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Climate activist Thunberg to appear on Swedish postal stamp
"Service in her native Sweden decided to feature environmental issues on new stumps. The public support for this team has been really big. We have received a lot of suggestions. Kristina Olive's daughter, managing director of post North stance, says one of the main Coles was for a stamp featuring teenage activist Greta Tune, Berg. She's drawn in her yellow raincoat with her braid flying in the wind. We really would like to contribute to put the spotlight on the environmental issues. The stumps go on sale tomorrow. Elaine Cobb, CBS News Katie Coric, Maya Bialik
A Girl Scout calls out child-labor link in Girl Scout cookies
"A tale of two girls and unsustainable cookies. He justice correspondent Elaine Cobb 14 year old Olivia Chapman, from Rural Tennessee was shocked to find the mass produced Girl Scout cookies she was selling were made with Palm oil from unsustainable sources. The AP went digging on found her alter ego in Indonesia. Emma was forced to leave school abandoned her dreams of becoming a doctor and instead work 12 hours a day harvesting on the plantations. Child labor and rain forest clearance or both common in the palm oil industry with $65 billion
A Girl Scout calls out child-labor link in Girl Scout cookies
"Off the record highs from yesterday. A tale of two girls and an unsustainable Cookie. CBS is Elaine Cobb explains. 14 year old Olivia Chapman, from Rural Tennessee was shocked to find the mass produced Girl Scout cookies she was selling were made with Palm oil from unsustainable sources. The AP went digging on found her alter ego in Indonesia. Emma was forced to leave school, abandoned her dreams of becoming a doctor and instead work 12 hours a day harvesting on the plantations. Child labor and rain forest clearance or both common in the palm oil industry with $65
Pierre Cardin, Visionary Fashion Designer, Dies at 98
"Industry legend Pierre Cardin has passed. He made his name by a pending fashion styles in the 19 sixties and seventies, putting women in bubble dresses and futuristic space suits in 1978 Pierre Cardin was the first Frenchman Toe open a business in communist China. He organized a fashion show in Beijing's Forbidden City car. There was also a savvy businessman on successfully licensed his brand name. Here's is one of the most familiar names in fashion. He died in Paris age. 98, Elaine Cobb. CBS News Paris got
Iconic designer Pierre Cardin dies at 98
"French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has died, CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb reports from Paris. He revolutionized fashion in the 19 sixties, introducing futuristic designs, geometrical cuts, bubble dresses and hooped mini skirts. I greatly subsection Pierre Cardin was also a savvy businessman and successfully licensed his brand name, paving the way for other designers to put their names to merchandise as well as clothing. He began working for a tailor at 17 on was still working earlier this year when he teamed up with a designer, seven decades. His junior, Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS PARIS.
Pierre Cardin Was the First Frenchman to Open a Business in Communist China
"French fashion designer Pierre Cardin has die made his name by a pending fashion styles in the 19 sixties and seventies, putting women in bubble dresses and futuristic space suits in 1978 Pierre Cardin was the first Frenchman toe open a business in communist China. He organized a fashion show in Beijing's Forbidden City. Carlin was also a savvy businessman on successfully licensed his brand name. Here's is one of the most familiar names in fashion. He died in Paris age. 98. Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS Paris,
Panic buyers storm UK shops emptying supermarket shelves in food shortage fears
"Across Britain have been overrun by panicked buyers and of Christmas British truck's air racing to stock up on food in Europe and get back home in time for Christmas. But shoppers have been been raiding raiding supermarkets supermarkets offer offer a a border border closure. closure. Prompted Prompted by by New New Coronavirus Coronavirus Fear's Fear's caused caused massive massive delays. delays. Londoner Londoner Charlotte Charlotte was was among among them. them. We've We've got got to to do do what what we've we've got to do on, I think they're gonna panic on Ben, panicked by the UK buys a third of its food from Europe, There are fears of empty shelves after Christmas to Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS
France Shooting: 3 Police Officers Killed
"Officers have been killed in central France. Answering a call about domestic violence, police found a heavily armed man at the home of his ex partner. They set up a cordon around the house, but he shot his way out. Three officers, the youngest just 21 were killed of fourth was wounded. The man set fire to the house before he fled his ex partner took refuge on the roof and was rescued by the police. The man was later found dead in his car. Elaine Cobb, CBS news parents,
3 police officers shot dead in France during domestic violence call
"In central France. Three police officers have been shot and killed after a standoff. Answering a call about domestic violence. Police found a heavily armed man at the home of his ex partner. They set up a cordon around the house, but he shot his way out. Three officers, the youngest just 21 were killed of fourth was wounded. The man set fire to the house before he fled. His ex partner took refuge on the roof and was rescued by the police. The man was later found dead in his car. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS
Dutch climate activists take Shell to court over emissions
