Russia withdrew its forces from the right bank or the West Bank of the dnieper river in croissant and this is a key seaport city. This is a huge embarrassment for Russia on top of the other embarrassments that have taken place since this war started in February. But it does seem as though this is happening. And then, of course, Ukraine's president, as you said, confirmed that this was in day taking place. JJ assuming that this is not a trick that's going to allow Russia to ambush the Ukrainian military. What does this mean for Russia's stranglehold on Crimea? Well, I'm going to have to answer that question about the trick because I don't know what it means in terms of Crimea. But it's not at all clear that this isn't a trick. That's the key question because many Ukrainians still think it is. We had a Ukrainian member of parliament on WTO telling us this very thing. We've seen evidence of booby traps that have been found. Russia's forces are not that far and away. They're just across on the other side of the river and there are many that are thinking that this is absolutely a trick. So as far as what it means for Crimea, honestly, I think we'll have to wait and see whether or not this is legitimate. I know the U.S. Military is waiting for some time to pass before they make a decision about whether this is indeed legitimate. But whether or not it's a trick or not, that's still something that's very seriously being considered. I mean, regardless, it would seem highly unusual for Ukraine to let their guard down there, JJ, and there have been so many casualties already. General Mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said not too long ago that Russia's lost a 100,000 troops either dead or injured, and he said something that stoned a lot of people, Ukraine has lost about the same number, a 100,000 troops dead or injured. And he said something that now people are starting to move a little bit closer to understanding. And that is that we've been hearing about 5 or 6000 casualties, civilian casualties, general milley said essentially something on the order of 40,000 civilian casualties have taken place. And we still don't know if that's an accurate number

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02:49 min | 3 weeks ago

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"Now to the latest of the war between Ukraine and Russia, president Vladimir zelensky said this week's special ability units have entered the city of kirsan after Russian forces withdrew from the strategically key city. The withdrawal could act as a springboard for further advances into occupied territory and social media showed residents, jubilantly, taking to the streets, waving Ukrainian flags, chanting and celebration. This 40 WTO national security correspondent JJ green on Skype with more force. It does seem like a very big moment for Ukraine. We've been hearing about it talking about it, some have been speculating about it for months now it appears to have happened Russia withdrew its forces from the right bank or the West Bank of the dnieper river in croissant and this is a key seaport city. This is a huge embarrassment for Russia on top of the other embarrassments that have taken place since this war started in February. But it does seem as though this is happening. And then, of course, Ukraine's president, as you said, confirmed that this was indeed taking place. JJ assuming that this is not a trick that's going to allow Russia to ambush the Ukrainian military. What does this mean for Russia's stranglehold on Crimea? Well, I'm going to have to answer that question about the trick because I don't know what it means in terms of Crimea. But it's not at all clear that this isn't a trick. That's the key question because many Ukrainians still think it is. We had a Ukrainian member of parliament on WTO telling us this very thing. We've seen evidence of booby traps that have been found. Russia's forces are not that far away. They're just across on the other side of the river and there are many that are thinking that this is absolutely a trick. So as far as what it means for Crimea, honestly, I think we'll have to wait and see whether or not this is legitimate. I know the U.S. Military is waiting for some time to pass before they make a decision about whether this is indeed legitimate. But whether or not it's a trick or not, that's still something that's very seriously being considered. I mean, regardless, it would seem highly unusual for Ukraine to let their guard down there, JJ, and there have been so many casualties already. General Mark milley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff said not too long ago that Russia's lost a 100,000 troops either dead or injured, and he said something that stunned a lot of people, Ukraine has lost about the same number, a 100,000 troops dead or injured, and he said something that now people are starting to move a little bit closer to understanding. And that is that we've been hearing about 5 or 6000 casualties, civilian casualties, general milley said essentially something on the order of 40,000 civilian casualties have taken place. And we still don't know if that's an accurate number

