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Apple’s Siri now helps you to check coronavirus symptoms

Jay Talking

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Apple’s Siri now helps you to check coronavirus symptoms

"Apple iPhone owners can now turn to sciri for help on the corona virus without fanfare apple has updated its voice assistant users can now ask Hey Siri do I have the coronavirus the reply will ask if they are exhibiting symptoms those who say they have extreme symptoms will be told to consider calling nine one one if symptoms are not extreme people will be told to isolated call a medical provider if their condition becomes more severe apple phone users also will be offered a download of telehealth apps and perhaps get a virtual consult Gary Nunn CBS

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Marriott, Hotel Owners to Furlough Thousands of Workers or Cut Staff

Your Partner in Law

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Marriott, Hotel Owners to Furlough Thousands of Workers or Cut Staff

"Home with so many Americans now sheltering at home massive layoffs announced by major hotel chain here CBS news correspondent Gary Nunn Marriott the world's largest hotel company has sent layoff notices to more than half of its corporate employees not only that it's Bethesda Maryland headquarters but also worldwide the Wall Street journal reports the furloughs are expected to last two to three months US employees will get twenty percent of their salary those who continue to work will be subject to a twenty percent pay cuts and shorter work weeks earlier Merion announced layoffs of thousands of a tell staff has more of its hotels are

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"gary nunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"It to the FAA that Pham shell revelation came up when FAA's acting administrator Daniel L answered questions today during a house committee hearing point is a year elapsed before bowing told the FAA what actions did the FAA take at that point in time. Did you consider that inappropriate behavior by Boeing? So I'm concerned that it took a year, and we're looking into that. And we're going to fix that Washington. Congressman Rick Larsen took L well to task saying that the public counts on the FAA to oversee the certification of new plane has a credibility problem. The FA needs to fix its credibility problem the planes have been grounded since mid-march after a second thirty-seven max eight crashed in Ethiopia five months after the disaster in Indonesia, three hundred forty six. People were killed in all in the two crashes. Alabama's governor has just signed the nation's strictest abortion ban, which makes performing an abortion a felony. In nearly all cases the law only allows exceptions to avoid a serious health risk to the unborn. Child's mother for an ectopic pregnancy. Or if the unborn child has a lethal anomaly doctors who perform abortions could face up to life in prison. The next time you're in a public pool. Here's something to think about it is almost that time again. Swimming, pool weather just a few weeks away. But without allure comes new survey that finds about half of all Americans at MIT using the pool as a communal bath tub and alternative to showering off after a full-fledged summer. Sweat research by the water control and health council finds that sixty four percent of us say, we know pool chemicals. Don't replace the need to shower, but we do it. Anyway, sweat another stuff on our skin make it harder for pool chemicals to kill germs. Gary nunn. CBS news. Let's check back in with Tracy Taylor. Now with KIRO radio realtime traffic..

