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The world reacts to U.S. election results
"Reaction around the world to the Biden presidential win? CBS's Holly William's reports from Moscow from America's friends, including Israel, there were the normal Matting niceties. The British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was all smiles, even though Joe Biden has called him a clone of President Trump. I look forward very much to working with President Biden and there were fireworks in India. Celebrations in the ancestral village of Vice President elect Kamala Harris. Many around the world, perhaps even here in Russia will welcome the return of a more predictable, more conventional American foreign policy when President elect Biden takes office, perhaps, although the Kremlin says Russian President Putin will not congratulate Biden until legal challenges to the election are resolved. And the result is official
Death toll reaches 39 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek island
"Rattles turkeys Aegean coast And north of the Greek island of Samos. More now, from CBS's Holly William's massive quake left his apartment block teetering, then crumbling. We still don't know how many people may have been crushed in in their their own own homes homes in in a a country country that's that's infamous infamous for for poor poor quality quality construction. construction. Be Be quiet! quiet! Shouted Shouted the the man man filming filming this this video. video. We We need need to listen for survivors. Yukata is a high school principal who told us she's safely evacuated all her students trying that the building almost collapsed. You told us it was like hell on the coast. The quake triggered a tsunami washing away yachts on tonight. Rescue workers are searching through the rubble for survivors. As well as bodies. Holly William's CBS News London,
Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine
"Reported cove in 19 cases around the world has just topped 30 million. The World Health Organization says alarming rates of transmission can be seen again in Europe. CBS News correspondent Holly William's got rare access to one facility in London, where they're working to mass mass produce produce the the vaccine vaccine as as early early as as November. November. There There are are 36 36 vaccines vaccines for for covert covert 19 19 currently currently in in human human trials, trials, according according to to the the World World Health Organization, and we were given rare access to a facility here in the United Kingdom, where a vaccine could very soon go into production. This sterile production line could be mass producing a vaccine against covert 19 within weeks. Right now they're training stuff filling glass vials with water. They could start filling vials of a coded vaccine here as early as November. Maybe even before a vaccine has been approved, and that's because as soon as they get that final approval, they want to start sending it out to the public. These are unprecedented times and require unprecedented injuries and the world needs about 7.5 billion population to be covered, managing director of Walker at UK, Ravi LeMay told us his facility can produce up to 240 million doses of a new vaccine in a year. But if the vaccine they start producing here doesn't get approved for safety. They'll simply have to throw it out. Isn't a gamble isn't a gamble to start packaging up millions of doses of the vaccine before has that final approval. I won't say it again. Well, I would say this is investment in public in Oxford Vaccine, arguably the front runner in the race to stop the new virus, despite a recent pause in its trial will likely be produced here. The U. S government has given more than a billion dollars to the drug company behind it. AstraZeneca to secure at least 300 Million doses With the world's biggest vaccine manufacturer, which is based in India warned this week that production is not being wrapped up quickly enough. And it could take until 2024 to produce enough doses of vaccine to cover the entire world that CBS News correspondent Holly Williams and as of this moment, covert 19 has killed more than 198. 1000 Americans. President Trump
Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine
"News correspondent Holly William's got rare access to one facility in London, where they're working to mass produce the vaccine as early as November. There are 36 vaccines for covert 19 currently in human trials, according to the World Health Organization, and we were given rare access to a facility here in the United Kingdom. Where a vaccine could very soon go into production. Thiss stare. I'll production line could be mass producing a vaccine against Covad 19 within weeks. Right now they're training stuff filling glass vials with water. They could start filling vials of a coded vaccine here as early as November. Maybe even before a vaccine has been approved, and that's because as soon as they get that final approval, they want to start sending
School students around the world return to class, COVID-19-safe classrooms are the new normal
"Many students around the world are returning to classrooms in Europe early reports suggested sending kids back to school has not led to a significant increase in infections but there are still concerns over how to keep children safe with the number of reported cases globally now above five million Holly Williams reports on what different nations are doing disinfecting classrooms in South Korea keeping a safe distance apart in fronts practicing their hand washing in Denmark and having their temperature checked in Belgium temperature is normal ask please as children begin heading back to school around the globe the new normal comes with lots of new rules would be the same said ten year old Klara in front we can't give hugs anymore but at least it can help stop the virus the re opening of schools in twenty two European countries has
Surrogate-born babies stranded in Ukraine
"Travel restrictions are making it difficult to bring babies born to surrogate mothers home Holly Williams spoke with one family about their fight to meet their child in this clinic in Ukraine there were dozens of babies waiting to be claimed they were born via IVF to surrogate mothers but off to Ukraine closed its borders in March many of their biological parents congregate here to be with their newborns you know we just sat around as a family and what's new is how do we just didn't go joellen Michelle line a key from Sacramento with two months away from their daughter's due date when Ukraine's borders with sealed you know the worst fear was that we wouldn't be able to get here right or or is just going to be what we face you know we're not going to see your soul she's six months old we probably had I DO two hundred couples to come to us for help in in getting to the children of essays I'm every home is a surrogacy facilitator who told us he's helping several American couples take a complicated land routes into Ukraine with special permission from the authorities some of them their intensity on the fun side of just wanna be with a little one it's a dreadful
Surrogate-born babies stranded in Ukraine
"Babies delivered by surrogates many awaiting American families are being left stranded in maternity wards around the world including Ukraine as covert nineteen travel restrictions prevent new parents from collecting their children CBS's Holly Williams has more on this story in this clinic in Ukraine there were dozens of babies waiting to be claimed they were born via IVF to surrogate mothers but off to Ukraine closed its borders in March many of their biological parents can't get here to be within newborns you know we just sat around as a family and what's woods how do we just didn't go you know joellen Michelle Meineke from Sacramento what two months away from their daughter's due date when Ukraine's borders were sealed you know the worst fear was that we wouldn't be able to get here right or or is just going to be what we face you know we're not gonna stay here till she's six months old we probably had ID two hundred couples to come to us just for helping in getting to the children of assays time every home is this pharmacy facilitator who told us he's helping several American couples take a complicated land route into Ukraine with special permission from the authorities some of them their intensity on the fine side I just wanna be with a little one it's a dreadful situation
