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"A COVID mask is a conventional sanitation measure although no longer required by law the CDC continues to recommend masks on trains planes and other public transport CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb Coming up in money news The Dow is down 350 points Determined to travel even with rising airfares I'm Jeff cueball It's 1148 Free to castle is in the WTO traffic center Right now in Virginia on eastbound 66 delays coming from route 50 headed past one 23 this is still the crash cleanup along the left side of the roadway to right lanes are getting you by but still a pretty sizable backup You're going to need to give yourself some extra time to get through If you're on the beltway delays in both directions headed toward 29 and merrifield the outer loop slows before 66 the inner loop slows after route 50 headed past the scene not sure if there's something going on there affecting both sides of the roadway Outer loop in prince George's county the delays from two O two headed toward route 50 You'll also find the inner loop at the ramp to northbound 95 in Maryland collars with described a vehicle that went off the roadway to the right there not quite on the ramp to northbound 95 so both sides can probably see it not sure if response is showing up to the scene but starting to see a little bit of volume trying to get onto that ramp to northbound 95 No problems getting across the bay bridge in either direction we did have the work reported branch avenue at birch hill and earnshaw watch for redirection While in the district southbound D.C. two 95 slows from bening past these capital street Northbound slows passing Pennsylvania avenue and southbound I two 95 between the suitland Parkway and Malcolm X avenue watch for the paving project taking a lane Southbound 95 slows in newington northbound slows from lorton into newington watch for work near the fairfax county Parkway in either direction Forbes home just named gutter helmet the number one best gutter garden in America Call now for a free estimate and mention radio 20 to save 20% call 8 8 8 5 helmet I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic Now the Han forecast from storm team four's mic staniford Record high for this afternoon at dulles airport is 95 at Reagan national BWI Marshall in 98 and those records are in.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

"Thing is that we defend an advanced freedom and democracy That is the main topic of the discussion at the G 7 this weekend We can not have short term economic gain at the expense of our long-term freedom and democracy Russia's military escalation has dominated talks among G 7 foreign ministers meeting in Liverpool They are calling on Russia to deescalate pursue diplomatic channels and abide by its international commitments on transparency of military activities 6 years ago most of the world signed on to the Paris climate accord It really was an exciting moment As then Secretary of State John Kerry signed the Paris agreement for the U.S. nearly 200 nations pledge to work to keep global temperatures at 1.5°C above pre industrial times Scientists say that threshold is an absolute minimum to avoid catastrophic climate change We're not moving there fast enough but we are moving in the right direction Carrie was back in Paris this week as part of a whistle stop tour of Europe to show the U.S. is back Elaine Cobb CBS News Paris and Chris Wallace is leaving Fox News he announced his departure at the end of Sunday's Fox News Sunday broadcast It's been a great ride We've covered 5 presidential elections interviewed every president since George H. W. Bush Traveled the world sitting down with France's Emmanuel Macron and Russia's Vladimir Putin And I got into spend Sunday mornings with you It may sound.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:52 min | 10 months ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Elaine Cobb. CBS NEWS PARIS, The 20th anniversary of 9 11 is just three days away, and the man who says he organized the terror attacks just made his first public appearance in months. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four co defendants are accused of helping hijackers attended military court hearing in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. CBS's Catherine had ridge with more I was about 15 yards from Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. The self described architect of the attacks. He looked much older, thinner, his beard long and grey tinted an orangey red on the sides as the lead defendant. He sits closest to the military judge. I was already out of the courtroom, but at one point, he waved to at least one journalist. The trial for the men comes as New York authorities identify the remains of two more victims of the 9 11 attacks 20 years later. Three communities in western Massachusetts are teaming up to combat allowed and dangerous problem WBZ. John Bay back is in the Springfield bureau, the three community Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke, all with high volumes of illegal dirt bikers, making life miserable for drivers and even people walking down the middle of the street. The communities, all proposing measures that would allow them to restrict the sale of gasoline for the illegal vehicles. But one gas station owner Bob Baltic of Pride Gas Station, says that while it all sounds reasonable, all gas station owners are united in their opposition. Measure calls for clerks to enforce the ordinance, Baldick says. That's a police duty, though, and something that his teenage clerk should stay far away from no word on when any of the hearing dates have been set for. In the Springfield bureau. John Buyback WBZ Boston's NewsRadio It's 10 20. Britney.

