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Will Dak Prescott Sign A Long Term Deal With The Dallas Cowboys?
"Prescott. There is two hours and fifty one minutes left until Dak, Prescott, and Dallas Cowboys can work in extension if not he will be under the franchise tag for the next season earning himself thirty one point four million dollars guaranteed. With the potential chance I, guess up after this season or get franchise tag again. He is now the third quarterback in the history of franchise tags and the NFL to play on the franchise tag. If that happens obviously before after four o'clock drew brees that it what the San Diego chargers. He leaves Don Kirk cousins, does it? What The Washington redskins twice? He leaves town, so history says Dak Prescott will play. This franchise tag may be getting again even but not in Dallas Cowboy long-term. If Your Dad, how do you feel? Do you pumped about thirty one point? Four million dollars guaranteed because if I'm looking at that piece of paper I'm like fucking here we go. Yeah. He's got to be torn. I would imagine I'm sure you're excited. Okay? I'm going to be the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys for another year. MC, thirty one million guaranteed, but he doesn't feel like he has that long term security that he wants from the team. McKay. You think I'm your guy. You're willing to pay thirty one MIL for one year. Why doesn't that don't you think you should give me five six year extension and give me big time money for down the road? That's where he's gotTA. Be Thinking, but so if he doesn't do it today though. He will become a free agent. When the League year starts next March right now after the season they can negotiate. There's another window after the season before free agency to work a long term deal. I actually had that happened after I got franchise tag the day before free agency, we worked a five year deal or four year deal, so I never hit the market, but I was franchise tag the year before, so they could still potentially do that, but I guess I five year deal was offered to Prescott. Numerous Times but DAK wants a four year deal. Cowboys won a five year deal and we've been told by everybody around the cowboys and that knows the organization that that is literally. The only holdup is a one year difference so that's very interesting to me because it feels like there's it's much bigger than just a one year difference there. Thirty three to thirty five million dollars offered with over one hundred million dollars guaranteed, so if you look at that, they know that the cowboys won a five year deal that means three years of that deal was guaranteed. The other two were not locked in for five years as opposed to attack once for four, so everybody's assuming he's going to sign that deal. They're not going to get a deal done, but it's interesting because. He could potentially get thirty seven point four or something next year if he gets franchise tag thirty seven point nine if he gets franchise tag again I, don't see them running into the situation next free agency. I don't. There's no way that the franchise tagging him again they would. You would think they get the deal done I think that they're trying to see if he and Mike McCarthy going to work, I honestly believe that I think there's now granted. They made him one hundred million dollar guarantee already, so maybe I'm wrong in thinking
"don kirk" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"By Liberty Mutual insurance. I'm Matt piper. A report out tonight says President Trump personally directed. His former attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress BuzzFeed reporting. It was about negotiations to build a Trump Tower in Moscow Russia in order to obscure his own involvement. It comes amid word that Cohen has reconsidering his plan to testify before congress next month due to intimidation by the president Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis on MSNBC, there is genuine fear, and it has caused Michael Cohen to consider whether he should go forward or not in response to the BuzzFeed report house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says in part, this is among the most serious allegation to date President Trump's current attorney Rudy Giuliani responds if you believe Cohen, I can get you a great deal on the Brooklyn Bridge. The president denied house speaker Nancy Pelosi is use of a military plane and postponed her trip abroad hours before. Was set to happen. One day after she asked him to postpone his state of the union address. They both use the partial government shutdown as the reason one day after house speaker Nancy Pelosi sent President Trump a letter asking him to postpone his state of the union address until the shutdown. Stalemate ends the president fired back with his own letter. He told the house speaker her trip to Belgium and Afghanistan aboard a military jet was postponed. Because quote, it would be better. If you were in Washington negotiating with me to end, the shutdown late Thursday, White house press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said in a statement that due to the shutdown. The president has cancelled his delegation's trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Natalie brand, CBS news, the White House. North Korean envoy arrived in Washington today. It is believed they'll meet with secretary of state, Mike Pompeo to lay the groundwork for a second US North Korea summit between the two world leaders. Reporter Don Kirk is in Seoul, the critical question is whether. They're going to agree with secretary of state Pompeo on when President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong on her going to meet again, it's widely believed that they're there to make a deal. They're there to set a time and a place. President Trump is said maybe mid February. We've also heard that they could meet in Vietnam. Neither the State Department or the White House have confirmed that a meeting is taking place. A woman is dead. Another person was critically wounded in a shooting at a church parking lot and the Texas city of Cyprus tonight. Police say no one is under arrest, but they're looking for sixty two year old Arthur etiquette. He was driving a white two thousand eight suburban with a damaged right front quarter.
Hope and caution in North Korea as Kim Jong Un shifts gears
"Eight fifty at WCBS theory some new evidence North Korea is planning another military parade satellite imagery shows North Korea gearing up for perhaps its biggest parade on September, ninth the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea the country's formal name it's not clear. Though if Kim Jong UN will want to display, intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of carrying a warhead as far. As the US Joseph Bermudez of thirty eight north in Washington expect those. Long range missiles to stay under wraps until, the parade and may, not be shown in awe Well, the north looked for reconciliation with South Korea and the
North Korea preparing for military parade
"Fifty some new evidence North, Korea is planning another military parade reporter Don Kirk with the details he's. In Seoul South Korea. Satellite imagery shows North Korea gearing up for its biggest parade on September ninth the seventieth anniversary of the founding of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea the country's formal name it's not clear though if Kim Jong UN will want as boy intercontinental ballistic. Missiles capable of carrying a warhead. As far, as the
Mattis says no more halt to U.S.-South Korea joint military exercises
"With the US. And South Korean military drills back on the table, and the cancellation of a top level summit in peon gang North Korea Washington is toughening its stance as it negotiates with North Korea are Don Kirk. In Seoul Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said there are. No plans to cancel future exercises but a spokesman for South Korea's president moon Jae-in says the. US and South Korea, need to talk about North. Korea's progress toward denuclearization before deciding whether dole more
J.C. Penney launching big-and-tall brand with Shaquille O'Neal
"A big JC Penney today a big because it involves Shaquille O'Neal who's going to be featured in JC Penney's campaign for big and tall clothing yeah Chaco Neil will include sixty styles like shirts ties and belts at affordable prices with separates, and sports coats, to size sixty four and belts to four excel they're calling. Shaquille O'Neal x. l. g., and looks like he's going to be carrying the brand for. The big, and tall. Line of clothing looks like JC penny stock has been getting smaller today looks like a new low down twelve cents at a dollar
Ankara Turkey, US and North Korea discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Overseas shots were fired from a, moving car at a security gate of the US embassy in Ankara Turkey nobody was, hurt CBS is highly. Williams is in Istanbul attack comes at a crucial time at a time when relations between the US and Turkey and always. A two key, NATO allies are
"don kirk" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"One day of summer Peter King CBS news parkland Florida about one hundred South Koreans will visit. North Korea this week to meet. Long separated family members reporter Don Kirk in Seoul. Says it's the twenty first family reunion of its kind but the first one, to take place in several years they haven't had, family, reunions in nearly three years in a period when relations between north and South. Korea were a very bad, while. North Korea was conducting. Nuclear tests and testing long range missiles threatening to attack the United States with. A nuclear warhead also threatening South Korea the decision to continue, the reunions was among the agreements reached between North Korea's Kim Jong UN and South Korean president moon at their landmark summit in April. Well in the world of car sales two thousand eighteen, will be remembered as the year of the pickup truck Detroit has been cranking out of high. Volume of trucks, this. Year according to WBZ's Jeff Gilbert pickups now make up fourteen percent of. Sales a rate not seen in a dozen years Edmonson, analyst Ivan Drury says the average transaction prices approaching fifty thousand dollars. A lot of high trim levels being sold and these really are supplementing yet year that you can really by a pickup truck driver as a driver there's a new ram and Silverado and Ford f one. Fifty s having its. Best year ever Jeff over four CBS news Mark, Cuban just may be selling his, movie chain that story plus. Traffic and weather together on the h. next gay early news time is.
