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U.S. COVID-19 Death Toll Might Reach 300000 by December, Researchers Predict
"Projections about Corona virus deaths in the U. S. As cases continue to climb CBS's Steve Futterman reports at the moment the U. S death toll is around 160,000. Now imagine that number, nearly doubling a new forecast by the highly reliable University of Washington Institute for Health Metrics says By December 1st, the number of Americans killed by covert 19 will reach nearly 300,000. Masks are the key, says the institute's director. If more than 95% of Americans warm asks the death toll could be 128,000. Steve
Fauci: Drugmakers will have 1 billion COVID-19 vaccines by end of 2021
"Million cases of the Corona virus in the U. S. But the nation's top infectious disease expert is offering some positive news about a vaccine CBSs Steve Futterman with more. In an interview with Reuters, Dr Anthony found. She expressed optimism about a vaccine. I'm talking about something That has been proven to be both safe and effective and felt. She said He believes that vaccine will be approved by the end of the year as forgetting an approved vaccine to the public. The manufacturer's tell us That they will have hundreds of millions and likely a 1,000,000,000 doses by the end of 2021. Steve Futterman CBS News The virus
Facebook Offers Money to Reel In TikTok Creators
"Instagram is trying to make the creators of TIC tac and offer that will be hard to refuse. Not surprisingly, it involves lots of big bucks Here's seen that's Connie Guglielmo. There are some reports that Facebook, which owns Instagram has been offering TIC Tac creators. Cash to try toe Lord them to their new service is called reels. And it's a new short from video service that Facebook wants Instagram to create to compete with Tic tac. The rumors about Facebook wanting to pay off Tic tac creators is just that right now. These are stories that are attributed to sources. But it does feed into what's happening in the tech industry. And that is big tech companies, including Facebook buying their way into market on Capitol Hill Wednesday, the heads of Facebook, Amazon and Google all faced tough questions during an antitrust hearing. I'm Steve Futterman, CBS News Live
Another recall of potentially toxic hand sanitizers sold nationwide
"August. The FDA is list of potentially toxic hand sanitizers is growing. CBS's Steve Futterman says the new Do not use list includes almost 90 variety consumers are being told to look at labels and if the sanitizer contains methanol, don't use it. Myth and also wood alcohol, which could be toxic if ingested or used on the skin. If used in large quantities. It can also result in blindness and damage to the nervous system grants to avoid esque biochem Cosmetic, a mystic and four e
MLB opening day 2020; Los Angeles Dodgers sign Mookie Betts to massive 12-year contract extension worth $365 million
"League baseball abbreviated season's opening up today, there won't be any fans at Dodger Stadium tonight, but something's will sound. The same deter rule, as usual, will be playing the organ playing in a stadium that's virtually empty. Definitely be different, and that every stadium this season there will be public address announcer Welcome to Yankee Stadium Hell old and will be out all the Yankee Games this year, introducing the player I prefer to believe that my voice gives whoever is able to hear it. A sense of normalcy. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS LOS Angeles The Dodgers have signed their newly acquired star Mookie Betts to a 12 year, $365 million deal.
988 to become the new 911 for suicide prevention
"The FCC has given the green light to a new easy to remember three digit national suicide hotline number. More from CBS's news correspondent Steve Futterman. We all know you call 911 for an emergency. Now the FCC has approved a special three digit number that those contemplating suicide can call There is already a national suicide hotline with the traditional 10 digit number. The three digit number 988 will make it easier. Aggie pious, the FCC chairman, It's a game changer. When it goes into effect in 2022. You will instantly be connected with a trained counselor. When you call
California rolls back reopening plans as new outbreaks force major reversal
"Economy, is suddenly in crisis again. The state moving to reverse the reopening, thanks to a surge in Corona virus cases and hospitalizations and the two largest school district's L. A. And San Diego say students will not return to classrooms in the fall. Your CBS and Steve Futterman, California's easing of restrictions did not work out as planned. Not everybody's practicing common sense and with the number of cases and hospitalizations and deaths, all spiking Governor Gavin Newsom is putting many of those restrictions back into effect. We are now required all counties to close their indoor activities. Numerous businesses will be impacted restaurants, movie theaters, zoos and museums. And the shuttering of all bars. Most residents are grudgingly going along. I'm not happy with it, but We have to make it work, You have to roll with it. But this woman in Riverside, California who wants a fitness center, says she will defy the orderly are encouraging everybody to stay nasty. Futterman, CBS NEWS
Nick Cordero, Broadway actor who battled COVID-19, dies at 41
"Has died after a long and well publicized struggle with the Corona virus here, CBS's Steve Futterman for just over three months, Nick Cordero bravely battled the ravages of the illness. For weeks, he was in a medically induced coma. He also lost a leg. He potentially also faced a double lung transplant. His wife said. There were many times doctors told her he would not survive. He kept beating the odds. Finally, though, the illness was too much. Nick Cordero was 41 years old. A Chicago
Broadway actor Nick Cordero dies in Los Angeles after battle with coronavirus
"Sad news tonight from Broadway. Tony nominated actor Nick Cordero has died at the age of 41 from Ravages brought on by the Corona virus. Four weeks Broadway actor Nick Cordero was in a medically induced coma. Then he lost his right leg. Now he has finally lost the battle here in L. A last week. His wife, Amanda Klute, spoke with CBS this morning about the struggle. They told me four times that he won't survive. Nick Cordero bravely fought Cove in 19 for just over three months. But in the end, he could not beat it. Steve Futterman CBS
MLB Cancels 2020 All-Star Game At Dodger Stadium; Los Angeles Angels' Mike Trout Unsure He'll Play 2020 Season
"Conclusion. But Major League Baseball has made it official. This year's All Star Game. A Dodger Stadium is cancelled. I'll have it there in 2022 instead, Cbssixty Futterman reports that a perennial All Star who plays across town may not play the game this year because of the outbreak. He is one of the biggest names in the sport home run number 40 for trial, but his major league baseball attempts distorted season later this month. Mike Trout of the Angels says he's not sure if he will take part is going to come down. How safe we're gonna be. If there's an outbreak in these next few weeks, I gotta I gotta reconsider. Complicating things for trout is the fact that his wife His pregnant trout says other major league players are expressing similar concerns. Steve
