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Global Cruise Trips Return With Some Mandating Fully-Vaccinated Passengers

Seattle's Morning News

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Global Cruise Trips Return With Some Mandating Fully-Vaccinated Passengers

"Chips are on the move in Europe, as we hear from Elizabeth Palmer in England. When the Iona sailed into Southampton two weeks ago, she made quite the splash. 5000 passengers will board later this summer for her maiden cruise to Scotland with captain Wesley Dunlop in command. How lucky am I to be at the helm for it? I cannot wait. Challenging that optimism are the floating nightmares from last spring. Remember the San damn turned away from country after country with a deadly covert outbreak on board? Or the 2.5 1000 people who spent their dream vacation in quarantine on the diamond Princess in Japan. Simon Calder is a travel writer. It's a huge PR challenge the people who are most acceptable to covet 19. Older travelers are the absolute prime demographic for the cruise industry. Theo industry is trying to build confidence aboard. One of the first British cruises of the

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS is Elizabeth Palmer has reaction from those who witnessed the stampede 18 year old shul side, all people started to get squashed, he said. And when the poll You didn't open up the passageway. The walls crashed and dozens were trampled to death. Apart from those who died, at least 150 people were injured, some critically. President Biden is responding to comments made by Republican Senator Tim Scott about racism, he tells NBC's today show Think America's racist, but I think Overhang from all of the Jim Crow. And before that slavery have have had a cost coronavirus cases are on the rise in Oregon at present Providence, ST Vincent and Portland Medical Center. Dr Christine stock says vaccine hesitancy may have something to do with it. 40 and 50 year olds who are relatively young patients to be hospitalized with no underlying medical conditions, sometimes And they're fighting for their lives. Reuters is reporting. The U. S. Is sending the fines or vaccine to Mexico after a Trump administration rule barring dose exports has expired. The news agency says The company has already shipped more than 10 million doses to Mexico, making it the country's largest supplier. More and more Americans are hitting the restaurant scene once again, but they may have to wait a bit longer for a table. Many owners like Michael Ball holes at the loft in Paul's Bo Washington, says there's a worker shortage is the hardest. It is ever been in my 30 years in this industry. Find anyone to come and cook. And if you happen to be ordering chicken may be out of luck again. We love our chicken sandwiches. Countries, even running low on wings got to put that air friar to good use. There's a nationwide shortage and all things chicken chicken neck While we're craving more comfort food through the pandemic, chicken processors are having trouble hiring finding people to work. Last year, meat processing plants became hot spots for the coronavirus, with nearly 60,000 workers testing positive. Jennifer Brown. CBS News officials in Central California say they plan to draw water from distant reserves to help with drought conditions in the state Water. District spokesman Matt Keller describes the seriousness of the situation actually going.

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Meghan and Harry to lift lid on royal split in Oprah interview

Tim Conway Jr.

05:28 min | 7 months ago

Meghan and Harry to lift lid on royal split in Oprah interview

"Let's get a little another preview with Oprah Winfrey. Something for everybody. This Sunday eight o'clock. CBS. There is no, It's pretty clear. Britain's royal family isn't going to like Sunday's interview with Oprah. How do you feel about the palace hearing? You speak your truth today. I don't know how they could expect that. After all of this time, we would still just be silent if there's an active role that the firm is playing in perpetuating falsehoods about us. The firm is a nickname for the royal family, and their gloves are off. You could probably only describe that relationship now between the two sides as all our war on Tuesday the times it's all out war right now. All out war all that warm all that warm. On Tuesday. The Times of London reported allegations that after Meghan Markle married Prince Harry, she bullied household staff and forced to AIDS to quit the palaces. I don't believe them. I believe that there's the royal family trying to get back at her. I think I think that's what's going on. We'll marry Prince Harry. She bullied household staff and forced to AIDS to quit. Why would she go into the royal family and do that? There's nothing in her past and said she did that on any TV show. She worked on shows a crazy relationship with their dad. But I don't know. I think that would be. It would be remarkable. First of all, they could probably prove that You know, with cameras or lie detector tests or whatever, and this didn't come out. None of those rumors came out until this special came out the palace instead of ignoring the stories if it were gossip gave it extra weight were clearly very concerned, it said in a statement, adding, it's H R team would investigate. Harry and Meghan called the bullying allegations a smear campaign. It's certainly marks another low and their relationship. With the British media way We'll know what the British press could be like on. It was destroying my mental health like this is toxic. Yeah, so I didn't want any husband and what only father would do is like I need to get my family out of here. And he really he has been all of it. On his new life, because there's no way it after the special comes out. There's no way he's gonna welcome back into the broiled family Know where. Elizabeth Palmer, London And we are seeing a new clip of the interview today in this exclusive duchess making explains why she's ready to tell the whole story. Here we go. You turned me down nicely and said Perhaps there will be another time when there is the right time. What is right about this time We heard this part of it, I guess choices. You know what? That's about it. We've heard that part. That's part of another clip. All right, let's go. There's another one here. When Harry met Sally written this morning, Prince Terrien Meghan Markle or taking more flak for their interview with Oprah. It airs this Sunday on CBS. They say that the press was one of the driving forces behind their decision. Leave for the United States. The royal family has relied on the media for generations to shore up support. Holly Williams is in London with how this interview is likely to be received in Britain. Holly. Of course, we've all been watching here, and it doesn't seem like it's being very well received. So far. Good morning to you. Good morning. While the British tabloids seem to have their knives out for Megan again this morning with Buckingham Palace investigating bullying allegations against the Duchess, it's looking more and more like an all out war between Harry and