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Study Finds Excessive Coffee Shrinks Your Brain, Increases Dementia Risk

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00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Study Finds Excessive Coffee Shrinks Your Brain, Increases Dementia Risk

"Coffee and what it does to your body. If you drink six or more cups of coffee a day, you could be at risk of developing dementia or having a stroke and Australian study of 17,000 people found drinking that much was also associated with brain shrinkage. The researchers advised moderation and suggest we do like the Italians. And drink a small glass of water with each cup of Joe Elaine Cobb, CBS News

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

"Weeks. That is between shots, although the recommended time is three weeks for five years, Vaccine four for the modern a vaccine. The updated guidance appears to clarify earlier language that said there was no maximum time between shots. Britain's prime minister says the new English variant of covert 19 may be associated with a higher level a level of mortality, although he's also pointing to evidence showing both vaccines being used in the country are effective against it. Boris Johnson's warning about the new variant, which was Fight in England late last year came is a fresh blower after earlier news of number of nuke over 19 infections in the U. K was estimate made it to be shrinking by as much as 4% of Day. England and Scotland announced new restrictions earlier this month in hopes of stemming a surgeon case is fueled by the highly transmissible new variant of the virus. Meantime, there is anger in Europe, where Fizer has reduced deliveries of its covert vaccine. Countries across Europe are receiving up to 50% fewer vaccine doses that They had been promised now easily is threatening legal action against Fizer, which surprised everyone last week with the news. It was slowing deliveries while it up scaled its plant in Belgium in France, already hit by organizational delays, and its vaccine rollout centers across the country have closed again because they've had no deliveries. Elaine Cobb, CBS News Paris who 52 the phone keeps ringing in a market in a tiny town in western Maryland, not just with food orders, but because it's sold the winning Powerball ticket worth $731 million Should. Ravens cropped owns the Cockney market in Lona Koning, Maryland, The old Iron and coal town has a population of 1214 people. He got a call Thursday morning from the lottery commission that the winning ticket was sold it his market. And there was a little something for him to that bonus with the $100,000, he says. The first thing he'll do with $100,000 bonuses, pay taxes on it. I'm going Tol calculate how much to give to my employees, and then I'm going to keep the balance and do some improvements on the story. But he says he doesn't have a hunch who bought.

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A Girl Scout calls out child-labor link in Girl Scout cookies

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

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

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Pierre Cardin Was the First Frenchman to Open a Business in Communist China

