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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The free up at this early hour on a Friday morning where greeted with clouds fog. Maybe some missed a day to start not thirty eight degrees in Boston. We'll get to the fifties. Believe it or not today. And then the feel of winter returns this weekend with temperatures in the twenties. Maybe thirty on the health watch this morning. This could change everything for diabetics at least for now. A team of researchers at MIT has developed a capsule that could deliver an injection with an oral dose of insulin potentially replacing standard injections that millions with type two diabetes have to give themselves every day. Dr Giovanni traverse oh with Brigham and women's hospital and MIT one thing that's important to emphasize is that we see into an as a proof of concept, and certainly the system can be applied for the delivery of insulin. But we also recognize opportunities for the delivery of many other drugs that currently required injection also the capsule releases its contents in injection form into the stomach wall. It then passes harmlessly through the digestive system on Capitol Hill. It's back on today. Acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will test. Defy before the House Judiciary committee CBS's Elaine Kiana says Whitaker had threatened to pull out in response to a subpoena threat by the panel House Judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler, confirmed Whitaker's scheduled appearance. The democratic led committee wants to question him about what he knows about the special counsel investigation. The committee had preemptively authorized a subpoena in case Whitaker refused to cooperate but Whitaker demanded the threat be removed before his testimony Whitaker has presided over special counsel Robert Muller's investigation since President Trump fired Jeff Sessions as attorney general couple of months ago, a political scandal that has engulfed the state capital in Virginia. Widens a fourth top official is now under fire and this time, it's a Republican. The state senate's top Republican Thomas Norman faces an onslaught of questions about racist photographs and slurs seen in a college yearbook that he helped oversee. See Norman called the use of black face abort. And while pointing out that he did not take or appear in any of the pictures. The gov- Lieutenant governor and the attorney general of Virginia all remained in their seats. But face mounting criticism to step down over racial and sexual assault allegations. A rare partnership between New York and Massachusetts congresswoman Alexandria, ocasio Cortez and Senator Ed Markey introduced the green new deal. This is a resolution aimed at creating jobs and combating climate change ABC Cheyenne has led has details on this proposal. Wide-reaching proposal calls not just for a massive overhaul of the nation's energy sector over the next ten years. But also investments in the country's education infrastructure healthcare systems, a redesign of the entire US economy, suggesting massive solutions bring greenhouse gas emissions all the way down to net zero. So there's a lot in here. That would just totally changed the way of. Life in the country. And it's a really bold bold blueprint for the future. The green new deal is named after president Franklin Roosevelt's sweeping new deal policy of economic and labor reforms during the great depression six. Oh, eight here. WBZ lots going on this morning. That includes Wall Street where there's a lot of red happening there. We check in with Bloomberg business. Good morning. Andrew O'day, your money to have optimism that the US and China can work out a trade deal faded on Wall Street yesterday. Stocks had a rough day of trading investors, also growing concerned about the global economy slowing down and that helps explain this. We could be down another morning as be futures down nine Dow futures down eighty and just like that Sears gets a live on little longer the company founded one hundred thirty three years ago, we'll continue now the bankruptcy judge Robert drain has approved the five point two billion dollar bid by chairman Lampert to keep it in business along with its four hundred twenty five stores and forty five thousand employees drain rejected arguments from a group of creditors. That the sale process was unfair. And that Lampert plunder the assets of Sears and KMart after engineering their merger in two thousand five Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Q Andrew six. Oh nine. Now. A WBZ and coming up this morning. Another turn in the Michelle Carter texting suicide case that.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"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 the championed the auto industry while vanishing energy and environmental legislation and was unwavering support of civil rights, Georgia, congressman and civil rights icon. John Lewis knew he had to support of his fellow colleagues and friends in the congress took chances to risk. 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 Hano basis was the subject of a National Enquirer story, alleging that he'd been having an affair with TV anchor Lawrence Sanchez, the Enquirer published his personal tax basis. Then started looking into where the Enquirer got its information. Hiring a well known security expert Gavin Debaecker, 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 is it O'Keefe ARIS said that the sexual assault allegations against the Lieutenant governor should.

