18 Burst results for "Elaine Kiana"

"elaine kiana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The community was asked to do acts of kindness to remember sixty year old Laurie K who was killed CBS. His John Vigliotti on suspected shooter John Ernest while searching, the home Ernest shares with his parents polices, cover appears to be manifesto posted hours earlier on social media mayor Steve said the community is facing. Heartbreak when you walk into a house of worship. Then you shoot congregants. That's a hate crime. Republican South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham tells CBS face the nation. I'm trying to get a national grant program to incentivize states to pass laws to lower local law enforcement to go to judges to take guns out of hands of people that are showing really disturbing sides. Witnesses say Ernest stormed into the synagogue shouting anti semitic slurs. CBS news update and Allison keys skewers still trying to get to five men trapped in a cave in Virginia. Elaine Kiana with more doesn't emergency workers began repelling their way down a narrow cave. Opening just before noon to rescue the five men. Russell county sheriff's deputy. William Watson, these individuals went into the cave on Friday and one made it out last night and reported the stuck they can't get out of the caves officials say the men entered the cave without proper climbing gear. Baltimore police saying gunman fired into a crowd gathering for a cookout killing a man and wounding seven other people. The police Commissioner says the gunfire erupted in the city's western district, and they are still looking for the shooter..

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"That the property had been deeded to somebody else he's alive, and well and just found out one day someone stole proper in another incident. She says someone's father went into a healthcare facility for several months, and when he returned his house was gone the owner listed as Johnson on the deed Johnson back in court next week. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. Billionaire CEO Jeff Bezos says the publisher of the National Enquirer tried to blackmail and extort him the richest man in the world alleges that AM I threatened to release photos related to his affair unless he backed off an investigation of the question is whether this was a political hit from one of President Trump's supporters against the owner of the Washington Post, how respondent Elaine Kiana report, those wrote any personal embarrassment AM, I could cause me takes a back seat because there's. Much more important matter involved here if in my position, I can't stand up to this kind of extortion. How many people can bazo is the founder of Amazon is the world's richest, man. He also owns the Washington Post and has frequently been criticized by the president is being part of fake news. Now, the parent company of the National Enquirer says it will investigate these allegations. But this isn't the first time the national enquirers been accused of blackmail 2017 MSNBC host Joe Scarborough and meek aversion ski accused President Trump of using his connections with the inquirer to threaten them into a positive coverage of his administration..