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04:18 min | 3 weeks ago

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"The editor's desk this evening, I'm Brian Calvert sitting in for Rick and Kim, thank you for joining us on this 11th day of November. One of the big stories we're keeping an ear on for you this evening, Russian troops have pulled out of hair song, and Ukrainian troops are preparing to assess the damage that's been left behind, but this embarrassing loss is certainly not the end of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Dan lamothe is covering this for The Washington Post. He spoke earlier today with Taylor van seiss. Then as you report significant Ukrainian gains beyond her son, are unlikely to come soon because winter is coming, how sure are the Ukrainians that the Russians really are done with the city and this retreat is for real? I think at this point we could say fairly certain that thousands of Russian troops have moved across the river that kind of runs along the side of the city and Ukrainian forces have moved into the city today, but there's still sort of a search to make sure there's not any pockets of Russian soldiers left behind. They're going to have to work through any mining that was done in terms of booby traps and things like that. So there's still a great deal of work to be done. And what are the two sides planning to do as winter comes? I think the most likely scenario in Hasan area sort of in southern Ukraine is that they're going to basically face off to some extent across this river that runs through the region dnieper river. It's a relatively large river. It creates kind of a natural boundary Russian forces would be on the eastern bank. Ukrainian forces would be on the western bank. You'll probably see artillery and mortars and other things fired at each other. But it's going to be extremely difficult to make any kind of gains beyond that river in either direction at this point. Meanwhile, what happens in her son? Because it's a city with a pre war population, at least a little larger than Spokane, Washington, presumably Russian troops they didn't follow the cub scout rule. It didn't leave it better than they found it. Yeah, I mean that'll be something very much to watch in coming days. I mean, we've seen has Russians have pulled back from some of the suburbs of key earlier in the war. Other parts of the country, evidence of mass graves, evidence of war crimes, concerns of things of that sort. So that's going to be a concern. And you're going to see people that have been living under Russian occupation for months now able to speak about their experiences. The Russian invasion, it's had a number of failure points, but why couldn't they hold on within this city? I think within this city, it comes down to a couple of things. Over the span of several months, the Ukrainians were able to basically take out Russia's ability to resupply those troops narrow it down to really just a single road in and out of her son from the east. They did that using artillery using some of these rocket artillery systems that the United States had provided. And it put the Russians increasingly under duress. You add that up over a span of time as the Ukrainians continue to advance from the western side and I think Russia just saw this as a potential bloodbath. And as an embarrassment and saw the best possible outcome for them to be pulled back and avoids one of the embarrassments that they had had earlier in the war that would have had a lot of dead Russians involved. And finally, how is this retreat being viewed within Russia because this is one of those rare times where the Russian defense ministry actually said, yeah, we're getting out of here. It's been very bizarre in some ways. You've seen an actual announcement from senior Russian officials that they were going to do this. They actually did follow through within the span of just a couple of days. And then you're kind of seeing it back and forth now. These sort of pro Russian war bloggers that typically are very much pro Kremlin and kind of backing kind of a hawkish point of view with this war. See this is sort of the betrayal and an embarrassment. So speaking out against the Russian government in a way that often is not allowed. So how that plays out over a span of weeks and months going forward if there are similar sort of discussions that that's an interesting point as well. Dan lamothe with us on northwest news radio reported for The Washington Post and Washington Post dot com is where you can always find his work. Dan, thank you. Thank you. Thank you, Taylor. Is 6 20, time now for your stock charts dot com money update here's Jim chesko. Stocks closed out a very

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Russia Says Retreat From Kherson City Is Complete

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00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia Says Retreat From Kherson City Is Complete

"Russia's military says the majority of troops from the West Bank of the river the divides Ukraine's cousin region is now complete The Russian defense ministry says it's finished pulling troops out of the curzon side of the dnieper river in a statement carried by Russia's state news agencies the ministry says that withdrawal was completed at 5 a.m. on Friday and not a single unit of military equipment was left behind The retreat that was announced earlier this week marks another setback for Moscow's war in Ukraine However a Kremlin spokesman has refused to acknowledge the retreat as humiliating for

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Russia says it enlisted 300K new troops to fight in Ukraine and doesn't plan for more

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00:32 sec | Last month

Russia says it enlisted 300K new troops to fight in Ukraine and doesn't plan for more

"Ukraine's presidential office says at least four civilians have been killed and ten others wounded by the latest Russian attacks The office says Russian troops again far on several towns facing the Russia occupied zapper Asian nuclear power plant across the dnieper river in the shilling damaged dozens of residential buildings and power lines and elsewhere attacks cut power supplies to thousands of people Meanwhile in the neighboring new Hans region the Ukrainian army is pressing its counter offensive governor Sergei saying