Surrogate-born babies stranded in Ukraine
"This morning we're learning how the pandemic is stranding babies born to surrogate mothers around the world coronavirus travel restrictions make it impossible for many parents to bring those children home Holly Williams spoke to an American family in the middle of this ordeal in this clinic in Ukraine there were dozens of babies waiting to be claimed they were born via IVF to surrogate mothers but off to Ukraine closed its borders in March many of their biological parents can't get here to be with their newborns you know we just sat around as a family and offs you just hug and cry we just didn't go joellen Michelle Meineke from Sacramento what two months away from their daughter's due date when Ukraine's borders with sealed you know the worst fear was that we wouldn't be able to get here right or or is just going to be what we face in our we're not going to see here so she's six months old we probably had I DO two hundred couples to come to us for help in in getting to the children of the saves time every home is a surrogacy facilitator who told us he's helping several American couples take a complicated land routes into Ukraine with special permission from the authorities some of them their intensity on the fun side I just wanna be with a little one it's a dreadful situation Joe left Michelle and the kids at home and made the nearly forty eight hour journey to Ukraine walking across the border from Belarus and then doing fourteen days quarantine making it out just in time for the birth of their daughter amber rain last week it's going to be quite a journey going
Experts say Australia, New Zealand examples on how to slow COVID-19
"All American struggles to flatten the curve Australia's prime minister says his country could be fully re opened by July this morning he announced an easing of the nation's lockdown with a population of around twenty five million Australia has reported just over sixty nine hundred coronavirus cases and fewer than a hundred deaths Holly Williams reports on why the country has fared relatively well stop again in the land down under as Australians returned to a socially distanced temperature checked sanitized version of normality the country of around twenty five million has lost fewer than a hundred lies to the new virus and the number of new cases slowed to a trickle weeks ago it could be partly down to the client the virus arrived in the southern hemisphere's summer but a stray has also been praised for its decisive action the country closed its doors to nearly all foreigners in mid March with returning residents doing mandatory quarantine in hotels paid for by the government they wrapped up testing early and now there's a smart phone app that allows the government to trace infections it's vital to know quickly if you come in contact with someone who is raising privacy concerns but over five million people have downloaded it agreeing with their prime minister Scott Morrison that by refusing to they put themselves at risk it's like not putting on sunscreen to go out into the blazing sun it's part of the fact that a strange lights in the you know think of themselves as being rebels who don't like authority actually when it comes to the crunch we do what with all what lead Ali is a journalist and commentator who works for an Australian network owned by Viacom CBS the result has been incredible flattening of Vic almost a crushing of the curve here in a straighter and and we're very proud of it
World leaders pledge $8 billion to vaccine race as U.S. skips summit
"World leaders held an online summit yesterday pledging billions of dollars to develop a corona virus vaccine trump administration officials did not attend that meeting CBS news correspondent Holly Williams reports on the global vaccine effort the bill and Melinda gates foundation alone committed a hundred million dollars cover nineteen has reminded us that viruses don't obey borders or customs laws they don't care about what nationality you are in the race to find a vaccine there are around a hundred competitors and tests on humans are already underway in the U. S. China the United Kingdom and Germany led by professor sure sure he began clinical trials last month we are pretty confident that we are we are working on on the next seems far from many many yes professor she hain told us that compressing the phases of the trials to try to develop a vaccine foster it normally takes several years as scientists this time hoping for months when you speed things up like that there extra safety concerns because it's about safety safety safety safety is first if a vaccine is developed and there's no guarantee of success the next challenge will be manufacturing and distributing it to protect people by the
World leaders pledge $8 billion to vaccine race as U.S. skips summit
"And world leaders held an online summit yesterday pledging billions of dollars to develop a coronavirus vaccine trump administration officials did not attend that meeting CBS news correspondent Holly Williams reports on the global vaccine effort the bill and Melinda gates foundation alone committed a hundred million dollars cover nineteen has reminded us that viruses don't obey borders or customs laws they don't care about what nationality you are in the race to find a vaccine there are around a hundred competitors and tests on humans are already underway in the U. S. China the United Kingdom and Germany led by professor sure sure he began clinical trials last month we are pretty confident that we are we are working on a next seems far from many many yes professor Shane told us that compressing the phases of the trials to try to develop a vaccine foster it normally takes several years scientists this time hoping for months when you speed things up like that there extra safety concerns because it's about safety safety safety safety is first if a vaccine is developed and there's no guarantee of success the next challenge will be manufacturing and distributing it to protect people by the
Under cover of pandemic, China arrests protest leaders
"One multiple arrests in Hong Kong are adding to the worry that some governments are using the coronavirus as an excuse to crack down on human rights the United States criticized China for detaining leaders of Hong Kong's protest movement CBS news correspondent Holly Williams reports tension movements around the world from Baghdad anti corruption demonstrations to Greta tone Berg school strikes have been effectively silenced by the virus meanwhile special a virgin see powers mean Hungary's prime minister can now rule by decree indefinitely and Thailand's leaders can censor and shut down media the arrival of corona virus was a military jury gives us an excuse to ban political rallies against against used to kind of crackdown on the media the question is whether Wendy's crisis is over citizens will be able to regain the freedoms they've
Tensions rise as NATO urges Syria and Russia to halt airstrikes
"A day after Syrian airstrike killed thirty three Turkish troops in it web the U. N. security council scheduled an emergency meeting to address the escalating conflict along Syria's border CBS news correspondent Holly Williams is following the story the very clear risk here is that it will evolve into an all out conflict between Turkey and the Syrian regime perhaps also drawing in Russia which is a close ally of the Syrian regime the thirty three Turkish soldiers who apparently lost their lives last night in those air strikes represent the single biggest daily death toll for Turkey since it intervenes directly in the Syrian
Turkey, Pressing E.U. for Help in Syria, Threatens to Open Borders to Refugees
"The U. N. security council is scheduled an emergency meeting to address the escalating conflict along Syria's border with Turkey Turkey says it would consider allowing refugees to pass through its borders to Europe unless more is done to support the refugees CBS's Holly Williams in London when Turkey now looks at what is happening in Italy home to three million maybe four million people and the scene of this new offensive the Turkish government sees the potential for another million people or two million people I support crossed its border and it wants to stop that from
Defense secretary says U.S. is not pulling troops out of Iraq
