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Fresh update on "dot com station" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

Rush Limbaugh

00:30 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "dot com station" discussed on Rush Limbaugh

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California sues over changes in environmental rules, marking state’s 100th lawsuit against Trump administration

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

California sues over changes in environmental rules, marking state’s 100th lawsuit against Trump administration

"California is taking the federal government to court again. This time the state is suing to keep a key environmental law intact. Reporter Craig figure with radio dot com Station K N X. In Los Angeles has more. This latest lawsuit from California, alleging President Trump is trying to roll back the National Environmental Policy Act. It requires research into federal work projects like energy and water development and changes to the use of public land, Deepa and otherwise, if people protections from projects that are going to impact health And their future and how they go forward. State attorney general Heavier Bezerra whether it's climate change or underserved communities, whether it's sensitive and threatened wildlife. This is one of those lawsuits that will prove to Donald Trump once again that he is not above the law. He filed this lawsuit along with Washington state's attorney general and for California and marks the 1/100 time the state has sued The Trump

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"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Radio dot com station this case is a surgeon I'm Carmen Roberts fox news put your mask on that's the order from California governor Newsom as the spread of the coronavirus gains steam again it's a problem affecting several states that re opened for business last month Oklahoma is among at least two dozen states were new coronavirus cases are on the rise including Texas where hospitalizations have spiked more than eighty percent since Memorial Day in California the state department of health now requires mask almost everywhere Arizona is increasing their mask mandates to at the same time a handful of resorts and casinos well now temporarily closed just after re opening following an uptake of cases in that state fox is Casey Steagall analysis of government data shows nursing homes account for nearly one in ten of all the corona virus cases in the U. S. and a staggering twenty five percent of the deaths New York governor Andrew Cuomo's come under fire for state order requiring nursing homes to admit code nineteen patients discharged from hospitals the state's official coronavirus nursing home death count is fifty six hundred number some health experts content could be much higher Cuomo rescinded the order in may fox is Tom or Gotti in college sports the Southeastern Conference is considering barring league championship events in Mississippi unless the state changes its Confederate base to flag and Facebook removes campaign ads by president trump and vice president pence that featured an upside down red triangle that's a symbol once used by **** to designate political prisoners communist another's in concentration camps the company said in a statement the ads which began running Wednesday violated its policy against organized hate ask your Amazon smart speaker to play the news from fox America's listening to fox news right now at Reilly auto parts get up to a fifty dollar gift card after mail in rebate when you purchase select super start batteries hi cranking power and reserve capacity super start batteries provide all the power your vehicle.

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"dot com station" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WRVA

"Radio dot com station but the perception at least is that the justice department is leading us from politics that cannot be you know under president Obama it cannot be whether it's a Republican or Democrat used for politics because in a in a democracy the only thing that can hold a democracy together is people knowing that there is a backstop independent justice and judiciary system because they know what even if we were out of power you know when I was elected I was the first you know we we took the majority of the two years prior to that the Democrats have all lovers but there were riots because people knew that there was still a backstop of independence behind the government when that wall breaks down X. down people's belief in the system of government and that is a long term dangers to the extent any laws were broken you need to go after the hard to protect our system yeah I would think so among the people that did in the last week of the administration Joe Biden cut three I know nothing about those most investigated Michael Flynn number one number two this is all about diversion this is a game this guy plays all the time the country is in crisis for an economic crisis the health crisis then you were reported to be in a January fifth two thousand seventeen meeting where are you in the present were briefed on the F. B. I.'s plan to question Michael Michael Flynn over those conversations he had with the Russian ambassador Kislyak I was going to ask you whether or not I had anything to do with him being prosecuted okay I'm sorry.

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11 firefighters injured in downtown Los Angeles explosion

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

11 firefighters injured in downtown Los Angeles explosion

"Eleven firefighters suffered burns had a massive explosion and fire in downtown Los Angeles last night the Los Angeles fire chief says the firefighters were inside a building in downtown LA investigating reports of smoke in the explosion occurred order P. demo trio with radio dot com station KNX in Los Angeles tells us firefighters had only a few seconds warning before the fireball erupted looking at some video which currently has been put out it shows literally that giant fireball coming out of the front and through the roof of the building and literally this was a fuel air explosion this is something that you get when you have a heavy concentration of flammable gas in the air there's a technician point and then all of a sudden you got a gigantic fireball I

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"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:08 min | 8 months ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Dot com station a positive outlook hi Lisa listen Arraf fox news president trump saying it's been a rough week with the number of deaths from covert nineteen on the rise fund he says numbers are changing and it's changing rapidly and so it will be over that will be over the top they will be headed in the right direction I feel strongly about that some terrible days ahead but we're gonna have some it's a wonderful days ahead and we're going to get this behind us and he says even though most Americans won't be able to attend services this Sunday for Easter things will be back to normal when asked when businesses will be able to re open he said he's working with the medical experts on his team to come up with a plan the centers for disease control and prevention issuing new guidelines for essential workers asked them not to do where they're at work is we want them to stay at home with this they're sick we want them not to share objects that would be touching their face and we would like them not to congregate in break rooms lunch rooms in crowded places CDC director Dr Robert Redfield says frontline workers should take their temperature wear a mask and practice social distancing as for employers he says they should increase the frequency of cleaning common services Senate sick workers home immediately and test the use of face mask to ensure they don't interfere with work flow California is fourth in the country in the number of cases sixteen thousand nine hundred fifty seven individuals that have been tested positive for covert nineteen eleven hundred and fifty four in our icy use that represents a four point two percent increase from the previous day governor Gavin Newsom for under fifty three people in the state have died from covert nineteen New York remains the epicenter of the outbreak in the U. S. with over a hundred fifty thousand cases and over at sixty two hundred debts America is listening to fox news and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary I got the.