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

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,

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And emissions reductions on track. Elaine Cobb, CBS News well to the relief of many down South in particular, a very busy storm season in the Atlantic, is finally over. This storm season gave birth to an unprecedented 30 names. Storms 13 hurricanes, six of them Category three or above and it's quietly come to its official clothes as we hear from ABC is Jim Ryan, bearing names like Arthur Marco Alfa, Ohio to the storms of 2020 are blamed for more than 400 deaths and $41 billion in damage. Especially hard hit was Louisiana, where five named storms made landfall and within Louisiana, the city of Lake Charles took a pounding. We've had two storms and 15 years and now we have two storms in six weeks. Victoria Huber lives in Lake Charles. Some of her neighbors have decided to relocate their southwest Louisiana homes rendered uninhabitable by hurricanes Laura and Delta. Generally in ABC News Well. Last night wind gusts reached up to 70 Miles an hour, making the job of Brockton firefighters trying to put out a house fire that much harder. When firefighters arrived on scene before midnight. Flames were visible from the two family home on Crescent Straight rocked him. Fire Chief Michael Williams called this fire one of the toughest he's ever fought because of the wind gusts. Luckily No one was injured. So I'm checking on the power outage map for you because I know some of you like to know once my power coming back on E can't answer that. But I can tell you it's been whittled down from the peak, which was roughly 50,000. Certainly, by the time we woke up this morning, it was starting to go down. Right now It's down to 1176 power outages across the state. It's 1 21. Traffic and weather together are straight ahead. Make WBZ news radio part of your morning routine alarm set for 6 a.m. to WBZ News radio 10 30 from my heart radio Mark Speaker When you first wake up P. V Z radio in your car on the way.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A digging deep waste company Workers in Brockton go Dumpster diving and emerge as unlikely heroes like Adriana was devastated when one of his prized ice skates was accidentally thrown in a dumpster. After the fire in his apartment building in Marshfield, he was supposed to play in a charity game against the Boston Bruins alumni. A few days later, Cogley Otto thought the skate was gone forever. But two workers at Graham Waste in Brockton, where the Dumpster was sent her to be Out the law skate and scoured through the dumpster for two hours until they found it took time out of the wrong date. Someone they didn't even know if it's a pretty unusual person. That's a very giving person speechless fired. Mike asked the workers and the wrapper and Peter Malone for one more small favor. Haven't signed this, Kate. I thought it was the neatest thing. Kevin Tom, a Cliff WBZ Boston's news radio, moving at lightning speed. The effort to cut down coronavirus. CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb has more on some developing news this morning Finder says Final results from Trials show Its vaccine is 95% effective against the coronavirus. The company plans to apply for authorization for emergency use in the U. S within days, but it will likely be months before it's available to the public. Vote with German partner Bio and take the vaccine was effective in all ages and ethnicities on there were no major side effects. The one disadvantage is it needs to be stored and transported at ultra cold temperatures. Elaine Cobb CBS News, Some warnings come with the hope there. Meantime, you taken off for the holidays some peace of mind before boarding that airplane. British Airways introduces coronavirus tests on some transatlantic flights to share ways has announced that the airline will start voluntary testing of passengers flying to London Heathrow Airport from three U. S airports starting next week. Covert 19 tests will be offered 72 hours before departure in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas. On arrival in London and three days after arrival. In this way, BA hopes to convince the U. K government to do away with quarantine rules. Sabina Castle. Franco's CBS News London. Good morning 7 49 Bright sunshine Here in Boston, just 30 degrees, The pandemic is not enough to stop an annual fundraiser benefiting chronically ill patients. They've got a little saying at the nonprofit headquarters and JP the community serving the community, which is why they're fundraisers, particularly this one. Offer multitudes of ways to help you convey CA pi or sell a pie by one. Deliver or donate. It's all about a call to help others, according to David Waters. Unity serving CEO. We all have a role to play, whether we peel carrots or by apartheid or make a significant donation to make sure that no one is for gotten during the holiday season. And particularly during this very scary time of Kobe. I think it is such an easy way for us to do something meaningful with a huge impact. Chris Mama WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Eye in the Sky fundraiser every year, 7 50, now soaring covert numbers, forcing the closures of the Attleboro public Library and Town Hall and Seekonk. Attleboro Mayor Paul LaRue says seven city workers of contracting the virus another 10 are being tested right now. Elsewhere. The town hall in the hunt is temporarily shut down after two workers their test positive for covert. The.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