"Update the latest confrontation in the Middle East as between a rock in the United States at issue the future of U. S. troops in Iraq Iraq's prime minister wants to develop a roadmap for American troop withdrawal CBS news correspondent Holly Williams is in Baghdad he said the US troops that here working on training of Iraqi forces and logistics things like refueling at Croft supplying ammunition they can stay but the ones that are directly involved in operations against ISIS they have to go the state department is rejecting that request and will not discuss removing them secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the troops will indeed remain we are happy to continue the conversation with the Iraqis about what the right structure S. R. missions that there is very clear we've been there to perform a training mission to help the Iraqi security forces be successful and to continue the campaign against
Pompeo Imposes Sanctions on Iran, Sticking to Assertion That U.S. Faced Imminent Threat
"As he laid out new sanctions against Iran secretary of state Mike Pompeii again defended the US decision to kill the country's top generally at specific information on an imminent threat and those threats streaming colluded attacks on US embassies full stop Iran denies US intelligence assertions that the country shop down the Ukrainian passenger jet this week Iraq's prime minister telling the U. S. to draw up plans to withdraw its forces from the country CBS's Holly Williams in Baghdad Iraqis in general feel worried and fearful that their country is going to be turned into a battlefield between Iran and the U. S. you hear that pretty much from anyone who you speak to here the US is indicated it's not going to pull
Iraq’s prime minister tells U.S. to prepare troop-withdrawal plan
"Iraq's prime ministers told the U. S. it's time for Washington to craft a plan for an American troop withdrawal CBS's Holly Williams in Baghdad spoke to a top official he said the US troops sitting here working on training of Iraqi forces and logistics things like refueling at cross supplying ammunition they can stay but the ones that are directly involved in operations against ISIS they have to go the US has insisted its forces are staying put in
Iran-backed militias threaten to kill American troops
"There are no plans at least not right now to bring all US troops home from Iraq that's the Pentagon's response to reports of a draft letter is setting the stage for a full withdrawal and sent to the Iraqi parliament passed a resolution calling for the troops ouster CBS's David Martin the secretary of defense could not have been more fat in the US military is not about to leave the country to invade it seventeen years ago drone strike killing of Iranian general costumes all the money at the Baghdad airport has led to protests and threats of reprisals correspondent Holly Williams Iraq is that there will be revenge attacks against U. S. bases in service members by Iran or its proxies in a chilling video that was posted online supporters of Iran backed militias have threatened to retaliate by killing American troops and resolution non binding any decision to put US troops out of Iraq would have to come from the prime minister CBS news update I'm Jim
"holly williams" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Summit number number nineteen this is Holly Williams CBS this morning you know there were fifty year floods in Venice add bad bad flooded in Venice and here's a CBS news report about it was a perfect storm very high winds are flawed and it's easy that's mostly four to five feet above sea level but experts say what's making things worse here in Venice is climate change and rising sea levels I thought that I would give you some stats they are claiming that climate change and rising sea levels are making this flawed in ram is no worse than there's ever been certainly the worst in fifty years well there why is a flawed in Venice in nineteen sixty six and the high water mark in the nineteen sixty six flood the in Venice one seventy six inches the high water mark yeah this in this current one is two inches less seventy four inches so if climate change and rising sea levels are responsible how come the high water mark is two inches lower it was in nineteen sixty six in other words they continued to lie to everybody about climate change nothing new there I just wanted to take the occasion here the illustrated and blow it up now I'm.
"holly williams" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"And kind of what they're. Thoughts were around black people, and I white people in terms of the type of clinical care. They were receiving the bias were developed back then so the idea that black people have thicker skin than white people. We have less nerve endings. So we feel pain less intensely than say white people would. And so, you know, you would think it's twenty you know, nineteen is your we're in. That's right. We're in twenty nineteen you think that would no longer be prevalent, but it really is and it dictates the type of care that black women receive. And so for those of you who may or may not know black women are three times as likely to die in childbirth in their white counterparts and black babies are four times. Actually, I think it's six times more likely in Los Angeles to die under a year than white babies. And so so just to kind of impact that a little further. So one of the reasons why we think that the mortality rates are where they are for black women in childbirth has to do with implicit bias. And I'm sure everyone here kind of has an idea the fact is with implicit bias. It's not something you can kind of exercise out through introspection. It's just it's deeply aid. It's just something that you've developed over time, and what's really interesting and kind of fantastic right now is that recently a new Bill came to the floor. I think actually a couple of weeks ago that's trying to. Just develop more dignity and the birth process. And I think it was Holly. It's Holly Williams Senator Hollywood's she brought this Bill to the floor, and the idea is that she wants to make sure that all ends and California have to have implicit by training at least every year every two years or yes. Yes. Very much. Whereas deemed necessary if they do anything that seems like they need that type of training in order to try and a radical this issue. The fact is you can't get rid of implicit bias. Because it's so an eight, but the idea is that kind of cognitive behavioral therapy, you can hijack the brain. And keep reminding that person that oh, this is how you're thinking about it differently. And the when it comes to babies under a year dying. So fascinating about that. Because I found out about that statistic. I was I was like what's going on? I don't I don't really understand what's happening with that. What's happening is that black women are having babies early. They're having Preterm labor. And so all these babies that are dying babysitter born premature and then when we'd kind of trace that back. It has a lot to do with the fact that black women carry a lot of just innate stress just being just looking like, I do and keep in mind. A lot of these stats. Don't. Have any movement, regardless of where your socio-economically, it's just if you look like this you are probably going to have more challenging time. And when I was learning more about that. I remember my own story that I was born premature. So is my brother things I hadn't really thought about. So you know, I think and just another to tack onto that there was a study done. I don't know maybe like four or five years ago. And the study was around the fact that there are these markers that basically delineate kind of age, essentially, the coli telomeres and white women and black women that were the same age. They're telomeres kind of looked at and black women were seven years older than white women. So, you know, this is this concept called weathering, and so, you know, the median age of childbirth right now is twenty eight and we all know, whether you're in a clinician or an educator that the older you are the more challenging your child birth is going to be or they're more. Complications that might be connected to it. And so to think that just to be a black person, you might be chronologically thirty, but you're actually thirty seven I mean, all of these things play into, and I think it's just it's just so important to kind of keep that in mind and keep the heap in mind that the fact that racism is omnipresent..