NFL to play "Black anthem" before all Week 1 games, reports say
"The NFL plans to have a song described as the black national anthem performed on the field. The first week of the regular season. More from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman has been performed by many great vocalists, Aretha Franklin Beyonc. On numerous church and school choirs. Now the National Football League reportedly plans tohave the song, lift every voice and sing what many call the black national anthem performed before each game during the first week of the
Facebook to label rule-breaking posts after advertisers flee
"As more and more huge advertisers suddenly flee Facebook the social media site is now making a change for lore the back correspondent Steve Futterman on what the company has just announced it's a major move by Facebook which says it will now flag or label all newsworthy posts that break its rules including those from president trump as for posting to incite violence or they try to suppress voting those could be removed completely the move by Facebook may have been driven by economics just hours earlier the European company Unilever which owns Ben and Jerry's ice cream said it was halting all advertising on Facebook through the end of
COVID-19 cases surge in US states after reopening businesses
"Futterman estates ease restrictions we are seen with many public health officials predicted a spike in covert nineteen cases one of those states is Texas where governor Greg Abbott says some businesses are not going along with the guideline there have been many bars that did not follow those protocols they've allowed people to gather in ways they should not have gathered and they exceeded what the capacity was two other states experiencing significant increases are California and
A noose was found in Bubba Wallace's garage stall, NASCAR says
"NASCAR's only full time black driver appears to be the target of a hate attack the noose was discovered in Bubba Wallace's garage at the Talladega track by a member of his race team NASCAR immediately issued a statement calling the incident a heinous act and saying we are angry and outraged NASCAR has launched an investigation Bubba Wallace calls it a despicable act of racism and hatred CBS is Steve Futterman they're reporting the discovery of the news follows the banning of the Confederate battle flag from all NASCAR events
Calls for police reform heard nationwide
"That it's not just Minneapolis there are calls for change all over the country your CBS's Steve Futterman police departments here in the west are facing scrutiny in Portland police chief Jamie rash under fire for her handling of protests resigned her post an African American officer takes over as the city's top cop this is the right thing to do in Seattle the city council was upset with the police there for using tear gas on protesters council members are threatening to reduce police funding by fifty percent but in San Diego just the opposite the council there is increasing money for its
Minneapolis city council pledges to disband police
"Two weeks after George Floyd's death a majority of the Minneapolis city council wants to dismantle the city's police force and replace it with something else CBS is Steve Futterman tells us the effort faces potential hurdles it is something unheard of for a major American city to discuss disbanded its police department but that's exactly what the city council members say they want to do council president Lisa Bender our city's relationship with the media outlets police departments to the policing as we know it those attending a protest rally in Minneapolis yesterday support the move we are still here watching black people get murdered and tear gas in our streets the mayor is against it and the idea might be more complicated than people think the city charter requires Minneapolis to have and fund a police department Steve Futterman
13-year-old graduates college with 4 associate's degrees
"Futterman teenage boys celebrating his graduation in style after becoming the youngest student to ever graduate from Fullerton college in California it was set up in the front yard of Jack Rico's Holman liberate a California we're proud friends and family were cheering on his accomplishment from their car so unlike most peers age Rico was not celebrating the end of his middle school career he finished with four associates degrees last weekend at just thirteen years old he credits his success to hard work never just know everything you have to study day and night they'll next enter the university of Nevada Las Vegas to possibly study screenwriting want to go out for dinner scenes all right you wanna pick up Michael down the way you know I got to be
Protesters mass in Hong Kong as anthem law is debated
"Futterman riot police on the streets of Hong Kong as protesters their rally against a bill that would criminalize any disrespect to the Chinese national anthem analyst **** lam says tensions are already running high after Beijing proposed a sweeping national security law last week many people fear that that might be a higher degree of immigration by middle class families elsewhere and also foreign businesses might undersized operations in Hong Kong president trump says Hong Kong may lose its status as a global financial center if it doesn't work its way
"futterman" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Futterman it's one of the radio taking a look right now at our major throughout the Delaware valley things are pretty quiet on the threats were in the vine St expressway this thing a little bit of construction on seventy six in both directions at thirtieth we do have some lane restrictions in place here now six seventy six the Vine Street expressway let's go between this could go on I find out on ninety five running between the Delaware state line of Bucks county things are pretty quiet we did have some earlier police activity northbound on ninety five leaving the Betsy Ross bridge that has cleared out of the way in New Jersey forty two southbound the ramp to get to creek road which is exit fourteen that ramp is blocked off for construction and two ninety five through Carney's point in both directions and exit to watch out for the restrictions there north and southbound mass transit it's running on or close to schedule K. one of the news radio and the eighteenth he phone porcelain all of our workers on the front lines during this summer good morning I'm Frank trainer our top story this morning the corona virus pandemic what you need to know from KYW newsradio more restrictions being lifted in the state of New Jersey affecting retail construction and outdoor drive through events the details from our south Jersey bureau chief David Madden basically driving events can go on as long as the cars are distancing people stay in the vehicle come Monday nonessential construction and retail can resume with limitations outlined by governor Phil Murphy we are explicitly permitting curbside pickup to be clear no customers.