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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 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By theraworx relief I've Taylor on the floor the US Senate today as we consider the life of this. Man in stark relief to what now passes for our politics he continues to serve as a beacon to who we are and who we, can be when, we are at our best Senator Jeff flake remembering John, McCain nearly forty eight hours after his passing the presidential proclamation your CBS's Elaine Kiana President Trump released. A statement, on the passing, of Senator McCain late Monday afternoon it. Reads in part quote this fighter differences on policy, and politics I respect Senator John McCain service to our country and in his honor have signed a proclamation to fly the flag of the. United States at half staff until the day of his internal and with that the, flag at the White House returned to half staff earlier today It was flapping at full staff that brought, an angry response from the American Legion veterans calling for respect a surprise announcement from President Trump today new trade deal to replace. NAFTA Washington Post senior congressional correspondent Paul Kane says not so fast trade deals need congressional approval there's a lot of details left to be filled in. And this is a congress that has shown time and again struggles with some of the most basic legislative hurdles a trade agreement with Mexico, is a really, big deal and I have a hard time seeing any, type of approval of that happening at least until next year worrying election season here the Mexican president. Ending a, call with president, saying that he is sending Mr. Trump. And affectionate hug Mr. Trump and Canadian Prime Minister, Trudeau conversing about a new NAFTA deal we are learning more about David Katz suspect in the deadly shootings at a video gaming event in. Jacksonville Florida w, USA TV's Scott broom was treated in at least two acute adolescent Mental health facilities he was also sent a Redcliffe wilderness therapy and expensive treatment program that puts troubled teens into a wilderness setting in the Utah desert cats attended the private Glendale country school and graduated from high school. In Howard county cats attended the university of Maryland after two years at Howard county community college but he, was not enrolled this semester Dow today gains two hundred and fifty nine point Weird. Al yankovic Gets a star on Hollywood's, walk a fan so so far beyond anything I could possibly imagined when I was in college recording songs with my accordion. In. A bathroom Weird.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"This is CBS news on the hour sponsored by Liberty. Mutual insurance, I'm Jim shanavie concerns over. The high cost may have played a role in cancelling President Trump's plan military parade Veterans Day weekend, Elaine Kiana reports and defense department spokesman said we originally targeted November tenth. Twenty eighteen for this event but have now agreed to explore opportunities in two thousand nineteen for president I floated the idea of a parade. After, he attended Francis best deal day celebration in Paris last year according to an Associated Press report Thursday the. Parade would have cost about ninety two, million dollars three times the initial estimate no verdict after. Day one, of jury deliberations in the Alexandria Virginia Bank fraud and. Tax evasion trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort CBS's Steven Portnoy after seven hours of deliberations the. Jury reported it would quit for the day and come back tomorrow Jurors asked judge T S Ellis four questions giving signals they've. Got a ways to go before reaching a unanimous verdict the jury asked for clarification about. The law, requiring reporting a foreign Bank. Transactions, and for clear definition of reasonable doubt, that's a sign at least one of the twelve jurors, have not more than one has at least some doubt about Paul manafort's. Guilt Aretha Franklin fans gathered outside of New York's Apollo theater to remember the soul legend who died Thursday after a battle with cancer at. Age, seventy six the rock and Roll Hall of fame honored their first female inductees saying she defined so music. Diana Ross spoke for golden spirit Paul, McCartney colder the Queen of our souls who inspired us. All and, at the Apollo theater in Harlem they reflected on her, impact grew up.