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"News on the hour. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance. I'm Pam Coulter. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says we have lost a beloved pillar of the congress and one of the greatest legislators in American history. Former Michigan congressman John Dingell who served longer than anyone ever has died at age ninety two Diggle championed the auto industry, while advancing energy and environmental legislation and was unwavering in a supportive, civil rights, Georgia, congressman and civil rights icon, John Lewis knew he had to support of his fellow colleague. In friends in the congress took chances took risks. He led the way Amazon CEO in Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos says he was the target of extortion and blackmail by the publisher of the National Enquirer he said at threatened to publish photos of him and his girlfriend unless he stopped his investigation of the supermarket tabloid. CBS's Elaine Kiana basis was the subject of a National Enquirer story, alleging that he'd been having an affair with TV anchor. Lauren Sanchez, the Enquirer published his personal texts basis. Then started looking into where the Enquirer got its information. Hiring a well known security expert Gavin de Becker, President Trump says Democrats have gone nuts, but they're pushing ahead with investigations of the president and his administration. CBS's Nancy Cortes has more just one month into their new majority. House Democrats are demanding sensitive documents that could shed light on how security. Clearances were granted at the White House. How companies got contracts to clean up after hurricane Maria, and whether the president's decisions have been influenced by his foreign financial interests acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will appear before the House Judiciary committee tomorrow Democrats want to know, if he talked to the White House about the Russia investigation prominent Democrats like Senator Kamala Harris are weighing in on Virginia's political scandal. CBS Eddo kief ARIS said that the sexual assault allegations.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Are Matt piper found alive a thirteen year old Wisconsin girl, missing for months was found about an hour for where she was last seen CBS news. Correspondent Elaine Kiana with more on Jamie Kloss now found thirteen-year-old girl had been missing since mid October. When her parents, James and Denise claws were found fatally shot in their home. The search expanded beyond baron after police received hundreds of tips with hundreds of volunteers joining the search shortly. After Jamie was found police say a suspect was taken into custody. Police have stayed tight-lipped. But a news conference is set for later this morning. CBS is major Garrett on President Trump's spending Thursday along the border and possibly transferring billions of dollars to fund his wall, we need a barrier. President Trump survey the US Mexico border near mcallen, and the people who protecting part of his ongoing campaign to portray the border is overrun by migrants, drugs and human trafficking. So we're gonna get this straightened out. Hopefully, hopefully, the Democrats are gonna come to their senses before leaving for Texas, the president frustrated by democratic opposition to wall funding said he is seriously considering declaring a national emergency and seizing unspent. Pentagon construction funds. We are now in day twenty one of a government shutdown and the first day. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are not getting a paycheck CBS. Jeff gays reports morale is quite bad at the FBI agents are set to not get paid to nearly thirteen thousand FBI agents will not get a paycheck and the FBI agents association told the White House. Congress that without it agents face financial, insecurity that could lead some to find other work ongoing FBI investigations also been hampered by the shutdown lack.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Folk far too long, especially compared to President Obama who visited troops in Iraq in his first three months in office. Mr. Trump also spent time defending his decision to pull US troops out of Syria. CBS news. Correspondent Elaine Kiana says US immigration officials are dropping off more migrants in El Paso, Texas. One hundred sixty eight migrants were released by US immigration and customs enforcement in downtown El Paso, Texas on Christmas day after the migrants were dropped off. Volunteers offered them food and clothing at a makeshift shelter nearby. Another five hundred migrants are expected to be released according to L passers, Representative democratic congressman Beto or work. CBS news. Correspondent Adriana Diaz has Italy's famous mount Aetna's causing trouble again an earthquake jolted eastern Sicily entering nearly a dozen people early this morning. The four point eight magnitude quake rattled homes toppled structures and cracked highways rescue workers safely pulled an eighty year old man from the rubble. Of his house Italy's Mount Etna volcano triggered the quake the volcano erupted two days ago, sending huge plumes of smoke and lava stones into the sky at is Europe's highest and most active volcano on Wall Street. The Dow gained one thousand eighty six points. Hugh Johnson with Hugh Johnson adviser says it kind of turned into a feeding frenzy there for awhile professional investors came to work today. And they said the market overdid it on Monday became very undervalued represented significant opportunity, and they all jumped on board. And then it just fed on the S and P five hundred index was up one hundred seventeen the NASDAQ climbed three hundred sixty one points. We'll see you tomorrow. The momentum continues an Oregon man has become the first person to cross Antarctica alone, without.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Apply. I which would negate terms of a plea agreement. CBS's Elaine Kiana manafort's lawyers deny the charges. They say he met with Muller's office several times, and he believes he provided truthful information, if prosecutors don't ask for leniency Manafort is likely to face at least ten years in prison for financial cry a presidential pardon could spare Manafort Mr. Trump went to Mississippi to campaign for the Republican incumbent in today. As runoff election for San Diego. Need to give Schumer another vote to block our judges and abolish your borders and stole are wonderful nominees. We have great nominees. We have to get them through indie Hyde Smith who's white has been under fire for a joke about a public hanging. Her opponent democrat, Mike Espy is black or comments don't reflect value about St. give us a black guy again and this state. We don't need any more black protesters. Stop rush hour traffic near Birmingham, Alabama. After police in Hoover admit they killed the wrong man during a shooting at a shopping mall on thanksgiving night. Police initially described the officer who killed twenty one year old EJ Bradford junior as her roic Bradford. Whose father is a cop was carrying a licensed handgun federal officials believe they've pinpointed the source of a multi state outbreak of E coli linked to romaine lettuce. The FDA says it was all grown in central coastal regions of California KCBS TV Stacy Butler. If you do decide to buy Romain lettuce, either by itself, or in a salad mix pack, the CDC says just make sure that you can see where it's coming from. And if he can't don't buy forty-three people have gotten sick in twelve states, the university of Maryland confirms the potentially deadly. Add no virus is spreading WBZ TV's. Nick Carter health officials say the three students tested positive over the thanksgiving break. And none of the new cases is required hospitalization. It comes just one week after freshman Olivia paragon died from complications from the virus. Overall nine students have tested positive for ad Navarre's. The verdict is in. About to enter.