"futterman" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Steve Futterman CBS news the southern California's only twenty four hour local news in traffic station can extend seventy newsradio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories it'll fly the stay at home or in LA county could last well into the summer and governor Ducey moves to further ease the coronavirus chokehold on California's economy but first traffic weather together every ten minutes on the fives and here's Tony combos this is never good news it's a secular downtown Tenney said Santa Fe Avenue a vehicle hit a pedestrian and now we've got a sick alert the left three lanes are shut down and actually that'll be for an unknown amount of time they are also diverting everybody off at central so you're going to be taken off the freeway for now you can use Olympic a Washington to get around this closure in south LA the one of five west of the one ten solo vehicle car blocking the car pool lane seeing that back up starting to dissipate so that is probably in the clearing stages of it has been cleared already one of five west of San Pedro street they've Caltrans is asking C. H. P. if they could please stop plans they can fill some potholes get some deep potholes in the right lane so that break will start at central for all lanes and they should be doing that the next few minutes or so through Carson gets a guardrail work along the one ten and I'm the one ten south Caltrans is laying some cones down south on one ten the four oh five to P. C. H. L. have a lane closed foursome that Caltrans work and it looks like the north bound four oh five connector to the north bound or steamy northbound seven ten Camaro northbound four five is now open that was a long playing settlers Caltrans had to fix a guardrail looks like that's all clear and everything's open next reported ten fifteen I'm trying to converse with more traffic reports were often can extend seventy newsradio fortunately got lows in the fifties and then looking ahead here Wednesday another mild day highs mid sixties to mid seventies looking.
"futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Steve Futterman in Los Angeles a Senate hearing today could have some fireworks Dr Anthony Fauci according to The New York Times we'll tell senators that re opening the economy too soon could lead to needless suffering and death more in today's hearing from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff the Senate help committee is holding this morning's hearing but there will be very few people in the committee room not only is the chairman senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee holding that hearing remotely from his home some of the star witnesses like Dr Anthony Fauci FDA commissioner Steven Hahn and CDC director Robert Redfield will all testify before the committee as they self isolate their doing so after it was discovered that vice president pence's press secretary tested positive for the virus bill ray Cobb CBS news some new covert nineteen rules for White House staffers your CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the memo was an emblem of how the threat is now being taken more seriously inside the White House he directs all employees entering the west wing to wear a mask except when they're at their own desks up until last Friday when the vice president's press secretary tested positive top trump aides appeared to issue masks and social distancing displaying their sense that regular testing was enough to feel confident their workplace was a corona virus free zone the meat industry is still being hit hard by the corona virus here's CBS's Matt Piper across the meat packing industry there about at least twelve thousand five hundred covert nineteen cases and fifty one deaths according to the Midwest center for investigative reporting and many of them are at Tyson business insider reports forty six hundred cases and eighteen deaths link back to the meat giant well the company is relaxed its attendance policies it still does not offer full paid sick leave so Tyson employees many of whom are immigrants continue to go to work even when sick Matt Piper CBS news was nineteen deaths in the U. S. on Monday passed the eighty thousand mark a potential landmark hearing at the Supreme Court today the justices will hear arguments on whether some key financial records of president trump could be turned over to Congress CBS news legal analyst Rebecca Rafi she she intended that Congress should be able to engage in some kind of oversight there's always been something that has to be balanced so we don't want you know I have some kind of political animus he kind of entity could get any points with the president is cleaning is a kind of absolute immunity from investigation and carries over our investigations the impeachment inquiry and no president has ever cleared including Richard Nixon these kind of absolute immunity in Tuesday trading in Tokyo the Nikkei ended the session down twenty four points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app.