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Up one of those demonstrations you can hear the protesters chanting set the children free this is a as they continue to sit on the ground sit on the pavement blocking the plus from moving forward and right now we don't know what's going to happen because the buses been sitting here for probably around ten minutes now not moving at all the protesters refusing to move the bus on able to move steve futterman cbs news mcallen texas against not background the white house spokeswoman found herself on the outs in rural virginia restaurant cbs news correspondent elaine kiana tells us why has press secretary sarah sanders says she was asked to leave the virginia restaurant friday night on twitter saturday morning sanders wrote she was told by the owner of red hen to leave because she works for the president sanders also wrote quote her action say far more about her than about me i always do my best to treat people including those i disagree with respectfully and will continue to do so the incident has been much discussed for and against sanders and the restaurant on social media or have also been threats reported not only by the restaurant involved but also restaurants with similar names in other parts of the country are prominent republican candidate for congress has been seriously hurt in a head on crash in south carolina vice president mike pence was in the state saturday spoke to the husband of katie arrington prayers for swift recovery katie we look forward to seeing you back on the campaign trail real errington now listed in.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It'd be very happy are going to take care of a very big and very dangerous problem for the world's president trump wrapping up his singapore summit with north korea's kim jong un the pair signing a commitment to work toward the denuclearization of the korean peninsula cbs's steven portnoy this agreement contains no specifics that uses the phrase complete denuclearization of the korean peninsula but to the north that phrase of the korean peninsula has included nuclear capabilities in south korea that the us has provided and the nuclear umbrella that the us is provided to protect south korea and japan so it's not entirely clear just from the text of the statement alone that this is exactly what president trump has promised it would be that said kim jong un has committed that the world will see a major change is a result of the agreement here in singapore from singapore the president was on twitter to announce his top economic advisor had fallen ill cbs's elaine kiana trump has tweeted this about larry cudlow is top economic advisor quote are great larry cudlow who has been working so hard on trade and the economy has just suffered a heart attack he is now in walter reed medical center white house later announced it was a very minor heart attack could low is expected to make a full recovery attorney general jeff sessions is kicked up another hornets nest over immigration issuing a ruling immigration judges that they generally cannot consider domestic abuse or gang violence as grounds for granting asylum beatles friends in is director of the immigration clinic at usc executive branch can implement a lot of profound substantive changes to the interpretation of our immigration laws without congress enacting any legislation sessions wrote in his ruling the no country provided citizens with complete security from private criminal activity and perfect protection is not required well the good news on hawaii's big island is at the laver flows from the killer way of volcano appear to have stabilized in their flow to the.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Waffle house in tennessee has met with students from parkland high school where seventeen people were killed cbs news is elaine kiana reports the waffle house hero met this weekend with students who survived the park on school massacre james shaw junior wrestled a gun from the suspect accused of killing four people last month at tennessee waffle house he met yesterday with parkland student activists including david hug and emma gonzalez shaar said the fire and inspiration in there is was a great joy crab season in parts of the south sound has been canceled this summer the state department of fish and wildlife sent out notices friday canceling crab season from the northern tip of sean island and all the way south past the tacoma narrows bridge mike hotels kiro seven news that this news doesn't come as a surprise for some local fishers goes on cycles just a few years ago crab and dungeness crab or the state says crab harvests were down up to ninety percent in the area the first coach to the first coach to advertise the seattle seahawks to the playoffs has passed away chuck knox died today after a long battle with dementia knox coached in the nfl for twenty two years spending nine of those with seattle starting back in january of nineteen eightythree kiro seven steve steve rebel he was great for this franchise when they got him and he led this franchise obviously to their first playoff appearances any set the stage for the coaches to come and eventually for mike holmgren who then took this team all the way to a super bowl and then following that now pete carroll and josh under knox racked up eighty wins and was the team's winning coach until mike grimm passed him in two thousand seven knox was eighty six years old here's the kiro seven pinpoint weather forecasts a beautiful clear and sunny evening we'll see temperatures again climb into the eighties for monday with plenty of sunshine upper seventies with more clouds for tuesday partly sunny skies wednesday and thursday highs in the low seventies from the kiro seven pinpoint.