"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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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are scrambling to make sure the residents have a stable and ready polling location for the election on Tuesday. Goal here is to identify those polling locations as soon as possible. They're not going to be able to be in service on Tuesday, so we have an opportunity. To have an alternate location Selective. Many traditions have been scrapped because of the covert 19 pandemic. CBS's Elaine Cobb tells us overseas. Some election traditions are taking a back seat this time around. It's been a tradition since 1920 for election night at Harry's New York bar in Paris, but with France on lock down, the bar is closed and expats will have to follow polling on TV at home. The highlight was a straw poll of American residents that was almost always write another well known president. Predictor bloody and the bare in a Siberian zoo has already cast his vote for Joe Biden. Elaine Cobb, CBS News parents is the last day for early voting in Massachusetts, Americans have been early voting in record numbers. Through the roof. Those numbers some concerns. However, whichever side you're on these big numbers should be encouraging to anyone worried about civic participation. But there's also a downside. Widespread concern that the Postal Service won't deliver their ballot on time or worry that their ballot won't be counted because of a signature problem or other requirements that might vary from state to state matters. CBS News Political analyst Leonard Steinhorn state and federal officials in New Hampshire say they're prepared for Election Day The Attorney general's office will operate on Election Day hotline. From six in the morning to Naina died to handle concerns or questions and cities nationally or giving up for election day in case there is unrest. ABC is Alex Stone tells US one of the ritziest areas in the country is going beyond what many others are doing in Beverly Hills, which has been the site of repeated political protest for weeks, Rodeo Drive is being closed off on election day stores were being told they should board up. Beverly Hills Police will have all officers on duty. It's bringing in an extra SWAT team from another department and its hiring private security to augment police Lieutenant Max Subin. All these different research helped the Beverly Hills Police Department near by the LAPD. Six officers were getting ongoing training on crowd control for possible protests like Stone. ABC News LOS Angeles, A notorious murder case in Connecticut involving a Kennedy cousin is over 45 years later, Connecticut's chief state's attorney declined Retry Michael Skakel, the Kennedy relative who had been convicted of murdering his neighbor, Martha Moxley in 1975 and later saw the conviction vacated. The state can no longer prove the case because too many witnesses have died. Moxley's brother, John said he and his family are at peace. I don't think Michael stay poor devil. I think that it's something great. Prosecutors believe Moxley rejected Skakel's advances when they were both 15. Skakel served 11 years before his.

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Pope Francis, in Shift for Church, Voices Support for Same-Sex Civil Unions

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

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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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Into whether a Providence police cruiser hit a hophead Sunday afternoon, Mayor or hey, Eliza wants a fair investigation. My role throughout this entire incident and investigation will be first and foremost. Ensuring that we have a full, fair, honest, transparent investigation into what happened just a few days ago to accomplish that. We've also reached out to the attorney general's office instead of either resisting or waiting for them to come now. We reached out and invited them to be part of this process to ensure that we have A second independent set of eyes to make sure that we could be as transparent and inspires much confidence and trust in the public that this investigation is indeed full fare professional and honest. Jamal Gonsalves was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after the crash, which occurred his police were trying to contain hundreds of off road vehicles that took to the city's streets. As working from home continues. Many are feeling the flipside of living in a leafy suburb as we hear from CBS's Lane cop that's the sound of a leaf blower usually heard only on weekends or while you were at work. Now, people are fitting those garden chores into their working day and annoying the neighbours. Others are busy building patios or landscaping, making the most of being at home. But it's driving those not on the same timetable Crazy with official complaints more than doubling in some areas. Elaine Cobb, CBS News Countdown is on. People want their places open. 2020 presidential election knew determine the outcome of this election. What will we know? And when will we know it? I paid 27.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A Cambridge savings bank expect a quick response throughout the entire mortgage process. Member F D I C member DF equal housing Lender and MLS number 543370 No Good morning. It's 6 55 on the Ring Central News line this Wednesday another change in plans for schools and Massachusetts this time in Westwood. Hybrid learning turned remote for students in Westwood after a staff member at the thirst in middle school tested positive for covert 19, according to Superintendent Emily Works. This is the first instance that a staff member was in school and tested positive. The same day. Those last three words the same day written in italics in a letter pen to families Chris Mama W. B. C. Boston's NewsRadio, Millions of people have lost their jobs because of the Corona virus pandemic about the mega rich just keep getting richer despite the severe blow two economies around the globe. The world's 500. Richest people are now a combined $800 billion richer than at the start of the year. Technology and healthcare billionaires have done particularly well. 2020 Billionaires Insights report found that innovators and disruptors fared best Amazon's Jeff Basis and Tesla's Elon Musk added some $60 billion to their net worth while cutting employee's salaries and jobs. Elaine Cobb, CBS News of These Workers may not be rich, but they cater to many of them casino workers in Rhode Island or going back on the job, the company that runs twin Rivers, two locations. Has rehired two thirds of its furloughed and since laid off workers that's about 2000 jobs. The casinos in Lincoln and intimate in just a stone's throw from the Massachusetts State line have gotten permission from the state of Rhode Island to run 24 7 on the weekends. Little bit of sun as we start our Wednesday in Boston.