14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casino
"Has reportedly supplied valuable. Information to the Russian election meddling probe correspondent, Tom Foty has more reacting from his New Jersey golf resort, the president tweeted Saturday evening he. Allowed his chief White House legal counsel Don Mcgann and others. To fully, cooperate with the special counsel Robert Muller in the, Russia investigation Mr. Trump's tweet on the subject concludes with his frequent claims no, collusion no obstruction which on the New York Times. Says Mcgann told investigators that he never saw Mr.. Trump go beyond his legal authority former UN. Secretary general and Nobel peace prize. Winner
Omarosa Manigault Newman claims to have taped John Kelly firing her
"A change of heart for former White House staffer Omarosa, manigault Newman she's promoting a tell all book about. Her one year stint there on meet the press. She said I had applied spot where. It came to tell Trump I wanted to see the, best in him and obviously I felt miserably on the show she. Released a tape of chief of staff John Kelly firing her White House officials are now reportedly, looking into legal options to stop her. From releasing more
North and South Korea prepare for third summit
"North and South Korea setting the stage for, a third summit between their leaders North Korea. Calling on the US to reciprocate by easing sanctions and stopping those demands at the north denuclearized I Don Kirk reports from Seoul North Korea is very anxious, to get South Korea to criticize the US to take a strong. Stance against the US on. Sanctions and to support a peace declaration bringing a formal end to the, Korean
Journey home underway for remains of US soldiers killed in Korean War
"To the US inside what are believed. To be the remains of servicemen from the Korean war reporter Don Kirk has details from Osan airbase that these remains are. Legitimate US officials think that these. Remains are those of Americans they've gone to that much analysis they also said that there were a. Few opposite ends of acquitted that accompanied the remains some canteens some other indications. That they were GI remain remains turned over by North Korea last week for the. Origin of the remains the original place where. The serviceman fell they said that they came from several places they said that the North Koreans, did tell them where each of these remains was found originally but we don't know where they've been all these years and DNA testing will. Be conducted in. Hawaii before the remains are returned to families CBS news update I'm Deborah Rodriguez amid news that Facebook has identified a new Political influence campaign ahead of the November elections lawmakers are now raising, some serious concern they spoke said the coordinated political activity was similar to the Russian efforts to years ago but these actors were better disguised. The top democrat on the Senate intelligence committee for Jaas Mark Warner is pretty sure who's behind it I can say pretty. High confidence I think this is. Rushing later Warner says the term meddling underestimates the level of just court the level of disruption Warner. Says Google needs to step up its monitoring of such activities as well Allison. Keys CBS news Washington is day two of the federal trial of Paul Manafort the. Former Trump campaign chair is the first of. The president's associates tried since the special counsels Russia probe the case makes no mention of Mr., Trump instead focusing on manafort's business dealings with allegations including multi-million dollar tax evasion CBS is Bill Rakoff covering the trial when testimony resumes this. Morning at nine. Thirty the first witness expected is Dan raven a political strategist Who worked with Paul Manafort in the two thousand. Ten Ukrainian presidential election Manafort is accused of hiding tens of millions of dollars he made, off of that election and then. Lying about it on his tax returns his lawyer say. Any fraud was committed by manafort's co-defendant Rick. Gates who is expected to testify. Bill Rakoff CBS news at. US district court in Alexandria Virginia a federal judge blocking taxes company. From publishing online blueprints which could, be downloaded and used to make guns with a three d. printer. Eight democratic, attorneys general had filed a lawsuit yesterday among them Washington state's Bob Ferguson that means that for any entity or individual to host that information online is illegal under federal law, just as it was before the federal government made the unfortunate decision to allow Cody Wilson and, his company defense distributed had reached a settlement with the federal government on the issue last month and planned a. Formal release of the blueprints this week, debate is over The law settled there is. No question these agents can fight about. It but the guns are downloadable the files. Are in the public domain you cannot take them back you can adjust your politics to this. Reality you will not ask me to adjust my blueprints. Uploaded early on Friday have already been downloaded by over two thousand people Minnesota's attorney. General Lori Swanson announcing that she to plans to sue to keep the three d. blueprints off line fire crews are using every resource available to battle, unprecedented, statewide fires in California knocking down the flames remains a top priority but so is getting people to save for ground that according to Cal, fire battalion chief Ross Fowler whose now charged with getting, called the Mendocino complex..