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Gary Nunn. An explosive revelation by former FBI director, Andrew McCabe, he tells correspondent, Scott Pelley. And a sixty minutes interview, the deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein mentioned invoking the twenty fifth amendment to oust President Trump McCabe detailing his concerns and those of others at the Justice department about the president's firing of FBI director, James Komai deputy attorney general offered to wear a wire into the White House. He said, I never get searched. When I go into the White House. I can easily wear a recording device. They wouldn't know there at the time. There were concerns about the possibility of the president's ties to Russia responding to the McCabe interview. The Justice department provided a carefully worded statement saying that McCabe story is inaccurate. And factually incorrect, the deputy attorney general never authorized any recording. Nor was the deputy attorney general in a position to consider invoking the twenty fifth amendment. A lighthouse indicates that the president will veto any congressional disapproval of his national emergency declaration as a means to fund a southern border wall. I'm Tom Foty. We not only numerous lawsuits promised what the possibility of congress voting to disapprove, President Trump's claim of national emergency over the border funds. A senior White House adviser implies a presidential veto. He's going to protect his national emergency declaration guaranteed. The fact they're even talking about resolution, disapproval shows, you this is a statutory issue. Stephen Miller on Fox News, Sunday, California, congressman Adam Schiff, if we surrender the power of the purse there will be little check and no balanced left. It will not be a separation of powers anymore. He was on CNN. Tom Foty CBS news Washington at the Daytona five hundred the race was stopped today by a major up for nearly twenty five minutes. Peter King a Daytona.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gary Nunn CBS news, there's a new launch date for an important test flight that could lead to the first human spaceflights from US soil since the shuttle's retired back in twenty eleven CBS's. Peter King has more from Orlando, Florida. The president spoke about during his state of the union address this year American astronauts will go back to space on American rockets. Spacex says he hopes to lodge crew dragon spacecraft from the Kennedy Space. Center March second unmanned for a rendezvous docking with the international space station bowling hopes to fly its star lighter for the first time from Cape Canaveral air force station in April also unpiloted if the flights go well, both companies plan to start flying astronauts to and from the station later this year. Peter King CBS news Orlando. Meanwhile, NASA is teaming up with the European Space Agency to test a planetary defense system. We get details from Lisa Carter. The goal is to try and knock an asteroid off course. And this case it's a romp. Dabbed Diddy moon one the size of the great pyramid around seven million miles away. It's not threat to earth. But if an asteroid of similar size where it hit the planet. It could cause some serious damage. The first part of the plan involves launching a special probe called dart at the rock sometime in twenty smashing into the target in twenty twenty two the Europeans will then send a second probe to see how effective the test was it would take far more power than the dark probe to deflect a massive asteroid. Headed toward earth. The Ford Motor Company is recalling some of its twenty nineteen ranger pickup trucks. Over a faulty Shifter. The issue affects about thirty five hundred vehicles in the US and Canada. We get details from Jeff Gilbert. The problem is with a wiring issue that could disable an important safety feature. Whether it makes you put your foot on the brake when shifting out of park with that disabled, the likelihood of a roll away increases there have been a real world incidents or injuries since the ranger his brand new vehicles involved may still be on dealer. Lots. Fiat Chrysler are calling more than half a million ram trucks. Tom Roberts has more. The company says a faulty steering component on some vehicles could separate and cause drivers to lose control. Fiat Chrysler, noted eight crashes and one injury may be linked to the problem. The recall include ram twenty five.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Gary Nunn, CBS news lift will soon offer passengers and option of requesting an electric or a hybrid car. The ridesharing company is launching the feature in Seattle. I than in other cities lift says, there's demand for greener choices in the Pacific northwest and people won't have to pay more last summer. Uber launched a feature that lets you know, if you're getting an electric car with Valentine's Day approaching we're getting predictions on how much we plan to spend on our significant others national retail federation says Americans will spend more than twenty billion dollars on Valentine's Day in most of it by matter expecting to spend over three hundred dollars on their partners. In comparison women are only expecting to spend about sixty four dollars on their partners and grades. Kellyanne Smith suggesting couple show, their love and more economical ways. So many different ways that they can have a meaningful celebration without going out and spending a lot of money cook dinner together or maybe by your beloved chocolates or flowers for Valentine's Day, not both. Daria Albinger, ABC news. A large barnacle covered would cross washes ashore along the south Florida beach, and it captivates tourists who dragged it from the water's edge. Man says he was walking along that beach and Fort Lauderdale when he came upon the twenty-foot cross swaying in the water. A group of people carried it to the beach where it now rests in the sand. It's become a popular photo. Spot two theories about its origins bound at the local Tiki bar, including one that it floated from Puerto Rico after the island was decimated by hurricane Maria. Entertainment news now with Lisa g. Congratulations to Jason aldean and his.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news live at the Super Bowl in Atlanta. This defensive struggle continues right now three minutes left in the third quarter. And the patriots lead the LA Rams three nothing. But the Rams right now are driving. The only score the game came way back. Just four minutes into the second quarter of forty two yard field goal by the patriots, Stephen gas hausky except for that ah to defenses have been pretty much in charge. The ram offense was miserable in the first half gaining just fifty seven total yards and just three first downs. In case you're wondering the lowest scoring Super Bowl ever took place in nineteen Seventy-three the Miami Dolphins beat the Washington Redskins fourteen to seven the patriots are hoping to win their six Super Bowl that would tie them for the most Super Bowl wins with the Pittsburgh Steelers Aranda hoping to win their first since two thousand one. I'm Steve Futterman. Live at the Super Bowl in Atlanta. That was more CBS news. Here's Gary Nunn. President Trump sharply. Criticizing house speaker Nancy Pelosi today in the negotiations over funding for a border wall. He told correspondent Margaret Brennan on CBS his face the nation. He can keep playing games, but we will win because we have a much better issue on a political basis. What she's doing is? I actually think it's bad politics, but much more importantly, it's very bad for our country. The president also defended his decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan and Syria saying he will be watching for any resurgence by ISIS. Thirty seven hundred fifty more US troops will be deployed to the south western border of the US bringing to forty three hundred fifty the number on duty there. The Pentagon says they will help installed another one hundred fifty miles of concertina wire and provide another support system for customs and border protection agents, New York governor Andrew Cuomo is calling for a Justice department investigation of the circumstances at a federal detention center in Brooklyn, New York, where there is no heat or power WCBS reporter, Kevin Rincon. Governor Cuomo says no one in New York should live in fear that they may freeze to death alone in the dark in a statement. He adds prisoners in New Yorker human beings. Let's treat them that way. Attorney General James and state Senator Michael generous were among a group there at the facility today. When some family members tried to get inside they were pepper sprayed. The Federal Bureau prison says power will be fully restored by tomorrow, a private search Channel Islands is found wreckage of the small plane carrying Argentine soccer star humidity Janos Sala the plane went missing nearly two weeks ago on a flight from France to Wales Sala had been signed by the Cardiff.