"holly williams" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"On a leash in south Philly. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. The man accused of killing. Temple university student in August of twenty seventeen admits to a few of the charges just moments before his trial started this morning. Hey, why ws Christian show Hanson report thirty year old Joshua hepatitis pleaded guilty to the charge of tampering with evidence and abuse. Of course, but says he was not the one who killed generally in front of a packed courtroom. Assistant district attorney Jason Grenell told jurors that after Berlin met at a bar and walked to his apartment, the two got into a fight, and that's been habitats beat her striking. Her naked body thirty times then stabbing and strangling her Grenell said in the days to follow Hubbert eluded movies and lied every chance he got before he took Burley's body in a blue plastic bin to the Poconos using the car service lift when it was the is turn things got sticky. David n-nor who represents points to his clients roommate as the real killer and Broncos statement, hopper towards made to detect it that judge Glen Bronson told men are earlier not to bring up. Prosecutors argued dinner violated a court order n-nor conceded. He made a mistake. Bronson said he would not give the jury. Any more instructions at this point, let it go. Testimony is expected through the afternoon. Kristen Johanson, KYW NewsRadio. There's growing friction between the US and Turkey over President Trump's announcement to pull US forces from Syria. Correspondent Holly Williams reports. Turkish president's unwillingness to meet with the national security adviser John Bolton had him leaving on Sunday national security adviser, John Bolton seemed to roll back. President Trump withdrawal plan on a visit to Israel Bolton said that US troops would remain in Syria until ISIS is defeated. And until neighboring Turkey guarantees, it will not attack America's Kurdish partners on the ground. Turkey has been critical of US involvement in Syria because it says America's Kurdish allies are a terrorist organization. And that's why Turkey another key US. Ally is now angry and says it will not make any concessions the president campaigned against the US presence in the Middle East and Afghanistan and frames. His december. Announcement of a pullout in both places as the fulfillment of that promise. It's.
"holly williams" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"KRLD. Your news now. Good morning. It's eight thirty. I'm Melissa Harrison along with Mike Rogers, Scott Sampson. Amanda era has the morning off topping our news. The war of words war of words that is heats up between the chief Justice of the supreme court and President Trump CBS news update. President Trump on Twitter. This morning continues. His public dispute with chief Justice John Roberts. Mr. Trump saying today, the chief Justice can say what he wants. But the ninth circuit is a complete and total disaster or from CBS's. Tom Foty, use the famous abbreviations. It is police versus Skoda's on old Trump as usual on Twitter blasting away, but with an unusual target the chief Justice of the United States. It started with Mr. Trump criticizing a California appellate judge who ruled against him followed by very pointed defense of an independent federal judiciary from the man who heads it John Roberts Stanford law. Professor, Michael McConnell, what the chief Justice is doing is defending the institution of which ahead is defending its impartiality. He's standing up for those judges and trying to rebuild public. Support Justice Roberts earlier rebuked, Mr. Trump for denouncing California judge John tiger who rejected his migrant asylum policy. CBS news update, I'm Gary Nunn. CBS meanwhile, has gotten the first official response from the government of Saudi Arabia to President Trump's decision not to punish that country for the. Murder of Washington Post journalist, Jamal kashogi and the Saudis are now talking up the president's statement in which he cast doubt on the CIA's conclusion that the killing was ordered by Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, CBS correspondent, Holly Williams spoke with the Saudi foreign minister in Riyadh. The report that you talk about I haven't seen it. So I can't assess it, and what we've heard is the president say that this report is not what people say it is. I mean the best way for Saudi Arabia to to clear the crown prince's name be to have an international investigation to allow outside investigators to to question the crown prince to question Saudi officials and to question the men who have now been indicted, we have a public prosecution office capable of conducting investigations the idea of an international investigations completely unacceptable to sound Arabia. CBS correspondent Holly Williams with Saudi foreign minister. Huddle L Jabbar KRLD news time, it's eight thirty choose. This portion of the.
"holly williams" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Holly Williams times is reporting that US intelligence agencies are increasingly convinced that Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman is culpable in his show disappearance. Several of the Saudi suspects. Identified by Turkey reportedly had links to the prince, including one Maha Abdel Aziz Metron who apparently accompanied Mohammed bin Salman on his visit this year and who was previously assigned as a diplomat. In london. The president took to Twitter to warn our southern neighbours about that large caravan of would-be migrants heading north toward the US. They'll Rakoff reports the president tweeted this morning that what he called the assault on our country at our southern border is far more important to him than trade in a series of blistering tweets. Mr. Trump went after everyone from the leaders of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico to Democrats for failing to stop the flow of immigrants into this country and the president threatened to take military action at the border to stop immigrants from coming into the country illegally. You'll Rakoff CBS news Washington. Former USA gymnastics president Steve penny has been arrested on a Texas. Grand jury indictment for allegedly tampering with evidence taken from the Karolyi ranch in connection with the Larry Nassar's sexual assault investigation. CBS's Tony dokoupil. It's all part of an ongoing investigation into a possible cover-up of Nassar's conduct at the ranch. They knew they had to have known. They knew everything else about everything else. They were doing. Olympic bronze medalist, Jamie dancer, and former team USA member Jeanette Antolin are among several former gymnasts that believe Olympic coaches, Bela and Marta Karoly knew about Nassar's abuse. But did nothing to stop it. Facebook has unveiled a new war room. It's plans to fight any online attempt to sway voters in next month's midterm elections. Nathaniel glacier is Facebook head of cyber security policy. They might be spammers. They might be people trying to perpetrate fraud. Some of them might be nation states. We have automated systems that will detect and remove millions of fake accounts every day something like ninety eight percent of the ones we remove. We do that off. Says Facebook disabled more than a billion fake accounts between last October and March of this year on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down three fifty six. This is CBS news to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com..