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Federal judge rules against Trump admin, says 2020 census must continue for another month

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Federal judge rules against Trump admin, says 2020 census must continue for another month

"Federal judge has ruled the sense of the census must continue for another month. Instead of finishing up next week, the judge rules that a shortened schedule could produce inaccurate results. And ordered the Census Bureau to keep going until end October, a coalition of civil rights groups and local governments had sued the bureau, arguing a shortened schedule would undercount residents in minority and hard to count communities. The once a decade head count of all U. S residents helps determine how federal money is spent on how many congressional seats each state gets. Elaine Cobb CBS News

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"She sets a milestone the first woman in American history to lie in state in the U. S. Capitol. And how about the chance to be at the same wedding as r V G double BBC's Drew Mulholland with that It happened in the late nineties for Mary Maguire, the spokeswoman for Triple A Herd for many years, right here on BBC news radio. It was a beautiful day She was standing on a little bridge officiating the wedding as I recall, and she was very warm, articulate and well spoken, as you would certainly expect. The story goes that Justice Ginsburg was very close with someone that McGuire was very close with, and she says there is one A moment from the reception that forever stuck with her. Mary, along with her husband walked right up to RBG. We were obviously completely thrilled. It was funny, because years later, we watched the RPG documentary, which actually and several minutes talking about the fact that Justice Ginsburg was never found a small talk, and she says it was certainly small talk. A moment. Mary Maguire will never forget your mojo and W B z Boston's news radio A federal judge rules the census must continue for another month to judge rules that a shortened schedule could produce inaccurate results and ordered the Census Bureau to keep going until end October. A coalition of civil rights groups and local governments had sued the bureau, arguing a shortened schedule would undercount residents in minority and hard to count communities. So once a decade head count of all U. S residents helps determine how federal money is spent on how many congressional seats each state gets. Elaine Cobb CBS News Make tell you easy..

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Very cool, Final weekend of summer coming up where it will struggle to get to 60 degrees in many locations, But the sunshine is going to be back tomorrow. Sunday and into Monday. First official day of fall comes Tuesday and by then I'll be back in the seventies. Wouldn't you know it 61 right now. In Boston at 706, the W. H O warns that Europe is facing a very serious situation as the number of weekly corona virus cases climbs higher. Then, at its peak in March, the World Health Organization says more than half of European countries have registered a 10% or higher rising infections. Over the past two weeks, the region top 300,000 weekly recorded cases for the first time, taking the numbers higher than the March peak. Some of that is due to increased testing, and most new cases have few or no symptoms. But the W. H O says they also show alarming rates of transmission across the region. Elaine Cobb, CBS News Paris time. Dr Anthony Fauci is adding his voice to the mix of those warning that a second wave of the Corona virus combined with a flu outbreak, But he actually bring some good news finally possible that despite The fear that we were gonna have a double whammy, namely, flu season superimposed upon a continuation of covert 19. That may not be the case. Douchey appearing on W. T O P Radio in Washington, D C says we cannot let our guard down, but cases of the flu are way down. In the Southern Hemisphere This year, he says measures to prevent Cove it may have had a ripple effect. A deadly shooting in Charlestown. Overnight. Boston.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Election Day. It's a move, supporters say will save lives, but critics claim is a political ploy. In a test of the voting system, President Trump tells voters in North Carolina to cast ballots twice by mail and in person, which is not only illegal. It's a felony in that state still too close to call. A Suffolk County judge allows counting to continue in the Democratic race to take Joe Kennedy seat in the House. Another close call. This time A man is recovering from injuries in Waltham after a flying manhole cover slams into the side of his car. Terrorism on trial in France. More than a dozen are facing charges in the day deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks dating to 2015 CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb has details in Paris 11 Week trial will trace how two brothers plotted the deadly attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo. And how they closely coordinated their movements with the man who killed a policewoman and then took people hostage in a Jewish supermarket. 17 people were killed in the three days of attacks on trial, or 14, people charged with helping the three Attackers. They face sentences of between 10 years and life in prison. Elaine called CBS News Paris trial expected to last until November, an investigation now under way in Maine. After a Charles Town man is found dead on Little Deer Isle 82 year old William Lamb had been reported missing by his wife after failing to return from a trip. In his rowboat in Penobscot Bay..