"Activists have taken energy giant Shell to court in the Netherlands. CBS is Elaine Cobb reports. Dutch climate activists have launched a civil case against the energy giant asking a judge to order Shell to commit to reining in its carbon emissions by 45%. The year 2030. The main argument of shell is that everybody's responsible consumer, this state, the international community. Everybody's responsible except show Donald Poll's director of the Dutch wing of Friends of the Earth, he says Shell is the biggest polluter in the Netherlands. Elaine Cobb CBS News We gotta crash
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"A hospital gets overwhelmed, there will be a state investigation. And if the results of that investigation is they did not distribute the patients. That will be malpractice on their pope. Plans are also being drawn up for regional field hospitals. You have not yet seen the effect of Thanksgiving. It will be a lag and you will see the effect a week out from today. The governor's get tough approach comes as daily the daily number of hospitalizations in New York state grows to 3500 about Four times what it was in June and we're live on the Upper West Side. Marla Diamond. WCBS news radio 8 80, Marla. Thank you. It's 7 30 to the prospect of several covert vaccines becoming available very soon. Is lifting hopes that the economy will recover next year or from CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb Global economic watchdog. The CCD says the world economy is set to bounce back to pre pandemic levels by the end of next year. But it warns that will only happen if governments continue to support health systems. Aunt hard hit businesses The CDC says there is hope, but it will take international cooperation to make it a reality. China is expected to experience the strongest rebound with Europe lagging with the number of covert cases on the rise. Congress is facing new pressure to pass a coronavirus relief bill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Challenge Democrats to help pass a coronavirus relief bill after months of unproductive negotiations. There's no reason none. We should not deliver another major pandemic relief package. Democrats want a package totaling more than $2 Trillion, But Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Republicans are insisting on a bare bones deal, so we need a true bipartisan bill. Not. This is our bill, Take it or leave it. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington Dr Scott Atlas, who spent the last few months working it's a special adviser to President Trump on Kobe 19 has resigned. CBS News Medical contributor. Dr David Vegas, says Atlas had become a controversial figure pushing questionable approaches to combating the pandemic over the last 100 plus days where he has held this position. Doctor at list has been an advocate for non data driven science policies, which many of the science community including myself found significantly objectionable. Several other members of the White House coronavirus task Force raised concerns about Atlas or openly disputed his views. His tenure was slated to expire this week anyway. President elect Biden has named his economic team to focus on the recovery from the pandemic. One of those nominees is Neera Tanden. Who has been picked to serve as director of the Office of Management and Budget, CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian says Republicans are already voicing opposition to tendons nomination. Certainly, she has gotten some pushback in some criticism already for some of her positions that she has posted in the past on Social Media. Out to various lawmakers, so as far as nomination.
Covid reinfection 'highly unlikely' for at least six months, Oxford study says`
"What they call exciting findings about covert 19 immunity, the brushes study found. People who survived covert 19 and developed antibodies were protected from falling ill again for at least six months. This was the first large scale study into immunity and tracked some 12,000 health care workers from April to November. That's correspondent Elaine Cobb for us. This comes just after the announcement of effective vaccines, and Oxford researchers say their findings are good news because it shows that people won't get it again. At least In the short term as Los Angeles County.
The known unknowns of T cell immunity to COVID-19 - Science
"Covert could find themselves immune to the virus for months or even years. Correspondent Elaine Cobb on new research and you study his fans that immunity and people who recovered from covert 19 lasted several months. The authors of the U. S study, believe immune memory is to thank for that. Antibodies can neutralize the virus. But the T cells and B cells and immune memory can protect from a subsequent infection. Millions
Coronavirus immunity could last more than 6 months, possibly years: study
"Coronavirus may not get it again For years. CBS is Elaine Cobb has a look at some new research just out and you study has found that immunity, and most people who had covered 19 lasted several months, even if they don't have the antibodies that neutralized the virus to study suggests that Indian memory could protect them from a subsequent infection. The U. S study, published online and not yet pure reviewed found The T cells and B cells in immune memory, declined slowly giving hope that once a patient gets over the first weeks of illness, they could be protected from getting sick again. Elaine Cobb, CBS News 1
Shot to Prevent H.I.V. Works Better Than Daily Pill in Women
"What we have some promising news about a treatment to prevent HIV and women researchers have found that a drug to prevent HIV is more effective in women when administered as an injection every two months rather than the current daily pill. The results were so convincing the end of the trial early women and girls account for roughly half of all new HIV infections globally, But in some cases, the numbers are much higher. In sub Saharan Africa, For example, five and six teenage infections are in girls. Elaine Cobb, CBS