"futterman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Reporting I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles a Senate hearing today could have some fireworks Dr Anthony Fauci according to The New York Times we'll tell senators that re opening the economy too soon could lead to needless suffering and death more in today's hearing from CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff the Senate help committee is holding this morning's hearing but there will be very few people in the committee room not only is the chairman senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee holding that hearing remotely from his home some of the star witnesses like Dr Anthony Fauci FDA commissioner Steven Hahn and CDC director Robert Redfield will all testify before the committee as they self isolate their doing so after it was discovered that vice president pence's press secretary tested positive for the virus bill ray Cobb CBS news some new covert nineteen rules for White House staffers or CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the memo was an emblem of how the threat is now being taken more seriously inside the White House he directs all employees entering the west wing to wear a mask except when they're at their own desks up until last Friday when the vice president's press secretary tested positive top trump aides appeared to issue masks and social distancing displaying their sense that regular testing was enough to feel confident their workplace was a corona virus free zone the meat industry is still being hit hard by the corona virus here's CBS's Matt Piper across the meat packing industry there about at least twelve thousand five hundred covert nineteen cases and fifty one deaths according to the Midwest center for investigative reporting and many of them are at Tyson business insider reports forty six hundred cases and eighteen deaths link back to the meat giant while the company is relaxed its attendance policies it still does not offer full paid sick leave so Tyson employees many of whom are immigrants continue to go to work even when sick back Piper CBS news was nineteen deaths in the U. S. on Monday passed the eighty thousand mark a potential landmark hearing at the Supreme Court today the justices will hear arguments on whether some key financial records of president trump could be turned over to Congress CBS news legal analyst Rebecca Rafi reserve the constitution intended that Congress should be able to engage in some kind of oversight there's always been something that has to be balanced so we don't want you don't have some kind of political animus he kind of entity could get any points what the president is cleaning is a kind of absolute immunity from investigation and carries over another investigations impeachment inquiry and no president has ever cleared including Richard Nixon these kind of absolute immunity in Tuesday trading in Tokyo the Nikkei ended the session down twenty four points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download.
"futterman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Reporting I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. now tops nineteen thousand seven hundred that is now more than any other country despite that CBS's Dr David Akers says other signs in this country are looking good we hope and pray that the data reflect the trend they're going to continue but they're showing is fewer hospitalizations fewer ICU intensive care unit admissions and fewer people going on a ventilator on a daily basis and so they were going up now they've flattened the gas had not yet flattened but there's a delay of about a week between hospital admissions and decrease in death it was announced today that public schools in New York City will stay close for the remainder of the school year New York City mayor bill de Blasio says that when he initially close the schools on March fifteenth there was a very strong likelihood we wouldn't be able to bring him back for this school year kids are missing out on so much of what they could have as they were in school building but we've also been more more sure every day that keeping this strategy of social distancing and shelter in place keeping that going and deepening that is the best way forward to protect all of us topping the list of the mayor's priorities for the rest of the school year getting an iPod or another device to every student who needs one but Michigan CBS news president trump is trying to determine when US businesses should re open I call it the opening our country task force or opening our country councils president trump said he's assembling a panel of experts including doctors business leaders and governors to help guide his decision on when to restart the economy I'm gonna have to make a decision and I only hope to god that it's the right decision but I would say without question it's the biggest decision I've ever had to make the.
"futterman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Steve Futterman in Los Angeles the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. now tops nineteen thousand seven hundred that is now more than any other country despite that CBS's Dr David Akers says other signs in this country are looking good we hope and pray that the data reflect the trend they're going to continue but they're showing is fewer hospitalizations fewer ICU intensive care unit admissions and fewer people going on a ventilator on a daily basis and so they were going up now they've flattened the deaths had not yet flattened but there's a delay of about a week between hospital admissions and decrease in death it was announced today that public schools in New York City will stay close for the remainder of the school year New York City mayor bill de Blasio says that when he initially close the schools on March fifteenth there was a very strong likelihood we wouldn't be able to bring them back for this school year kids are missing out on so much of what they could have if they were in school building but we've also been more more sure every day that keeping this strategy of social distancing and shelter in place keeping that going and deepening that is the best way forward to protect all of us topping the list of the mayor's priorities for the rest of the school year getting an iPod or another device to every student who needs one but Michigan CBS news president trump is trying to determine when US businesses should re open I call it the opening our country task force or opening our country councils president trump said he's assembling a panel of experts including doctors business leaders and governors to help guide his decision on when to restart the economy I'm gonna have to make a decision.
"futterman" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Steve Futterman in Los Angeles it's turning into another disastrous day on Wall Street the Dow has been down as much as twenty three hundred points below the nineteen thousand level dropping that one point two more than two by more than ten percent New York state has put hardline restrictions in place here's correspondent Wendy Gillette governor Cuomo says he's against a shelter in place order in New York City instead he is focusing on workplaces statewide no business can have more than fifty percent of their work force report to work outside of their home over fourteen thousand people have been tested for the virus in New York more than twenty three hundred were positive in the most cases are in New York City over thirteen hundred so far when the Gillette CBS news New York in the UK companies are helping the battle against corona virus I'm picky Barker in London where companies have been joining the war against the coronavirus a British brewery has retooled to produce hand sanitizer which it says it plans to give away and more than sixty British companies have answered the call to employ their three D. printing technology and sophisticated assembly lines to produce badly needed ventilators most say they're donating their efforts in what they're calling a wartime mobilization and across the channel in France Parisians are also learning to live with restrictions there were still some cars on the shows any say on the second day of lockdown but generally the streets of Paris are quiet regions formed unusually disciplined line said side bakeries and supermarkets to buy fresh food stores are asking customers to use contactless bank cards and restaurant delivery apps are dropping food at the door so there is no physical contact Alain called CBS news Paris how do exactly referred to the corona virus while that came up at today's White House briefing here's White House correspondent Steven Portnoy on Twitter the president continues to refer to covert nineteen as a Chinese virus services that all of the letters off comes from China Mr trump was asked about a White House official who in a conversation with CBS news described the corona viruses Kong flu Highlanders certainly he denied such talk puts Asian Americans at risk of discrimination I think they probably would agree with that a hundred percent that comes from China Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington and again on Wall Street just another very nasty day the Dow Jones industrial average on a deep nose dive it's dropped as much as twenty three hundred points during the day right now a bit of an upswing gets down eighteen hundred points this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans who understands that it's not just a mortgage it's your mortgage that's the difference rocket mortgage push button get mortgage Rio three con WTOP on this March eighteenth twenty twenty we have a mix of clouds and sun fifty four degrees in northwest DC to the forties tonight this is Washington's top news one oh three point five FM and WTOP dot com hero Sean Anderson and Hillary how handy good Wednesday afternoon to you I'm Brendan Hazelton in for Hillary today now to the latest on the corona virus outbreak in our area the number of confirmed cases in Maryland Virginia and DC is now more than one hundred ninety and we're learning this afternoon a U. S. marshal who works at DC Superior Court has learned he's tested positive for the virus in light of his job interacting with inmates attorneys and court staff the diagnosis is forcing multiple agencies to consider how they proceed let's get the rest of the story now from WTOP's Megan clarity the US marshal receive test results for the coronavirus five days after seeing his doctor the chief deputy U. S. marshal DC Superior Court Robert Brandt says the man worked in court rooms J. fifteen in juvenile arraignments and in C. ten where new defendants first see a judge Brent confirms the man also had contact with their corresponding cell blocks but says so far no one else is exhibiting symptoms the diagnosis affects the US attorney's office for DC public defenders court staff the defendants and members of the public who recently been in the court Meghan clarity WTOP news new today we are learning that a student at George Washington University in DC has tested positive for the virus the student lives off campus and from all indications is doing well schools working with DC health to identify anyone on campus who might have had contact with that patient in DC health is directly notifying anyone.
"futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Caucus our Steve Futterman is there on this day before all the top contenders are here voters are making their choices this man thought he had a candidate but is switching my wife and I were both with Elizabeth Warren and why did you switch we liked what she had to say but the more we listened we didn't completely agree with the most recent polls all show Bernie Sanders with a significant lead with Joe Biden Elizabeth warning people to judge all sh president trump said today that he is narrowing down a list of candidates to be the next director of national intelligence CBS is Steve Dorsey on Twitter president trump said he has four great candidates under consideration he teased a decision within the next few weeks it comes after Georgia Republican congressman Doug Collins turned down the job after president trump confirmed to reporters Collins was on his short list of candidates in the meantime Mr trump is appointing the U. S. ambassador to Germany to temporarily replace outgoing acting D. N. I. Joe McGuire day four of jury deliberations in the rape trial of movie producer Harvey Weinstein has wrapped up for the day a note from the jury indicated that they are deadlocked on the most serious charges W. CBS's Michael Wallace the jury asked the judge if it can be unanimous on three counts but hung on the other two which are the most serious counts of predatory sexual assault Weinstein's lawyers said they would accept the partial verdict prosecutors said no judge James Burke told the jury to keep working deliberations will continue on Monday the World Health Organization warned today that the window just stabbed a deadly corona virus outbreak was closing amid concerns over surging cases with no clear link to China meanwhile the state department is warning Americans against taking cruises to or within Asia over concerns about the virus the CDC's Dr Nancy Meissonier virus represents a tremendous public health threat we don't yet have a vaccine for this novel virus nor do we have a medicine to treat it specifically players on the U. S. women's national soccer team are seeking nearly sixty seven million dollars in damages as part of their gender discrimination lawsuit against the U. S. soccer federation documents filed in federal court in Los Angeles include comparisons of the collective bargaining agreement between the women's and men's teams women want to settle out of court charging vastly unfair pay between their teams and the men's the federation eager to avoid a trial asked the judge to dismiss the lawsuit the trial is set to start may fifth stay tuned this is CBS news save up to five dollars on Medicare part D. copays when Walgreens is your preferred pharmacy copay savings on tier one generic drugs available to select plans that include Walgreens as a preferred pharmacy it's two oh three at the bay area's new station KCBS sunny and warmer around the bay today gorgeous day out there on Jeff bell I'm Patty rising here's what's happening a west Oakland high school remains closed due to the discovery of the toxic chemical in groundwater under the campus KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross tells us the discovery is making people who live and work near vile little nervous it's almost eerily quiet a climb as high school given that it's a school day in February Jan who lives around the corner from the campus knows it's closed because of potentially cancer causing chemical was found in groundwater under the school and that does make her a bit wary there's a lot of unknowns right now I knows that next door there's some of my neighbors have been living there for twenty plus years and they've never seen a problem but there's there's kids in the area the chemical in question is tri chloro ethylene and it has not been found in the schools drinking water but Robert who also lives nearby is nervous none the less engine here contaminated groundwater you think all right maybe I should careful what I'm drinking here let's find out a little bit more information I want to get too paranoid immediately but the same time contaminated groundwater is an alarming thing to hear my clients will remain closed while testing is done and the campus is not expected to reopen until the middle of next week at the earliest in west Oakland Melissa call Ross KCBS in Oakland police academy class graduating the day after the police chief has fired KCBS is Margie Shafer has more from the Scottish Rite temple in Oakland family and friends whooped and hollered as the academy class marked a milestone.