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"My road and a breakdown being tended Coronado bridge. Eastbound adjust past mid span, the right lane is reportedly blocked this report sponsored by KFC bring home any one of KFC's twenty dollar Phillips with all the fixings and feed the whole family. It's finger lickin. Good. Super bowl. Sunday's almost here. In the San Diego. Sheriff's department is reminding everyone to celebrate responsibly deputies will be increasing patrols on the lookout for impaired drivers news as commanders shot skis at sheriff's headquarters in Kearney, Mesa with more the sheriff's department, they'll be out in full force this weekend. But right now, they're encouraging everyone before you go to that Super Bowl party. Make sure you have a game plan. We have seen an increase in DUI arrests DUI collisions fatalities and injuries. So we would like to reduce that by getting this information and news out and encourage people not to take the risk. It's not worth it. Because you're looking at jail time you're looking at fines and you're looking at a lifetime of regret. If you kill or hurt somebody an unidentified man was found dead today and in east county stream bed. The body was discovered underneath a bridge over forced creek at olive lane and prospect avenue and santee shortly. Before eight sheriff's investigators say that at this point. There are no signs of foul. Play the county medical examiner's office will perform an autopsy to identify the body and determine a cause of death before social media caught on. He was a familiar Tennessee poker famous beyond his years. CBS news, Gary Nunn reports on the death of Wilbur the pig. His willington squeals weren't famous, but as a ten thousand piglet whose image was on the cover of the two thousand six edition of Charlotte's web. Not just another hog says there's owner John beta you don't give them names because you give them as yet to kinda keep them arrest of speak, one peak to this is will he was at the premiere of the film based on the book visited schools nursing homes and been to one funeral. He died of cancer weighing about seven hundred pounds Wilbur was just shy of his thirteenth birthday which in human years is eighty six Gary Nunn CBS news now returned to new Sates Heather.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston Celtics reserved guard Jabbari bird arraigned in Brighton district court on new witness intimidation charges stemming from last September's domestic violence arrests. Prosecutors say they brought the new counts after ROY review of evidence, including text messages bird stepped away from the team in September after he was charged with choking his girlfriend more than a dozen times this morning, he pleaded not guilty and was released on the same fifty thousand dollars bail. He had previously posted twelve. Oh, six Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta on Sunday. You know that right? Pat's and Rams are there. Now WBZ's Adam Kaufman is there to joins me live. Let's get started with the atmosphere there in Atlanta head of the NFL's biggest game. Well, I can tell you. It's. I'm not going to really say, it's a raucous environment. Just yet as we know from past Super Bowls people tend to come in towards the later portion of the week today being the middle of the week. We know that come Thursday Friday, especially people that are going to be going to the games. Ben they're going to really file in and get excited for some of the party scene Atlanta's a party city, but even just going through the airport when you arrive in on your way to baggage claim, they're all sorts of people volunteers here in the city that they've got their Super Bowl, hats and jackets those picture frames. I tweeted one out that you know, you can just hold up in front of you. And and get a mock photo upon your arrival everybody in the city itself, the workers are very energized about being able to host a Super Bowl something the mayor recently talked about as well they're eager to be here. It's unfortunate for them. Not for the patriots that the falcons are not playing in this game. They would love to have been the home team would like to rematch. Hey for the patriots as a team this is old hat Adam for reporters like from New England a lot of Super Bowl experience. Does that mean anything for the team or I guess even? For those covering the game. Well, I can tell you my experience covering Super Bowls means nothing for the team. If only it did what I guess, I guess what it would show is that this is the rubber game because I've been to the last couple, and we know that there was an historic comeback against Atlanta and the team fell short last year against Philadelphia. But experience absolutely matters in these games to the extent that players like the patriots fourth time in five years that these guys are here those that have been here that we're on all or most of those teams or even some of those teams. No, they don't have to break their routine too much. You know, do what you did during the regular season in the start of the playoffs and just stay with what you did to get you. Here's cliches that is that's how you sort of avoid get yourself psyched out and getting caught up in ticket requests. And all those different things that you have to do not as easy maybe for some of the first timers. But that that's the big key. I think for them, but experienced does not matter to the point where we saw last year with Philadelphia Nick foles had never been the Super Bowl. Doug Peterson never coached a Super Bowl they won. So it's not as though Sean McVeigh Jared Goff. Cannot complete the upset here. But the patriots they are favored inexperienced to at least some degree is on their side. Have fun. Be safe. Sorry can help the patriots win their game. Adam coffee. My best Adam Kaufman in Atlanta. I never saw a teenager was ahead of the curve the bug affecting Apple's FaceTime app. Gary Nunn tells us the point is mother put the word out early week and a half ago fourteen year old grand Thomson of Tucson discovered. The glitch that let FaceTime callers listen to unsuspecting recipients looking at my XBox. And I just heard the Wilhelm advocation of someone joining the FaceTime. He told his mom who went on social media to apple know that I thought there was a major security assure posting went viral Monday night. The fact that on the first person to find a bug and like the world's biggest like tech provider. Apple disabled group FaceTime, saying yet identified a fix that will be released later this week, Gary Nunn CBS news, and we check on Wall Street now, Tracy jonky is at Bloomberg looking pretty good on this Wednesday, Tracy. It is bad a lots happening. The Federal Reserve meets the US and China are talking trade. And we're getting several earnings reports. Most investors seem Mosley pleased. The Dow is up three hundred sixty four points. Nasdaq up eighty one points SMP up twenty five an AT and T profit news leaves a lot to be desired. It was expected to add about a quarter million subscribers to its wireless business in recent months. It added thirteen thousand and existing customers are hanging onto their smartphones longer facts that apple only just admitted AT&_T's phone sales fell by about half a billion dollars in the latest quarter. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up, Tracy. A well known. Doing a little bit of spring cleaning ahead of spring. This. Dan, Rae elder law..