What else you need to know about the Paul Manafort trial
"Com Paul Manafort trial this special counsels I case before a jury wildfire toll in. Northern California as far as you could see the Reuss nothing but foundations For a gun Americans have taxes estate unquestionably on a three d. printer if there. Were a terrorist and criminal rights organization they'd be cheering today This is the CBS world news roundup presented by indeed. Dot com good morning, I'm Steve cave in the first trial from special counsel Robert Muller's Russia. Investigation gets underway in, just a couple of hours former. Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort faces charges of tax, evasion and Bank fraud We're live with CBS's Steven Portnoy The trial in Alexandria Virginia. Just outside DC involves the work Paul Manafort date in the years, before he joined the Trump campaign the special counsel's office alleges. A lobbyist, for pro Russian forces in Ukraine Manafort hid millions of dollars from the IRS and that he defrauded banks to obtain millions more his former deputy Rick Cates will be. The prosecution's key witness against him a separate case here in Washington. Is due to begin in September prosecutors will allege Manafort illegally acted as a foreign agent on behalf. Of his pro Russian Ukrainian, clients since his indictment last year the White House has tried to distance itself from the president's former campaign chair describing Paul Manafort as a man who only worked for Mr. Trump. For a short period of time he ran the campaign during several pivotal months and attended the infamous Trump. Tower, meeting with the Russian lawyer, Steve not a northern California CBS's Steve Futterman. Has the latest on destructive wildfire Fires the largest and most destructive is here in. Redding California the car fires far you could see there was nothing but foundations nothing but foundation pilot. Dave split-off saw the damage, from above for him it was also personal he lost his home fire crews are making progress the car fire is now around twenty five percent contained but to the west the. Mendocino complex fire is now burning thousands of residents there have been told to leave their homes not everyone. Is, leaving wrong as I can, defend it I will visit all I got It. Will be another long day fighting fires Steve Futterman CBS news. Reading California the federal agency that helps people affected by fires and floods and other, disasters is dealing with a scandal CBS Jeff peg as says the former head of FEMA 's personnel office Korey Coleman is accused of creating, a toxic work environment, investigators say he harassed, women and. Even hired some women, as potential sexual partners for male employees in his capacity, is famous chief component. Human capital officer he is suspected of transferring, some of the women. He hired in out of departments so his friends. Could try to have. Sexual relationships with them. Coleman is also accused of. Having sexual encounters with two subordinate the Washington Post says, American intelligence has detected, North Korea is building new missiles had factory where the. First ones capable of reaching the US were, put together reporter Don Kirk in Seoul South Korean military. Doubts very much if he's following Through on denuclearization they think North Korea is still interested in improving its missiles in developing. Them so that a nuclear warhead Camby attached, to them, and they, can go, to distant target President Trump is indicated he'd be willing to. Meet with Iran's president anytime they want to and without preconditions so I, believe in meeting I would certainly meet with. Iran if they wanted to meet I don't know that. They're ready yet to have it hard time right now the president has mixed it up with Iran recently on Twitter and a US has moved to. Exit the Iran nuclear deal it's not clear whether Iran's Hassan Ruhani has any interest. In meeting with Mr. Trump published reports say the administration is. Considering a one hundred billion dollar capital gains tax cuts such a move would bypass, congress and helped the wealthiest Americans business analyst Jill Schlesinger the idea of indexing capital gains to inflation would reduce government revenue by about one, hundred two billion dollars, and eighty six percent, of the. Benefits would go The top one percent of tax payers four minutes after the hour are you hiring with. Indeed you..
EPA will enforce 'glider truck' limits after states sue
"They spent all that effort. On these homes. CBS news update I'm Steve Kaethe on WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty. WCBS news time twelve thirty Thirty two les Moonves has one of, the most, powerful men in Hollywood. Is being accused of unwanted kissing and touching. Details aren't yet known the New Yorker is. Set to publish the story about the CBS chairman later this afternoon moon Bez has been. Married to CBS personality Julie Chen since two thousand, and four most of the allegations go. Back more than twenty years President Trump is patting himself, on, the. Back after the US economy surged in the second quarter. Details from CBS news correspondent Steven Portnoy ailing the best quarterly growth rate in four years President Trump said America is winning again we've accomplished, an economic turnaround of historic proportions in remarks on the South Lawn The president said the. Four point one, percent GDP growth, is due to his tax cuts and tariffs as the trade deals come in one by one we're going to go a lot higher than these numbers and these are. Great numbers he. Didn't mention another figure his own White House reported this month. A project Trillion dollar budget deficit in. Two thousand nineteen Steven Portnoy CBS news the White House the remains of dozens of soldiers, killed in the Korean war will soon be. Flown to the United States reporter Don. Kirk in South Korea they're going to be transferred to. Air base in South Korea from there they get flown to a y. airbase where they will be examined forensically chairman exactly uh oh they might be some of them. May be Korean, South Korean or, North Korean some. Of, the may soldiers from allied country the move was one of the agreements made. By President Trump and Kim Jong, UN during their summit last month combat in Korea ended sixty five years ago the Trump administration says over eighteen hundred, children at least five years old have been reunited with, their parents federal officials say. They are on track to reunite all eligible parents in ice custody. By tonight Kris Jenkins is with the department of health and. Human services he says, not all of these separations are, result of the Trump administration zero tolerance policy children. We are focusing on, have been separated. At any point not just from any given policy many of those were separated for 'cause well before any of, the recent policy changes went, into effect however hundreds of parents have already been deported without their children, Lee Gallard is with the ACLU he says they will be in court today, over. The, issue, court we will pay that the government has to, find these parents a deported. Without their kids and to other parents were. There not reuniting because of minor criminal conviction WCBS news time twelve thirty four the EPA has rescinded. A memo. That stated that the agency wouldn't enforce regulatory. Limits on the sales of certain trucks with old engines the organization issued the memo on former head Scott Pruitt's last, day before he resigned the so-called glider trucks which are trucks with new bodies but Old engines don't meet stricter pollution standards environmental groups, called them super. Polluting trucks in a tweet Acting New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood calls the move a win. For the environment our sin is the likely, cause of deadly fires in Greece CBS news correspondent Larry. Miller, has the latest authorities investigating fires that killed more than. Eighty two people in a region. East of, Athens say could be our Sunday site satellite map showing. Thirteen fires broke out at the same time experts say building too many homes next to woodland and a lack of access routes contributed to the tragedy identifying the dead is proving, difficult, and official. Says the fires were so intense most bodies were completely carbonized Larry Miller CBS news on Wall Street the Dow is down forty six..