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

"More show coming to daytime. It's got my name on it. But it's all about premiere September 14th go to the Drew Barrymore show dot com for where to watch. It's 11 36. The trial of more than a dozen people accused of helping gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket more than five years ago, started just today in Paris. The 11 week trial will trace how two brothers plotted the deadly attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo. And how they closely coordinated their movements with the man who killed a policewoman and then took people hostage in a Jewish supermarket. 17 people were killed in the three days of attacks on trial, or 14, people charged with helping the three Attackers they face sentences of between 10 Years and life in prison. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS PARIS, Americans can now get a better idea of where driverless vehicles are being tested the new online map from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In shows data about autonomous testing on public roads in 17 cities. So far, 10 companies in nine states have signed up to be in the map Pilot project. But critics say maps rely on data that is voluntarily submitted and could leave out information on crashes or other problems Coming up on W. T F. He will tell you why O. M B is looking into cutting funds to big cities run by Democrats, including D. C. It's 11 37 Alan Washington Hiring could be challenging. But ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy way talk to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for a pivotal role in her company, G s group as the owner of a construction company finding the right people..

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Canadian prime minister Trudeau says he'll talk to president trump about the U. S. decision not to export in ninety five protection mass we are not looking at a retaliatory measures or are measures that are punitive we know that it is in both of our interests to continue to work collaboratively and cooperatively for cooperatively to keep our citizens safe and that's very much of the tenor of our conversations and I'm confident that we're going to get there the number of people infected in the U. S. S. top three hundred thousand with the death toll climbing past eight thousand CBS news correspondent Elaine Cobb tells us about what appears to have been a terrorist attack in France a man in his thirties attacked several people in the small town of home series there early Saturday the local butchers husband said the man of Sudanese origin pushed behind the counter of her shop to grab a butcher's knife with which he attacked and killed a customer he fled but attacked six more people in different locations killing one of them police arrested him as he was kneeling in prayer on the street counterterrorist investigators have now taken over the case Elaine Cobb CBS news Paris I was involved are still searching the Chesapeake Bay for the bodies of the daughter and grandson of former Maryland lieutenant governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend the missing canoeist right now to fight is Maeve Kennedy Townsend came forty years old when her eight year old son Gideon police say the two may have been paddling the canoe from my home in shady side Maryland trying to retrieve a ball and then they just couldn't make it back to shore.

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WTOP

"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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Officials try to determine motive in Paris stabbing attack

Brett Winterble

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Officials try to determine motive in Paris stabbing attack

"News a French police union official says for police officers have died in a knife attack carried out by an administrator at the Paris police headquarters CBS news Elaine Cobb has the story armed with a knife the long time police employee carried out the stabbings in a number of locations inside Paris police headquarters he killed four people before he was shot dead his motives are unknown the attack comes a day after thousands of French police took to the streets of the capital to denounce difficult working conditions unpaid overtime and high suicide rates Alain Cobb CBS news

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"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"elaine cobb" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"America runs on Dunkin participation may vary. Limited time off air while supplies last. Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes. All right. Kevin a few showers and thunderstorms around this afternoon. It's going to be mostly cloudy, in fact, right now, just as you're headed towards the Cape east of Wareham might see a couple of rumbles of thunder right now tonight down into the fifties, and then we're setting up just an outstanding weekend of weather. Sunshine tomorrow, high of seventy one and sunshine the whole weekend. This is WBZ, NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. And good afternoon. I'm Jim McKay. Here are the five things you need to know at twelve forty five house of horrors trial, enters day. Number three WBZ's Karyn. Regal live tweeting developments Worcester, superior courts, a woman in Saugus suffering life threatening injuries. After being struck by a car near the square one mall, Taunton. Police getting an update on the investigation. It's who is behind several fires last night and day no chara going to be on the ice tonight. And that's the big question reports of a broken jaw as the bees get ready for game five of the Stanley Cup finals. And remembering the heroes of Normandy, ceremonies on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day. One of the most brutal battles in all of World War, Two veterans on hand on the beaches of Normandy and speeches earlier from President Trump and French president Emmanuel Macron CBS's. Elaine Cobb is now joining us live as she is also in Normandy,.