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:51 min | 9 months ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Said the breach proved Western democracy is weak. China's self righteously pointed out that at least its crackdown on pro democracy activists in Hong Kong hadn't killed anyone. Elizabeth Palmer, CBS News London and that is the claim certainly to be disputed. They had 5 46 actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is condemning the siege on Capitol Hill, while expressing his disappointment with President Trump President Trump is a failed so either. He will go down in history as the worst president ever. The good thing is that you soon will be as irrelevant isn't or tweet planted a post on social media. Schwarzenegger had a dramatic video linking the attack on the U. S Capitol to his home country of Austria and the mob of writers to Nazis at 5 47. Dozens are under arrest across the country for attacking the U. S. Capitol, Washington Mayor Merial Bowser calling for increased security to be in place. And the days leading up to next Wednesday's inauguration. So what are the ramifications of a social media blackout of the president? CBS is Tom Foti is taking a lot of them from has lost most of his social media outlets, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, all effectively pulling the plug on him, and big tech companies have also pulled the plug on the parlor platform to which he tried to move. Now Amazon, Apple and Google are pushing back saying that if you're going to run a social network, you need to have meaningful moderation, of course, while the First Amendment protects you and me from the government silencing us. It does nothing to stop companies from doing the same scene it editor at large and sure. Tom Foti CBS NEWS Washington at 5 48, as new covert cases continue to climb in Massachusetts, WBC's Carl Stephen seeing a small ray of hope in those who are being hospitalized, According to this latest update from the state Department of Public Health, there are nearly 5400 new cases of the virus in Massachusetts. Bringing the estimated number of active cases right now to more than 90,000. There are 77 new covert related deaths, bringing that total to 12,875 hospitalization numbers are still high, but they've been trending down for the past several days. And that continues in this latest report where we see 2255 covert patients in hospitals. 459 of them in intensive care. Charles Stevens, WBC Boston's news radio at 5 49, Even with numbers trending down a post holiday spike of patients with local hospitals, is taking its toll on many staff members as well. Vitale Records the nurse manager for the ICU at Boston Medical Center. Our units have been sold the last couple months with almost all covert patients so full, they've had to open their search space, she says. Cove It is much harder on the nurses now than it was in the spring as we saw the cases got there. And people became. I think really disheartened, and we've had a really hard time getting staff, so I think that's really stressful. So now they have support groups for nurses three times a week. But she says the good news is that the hospital has done a good job getting staff vaccinated. The majority of myself have been vaccinated. They're already have gone their second vaccine, she says. BMC has already vaccinated about 5000 of its staff. Suzanne Saz, BILL WBZ, Boston's news radio, Rhode Island Lieutenant Governor Daniel Key now in quarantine After close contact with someone who tested positive for coronavirus. McKee is expected to take over in an intern basis for outgoing governor Gina Raymondo, just another person who was headed to Washington to join the Biden administration as he commerce secretary nominee. Meantime, several 1000 students are headed back inside of classrooms in Chicago for the first time in 10 months. Many teachers say they won't be there. They also face fines for not showing up. It'll be a virtual splash this season for high school swimmers in the state WBC's match here explained. As the winter sports season approached, it became clear that Cove it wasn't going anywhere. Native Boys swim and dive coach Caitlin Shaddock was worried. I was more fearful for my athletes that this is their one sport they do each year, but if you think about it, swim meets can be socially distant. So for natives first matchup against Wellesley on Friday. The two teams were in completely different pools miles apart, and they weren't at the same time they swim. I think it's 3 30. I didn't swim until 7 15 that night. Parents watch the action via live stream swimmers were handed masks and Ziploc bags at the end of each race. But coach Shaddock struggled with the toughest new rule. The No. Cheering is going to be the hardest thing. The guys did great. I goofed it up a couple times personally, she said. The boy slammed pool noodles against benches to compensate for the quiet room. That Shearer WBZ. Boston's news radio, made a legal victory for singer Tracy Chapman in her copyright infringement case against Nicki Minaj. Je.