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Apple has a family from Arizona to thank for finding a potentially damaging bug in their software. I'm Gary Nunn. We can a half ago fourteen year old grand Thompson of Tucson discovered. The glitch that let FaceTime callers listen to unsuspecting recipients, I was like looking at my XBox. And I just heard a little notification of someone joining the face time. He told his mom who went on social media to apple know that I thought there was a major security assure posting went viral Monday night. The fact that on the first person to find a bug and like the world's biggest like tech provider. Apple disabled group FaceTime, saying it identified a fix that will be released later this week. Gary Nunn, CBS news Facebook facing another potential privacy scandal. The tech news web site tech crunch says Facebook paid young people ages thirteen thirty five to install software on their phones that like Facebook track their phones activity. See that news executive director. Ian share says Facebook targeted both Android iphone users. A haven't been making sure that when the handover data to partners that it's not being used incorrectly. That was Cambridge Analytica. We're learning that they didn't take enough action to make sure children Gordon being different it that's from a lawsuit recently. And now we're learning that they were tracking people particularly young people who agreed to it. And it just makes Facebook look bad. It's very bad PR for them tech crunch says Facebook paid about twenty bucks to each person seven thirty nine traffic and weather next. You can get for me to be by driving a luxury automobile or basic model if your goal is just to get from a to b then there's no need for the expensive vehicle in regenerative therapy stem cells are the Rolls, Royce. While prolotherapy is the efficient productive model. If you want to solve pain problems. There's no need to pay excessive amounts because prolotherapy.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm Gary Nunn on the Trump administration says most federal employees have gone unpaid since the shutdown started. We'll get checks for back pay by the end of this week, the key issues and arguments at the center of the shutdown remain today at Newark, liberty international airport. One member of congress paid TSA workers are special. Thank you. Visit WCBS reporter, Mike smeltzer. Thank you for doing your job. Despite while you're going through jersey, congressman democrat, Josh handed out coffee and donuts to a group of TSA agents here at Newark airport taking Denver continuing to do their jobs without pay during the government shutdown any questions you guys have about the shutdown. The only question from the agents, though is wet their paychecks will be coming following the quick. Thank you. Chad. I spoke with the congressman who says he doesn't see the government shutdown again in three weeks after the White House. Solvent negative impact of what it needs to shut down the government, President Trump and a Wall Street Journal interview says he does not believe congressional negotiators will strike. A deal over border wall funding that he could accept vowing to build a wall using emergency powers. If need be a month before the Academy Awards, we're getting a clearer picture of this year's Hollywood favorites. Live now to CBS's Steve Futterman at the Screen Actors Guild awards in Los Angeles. Gary to performers have become the clear favorites with their victories tonight here at the segue. Wards Rami Malik who plays, Freddie. Mercury and bohemian rhapsody wins best actor and Glenn Close wins. Best actress for her role as the spouse and a very complicated marriage in the wife, the top sag award outstanding cast in the motion picture goes to the blockbuster hit Black Panther live at the segue wards in Los Angeles. Steve Futterman, CBS news. The suspect in a multiple killing in Louisiana was captured this morning northeast of Richmond Virginia more than a thousand miles from the locations of the murders. Jim Krasula 21-year-old's to KOTA terrier was arrested early Sunday morning by sheriff's deputies in Richmond county Virginia he was taken into custody. What he pulled up at his grandmother's house. She had requested. They be outside. Her home. Terry does accused of fatally shooting five people near Baton Rouge Louisiana early Saturday. His parents his girlfriend her brother and her father democratic presidential candidate Carmel Harris, rallied supporters outside city hall in Oakland, California, nearly a week after announcing her candidacy we stand together. Because.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Gary Nunn. A promise to unpaid furloughed government workers today from the Trump administration. We hope that by the end of this week all of the backpay will be will be made up. And of course, the next payroll will go out on time acting White House chief of staff, Mick Mulvaney on CBS face the nation. Also says that the president will secure the southern border with or without congress threat of a shutdown that threat of emergency still exists politically. But at least for now the assignment is in Congress's court to come up with something in the next twenty one days CBS, Margaret Brennan SNP global ratings says the thirty five day partial shutdown cost the US economy at least six billion dollars more than the president's demanding for a border wall. Banking consultant, Burt Ely says another shutdown would have even wider applications would happen again. I think that would have some serious longer term morale affects on curbing employees and increase the. Likelihood that people will leave federal employment, and it also become harder for the governor to replace. He's workers. President Trump says illegal immigration is costing the country tens of billions of dollars a month. California Democratic Senator Kamala Harris today kicked off her campaign for president. We stand together. Because that is the power of the people. And my whole life. I've only had one client the people. Harris at a rally in Oakland, California today announcing her two thousand eight hundred eighty candidacy last Monday, a Royal apology issued to two British women the story from CBS as Larry Miller ninety seven year old Prince Philip has written two women who were injured ten days ago when a car crash he says happened after he was blinded by the sun the queen's husband acknowledges, they're very distressing experience and says he wants them to know how very sorry. He is Philip was driving near the queen's state of Sandringham when his Land Rover hit the other car flipped over. He says the accident left him shaken, but greatly relieved the women were not seriously injured since the accident. There have been questions about whether this Royal knowledge Unarians should still be driving. Larry Miller CBS news London, a nationwide. Search for man suspected in the killing of five people now in custody ruled Dakota -tario was arrested this morning by the Richmond Virginia county sheriff's office. He was arrested without incident. Authorities say he shot and killed. His girlfriend her father and brother in Livingston parish, then drove twenty five miles away and shut his parents in a sense perish carrier will be brought back to Louisiana and looked on two counts of first degree murder. WWL? Reporter Don.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"That's good news because we have a parade this weekend. If you're not one of the lucky ones making it to the big game in Atlanta, you can still show the patriots some love before they leave. The team is holding a huge sendoff rally at Gillette stadium. This sunday. Gates open at eight AM eight AM so get there early. The FOX for a high school band will perform as players board the buses for their first leg of their journey to Georgia the first twenty Foxborough residents to show up. We'll get a VIP pass. And if you can't make it this Sunday there will be another rally the day before the Super Bowl on the Foxborough town comment. So we'll keep you informed about that. And of course, we'll have a lot more coming up with Tom Cuddy in sports. Right now. Let's check Bloomberg business news on this rainy evening and see what happened today at the close and other big stories with Bloomberg's Tracy jonky. Southwest jet. Blue and American Airlines are warning of government shutdown costs from Las travel by government workers and contractors and from flight delays in long security lines due to unpaid TSA agents and air traffic controllers airline, stocks were flying their forecasts indicate strong demand still from business and last minute travelers. They were among the best things going for the SNP up three points. The NASDAQ was up forty seven the Dow is down twenty two points. I'm Tracy jonky Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. And this story a day in court tomorrow for President Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort special counsel. Bob Muller says Manafort lied during grand jury testimony CBS news Justice correspondent, Paula Reid explains. What we might expect to happen tomorrow. What the judge wants him to be there for is. Because they want him to understand the gravity of what has happened here. The fact that he has lied during his. Cooperation allegedly with the special counsel. The judge wants him to be there be there. So that she can explain to him the severity of these charges. The judge ruled today that Manafort can appear in a suit a business suit rather than his prison uniform coming up next, Tom Cuddy was sports, traffic and weather together and the latest on the tick tock clock. No movement for the doomsday clock. I'm Gary Nunn. That.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Other. I'm Gary Nunn about seven million people had no healthcare coverage during the last quarter of last year compared with twenty sixteen that's the highest number in four years. According to Gallup survey, data the uninsured rate hits women, young adults and. Low income people the hardest. Why Democrats blame the Trump administration for trying to water down or kill the Affordable Care Act? Republican say it's because many premiums are higher under new laws that lock some people a lot of coverage. Gary Nunn, CBS news report published this week in the Atlantic. Details history of sexual assault allegations against the director of bohemian rhapsody. Bryan singer four men say they were molested by singer while they were underage Cesar. Sanchez goes mon- not featured in the article, but did file a suit alleging the director raped him on a yacht in two thousand three he tells ABC news that singer threatened him after that assault. I tried to tell myself. He's like if you try to tell anyone it's not like anyone's gonna believe you. I have more influence than you. Do I have more money than you do? And and I just I was so angry at the moment at but at the same time, so terrified singer. Categorically denies ever meeting. Sanchez Guzman six seventeen at Boston's NewsRadio after three lawsuits alleging rampant racism at a General Motors plant in Toledo, Ohio African American workers. There say the offensive behavior continues latest incident occurring last week when a toy monkey was displayed to taunt black co workers. The lawsuits are claiming years of racist language on the assembly line, scrawled, slogans and swastikas on restroom walls. Also nooses suspended in the workplace GM and the police are both investigating to determine who is responsible for these acts even hiring a handwriting expert lawsuits are looking for unspecified damages and action to end that behavior a bit of change shat Littleton high school the cafeteria debut in a fresh catch program. It's a pilot program providing students with access to sustainable seafood from the waters right off the coast of. Massachusetts. We spoke with the cafeteria manager at Littleton. Hi, Mary Lou Kelly. She says the pilot program is a huge success. Now, we're gonna do it at least once or twice a month. Makeup different things, depending on what you know, what type of fish was sent in. So we're really looking forward to it. And trying to get at least twice a month last week students had Atlantic Pollock caught off the shores of Gloucester, no word on what's on the menu for the next feast six nineteen now will he went from the White House to the big brother house, and he's already out there as well. More from CBS Matt piper. You thought his White House? Run was short-lived. Anthony Scaramucci has left.