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Top former intel bosses speak out in favor of John Brennan

Red Eye Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

Top former intel bosses speak out in favor of John Brennan

"Estimate President Trump's decision to revoke. The security clearances former CIA director John Brennan and his decision to review the clearances of other former intelligence officials as prompted, a letter to, the White House, in protests CBS's Steve, Futterman this is something you rarely see former intelligence officials getting together to criticize the. President those who. Signed the documents include six former CIA director's one of those former army general David portray us in their statement the former officials call, the criticism leveled at John Brennan baseless they call the president's move an attempt to stifle free speech jerry in the paul manafort bank fraud and tax evasion trial finished day one of deliberations without reaching a verdict and from the questions that came out of the jury chambers it suggests there is a debate about whether prosecutors have proved their case against the former trump campaign chairman c._b._s.'s paula reed not a great sign for the prosecution when a jury comes back and there is some sort of confusion over the standard the burden of proof for the prosecution and that

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Seventy from north of fifty five in pockets all the way up to Manchester northbound fifty five Merrimack bottom headed up through. Butler hill looks a little heavy through their two seventy volt directions in the works north of Dorsett you have delays sixty four around the city limits it slow northbound fifty five jams from forty four up all the way down to westbound seventy that accident west of Madison that has westbound seventy jammed back past the sixty four split and westbound sixty four jammed approaching route three from the steeple traffic center weather today is going to be not only cloudy but rainy as well and a chance of a thunderstorm until the early evening with a high of just seventy six mostly cloudy overnight a low sixty. Four tomorrow clouds and a few intervals of sun a shower thunderstorm around with a high of eighty currently it's. Sixty eight in high ridge sixty six and Olivetti cloudy and. Sixty seven downtown at the arch The Transportation Safety administration acknowledges that it uses air marshals detail some American citizens not under investigation by any agency. And not on any terror watchlist the existence of the quiet skies program was first reported by the Boston Globe CBS news correspondent Elaine Kiana reports computer algorithm spots flyers including American citizens whose travel and activities match with current threat intelligence those flyers are then reviewed by feeling team that that's the information and the flyer if something in the flyers background raises concerns that flyer made these surveilled by federal air marshals the program has been in existence since two thousand ten illegal challenge to Missouri's death penalty witness program may proceed cable Xs Brad showed explained circuit federal appeals court ruled in favor of journalist Chris. McDaniel whose lawsuit accuses the Missouri department of corrections director of having too much discretion in selecting witnesses for Executions the ACLU filed suit on behalf of McDaniel it says he has. Not been approved to witness any of seventeen executions in. Missouri since, he filed, his application a spokeswoman for the Missouri attorney general's, office declined comment, on the appeals court's ruling saying their office is still reviewing. It is jail time but now a former youth tennis instructor is being sued by the family of the girl he, sexually assaulted for, four, years attorney says, the girl referred to as Jane Doe in the. Suit faces a litany of anxiety trust and depression issues since the abuse of your. Pozzo served nine months in jail that attorney Dan to fail says his former employer the Miller. Tennis academy at forced like tennis club in Chesterfield also bears responsibility professionals are bringing it to the attention of. Management at, hey hobby are, Pozzo is acting inappropriate but it's dismissed and and, it's dismissed for a long period of time the lawsuit seeks monetary damages for infliction of emotional distress sexual assault Negligence misrepresentation and other charges the. Abuse took place from two thousand nine to two thousand thirteen Avak Stegman NewsRadio eleven twenty km away I've learned, so much on the.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"News update president trump's point man on north korea is in seoul right now meeting with top diplomats from south korea and japan secretary of state mike pompeo as the president said this will be a process and not an easy one stink closely aligned with the allies the republic of korean japan will be critical to the success of that outcome korean president moon jae in says his nation strongly supports the outcome of the trump kim summit japan appears to be on board as well reporter jason strother says the fly in the on may be china we can expect the secretary of state to reassure chinese officials that the us still has china's interests in mind especially when it comes to the potential of drawing drilling a peace treaty that would officially end the korean war after all china fought alongside north korea during that conflict in the early nineteen fifties cbs news news update i'm jim shanavie it's two thirty two there's word the two key spokespeople for president trump or planning to leave before the end of the year here cbs news correspondent elaine kiana cbs news has learned white house press secretary sarah huckabee sanders and deputy press secretary raj shah are planning their exits sources expect huckabee sanders to lead the trump administration at the end of the year shop has not decided on a date for his departure the two exits would follow a long list of departures from the white house that seeing a higher than usual turnover rate neither sanders enor shaw has responded to requests for comment house speaker paul ryan says this republican leaders have a chance at passing a law on immigration reform the house will consider two competing immigration bills next week the measures may finally address the fate of thousands of socalled dreamers who were brought to the usa legally as children and have been in legal and political imbo over there possible deportation cbs news chief congressional correspondent nancy cortez explains what's in the.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To listen to wbz on your echoes smart speaker just say hey alexa play wbz newsradio on iheartradio a former tom federal prosecutor who led the case against the boston marathon bomber leaving the justice department to go into private law practice will you wind rib a twenty year veteran of the us attorney's office in boston named acting us attorney when carmen ortiz step down for the post shortly before president trump took office he served in the role until now us attorney andrew was sworn in in december weinreb led the prosecution of the case against joe zone naive was convicted and sentenced to death for the deadly marathon bombings isis claiming responsibility for three church bombings in indonesia that killed at least thirteen and wounded dozens more the attacks carried out in indonesia's second largest city targeted the country's christian minority cbs is elaine kiana with more on the suspects police now say the attackers were all members of one family local police say the attackers who carried out the bombings included two children these are the worst bombings to target indonesian churches since a series of attacks in two thousand on christmas eve that killed fifteen and wounded nearly one hundred others when i police chief says the family that carried out the attack returned to indonesia from syria where isis had maintained a stronghold until recently wbz news time five forty one what are you saying we check sports on this sunday afternoon wbz's chris pharma tracking it all for us in the as hticket.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WWL