"holly williams" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Brunson has been detained here in Turkey for nearly two years the US says it's seen no credible evidence against him CBS news correspondent Holly Williams and estan bull following a shocking report, told to a Pennsylvania grand jury which detailed years of. Sexual abuse in the Catholic church one of the highest profile Roman Catholic cardinals in the, US spoke to parisioners yesterday at the cathedral of Saint Matthew the apostle in Washington DC cardinal Donald were world says he hopes faith in the church. Can be restored while we work to restore confidence in the. Ability of the, church our ability to treat this problem We need constantly to be there for survivor report claims over a thousand children were. Sexually abused by more than three hundred priests and also explains how clergy empower went above. And beyond to protect those. Priests were all made no mention of the allegations but has previously said he acted diligently to protect children one of the, priests whose named in that grand jury report lived and worked in the Chicago area for a year. Records indicate other Raymond Lukac was a problem for Pennsylvania Catholic church officials even before. He was ordained in one thousand nine hundred fifty four, he allegedly molested teenage girls even got one pregnant and. Forged a marriage certificate with. Her then in nineteen sixty one he was accepted by the Bishop of Gerry who allowed. Him to teach for two years, at Bishop Noll institute in Hammond the head of the school in the end wrote that Lukacs conduct gave him moments of uneasiness apprehension Lukic, also lived at Saint Stanislas imposing And, allegedly sexually abused an eleven year old girl they're Bernie to foia NewsRadio on one point nine FM flyers are circulating around the city. Declaring Chicago police. Officer Jason Van Dyke guilty of the murder of, decline McDonald the flyers larger posters have popped up at. Events in the city including the bud Billick day parade last weekend there's a picture of officer Jason Van Dyke and the words guilty of. Racist murder and what's raised some eyebrows is a picture of one of the flyers on the inside of the windshield. Of a Chicago department of streets and sanitation truck that apartment tells us it's investigated and. Found that someone at the. Parade handed the flyer to the driver and he tossed it on the dashboard to get it out of the way an, honest mistake a spokesperson says it's unclear who took the picture that's being shared on social media Mike. Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM Charges are pending against two men after, a police pursuit ended with the injury of an officer it happened, in the, nineteenth district police say it was a foot, pursuit to stop suspects, who on. Three occasions. Had approached someone with a, gun, on the, north side and demanded their property the officers suffered a. Broken hip in the arrest and will require surgery police say money and a gun were recovered one man is in critical condition after he was attacked and robbed in the lawn Dale neighborhood police arrested twenty one year old Dante Decatur for the, carjacking that happened in the twelve hundred block of south independence boulevard saying he viciously beat the victim than stomped, on his head after he fell to the ground then took off. In the victim's car Decatur is in custody A guilty plea is expected from southside alderman Willie Cochran back in. December, of two thousand sixteen alderman Willie Cochran. Was charged with legibly shaking down to businessmen for cash in exchange for his support. For deals in the twentieth ward he's also accused of stealing thousands in charitable donations at the time he had almost nothing to say to reporters we have to look at the details I have seen any details and so it's, not possible for me to make any kind of comment make To make amendments your campaign finance reports because the law allows concoctions refused just about any comment. On the matter since but at a court hearing his attorney reportedly told the judge a plea agreements being worked out with prosecutors. And is expected to be finalized within weeks if. He pleads guilty Cochran a former police officer would be one. Of more than two dozen alderman convicted. Of official misconduct since the, seventies at city hall Craig Delamore NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM WBZ news time to thirty traffic and weather together on the eighths Neil theory though good the bad. And the road. Work we have, it all these bad is where we're. Going to start though fifty five heading southbound still jammed up before Kate and farm, over to black a, multi vehicle crash taking out the two left lanes and it's a solid backup what you might wanna. Do is exit up at thirty heading west to route fifty nine take that south over to Jefferson then. Jefferson right back to I fifty five over on the rest of the expressway is not. Bad some roadwork setup as I mentioned the. Edens is clear in either direction I'm going construction continues on the spur though right around the spur toll plaza Kennedy good in either direction twenty. Minutes to and from, O'Hare the express lanes closed off until five AM over on the extension I one ninety you're moving well Eisenhower twenty nine minutes. In from three nine hundred sixteen in for Mannheim the outbound trip is the same overnight construction takes over though from Austin to wolf left Wayne is down, until five AM Stevenson expressways we'll. Be well on either The direction thirty minutes to and from. Lakeshore drive again on fifty five heading southbound you're jammed up before Kate. Farm over to black multi vehicle crash taking out the two left lanes the, Dan Ryan is clear so as I fifty seven and the Bishop Ford freeway no. Lakeshore drive worries over on the tollways tristate speeds reduced in both directions between Dundee and. Golf that due to ongoing construction the Jane Addams and the Ronald Reagan or clear the Veterans Memorial tollway I three fifty five or. Do speeds there. As well I'm, going roadwork in spots between the army. Trail toll and I fifty five fifty three is clear so is three ninety eighty, backs up a bit, westbound at Chicago St. construction in the to right the roads in northwest Indiana are clear get traffic. And weather together on the h. every ten minutes on News Radio seven eighty five point out FM AccuWeather. Forecast for overnight tonight we've got lows. Falling to the low seventies and for later today. Up to a high of eighty two degrees. But we could see the Return of a couple of showers and a thunderstorm.