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"Today, the president's campaign manager said that they are still very confident that they're gonna win Pennsylvania that they're gonna win Georgia that they're gonna win Arizona. But the math is not necessarily working in the right direction for the president right now, except for perhaps in Arizona, where Joe Biden's lead is shrinking a bit in the Trump campaign announced legal battles in several states, including Nevada, where they want officials to stop counting what they call improper votes. Clark County Registrar Joe Gloria says they're following all the rules going to continue to count. We will not allow anyone to stop us from doing what our duty is in counting about, he says. They may not have them all in until the end of the weekend. 3100 cases yesterday. 2000 today El Paso, Texas is a growing hot spot of covert and it has local doctor. Okay, chica Hallisey sounding the alarm. This is the highest we've ever been, And the unfortunate thing is, there's no known clear end in sight. The latest victim of the pandemic jobs at ESPN correspondent Elaine Cobb with live sports no longer what they used to be. ESPN is telling stuff. It will lay off 300 of them and leave another 200 open positions unfilled. In an internal memo. The company sighted tremendous disruption in have fans consumed sports, and it said it needed to invest more and direct to consumer and digital offerings. Over all. The number of Americans applying for initial unemployment benefits last week ticked down to 750. 1000, according to the Labor Department. That is a slight decline from the previous week. But says bankrate dot coms Mark Hamrick even as employers ad or restore some jobs. They're still ongoing job law, the Pittsburgh Steelers were up to a lot of good. Last night, they bought dinner for election workers counting votes in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Chicken, rigatoni, veggies and even pie for dessert. At the close, the Dow gained 5 42. NASDAQ Up 300 SNP Up 66 This is CBS News. Capital. One is right in the palm of your hand so you can check your balance deposit checks, pay bills and transfer money from your phone with a top rated ABA Get started online anytime. What's in your wallet Capital one and a member of the I C Good.
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"If you think you're drinking too much during the pandemic, there may soon be an APP for that. Studies have shown that regular drinkers have cues that make them want to drink more certain places, sights, smells or social situations all prompt people to seek alcohol. Now, Researchers in Australia are testing a smartphone app called swipe where people can train their own brains. To reduce the pull of those cues. Users can upload specific drinks they want to avoid on then swiped them off the screen whenever they feel the urge. Elaine Cobb, CBS News The Eagles are losing their emergency quarterback with Mork and would abuse Dave You're am Josh McCown was on the Eagles practice squad just in Case Cove in 19 affected the quarterback room. But according to my counts agent Mike McCartney, McCown is joining the Houston Texans active roster. The 41 year old joined the Eagles expanded practice squad shortly before the first game. He held this role from a home in Texas and said back on September 8th be able to kind of distance myself be safe. But You still be able to know, hopefully bring some some virtual value to the team On October 9th Doug Peterson said. Things with McCown were going really well. He's constantly in communication with Carson and the quarterbacks, you know, obviously. Not only in the meetings, but but privately outside of the building, which is which is really good. We'll have to wait and see whether they find another emergency Q. B For that part of their roster. Davey ran K Y W news radio while 25 look at.
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"Can safely voice their emotions about what they see in the daily headlines. Mike DiNardo, Kois heavily news radio 2 48, now Pennsylvania's secretary of health, says Corona virus cases continue to climb and it comes down to individual responsibility to try to limit the spread. Hey, Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Elbert reports, Pennsylvania Health Secretary, Dr Rachel Levine says. While some parts of the state especially the South Eastern counties were able to keep the virus in the lower level during the summer, the predicted fall resurgence is well underway. Case councilor climbing and she's concerned they'll continue to climb. Usually there's a lad but then we see increasing hospitalizations and then tragically. Time later. We start to see increasing death rate, Levine says. While treatments are better testing is more widespread, and there is more protective equipment. This is a very contagious virus. This's a potentially very dangerous virus. She's asking everyone to sign up for the free phone APP Covert alert, which uses Bluetooth to alert users if they've been in close contact. With someone who's tested positive at the suburban bureau Jim Mel Work, K Y. W News Radio. US and Europe are now Cove in 19 hot spots. France is now in its second strict lock down. Portugal is limiting travel between regions that officials in England say new cases there are up 50% on last week as the second wave grips much of Europe. Governments are scrambling to find the right formula that protects people but doesn't shut down the economy. You countries will hold a virtual meeting this evening to try to streamline their approach. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS Paris It's 2 50. We're seeing some improvement on the blue route North bound. We'll get a look at traffic next. Shut the area's largest election and find our lowest prices ever at colonial, marble and granite get a fully installed granite countertop for just 14 99,.