"futterman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Steve Futterman live at the democratic debate in Las Vegas it was gloves off here Wednesday night as the six leading democratic candidates faced off and for the new comer Michael Bloomberg it was at times especially uncomfortable evening the former New York City mayor came under repeated attack this in the opening minutes from Bernie Sanders Mr Bloomberg policies in New York City up stop and frisk one after African American and Latino people in an outrageous way that is not a way you're going to grow voter turnout and this from Elizabeth Warren I like to talk about who were running against billionaire calls women fat broad and for space lesbians I'm not talking about Donald Trump I'm talking about Bloomberg he has the best chance to beat president trump as first thought some Bernie Sanders chances I don't think there's any chance of senator meeting present time I'm Steve Futterman live in Las Vegas now with more CBS news here's but Michigan a mass shooting Wednesday night in Germany CBS news correspondent Lana's Ackley say eight people have been shot and killed in the city of and now it's about twelve miles east of Frankford local media reports suggest that the attack took place at two separate locations one is said to be a hookah lounge witnesses reportedly heard multiple gunshots and saw at least one person lying on the ground police say a suspect in the shootings was later found dead in his home alongside another body tragedy Wednesday night at a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans a woman was run over and killed by a float witnesses indicated that the woman stepped in between what's called a tandem float a new case of corona virus has been confirmed among people evacuated from a cruise ship to a California military base meanwhile hundreds of tourists on that ship in Japan are being released from quarantine CBS news correspondent Michael George passengers who tested negative for the coronavirus began leaving the diamond princess cruise ship at the end of a much criticized fourteen day quarantine period the departure comes the same day Japanese officials announced more infections on board the ship bringing the total to more than six hundred no single profession or infection control pass on he said as she also in charge of everything a Japanese infection control specialist who says he boarded the ship went on social media to criticize officials for failing to follow basic protocol more rain is in the forecast for Mississippi the last thing the state capital of Jackson needs as flood waters recede but many homes and businesses are still without power governor tape three one thing that has become clear to me is that there is going to be a need for a lot of us to step up and help clean up this is CBS news traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three WBZ traffic time is one oh three right now downtown ninety three north bound as a right wing closure Tobin bridge the Solomon square no significant delay southbound ninety three the carpool lane is closed exit twenty four to government center and Callahan total also close the tour over to exit twenty three Tobin bridge uptown work crews cause delays up to the Chelsea curves mass pike eastbound down only by Cambridge street no delay but pike east and westbound you get a reduced rate speak to the potential tunnel Tulane's close both ways airport tells the Callahan is down for the night take a detour to the Ted Williams on the teddy west bound the railings close just a brief delay summer total moving freely south of the city route three route twenty four ninety five all looking good expressway south as a right wing taken by Columbia road no significant delay but exit fifteen is blocked follow the detour west of the city mass pike westbound in Weston you're down to link before one twenty eight expect some delays there nor the time you're looking good on.
"futterman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Correspondent Steve Futterman looks back on his life for thirty years he led the NBA and was often the face of the league for some of its most memorable moment toggle bowls Michael Jordan did stern was in charge during a remarkable period of growth sparked by players like Michael Jordan Magic Johnson Larry Bird one of his biggest moves in nineteen ninety two paving the way for NBA players to take part in the only under stern the NBA brought in international players and basketball became one of the most popular sports around the world Steve Futterman CBS news another death to report in relation to the family of Whitney Houston Nick Gordon the ex partner of Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina brown has died people magazine reports that Gordon died today of a drug overdose in Florida Gordon's death comes three years after he was found liable in the wrongful death case of brown Gordon was thirty years old gunfire ringing in the new year across Detroit as police say one person is dead and at least eight other people were shot over night just after eleven thirty this morning a man's body was found along Monica street police say the victim identified only as a man in his early to mid twenties suffered a fatal gunshot wound earlier around two thirty AM a female driver was shot on the east side after honking that someone who was driving head on ask her she was last listed in temporary serious condition elsewhere police have reported at least six other incidents with seven total victims and a man who barricaded himself in a west Bloomfield hotel room overnight has surrendered newsradio nine fifties that Clark has that story west Bloomfield police got a call around two AM saying there was a disturbance at the Hampton inn on northwestern highway in orchard lake one of the only survived a woman was running naked in the hallways thanks been abused by her husband was barricaded in their room with a gun the couple who are from out of state invented a new year's eve party that's believed both had been drinking the woman was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries while the man surrendered to authorities just before ten thirty Wednesday morning it's not clear what led to the incident that Clark WWJ newsradio nine fifty it was a new year's eve heist in east point the family dollar along nine mile road was run on Tuesday night by two men one of which was armed with a semi automatic handgun police tell us the suspects took an undetermined amount of cash from the register both suspects are men in their early twenties the man with the gun stands about six feet tall he was wearing a blue ski mask at the time the cooks fled the scene before police arrived the companies plan to mine a mineral beneath Michigan's lower peninsula that is used as an agricultural fertilizer remains in league legal limbo we get the story from Jason Scott whose following this it was about two years ago the C. E. O. of Michigan potash operating LLC said the region's mineral deposits could be worth sixty five billion dollars to the state's economy however the Detroit Free Press reports the company's permits for its proposal to mine the mineral potash and its property in every township are now being challenged by a grassroots environmental group Michigan citizens for water conservation that group argues that Michigan potash quote could not have picked a worse location of mine Jason Scott's WWJ newsradio nine fifty in the new year it's a chance to shape how Michigan chooses its representatives in Washington W. W. J. Sandra McNeil reports voters approved a line twenty eighteen that will take effect this year it's designed to take the partisanship out of how voting districts are drawn up the boundaries will not be drawn by an independent commission made up of ordinary citizens and the state is encouraging voters to sign up the commission will choose the boundaries for Michigan house and Senate races as well as the US Congress it will be made up of four Democrats four Republicans and five people not affiliated with any party anyone.