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"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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New county jobs program to focus on diversifying film and digital media industry

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:47 sec | 10 months ago

New county jobs program to focus on diversifying film and digital media industry

"LA county supervisors want to boost diversity in the film industry Brian paying reporter with radio dot com station KPNX in Los Angeles explain approved a jobs initiative aimed at getting more people from underrepresented communities to work in Hollywood don't get a lot of opportunities for training but they're hungry for a supervisor she like you'll who put forth a measure tells KNX these people who find themselves shut out of the industry establishment are creating an enormous amount of content on the internet this program she says will act as a bridge it brings a kind of a different sensibility as well I mean I think you've seen with a number of the films that were you have diversity in the people making films show diversity approach a program set to launch this summer will include technical workshops job shadowing and coaching by industry professionals as well as paid internships and

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"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:45 min | 10 months ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Radio dot com station authorities have charged a Philadelphia man with last month's rate in love park I'm Kristin Johannsen president trump says the attempt to remove him from office with people corrupt he should have never happened charter school advocates say they're being short changed in governor wolf budget proposal hi Mike denardo Sixers look to snap a three game losing streak tonight in Milwaukee we have some light rain falling foggy misty forty two degrees trying to get to fifty four this afternoon good afternoon I'm Suzanne Monaghan our top story to a one authorities have charged a Philadelphia ma'am with last month's rape in love park he would open his crime and justice reporter Kristin Johannson has the details detectives say Quintel Campbell followed the forty one year old victim for a while before he attacked on January twenty fifth punching her and then raping her and love park just before five thirty in the morning when we saw him following her to the park it was no one else in the port captain of the special victims unit mark Bergmann says they teamed up with the FBI and set to police and started their investigation right at the spot where the attack happened scouring for surveillance video we track his movements from about eleven o'clock Friday night until about six o'clock Saturday morning we saw that he was pretty much walking around the whole area there so we we we probably looking for victims and it points Bergman says it looked like he was tracking other women when police released a video of the suspect that's when he says the tips came pouring in leading police to the twenty three year old suspect Campbell is now charged with rape aggravated assault and related offenses and is being held in prison on two million dollars bail Kristin Johannsen KYW news radio up next the president basks in victory and slams Democrats for the attempt to remove him.

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"dot com station" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Radio dot com station thirty seven degrees right now in the city some clouds to start the day we'll see some sunshine later on a high of forty three tonight clear cold the low thirty four in the city will see temperatures in the upper twenties across some of the colder outlying areas nine oh three that WCBS religious leaders from all types of backgrounds join together last night in Brooklyn calling for an end to anti semitic attacks there been at least ten attacks in the city with them last week W. CBS reporter Shawn Adams with more from crown heights Christmas Eve crown heights a group of young men passed a twenty three year old Pacific man on the street surveillance video captured the encounter one of the group hit the Jewish man with a collapsible chair and punched him another menaced him with a stick earlier attackers punched a fifty six year old Pacific man in the back of the head and knocked him to the ground Eric Goldstine with the UJA federation suggests that police should go under cover and dress like a city Jews act as decoys he also tells C. B. S. two more needs to be done to address mental illness some assailants have psychiatric problems not to let me go back out on the street who can cause further damage there have been roughly a dozen anti semitic attacks across New York City over the past week and a half John Adams WCBS newsradio eight eighty tens of thousands of orthodox Jews will gather at MetLife stadium today to mark the CM hot sauce the celebrations ma'am the celebration marks the end of a seven and a half year cycle of learning after the Muncie attacks security will be on high alert with over three hundred uniform state police officer said to be on hand an overflow crowd of twenty thousand people expected at the Barclay center over in Brooklyn and through satellite hook ups the event will be beamed to over a hundred sites across the globe the doors at MetLife stadium open at eleven o'clock this morning the program itself was start that one at time square last night tens of thousands hundreds of thousands packed in like sardines to watch the ball drop their force WCBS reporter Kristi caliche some camped out in Times Square.

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"dot com station" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

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"dot com station" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"A radio dot com station from the season lu Han a law firm studio doing doing right this is KDKA radio eighty seven in partly cloudy at eight o'clock I'm Paul Rasmussen an eighteen year old woman is dead shot early this morning in Penn hills KDKA TV is Lindsey ward has details on the police investigation outside planes pub on Frank stone road there checking out a red vehicle you can see there's police tape surrounding that vehicle there also some evidence markers and that is also where police tell us a woman's body was found now Allegheny county police say this happened around two thirty this morning they see a fight in the parking lot is what led to the shooting the victim was found shot in the parking lot but then later died at the hospital at this time police say they have no one in custody and there's no word yet on a suspect either a woman was shot on Christmas Eve in Duquesne that was a drive by shooting near a church the police say the thirty two year old woman was walking along seventh street when someone opened fire from a car around six PM Robert Davis lives in the area he sounded off with KDKA TV I'm just not understanding and no more and tired of seeing a live Karen Hughes we remember T. shirts she was not seriously injured poor air quality again this morning in the clerks in liberty area the department of environmental protection issued a code orange air quality alert yesterday of the elderly children or people with asthma heart and lung disease should limit time outdoors heavy fog all day Tuesday into Wednesday morning resulted in cancellations and diversions of Pittsburgh International over forty five flights were scratched with more than sixty thousand people expected to catch a flight today and tomorrow at the airport you should know the forecast is pretty good partly cloudy today cloudy with a few showers tomorrow in Boston on Christmas day a woman and two young children found lying on a sidewalk near.

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"dot com station" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Radio radio dot com station your job will be story rain snow even some hail falling plus is also concerned about flooding and mud slides and lightning was even singing along the coast we have in depth team coverage of the storm system to the impeachment hearing continues in Washington DC the stories following CBS network news on the top of the hour it's eleven o'clock CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Pam Coulter the blockbuster impeachment hearing featuring easy you ambassador Gordon Sandra is resuming at this hour earlier today he testified president trump directed a campaign to pressure you crane to investigate the bidens by blocking an oval office meeting in USA CBS is Steve Dorsey you ambassador Gordon song Lindh pointed the finger at the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani Mr Giuliani's requests were a quid pro quo for arranging a White House visit for presidents Lansky in return Ukraine's president would get an oval office meeting and later military aid according to Sunland Republicans including the minorities attorney Steve caster say someone only presume Giuliani was acting on orders from the president but a lot of it's speculation a lot of it is your gas and we're talking about a you know an impeachment of the president I'd states so the the evidence here on to be pretty darn good Steve Dorsey C. B. S. news Washington I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House is not a man I know well president trump says Gordon Sunland came to is twenty sixteen campaign late after first supporting other candidates but Mr trump says someone has provided testimony that proves he did nothing wrong and he quoted from cells present as our lives to do the right thing so is my answer I want not Mr trump says that line means it's all over democratic presidential contenders face off tonight in the debate in Atlanta CBS's that'll keep this will be the first debate since the campaign essentially became a four person race in early states depending on the poll mayor booted judges either out in front or tied with former vice president Joe Biden and senator Elizabeth.