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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 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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The fbi says it has grave concerns about the expected thursday release of a classified house intelligence committee memo on the russia probe a memo the republicans say shows anti trump bias hits unusual for the fbi to respond this way and you have this handpicked by the president fbi director christopher rae and his bureau firing off this statement saying that quote the fbi has grave concerns about material ommissions a fact that fundamentally impact the memos accuracy so this is pushing back hard against that memo being released correspondent jim for gays democrats who protested the memos released calling it highly misleading federal investigators are now on the scene of the train collision with a garbage truck charlotte jill virginia wednesday morning a train was carrying about one hundred republican members of congress to an annual retreat at a resort in west virginia one person riding in a truck was killed though rakoff reports kansas congressman physician roger marshall says he and other fellow doctors on board the train knew it was a bad crash look doubts outside there's to patients laying down an obviously uh one was and really bad shape and the other was not in good shape congressman brad went strip of ohio who helped to save majority whip steve skull leases live last year after he was shot on a baseball field on himself in action again instincts for me takeover and you just go do what you see that you that you can do bill rakoff cbs news the military tested a missile intercept system based in hawaii wednesday but the test reportedly failed correspondent elaine kiana a missile defence system to prevent attacks from north korea or other countries reportedly failed a test wednesday several outlets are reporting the system missed an incoming mocked target lawn from a plane the defense department confirmed the test happened in hawaii but it would not comment on the results the new system is being developed jointly with japan the pentagon says it is designed to stop medium and intermediate range ballistic missile share francisco's need to make california's legalized marijuana retroactive scrubbing aid pot convictions from the bucks district attorney george gas game we want to address the range there were caused by failure on drugs for many years in this country.

"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 KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"News weekend roundup steve dorsey sexual harassment allegations have surfaced against one of hollywood's biggest producers more from correspondent elaine kiana this sexual harassment allegations against harvey weinstein stretch back thirty years with some as recent as 2015 gene according to the new york times one of his accusers actress ashley judd told the paper that two decades ago weinstein made multiple sexual advances that have beverly hills hotel asking if he could give her a massage or watch him shower i said no a lot of ways a lot of times and he always came back at me with some new ask general called she thought how do i get out of the room as fast as possible without alienating harvey weinstein the times reports that eight women theme weinstein engaged in inappropriate behaviour that included appearing nearly or fully naked in front of them requiring them to be present while he bathed or repeatedly yes asking for a massage or initiating one himself and the paper says weinstein has reached at least eight confidential settlements with winner among them are former assistants an actress and model the paper says most received roughly eighty thousand to one hundred fifty thousand dollars in a written statement to the times weinstein said quote i came of age in the '60s and '70s when all the rules about behavior and workplaces were different i appreciate the way i've behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain and i sincerely apologize for it one half of the powerhouse weinstein film studio harvey weinstein resume includes hits like pulp fiction little hunting and shakespeare in la in a statement to cbs news weinstein's attorney charles harder said the new york times had published false and defamatory statements about harvey weinstein adding we are preparing the lawsuit now all proceeds will be donated to women's organisations he lengthy hana cbs news new york.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Cbs news las vegas addicts use of bumps stocks to generate rapid fire from his semiautomatic assault rifles as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle looking at restricting those devices correspondent bill rakoff a statement from the nra blames the obama administration for approving the sale of bumps stocks and similar devices and now wants the atf to see if those devices comply with federal law the nra says those devices should come under additional regulations in that same statement the nra says congress should pass national right to carry reciprocity laws in order for americans to better defend themselves bill rakaat cbs news washington president trump appears poised to pull the plug on president obama's nuclear deal with iran telling reporters thursday you'll be hearing about iran very shortly corresponded steven portnoy since taking office president trump has twice certified that iran is in compliance with the nuclear deal he is not likely to do it a third time mr trump could reimpose sanctions himself but he's more likely to trigger a 60day window for lawmakers to act new sanctions passed by congress would kill the deal and it's not at all clear that iran's leaders or those of the other nations party to the agreement would be willing to negotiate a new one hollywood producer harvey weinstein is threatening to shoot a new york times over its reporting on his alleged mistreatment and sexual abuse of women the times reporting at least eight women of accused weinstein of abuses from employees to actress ashley judd who alleges that weinstein asked if he could give her a massage were if she would watch him in the shower correspondent elaine kiana in a statement to cbs news winds scenes attorney tiles harder said the new york times had published falls on the family toy statement about harvey weinstein adding we are preparing the lawsuit now all proceeds will be donated to women's organization weinstein well known for his volatility as chronicled in the book down and dirty pictures the cleveland indians have taken a game one of their american league division series with the new york yankees swung honors high flypast deep right field back is gi two shot courts brown jim rosen house with the call on the indians radio network the final score four to nothing earlier the astros beat the red.