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KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Small business, I'm Gary Nunn. Another stunning twist late today in the story by BuzzFeed news about President Trump and his former lawyer Michael Cohen CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff disputes. The accuracy of the BuzzFeed report that suggested that President Trump told his personal attorney Michael Cohen to lie to congress about building a Trump Tower in Moscow in two thousand sixteen spokesman Peter car says the report of special statements to the special counsel's office and the characterization of documents and testimony obtained by the office are not accurate about BuzzFeed has responded to the statement from the special counsel's office saying we stand by our reporting and the sources who informed it, and we urge the special counsel to make clear what they're disputing CBS legal contributor, Rebecca RAFI, extremely rare for prosecutors to make statements like this. And especially Miller who is you know, has been so quiet. And so professional about conducting this investigation, and even when there's false information in the public realm. Normally prosecutors just let it go. The special counsel's office did not say which parts of the story that there are calling. Inaccurate. President Trump says he will make a major announcement tomorrow afternoon about the government shutdown on the southern border crisis. But a senior administration official tells CBS news he will not announce a national emergency. But will present what the White House believes to be a deal to end the shutdown be another US North Korea summit? President Trump today met with a top Representative Pyongyang to lay the groundwork for the meeting next month, CBS senior, foreign affairs. Correspondent Margaret Brennan. Since the president and Kim Jong UN met in Singapore last June. The North Koreans have not delivered on what? Mr. Trump said was an agreement to get rid of their nuclear program, their missile bases remain operational, and they continue to improve their weapons capabilities. Just yesterday. The Pentagon warned that. North Korea still poses quote. An extraordinary threat no date for the meeting has been set. No indication where with the meeting with Kim Jong UN will be.