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to US denied by British judge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition to US denied by British judge

"Judge in London today ruled against the extradition of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange Onge to the U. S. He's been indicted on charges of violating the Espionage Act. The judge said the risk of suicide if a Sanchez extradited is too high. The verdict was a surprise. It prompted a huge cheer among Assan just supporters outside the Old Bailey, the Central Criminal Court. The judge's verdict says that Julian Assange will not be extradited to the United States to stand trial on mental health grounds. She says that he's the past is despairing on that conditions in U. S jails, which she described as oppressive could make him a serious suicide risk that CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer

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India Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine and 1 Other

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

India Approves Oxford-AstraZeneca Covid-19 Vaccine and 1 Other

"Toll in the U. S has surpassed 350,000. Experts anticipate another surgeon, coronavirus cases and deaths stemming from the holiday gatherings over Christmas and New Year's. India's government has just done a dry run for what will be one of the most ambitious covert vaccination programs on Earth. It aims to inoculate a million and a half people a day on India's pharmaceutical giants have committed to making more than a billion vaccine doses to share with other developing countries. That will include a brand new vaccine developed in India on the cheap and easy to store Oxford, AstraZeneca one approved in Britain last week. Elizabeth Palmer,

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTOP

"Despite an alarming surgeon Cove in 19 cases. It marks the first time that U. S airports have screened more than a million passengers since November, 29th at the end of the Thanksgiving weekend. A new strain of covert 19 has been discovered in the U. K. That's believed to be even more transmissible than previous versions of the virus. The discoveries, already prompting tight restrictions on Christmas in that country. CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer has more on the new strain of the virus. The good news is that this new strain of coronavirus, although it does spread faster doesn't seem to make people sicker. And it does look as if the vaccine will work. But European countries are definitely nervous and have begun to ban travelers from the UK outright. Elizabeth Palmer CBS News London, Prime Minister Boris Johnson says people will only be able to celebrate Christmas with members of their own household now in this country, Surgeon General Jerome Adams told CBS's face the nation that it's not uncommon for a virus to change form and what happened in the UK is being studied. Viruses mutate all the time. And that does not mean that this virus is any more dangerous. We don't even know if it's really more contagious yet or not, or if it just happened to be a strain that was involved in a super spreader event. Coming up on w t o P. The president continues to try to overturn the results of the noble November election. Still, with no evidence of widespread fraud, it's 5 37. Okay, let's go, Go, go. They're right on our tail. Hey, don't worry, they'll never catch us. How do you know? Do you think this is an action movie? This'd Nissan salesman out. What's no. Can't be sales event ads are boring. This is definitely not for many explaining announcer. I'm sorry that you get a low 1 89 per month lease on the 2020.

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George Floyd death: Thousands join UK protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

George Floyd death: Thousands join UK protests

"Protests weren't only held in the U. S. people in several cities around the world held demonstrations as well over the weekend Londoners hit the streets to show solidarity with protesters in America we and this is this is the final on Sunday a huge crowd marched from Trafalgar Square to the American embassy one is locked down things like this are strictly against the rules with thousands of mostly young people decided with the day to the police largely stood back CBS correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reporting from London demonstrators also marched in solidarity in Canada Germany Israel Denmark Ireland and Italy

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTOP

"Our the current riots have swept through American cities he said but the call is anti black racism is real in Canada too CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reporting from London it's a forty two now in the protester putting a strain on federal law enforcement officers around the country in part because of covert nineteen concerns so they resorted to some options that may seem unusual president being rushed into a bunker during a domestic disturbance doesn't happen I mean it just doesn't normally take place what this tells us according to law enforcement sources I've spoken to is the secret service and other federal law enforcement agencies about the waves of angry protesters getting out of hand now it's not that they don't have options when it comes to protecting the president and the White House they simply don't want to have to use some of those options against protesters WTOP national security correspondent JJ green in other news of the morning with economic impact payments still being delivered the IRS is reminding taxpayers that some payments are being sent by prepaid debit cards are finding it hard to believe that the visa debit card they got in the mail is the real thing it is even though it comes in a plain white envelope with a return address you've probably never heard of money network card holder services inside is your version of the economic stimulus payment from the IRS it means you're among four million people getting a debit card instead of a paper check you can transfer the money to your personal bank account if you like or use it as you would a regular debit card sandy because L. WTOP news for frequently asked questions about the iris debit card you can check us out WTOP dot com search stimulus well the gradual reopening of businesses in the area is a sign that we're heading into.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Weekend edition from NPR news under the car seat and of our good morning thanks so much for gathering with us today the corona virus pandemic has upended life in this country we're doing things in new ways trying to figure out how to deal with this extraordinary moment this hour we're focusing on education and the challenges American families and educators find themselves facing with schools shuttered and students at home here's some of what you told us from our ongoing outbreak diaries project this is Elizabeth Palmer it is that the night and Friday the thirteenth in Alexandria Virginia the kids school is going to be closed until April tenth which was hard news from I can't to really like school and their teachers and my first grader found out that her field trip to Chaves was canceled and she was really disappointed this is Merion Schlie Sherman I live in overland park Kansas I work as a teacher in school librarian we could be out of school for an extended period of time based on orders from the county and from the state of Kansas yeah no new math old math this is Melissa gray here in Alexandria Virginia I have been home schooling my kids and boy is it challenging Monday March sixteenth today I delivered over four hundred children's books to the local title one school that is handing out free breakfasts and lunches for kids during the corona virus shut down it's important to keep kids learning had a lot of kids growing up in poverty do not have books of their own at home so I'm glad that the country become and select some of their own looks that they're excited to read with their parents can read with them while everyone is hunkered down trying to without today is Wednesday March eighteenth I spent a lot of.