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Suspected gunman, 16, in California high school shooting dies and investigators struggle to find a motive

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:13 min | 1 year ago

Suspected gunman, 16, in California high school shooting dies and investigators struggle to find a motive

"Investigators in southern California are now struggling to find the motive in this week's deadly school shooting following the death of the teenage gunman sixteen year old Nathaniel Burr how died yesterday afternoon thirty hours after the gunfire at Saugus high school reporter Brian paying it radio dot com station KPNX in Los Angeles tells us what's next in the investigation former chief research psychologist with the U. S. secret service tells KNX school shootings are often primarily acts of suicide with horrific collateral damage Merkel shooters are despondent or even actively suicidal when they carry out their school shooting some of them planned to kill themselves at the end some of them are hoping for a suicide by cop Morris around as says investigations into school shooters tend to turn up a similar pattern RT of school shooters plan out their school shootings in advance and makes how other people beforehand what they're planning to do the FBI has a great term for called we get she says these aren't always loners are sociopaths sometimes they just overwhelmed by major emotional trauma and can't cope with that anymore the saga shooter lost his father to a fatal heart attack two years ago next month that was reporter Brian paying from radio dot com station KPNX in Los

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"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

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UCLA Opens World's 1st Institute To Study Kindness

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

UCLA Opens World's 1st Institute To Study Kindness

"Two you learned it in kindergarten play nice now UCLA institute will study how kindness affects our brains also society and health we get more from reporter Emily Valdez the UCLA but dari kind is institute has some big goals to spread kindness and make the world more humane this is because we live in a world that's just full of strife and violence and partisanship and it's no accident that the data we have this impeachment increase lodging and we have the stalemate between political parties here in this in this nation that we have to be watching this this to ME I think is very apropos Darnell hunt is the UCLA dean of social sciences he says this is about real kindness which we define is being routed in inset not that you're doing something behind because you're seeking a reward but you're doing it just because of the right thing to do at the end of the day that's what stabilizes humane societies as will we treat one another like humans researchers have already shown kindness reduces depression that was reporter anally Valdez from radio dot com station K. an axe in Los

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"dot com station" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Dot com station CBS news on the hour real news real reporting and Alison Keyes within the last hour president trump spoke with reporters on his way back from vacation saying there have been very good discussions with the Taliban over ending the war with Afghanistan we've been there for nineteen years we're like a police force and that's about it frankly I think it's a very important that we continue intelligence there in all cases because it is somewhat of a nasty but the US envoy who's leading the discussions with the Taliban says the peace process needs to move faster in the wake of an attack on a wedding in Afghanistan that killed at least sixty three people CBS's Iain Lee tells us isis has taken responsibility for the bombing ISIS is a Sunni extremist group now this wedding is believed to be made up of a majority of Shiite Muslims in the western part of Kabul that's where many Shiites live and isis has said that the Shiites are they seem as non believers and so that's why they believe they targeted this wedding that trump is also trying to stave off concerns that the economy is in trouble CBS's Paula reed says that's the first thing he wanted to talk about before even feel that any questions from reporters with purity wanted to reassure Americans about the state of the US economy he pointed to use low unemployment retail figures that are coming in even export prices going down he said as many of his advisers said on the Sunday show circuit that he sees no indication of a recession even though earlier in the week there were signals that were flashing economists believe if you only see those signals when a recession is on the rise in in Iceland today a memorial for that nation's first glacier lost to climate change the name of the glacier translates to okay glacier and it was in the western part of that nation a bronze plaque was unveiled as part of the ceremony this activist was there and was thoughtful I feel sad and I feel at this moment.

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"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Radio dot com station the house of representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill aimed at stopping those annoying rebel call house speaker Nancy Pelosi is in the cross hairs of a new tax there's a new rule in the garden state to make things easier for nurses licensed in other states to work here hi David in sports the Phillies used for home runs including a grand slam by JT round you told to beat the Atlanta Braves nine to four this afternoon right now it is partly sunny ninety one degrees headed down to seventy four tonight good afternoon I'm Jay Scott Smith here's our top story at five oh one legislation passed in the U. S. house could block a lot of those annoying robo calls you get from people you don't know and may not want to know here's more from KYW South Jersey bureau chief David Matt I know what you're thinking haven't we heard this before E. L. I. any and how effective is that do not call list you've probably been on for years congressman bill Pascrell says he feels your pain I get mark talk from people when I'm in my district about work and I could imagine now I'm ready to talk to about taxes and healthcare and impeachment I wish people would stop corpsman for crying out loud stop band robo calls act passed the house for twenty nine to three and is expected to get similar bipartisan support in the Senate it enhances enforcement powers within the FCC and the justice department against violators but will this one work Pascrell says it will for a while the challenge here isn't legal it's technological Sooners away found the fix the problem and some computer whiz finds a way around it when authorities have to do is keep up with it all in South Jersey David man.

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"dot com station" Discussed on Z104

Z104

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"dot com station" Discussed on Z104

"Radio dot com station Regis Regis started off can you well it's been nine and there's no reason we should something stop which is Regis ten hours to some flowers in the on now I'm on the the them you Regis sure the last name was gone don't stand alone what's your name was we can make money can make see one oh four zero body in a moment because I'm going to fashion I'm looking forward to you know in the past he said it sounds it will have to come back and get a look you like because in a world out of my head is a machine well this is my name in and couldn't so this is a life and we live in it a noise in the city because learn is burn is ground we got to do this for me let's do is ride let's go to a and you know what do you have what a bummer I'm about to pull another just tonight is just means only on a a five late nights in the city because it has learn is burn is to we do this right let's do is ride let's go to one of four with you everywhere you go this download the radio dot com the decision to put hardwoods on your floor actually isn't all that hard because the home depot as Bruce Plato marsh oak solid hardwood flooring at a new low price of just two eighty nine a square foot it was three seventy nine your floors will give you the great looking what now and a boosted resale value later when it's time to sell your home today is the day for doing it for adding value with Bruce Plano hardwood flooring for just two eighty nine a square foot the home depot more saving more doing of rebel due August fourth if your vehicle is in stopping like it used to visit all Riley auto parts for a set of break best select brake pads and to break best select rotors.

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Steven Galloway, Oscars And Aquafina Brie Larson discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Steven Galloway, Oscars And Aquafina Brie Larson discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News

"The academy tweeted its first list of presenters for the Oscars later this month with their still no clear direction on a host. We get more from Vicky more at radio dot com station KNX in Los Angeles. The first list of presenters includes names like Aquafina Brie Larson, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Chris Evans, a good start with an emphasis on women. According to Steven Galloway with the Hollywood reporter. But he says, sadly, the draw for many viewers this year might not be the people so much as watch out a disastrous install and that's kind of unpleasant Galloway says while the academy has been making an effort to young things up the Oscars show still seems a bit out of touch can happen to anyone bad. Luck happens the win this is string them. You have to look deeper and say some more fundamentalist going on

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"dot com station" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Radio dot com station. Three o'clock. This is CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by ZipRecruiter. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The blame game game drags on in Washington as the partial government shutdown enters its twenty-sixth day. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell insists it's up to Democrats to end it could stand with common sense with border experts with federal workers or they could continue to remain passive spectator. Trump administration has ordered fifty thousand additional furloughed employees back to work. Most of them at the IRS to process returns and refunds Kevin Hassett. Chair of the council of economic advisers says the shutdown is costing the economy more than double initial estimates. There are people who are having trouble making rent payments who aren't able to go out and and go to a restaurant or something. And and those are permanent hits to consumption almost today after it began a terror attack in Kenya is over reporter, Catherine arms is in Nairobi Kenya. As president. It says the siege. On a hotel complex is now over leaving fourteen dead. Among them are an American and Britain the attack began shortly after three pm on Tuesday with an explosion at the gate and a suicide bomb detonated inside the building. Al Shabaab terrorists have claimed responsibility. The fate of Brexit and the British Prime minister, both hang in the balance today live to London and CBS's. Vicki barker. This.