Long time Trump-lawyer who met Trump Jr. tied to Russian officials
"Hour sponsored by Liberty Mutual. Insurance I'm Pam Coulter North Korea, has lived up to its pledge to return the remains of US, soldiers, killed. In the Korean. War a report in South Korea says a US transport plane carrying the remains has, arrived in South Korea reporter Don Kirk. Has more it's been sixty five years since American North Korean and Chinese general signed the truce ending the Korean war on July twenty. Seventh one thousand nine, hundred fifty three and the North Koreans are transferring the remains of. About fifty Americans missing from the Korean war the White House says a formal repatriation ceremony will be held at Osan airbase on August I more. Than seven. Hundred children remain. Separated from their immigrant parents while the government claims more than eighteen hundred have been reunited with, their families CBS Maria Al has more the ACLU is asking that federal judge to set a new deadline August I for more information on the reunifications. Which would hold the government's feet, to the fire late this afternoon the department of Justice confirmed that, they, will, have reunified all. Eligible families by the end of the day again eligible being the key word here, CBS news has learned longtime Trump lawyer. And fixer Michael Cohen with no corroborating evidence is prepared to tell the Russia's special counsel that President Trump knew about the Trump Tower. Meeting with Russians in, advance having gotten a heads up from his son Don Jr. Trump. Lawyer Rudy Giuliani told CNN is Chris Cuomo Cohen has a credibility problem over this in great detail I've talked to the corroborating witnesses this guy. Is walking. Into a trap. But you've talked to the other people that were in the room Months.
Some heat relief forecast as California fires rage
"Cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm sam litzinger there's been no diplomatic break but talks between secretary of state mike pompeo north korean officials seem to have hit a snag the north accusers the us have making what it calls gangster like demands on its nuclear program reporter don kirk in seoul the failure of secretary pompeo to meet with kim jong un is a severe disappointment there have been expectations that kim jong un would be seeing dumbbell he saw on his two previous visits both of them before the summit and it was expected that he would probably see him on this visit the first talks between the high level us officials and north korean since the summit and pump house he's conversations you've been productive conducted in good faith and that a great deal of progress has been made in some areas in southwestern japan heavy rain is causing deadly flooding at least forty four people have been killed evacuation orders were advisories have been issued for nearly five million people the us led coalition confirms that a us servicemembers been killed in an apparent insider attack in southern afghanistan to other us service members were wounded dry conditions in high temperatures are a bad combination in many parts of the west wildfires are burning thousands of acres cbs news correspondent carter evans tells us about one fire in california this fire east of los angeles force five hundred campers in residents to evacuate the he was so tremendous dislike almost burden me up we'll just right there in the side of the road the governor has now declared a state of emergency here as well firefighters they're trying to put out hotspots today before the wind picks up again fires are also running on the marine corps sprawling camp pendleton base in northern san diego county sometimes trying to help can have unwanted consequences here cbs news correspondent stephan kaufman twentyone people in weld canty colorado are undergoing a series of rabies vaccinations after a woman took an abandoned baby raccoon into her home the raccoon with frequently held in would climb and lick the exposed individuals rachel freeman is with well county department of public health animals especially look cute but many of them can carry diseases like rabies you just never know stephan kaufman cbs news denver denver police department says it's launched an internal investigation into the detention of a journalist who refused orders to stop photographing officers susan green editor of the colorado independent says she was handcuffed and put into a patrol car after taking photos of officers standing around a man who is sitting naked on a downtown sidewalk colorado law protects the public's right to record toward the actions of police officers this is cbs news to prevent and relieve muscle cramps in your legs and feet use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today at select walgreens cvs and rite aid pharmacies or theraworxrelief dot com more news more often this is wcbs newsradio eight eighty.
Cbs, Colorado and Susan Green discussed on WWL Programming
"Relief i'm sam litzinger there's been no diplomatic break but talks between secretary of state mike pompeo north korean officials seem to have hit a snag the north accuses the us of making what it calls gangster like demands on its nuclear program reporter don kirk in seoul the failure of secretary pompeo to meet with kim jong un is a severe disappointment there have been expectations that kim jong un would be seeing bump bail he saw on his two previous visits both of them before the summit and it was expected that he would probably see him on this visit the first talks between high level us officials and north korea and since the summit and pump house he's been productive conducted in good faith and that a great deal of progress has been made in some areas in southwestern japan heavy rain is causing deadly flooding at least forty four people have been killed evacuation orders were advisories have been issued for nearly five million people the us led coalition confirms that a us servicemembers been killed in the parent insider attack in southern afghanistan to other us service members were wounded dry conditions high temperatures are bad combination in many parts of the west wildfires are burning thousands of acres cbs news correspondent carter evans tells us about one fire in california california's fire east of los angeles force five hundred campers in residents to evacuate tremendous it was it was dislike almost burden gap because we'll just right there on the side of the road the governor has now declared a state of emergency here as well firefighters they're trying to put out hotspots today before the wind picks up again fires are also burning on the marine corps sprawling camp pendleton base in northern san diego county sometimes trying to help can have unwanted consequences cbs news correspondent stephan kaufman twentyone people in well kathy colorado are undergoing a series of rabies vaccinations after a woman took an abandoned baby raccoon into her home the raccoon with frequently held in would climb and lick the exposed individuals rachel freeman is with well county department of public health especially look cute but many of them can carry diseases like rabies you just never know stephan kaufman cbs news denver denver's police department says it's launched an internal investigation into the detention of a journalist who refused orders to stop photographing officers susan green editor of the colorado independence as she was handcuffed and put into a patrol car after taking photos of officers standing around a man who was sitting naked on a downtown sidewalk colorado law protects the public's right to record the actions of police officers this is cbs news.
"don kirk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stops wbz news time three o'clock we've got seventy eight degrees beautiful sunshine in boston headed down to sixty in the city tonight and fifty two in the suburbs traffic weather together coming up i'm gar gopi and wbz news our top story at this hour north korea says high level talks with the us delegation led by secretary of state mike pompeo were regrettable that officials are accusing washington of trying to unilaterally pressure the pyongyang regime into abandoning its nukes this comes hours after pompeo wrapped up two days of talks with senior north korean officials without meeting with leader kim jong un but with commitments for new discussions on nuclearization and pompeo says he thinks the talks went well cbs's don kirk in seoul talks about the implications the failure of secretary pompeo to meet with kim jong un is a severe disappointment there have been expectations that kim jong un would be seeing dumbbell he saw on his two previous visits both of them before the summit and it was expected that he would probably see him on this visit the first talks between the high level officials and north korean since the summit pompeo says again he thought the talks went well he's now in tokyo to discuss coordination over north korea's dean nuclear ization with japan and south korea the trump administration is asking for more time from a federal court to reunite families separated at the border in the past few weeks the court has set strict time limits for reuniting families abc's kyra phillips says the administration claims parents and children have spoken to each other told that every parent in custody was given the opportunity to talk to their kids and that that deadline was met as for the other deadlines for actually reuniting the families the judges giving the trump administration twenty four hours now to give the court the names of the children under five and exactly where their parents are meantime the army appears to be changing signals on a program in which immigrant reservists and recruits enlisted with the hope of new path to citizenship immigration lawyers say they know of more than forty people who've been discharged or who status has become questionable some of the service members say they were not told why they were being booted out and there's no comment from the pentagon we're learning more about whether president trump will speak with special counsel robert muller about the russia investigation the new york times reports the president's lawyer rudy giuliani told muller the president will only speak if there's evidence mr trump may have committed a crime abc news political commentator cokie roberts says this is a major shift in strategy here is a public relations ploy which has been going on now for months the president almost daily tweet something about the witch hunt and he is succeeding in driving down public opinion favorability toward mahler in another development the associated press has obtained a year old confidential memo from president trump's legal team to a special counsel muller trying to discredit james comey the man the president fired as fbi director the memo unleashes a blistering attack on komi casting him as dishonest self serving and quote unbounded by law and regulation coming up on wbz economists are sounding more dire about the escalating trade war between the us and china wbz news.