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"elaine kiana" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The only albuquerque cbs news i'm jim chenevey the news not good for evacuees from the florida keys officials estimate 65 percent of homes were damaged by hurricane erma and one in four destroyed meantime for most their homes remain offlimits is full of memories and photos and side and you know my mom couldn't even come down you know look at it correspondent elaine kiana here in the lower king it is not clear when residents who evacuated will be allowed to return to their homes and with one look at this neighborhood here in ramrod key it is easy to understand why residents here reported multiple tornado warnings when hurricane erm i passed overhead leading to the destruction of homes throughout this area and the white house says president trump will be visiting florida on thursday the president had a mixed reaction to the un security council vote to approve those tough new sanctions on north korea i don't know if it has any impact but certainly it it was nice to get a fifteen did nothing vote the president criticized the resolution is not tough enough and the administration says making sure china and russia adhere to the terms of the sanctions will be important the white house vowing to crack down on any chinese or russian businesses that vialli terms of the sanctions the president met with a half dozen moderate senators tuesday three republicans three democrats to discuss his tax reform proposals and how to get the ball rolling course stephen portnoy the white house continues pushing for tax reform to be passed by the end of the year treasury secretary steve mnuchin says he's hopeful it can be backdated to january 1st 2017 he says that would be a boon to the economy gop leaders hope to simplify the tax code and lower individual rates but mnuchin allows americans in some high tax states like new york and california might not see a reduction as the reforms would eliminate deductions for state and local taxes we are making more money on average cbs's jill schlesinger median household income was fifty nine thousand thirty nine dollars in 2016 and increase at three point two percent over the year before adjusting for inflation that's according to the census bureau that comes on top of the five point two percent increase in 2015 nation's poverty rate dropped to twelve point seven percent nearly what it was in two thousand seven the for the.

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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 WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"elaine kiana" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Time ten thirty nine the man who set up a meeting between donald trump junior and a russian attorney during last year's presidential campaign says it happened at the behest of a moscowbased singer with family ties to trump's businesses trump jr concedes he made time for the meeting organ is by music publicist rob goldstone hoping to get information about hillary clinton we get more from cbs's elaine kiana after offering shifting accounts over the weekend the president's eldest son admitted to meeting with the attorney who had promised to shared damaging information about hillary clinton and now the new york times is reporting trump jr new ahead of time that the information he was about to receive about clinton was part of a russian government effort to help his father's presidential campaign meantime the top democrat on the house intelligence committee says the report the donald trump jr met with a russian attorney last year in hopes of getting damaging information on hillary clinton is quote of very big deal congressman adam schiff of california tell cnn his committee which is investigating possible collusion between the trump presidential campaign and russia will summon the meeting participants quote to get to the bottom of it richard painter was the chief white house ethics attorney for president george w bush and he says if the new york times reporting is accurate trump jr should have contacted the fbi right away the russians are trying to destablize are contrary later large hadron conducting espionage and saw the united states gaba summer to what they've done in europe and also recently in france that's all americans however have an obligation of their contrary to push back against bringing up trump junior's lawyer calls the times report much ado about nothing or republican leaders hope to stage a climactic vote on their healthcare bill next week but internal rifts over divisive issues like coverage requirements and medicaid cuts still leave the legislations fate and doubt to republicans say via bischel version of the bill is did white house legislative chief work shored says gop leaders are reworking it we believe the those bill changing significantly in a way to garner.

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