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Meghan and Harry officially step down March 31

Jay Talking

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Meghan and Harry officially step down March 31

"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will officially step down as senior members of Britain's royal family on March thirty first still to be resolved is whether they can cash in on their royal relations CBS's Elizabeth Palmer from London the trademark application Harry and Megan filed for Sussex royal would allow for the marketing it everything from paper to pajamas and today the palace said using that word well it's a problem mark Tarkovsky is a branding expert the queen obviously stopping them using the title shows of the gloves are off they fare the power all of Megan and Harry two one a line the break between prince Harry in the inner circle of the royal family he said to give up the office he kept in Buckingham Palace but the door is open for re negotiations all parties involved have agreed that they'll revisit this deal a year

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Meghan and Harry officially step down March 31

Jay Talking

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Meghan and Harry officially step down March 31

"Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will officially step down as senior members of Britain's royal family on March thirty first still to be resolved is whether they can cash in on their royal relations CBS's Elizabeth Palmer from London the trademark application Harry and Megan filed for Sussex royal would allow for the marketing of everything from paper to pajamas and today the palace said using that word royal it's a problem mark Tarkovsky is a branding expert the queen obviously stopping them using the title shows the gloves are off they fear the power of making that Harry two one a line the break between prince Harry in the inner circle of the royal family he said to give up the office he kept in Buckingham Palace but the door is open for re negotiations all parties involved have agreed that they'll revisit this deal a year

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTOP

"The USA is watching here just the Iranian leaders to turn the internet back on and let reporters roam free it's interesting our colleague Elizabeth Palmer who was in Tehran on Saturday said she was told by the Iranian officials to leave and she is now reporting from London it she says it's a sign it as she's experienced in the past the Iranian officials expect unrest in the streets and that is what has come to pass that Steve the president was talking about the killing general a Slimani saying it really doesn't matter whether there was an imminent threat or not and completely defending what they set out to do but the chairman of the house intelligence committee says the president of fudged the intelligence about that threat can you fill us in on that incongruity sure and and the reason why this question keeps getting asked is because it hasn't fully been answered and in part because the president on Friday added to some of the confusion in all this when he told fox news that he believed it would have been for embassies attacked by Qassem Soleimani scoots force when asked about that on face the nation by my colleague Margaret Brennan the defense secretary said he never saw such a threat with regard to four embassies but he agreed with the president's overall view that it's possible that for embassies might have been targeted in a tweet the president said whether the threat posed by Qassem Soleimani was imminent or not as you note Hillary quote it doesn't really matter because of this horrible past but critics such as chairmanship say that that calls into question whether the strike was preventative or punitive and if it was punitive for Qassem Soleimani he's bad acts in the past the question is whether the strike was legal if so the money was the an official of a military of a country with which the United States was not at war a yes the state department did deem him a terrorist and a a they they said that they could force the terrorist organization but in the case of Osama bin laden the Congress explicitly authorized the use of force against the plotters of nine eleven the Congress never spoke on this issue of cost and so the money or the coops for store or Iran and that's why lawmakers.