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Wife of Korean Air chief summoned over abuse allegations

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Wife of Korean Air chief summoned over abuse allegations

"Schools participants also receive help in finding employment after their training is completed governor daniel malloy says the program helps to reduce unemployment among veterans and provide students with very very good role models wbz news time is ten fifty one the wife of the chairman of korean airlines is being investigated for allegedly abusing employees lee young he apologizing for physically and verbally abusing more than ten former and current employees of her husband's hanjin conglomerate the parent of korean air lee told reporters she felt sorry for causing troubles after arriving at a seoul police agency for questioning monday her eldest daughter heather chow at one time korean air executive receive worldwide notoriety for what was called a nut rage tantrum aboard a planet jfk airport in two thousand fourteen she stepped down from her vp role at the company and spent months in jail for causing the disruption todd ant abc news new hampshire chris sununu governor chris sununu says he intends to sign a bill aimed at preventing low risk offenders for being held behind bars just because they can't afford bail both the house and the senate last week approved a compromise version of the bill despite objections from the states ten county attorneys who say that it would put public safety at risk and it's tough times in the board o wine region violent hailstorms over the weekend have ravaged the vineyard odds of bordeaux officials say at least twenty five thousand acres of vines were hit some producers have lost their entire crop this is a critical time of year for the vines with blossoms and young fruit vulnerable to harsh weather spring frost last year severely reduced output and raise prices by sixteen percent with this blow prices could rise again elaine cobb cbs news paris.

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Paris knife attacker was born in Chechnya, appeared in radicalism database

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:46 min | 4 years ago

Paris knife attacker was born in Chechnya, appeared in radicalism database

"The threes wbz news time four fifteen and now the four day wbz accuweather forecast with meteorologist frank straight for tonight we'll have variable clouds every fog will form later on we'll have a low near fifty you'll see a mix of clouds and sun tomorrow it'll be a wermer day winds comes off the water the afternoon navarro at holds temperatures down there and highs range from just high sixty near the water to seventy five at some of the western suburbs tomorrow night we'll have the skies turning cloudy shower late low near sixty and then mainly cloudy sky for tuesday with some showers and thunderstorms around especially in the afternoon high about seventy five for tuesday much cooler wednesday gray skies and rain at times especially before midday i only fifty six i'm accuweather meteorologist frank straight wbz newsradio ten thirty right now fifty eight degrees mostly cloudy in boston wbz news time four fifteen a third person has been detained following yesterday's deadly knife attack in paris one person was killed four others wounded and isis is claiming responsibility cbs's elaine cobb reports from paris the suspect didn't have an arrest record but authorities had been keeping tabs on him officials say the attacker was a twenty one year old man born in chechnya and naturalized french his name had been flagged on a terror watch list but he had never been in trouble with the police one person was killed in the attack officials say the four injured are out of danger chechen authorities authorities identified the suspect is kazan asimov his parents have also been detained for questioning wbz news time four sixteen a new lava fisher opens up in hawaii near a geothermal energy plant that brings the total number of fissures to sixteen no significant lava flow has been reported from the new one so far plant workers have removed the.

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Paris knife attacker was born in Chechnya, appeared in radicalism database

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Paris knife attacker was born in Chechnya, appeared in radicalism database

"All of new england wbz news time to eighteen fifty five degrees mostly cloudy in boston top stories now stories of heartache and hope at today's mother's day walk for peace families marched from dorchester to city hall plaza to raise money an advocate against gun violence suicide and other issues that tear families apart israeli military says it has increased forces along the gaza border and drop leaflets into the gaza strip urging residents to keep calm during largescale protests expected tomorrow the demonstrations coincide with the new us embassy opening in jerusalem more people are preparing to evacuate hawaii's big island as scientists warned of a possible steam explosion at the killer way of all keno that could send rocks the size of refrigerators miles into the air wbz news time to nineteen it's an unbelievable incident at a daycare center in arkansas as abc's linda lopez reports it appears a young boy was hit by rocks tiled services and police officers are investigating after seeing a video that appears to show a teacher ordering other children to throw rocks at a four year old boy to punish the boy for throwing rocks on the ground children can be seen in the video surrounding the boy who appears to be crying out in pain local parents are outraged people are paying you the west bank he is in his child is getting rocks at him the owner of the daycare reportedly blamed the allegations on a former teacher linda lopez abc news wbz news time to twenty a third person has been detained following yesterday's deadly knife attack in paris one person was killed for others wounded and isis is claiming responsibility as cbs's elaine cobb reports from paris the suspect didn't have an arrest record but authorities had been keeping tabs on official say the attacker was a twenty one year old man born in chechnya and naturalized french his name had been flagged on a terror watch list but he had never been in trouble with the police one person was killed in the attack officials say the four injured are out of danger chechen authorities identified the suspect as kazan asimov his parents.