"futterman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"CBS Steve Futterman is there it is our traditional new year's day here in Pasadena the one hundred thirty first rose parade under way right now we have the fly over by the B. two stealth bomber now we have some of the equestrian units the marching bands in the flour covered floats about to make their way along the five and a half mile route they've been doing this for more than a century the theme of this year's parade the power of Steve Futterman CBS news Pasadena California a slew of new laws take effect today one of them let's online shoppers keep their information private tech expert Chris Babel one of the requirements of the California lies on the home page of your site that you actually display a button that says do not tell my data a federal judge in California has blocked a portion of the state's new labor law from taking effect it makes it harder for companies to classify seventy thousand truckers as independent contractors instead of employees entitled to minimum wage and benefits like workers comp blind language from a federal judge on a voter ID law in the south federal judge Loretta Biggs cited the state's quote sordid history of racial discrimination and voter suppression in issuing a ruling blocking north Carolina's newest version of a controversial voter ID law her decision means voters in the state won't have to provide a photo ID and twenty twenty elections the judge says a lawsuit filed by the state and double ACP and others needs to be resolved a similar twenty thirteen voter ID law was struck down by a federal appeals court in twenty six to eight Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina one of the songs was synonymous with the nineteen seventies kids TV show schoolhouse rock.
"futterman" Discussed on Marni on the Move
"Gone before you know might be goals that safety can get a Boston qualifying time and the seagull is just getting myself crossed the finish line and I see the most important goal though the most important thing that anyone can do is just be as thankful that you're on the starting line as you are when you get to the finish line because there's a lot of people that because as of physical ailment billy's or one thing or another you know they can't do this thing and just the fact that you did all the training the the actual race itself should really be a celebration of everything you've done to get there that's awesome this has been so amazing thanks for having me we're at the New York Times and for being on the podcast thanks so much for having me issue is one of the great things about this book is just been able to talk to people all over the on your book on your website can find it on the website wherever wherever books are sold Amazon B. N. are you on Instagram I'm on Graham Matt Foot one okay is what my and you handle is and twitter's at Matt Futterman and Facebook I'm not hard to find yeah awesome thank you thanks a lot for having me thanks again for tuning into Marnie on the move if you like what you hear leave us a five star review in Oh podcasts follow us on social at Marnie on the move for facebook and instagram.
"futterman" Discussed on Marni on the Move
"Of the New York Times a twenty four time marathoner and author of the incredible page turning bulk running to the edge a band of misfits and the Goo WHO unlocked the secrets of speed. It is the inspiring story of the visionary running coach Bob Larsen one of America's greatest running coaches his his paret into the nuances of distance running and uncovering the secrets of speed meshed with the captivating stories behind Larson's runners the Hummel towards an American Olympians medcalf Leschi Dina caster running to the edge offers a look into the science techniques history of running Matthew Futterman.
"futterman" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Huge factor in performance. I can imagine because I I mean just for having I'm the furthest thing from an elite runner but I I mean I melt in the heat. Heat and humidity is just absolute Kryptonite and affects different people in different ways yeah and I imagine it affects and I know especially when it affects me. which is I keep getting bad luck or or I've had several moments of bad luck where I train all winter for the Boston marathon on the show up at the start line and I'm training in thirty degree weather in New York and then it ends up being the first beautiful spring day in Boston and like this today this year it was seventy degrees humid and now house a year before I ran out and really that's my best race twenty mile an hour headwind in thirty seven degrees freezing rain that was absolute heaven but but you know I was in good shape ever been this year and and I've never felt more sick in a race and it just I guess I knew four miles in <hes> I was just so out of breath on this tiny will incline and just twenty miles later I was limping and basically and I was so sunburned and I was like a looked like the rest of the week that I had like that first day you go to the beach in the spring when your Pale as a ghost when you come home and you're like fried ride? That's what I looked like after the Boston marathon so but yeah it's it's getting back to a retired about. I mean if you can stay cool. It's a great thing and he had these vests at the Athens and Olympics that Mab indeed were wearing those ate ice this until the very last minute and now it's ubiquitous you see you see tour de France riders wearing them when they're warming up before the time trials like you you see this happening you know across across many disciplines of sport now. It's gotTa start somewhere yeah but it's amazing when you look back on it though because all of these things are very elemental.