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01:49 min | Last month

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"The armed forces of Ukraine, 8000 of them are officers, 5000 of these women are participating in active combat areas, including their commanding batteries, platoons, vehicles, commanding aircraft units, and even working as snipers. The armed forces of Ukraine has already liberated 1600 settlements, 1620 to be exact. They say, from Russian troops and their continuing to liberate more. And now we're getting news. According to the Financial Times, they may liberate kirsan as soon as next week. That publication citing western military experts believe this could happen. And it could happen right on the bank of the dnieper river. In the meantime, Russia says it's mobilization is about over 200,000 men are being sent to fight. Many of them are dying immediately as soon as they get there. This could be a long bloody fight, but Ukraine says it's digging in and it's prepared for it. JJ, there is a strong sense winter is going to hit Ukraine pretty hard this year. So what is being done to deal with that? You remember the days before this war started. And those were days when we were talking about whether or not Ukraine could survive this. This is going to be another stiff existential challenge for Ukraine. It's clear the Russian strategy is to use winter to try to break the resolve of Ukrainians. But to Andre sadhvi, he is the mayor of lviv. He told journalists we have to brace for hard times. He said, winter is coming, and with it, perhaps the worst ever for our country. And he said, stock up on firewood by heaters, insulate where you can. And basically what they're saying in Ukraine is they're going to use every single thread or shredded anything they can to keep warm to make sure that they can survive this winter because this winter is going to tell the tale of this war.

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Ukrainian Forces Break Through Russia Lines

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00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Ukrainian Forces Break Through Russia Lines

"Forces are amazingly. They broke into more Russian lines. They've broken through the curse on frontline. They are pushing Stroud south into the strategic curse on region according to Wall Street Journal, Ukrainian forces broke through Russian lines made new advances in the southern Kirsten region while expanding their rapid offensive in the eastern part of the country to be taking areas that Moscow now claims to be part of Russia, pushing south the new Ukrainian advance secured a corner of the only Russian foothold on the western bank of the dnieper river, which bisects the country, Ukraine is in recent months destroyed all the bridges to the enclave, which concludes the regional capital care sun, making an increasingly difficult for the large Russian military to be resupplied with food ammunition and food. And fuel. They're going to run away there too. Russian disarray, on display, as Ukraine's forces advance on two fronts.

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02:40 min | 4 months ago

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"Planning went into the attack. Lives in fairview, New Jersey, where neighbors were stunned to learn what happened. Terrible. Terrible. It's frightening. Very frightening. It was an act of violence. A vigil was held in chautauqua, where the attack took place in a violation of the one thing that we have always cherished most. The safety and the tranquility of our grounds. And our ability to convene any conversation, even if it's difficult. There are new reports of heavy fighting in Ukraine as the war there is now in its 7th month. Ukrainian officials say Russian forces shelled a residential area in eastern Ukraine overnight. The mayor of crema stark said at least three people were killed and more than a dozen wounded in the attack. And in the south, a Ukrainian strike damaged the last standing bridge over the dnieper river, which Russia used to carry supplies into the region. That was CBS News. Adriana Diaz. Russia sent a positive signal in negotiations to free U.S. basketball star Brittany griner and another American in a prisoner swap. An official in Russia's foreign ministry told that nation's task news agency quiet diplomacy is continuing and it should bear fruit if of course Washington strictly follows it without slipping into propaganda. The U.S. is seeking the release of briner who is sentenced to 9 years for cannabis possession and a retired U.S. Marine Paul Whelan who is jailed two years ago on spying charges, which he denies. In return, the U.S. would release Russian arms dealer Victor boot known as the merchant of death. Roger stern, Fox News, researchers are hoping to better understand what causes someone to catch coronavirus while others who live in the same household Dodge the virus. Children's national hospital enrolled 1000 kids and young adults in a 5 year study to examine the effects of long COVID. One child caught the virus in December and is still not completely back to normal. I had very deep costs. I had headaches, dizziness, tiredness, fevers. That's ten year old Akshay varma. Speaking with our news partners at NBC four. He quarantined in the basement away from his family of 5 who didn't get the virus then. Doctor Roberta dibiase is spearheading the study. We're doing a lot of testing of their heart function. Their lung function, their mental health and their quality of life