"holly williams" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"And spying pasta Brunson has been detained here in Turkey for nearly two years the US says it's seen no credible evidence against him That was CBS news correspondent Holly Williams in Istanbul following a shocking report told, to a Pennsylvania grand jury which detailed years of sexual. Abuse in the Catholic church one of the highest profile Roman Catholic cardinals in the US, spoke to parisioners today at the cathedral of Saint Matthew the apostle in Washington DC it's cardinal Donald Wuerl he says he hopes faith in the church. Can be restore all we work to restore confidence in the. Ability of the, church our ability to treat this problem We need constantly. To be there for survivors the report claims over a thousand children were sexually abused by. More than three hundred priests. And explains how the clergy and power went above and beyond to protect those priests one of the priests named in the, Pennsylvania grand jury report against hundreds of priests over seventy years lived and worked here in the Chicago. Area for about a year records indicate father Raymond Lukac was a problem for Pennsylvania Catholic church officials even before he was ordained in nineteen. Fifty four he allegedly molested teenage girls even got one, pregnant and forged a marriage certificate with her then in. Nineteen sixty one he was. Accepted by the Bishop of Gerry who allowed him to teach for two years at Bishop, Noll institute in Hammond the head of the school. In the, end wrote that Lukacs conduct gave him moments of uneasiness. Apprehension Lukac also lived at Saint Stanislas imposing an allegedly sexually, abused an eleven year old girl They're Bernie to foia NewsRadio on one five point nine FM Cook County judge overseeing the murder trial against Chicago police officers. Jason Van Dyke has blocked prosecutors from referring to Liquan McDonald as a victim during the trial except during closing arguments van dykes lawyers say if prosecutors were allowed to refer. To the seventeen year old MacDonald as the victim it could prejudice jurors against vandyck van dykes trial begins next month meantime flyers are circulating around the city declaring Chicago police officer, Jason, Van. Dyke is guilty of the murder of the quantum McDonald flyers and larger posters have popped up at. Events in the city including the bud Billick and day parade last weekend there's a picture. Of officer Jason Van Dyke. And the words guilty of racist murder and what's raised some eyebrows is a picture of one of the flyers on the, inside of the windshield of a Chicago department of streets and sanitation truck that apartment tells us it's. Investigated and found that someone at the parade handed the flyer to the driver and he Tossed it on the dashboard to get it out of the. Way an honest mistake spokesperson says it's unclear who took the picture that's being shared..
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"Backed by Iran its arch enemy We saw the war in Yemen firsthand in, February these Saudi soldiers are fighting. Against rebels for control of the, country's barren hills The Being brutality on both sides more than ten thousand people have been killed in three years of according to the. UN but as Saudi Arabian blockade has contributed to starvation and disease and a UN report found the Saudi led bombing campaign carried out with US support has hit schools and weddings and today a bus live. Children A State Department spokeswoman today expressed concern over the airstrike and cold on the Saudi led coalition to investigate Jeff Holly Williams thank you In northern. California mechanic helping to fight the wildfire near reading was killed today. In a traffic accident he is the tenth person to die in. California's wildfires nearby fourteen large fires are burning in the state tonight the. Biggest concern now is the holy fire south of Los Angeles twenty thousand homes are under. Evacuation orders and Jonathan vaguely Yati, is there this is just the latest frontline. Thousands of home southeast of Los Angeles threatened by wildfire despite the all. Out aerial assault the holy fire continues to explode in size a fire that officials say was deliberately. Set how this fire started idea I was asleep to your that was forced Clark's. Explanation, before he was arrested and charged with. Arson he lived at the, holy Jim campground, where the fire began and destroyed, twelve cabins now thousands of homes in lake Elsinore line it's past the city's mayor, minced no. Words pest Ten an outrage. Time I'm disgusted one man caused this devastation. For no apparent reason the only question now is how bad it. Will get what point is is really in the hands of mother. Nature one hundred percent all the time Cal fire battalion chief Tim chevette. Says the just having caught a break today yet again brought more excruciating heat and Radic. Wins could this fire grow as, big as some of the other fires that. Were saying unfortunately I'm afraid it can this is how quickly entire communities. Can be leveled when the winds change and roar into neighborhoods it happened last month in reading and. Now thousands in lake Elsinore brace and hope as the flames inch ever closer we. Can't, control fire we we can do our. Best to protect but this, is heartbreaking and devastating Right now fire crews are dropping flame retardant on these planes this is exactly, what, fire crews were afraid. Of these flames making their way over this hill. So rapidly directly in the line of sight. Of these homes Jeffords important to point out at this hour twenty thousand homes have been evacuated for this exact reason. And important to point. Out the danger of those firefighters continue to. Put themselves in Jonathan thank you Bit by bit we are finding out. What was going on ramshackle compound in New Mexico were eleven hungry children were discovered last week. A young child's body was later found five adults have been. Arrested and today we heard from the father. Of one of the suspects here in New York to Dunkin has more on this why the father of the man accused of child abuse spoke. Out today I don't, know what his thinking was because to do something as extreme. As this doesn't make sense Suraj will Hodge says. He did not know his son Suraj a bean was living in squalor. On this compound in northern New Mexico with his nine. Children he only found out after one of the women living there sent out a text before days ago I got. A call from, Atlanta Georgia he said reached out. To him is said that we need some food we starving investigators found a total of. Eleven children CBS news got, a closer look today at the filthy and dangerous conditions here you. Can see shards of glass buried in concrete they accuse the forty year old and four others of child abuse and allegedly. Training children to carry out school shootings the thing is I don't know You have to give. Us evidence of any accusation that you have so I haven't heard any information see see this is the thing that. You have to, understand about us What they did Right we're not going to is not acceptable to us harsh senior who says he hasn't spoken to his son since December believes the remains investigators discovered are his grandsons Abdul Ghani who would've turned, four this week Well have senior says that his grandson's mother is on her way to New Mexico to assist in the identification process. Child services said. Late this afternoon the eleven children are, doing well and, getting psychological counseling Jeff all five suspects are due back in, court? On Monday story that seems to get harder to comprehend by the day thanks coming up next here on the CBS evening news a police chiefs emotional message after, his son is accused of a brutal beating WBZ news. Time eight fifteen now it's time for, traffic and transit most of the. Eagles traffic starting out but still a little bit slow northbound ninety five heading over the Girard. Point bridge the broad street but again really not a major delay so definitely stick with. At Platt bridge also cleared out looks good coming into the city even going towards the. Airport down the Schuylkill expressway it's westbound very, slow from Gulf mills of the. Approach to solve because of an accident multi vehicle. Crash off to, the side but attracting a lot of attention we're twenty two west jammed. From trooper road out to oaks that's construction in, the left lane more, roadwork champs things up on ninety five. North, from academy wrote up to Woodhaven road that's only the left lane getting by then south or the new to. Ninety five west the old ninety. Five south approaching route four thirteen construction blocking the right, lane. Just the minor delay all the Delaware river bridges trouble-free looks good New Jersey on the forty two freeway to ninety..