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"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"A radio dot com station, they come from far and wide or dove. Ron Carey outside of Boston say farewell to a President Bush in Washington. A memorial service was held at the capital last night for former president George H W Bush millennials are approaching healthcare different than any generation that came before them. In. They have technology to thank for your Bryant. Gonna in sports. Eagles won. They remain a game behind the Cowboys right now. It's forty degrees. Mostly cloudy at the broadcast center in spring garden, only going up a few degrees to forty three today. Good morning. I'm Carol MacKenzie. Our top story at six o one. The nation is bidding farewell to its forty. First president George H W Bush the formal tribute began last night at the US capitol. It's a homecoming shorts to a building reserved four years in congress in eight years as president of the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell welcomed him back to a hallowed cathedral today. This hero has returned to the capital of final. Tom the casket carrying the remains of the forty first president rests in a place of honor, the capitol rotunda vice President Mike Pence is the current Senate president Americans from every corner of the country and every walk of life. Make their way to this rotunda to pay respects of a grateful nation ahead of Wednesday state funeral Mr Bush's remains will lie in state for house speaker Paul Ryan attribute well-deserved here. Lies a great, man. Bob moon. Bloomberg radio. It's six oh, two time for salmon. Traffic.

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"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"dot com station" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Dot com station. Wildfires have now killed at least thirty one people in California more than two hundred people are missing a deadly weekend for pedestrians as police searched for drivers who hit and killed three people in separate crashes. I'm Marc Abrahams. The French president delivers a veiled rebuke to President Trump during an emotional ceremony marking the end of World War One. The Sixers visit Miami. It's forty five and cloudy at the broadcast center in spring garden. We are heading up to fifty degrees today. Good morning. I'm Carol MacKenzie. Our top story at eleven o one. Wildfires. Have now killed thirty one people across California twenty nine of them were killed in northern California. Where the campfire is CBS news. Correspondent Ileana Diaz has more northern California. Authorities have begun the grim task of identifying victims of the campfire some of the dead were found inside their cars suggesting the died while trying to. Make their escape and with over one hundred people reported missing officials believe there may be more victims. The two wildfires in southern California are being fanned by high winds. This will be another day of increased wins yesterday. Firefighters here in southern California. We're pretty much able to prevent the fire from expanding fighting the fire both on the ground and from the air with an aggressive air assault using fixed wing aircraft and helicopters, but the dangerous far from over. There are still many hotspots and other locations with the potential of reigniting Steve Futterman, CBS news, Malibu, California. It is eleven o two time for traffic.

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"dot com station" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dot com station" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Dot com station. Fifty five cloudy here in lower Manhattan might see some more patchy clouds throughout the afternoon and evening to the thirties at some suburbs tonight sunnier tomorrow, but still breezy with a high of fifty six it's three oh three that WCBS on the sixth anniversary of sandy Long Island. Homeowners who are still not back in their homes are calling governor Cuomo to extend a rental assistance program. Marla diamonds is hundreds of residents are still in limbo construction delays caused by unscrupulous or overwhelmed contractors. It's basically kept everybody in turmoil. Says Ray Malone whose contractor bailed leaving his massapequa home. Half-finished Tila houses done you can't finish anything. You can't relax. You don't know if another storm is gonna come in between a lot of issues, we're not the only ones other people to one hundred and seventy-five homes are under construction here. An island park there are at least another two hundred in Long Beach. Nassau County lawmaker Denise Ford and homeowners are facing. December thirty first deadline to get the work done or lose their rental assistance for calling on governor Cuomo to show compassion and extend the deadline. Nothing could be better than on the sixth anniversary of sandy that the state and the federal government say, you know, everybody until you all come home. There will be no deadline. Thank you. The governor's office has not responded to a request for comment in island park, Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty in Monmouth county, there's good news. For New Jersey residents still out of their homes since sandy some houses here in union.

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Elon Musk proposes taking Tesla private

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Elon Musk proposes taking Tesla private

"The compound I'm sorry Long I can't comment further on an. Exact location Tesla's CEO Elon Musk may take company private CBS Jill Schlesinger why that's unusual the reason why this. Is so rare is that it's expensive to. Do right now Tesla's worth about sixty billion dollars given the price that musk has. Talked about four hundred. Twenty bucks a bio it would cost about seventy. Two billion dollars that would be. The biggest leveraged buyout ever according to some analysts who track this this is CBS news you have enough things to worry about every day. Insurance shouldn't, be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you Liberty. Mutual insurance More. News more often this is. WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty radio dot com station.

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CBS, California and Ross McNamara discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

CBS, California and Ross McNamara discussed on 24 Hour News

"Ross McNamara and the top stories ahead, massive wildfire in northern California has grown to become the largest in that state's history. Now, this smoke could be seen for probably roughly fifty miles to one hundred miles in any direction. CBS news is next plus Detroit police searching for a pair of suspects accused of throwing a flaming object into a party store. I'm Lauren Barthel NewsRadio nine. Double Dot com station CBS news on the hour sponsored. By progressive insurance. I'm Wendy Gillette it's. A record breaker the Mendocino complex fire in northern California has now burned two hundred eighty, three thousand acres and. It's still growing, CBS, news correspondent Kris Martinez reports The Mendocino complex fire. Is now the, largest fire in California, history firefighting blades. Are.