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03:12 min | 4 months ago

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"Our ability to convene any conversation, even if it's difficult. There are new reports of heavy fighting in Ukraine as the war there is now in its 7th month. Ukraine and officials say Russian forces shelled a residential area in eastern Ukraine overnight. The mayor of premature stark said at least three people were killed and more than a dozen wounded in the attack. And in the south, a Ukrainian strike damage the last standing bridge over the dnieper river, which Russia used to carry supplies into the region. That was CBS News, Adriana Diaz. Russia sends a positive signal in negotiations to free U.S. basketball star Brittany griner and another American in a prisoner swap. An official in Russia's foreign ministry told that nation's task news agency quiet diplomacy is continuing and it should bear fruit if of course Washington strictly follows it without slipping into propaganda. The U.S. is seeking the release of briner who is sentenced to 9 years for cannabis possession and have retired U.S. Marine Paul Whelan who is jailed two years ago on spying charges, which he denies. In return, the U.S. would release Russian arms dealer Victor boot known as the merchant of death. Roger stern, Fox News. Researchers are hoping to better understand what causes someone to catch coronavirus while others who live in the same household Dodge the virus. Children's national hospital enrolling 1000 kids and young adults in a 5 year study to examine the effects of long COVID, one child caught the virus in December and is still not completely back to normal. I had very deep costs. I had headaches, dizziness, tiredness, fevers. That's ten year old Akshay varma speaking with our news partners at NBC four. He quarantined in the basement away from his family of 5 who didn't get the virus then. Doctor Roberta dibiase is spearheading the study. We're doing a lot of testing of their heart function. Their lung function. Their mental health and their quality of life. A series of strict abortion laws are soon to take effect, and Idaho, CBS News, Allison keyes has more. Idaho Supreme Court has ruled that the state strict abortion bans can take effect while legal challenges continue. The near total ban criminalizing all abortions takes effect August 25th, doctors can defend themselves at trial by claiming the abortion was done to save the woman's life. Another law allowing potential relatives of a fetus to sue abortion providers for up to $20,000 is also taking effect. Rapists can not sue under the law, but the family of a rapist can. A third law criminalizes abortions done after 6 weeks unless it was due to rape or incest or to save a patient's life. Planned Parenthood filed suit. Allison keyes, CBS News. Coming up after traffic and weather, the CDC releases its updated COVID guidelines. We'll talk to CBS News medical contributor doctor David agus. In

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03:21 min | 4 months ago

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"In a violation of the one thing that we have always cherished most. The safety and the tranquility of our grounds and our ability to convene any conversation, even if it's difficult. You have a CBS News correspondent Michael George reporting. There are new reports of heavy fighting in Ukraine as the war there now is in its 7th month. Ukrainian officials say Russian forces shelled a residential area in eastern Ukraine overnight. The mayor of krama stark said at least three people were killed and more than a dozen wounded in the attack. And in the south, Ukrainian strike damage the last standing bridge over the dnieper river, which Russia used to carry supplies into the region. Adriana Diaz reporting. Well, how many calls have you gotten lately about your car warranty expiring? Americans are getting slammed with billions of robocalls and now robo text a month, prompting a new warning from the Federal Communications Commission. You want to make sure you look at every text message that comes in and identify if it's genuine seeming at the very least. WTO's top tech guy George molnar says to watch out for texts that come from a number that's longer than ten digits, indicating that it came from overseas, also be wary of links in texts. You want to make sure that you're not clicking on anything that you're sent from someone you're not absolutely sure about. And don't respond to these texts, even if they come in and say, text stop to stop. Identifying the fact that that's a working number and they've scored. John Aaron WTO P news. Russia, sending a positive sign that negotiations to free basketball star, Brittany griner, and another American in a prisoner swap, or moving forward. An official in Russia's foreign ministry told that nation's task news agency quiet diplomacy is continuing and it should bear fruit if of course Washington strictly follows it without slipping into propaganda. The U.S. is seeking the release of briner who is sentenced to 9 years for cannabis possession and a retired U.S. Marine Paul Whelan who was jailed two years ago on spying charges, which he denies. In return, the U.S. would release Russian arms dealer Victor boot known as the merchant of death. Roger stern Fox News. A series of strict abortion laws soon to take effect in Idaho, CBS News correspondent Allison keyes. Idaho Supreme Court has ruled that the state strict abortion bans can take effect while legal challenges continue. The near total ban criminalizing all abortions takes effect August 25th, doctors can defend themselves at trial by claiming the abortion was done to save the woman's life. Another law allowing potential relatives of a fetus to sue abortion providers for up to $20,000 is also taking effect. Rapists can not suit under the law, but the family of a rapist can. A third law criminalizes abortions done after 6 weeks unless it was due to rape or incest or to save a patient's life. Planned Parenthood filed suit. Allison keyes, CBS News. Still, I had a local boiled water alert has been lifted with caveats. Ten 36. The Washington area has certainly had some very intense storms this summer. Heavy and frequent downpours over a short period of time. And that means not only your roof, but your entire water removal system is being taxed. Highest Chris core. Your gutters downspouts and roof all should be working together to get water away