3 dead in 'terrorist' knife attack in French church, second beheading in two weeks
"With France following a deadly knife attack at a church in Nice. Three people were killed, French President Emmanuel Macron said. France is under attack. Correspondent Elaine Cobb has more from Paris, the local mayor said. The attacker yelled Allah wa Akbar! God is great during the attack. The police wounded the man as he fled the scene. He is in custody in the hospital. Counterintelligence agents have now taken charge off the investigation. The France anti terrorism prosecutor
Pope Francis, in Shift for Church, Voices Support for Same-Sex Civil Unions
"It's a sea change of the Catholic Church in a new documentary, Pope Francis's supporting civil unions for same sex couples. An unusually clear expression of support for homosexual couples. Pope Francis back civil union laws, saying gay couples have a right to be legally covered civil union laws are already in place in many countries and states but are rarely is comprehensive his laws on same sex marriage in a new documentary out today, the pope also says homosexuals have a right to be in the church family because news correspondent Elaine Cobb A sudden shift by the church comes as no surprise to those who have carefully tracked. The pope's message is this is something he's thought about for a long time, D. C based Jesuit priest, Reverend Thomas Reese, analyst for Religion News Service because the pope, speaking in a just premier documentary in Rome, is saying that gay people have a right to family when he was Thea bishop of Point of Sarah's in Argentina. He supported the idea of civil unions for gay couples. What is unclear by the pope's remarks, re says is whether the pope is including Children, in his reference to gays having a right to family. Hardly Catholic adoption agencies in the United States Do not allow gays to adopt or foster Children.
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"33 John Mattingly, one of the police officers involved in the killing of Briana Taylor in Louisville, is giving his side of the story publicly for the first time, he tells ABC is good Morning America. He's been frustrated with the way he and his fellow officers are being portrayed. My family has been a victim in this They have had to go on hiding. They have had death threats when somebody sits back from their mansion, accuses somebody they don't know of being a racist and being a dirty cop being a murderer. When that's not the case. That that does affect you. Mattingly said The tailor shooting had nothing to do with race. There was a gunfight after Taylor's boyfriend fired first. Meantime, members of the grand jury that heard the evidence against him and the others are now allowed by a judge to speak about it and why the officers were not indicted in Briana Taylor's death. One juror said they were not presented any charges other than the three endangerment charges. And they did not have homicide offenses explained to them. The grand jury's loan indictment of one police officer Ahn Endangerment charges involve shots fired into a wall of a neighbor's apartment. The French government today issued an order to dissolve the domestic militant Islamic group. This comes after a teacher was attacked on a street near Paris last week was beheaded. The teacher had shown students caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. Police shot and killed the suspect, an 18 year old Moscow born Chechen refugee. Amazon, which has allowed many of its employees to work from home during the pandemic, says they can continue through June of next year. A spokesperson said Amazon continues to prioritize the health of employees and follow local government guidance. They say for employees coming back to the office they've invested significant resource is to allow for physical distancing. They're also doing deep cleaning of offices, as well as temperature checks, face masks and hand sanitizer for employees. Well, the pandemic has a lot of people out of work. We know that now there's concern folks might lose jobs to robots. Reports by the World Economic Forum predict we won't be doing many of today's tasks in five years time. Those tasks will be equally done by machines. Wf managing director Saadia Zadie However, she says, with more of us working online, their new tasks that can only be done by humans so overall, she's hopeful the overall outlook for the future is still positive for people, the report says. 85 million Hobbs will go, but 97 million new ones will replace them. Correspondent Elaine Cobb reporting 64 degree degree still overcast.
Netherlands backs euthanasia for terminally ill children under-12
"People move will allow parents and doctors of terminally ill Children who are suffering and near death to legally end their lives. The Dutch coalition government reached agreement after months of internal talks and will now draft regulations for the practice. Euthanasia is currently legal in the Netherlands for Children older than 12, who Khun give their consent on DH for babies up to a year old with their parent's consent. A medical study found 5 to 10 Children a year would be affected. Elaine Cobb CBS News Your Top Trending stories,
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"Our offers, and actually looking at some of the the the ways to compromise. There hasn't been the same kind of effort on the other side of it from the speaker. Big drug companies your question approval for a possible covert treatment. Eli Lilly in company is asking that Washington officials allow emergency use of an experimental antibody drug based on a new early study. It's suggested the drug reduced a symptoms. The amount of virus hospitalizations and e R visits for patients with mild or moderate Corona virus. CBS's Jim Zula Hurricane Delta is downing trees and power lines on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Forecasters say it could hit Gulf Coast states sometime Friday, too long sought Isis suspects on their way to the U. S. This Allen two men are believed to be part of an Isis foursome known as the Beatles because of their British accents. A law enforcement source confirms to CBS News that they are in transit to the US under scheduled to appear in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia. Later this afternoon. Raphael Shake and Alexander Coty were captured in Syria in 2018. The State Department has accused him of beheading some two dozen hostages, including American journalists, James Foley. Steven Sotloff and aid worker Peter Kassig. Elaine Cobb CBS News Now before there was Daniel Craig walking out of the water and those swimming trunks, there was Ursula Andress, sporting that bikini looking for shells. No, I'm just looking now the ivory colored bikini from that first bond movie is up for auction in Los Angeles with an estimated price of up to $500,000. Theo. Here's calling it the most famous bikini in the world. And who are we to disagree?.