"futterman" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Okay. This week's conversation is with Matthew Futterman. The deputy sports editor of the New York Times, and he's previously worked for the Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Inquirer the star ledger of New Jersey where he was part of the team that won the pulse are prize for breaking news in two thousand five Matthew grew up in New York and eventually found his way to Columbia University's graduate school of journalism. So he studied it. He cares about writing. He's got some serious chops behind him. And one of his deep passions in life is running. And he does it a lot for long distances is fast, too. And so this conversation though, it's not about running. We do talk about it, but it's about how he uses his inner life to help. Others do the same whether that's through his journalism at the New York Times or through his new book running to the edge at its core. The book is way more about insights in strategies toward improvement as a human than it is about running tactics. And I've had the privilege of being interviewed by Matt when he was at the Wall Street Journal. And since then I've followed his work. He's one of the rare three folks who have been able to really get to the essence and capture the spirit of what I wanted to communicate in the interview, and that's really about how people can flourish in the faults around that so for that I've just enjoyed his writings. From that time. And I hope that you'll do the same and maybe it starts with buying his book. So with that, let's jump right into this conversation with Matthew funner men, Matt. How are you? I'm great doing very well today. Five and a half hours on a plane, but sitting in Hermosa beach doesn't get much better than that. It's, it's, it's a little overcast, which is rare but it is a beautiful place in the world. It's phenomenal. Yeah, this is like one of my favorite areas in the world. This sort of on the New Yorker an but I absolutely love California. I have a daughter goes to school in northern California. Another one who's gonna join her in a couple of months in northern California. So we're out here for amount. But this area, particularly like just south of L as a special where did you grow up? I grew up in Larchmont, New York. She's a little suburb, just north of New York City northeast. Okay. So describe. What that was like, like grown-up. What is it like growing up? So grown up for me in Larchmont, New York. If you've read John Cheever, the short stories, which many of them take place in Russia by, I think someone take place in Larchmont, but sort of classic suburban New York. You know, I guess back in the day, the, the word, I don't know if it's a politically correct word to use anymore. It was kind of a waspy sailing town, but, you know, and it has it's much more mixed much more mixed now than than it was back in the nineteen fifties. But this is sort of the this is the classic Larchmont yacht club is big place. It's, it's kind of the ideal idealized childhood in a lot of ways. So that's the neighborhood. And then when you zoom into what it was like for you. What was it like inside your home inside of your family? So I'm one of three brothers on the youngest of three brothers. I have to say growing up. I was kind of the black sheep. My older brother is school came. Easier to them. Let's just say that. And you know, they're they probably athletically. I think there are better than me. I guess whether or not I was the black sheep kind of see myself that way. And so that's really sort of, you know, after all these years. That's what it was like. And you know, but pretty loving pretty supportive household..
"futterman" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Futterman. Those trying to organize a fiftieth anniversary, Woodstock concert have hit another major roadblock the owners of Watkins Glen race track. And upstate New York where it was hoped. The concert will take place say they have terminated their contract with the promoters. The organizers of Woodstock fifty had planned to put on Woodstock style three day music festival in August to coincide with the half-century anniversary to right now. The show is without a venue, Steve Futterman, CBS news. Twenty five years after the grizzly killings that transformed him from hall of fame football hero to murder suspect, seventy one year old OJ Simpson. His speaking to the Associated Press, here's CBS's Matt piper. It's been twenty five years since his ex-wife and her friend were killed and OJ Simpson, says he's happy healthy and plays golf nearly every day in an interview with the Associated Press he says, neither he nor is children want to talk about the June twelfth nineteen Ninety-four, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Ron Goldman were stabbed to death. It's a subject. I'll never revisit again. He said my family and I moved onto what we call the no negative zone Simpson who lives in Las Vegas was acquitted and has continued to declare his innocence, the murder cases officially listed as unsolved, Matt piper CBS news. Yeah. He can move onto a no negative zone. Is Nicole Brown? They can't..
"futterman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Futterman. Are they or aren't they are the North Koreans getting ready to conduct another test of a rocket? The speculation comes just a week after President Trump's meeting with Kim Jong UN ended with no agreement. Here's the BBC's. Laura bicker latest activity is at a site known as son Dong just outside of young. It's where North Korea make most of its intercontinental ballistic missiles and most of its walk hits for satellite, launches and the activity is large trucks, which they've seen going into night doesn't sound like much, but it is activity, and the many believe is consistent with that of preparing for either emits, I'll a rocket launch singer or Kelly is other jail in Chicago that happened moments ago after he posted bail, the embattled singer faces criminal charges. He's a. Accused of sexually abusing four women three of them underage. He has been in jail since Wednesday for failing to pay child support. Here's CBS's Jurica. Duncan. Kelly continues to deny all abuse allegations Kelly's publicist says that his client remains in good spirits while behind bars in his looking forward to a speedy trial. If convicted on all charges are Kelly could face up to seventy years in prison a scare at Newark airport today. An air transit flight on it's way too much. We all had to make an emergency landing at Newark. Here's CBS's Kris van cleave Horta thirty of New York and New Jersey says there were no major injuries. Just a couple of very minor things that happened when you accurate an airplane. An injured ankle that kind of thing. More tornadoes today. The national weather service has confirmed one his touchdown in Arkansas. There were reports of another touchdown in Louisiana. Here's meteorologist Jeff beer deli. Severe weather season is off to a real running start. Here's the reason to jet. Streams merging into one right in the nation's middle. This of course comes less than a week. After a deadly tornados touched down in Alabama killing more than twenty people. President Trump paid a visit Alabama yesterday to meet with some of those victims get ready for daylight savings time. It begins just past midnight. It's going to take about a week for your body to adjust to the time changes Emory, University, sleep specialists and Rogers, but the most important thing to do get too early. A lot of people end up dozing in front of the TV and then going to bed, you know, maybe a conscious effort not to do that or to come in a little early on Saturday night. If you've been out partying or whatever she says caffeine may help. But only if you don't usually drink it and a lunchtime nap on Monday can't hurt Sabrina cupid for CBS news, Atlanta. And remember the rules for daylight saving time spring.