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An 86-year-old woman lost 120 pounds by walking back and forth in her one-bedroom apartment every day

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

An 86-year-old woman lost 120 pounds by walking back and forth in her one-bedroom apartment every day

"From China where the devices could soon be used on millions of students. Bueller? Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Remember, even if you're zoning out this morning and need to get all news Dopp. There's a simple way to do that even without a radio. It's your Amazon echo speak to it. All you need to do is touch with. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on. Iheartradio. Simple as that. The technology boom in the Seattle area. Like several other locations turns out to be a curse as well as a blessing. But now Microsoft is making a move to help people squeezed by that explosive growth, I'm Gary Nunn. The software giant plans to invest a half billion dollars to make homes more affordable to more people in the Puget Sound area. Where home prices have nearly doubled over the past eight years over the next three years. The money will be spent not only new homes for non tech workers, teachers and other middle and low income people, but also preserving existing housing tech companies and other areas like San Francisco also are dealing with similar inequality issues. Gary Nunn, CBS news, more recreational marijuana is about to go on sale. In massachusetts. State regulators green light pot sales in Fall River, and it could happen as soon as this Sunday, the cannabis control commission gives it's okay to northeast alternatives to grow make and sell recreational pot products at a location just off route twenty four the shop will be handy to people in Rhode Island where recreational pot is still illegal northeast alternatives already providing marijuana for medical purposes, a breakout the spinach cake for the birthday boy. Popeye

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And we want to talk about child care. You have a mortgage making your grocery Bill phone Bill that really adds up. One Denver FEMA employees the shutdown its twenty second day. No end in sight. There is a sliver of good news for furloughed government employees before they left Washington. Congress passed legislation to ensure that federal workers receive back pay the president says he will sign that Bill. But until he and Democrats reach a deal it's unclear when federal employees will get that paycheck. CBS news, Kenneth Craig most polls show that President Trump is getting most of the blame for the shutdown. Republicans are debating whether declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall without cash from congress is really a good idea. CBS news update. I'm Gary Nunn. Now from the studios of news. Eight five local, talk and breaking news. This is AM seven sixty in time. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a man is likely cooling off in jail after allegedly driving his car into an alcohol motel following an argument with the clerk aghast at the budget in motel heard the chaos. Earthquakes? What was that? Police say the suspect got into a domestic violence altercation with his significant other at the motel on his way out. He argued with the motels clerk and threatened him before leaving. He then returned and crashed his car through the wall of the office. Mayor Faulkner will give his state of the city address Tuesday night at the Balboa theatre and the Padres fan fest gets underway later this morning at Petco park, whereas sponsored by Zerorez carpet surface, and upholstery cleaners..