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Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

WBZ Morning News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

"Amid pressure from several countries Iran has admitted that it shot down the Ukraine jetliner by mistake president Hassan Rouhani says a military investigation finds missiles fired due to human error brought down the Boeing seven thirty seven calling it an unforgivable mistake Iran coming clean at taking responsibility is avoiding years of wrangling and expense and flying in and out and fighting over details and so on our Elizabeth Palmer in Tehran Iran's president Hassan Rouhani blamed the tragedy on threats and bullying by the United States so you can see where the state spent is going to go with that the Iranians were on high alert because they were provoked and so the U. S. shares some of the blame CBS news military analyst my clients saying that states needs to take a step back help Canada help the U. K. other countries who had citizens that were on that plane with regard to any possible friends ex CBS news update on that

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Can you dreamed of becoming a doctor Andrew what amount due to being part of a community we shot and change their world it'll change your own unbound dot org you microclimate forecast clear and cold overnight study in the morning right now it's cleared forty nine degrees at Lindbergh field and then you got club will kick off its two day championship regatta in la playa cove at ten thirty this morning I'm Iroquois AM seven sixty K. F. M. B. talk and breaking news CBS news update Ron is announced that its military unintentionally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet earlier this week it's blaming human error after maintaining for days the crash was caused by mechanical issues the plane had one hundred seventy six people from several countries on board all were killed correspondent Elizabeth Palmer is in Tehran insists transparency is not the country strong suit it's unlikely they're going to reveal military secrets in other words really explain who and what was responsible leading up to the decision of this mistaken missile fire but the transparency that they've displayed in owning up to it is absolutely unique and very surprising CBS news military consultant Jeff McCaslin's of those accepting responsibility government military what compensation should be ascribed to the Iranian government the families of those who lost loved ones CBS news update on that paper seven sixteen KFMB picking up winner a travel centers of America with the unit in DC one fifteen dash cam for just seventy nine ninety seven after a ten dollar instant rebate driving a truck.

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Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Under pressure, Iran admits it shot down jetliner by mistake

"Pressure from several countries Iran has admitted that it shot down the Ukraine jetliner by mistake president Hassan Rouhani uses a military investigation finds missiles fired due to human error brought down the Boeing seven thirty seven calling it an unforgivable mistake Iran coming clean and taking responsibility is avoiding years of wrangling and expense and flying in and out and fighting over details and so on our Elizabeth Palmer in Tehran Iran's president Hassan Rouhani blamed the tragedy on threats and bullying by the United States so you can see where the state spent is going to go with that the Iranians were on high alert because they were provoked and so the U. S. shares some of the blame CBS news military analyst my clients the United States needs to take a step back help Canada help the U. K. other countries who had citizens that were on that plane with regard to any