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"No doubt" Russians are behind latest Facebook meddling, Morell says

Dave Ramsey

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"No doubt" Russians are behind latest Facebook meddling, Morell says

"You who it was and if he's okay, coming up in sports mixed market today on Wall Street, the Dow is down more than one hundred points. We'll get the latest with the Bloomberg business report in twenty five minutes cloudy, skies seventy seven right now. CBS news covers the world news. NewsRadio nine fifty Radio. Dot com station it's three o'clock CBS news. On the hour. Sponsored by Quicken Loans I'm Pam Coulter, he calls the Russia probe a hoax and a witch hunt and President Trump tweeted that attorney general, Jeff Sessions. Needs to shut it down White. House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, snot an order it's the president's opinion and it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on. With the launching of the witch hunt the president wants, to has watched this process play out but he also wants to see it come to, an end as he stated many times. And we look forward to that happening following Justice department guidelines sessions had recused himself from the rush appro members of the Senate intelligence committee want the Trump administration and tech companies to do more to stop foreign election meddling efforts that day after Facebook deleted thirty two accounts, deemed to be interfering in US politics former, deputy CIA, director and CBS news. Contributor Mike Morell Is convinced it's the Kremlin's work the similarities. And patterns here. And some of the techniques the fact, that one of the administrators in these new accounts was an administrator on the two thousand sixteen accounts, I think. Is all the evidence we need. To say it's the, Russians three people linked to the hacking group known as Finn seven were arrested in Europe for allegedly breaching the. Computers of more than one hundred twenty US companies US, attorney in.

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Facebook has identified ongoing political influence campaign

24 Hour News

03:04 min | 2 years ago

Facebook has identified ongoing political influence campaign

"Horse GM bring more production back to the US. Our artist beat reporter, Jeff Gilbert will explain a big new contract for janitors in the cities on these folks to make an eight dollars longer than they can remember on Charlie nine fifty. Steve Radio dot com, station CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Steve Kafe and Facebook says it's on covered sophisticated efforts on it's platforms to affect the. Political conversation and influence this. Falls elections and thirty two accounts have been, taken, down CBS's Steven Portnoy new coordinated influence campaign reportedly involves efforts to divide Americans along social lines with. Activities surrounding another unite the right rally of white, supremacists in Charlottesville Virginia, along with, the hashtag abolish ice the. New York Times reports Facebook has already. Briefed members of congress company officials were evasive on a recent conference call with, reporters when asked directly if Facebook had detected. New Russian, interference efforts this year former Trump campaign chairman is on, trial today in Virginia as the sixty five. Prospective jurors were introduced Paul Manafort turned his chair around engaged at the passively. Most of the panel look straight ahead as they call themselves President but a few stole a momentary glance at Manafort who faces charges of income tax and Bank fraud judge TESL says he, will see the panel of twelve jurors and four. Alternates for the trial which he expects to last two weeks they'll Rakoff CBS news at US district court in Alexandria. Virginia about the Russia investigation. President Trump tweeted today collusion is not a, crime, and insisted again there was no collusion Whitehouse as chief of staff John Kelly has agreed to stay. On in the administration through twenty twenty in northern, California there's better news, today on, the firefight this is the. Fetterman in Redding California fire officials are. Certainly encourage the car fire is now twenty seven percent contained that's a vast, improvement over what it was just seventy two. Hours ago, and there is progress being made President Trump promised on, Twitter he'd look into the planned release of. Internet blueprints by a private company tonight that show how to make guns with. A three d. printer his own administration Gave the green light last month CBS's Tony dokoupil incredibly controversial because on one side you have people saying. This is an invitation to criminals terrorists too bad people, of, every stripe and on the other side of. The conversation you have second amendment absolutist saying, this is our guarantee that no one will ever. Be able to curtail the second amendment in this country it is our right eighty two. Year old actor Alan Alda tell CBS. This morning he's battling Parkinson's disease. He says he got the diagnosis more than three years ago recent TV appearances showed some visible signs and I could see my thumb twitch in some shots and I thought it's probably only a matter of time before. Somebody does a story about this Wall Street right now the Dow is up one hundred seventy one points NASDAQ is.

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California's fiery former congressman Ron Dellums dies at 82

24 Hour News

03:28 min | 2 years ago

California's fiery former congressman Ron Dellums dies at 82

"J. Good evening. I'm Russ McNamara, these top stories head a huge volunteer push following the evacuation of thousands of people threatened by the wildfires in California volunteers from all over have collected water food and supplies, story and more from CBS news and moments. Also, a discovery made in the back seat of the van man overdoses at the wheel. Individual head, a meth lab operating inside that was a Detroit families, plea to crack an unsolved murder helped me because we need help. I'm Jason Scott. The news watch never stops these radio, nine fifty. Radio dot, com station CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Gary Nunn the fire catastrophe in, the, west, defies description, death destruction and heartbreak eight dead and seventeen, fires, throughout, California's CBS's Jeff Lauren and reading, the social media posts tell the stories from the front lines and the. Neighborhoods on the edge the firefighters working twenty four plus hour shifts to contain the flames families expressing their thanks. Because of our firefighters we have a home to go home. To Chris Doty. Wrote I wanna cry just thinking about their sacrifice for us volunteers from all over have collected. Water food and supplies celebrity chefs and small business owners alike are feeding those displaced for free We appreciate all the fire department In Eureka California three children sold. Lemonade to raise money for victims by one estimate damage in reading alone. Will top one hundred million dollars the x. personnel chief at FEMA has been accused of improper sexual. Relationships and, creating. A toxic environment Korey Coleman resigned last month, investigation underway administrator Brock long says such behavior is not tolerated after a CBS board meeting today directors say they will hire outside. Lawyers to investigate allegations against CEO Leslie Mon this CBS news correspondent Ana Warner confirmation that Leslie Moonves as remains chairman and. CEO came as the board announced he's the focus of new investigation Moonves participated in the. Teleconference meeting of the full board. But a source told CBS news he stepped away when the board, began. Discussing the allegations against him moan this either denies or says he does not recall many of the. Details outlined a New Yorker story a one hundred million dollar lawsuit has been. Filed against the company that operates the duck boat fleet in southwest missouri seventeen people drown in a sudden storm a week and a half ago attorney robert mugabe in two thousand two the berry hazard they killed these people they were warned about told about and did nothing about member of congress and one time mayor ronald dellums has died of cancer k._c._b._s. reporter doug sovereign oakland mayor libby shaft new ron dellums since she was a child in off the man who represented oakland and berkeley and congress for twenty seven years before he became mayor of oakland he's always been just a giant in moral leadership he is a homegrown hero dellums went from marine corps vet to fiery antiwar activists too powerful chair of the house armed services committee dellums was eighty two years old wall street monday stocks closing lower the dow fell one.