"Oh ever anxiety continues to build as more lava breaks out my neighbor larry is his house is burning down so it's it's real it's hitting it's okay roadblocks have been set up around the leyland estates subdivision with police and national guard units leading only culpable and california residents through rudy giuliani apparently spoke before he learned the facts surrounding the hush money given to stormy daniels and is now urging president trump not to answer questions of the russia's special counsel cbs's errol barnett reports with getting up to speed on the facts here i'm about halfway there today president trump's lawyers rudy giuliani further explained inconsistencies in his defensive mr trump and suggested the president might resist a subpoena from special counsel robert muller compelling him to testify under oath we don't have to he's the president united states we can assert the same privileges other presidents have democrats say the president must cooperate giuliani who's a legal not national security advisor also says he expects the release of three americans detained in north korea on face the nation trump senior counselor kellyanne conway was asked why he's talking about that i have a security clearance and i'm not going to divulge anything like that i'll leave that the president and his security team obviously as chief diplomat to make any announcements a posthumous honor for one of those killed in the nashville area waffle house shooting cbs's elaine kiana at belmont university in tennessee this weekend grieving mother accepted her daughters diploma any groves was among four people killed last month at a waffle house near nashville her mother was given a standing ovation as she received the evans diploma her son de angelo also graduated the university announced a scholarship indiana's honor gas prices have jumped seven cents in the past two weeks the average price for a gallon of regular is now to ninety this is cbs news during small business month dell is offering up to forty percents off select pc's with eighth chen intel core processors call eight seven seven.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Past few days in beijing for meetings with chinese president xi jinping a reaffirmation of the two nations partnership amid a flurry of diplomatic activity involving south korea and the united states jason strother reports from seoul kim's visit to china his first known overseas travel since taking power in late two thousand eleven comes ahead of expected summits with south korean president moon jaein and president trump chinese news agency shinwa says kim told she jinping that the situation on the korean peninsula is improving he was quoted as saying that denuclearization can be resolved it seoul and washington show goodwill protesters disrupting the sacramento city council meeting and again hitting the streets downtown tonight a california attorney general's office is now joining the investigation into the police shooting death of stefan clarkin unarmed black man ko vrt l'amour abrahams the new partnership announced at a hastily organized tuesday morning news conference a day after clark's families high profile attorney along with civil rights activists held the road gathering at city hall pressing sacramento county's district attorney to step forward and she did to conduct a full fare an independent review of the shooting but the community wants more serious protesters say they won't give up until the da prosecutes the two officers who shot at steph on clark twenty times good rijeka this rally around the second amendment to the constitution and the right to keep and bear arms would have a former supreme court justice had his way the second amendment would be repealed elaine kiana reports cream court justice john paul stevens says the students marching for gun control should go a step further he says they should call for a complete repeal of the second amendment the former justice made the point in a new york times that he says the second amendment came out of concern that a standing army could threaten the separate states stevens calls that concern quote a relic of the eighteenth century the ninety seven year old stevens was on the high court in two thousand eight when the justices held that the second amendment gives individuals the right to own a firearm for self defense california new york are going to court to stop the commerce department from putting a question about citizenship status in the twenty twenty cents is form california attorney general how the missouri an undercount resulting from this decision would jeopardize vital services for all californians it would.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WWL