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UN demands end to military activity at Ukraine nuke plant

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

UN demands end to military activity at Ukraine nuke plant

"The world continues to worry about the threat of a nuclear disaster in east Ukraine where Schilling has hit the area which is home to Europe's largest nuclear plant Shelling near the Russian control sapria facility has continued overnight where Russian forces have fired more than 40 rockets at the city of marhanets which is across the dnieper river from the power plant at least three people were wounded in the most recent shelling including a 12 year old boy The UN's nuclear chief warned late Thursday that very alarming military activity at the nuclear plant could lead to dangerous consequences I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Ukraine: Shelling hits town near Russian-held nuclear plant

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 4 months ago

Ukraine: Shelling hits town near Russian-held nuclear plant

"At least three Ukrainian civilians have been killed and over 20 wounded by Russian shelling in the last 24 hour period including an attack not far from a Russian occupied nuclear power plant The office of Ukraine's president since the Russians have fired over 120 rockets from grad multiple rocket launchers At the southern town of which is across the dnieper river from Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant several apartment buildings and industrial facilities were damaged Meanwhile drones are playing a crucial role in Ukraine's military operations in the myco live region where shelling from Russia has been escalating in the recent weeks A Ukrainian reconnaissance team named fireflies operates out of a derelict house They jump back into the room following an explosion The leader who goes by the nom de guerre baton tells the AP his unit is using drones to monitor and combat any Russian attempt to seize more territory in the region I'm Charles De Ledesma

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"dnieper river" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"dnieper river" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Now, everybody's going to have to meet with reality real faster. Apparently, except for Joe Biden. Meanwhile, the United States continues to promote a war in Ukraine that it seemingly has no off ramp for. And there doesn't seem to be any sort of plan here. I've been saying from nearly the beginning. The defending Ukraine against Russia's full scale invasion was worthwhile. But there had to be some sort of offer and provided a Putin here, or this was just going to continue forever. And forever wars do not benefit democracies. Forever wars tend to end with the democracies destroying their own credibility and undermining their own commitments and then running away, which is exactly what we saw in Afghanistan. Dictatorships can maintain forever wars literally forever because the dictator just says I'm not giving up. That's the end of the story. Well, the war in Ukraine is continuing a pace. According to The Wall Street Journal, when Ukrainian troops deployed on the Kirsten front line in April, the village is empty homes provided some protection from relentless Russian shelling. Now there are many places left to hide anymore, set a soldier who goes by his call sign kulak, pointing to a landscape of craters and twisted trees. Most houses have burned down from incendiary shells, the church has gone to, it's never quiet down here. No civilians live in this area anymore. A white goat wandered from one wrecked house to another looking for food. Russian drones with motion detectors frequently hover over the spot from which kulak observes it Russian movements about a mile away indirect artillery strikes. The unit's mission he said is to hold firm. The Russians shoot left and right into the step anywhere. As for us, we have to economize the ammunitions. We only fire according to precise coordinates. The situation for now is similar across the Harrison front line that stretches for more than a hundred miles. The strategic terrain represents Russia's only footholds on the western bank of the dnieper river and a potential avenue of advance on the ports of Macaulay Odessa and the rest of Ukraine's remaining Black Sea shoreline. Major Roman Val Kyiv, the executive officer of Ukrainian battalion, said quote neither side has the forces or the equipment to begin a decisive operation here. So both are preparing for positional warfare so far. So basically stalemate has now ensued. To what exactly is going to happen here? Well, the longer the time goes on, the better it is for the Russians. Time is a factor. Moscow pointed authorities are planning a mid September referendum on annexing Carson and other parts of occupied southern Ukraine to Russia, a move that would formalize a land bridge from the Russian border to the Crimean Peninsula in the Russia absorbed in 2014. The referendum represents a big threat. We need to ruin the plans of the occupiers at Sergei klon and member of the Henderson regional legislature who escaped. To control the areas and serves in the Ukrainian military. The focus of the war is increasingly shifting to the south, Raj Russia has begun transferring some of its best units from Donbass to Harrison. They're trying to solidify what they can. They're trying to make aggressive moves before the winter and prevent the Ukrainians more importantly for making aggressive moves before the winter. But come the winter, Joe Biden's energy policy is going to come to a crashing halt either in Ukraine where he's going to have to stop the Ukraine war or he's going to have to figure something else out because otherwise half of Europe is going to freeze. So again, our Democrats going to be able to run away from this. That's going to be doubtful. Our Democrats can be able to run away from the failures failures of Joe Biden in other areas of foreign policy. Like for example, Afghanistan. And it is amazing that Joe Biden, the Gaul of Joe Biden. In suggesting that the killing of I'm an Osmo hearing in Kabul in Kabul was somehow a magical masterstroke demonstrating his victory in Afghanistan, it's obviously not true. In fact, John Kirby, the National Security Council, spokesperson, he said yesterday that we now know that Zoe was in Kabul since last year. Now, I may not be any sort of expert in chronology, but I do know that last year was like a couple of months after we left Afghanistan. So within a few weeks of us leaving Afghanistan, the leader of Al-Qaeda was living in the home of one of the members of the government of the Taliban, we had just surrendered to. Here is John Kirby explaining. How long was that in Kabul? We think that he was in Kabul since, if not late