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CBS, Donald Trump and Federal Government discussed on Michael Berry

Michael Berry

03:05 min | 2 years ago

CBS, Donald Trump and Federal Government discussed on Michael Berry

"Gration advocates are. Upset that the federal government has not reunited all the immigrant families that were supposed to be brought together under today's court ordered deadline the government told the court more than eighteen hundred kids are back with their parents. But hundreds remain apart Matthew all Benz with immigration and customs enforcement says many parents. Wade the right to leave the country with their children one hundred and twenty that decline reunification the reason these parents are coming. Here in the first place in paying smugglers five, thousand six thousand ten thousand dollars. To make that dangerous journey across Central America and Mexico because they want to get, their children here CBS Maria Via Rail are still more, than, seven hundred separated four hundred. And sixty three of them have parents who may have already been deported is not entirely. Clear how the government is defining eligible and ineligible. Johnson wig is a former, acting, director of immigration Gratien customs enforcement I'm worried here that we have four hundred sixty parents. Who have now been deported Central America there is a very high. Likelihood that those parents. Are not going to see their children again CBS news has learned that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is ready to tell the Russian special counsel. That Donald Trump junior told his father in advance. About the Trump Tower meeting where, Russians were expected to. Offer dirt on Hillary Clinton but he has no, corroborating evidence, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani on CNN called Cohen Aligarh have. To be people in the room with. The president right that can corroborate Cohen which didn't happen and then it becomes a credibility contest between two or three witnesses who say one thing and Cohen who says another assuming they say different things I'm pretty comfortable. About that President Trump was in the heartland today touting the agreement just reached with. The EU to launch talks on bringing down trade barriers we opened up Europe and that's going to be a great thing for. Europe and it's really going to be a great Thing for us and it's. Going, to be a really great thing for our. Farmers the weather is a tale of two different coasts heavy rains and flooding in the east with hot and dry conditions fueling wildfires in the west w. EPO RTD meteorologist Craig sets of, the Pacific coast is very very dry there. Is no relief in terms of. Widespread rainfall incite we'd probably need a tropical system that come, out? Of the Pacific to, really bring a. Lot of rain to this area it is going to stay dry with the, threat for fire danger stain very very, high investor fears about Facebook. Revenues and gross sent the. Company stock down nineteen percent today that's, about a one hundred twenty billion dollar loss of value and the White House says a. US air force transport plane is carrying remains of US soldiers to an air, base in South Korea this is CBS news You have enough things to worry about every day. Insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with. You Liberty Mutual insurance More. Often this is w CBS. News Radio eight eighty radio dot com station It is seventy seven degrees up in White Plains.

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American Pastor Charged in Turkey Put Under House Arrest

John Hancock

09:23 min | 2 years ago

American Pastor Charged in Turkey Put Under House Arrest

"Associated Press ground game. Hosted by AP's Megan, crane a weekly conversation about the top political. Issues ahead of the upcoming midterm elections available on apple podcasts and podcast one dot com Radio, dot com station Yesterday we, were talking about Democrats they had kind of had a confab in Columbus Ohio, about what path to take. For reelection whether or not you're going to Run hardcore liberal or whether or not. You're going to be a little bit more interest in the battle within, the party and we talked about how that battle went on among with the Republicans and it was actually wasn't until this last, election cycle twenty sixteen that the Republicans finally, decided that they were going to Get the hell out of the middle and go For something completely unconventional Every time I hear myself, talk about the primaries I think of what was his name Daniel Called me early in the primary season instead Mark my words, Donald Trump is going to be the. Nominee And it was. This, the most ludicrous, statement at the time that he said it And so Mr. all-knowing talk show host Said you're, out of your, mind and he said Mark my words. And I told TJ save that tape not that I think. You'll ever need it, in the day after. The the day he won the nomination We got on the. Air and said hey Daniel where where are you buddy and. He called in and, we played the tape He was right we were wrong And and do this very second there's absolutely no reason why. It should have. Happened that way But, it, did, and then so the the. The battle between within the inside. Of the party said no we're we're tired of moderate. Republicans we're tired of the Bush family we're tired of this A passive Approach we want somebody that will go in there and And. We kind of. Talked about it in a, roundabout ways we, never mentioned, Donald Trump is being guy but we said you know you need somebody that will go in there and not care about what anybody says about him and shake things up and make decisions, and stand by them and. Not worry about re election four years from then And somebody that has the guts to just hack off the entire country but to do the things that need to be done and so you take a look at what's going on, right now with tariffs And meeting with world leaders that we don't normally associate with and deregulation tax breaks to the detriment of the, national debt and you know all of that kind of. Stuff and all of a sudden we got a guy in there right now You can't say, he doesn't care what people think because he's He does He's narcissistic But he doesn't care to the point that He does care about what people think but not to, the point that he's also a pit bull He's just gonna stand there with a steady stance and And stare you down so there's. A really, interesting article on FOX today from Melissa's peak that said. Why Chuck Schumer's about to have a very bad week It's the economy stupid And I can't speak for, everyone but Chuck Schumer having a. Bad week just makes my, day Nancy Pelosi having a bad week I'm all for that So Liz peak writes Chuck Schumer is about to. Have a bad week he's having a bad week and it's about to get, worse because on Friday we're expected to learn from the Federal Bureau of economic analysis that the United States economy has grown at a blistering pace in the second. Quarter of this year further affirming. The success of President Trump's tax. Cuts in deregulatory efforts economists expect the bureau of economic analysis report on Friday that will show that the nation's gross domestic product, grew between three point three percent and four point six percent in the second quarter showing, not only strong economy but. One, that is accelerating now if you'll recall at, one point or another and I don't remember what the actual quote. From the president was but the president said that with his tax cuts, and deregulation deregulatory measures the GDP would start to, grow at, getting out. Say three four percent he may be. Even higher than that And everybody and everybody pointed to history and pointed, to recent, history as. To being how absurd that comment was And so. Here it is percolating along three point three percent to four point six percent of the second quarter You don't have to like him to appreciate that number You don't even have to respect. Them appreciate that number but you've got to appreciate his Financial mind Whether you like his style or not Schumer this peak rights hopes each day to distract from the booming economy by champing bewildering array of issues which has been the whole deal, since Trump took office was you know death by a thousand paper cuts and so far there's been a whole lot of bleeding Despite withering criticism for Trump's press conference in Helsinki establishment outrage over his, trash talking of NATO alarm among even his supporters about the looming trade war lingering angst Which I thought was supposed to be singular to an eighty s a young person Kurt. Cobain deal in that Didn't he own angst angst it all this far Lingering angst over families? Separated at the border And cereal other offenses President Trump's the President, Trump's approval. Approval rating over the past week crept higher this has gotta just make Schumer, and Pelosi's head explode New Wall Street, Journal NBC poll shows forty five percent of respondents giving, a thumbs. Up to the president a record since he took office Second amount of, scraped support from his own party only to George W Bush, right after the nine eleven attack Schumer, desperately wants, Democrats to, take back the house, and the, Senate by, winning majorities in each chamber in the November sixth midterms and he they live story rights our lives peak rights He must, wonder what, will it take to, bring this, president down Decem extent even. Those of us, who at least support the better parts of him Kind of wondered the same thing So, William, Galveston Brookings institute governance studies program senior Writes in the Wall Street Journal today why Republicans can't get enough Trump. And we'll share that with, because it's, pretty cool Mike Doyle in, the WBZ news Saturday President Trump meeting today. With top European Union officials who tried to. Talk about of his trade war worried it will hurt both academies Trump claims the US isn't getting a fair deal yesterday the. Administration announced it would borrow twelve billion, dollars to pay, US farmers for the losses they've suffered in the trade dispute today Chevrolet makers including South Carolina Senator, Tim Scott said farmers not too excited about a government bailout program in the effort to do anything else. Other than permanent Marcus Welby efforts that will be viewed by farmers and businesses trying to do around. The globe as insufficient the European, leaders warned they're ready to put tariffs on twenty billion dollars of American exports at Trump what's the duties on. Car imports five, Carolina, pastor in, prison for nearly two years in Turkey. On terror and espionage charges is getting better accommodations Turkish news reports. Say Andrew Brinson will we put under house arrest answers trial continues case against the A fifty year old evangelical pastor from black mountain has strained ties between NATO allies, Turkey in the US Brunson strongly denies the charges against him Georgia state Representative Jason Spencer says he will. Resign after exposing himself on Sasha baron Cohen's cable TV show Spencer dropped his pants and then his. Underwear while shouting USA and America, after being told by a disguised calling that such behaviour incites fear and homophobic jihadists Spencer also repeatedly shouted the. N..