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"Of the year the news watch never stops on newsradio nine fifty w w j wbz news time one twenty women in saudi arabia can now drive illegally it happened over the weekend but the saudi government has begun arresting women who demand total equality here's more from cbs correspondent holly williams here in saudi arabia have been waiting and protesting for the right to drive for nearly thirty years but now just as they set to get behind the wheel the saudi government has begun arresting some women who dead to campaign for their rights on sunday for the first time selma yousef will finally be able to drive herself to work and her three children to school it's will change my life it will change my family it's freedom yeah it's really yeah yeah she passed her test last week and show us around the campus of women's university where they've built a females only driving school in this conservative islamic country where women still need a male relatives permission to travel overseas or get married grave saudi women fought for the right to drive illegally taking the wheel and shaming the government saudi comedians satirize the sexist attitudes behind the driving ban and poked fun at religious conservatives who said driving could damage your woman's ovaries but now is the saudi government finally allows women to hit the roads it's also begun arresting women's rights campaigners who've demanded total equality reportedly including my dad i'll rush who we interviewed in twenty fourteen the car for the saudi women have become a symbol of wanting our voices to be heard and our needs to be hurt we understand madera i'll address has now been released but other women remain behind baas about cbs news correspondent holly williams reporting dhamma stay at the.
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"In the skies over the israeli border with syria today israel fired a patriot missile at a drone that approached its airspace from syria the military said the missile did not hit the unmanned aircraft and it retreated from the border in february israel shot down an armed iranian drone that entered its airspace and then retaliated with heavy air strikes on iranian targets in syria correspondent robert burger in jerusalem saudi women drivers took to the roads legally today for the first time in the kingdom's history after the decades old ban on women driving had been lifted reporter holly williams was there in the suburbs of riyadh last night at the stroke of midnight when the second it became legal for them to drive some saudi women got behind the wheel they wanted to celebrate this historic step forward today country twenty eight years after a brave we have saudi women i began protesting demain bonding the right to drive some of those protests involved illegally taking the wheel resisting arrest and then posting the videos online the end of the controversial ban brings the offer conservative gulf nation into line with the rest of the world eighty one degrees cloudy skies going down to sixty eight a memorial to lgbtq victims of violence was unveiled in manhattan today nine fabricated boulders form a circle each or cut down the middle some filled with glass acting as prisons reflecting the sunlight to create a rainbow effect the monuments creator ethnically kolia the memorial encourages people to look beyond the exterior to something inside that's more beautiful this memorial was commissioned by new york state after the pulse nightclub shooting to remember the forty nine lives taken in that horrific shooting in the hundreds more who have been negatively impacted by violence targeted at the lgbt community mike smells for cbs news new york introducing laura's angel army some georgia tech teachers are calling at one small staff to raise awareness for rare but severe neurological disorder so middle school teachers from kennesaw georgia northwest of atlanta are walking the appalachian trail to honor one of their former students they want to bring awareness to.
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"Dot com good morning i'm josh binswanger wbz news president trump tweets a great day for israel as the new us embassy is set to open today in jerusalem but cbs's vicki barker says at least twentyfive palestinians have been killed by israel troops so far along the gaza strip the us prepares to move its embassy to disputed east jerusalem that's wonderful they're moving the saving it's about time jerusalem resident joe gresham it among his rayleigh jews thanking president trump for keeping his campaign promise but for palestinians it's a day of rage and fear as cbs's seth don report shot to longtime peace negotiator thinks president trump set the peace process back it's of moving and embassies real estate problem the problem has to do with the status of jerusalem palestinians also claim the city in say with the embassy move the us has unilaterally sided with israel i'm thinking barker correspondent holly williams is walking among the protesters in gaza wake marks the culmination of six in in the gaza strip and today there are thousands of palestinians demonstrating all along the fence just behind me that separates gaza from israel today isreaeli soldiers have used thrown to talk to you guys kind of and fired live ammunition they killed more than forty palestinian protesters over the last six weeks most of the palestinians here today a peaceful but some are attempting to cross the border toiling stones and lighting fires again at these twentyfive palestinians have been killed by really troops in the gaza strip stay tuned to wbz will continue to cover this story throughout the day here on bbc news radio ten thirty closer to home in saugus six people injured after an suv collided head on with an mba ta bus the crash happened yesterday around four pm at essex and felton streets transit police looking into whether the thirtysevenyearold female driver was suffering a medical emergency when she clipped a parked vehicle and then veered into the oncoming bus she is currently in syria condition for bus passengers and the bus driver were treated for minor injuries a local company now facing close to fifty thousand lawsuits boston scientific based in marlborough makes a common surgical implant and on sixty minutes last night they detailed the controversy about.
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"The front lines of yemen's civil war here's correspondent holly williams the saudi arabian government invited as to yemen to show is their version of the war there these fight is taking us to the front line which is at the top of his mountain range for nearly three years saudi arabia has the backing the yemeni government soldiers fighting a brutal war against hutu rebels who have seized swaths of land yemeni general now style their body told us saudi airstrikes helping him win back these on baron heels and the saudis are supported in this war by the us as mrs proof fee positions a less than a mile away have you lost family members have you lost friends both sides in this fight are accused of war crimes but with weapons supplied by the us saudi arabia is capable of much greater damage is saudi led coalition has hidden weddings markets and schools with air strikes according to a un report and aid groups say is saudi blockade has contributed to starvation and a deadly cholera outbreak thousands have died we are not part of the german or the food security in yemen mcconnell turkey al molki is a spokesman for the saudi led coalition saudi arabia has been accused of trying to starve yemenis into submission you're saying that's not true neutral food is a weapon given and both sides know which these may told us cruces sees that houses leaving their children homeless until hurry but only the saudis are us allies pricing this bloody war with america to thwart truly gets tough on childhood obesity over the past two years chile has been trying to crack down on soaring childhood obesity raked chile has ruled out tough new food labelling laws that was the headline a year ago and regulations have targeted the marketing of sugary foods like tony the tiger another characters are banishing from food packaging and next year tv ads aimed at young audiences will be revamped schools are banned ice cream and other treats the food industry calls the whitening effort an overreach and there are cases in court steve kathan cbs news a new face of.