"don kirk" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Eight eighty one o'clock this is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm bill rakoff north korea is calling talks with the us disappointing and regrettable after secretary of state mike pompeo said the progress was being made on all fronts those talks to be as as don kirk in seoul says the north statement pulled the credibility rug out from under pompeii owes claim victory statement really pours cold water on the expressions of progress uttered by secretary pao's he was leaving young young and again when he arrived in japan after overnight talks with the north koreans i yesterday and then again today foreign policy expert matthew chronic thanks to north koreans really didn't have any intentions of getting rid of their nuclear program guessing in these meetings with pompeii over the past few days he made it very clear that the united states is serious and we want to see real concrete progress toward denuclearization so some of the north koreans hopes there may have been may have been dashed there's been no comment tweet or otherwise from the white house over north korea's dismissal of those talks in chicago protesters have blocked a major expressway they are participating in an antiviolence march hoping to draw attention to gun violence in that city activity wrapping up at the site in thailand where members of a youth soccer team and their coach remained trapped inside that flooded cave cbs has ben tracy on the scene last night to the head of the rescue mission here came out and said we think it's still dangerous to do it the boys aren't ready to week they need to learn how to use the.
Reporter, President and Nuclearfree discussed on KNX Programming
"Battling destructive flames in three southern california counties plus there's a big protest against gun violence underway right now in chicago and north korea says the latest high level talks with the us didn't go well those stories coming up right after cbs news covers the world it's cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm bill rakoff north korea says in a statement that talks between their foreign minister and secretary of state mike pompeo were really disappointing and that the us attitude towards young yang was regrettable cbs don kirk has more from seoul south korea's response comes as a severe disappointment after secretary of state mike pompeo's overnight visit there he had six hours of talks with kim yong chill their chief negotiator on this whole issue and he claimed progress but north korea has promptly pour cold water over that claim university of virginia political analyst larry sabato says via skype that the trump administration's claims of a nuclearfree north korea were always overstated the whole agreement was supposedly from the american side that there will be complete verifiable irreversible denuclearization the north koreans were never going to buy into that and they have not so far no comment from the state department or the administration on north korea's dismissal of those talks president trump says in his weekly address that his pick for the supreme court will be a strict originalist in choosing justice kennedy's replacement my greatest responsibility is to select a justice who will faithfully interpret the constitution as written cbs news we'll have live coverage of the announcement of mr trump's choice for supreme court justice at nine pm monday on many of these stations chicago protesters are partially shutting down a major highway today over gun violence in that city wbz 'em reporter michelle fiore as their chanting shut it down a crowd about thousand people d on the side of the road on the highway uniformed police are the barrier between the protesters and cars whizzing by drought conditions in western states creating dangerous wildfire.
Millions in the West are dealing with rapidly-spreading wildfires
"The man walking eastbound on the sidewalk who they knew was wanted for domestic robbery involving a firearm the officers made a uturn and the suspect started to run police commissioner james o'neill says during a foot chase three three year old kelvin stickle who has a prior arrest for salting and nypd officer fired six shots at the detectives striking one in the leg the other officers returned fire striking stickle in the er stick with forty five caliber handgun was recovered at the scene at king county hospital marla diamond wcbs newsradio eight eighty it'll be a working weekend for president trump he plans to narrow down his list of supreme court candidates from three to one and then on monday night he'll announce his decision from the white house cbs washington correspondent paula reid with the look at what the president is looking for in his pick traditionally you look at this point if you've narrowed it down to three or four people ultimately to credentials are all going to be very similar the ideology will be quite similar me for anything that could be a roadblock in terms of their confirmation any sort of scandal the lack of his administration needs right now as someone who has a personal or professional scandal the president plans to name a replacement to retiring justice anthony kennedy again on monday night the president is headed across the pond next week he'll visit the queen at windsor castle spend time at prime minister theresa may's country retreat he'll have dinner at a palace but what he won't do is spend time in london that's because antitrump protesters are expected to take to the streets while he's there he wants none of it then stead the president will spend the weekend in scotland where he owns two golf courses after his trip in the uk he'll head to finland where he's expected to sit down with russian president vladimir putin now back in the uk british police searched a homeless shelter looking for a deadly nerve agent the same one left a couple hospitalized homeless hostel that housed on sturgis one of the victims of the latest novacek poisoning was evacuated and police in has matt suits are searching the facility looking for the nerve agent that contaminated sturgis enter partner charlie rowley the substance use to attack a former russian spy and his daughter in march a friend of rowley says he was a scavenger who go through trash to find items to sell that's one theory about about how the couple became contaminated larry miller cbs news london secretary of state mike pompeo spending some time in north korea obviously the talk to were courteous but it doesn't seem that they've come to a substantive agreement that they're likely to come to a really substantive agreement there is however talk about returning the remains of gi's reported missing in the korean war president trump said more than two weeks ago that two hundred remains have been returned that turned out not to be true that was premature that's don kirk reporting from seoul millions of people out west have been dealing with dangerous heat record temperatures that have been helping spread wildfires cbs correspond correspondent carter evans with more in northern california near the oregon border officials say a fast moving wildfire there has now claimed the life but they offered no other details at least a dozen homes have been destroyed the dry erotic wins have plagued the west for weeks now it's the oppressive heat which costs thousands to flock to one of the only places they could find refuge the beach as of right now nearly forty large fires are burning.