Nobel prize in chemistry goes to the pioneers of CRISPR gene editing
"Of this year's winners of the Nobel Prize for chemistry for her work on a gene editing tool. French scientist Emmanuelle Charpentier and American biochemist Jennifer Tao DNA were awarded the Nobel Prize for developing a gene editing technique. Known as the Chris Burke has nine DNA snipping scissors. The technique means researchers can selectively disabled or change DNA in living cells. It has already contributed to new cancer therapies, and there is hope it can one day help cure inherited diseases. Has also been used to improve crop resilience. Elaine Cobb,
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"Was pulling from Paris. A man spat on her when she refused to give him a cigarette. Elaine Cobb, CBS News parent, University of Michigan, researchers have discovered the average global temperature during the last ice age 20,000 years ago. Here's WW Jay's Michael Cohen. The team was investigating the last glacial maximum frigid period when glaciers covered about half of North America, Europe and South America and many parts of Asia. They found that the average global temperature at the time was 46 F. That's 11 degrees cooler than today's average global temperature. The findings fit with scientific understanding of how the earth's poles react to temperature changes. Michael Cohen, W W. J News Radio 9 50 Sports is next. W W J News time. 9 42 Your eye on health sponsored by Delta Dental. A covert 19 survivor with your eye on health. I'm Dr Deanna Lights. Pastor Gerald Urban may be free from the Corona virus, but his body is still recovering. I've been taking eloquence from a blood clot in one of the clocks in my legs and diminished with the left leg. You have a blood clot. All my joints are aching. Pastor Urban got sick in March and spent three weeks at Ascension ST John Hospital. The 66 year old is grateful to be alive over 30 passes that I know about dying with Kovar. My uncle passed away. One of my best friends passed away, but God spared my life. Let everybody know cautious of what's going on in the world today because this virus is definitely no Joe with your eye on health from the.
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"What you might want the right here that's a Costco worker in Seattle directing shoppers to a vanishing item toilet paper in the state of Washington the death toll is now reached forty in France there are been drastic cutbacks many of Paris's cafes are closed here's CBS's Elaine Cobb which just short of three thousand confirmed cases and sixty one deaths France is currently the sixth worst hit country in the world in an attempt to contain the spread president Emmanuel mackerel announced the crash occurred all nursery schools schools and universities will close from Monday for at least two weeks he also asked businesses to allow staff work from home but said public transport will be maintained Alain called CBS news Paris according to John Hopkins the death toll worldwide now more than fifty eight hundred CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman as you just heard on CBS news countries around the world are resorting to drastic measures to limit the impact of corona virus in many cases Europe European nations are now shutting their borders down Spain has closed down restaurants bars and most other nonessential retail business after several government leaders tested positive for the virus including the wife of the prime minister in France cafes restaurants even the Eiffel clout at tower tower have been closed to running officials admit the virus could overwhelm health facilities in that country one of the hardest hit outside of China nearly thirteen thousand confirmed cases more than six hundred Vitalis though there's some thought the number is actually even higher well in the wake of the world health organization's announcement that this is a global pandemic a top US official says China's deliberate mis handling of the virus is going to cost the world significantly speaking at the heritage foundation national security adviser Robert o'brien was blunt unfortunately rather than using best practices this outbreak and and what was covered up he said there was ample evidence China tried to silence or isolate the doctor's sounding the alarm and as a result it probably cost the world community to months and those two months he said would have given the world time I think we could have dramatically curtailed what happened both in China and what's not happening across the world it's important to note that this comes up as China and the U. S. are fighting over trade and allegations of espionage JJ green WTOP news Democrats Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden campaigns are being forced to go virtual but it does not stop the nation's largest labor union from endorsing its for for Canada at the national education association is throwing its support behind a Joe Biden endorsement came after months of surveying organization members the teachers union has more than three million members and its president calls bite and a tireless advocate for public education stay with us I had on WTOP's spending more time at home it means little ones can get into stuff they shouldn't we have some poison prevention tips coming right up eleven thirty four hi this is Dave Murray managing partner of capital retirement strategies for twenty one years you've heard my invitation to our seminars on retirement strategy for people over fifty five and long term care insurance obviously in today's environment a group gathering of this nature would not be the prudent thing to do at the same time the need for people at or near retirement to put together a comprehensive financial plan has never been greater if you're over fifty five you must have specific investment.