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Ukraine forces strike key bridge in Russian-occupied south

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Ukraine forces strike key bridge in Russian-occupied south

"Ukrainian troops have struck a strategic bridge essential for Moscow to supply its forces occupying the country's south The deputy head of the Moscow appointed administration for the cursing region says the Ukrainian military struck the Antonin sky bridge across the dnieper river late on Tuesday He said the bridge remained standing but its surface is pierced with holes forcing a halt to traffic The nearly one mile long bridge sustained serious damage in previous Ukrainian shelling last week when it received multiple hits It was closed for trucks but had remained open for passenger vehicles until the latest strike I'm Charles De Ledesma

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 Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Russian missiles kill at least 23 in Ukraine, wound over 100

"Ukraine says the latest target of Russian missiles is a city in the country's southeast I'm Ben Thomas with the latest This time Ukrainian officials say the cruise missiles were fired from Russian strategic bombers over the Caspian Sea They hit a factory in nipro on the dnieper river for missiles were intercepted Air strikes also were reported in kremenchuk another city along the knee south of Kyiv Earlier in the day the southern city of Mikhail was the target firefighters dousing smoking wreckage after at least ten explosions President Vladimir zelensky says universities were hit along with the shipbuilding institute He said since launching its invasion Russia has struck more than 2000 educational institutions from kindergartens to universities

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War, guilt and last kisses: A deceptive, uneasy calm in Kyiv

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 6 months ago

War, guilt and last kisses: A deceptive, uneasy calm in Kyiv

"With war raging on fronts to the eastern south the summer of 2022 is proving a bitter one for the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv A scenic picture of locals bathing in a part of the dnieper river known as Venice Beach may give the illusion that all is back to normal in the Ukrainian capital for 19 year old cybersecurity student valeria the thought of war constantly looms in the back of her head The siren It's really scary In the center of town violinist marquin lukin nuk plays his violin to pass us by he says things seem to have gone back to normal People kind of disregard the sirens and all this kind of stuff but they because they got used to it I guess and that's the worst part of it Magazine editor Andre bastogne recently passed his military medical check meaning he could soon be sent into combat too relaxing over wine with friends he says for now at least the capital feels safe and people are going about their daily lives It feels pretty safe You listen to the people they are always speaking with about their relationships all the sex and the vote for it I'm Karen Chammas

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"dnieper river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"dnieper river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That those countries are helping Russia why not sanction those countries Well that's possible I think there are two dimensions to your question One is you can certainly go after sanctions of Vader So those individuals entities even countries that are evading the sanctions that are on the books And I anticipate that we'll see a lot of enforcement in the coming weeks and months related to that shipping companies suppliers others that are helping Russia evade sanctions The other part of your question is an important one because we have yet to see the application a secondary sanctions That is the ability to go after those who continue to trade with Russia even if they themselves are not sick to sanctions And so that's another arena where we might see action in the future and it would allow the U.S. Europe and others to go after Indian Turkish Chinese and other companies that are still doing business with Russia Juan quickly one thing one last thing secretary treasury deputy secretary Wally adeyemo so the next wave will involve sanctions to disrupt Russia's military supply chains What do you think that means Well I think the treasury is looking at all the sectors that they can hit and the supply chains that are allowing Russia to continue those activities And so they're going to be looking at suppliers shippers and others that are supporting Russia's military Obviously that's critical as Russia continues its offensive in the Ukraine That's Juan's roddy former assistant Secretary of the Treasury now at K two integrity Juan thanks Thank you We have a reminder of the war in Ukraine is not stopping just changing locations Bear with me just a moment here So sorry just changing locations Russian officials made a hopeful sounding statement yesterday saying it would back out of the capital Kyiv But Russia's assault elsewhere continues like the besieged city of Mario pole Civilians who make it out in head west crossed the dnieper river at a bridge at a town called Zappa reach and PRC in Bobby and went there They arrived packed into battered cars the windows of many of them blown out by bomb blasts dirty strips of white cloth flutter like flags of surrender from their door handles The evacuees have taped signs with the word children on their hoods to try to identify themselves as civilians.