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"Limits reduced to twenty miles per hour during school hours student michael lynch was struck and killed while walking to school on cooper out last year alexa olson newsradio eleven eighty a rochester man who was convicted in the brutal killing of his girlfriend is scheduled to be sentenced this morning ll macphail was convicted of second degree murder trial in may he was accused of using a crowbar to beat siree tonight to death while she slept at their apartment on bernard street back on december eighth police found nights body after getting a call from a concerned citizen from outside the state newsradio wam eleven eighty time five five your next check of traffic and weather on the tens in less than five minutes president trump and his advisors have been talking about his upcoming supreme court nominee expected to be announced one week from today the white house is considering up to seven potential candidates and cbs news correspondent errol barnett has more i think we're going to support from democrats in an interview sunday president trump voice confidence that has yet to be announced supreme court nominee will be confirmed soon i see finds a replacement for retiring justice anthony kennedy has been a swing vote on critical issues like abortion republicans want seat that judge by the full those who evacuated after the devastating hurricane last year in puerto rico orlando remain longer in their temporary housing in the united states a federal judge in massachusetts is blocking the evictions of almost two thousand puerto rican citizens who've been staying in hotels across the united states ever since hurricane maria hit the us commonwealth months ago federal government vouchers were about to expire over the weekend before the judge intervened giving those folks a few more days to stay put fema is not allowed to end the transitional sheltering assistance program which pays for the housing until at least midnight tuesday now more than three hundred displaced households are currently staying in massachusetts alone ken fox news preparations are underway in north korea ahead of secretary of state mike pompeo's upcoming visit reporter don kirk says it's the first official follow up to the recent singapore summit top us negotiators soon kim again met a high ranking north korean at the truce village of panmunjom reportedly preparing for secretary of state mike pompeo to go to pyongyang this week in hopes of getting the north to start making good on pledges for denuclearization in washington national security adviser john bolton on cbs is face the nation said north korea could get rid of its nukes in a year memorial services for the victims of the mass shooting at a maryland newsroom will start today a memorial service will be held monday for rob hi anson who.
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"Protesters' continued to protest in pittsburgh today calling for justice in the aftermath of the shooting of a black teenager earlier this week seventeen year old antoine rose was shot and killed on tuesday by east of pittsburgh police officer as he ran from a vehicle after it was stopped by police they were searching for a suspect in an earlier driveby shooting the officer who fatally shot rose michael rosenfield has been had been sworn in just hours before the shooting but he had been working at the police department or two or three weeks a queens man fatally stabbed friday night outside his home in what police are investigating as a domestic dispute which turned violent the victim was seventy he was renting a room in queens village home they found a knife nearby remains of a hundred soldiers american soldiers killed in the korean war now a step closer to home we get details from reporter don kirk the us commander in korea is waiting to remains of at least one hundred soldiers missing in the korean war command spokesman colonel chad charro says one hundred wooden coffins at been moved to the joint security area on the north south korean line at panmunjom and the flags of the un command including you as an allied forces are flying overhead an honor guard is to receive them before they're transferred to ozone air base and flown to hawaii that is reporter don kirk.
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"The latest news traffic and weather just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio south korea media is reporting that the you was a sending hundreds of caskets to north korea today for the remains of missing us soldiers from the korean war cbs news correspondent don kirk in seoul with more details us command in korea is awaiting word on the return of the remains of at least two hundred american soldiers missing from the korean war so yonhap news agency quotes a south korean official saying the us is sending two hundred and fifteen ask it's to retrieve them from the north koreans at the truce village of john a us spokesman told me an honor guard would salute them as they crossed the north south line and the coffins will remain in palm jam until north korea gives the okay to cross the border cambodian police arrest five people for selling surrogate services that non penn chief of police there says they rescued at least thirty three pregnant surrogate and also arrested ringleaders during a raid on a house under surveillance cambodia banned commercial surrogacy two years ago after becoming a very popular destination for would be parents seeking women to give birth to their children in north carolina a man overdoses and accidentally kills his dog as well police in wilmington say a man was found dead inside his car along with his dog he died of an overdose but his massive died of apparent extreme heat exposure when he could not escape vehicle that vehicle is believed to.
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"News time eight thirty four and now the four day wbz accuweather forecast here's accuweather meteorologist steve travis cloudy and cool today with showers most widespread in the afternoon high up to sixty four mostly cloudy tonight with a few showers and perhaps a thunderstorm in spots low fifty nine tomorrow partly sunny warmer and more humid with a couple of afternoon showers and thunderstorms high seventy three near the water to seventynine inland monday sunshine and some clouds breezy and cooler with a high of seventy mostly sunny nice on tuesday high up to seventy five i'm accuweather meteorologist steve travis wbz newsradio ten thirty right now mostly cloudy sixty four in boston south korean media is reporting that the us is sending hundreds of caskets to north korea today for the remains of missing us soldiers from the korean war cbs don kirk the us command korea is awaiting word on the return of the remains of at least two hundred american soldiers missing from the korean war souls yonhap news agency quotes a south korean official saying the us is sending two hundred and fifteen caskets to retrieve them from the north koreans at the truce village of panmunjom us spokesman told me an honor guard would salute them as they crossed the north south line and the coffins will remain in palm john until north korea gives the green light across the border wbz news time eight thirty six in just about two minutes we'll bring you business news from bloomberg wbz radio in.
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"Karem sara you're parent don't you have any empathy for what these people are going to have less god syria i'm trying to be serious but i'm not going to have you get a lot of firms jill please law in the have these people have nothing ran i know you want to get some more tv go ahead jill honestly it's a serious question these people have nothing they come to the border with any children in your feerick children don't you have any empathy but they go through chill sarah sanders challenged thereby brian carrim who's executive editor for central newspapers and white house correspondent for playboy attorney general jeff sessions also cited the bible in his defensive of border policy that has resulted in hundreds of children being separated from their parents seven forty seven and south korean officials are still trying to digest the news this week that the us will suspend military exercises in the korean peninsular and reporter don kirk has more from seoul the government would like to appear conciliatory toward north korea there's an instinct in the blue house president moon jaein is said well certainly that's a possibility that we have to talk about and have to consider at the same time they're also forces within career notably in the armed forces the korean armed forces who were reluctant to go along with demands for decrease in exercises or withdrawal of us troops north korea has said that the exercises over hersal for an.