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"Some rain in the area few showers possible south of Saint Louis look for an overnight low in the upper forties CBS news update the president abused his power for his own personal political benefit speaker Nancy Pelosi today directing the Judiciary Committee to draft articles of impeachment against president trump who continues to dismiss the whole effort it's a big fan of explosives and commenting on what the articles might look like but CBS news political analyst Larry Sabato is there will certainly be to obstruction of justice and abuse of public office but there may well be more than two in fact to obstruction of justice could be divided into several potentially yes the house votes to impeach the Senate will hold a trial on whether to remove the president Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson one month would be ample if that's what they wanted to so the real question is what to the Republicans thing will be to their strategic advantage to have with regard to the Senate trial because they control that CBS news update on camp Coulter came X. news time five thirty to the justice department today unsealed charges against two Russian men in a multi million dollar malware scheme CBS news Chief Justice in homeland security correspondent Jeff the case says authorities described this as one of the worst computer hacking and bank fraud schemes of the past decade the people who investigators say is behind this operation they call themselves evil court they show this group operating brazenly they spend the stolen money that they steal from people here in the United States and across the globe they spend it really buying hundred thousand dollar plus carvers Lamborghinis and in one video we see in one of the people in this gang doing doughnuts on the streets of Russia police clashed with rioters on the sidelines of a protest rally in Paris as massive public sector strikes have brought Paris have bought France to a standstill today CBS news correspondent Elaine Cobb.
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"Time one thirty four around the world at least three people dead in Paris after a gas leak near a bakery led to an explosion in the French capital. Correspondent Elaine Cobb is there. Some two hundred firefighters battled the flames two of them were killed in. The explosion a Spanish tourist is also dead while dozens of wounded residents retreated on the street, I'm violences and helicopters to the most seriously injured victims to hospital fighters have remained at the site to search for other potential victims amid a mountain of debris and wrecked. Cars. This will be a critical week. For the future of Brexit. Brexit might not happen as increased according to senior lawmakers if Prime Minister Theresa May's deal with the EU is defeated Tuesday as expected parliament could try to take control away from me and kill the UK's divorced from the EU or caller fresh public vote. The prime minister warns this would undermine British democracy. A majority of British voted for Brexit in two thousand sixteen. Larry Miller CBS news London efforts to legalize marijuana for recreational use in New York are gaining steam and governor Andrew Cuomo predicts the Bill will pass this year. But while there's wide agreement about legalisation shops to shell shops to sell pot wouldn't be opening anytime soon because there's no consensus on a long list of details that need to be worked out. I think third approving taxes and regulations as well. As a process to licensed retailers and the possible formation of government entity to oversee it and among the evidence recovered from the home of a man who shot and killed a rookie, California police officer or. For to unregistered guns and a letter claiming police had been bombarding him with ultrasonic waves police in the city of Davis released the letter they say was written by Kevin Limbaugh. The forty eight year old killed himself after shooting officer shooting and killing officer Natalie corona limbo, wrote police targeted him with ultrasonic waves for years and said, quote, I can't live this way anymore. A reminder the only place to stream WBZ M is on the radio dot com app. Download it today. Listen wherever you go. Coming up, low gas prices, traffic and weather together. WBZ news time one thirty six at Walgreens, we.
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"Elaine Cobb at the art details in Paris foundations of demonstrations in yellow vests are around the class and on the show. They've been in face offs with the police on several of the avenues leading up to the arc. The faceoffs have been mostly peaceful, but the police are using tear-gas grenades occasionally just to make sure the crowd. Stay back. Jim taylor. CBS news. I'm nightclub in Italy was the scene of a terrifying stampede of mostly panicked. Teens were there to watch a concert. These six are dead. Fifty others are injured stampede erupted at the pipeline disco in the small town of coding now. Deniro and corner when someone sprayed a substance similar to pepper spray. The nightclub was full of youngsters waiting for the start of a concert by Italian rappers fed a bus stop in the panic. Young people ran for the exits to the club, but it remains unclear whether emergency exits we're all working Sumita Castell Franko CBS years ram that appears President Trump's former personal attorney and fixer as going away for a while. Here's correspondent limit. Kenyan federal prosecutors say Cohen should serve significant prison time for tax evasion. Orchestrating hush money payments online to congress. He scheduled to be sentenced on December twelfth on those charges even as special counsel. Robert Muller is recommending Cohen get some credit for cooperating with the Russia probe. In fact, Muller says Cohen has met seven times with his team investigating Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential election, and that he has provided what he called relevant and useful information about his recent contacts with people at the White House. The prosecutors in New York though, countered that Cohen declined to cooperate in all aspects of their investigation and should not receive full credit. Linda Kenyon, Washington local expert on public policy believes the US Senate will follow through and approved President Trump's nomination of former attorney general William bar that had the Justice department. Here's came out of his Steve Talbot Drexel University. Professor doctor Bill Rosenberg, thanks. William bar is deeply experienced attorney. Who understands the law, but Rosenberg says bar has been publicly critical of the Russia probe. But the question is what he really. We ended our conceal the report it appears that's probably not the case. This Trump also nominated State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert as the next US ambassador to the United Nations. He's a former Fox News host Rosenberg note. She has virtually no diplomatic experience. She fits the model that the president seems to employ about either bringing in news analysts were shine Bolton Kudlow now would replace Nikki Haley at the UN Rosenberg says while Haley did not initially have foreign policy experience. At least Haley was twice elected governor of South Carolina. Steve Taiwa, KYW NewsRadio. Seven news time five thirty seven sports report brought to you by south this. I'm years. We try some years we trust. What never changes how.