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"dnieper river" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 9 months ago

"dnieper river" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That caused a lot of concern in the markets and we have seen some very sharp selling but we have actually come back a lot from the worst levels of the day The ten year yield is now at 1.80% We dropped all the way down to 1.69% and the two year here is at 1.48% Equities are down The nikkei is off a little more than 2% but was down about two and a half to two and three quarters percent earlier the a 6 200 down 1% And the hang seng index is off about 2.7% It's not that there's a lot of good news Russian forces did shell Europe's largest nuclear power plant that much we know it has been on fire And it has raised concerns about the safety of the facility And this plant is down in the southeastern part of Ukraine north Of Crimea And it's right near the city of anner hodor's right on the dnieper river So it's caused a lot of concern We have seen a lot of selling But again off the worst levels the dollar had a bid was up about three tenths of a percent Now less than a tenth of a percent and all again one 1545 here and gold is now $1937 and 60 cents a Troy ounce Crude oil has also come back from its highest levels Now one O 9 77 per barrel And that is a quick check of the markets Paul back to you Yeah we are now one minute past the hour Let's get a check of global news And as you've heard Russian troops showing Europe's largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine it Baxter's got details And this will have been reporting to that unit one at least is on fire Firefighters can not.

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"dnieper river" Discussed on Revolutions

Revolutions

05:19 min | 9 months ago

"dnieper river" Discussed on Revolutions

"While this is all unfolding, Ukraine is busy becoming the bleeding ulcer of the white movement. By the end of June 1919, the whites control all of eastern Ukraine and had advanced up the dnieper river and taken Kyiv. Ukraine was meant to be a vital component to the push on Moscow, as denikin and his officers, envisioned the region providing recruits for the army. Coal for the trains, and serving as a main artery for supplies running out from the south. Now if Ukraine was going to be these things, the whites had to bring the Ukrainians under a peaceful and productive occupation. Ukraine had been in a state of crisis for years, and when the whites came in, there was essentially no functioning central government or administration. It had become a kind of no man's land simply being criss-crossed by rival armies. If the whites could establish an effective administration and coax the Ukrainians into cooperation by offering them various incentives, it might very well be the key to the Moscow directive succeeding. Okay, so enough with the ironic foreshadowing. When the whites came into Ukraine, they endeared themselves too precisely. No one. In fact, they seemed hell bent on pissing everybody off. To the extent that the whites had any political ideology at all, it was patriotic Russian nationalism. When the white armies rolled into town in Ukraine their big promise was to restore the old Russian Empire, make it one an indivisible again. This ideology was driven by a kind of Russian chauvinism that just did not play in Ukraine at all. Denikin refused to even make the slightest nod to Ukrainian regional autonomy, let alone acknowledge their existence as a people. He never referred to Ukraine in his statements he only ever called the territory little Russia, and he only ever called the Ukrainians little Russians. In his mind there was no such thing as Ukraine or Ukrainians. But even with this whole hey, look, we're all the same people rhetoric. The native Ukrainians were never invited into service partners in this project, even if they had wanted to restore the Russian Empire one and indivisible. When the whites came to town, Russians were appointed to all important administrative posts, the Ukrainian language was banned in all official institutions. It's actually impressive how little they did to mollify the Ukrainians. Even the despised hetman score podski got more native Ukrainian support than the Russian whites did. And regime was famously propped up entirely by.

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"dnieper river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:37 min | 10 months ago