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"A sign of the enormous potential to accomplish something that will benefit both of our peoples and the entire secretary of state mike pompeo closer to a face to face president trump and north korea's kim kim jong un preparing for their summit in singapore and joining us from singapore correspondent don kirk gone a busy day in advance of the official sit down right especially for the two principals president trump warming up for whatever he's going to say to kim jong un undoubtedly kim jong un equally prepared to face president trump we got some insights from secretary of state palm peyot who said that president trump isn't yielding on anything that sanctions will remain in place until north korea really shows clear signs of denuclearization that they got to denuclearize all the way get rid of all their weapons of mass destruction including nukes and bio and chemical weapons on pay talked pretty tough but he also seemed quite optimistic that they'll be able to come to some kind of understanding tomorrow and much anticipation done is we look for body language during the first photo op right that that'll be interesting when we see how those degreed each other covering the big story in singapore cbs news correspondent don kirk with this on reporter's roundup thank you etienne's alight were reasonable but we also will not be pushed around canada's prime minister picking up the pieces the difficult g seven summit in quebec here resulting in more questions than answers president trump tweeted that he instructed representatives to not sign a communique between the g seven nations after the canadian prime minister justin trudeau announced all countries agreed to it covering the story correspondent joe subject can go president trump told his people not to sign that communique this is a communique i understand it was crafted by the us us participated in the crafting of the communicated that was going to be a big issue going into the summit whether or not the us and all the other members of the g seven would be able to agree on something and it's unprecedented for the us due to leave for the president to leave and then suddenly switch gears and demand that his aides do not sign it or put the us importer on it they falling behind the canadian prime minister generally speaking.
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"They may be picking their shots we'll have to see hey peter good call thank you for listening in and hey call again all right good night take care coming up on four thirty one here at wbz newsradio ten thirty to get a couple of minutes before we do that and then we'll do have a our last two news in where the break of the hour just a couple more things i wanted to include and then we will move on but in that that article from at salon talking about the school shooting system all the killings share two things committed by boys young men and they've committed with firearms the shootings at columbine you several different firearms between on the discharge to shotguns they go into detail about the number of firearms a quantity of ammunition used by these school shooters comparable to it even exceeded what is carried by infantry soldiers in combat somehow that just seems wrong take a break for news oh continue the conversation here at wbz we're gonna move onto some lighter things after the break stay with us cbs news update president trump and top aides meet at camp david today to start final preparations for the trump kim summit we're going to be june twelfth we'll be in singapore it'll be a beginning i don't say and i've never said it happens in one meeting you talking about years of hostility years of problems a really hatred between so many different nations but i think you're going to have a very positive results president says they could negotiate an end to the state of war on the korean peninsula but that might mean pulling us troops out of the south don kirk in seoul says that won't be on the tape defense secretary jim mattis says the issue of the twenty eight thousand five hundred us troops in south korea will not be up for discussion when president trump meets north korea's leader kim jong un in singapore on june twelfth mattis at a forum on regional security in singapore so bluntly that's not on the table nor should it.
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"Shoot at people who are unable to defend themselves and as soon as the police arrive they either give up other than commit suicide than very rarely are they going to get into a real shootout with with the police or anybody who can really hurt them in turn so you know donnie makes a good point the the going after week people and and that i think also speaks to the psychological states so this falls right into what we may say is the clinical definitions of of cowards bullies right if anyone stands up to them they cave right access would typically have so there's a fascinating composite there at least focusing on the school shootings now in the time that we have left i promise i wouldn't keep you after to terry and i i will not open the time that we've left we'll move into some of the things that are going on the news but in focusing just on these school shootings now we've come up with some some fascinating composites what is it that makes this country unique about this why is it not happening in private and parochial schools it'll be a beginning i don't say and i've never said it happens in one meeting talking about years of hostility years of problems here's a really hatred between so many different nations but i think you're gonna have a very positive result the president will be huddling with his top advisors this weekend work on the game plan for the summit don kirk in seoul says one thing that won't be on the bargaining table defense secretary jim mattis says the issue of the twenty eight thousand five hundred us troops in south korea will not be up for discussion when president trump meets north korea's leader kim jong un in singapore on june twelfth mattis at a forum on regional security in singapore said bluntly that's not on the table nor should it.
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"And the accuweather forecast from the family heating cooling and electrical weather center the rest of the day will turn out mostly cloudy there'll be a couple of showers especially this afternoon the high getting up to sixty three mainly cloudy turning colder with a couple of showers low oh down to forty one downtown but dropping into the thirties in the northern suburbs there could be some snow showers in the mix up north tomorrow breezy and seasonably chilly with mainly cloudy skies high just forty nine better sunday with mainly sunny skies hang fiftyseven monday mostly sunny warming up to sixty eight upper seventies with sunshine tuesday and near eighty on wednesday i'm accuweather meteorologist ww jane newsradio nine fifty and once again we're looking at mostly sunny skies now sixty one degrees at detroit metro airport on newsradio nine fifty w w good morning i'm jacky page and these are the top stories we're following at eleven twenty the leaders of north and south korea have announced their intent to end the korean war and denuclearized korean peninsula reporter don kirk has more on the declaration from president moon jae in and leader kim jong un also expressed their support for denuclearization in a very general term there's going to be questions raised about how how are you gonna go about denuclearization and we'll give ever really go along with inspections and willie really be willing to reduce or if not eliminate his nuclear arsenal the korea's historic summit also may be remembered as much for the side of the two leaders holding each other's hands after kim walked over to the border to greet moon closing arguments are scheduled for next tuesday in the trial of a man accused of running over and killing five bicyclists near kalamazoo kalamazoo county prosecutors rested their case yesterday after calling witnesses who testified charles pick a junior took pills and was dr a radically shortly before he crashed into a group of bikers pickets attorney called no witnesses after closing arguments and instructions jurors will likely begin deliberations on tuesday injured military veterans in need of a smart home to meet their new physical challenges will be honored on saturday wwe's laura alex planes rich latex marketing director at gmc says the sixth annual honoring our heroes galahad motor city casino hotel tomorrow we'll fund smart homes at the gala we're going to honor for veterans that are in line to.
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"If so what did you see the best picture nominations call me by your name now let me tell you about call me by your name and a time where we are exposing it's a great way of describing it exposing abuse in hollywood and beyond powerful people sexually harassing an abusing others including uh men abusing and harassing intimidating male models and we had of course the actors uh you know the to quarries feldman in heym and what was said about uh by corey feldman about what happened to his friend and himself when they were little boys member they did the gruny's and all those other movies the film that is among the best picture um nods is call me by your name witches a film that celebrates a 20something gay man having a sexual relationship with a seventeen yearold minor to love story okay then will we're condemning child's and teen abuse while we're celebrating it at the oscars i don't understand that how are you celebrating this if it's so taboo and yet this is where this is where hollywood is today and we'll tell you about a story from sundance film festival in a few moments as well which is another horror show of a movie uh but shape of water again a film that i didn't say i don't know how many of you saw did you see it taylor i'd say entities found i say i don't seen any of that i just got sea lion like last week and that's from last year so lion eerily out of us i don kirk dunkirk in darkest hour the only wants us up phantom thread the post which.