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Spoke at the White House about it and about the crash somebody could have made a mistake on the other side kind of could have made a mistake it was flying it was it was flying in that our system now has nothing to do with us it was flying in a pretty rough neighborhood and somebody could have made a mistake I some people say it was mechanical I personally I don't think that's even a question president was asked if the plane was accidentally shot down which he answered I don't know the crash came just a few hours after ran launch a ballistic missile attack against Iraqi military bases housing U. S. troops an investigation continues CBS Elizabeth Palmer's into rand and there has been reaction on reports that plane may have been shot down the story broke not long ago it's the eve of the weekend here and so there was a period of silence and then suddenly just a couple of minutes ago the head of the civil aviation authority has publicly come out and said that's simply not true the Iranian the revolutionary guard affiliated website has further more said this is a conspiracy that's being cooked up by the opposition and Iran's enemies Ukraine's leader meantime says Iranian president Hassan Rouhani has assured him of full cooperation in investigating the crash and the red would provide expert access to all data passengers on the MBTA redline seeing red this morning with lengthy delays WBZ's Chris farmer explains the root of the problem and the aftermath fun redline platforms from Cambridge to Dorchester commuters stood in the freezing January air hoping to hear this attention passengers the red line train to pass what is in our approach what they heard sounded something like this the red.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Lunch I've ever met thank you honey there we go so yes this is the broadcast is now in Washington but it's still a national international broadcasts and we do at CBS a tremendous amount of international coverage more than our competitors often times and that is to do what why don't we why don't we hold on to that when our competitors run the other direction well I have still happen to believe that America's most powerful country in the world you know certainly our military might makes is number one in the world you know we a contribute a lot to foreign aid we send our troops all around the world and so we we should report about what's happening in those places where American taxpayer dollars are going and where we're spending blood and treasure and so Charlie d'agata has gone back and forth to Syria multiple times to explain what's going on there Elizabeth Palmer to Iran you know behind the scenes and also to Moscow Holly Williams has also been in Syria Iraq Afghanistan each of these places where we have American interests you know I heard the number the other day and I that we sent something now like more than three dozen bases between Iraq and Afghanistan and military bases yeah I was stunned to hear that I knew because I had traveled with Donald Rumsfeld after nine eleven are the reason even after you know this long before that's going on Afghanistan they were keeping bases there is because we want a presence there it's almost kind of like what we're doing in South Korea yes we've had a presence since the Korean War even then there's really no war going on right there's a strategic interest in when having a foothold in that part of the world a couple of months ago on this very program we talked in Austin Texas to add more wood with.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"In the I heart radio app labor party in Great Britain are crying foul after the prime minister has made a move to dissolve parliament for a month so that brexit can go through after months of dysfunctional Rangeley by parliamentarians over the terms of brexit minister appears to have had together he's decided to shut down parliament in September for more than a month and he says re open it in October with fresh priorities will bring forth a new list of program on crime on hospitals and making sure that we have the education funding that we need Elizabeth Palmer reporting in London the biggest maker of vaping products is facing legal action now that some customers have become sick in a lawsuit filed this week in federal court in Kansas city Mindy boy the ledges her fourteen year old daughter started vaping jul products last year accusing the company of portraying its ease cigarettes as trend setting and stylish in an effort to attract teens California based jul denies the allegation telling the Kansas city star it never marketed to you launched an aggressive plan last year to combat underage vaping the lawsuit seeks class action status Jeff man also fox news this weekend is the grand opening of the new Star Wars land at Disney world hurricane Dorian they put a damper on it Florida visitors will now get to experience the edge of the galaxy.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Tragedy in Brazil tackle properly and that's what we're going to do and that's what the U. K. stands ready to support the global level CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer in this the dry season some Amazon fires do start naturally by lightning but others are deliberately set by loggers and farmers clearing land and they take their cue from the president whom also not ours you are straining from green peace Brazil says it's balls on our who's responsible for what's happening Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave is that the summit amid escalating tensions with South Korea south Korea's canceling a deal to share military intelligence after a trade dispute between the two countries North Korea has fired two suspected short range ballistic missiles off its east coast for the seventh time in a month after about to remain America's biggest threats in protest of US led sanctions on the country Korea expert Gordon Chang these missiles can reach Seoul and Tokyo but not wash so the U. S. doesn't pay much attention to them but this divides us from our allies because these missiles are of great concern to the countries of the region in the north of the expected to halt weapons test because the ten day U. S. south Korean drills which it views as an invasion rehearsal ended earlier this week president trump downplaying the latest one saying we never restricted short range missiles the president tweets that reporters knew who he was just having fun and being sarcastic when he said I am the chosen one as he was talking about taking on trade with China but he says they're media organizations portrayed it as serious news Mr trump says there's no more trust this is CBS news CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust it is a horrible scenario but it happens Dennis right about his wife she was diagnosed with leukemia in fact he's a two time survivor in in the midst of all that they ran up over a million dollars in medical bills thankfully there manager members and then it says they are so thankful for that how others came together to meet their needs and that's how so many minister members feel this is not health insurance is different you don't have to pay for things you don't believe in and like tennis found out it just works so if you join mantis share not only do you save a lot of money the typical family says about five hundred Bucks a month but you know what your money's going each month you're helping people and if the time should come you'll be helping even praying for you so yes it's different and is more than four hundred thousand.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Cunard. I'm Budd Michigan and what he can Illinois one confirmed dead two still missing. That's the latest from officials investigating silicone plant explosion last night. Just north of Chicago WBZ radio's Mike Crausser is on the scene. Building was just absolutely torn to read. There's part of the building that has completely collapsed. We can see IB that are completely twisted. Bandstand stand. They have found one body. But the they have been very carefully pulling apart the metal wreckage try to get to the others are missing officials have halted the search because of safety issues for people were hospitalized. What is behind North Korea's launch of several projectiles into the sea of Japan today? That's one of the questions being asked by us and South Korean officials CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer reports from Tokyo. South Korean military. First reported the launch they said North Korea had fired missiles, but they dialed back pretty quickly and are now saying projectiles, obviously, the arms controls experts are going to be watching the satellite data very carefully to see if they can pinpoint exactly what this weapon was. But it appears to be some kind of rocket President Trump tweeted that he still believes in nuclear deal with North Korea will happen. There's been a flare up in violence between Israelis and Palestinians in the Gaza. Strip CBS's Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem. Explosions rocked both sides of the Gaza border as Palestinian militants fired. At least one hundred rockets and Israel responded with.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Hideous update US and South Korean officials are analyzing a North Korean launch of several short range projectiles into the ocean. South Korea says the projectiles were launched from North Korea's east coast conflict, several miles Ralph CASA of the Pacific Forum in Honolulu says the episode may simply be an attempt to garner attention. The North Koreans don't mind being hated that. They hate to be ignored. And I think they feel like we haven't paid enough attention to likely so they have to keep rattling the bushes. Every now and then to get our attention CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer has the latest from Tokyo Japanese foreign minister spoke with secretary of state this morning, but he confirmed that the launch was not security risk to Japan, though. It's pretty clear that most countries in the region will be watching anxiously to see what this is the beginning of the new round of provocative actions by North Korea. CBS news update. I'm Budd Michigan. From the studios of news. Eight five local present, he goes, talk and breaking news. This is a AM seven sixty. Welcome back to talk radio. Thanks for killing me this morning. We're talking about parts anything else on. Tease men almost halfway through.