"A flurry of diplomatic activity involving south korea and the united states jason strother reports from seoul kim's visit to china his first known overseas travel since taking power in late two thousand eleven comes ahead of expected summits with south korean president moon jaein and president trump chinese news agency shinwa says kim told her she jinping that the situation on the korean peninsula is improving he was quoted as saying that denuclearization can be resolved if seoul and washington show goodwill with protesters disrupting a sacramento city council meeting and again hitting the streets downtown tonight a california attorney general's office is now joining the investigation into the police shooting death of stefan clarkin unarmed black man ko vr tv's l'amour abrahams partnership announced at a hastily organized tuesday morning news conference a day after cops families high profile attorney along with civil rights activists held the road gathering at city hall pressing sacramento county's district attorney to step forward and she did to conduct a full fare and independent review of this shooting but the community wants more good protesters say they won't give up until the da prosecutes the two officers who shot step on clark twenty times right this rally around the second amendment to the constitution and the right to keep and bear arms but if a former supreme court justice had his way the second amendment would be repealed elaine kiana reports cream court justice john paul stevens says the students marching for gun control should go a step further he says they should call for a complete repeal of the second amendment the former justice made the point in new york times that he says the second amendment came out of concern that a standing army could threaten the separate states stevens calls that concern quote a relic of the eighteenth century the ninety seven year old stevens was on the high court in two thousand eight when the justices held that the second amendment gives individuals the right to own a firearm for self defense california new york going to court to stop the commerce department from putting a question about citizenship status in the twenty two thousand census form california attorney general how the missouri on undercount resulting from this decision would jeopardize vital services for all californians it would also jeopardize our representation in government this is cbs news national mortgage lender quicken loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender nmls number thirty thirty.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Eleven o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by progressive insurance i'm jim shanavie the secret is out north korean leader kim jong un did spend the past few days in beijing for meetings with chinese president xi jinping a reaffirmation of the two nations partnership amid a flurry of diplomatic activity involving south korea and the united states jason strother reports from seoul kim's visit to china his first known overseas travel since taking power in late two thousand eleven comes ahead of expected summits with south korean president moon jaein and president trump chinese news agency shinwa says kim told she jinping that the situation on the korean peninsula is improving he was quoted as saying that denuclearization can be resolved if seoul and washington show goodwill we've protesters disrupting sacramento city council meeting and again hitting the streets downtown tonight the california attorney general's office is now joining the investigation into the police shooting death of stefan clark an unarmed black man k o v rtd's l'amour abrahams partnership announced at a hastily organized tuesday morning news conference a day after clark's families high profile attorney along with civil rights activists held the road gathering at city hall pressing sacramento county's district attorney to step forward and she did to conduct a full fare an independent review of this shooting but the community wants more protesters say they won't give up until the da prosecutes the two officers who shot at step on clark twenty times good rights activists rally around the second amendment to the constitution and the right to keep and bear arms but if a former supreme court justice had his way the second amendment would be repealed elaine kiana reports cream court justice john paul stevens says the students marching for gun control should go a step further he says they should call for a complete repeal of the second amendment the former justice made the point in a new york times offset he says the second amendment came out of concern that a standing army could threaten the separate states stevens calls that concern quote a relic of the eighteenth century the ninety seven year old stevens was on the high court in two thousand eight when justices held that the second amendment gives individuals the.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News on the hour presented by liberty mutual i'm jim chenevey president trump has never shied from a verbal joust and once again he's used twitter to respond to comments made in a new year's address by north korea leader kim jongun correspondent elaine kiana president donald trump tweeted north korean leader kim jong roy just stated that the nuclear button is on his desk at all times while some one from his depleted and foodstarved regime please inform him that i too have a nuclear button but it is a much bigger and more powerful one than his and my button works them chime there are indications the north is preparing yet another missile test at last icbm chested showed enough range to strike targets in the us us ambassador nikki haley as called on the un to hold emergency sessions on iran and the protests that have left more than twenty people dead and hundreds arrested latest from correspondent elizabeth bomb cheering crowds vandalizing pictures of iran's supreme religious leader ali khamenei he broke his silence to put the blame on as he put it enemies of the islamic republic who have used money weapons and intelligence services to create problems that hints at foreign interference in iran's moderate president hassan rouhani said that the protesters are just fed up with poverty and lack of free of congress gets back to work in the morning and there is much to do correspond steven portnoy into pudgy talks involve the top republicans and democrats in congress and the white house budget and legislative affairs directors the president's spokeswoman says the goal is a to year budget agreement the kind of deal last struck by former house speaker john banner and barack obama in 2015 democrats would have to buy in so too would conservatives who've been skeptical of such deals in the past if there is no agreement the government could shut down two weeks from friday how cold is it well down to 10 below right now in parts of southern ohio as an arctic air mass plows its way south through the midwest's much of the nation is in the deep freeze and likely to be in it through the week then there's the snow on the ice huahua will get an answer blizzard conditions led to this deadly multicore pileup near buffalo new york more than twenty vehicles were involved.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The tone twelve midnight this is cbs news on the hour presented by liberty mutual i jim chenevey president trump has never shied from a verbal johnston once again he's used twitter to respond to comments made in a new year's address by north korea leader kim jongun correspondent elaine kiana president donald trump tweeted north korean leader kim jong jess stated that the nuclear button is on his desk at all times while some one from his depleted and food starve regime please inform him that i too have the nuclear button but it is a much bigger and more powerful one than his and my button works meantime there are indications the north is preparing yet another missile test at last icbm at chested showed enough range to strike targets in the us us ambassador to he haley as called on the un to hold emergency sessions on iran and the protests that have left more than twenty people dead and hundreds arrested the latest from correspondent elizabeth palm tearing crowds vandalizing pictures of iran's supreme religious leader ali khamenei he broke his silence to put the blame on as he put it enemies of the islamic republic who have used money weapons and intelligence services to create problems that hints at foreign interference but iran's moderate president hassan rouhani said that the protesters are just fed up with poverty and lack of freedom congress gets back to work.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Cbs news i'm gary nunn a parade of alist performers and personalities tonight taking part of the handtohand televised benefit for victims of storms harvey and erma erma death toll in the southeast and the caribbean is topped fifty at least thirteen of those in the us a florida keys hardest hit cbs's is elaine kiana was in rim rod key the florida keys are one hundred twelve miles long but citing safety concerns officials are only allowing residents who evacuated to return just thirty three miles in those who did evacuate are trying to get in at a checkpoint near the upper keys residents slept in their cars and waited for hours justicy if they still have a home but his anxious residents lost patience tensions rose i have water i have i have dogs i get to my one of the way power remains are for hundreds of thousands most of them in florida about six million homes and businesses still in the dark good but not nearly good enough says president trump now that the un security council is voted tougher sanctions on north korea the president said it was nice that the un security council voted fifteen did nothing to ramp up sanctions on north korea but he says the package which is own un ambassador called the strongest ever isn't strong enough those sanctions are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen mr trump speaks to world leaders at the annual meeting of the un general assembly in new york next week steven portnoy cbs news the white white house edith windsor has died she was a gay rights activist whose landmark eishin the supreme court pave the way for legalization of samesex marriage nationwide cbo senior legal analyst andrew cohen explains at windsor was not trying to make a history situation out of her case she filed the lawsuit not because she wanted to be a cultural icon or the named plaintiff in in this soreq lawsuit not because of a headlines but because she wanted a tax refund and the laws of.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WWL