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"About him. He tried to get good for the country. I think he was well respected. I think is a good president a good family, man. That's for sure. Carried on throughout his case. He's a good guy. Unfiled like, son, voted them will good as to how he compares to. Our current president kept some of his thoughts to himself. Because it's no world wherein. The only comment I got that. I could share with you on the radio at Grand Central station. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty. I remember then vice President Bush throwing out the first pitch at say's chase stadium to start the nineteen eighty eight season. And it was because his fellow yearly. Ron darling was pitching that day. Tonight at seven o'clock on CBS. They'll be a sixty minutes tribute to the forty first president, nor O'Donnell's special. Doubling segment will feature separate interviews with presidents, George W Bush Bill Clinton number rock Obama sharing their personal experiences. The report also contains interviews with former secretary of state James, Baker and biographer, Jon Meacham, you can hear sixty minutes right here on WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty President Trump met with China's president Xi Jinping for nearly two and a half hours in their first toxin says trade war erupted earlier this year. Advisor. Larry cudlow said the meeting a working dinner after the twenty summit in Buenos Aires had gone. Very well without giving details a Chinese journalists quoted by Reuters said the talks had apparently gone, well and consensus was reached according to the White House. President Trump has agreed to temporarily suspend his trade war with China holding off on raising tariffs on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports for ninety days while she agreed to by US farm product and designate a controlled substance. President Trump says he will not sign any budget Bill that does not include a border wall. And that he's willing to shut down the government. If congress doesn't give him the funds. Julia Manchester as a reporter for the hill. She says President Trump is supposed to meet with democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, minority leader Chuck Schumer has floated this one point six billion dollar spending deal on that would include some concessions for President Trump's immigration policies. However, I think Republicans really want that five billion dollar deal that would include even more funding for barriers and border wall. That's. Jillian, manchester. A reporter for the hill for the third straight weekend yellow jacket. Protesters are fighting with riot police in the streets of central Paris over raising taxes, and the high cost of living CBS's, Elaine Cobb is there were not very.
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"The hour. Presented by Liberty Mutual insurance. Piper firefighters across California are battling three major fires that a force nearly three hundred thousand people out of their homes in the southern California town of Calabasas this man is trying to get home to his wife within a mile of our neighborhood. But you can't get passed on that road goes on for at least nine people have been killed by the wildfire in the northern California town of paradise sixty seven hundred structures are destroyed their KCBS radios Meghan gold speed on where people are going in the first few hours at the evacuation centers were being set up people from neighborhoods down the hill from where this fire started. We're coming to the evacuation centers trying to find out what they could do for their neighbors up the hill bringing water food. They didn't have to put a call out for help. Unfortunately, we've been through a lot of these fires in California and people spring to action to help. However, they can police have not yet determined a motive for Wednesday night's rampage at. Borderline bar and grill in Thousand Oaks, California. Twelve people were killed and CBS's Carter. Evans speaks to a friend of the gunman. Todd Stratton was there Wednesday night. I had in my head the whole time how the profile that mass shooter is find out it's your friend, and it's and it doesn't fit because I know this person he'd been friends with long for eleven years. And he says he thought long might be suffering from PTSD when he came back from deployment in Afghanistan in two thousand thirteen President Trump is in Paris for events marking the one hundred hundred nursery of the is that ended World War One. I'm Elaine Cobb.
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"As the tour de france gets underway some fans are furious because of doping accusations against the reigning champ more from paris cbs's elaine cobb tour titleholder chris fru was booed at a prerace event a doping case against the british writer was dropped that many fans felt this should have been a full investigation friend denied doping and rosen lamont he would never dishonor the race leader's yellow jersey that he'll be wearing for this first stage riders from thirteen nations will take part in the race which ends on the show in paris july twenty nine elaine cobb cbs news power we now know why chris singer chris brown was arrested as he came off stage thursday night in west palm beach police say there was an outstanding ward after he allegedly punched a photographer who'd been hired to take pictures at an event that he hosted last year in tampa i'm peter king cbs news six oh five at the bay area's news station kcbs close to three digits in some inland spots today good morning i'm john bristow and here's what's happening firefighters in santa clara at the scene of a three alarm structure fire broke out around one o'clock this morning at a vacant building in the forty five hundred block of stevens creek boulevard they former home of the by the bucket restaurant crews put out that fire but we'll stay on scene throughout the morning to put out hotspots now reports of any injuries and the cause of that fire is still being investigated the golden gate park golf course clubhouse will not have to be demolished kcbs has megan goldfine reports it was so badly damaged in a fire on monday that it was red tagged the clubhouse had a long history the course than the courthouse were were built in nineteen fifty one on i think it followed a very long 'push that began really in the early nineteen hundreds to accommodate a golf course in the park there are madeleine speaks for the san francisco recreation and parks departments first order of business is to make sure the site is safe which means removing all of the debris from the fire and the remnants of the old building and then in order to open the golf course we need to have some facility there that allows people to make reservations and check in and pay green fees and ask questions so we're working to get that set up as soon as possible so we can get the course reopened for the public which they are hoping to by the end of this month as far as what will ultimately go up in its place that question is really a planning and budget question that we haven't yet tackled what we're focused on now is getting something there quickly the city is losing money while the courses closed but not a lot of it says madeleine and it's really about opening up the opportunity for golfers who don't have a lot of money for the golf courses youth program which was run out of that clubhouse fire investigators still aren't sure how the fire started making gold speak kcbs one person's died in a fast moving blaze near the california oregon border cal fire says the identification of the person's not being released yet until next of kin can be notified forty buildings near horn brooke hundreds of others are threatened in this fire in siskiyou county it's burned more than ninety six hundred acres only five percent contained authorities our estimating at least twenty homes have burned in the southern california wildfire raging in.