"dnieper river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The authorities warned of sabotage groups rampaging the streets a curfew has been imposed for the whole of Sunday or la guerin is in Kyiv There is a real sense here now that nowhere in the capital is safe Ukraine's beleaguered president volodymyr zelensky took to the deserted streets shooting a selfie video to reassure his people I am here he said and we will not lay down our arms Far from it we found Ukrainians taking up arms forming volunteer brigades to defend the city alongside the local police For now the city remains in Ukrainian hands but the battle may be just beginning Satellite imagery shows Russian ground forces assembled in nova kahoka in southern Ukraine around a hydroelectric plant in the dnieper river the images released by private U.S. company show trucks and the plants down Earlier on Saturday Ukrainian troops fought off an onslaught of Ukraine's second city hat give close to the Russian border The UN refugee agency says the Russian invasion has driven more than a 150,000 people to flee Ukraine to countries further west The vast majority have gone to Poland officials there say more than a hundred hospitals are ready to take injured Ukrainians You and Watson of the Red Cross said his organization was trying to help those internally displaced within Ukraine The escalating conflict has just made the situation extremely extremely difficult for the civilian population You've got people on the move Even within Ukraine now we're looking at at least a 100,000 people who are searching for a safe haven and the needs are just growing by the minute The German Chancellor says his country will deliver weapons to Ukraine in a major shift of German policy Olaf shot said as government would send anti tank weapons and surface to air missiles Damian McGuinness reports The Russian invasion marks a turning point said German Chancellor Olaf scholz as he announced that Germany would be sending 1000 anti tank weapons and 500 stinger missiles directly to Ukraine This together with the decision to allow German made arms to be sent to Ukraine by other countries is also a turning point in Germany's foreign policy Germans have been shocked by Putin's actions in Ukraine and have been demanding that their government take tougher action against the Kremlin Now it has world news from the BBC In New York this is WNYC good afternoon on Mayan Levinson Many Ukrainians in New York are watching the news and getting updates from friends and loved ones as Russian forces attack the capital and resident shelter or take up arms to slow the advance A la clason has lived in the East Village more than two decades but many of her family members are still in Kyiv her sister in law's husband has joined the military while her sister in law and the couple's newborn baby have sheltered or rather been sheltering in the basement of their apartment building No they will stay They will stay So they'll stay there and fight Like I said I can talk I can even breathe to describe what we feel and right now Russian troops closed in on key yesterday after a barrage of air strikes on cities and military bases around the country Today is a 29th anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing 6 people died in the attack four of whom were port authority employees more than a thousand others were injured and 6 men would be trotted convicted in the bombing including Ramsey Yusef whose uncle Khalid Sheik Muhammad provided funding for the bombing and went on to mastermind the September 11th attacks New York City is giving away thousands of pairs of dance shoes to public schools and nonprofits these cities materials for the arts program is distributing the shoes to teachers The group's director Tara Simon sansoni rather says the shoes will bring joy to a lot of children Some of those teachers were telling us that they've been having their dance students dance in their socks Some of them said their students have never had a pair of dance shoes on their feet before And a company in Rhode Island donated 11,000 pairs of ballet slippers tap shoes and jazz boots Our weather for tonight gradually clearing for the overnight and a low of around 29 tomorrow should be sunny with a high.

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"dnieper river" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"dnieper river" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Your leaders say that they are for peace. So prove it. The dramatic withdrawals of foreign embassy staff and warnings of imminent invasions are creating a sense of dual realities in Kyiv, where preparations for war coexist with the ordinary over the Valentine's Day holiday, Kyiv's cafes, bustled with people in clubs and bars, local comedians, rift with the audience about rising tensions. As couples strolled the scenic bangs of the dnieper river, some pausing to take a dip in the icy waters. They could hear members of the ultra nationalist paramilitary group write sector stage exercises nearby. People need to learn about bomb shelters, teach each other first aid and weapons training said a tattoo covered veteran in his 30s who declined to give his name. A ferret peaked out of his front pocket, a big war could start this time. Today we don't know what tomorrow will bring, read a statement this week from Ukraine's only major photography festival held each May in the Black Sea port city of Odessa since 2015. The team was still negotiating with foreign guests, but can not guarantee a big international event as we ourselves are trapped in the situation. It added that this year's event, its first in person since the pandemic started would be smaller and cozy. Activist and Ukrainian filmmaker ola censos, who spent 5 years in a Russian jail before his release in a 2019 prisoner swap says Ukraine's culture must be preserved at all costs. On Wednesday, since of the latest film, rhino, which takes place in the criminal underworld of 1990s Ukraine, opened to a pact Kyiv movie theater. And while the acclaimed filmmaker did not even think of canceling the premiere, the theater was secured with armed men, in case of what he described as provocations or staged violence from Russia. We've had war for 8 years now, he says, if we do not hold concerts or make films, then nothing makes sense. And at the closer nightclub, the team is appealing to the government for financial support. Vell said that they will continue to invite DJs from around the world to play on its cushion filled floors to prevent young people from being overcome by fear and to come to Kyiv to see peace and love in our clubs..

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