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Elizabeth Palmer, Japan And Tokyo discussed on WBZ Midday News

WBZ Midday News

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Elizabeth Palmer, Japan And Tokyo discussed on WBZ Midday News

"It's the end of a Royal era in Japan with the Emperor Akihito announcing his abdication and a palace ceremony today marks the first time in more than two hundred years at a living. Japanese emperor has stepped down. Why correspondent Elizabeth Palmer's in Tokyo with no political power for

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Term, but was quote informed. That will not happen. The longtime face of the organization Wayne LaPierre sent a letter to his fellow board members Thursday in it. He choose north of threatening to release damaging information about him. If he did not step down. And according to the Associated Press several board members have decided to stand by up here in solidarity. Sri Lanka's president outlawed to Islamic group. Suspected to be behind the deadly bombings on Easter Sunday. Police say the wife and child of a suspected ringleader were. Hurt during a military raid CBS. It's Elizabeth Palmer reports when the police finally got into the house, they found a large cache of two kinds of explosives gelignite in the ingredients for a nitrogen fuel explosive as well as detonator cables and detonators in other words, it was a large cache of weapons that police believe would have been used in further attacks the barking of a loyal dog lead would be rescuers to the site of his master. But police say the sixty four year old man took a bad fall while hiking in Washington state, and apparently died from his injuries the man's wife called police after he and his dog daisy failed to return police say it never would have found the man without daisies barking. This is CBS news. Go beyond the headlines with CBS news radio's original podcasts, like the takeout with major Garrett available wherever you get your podcasts. Ever wonder why European seemed to speak so many languages, maybe it's because they use babble the number one selling language learning app and era. Babbel's award-winning technology gets you speaking right away. Whether you're learning Spanish, French or German and best of all you'll remember what you've learned. I always thought I was bad at languages, but after using battle, I can tell you. I was just taught the wrong way using Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons, you can be speaking confidently and your new language within weeks. I was amazed that I could start having real life conversations right away. It was so fast. Now, I'm speaking status. No wonder babble is the number one selling language learning app and era. Try it for yourself and see why babble is the quick way to get conversational in a new language like Spanish, French.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston on this Saturday morning, April twenty-seventh two thousand nineteen welcome to the weekend. I'm Charlie drawn and years. What's happening? Fifteen people killed during a raid at a suspected safehouse in eastern Sri Lanka. This was used by militants linked to the Easter Sunday bombings, six children among the fifteen dead. CBS news reporter Elizabeth Palmer in Colombo with what Thorndike's discovered when the police finally got into the house. They found a large cache of two kinds of explosives gelignite in the ingredients for a nitrogen fuel explosive as well as detonator cables and detonators. In other words, it was a large cache of weapons that police believe would have been used in further attacks these warning that militants are still at large and have access to other explosives leading to increase. Security at places of worship around the country. The Islamic state group claimed responsibility for the suicide attacks on three churches and three luxury hotels which killed three two hundred fifty three people wounding hundreds more a third grade student at an elementary school in east Boston yesterday testing positive for the mumps in an Email sent to the Otis elementary school community principle policy Kerr Gonsalves said, quote, we do not believe the student has come into close contact with any students in our school. Who are not vaccinated. It is important to note that the mumps can only be transmitted from one person to another through close contact and quote city and state policies do require that all students provide documentation of proof vaccinations for mumps, measles and rubella. Hundreds of people remain quarantined on the campuses of UCLA and Cal State LA amid fears of amuse. Outbreak. Rachel Kim with KCBS with the latest from Los Angeles officials confirmed that one of their students has contracted the highly contagious disease. If.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Family based on our investigation new evidence shows that the defendant intentionally target victims based on their race and his belief that they were up the Muslim faith this aspect. Isaiah people's appeared. In court. He did not enter a plea people's charged with eight counts of attempted murder after police say he drove straight into the crowd injury. Eight one of those injured a thirteen year old girl who remains in a coma. There are still hundreds of students and staff of two Elliott. Universities who remain under quarantine after possible exposure to measles. Recently health officials say the number of confirmed cases of Los Angeles County residents is still five the number of measles cases across the country is climbed to nearly seven hundred so far this year. The surges blamed. Largely on parents, not getting their kids vaccinated because of misinformation about the supposed dangerous fifteen people including six children have died during us reluctant security forces operation in the aftermath of the Easter attacks. Three men set off explosives inside what was believed to be a Jihadist safehouse CBS's. Elizabeth Palmer is still on the scene and police and military have fanned out across the island, and they're very aggressively trying to find anybody else who is associated with the Easter Sunday bombing plot more than two hundred fifty people were killed last Sunday when bombs went off in churches and luxury hotels of the South Asian island. This is CBS news, go beyond the headlines..