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"A similar show in paris that closed earlier this year became one of the city's most visited of all time the show traces the evolution of the fashion house that launched in nineteen forty seven address some of hollywood's most iconic stars when did you let cbs news in france the illegal immigrant dubbed spiderman for daring rescue is now legal and working the twenty two year old molly and caught the eye of the paris fire chief when he scaled an apartment building to rescue a four year old dialing from a balcony the fire chief said he would be welcome in his service and yesterday mamadou gassama began his ten month volunteer contract he had to wait for residency papers i they were fast tracked at the order of president macron he set to become a french citizen very soon and then he can become a full time firefighter elaine cobb cbs news paris a national brand dry salad dressing is the target of a recall due to mislabeling new jerseybased pinnacle foods is recalling fifteen two bottles of wishbone house italian salad dressing some of the packages don't show that they contain milk and eggs which can cause severe allergic reactions in some people illnesses have been reported so far the recall involves almost eight thousand cases of the drafting a best selling drugs among dozens and dozens that are going up in price may well fuel the backlash over soaring costs of medicines in america pfizer is raising the prices of one hundred of its products including biogra this just weeks after president trump claimed the pharmaceuticals industry was about to implement massive voluntary reductions no such announcements have since transpired in most cases the pfizer increases are just over nine percent that is well above the rate of inflation jim taylor cbs news josh lewis has sports next wbz news time nine forty four.
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"To sleepnumber dot com cbs news expect more indepth investigations people could die because an ambulance doesn't get to them in time expect more answers he's a better battling cancer kept in the dark about drinking contaminated water base expect more accountability while we expelled raises a critical question in the case expect more results they ripped me off and they took advantage of make we're gonna get this fixed radio cbs news expect more wbz news time eight forty two the prison breakout of a career criminal in france seems to be right out of hollywood investigators are questioning redwing fades brother who was with him in the visitors room from where he escaped in the spectacular jailbreak a helicopter landed in the only part of the prison courtyard not covered by netting heavily armed men jumped out and set off smoke grenades and helped the career thief escape it all took just minutes fade who previous dynamited his way out of the 'nother prison was later spotted on security cameras in a white van but he is still at large elaine cobb cbs news paris new technology leads anyone make videos of real people appearing to see say things they've never said he uses facial mapping and artificial intelligence to produce videos that appear so genuine it's hard to spot what's phony that's concerned that the bogus videos called deep fakes to be used to threaten national security interfere in us elections sports real sports coming up wbz news time eight forty three well international soccer tournaments might try nothing rallies the world.
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"The styles you love for less we keep an eye on the cameras so you can keep an eye on the road traffic on the twos on kyw newsradio came into the news time one thirty nine the donald trump stormy daniels saga has taken yet another turn as it has done frequently the last couple of years saturday night live open with donald trump sketch this one featuring not only alec baldwin as the president but a large cast playing people involved in the multiple investigations involving mr trump and one of those people playing herself come on stormy stop making such a big deal about this everyone knows it's just an act i work in adult films we're not really known for our acting stormy daniels now best known for various lawsuits against the president and one of his lawyers tom foty cbs news washington right now sixty six degrees news time one forty there's anger in france after president trump claimed at an nra rally that armed civilians could have saved victims of the coordinated terror attacks in paris november of two thousand fifteen that left one hundred thirty people dead and hundreds wounded president trump's comments and mimicking of the shootings have been roundly criticized here as disrespectful and obscene and them down one by one come over here come over here french people took to social media to express their horror and revulsion calling the president's display in decent and ignorant former president francois alone who was head of state at the time said it was shameful and obscene one hundred thirty people died in the wave of attacks by gunmen wearing suicide vests elaine cobb cbs news paris night what's inside from building muscle to finding the best multis get the.