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'm Gary Nunn. A second weekend meeting on government funding led by vice president Pence. No indication of progress or lack of it after more talks today between ministration and congressional representatives. I'm Tom Foty two weeks in accounting and on his way to Camp David to discuss the shutdown the border wall and other topics a president predicts either-or or inbetween. Tomorrow. Gone for a long time. It's really dependent of the democrat. Dick Durbin is one of them. Number two in the Senate. There's no requirement that this government shutdown while we deliberate the future of any barrier. Whether it's a fence or a wall. This is the first president in history who's shut down his own government. He was on face the nation. Tom Foty, CBS news Washington on his return this afternoon from Camp, David the president said he would rather have these supreme court decide DACA that he would rather work with Democrats on funding. The government one suspect has been charged in the brutal killing of seven year old jasmine Barnes and Houston. Twenty year old Eric black junior was arrested last night on a traffic. Stop on an unrelated matter, Harris County, Texas sheriff Ed Gonzales, Mr. black has acknowledged his role in Jasmine's murder. Any we've also received information that this involves a second individual as well, we are still trying to verify some information. And this investigation is ongoing. Gonzales says that race does. Not appear to have been a factor in the shooting. Authorities say the shooting a week ago may have been a case of mistaken identity the family of the dead child. Probably was not the intended target. So the gunfire. Jasmine Barnes funeral this Tuesday. National security adviser John Bolton in Israel. Today. Says there is no timetable for the pullout of US forces from Syria chance of Israel, and.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"One for the president standing firm in talks with the Democrats. Congress is the key to end the partial government shutdown. Donald Trump a lot of. You. The president spoke to reporters outside the White House this morning he headed to Camp David Washington state democratic congressman Adam Smith on ABC's this week says a wall will not solve border security. He's willing to shut down the government and stop paying border patrol agents. And in many cases, you know, stop all the efforts that we have made to enhance border security over a campaign promise in a campaign promises, you pointed out that Mexico was supposed to pay for representatives of congress and the administration meet again this afternoon to talk about ending the fifteen day shutdown CBS news update, I'm Gary Nunn. Now from the studios of news. Eight five local San Diego's, talk and breaking news. This is AM seven sixty. Will it be one and done for the bolts? That's one of the stories. We're following on AM seven sixty the chargers. Take on the ravens later today in Baltimore an AFC wildcard game. Bolts head coach Anthony Lynn says the hometown crowd and Maryland won't phase his team one bit hostile environment. I mean, they haven't great fan base there. They're going to be loud screaming, it's pretty cool. I think the guys are going to enjoy you can see that.

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"gary nunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"gary nunn" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Presented by theraworx relief. I'm Gary Nunn. She returns to lead the house. She honorable Nancy Pelosi is elected speaker of the house of representatives. The one hundred Conrad vote was twenty two one nine hundred to fifteen Democrats voted against her house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is wasting no time in asserting the power of the Democratic Party promising to send to the Senate a package of bills designed to end the partial government shutdown. Democrats will be offering the Senate Republican appropriations legislation to reopen government later today. But Senate Republicans say those bills are a non starter because the president will not sign them into law. It's a sign that even though some things are changing in Washington. Others are remaining the same Bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill debate on the funding bills right now underway. Diversity is the hallmark of the new house for the first time more than one hundred female house. Members were sworn in including the first to meet of American women and the first two Muslim women congress overturning a two century ban on hats to that. Minnesota's Ilhan Omar could wear her job on the house. House floor. CBS news. Correspondent Nancy Cortes Pelosi has sent a letter to President Trump late today inviting him to deliver the state of the union address to a joint session of congress. January twenty ninth traffic on busy interstate ninety five in northern Florida right now at a standstill CBS, Jim Krasula. At least six people were killed and eight others hurt several critically and an accident on interstate seventy five near Gainesville, Florida it evolved to tractor trailer trucks and two passenger vehicles. A massive fire was sparked by spilled diesel fuel. I seventy five was closed at both directions causing huge traffic delays. Eight other people have been hospitalized. The defense attorney for former marine Paul Whalen who was arrested in Russia for alleged spying says he's trying to get him released from Moscow prison. CBS news senior national security contributor, Michael Morell believes that Russian President Putin is looking to make a prisoner. Swap Paul Whalen is not a US intelligence officer. I have high confidence in that another dismal day for stocks and other selloff, and it is rippling into Asian markets. Japan's Nikkei is down about two percent of the opener Friday trading. Fears of a global economic slowdown persist says CBS business analyst Jill Schlesinger. This growth issue is at the core of what the stock market movement has been about over the last three or four weeks. The.

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McCain requested Obama, George W. Bush deliver eulogies at funeral

Overnight Talk

01:12 min | 3 years ago

McCain requested Obama, George W. Bush deliver eulogies at funeral

"I'll. Be gone before you hear this my predicament as well rather unpredictable But, I'm prepared for either contingency or at least I'm getting prepared. That was John McCain in an audio recording of his last book the restless wave the Arizona Senator has died. At the age of Eighty-one correspondent, Gary Nunn reports that he and President Trump who tweeted. His, condolences had a tumultuous relationship in. Two thousand fifteen McCain criticized candidate. Trump. For energizing to quote crazies with. His comments about Mexican immigrants weeks later the billionaire shot back is captured I like people that weren't captured okay I. Hate to the, next year McCain refused to support Republican nominee Trump when an old. Recording of him discussing women in vogue returns was made public after the, election the sparring only intensified the Senator denounced the president's policies and rhetoric. While Mr. Trump. Became infuriated that McCain's vote kill the repeal of ObamaCare and we, got a That was not a. Nice thing. And CBS news confirms McCain requested that both George W Bush and Barack Obama deliver eulogies at his funeral a date has not. Yet been. Set

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Laura Wallace, South Carolina and North Carolina discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:11 min | 3 years ago