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01:46 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WWL

"You stand the caribbean has topped fifty at least thirteen of those in the us a florida keys hardest hit cbs's elaine kiana was in rim rod key the florida keys are one hundred twelve miles law but citing safety concerns officials are only allowing residents who evacuated to return just thirty three miles in those who did evacuate are trying to get in at a checkpoint near the upper keys residents slept in their cars and waited for hours justicy if they still have a home but his anxious residence lost patience tensions rose i have water i have i have dog and i can't get to my been the way power remains are for hundreds of thousands most of them in florida about six million homes and businesses still in the dark good but not nearly good enough says president trump now that the un security council is voted tougher sanctions on north korea the president said it was nice that the un security council voted fifteen did nothing to ramp up sanctions on north korea but he says the package which is own un ambassador called the strongest ever isn't strong enough those sanctions are nothing compared to what ultimately will have to happen mr trump speaks to world leaders at the annual meeting of the un general assembly in new york next week steven portnoy cbs cbs news the white house edith windsor has died she was a gay rights activist whose landmark eishin the supreme court pave the way for legalization of samesex marriage nationwide she'd be a senior legal analyst andrew cohen explains at windsor was not trying to make a history situation out of her case she filed the lawsuit not because she wanted to be a cultural icon or the named plaintiff in an historic lawsuit not because of a headlines that because she wanted a tax refund and the laws at.

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