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UNICEF warns of HIV crisis in teen girls, with 20 cases every hour

24 Hour News

02:46 min | 2 years ago

UNICEF warns of HIV crisis in teen girls, with 20 cases every hour

"About a deal to silence and ex playmate who claimed to have an affair with them. The details from CBS news. Next Chemical Bank is moving its headquarters to detri- more on that ahead. Chrysler's new CEO has a tough job ahead of him. I'm auto beat reporter, Jeff Gilbert, lion, single game tickets are going on sale right now. Have the latest CBS news covers the world next at ten o'clock here on NewsRadio nine fifty. Radio nine fifteen Radio dot, com station CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Deborah Rodriguez President Trump is tweeting this morning asking what kind of a lawyer. Would tape his client his own former attorney is the one who is causing a stir by releasing a 2016 conversation to CNN Accompany the tape has the president's longtime lawyer discussing with his client ways to keep secret and alleged affair Vault. Former playboy playmate, Karen McDougal who claims, she had, a months-long relationship with Donald Trump in two thousand six earlier this week I. Asked press secretary Sarah Sanders whether the president still denies the affair president maintains that, he's done nothing wrong and I would refer you to Rudy Giuliani for all. Questions on that Giuliani, says Mr. Trump, never did pay the National Enquirer for. The rights to McDougal's story Steven Portnoy CBS. News the White House the death toll up to seventy nine many still missing after yesterday's. Wildfires in Greece CBS. Is Seth Don has an update from Mati search teams going from house to house looking. For more victims other work crews have been removing some of. The wreckage and debris that is clogged streets, and people are continuing to come back to homes and neighborhoods they, say they simply, don't recognize anymore ISIS claiming responsibility. For deadly raids and suicide bombings in southern Syria today independent monitoring groups say more than one hundred Fifty people have been killed including sixty two civilians new, report says the global aids epidemic isn't going away but Morphing into a crisis. For teenaged girls CBS's, Vicki Barker UNICEF, says around thirty adolescence are becoming infected. With HIV every hour two thirds of them. Are girls in many parts of the world girls are pushed into early sex forced into. Unwilling sex are powerless. To set their own sexual boundaries the HIV infection rate representing UNICEF says a crisis of. Health and a crisis of agency there's lots of excitement at. Ernie's liquors in San Jose where the one winning ticket was sold for last night's five hundred twenty two million, dollar mega millions, jackpot owner Kowal such.

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Fox on the Loose After Attacking 3 People in Westchester, NY: Health Officials

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Fox on the Loose After Attacking 3 People in Westchester, NY: Health Officials

"NewsRadio eight eighty radio dot com station A war bowling, we're in the seventies, already later on today humid shower and. Looks. Like, breezy warm thunderstorm, thunderstorms well the high. This afternoon WCBS. News time five, oh by the way welcome back. From vacation you look rested you look. Tan you got a haircut. To jazz I did feel like a million bucks good to be back though look. At you over there and look at. Me over. Here on. The pale wreck you almost seem like you missed me I did thank you welcome back on a Tuesday morning and aggressive presence is out. On the streets and in backyards in his leading to a warning this. Morning some victims can show you the scars of their encounters in northern, Westchester let's, go live to your. Town this morning and other stories WCBS reporter Sean. Adams Hall slides a FOX. You know why the critics have that reputation because, they are, very very good at not being seen FOX's don't want anything to. Do with human so when a FOX tax three people. In one neighborhood health officials immediately suspect rayvey so here in Yorktown a not, far, from the Jefferson. Valley mall Kathy Coakley she fended off an, attack she described it to CBS, to it jumped. Up, at me and was, like scratching at. Me. And, trying to bite, my arm and my. Legs but my. Pants were big, enough that it was grabbing hold. Of the material and not my skin. Eventually the the FOX did. Nip her a little bit plus a jogger and another person in a yard so. Rabies shots for those folks police are. Warning people. To be. Very careful when they're outside you have to keep an eye on young children small pets and there's always concern that it might not just. Be this FOX perhaps the infected animal came in contact with other critters. So this is something they're going to have to watch for. Some time, Wayne Paul Thank you Sean belong railroad says it. Expects to be a normal morning rush today after yesterday's service cuts, because of a weekend derailment near. Penn station news of the record arrived almost. Twenty four hours after it happened but railroad president Philip bang tells reporters there was. No cover-up things is to make sure that what I'm sharing information, sharing accurate information I'm sharing information I. Had so when the first when the, first report came in first thing was the find out we're any customers impacted there were no customers impacted, it was a non revenue train the next thing was is there any impact of the current service. There was no current service impacts so again my thing was then to make sure that our response is. To make sure that I had. The appropriate people appropriate equipment appropriate materials and we assess the. Situation once I had an place and the service, planning transportation, folks who work in on to review if there were any services. Impacts plus I had all that that's one of my. Plan was to release the information which we did to our customers with a, full Service diversion the last thing I wanted to do is make a statement and to make them wonder what is impacting, their their right Philippine there from the. Long Island railroad, which is still searching, for a cause of derailment in the yards west of the Penn station platform, five oh six. In the next stop is. Federal court for the pizza delivery man from Ecuador who ended up in ice custody after his job took him. To the gates at fort. Hamilton and his rich reports his. Supporters made their case, at city hall ahead of today's hearing Pablo? Via NCO's wife Sandra Chica is. Hoping federal, judge Paul Crotty will release her husband from federal detention facility in Hudson county New Jersey where she's been able to visit, him for, a half hour once a week we see him every Saturday we go to, the jail the visit is only thirty minutes Pablo's legal aid lawyer Jennifer Williams. Mr..