Laura Wallace, South Carolina and North Carolina discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"Pay medical bills wbz news time five twenty one some new research today ties belief in a higher being to a longer lifespan study finds that people with religious beliefs tend to live about four years longer on average than those not identified with a specific faith key reason according to ohio state psychologist laura wallace afford people opportunities to connect with others lifestyle practices and guidelines also were factors in lung jedi the research included analysis of newspaper obituaries and several dozen major us cities gary nunn cbs new wbz news time five twenty one new government survey on teenagers fines they're not smoking they're not having sex they're not doing drugs as much as they did in the past this study asked high school kids about a wide range of health topics and researchers compared the results to similar questionnaires dating back more than a quarter century allan this particular survey they also found that teens are drinking less soda and sports drinks but they're also laying off the milk as well this particular teenager has his fun on the water and he's making some history to along the carolina coast ej nettles has quite a fish tale to tell the sixteen year old from south carolina has become the first junior angler to catch a four hundred pound fish and the fifty year old big rock blue marlin tournament in morehead city north carolina residing compared to what i'm used to it be able to bring back the biggest blue marlin caught three days into the five hundred thousand dollar fishing tournament weighed in at five hundred eighteen pounds jim krasula cbs news greensboro north carolina city council deals with issue boston has struggled with for years to regulate short term rentals in the city which eliminates investor units and allows owneroccupied short term rentals three hundred sixty five days of the year newswatch never stops eliminating investor units will push them all the short term rentals out of downtown wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time five twenty three lot of heavy size behind the wheel this afternoon we check traffic and weather together mike king with a look at the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on.

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Americans are filling far fewer opioid prescriptions, new data shows

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:58 min | 3 years ago

Americans are filling far fewer opioid prescriptions, new data shows

"Of the financial reach for a growing number of americans cbs's gary nunn describes being rent burden the number of socalled rent burden households those who spend thirty percent of their income or more on housing is soaring and aaron courier of research says these families are more financially insecure burden families are not able to save money they're not as likely to transition to homeownership is in the past that affect chiba more people really vulnerable to come sharks and financial emergencies which can have broader implications for the economy both a local and national level cbs news new data shows americans are filling far fewer opioid prescriptions last year they showed their biggest drop in twenty five years the decline coming amid increasing legal restrictions and public awareness of the dangers of addiction all fifty states and the district of columbia had declines of more than five percent the us is estimated to consume roughly thirty percent of all opioids used worldwide a pair of teenagers are arrested after a thirteen mile overnight stolen car chase to seventeen year olds were charged today with first degree larceny and interfering with police the stolen twenty thirteen hyundai had three people inside when the third kid realized that the car was stolen he called nine one one that pursuit ending after the kids stopped the car and tried to make a run for it they were discovered hiding nearby by police dog the case has been sent to new britain juvenile court wbz news time coming up on two fifty three how'd you get here so fast from start to finish law one place was there marathon newswatch never stops to wear wbz newsradio ten thirty.

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US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

Rick and Bubba Show

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumers

"The dow and a couple of weeks investors sold stocks in great numbers worrying that tariffs and tough talk between the us and china will touch off a trade war cbs business analyst jill schlesinger the uncertainty is what's moving the market when you talk to big investors what they fear right now is that even if president trump and his team are using this kind of rhetoric just for negotiation that they may find themselves or stumble into a trade war inadvertently investment advisor michael barr says a trade war will hit american consumers where it hurts what we're doing is raising prices we import a lot from china and those prices are going to be going up white house press secretary sarah sanders said today that president trump will remain tough he says americans may have to suffer a little pain but that the country will come out stronger in the long run cbs news updates i'm gary nunn.

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MLK assassination: Memphis remembrance event today

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:03 min | 3 years ago

MLK assassination: Memphis remembrance event today

"Cbs evening news with jeff floor at seven thirty tonight and patriots wide receiver julian edelman notices a threatening post on his instagram accounts police are notified and a possible attack on a michigan school has been thwarted minneapolis police officers who don't comply with a stricter body camera policy will face discipline ranging from suspensions determination failure of an officer to activate the camera when required can now result in a one week suspension for the first defense and it can get the officer fired if there are aggravating factors the new rules require officers to activate their cameras at least two blocks away or immediately if dispatched to a closer incident wbz news time seven nineteen civil rights leader dr martin luther king junior is being honored tonight fifty years after his assassination in memphis tennessee and update now from cbs cbs news special reports bells tolling in memphis a few minutes ago once for each of the thirty nine years dr martin luther king lived live to cbs's steve futterman in memphis kerry it was tremendously emotional moment at six o one memphis time the exact moment fifty years ago that the shot rang out that killed dr king a church bell began to toll here as you mentioned thirty nine times representing the years that dr king lived as the bill rang the thousands of people here stood silent paying the ultimate respect to martin luther king gary a half century since the assassination one of many people compelled to attend the ceremony like everybody else it was an emotional remembrance a parade of speakers paying tribute and messages and song cbs news special report i'm gary nunn wbz news time seven twenty one fifty degrees and clearing skies in boston have just another week to get in.

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Former North Carolina officer charged with assault for allegedly beating, tasing jaywalker

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:38 sec | 4 years ago

Former North Carolina officer charged with assault for allegedly beating, tasing jaywalker

"Districts permission scott plans to study the bill and speak with victim's families bodycam footage of a police encounter last summer in asheville north carolina has touched off outrage in the community and on social media cbs' gary nunn says an fbi investigation is underway to cops seem to ring choking a breathing johnny russia black man whom they accused of repeated jaywalking ready bought very officer chris hickman orders russia rush push network he began to flee in a short time later when get up put you in a car boy multiple charges against rush.

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