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"Chenevey president trump said he planned to have all of the more than three thousand secret files on the john f kennedy assassination released to the public many of them dating to the 1963 murder in dallas a win the national archives began its document dump last night just twenty eight hundred files were in the pipeline cbs's chip reid after we waited all day the white house announced that many of the documents will remain secret for now subject to further review over the next six months why while we're told that numerous agencies including the cia and the fbi have lodged a protest against releasing certain documents that they claim could endanger national security or law enforcement operation the president has set aside six months for a review of the documents and their potential security threat defense secretary james mattis is in south korea where he promised the us will be standing by in support of its longtime ally in the face of north korea's nuclear aggressions north korean provocation continue to threaten regional and world peace and despite the unanimous condemnation by the united nations security council they still proceeds cbs's don kirk in seoul today you went after the demilitarized zone between south and north korea to take a look across the line at north korea it has a lot of symbolic value secretary mattis uh standing beside the south korean defense minister song you'll mu said we stand shoulder to shoulder with you and he denounced north korea as an oppressive regime that shackled its people president trump has declared opioid abuse to be a national public health hazard correspondent major garrett in his speech mr trump talked about addiction in personal terms of you cited his brother fred who died it had forty three of alcoholism and he would tell me don't drink don't drink he was substantially older and i listen to them shifting away that our society thinks about this disease gary mandel son brian committed suicide after years of struggling with addiction what he spoke about because a great first step in reducing the shame and stigma that goes along with this disease but i want to emphasize first them it's not one speech one remark john ca poor the founder of the insists therapeutics was arrested yesterday's accused of bribing doctors and pharmacists too widely prescribed is companies opioid painkiller to patients who just didn't need it cbs's pat milton poor company iin terni brian carey made it initial court appearance you us.
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"About the bell cbs's naji quarter says mccain will vote 'no because the plan has no bipartisan support on me king saying he could not quote in good conscience vote for the grand tacitly proposal i believe we can do better working together republicans and democrats republicans were hoping mccain's close friendship with one of the bill's authors would sway him this time but this latest gop repeal effort has been just as rushed as past attempt there's late word from china of a three point four magnitude earthquake in north korea seismic experts call that a suspected explosion previous quakes have been an indicator of nuclear tests in the north that quake has been confirmed by the us geological survey china also says it's limiting the amount of oil and other energy products attends to the north cbs's don kirk and seoul china's cutting down exports to north korea under un sanctions of some but not all vital products need into power is impoverished economy the chinese commerce ministry said it's banning expo ford's to the north of liquefied natural gas as well as refined petroleum but well keep on pumping in crude oil almost all of which north korea gifts from china female the army corps of engineers are among federal agencies tried to help where to rico get back on its feet after hurricane maria but there is a new crisis your cbs's anthony mason power is out roads are blocked cell phone towers are down streets flooded and now a damn navy failing threatening another catastrophe officials are scrambling to evacuate seventy thousand people downstream there's still searching for survivors following the mexico city earthquake and rescue crews your head some luck hector montiel spin helping dig through the rubble we found nanny or a mother we that baby on underarms she was on her belly protecting her baby four days after the quake nearly three hundred people are confirmed dead in alabama last night president trump used the words that go with the acronym s o b in describing nfl players who don't stand for the national anthem saying owners should dumped them you know it's hurting the game more than that when people like yourselves turn on television and you see those people taking the knee when they're playing our great national anthem several players have refused to stand during the.
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"The north right everyone a good with that reality doesn't really know what i really think they're going to be fiery vshaped out view the bat however if the us jobs greer gauge of we have to strike on north korea to knock out some of their nuclear and missile versatility then the north koreans could open fire not would go midfielder or certainly not with nuclear weapon leggett fired the conventional artillery pieces all the greater goal area uh we did range of north korea have reached out greer fifty million people living in the northern of of of south korea the degrade port city of inchon and under cold and the surrounding suburbs in town for twenty five million people live within artillery range of her career well if they're of firing were ever to take place at day tens of thousands what may be millions of people would die down it certainly possible and even if they just fired a few round they would stir up a mass panic yup millions of people will be going highway trying to get out of year tried to go show it wouldn't dig worthy nerd a couple of artillery shot you're you're scared of algeria's out of millions of people right now uh north korea is not doing that and is not expected to do that they did fire a few years ago they give fire from our jewelry route one i won uh off of in john uh that island was very quoted north korea axios up now while a good quirot oh several run number of rao good about all of a joke what people do drive grand marine and coogan contractors there was a tremendous is uh i do that kind of thing again by uh by the way we're drought dreary retaliate and if i fear retaliatory what deadwood north korea do that those are the big question all right stay safe always good picking your brain there in seoul south korea we appreciated as the veteran correspondent and noted author don kirk stay well and a safe there them i here as we find out some of the other news it's been going on since you all went to sleep last night seven sixty wjr news our metal land removed wjr news time 637 currently 62 degrees hurricane jose is moving northwest and located south of.
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"German to the book order the greater baton rouge red cross does ray lemoyne says donating money is the easiest way to give because the red cross can then buy in bulk they feed they shelter they bring comfort items and they do it best they have staging areas they know how to get in and they know how to get out they do it every day and the best way to support the aim is to support the monetarily moines says the red cross delivers ninety one cents of every dollar donated to the charity there is more attention today on the korean peninsula cbs news update as tensions climb on the korean peninsula south korea conducts another set of practice drills reporter don kirk in seoul south korean warships have been blasting them majid buried targets off korea's east coast another massive show of force in the wake of north korea's sixth nuclear test one says gril destroyer forward guided missiles a reminder of how the south and the us might retaliate against north three is nuclear threat despite strained relations president trump has put in a call to south korea's presidents that phone call last night with told the president trump agreed in principle to sell the south koreans more weapons to defend themselves it also agreed to make those weapons more powerful the disease robin brandt and assigned young jiang might be ready to launch another longrange missile reports from seoul say north korea is moving an icbm into place near it's west coast cbs news update.