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Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Ed Markey and Massachusetts discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:33 min | 4 years ago

Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Ed Markey and Massachusetts discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"To the us is warning that there will be consequences ambassador and tolley antanov called the strikes an insult to russian president vladimir putin and said insulting the president of russia is unacceptable and inadmissible on saturday alarm maker said russia was likely to call for a meeting of the un security council to discuss the airstrikes on syria abc's jennifer eccleston reports today russia is claiming serious shut down most of the missiles that were fired defense ministry said there are no chemical weapons facilities attack in syria and that the seventy one missiles fired by a coalition of the french us and uk had been intercepted by syrian defenses earlier president putin called the strike an act of aggression francis leaders are speaking out about the strike on syria paris correspondent elaine cobb has their reaction president micro had prepared the way for strikes by saying france had proof the assad regime used chemical weapons however a report issued today offered no new proof but concluded the regime had beyond possible doubt carried out chemical attack micro has come under fire from opposition politicians for his decision to strike without un backing new england's congressional delegation is reacting to the news new hampshire senator jeanne shaheen said she supported the strikes but called on the trump administration to develop a comprehensive strategy for syria the new hampshire democrat is a member of both senate armed services committee and the foreign relations committee she voted to authorize military force in two thousand thirteen to respond to the use of chemical weapons in syria then massachusetts senator ed markey also a member of the foreign relations committee says the military strikes were neither constitutional nor wise markey says attacks on other countries without congressional approval or unconstitutional and he worries it could push the united states into an all out conflict in syria markey said last year's attack on syria was not successful and also criticized the trump administration for failing to have a comprehensive policy on syria pre marathon events are already underway in boston we'll have a live report and that's coming up wbz news time is nine oh three it's traffic and weather together the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes is brought to you by discover heating oil mass dot com here's rob accola aren't we've got a slowdown leaving.

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Nicolas Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:04 min | 4 years ago

Nicolas Sarkozy: France's ex-president to face corruption trial

"The us consulate in saint petersburg it's in retaliation after us lead actions against the kremlin russia's planning to expel about sixty us diplomats the us and european allies expelled the dozens of russians in response to the nerve agent attack on an ex spy and his daughter in england russia denies involvement in that attempted murders japan says it's been in touch with north korea but refused to say whether a possible meeting between their leaders is being discussed a japanese government spokesman says the country has communicated with north korea via multiple channels all along japanese newspaper reports that north korea mentioned a possible summit in june following one with president donald trump well just a week after francis former president was charged with illegal funding his election campaign with money from the libyan regime nicolas sarkozy is in trouble again cbs news correspondent bob cobb is in paris french judge has signed the order to bring nicolas sarkozy to trial on charges of corruption and influence peddling in two thousand fourteen investigators following up on allegations of illegal campaign funding discover the former president and his lawyer we're using secret phone lines to discuss the case phone taps showed they were trying to influence a court judge to give them inside information sarkozy faces up to fifteen years in prison and more than a million dollars in fines if he's convicted elaine cobb cbs news paris now we check sports first place on the line for the bruins tonight when they host the lightning at seven o'clock garden time bs coming off a two two road trip home started there game hopefully time out nicely with the end of the first red sox game of the season it's opening day to day coincidence that tampa is playing the socks while tampa are skating against the bees wbz's adam kaufman has more on the red sox in the ticket dot com sports studio sales three and over the two eighty six in.

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