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Kushners Used ‘Toxic’ Construction to Drive Out Tenants, Suit Says

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

03:58 min | 2 years ago

Kushners Used ‘Toxic’ Construction to Drive Out Tenants, Suit Says

"Station a radio dot com station we are and it is hazing town right now it's eighty nine degrees and there's a possibility of showers. Is the, nyc Ozan partly cloudy through the night tomorrow definitely showers in the forecast even thunderstorms which could produce, flooding, downpours damaging wind gusts with a high of eighty seven degrees again. In town right now. It's a typical hazy hot and. Humid afternoon in July Eighty-nine. Degrees WCBS news time four zero three Jared Kushner's real estate firms caught up yet another ten and abuse scandal this time in Williamsburg now the company is getting sued, Ford governor Cuomo's investigating Kevin Marin Cohn. Has more the best way to think about Kushner companies. Is not as the landlord. Gambler masquerading, as a landlord and they were gambling. On rent controlled tenants leaving in order. To make, more money that's what Aaron car with, the housing rights in Initiative is saying he claims Kushner companies used pass constant construction and rate hikes to try and speed things up, Jack Lester is the attorney representing the. Tenants over months tenants made complaints about toxic dust About not feeling well about being from the dust. That they were breathing in every day Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams says it's not just about cracking down on. Kushner companies it's about landlords across the city who try and make money at people's expense Affordable clean housing A human rights not only, a, New York Brooklyn right is? A human right Kushner companies told the AP they, did get complaints but address that quickly outside, Brooklyn supreme court Kevin Rincon WCBS. NewsRadio eight eighty the NYPD says it's tired of waiting for federal authorities to punish the officer responsible for killing Eric garner with a fatal chokehold in two thousand fourteen and why PD promising to take action. On its own if something, isn't done soon which lamb has the latest, from police headquarters NYPD deputy Commissioner. For legal matters Larry burn has been in contact with the federal government since it became involved in the case in, two thousand fourteen I indicated to them, several, months ago That we couldn't wait indefinitely to proceed with our process and we give them some additional time then, we're going to have to move ahead When I spoke with them again last week it was clear that there was now internal online to reach a, decision on this matter at the o. j. so we've decided to give one final time as a courtesy until September first and is. Burn put it if they're not in a position to make a decision and publicly announce, it by then it'll, be more. Than four years and we feel we have to. Move ahead with our internal disciplinary process. In lower Manhattan rich lamb WCBS NewsRadio eight eight the, New York trial from. Mexico's notorious drug Lord El Chapo, is being put on hold he was. District judge Brian Cogan made the decision today postponing it until November when jury selection set to begin that's because defense lawyers for Joaquin Guzman El Chapo Guzman were complaining that prosecutors kept putting out at digital evidence that they needed more time to take a look before the trial that evidence, is said to include over one hundred. Seventeen thousand audio recordings and thirty five hundred Pages of witness. Interviews plus another ten thousand pages expected in the coming weeks sixteen people in Washington heights, in Hamilton heights have, legionaires disease. Health officials believe vapor from water cooling towers is. Spreading bacteria that causes the disease legionnaires. Is an ammonia that causes flu like symptoms that can, appear up to ten. Days after exposure Mark Levin who's, chair of the city council's health committee. Says it's likely the number of sickened will increase even if we already have eliminated the source of contamination and cleaned out the affected tower someone might have gotten dominated far back as two weeks ago and might not have symptoms yet WCBS news time four seven we've got. Traffic weather together..

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Mayor slammed for suggesting protesters be hit with water cannons

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

02:20 min | 2 years ago

Mayor slammed for suggesting protesters be hit with water cannons

"Pittsburgh radio dot com station prom night chairman lo hana law firms studios the foist pittsburgh news from k a radio now sixty three at pittsburgh international at six o'clock i'm paul rasmussen last night in arnold not planning to resign from the karen pa coney being booed at a city council meeting where a crowd continue to call on her to step down here's katie k tv's megan schiller the whole controversy started after mayor picone posted on our facebook page that antoine rose junior protesters should be hit with water cannons when people saw these post they were outraged and last night coney offered an apology one by one people stood up and they offered their opinions on why they believe that her comments were racist and controversial and they think that she should voluntarily resign her position arnold city council has decided to send a letter to governor wolf in the senate requesting kony's removal president trump is in brussels for a nato summit repeating calls for member nations to increase their defense contributions and ease the financial burden on the united states this is been brought up by other presidents but other presidents never did anything about it because i don't think they understood it they just didn't want to get involved but i have to bring it up because our country it's very taxpayer president also launched a stinging attack on germany for a gas deal it made with russia's saying germany is captive to russia the trump administration is preparing tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars in chinese imports with that story cbs's bill rakoff ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports the us complains that china uses predatory practices including cyber theft to challenge american technological dominance bill rakoff cbs news washington the state is accused of wasting millions of dollars in federal aid to help poor families heat their homes during the winter with more on the results of.

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Mark Thomas, Thailand and Facebook discussed on Dave Ramsey

Dave Ramsey

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Mark Thomas, Thailand and Facebook discussed on Dave Ramsey

"Wbz radio dot com station more boys are being pulled that cave in thailand it's ten o'clock i'm mark thomas here's the latest from abc news rescue divers in northern thailand have begun taking boys out of a cave were twelve have been trapped along with their soccer coach for two weeks so far the thai navy seals on facebook said they've taken four boys out of that cave to the ambulance arriving at a hospital in chiang rai carrying one of the boys there's no word on the conditions with anyone rescued but the operation continues maybe james longman is on the scene he has more on what those boys and their rescuers are dealing with it is a long arduous journey three quarters of it is mostly submerged in water at the end of which they'll be able to walk out the last three four hundred meters but not before they had a full medical assessment officials originally said it could take up to four days to get everybody out of the cave president trump on twitter says the us is working very closely with the government of thailand quote help get all the children out of the cave and to safety still no word on the conditions of anyone rescued by thailand's navy seals say four boys are out of that cave brian clark abc news wbz weather we're gonna have a break in the heat it's been a continue today and it's going to be sunny and eighty five tonight tonight is going to be nice and cool with a low of sixty two or the warm ups going to.

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