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Hundreds killed in 8 blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter Sunday

Up Front with Chris Citorik

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Hundreds killed in 8 blasts targeting churches and hotels on Easter Sunday

"Hundreds or killed after bombs exploded churches and hotels in Sri Lanka this Easter Sunday CBS's. Elizabeth Palmer tells us. Several hundred have been injured at Saint Anthony's shrine in the capital Colombo volunteers carried away the wounded amid. We'd come to church this morning to celebrate the most joyful day in the Christian calendar at another church Saint Sebastian's about twenty miles outside the city, an explosion destroyed the roof, Sri Lankan police believe all the blasts were caused by suicide bombs those allowed explosion just just to check. We I. Signed up. One way we could see a small white smoke coming out more than a dozen people have been arrested. But no group has claimed responsibility for the

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Sarah Sanders: "God wanted Trump to become president"

Jay Talking

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Sarah Sanders: "God wanted Trump to become president"

"Is the president's fundamental duty. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House to Venezuela where there were new protests against President Nicolas Maduro calling for him to step down. They come after opposition leader Juan guar Joe declared himself interim president which the US is backing CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer is in the capital of Caracas thousands of Venezuelans hit the streets

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Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained at Moscow protest: ally

02:14 min | 3 years ago

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny detained at Moscow protest: ally

"I don't know man cbs news correspondent carter evans says hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate several new vance form authorities really aren't sure how long these eruptions could last but they're urging everyone to follow the evacuation orders because when the lavas flowing first responders may not be able to get kilowatt has been erupting continuously since nineteen eightythree but usually not like this cbs news correspondent bill ray cost is one of president trump's closest friends has been asked questions by special counsel robert muller's team three separate sources tell the associated press that tom barrack met with federal investigators who have been working on the russia probe barrick spokeswoman is declining to comment he's known the president for decades one of mr trump's closest advisors through the presidential campaign and into the administration america's also a leading fundraiser for the president and oversaw fundraising for the inauguration bill rakoff cbs news washington the group that monitors political repression in russia's is hundreds of people have been arrested them day of nationwide protests against the upcoming inauguration of ladimir putin for a new sixyear term as president the group says more than seven hundred people have been arrested in moscow where demonstrators crowded into one of the city's main squares cbs news correspondent elizabeth palmer rallies often take place in areas which are not sanctioned for public protests so that the russian authorities can call them illegal and it gives them an excuse to go in and round people up observers say overall nearly sixteen hundred people were arrested in twentysix russian cities well the track surface at churchill downs has been downgraded to sloppy just ahead of the kentucky derby showers have been falling since midday in louisville the surface was listed as fast to begin the racing car and then went to muddy sloppy zero flash flood watch in effect sports reporter edward peak says this is traditionally a rough race anyway it's the first time around the to turn track and another thing is it's twenty horses there's probably more bumping in the kentucky derby especially early in the race than any other race these horses will run in in their careers justify is the odds on favorite to win the race bus soggy track means it could be pretty much any horses race at the derby the race is the.

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"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"elizabeth palmer" Discussed on No Agenda

"They go off and they give a kind of a weird kind of a nasty little needle to putin in the in the end of the report when scott pelley comes back on is a very interesting free trip for elizabeth too so ci which is a resort area rushing goes to some skiing and so she goes there and this is this is it happened yesterday was traveling sock senate democrats accused the president today according a constitutional crisis he feels the dragnet tightening on the russian investigation i believe that's why he's like calm ago argued there is now jesuit clippers dilution it's a law may be made they've got the wrong one i'm sorry what should be elizabeth palmer in so chee i'm sorry i see the problem okay as my part of alpha alphabet ties eishin issue russian officials keeping an eye on all of this and quoting vladimir putin today are elizabeth palmer went one on one with bruton rinkside in so to russia all suited up for an amateur hockey natche president vladimir putin took the time to weigh in on washington's latest scams firing of james toney usrussia relations with the reparis really is is very lenient rushing through i can only here we had nothing to do with it was hard to carry ended here zedillo doesn't should did so the kicker is then it's illeg kicker be officially putin denies russia even hasn't a p but he's as skilled player on the world stage as he is on the ice as the president's scored in soji his foreign minister sergey lavrov was chalking up a win in washington meeting president trump in the oval office american reporters were shot have so was up to the russians to tweet this picture and this one with russia's controversial ambassador sergei kislyak who remains at the heart of the alleged collusion between the trump campaign and russia's meddling in the last election.

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