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"Front lines of yemen's civil war here's correspondent holly williams the saudi arabian government invited is to yemen to show with their version of the war there these vices a taking us to the front line which is at the top of his mountain range for nearly three years saudi arabia has been backing these yemeni government soldiers fighting a brutal war against hutu rebels who have seized swaths of land yemeni general nasa out their body told his saudi airstrikes helping him win back lease on baron heels and the saudis are supported in this war by the us as who fee positions a less than a mile away have you lost family members have you lost frenzy of to the eu both sides in this fight our recused on war crimes but with weapons supplied by the us saudi arabia is capable of much greater damage the saudi led coalition has hidden weddings markets and schools with air strikes according to a un report and aid groups say a saudi blockade has contributed to starvation and deadly cholera outbreak thousands have died we are not part of the parliament order the food security in yemen ricardel turkey al malki is a spokesman for the saudi led coalition saudi arabia has been accused of trying to starve yemenis into submission you're saying that's not true neutral food is a weapon in yemen and both sides know it these may told us who theses their houses leaving their children homeless and tell hillary but only the saudis are us allies fighting this bloody war with america to thwart truly gets tough on childhood obesity over the past two years chile has been trying to crack down on soaring childhood obesity rate chile has ruled out tough new food labelling laws that was the headline a year ago and regulations have targeted the marketing of sugary foods like rude tony the tiger and other characters are vanishing from food packaging and next year.
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"New hampshire no problems reported on one 28 next report eight thirteen wbz's traffic on the 3s wbz news time eight 04 the fourday wbz accuweather forecast with meteorologist brian thompson we'll some sunshine through a good chunk of the day today but to clouds may went out of times by the sanford and a high of forty five mostly cloudy tonight low thirty four intervals of clouds and sunshine tomorrow with a high of forty six on monday while the mostly sunny sky high forty four and it turns out rather cloudy on tuesday but it won't be milder on some rain around in the afternoon and especially in the tuesday night tuesday after enzyme about fifty three i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio 1030 thirty three degrees in march field in belmont its twenty seven in franklin thirty one and in downtown boston we have thirty four degrees wbz news time eight o five women in saudi arabia are going through their own liberation as the kingdom adopt some 21st century practices cbs's holly williams reports from reodica it's six months before saudi women will finally be allowed to dry the new route a taibbi isn't waiting a one hundred seventy thousand dollars mercedes benz takes have fancy this after all is oilrich saudi arabia hardened that iran you have brothers have already started getting had riding lessons in the desert she told us women fought for the right to drive in saudi arabia illegally taking to the road and she aiming by government with these protests videos online at in this ultraconservative country the genders have traditionally been segregated so the driving ban has never made much sense because women are allowed to catch taxis or use right up to get a car with a male drive of they've never met most people with spoken to hear want to see women behind the wheel and women of fighting but other freedoms to learn out victims we are not victims where strong hullah i'll harm ronnie whose opened a boxing jim coil by like a girl told us she.
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"Was also upset with defense officials who said that cybersecurity was more of a homeland security issue i am and fundamental disagreement with you about the requirements of the department of defense to defend the fundamental of this nation which is a free and fair election which we all know the russians tried to affect the outcome it was a huge defeat for isis this week as the militant group abandon its one time selfdeclared caliphate of rocco in northern syria cbs's holly williams was one of the first and few reporters to enter the city this place he used to be an ordinary traffic circle but then isis turned into a place where they carried out public executions they posted the evidence had those horrific killings on the internet now name circle was retaken by these us backed syrian forces we witnessed them on the streets of rockets celebrating they were in a victorious mood after a full month long battle it is a bizarre feeling to be here because during the three plus years that isis was in control of raka if i had somehow made it into isis territory i would almost certainly have been taken captive and very likely killed now there i thought to be isis fight is still lacking and building in buildings and in tunnels hearing raka and it could take months until the city it's finally cleared of explosives that were laid by isis then they will somehow have to find a way to rebuild this shattered city where there is hardly a building that is unscathed aides at nearly all of the residents from rocco perhaps all of them have now left the city and many are in refugee cats it is a terrible irony that in order to retake rocket from isis they've had to destroy it cbs's holly williams reporting from rakai in northern syria it started out as a normal day for workers a granted warehouse just outside of baltimore maryland thursday but that changed in an instant after one of the employees pulled a gun and began to shoot this is hartford county sheriff jeffery gahler five victims that were shot here at the business behind us this morning and game three r d we hold that number we pray that number doesn't get any higher to employees he's remain in the hospital authorities say the suspect thirty seven year old ruddy prince then drove to wilmington delaware about a 45minute drive away.
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"Not guilty on all three counts that's the verdict in minnesota in the case that saint paul police officer who shot and killed driver for lando casteel that happened last july during a traffic stop casteel had told officer harambe oh yeah john is that he was carrying a gun and fernando cascales girlfriend's stream the aftermath lie all the out he had you gotta get his idea of drivers life officer janas claimed he feared for his life said casteel had disregarded commands to not touch the gun now that officer is found to be not guilty on all counts doctors have just updated the condition of louisiana congress listening steve scalise who was badly wounded and the ball field attack two days ago in virginia trauma surgeon dr jack sabah is at the washington hospitalcenter he spent sedate it but we've been able to turn down that sedation sedation enough for him to respond to his family members and he clearly knows that they're there and appreciates that press steve scalise this condition has stabilized but he is still listed as being in critical condition overseas abu bakar how baghdaddi has run isis russia had said he'd killed their leader during an airstrike outside of raucous syria but says cbs's holly williams in istanbul we don't have confirmation that he's dead that no nor do we have confirmation that he's still alive the last time we saw him was in that video from the summer if 2014 when he popped up in iraq and declared himself the cali old leader of his socalled islamic state and it was not a pretty picture today in london in the aftermath of the huge inferno that killed thirty people prime minister theresa may retreating from a chorus of boos and car horn was rushed away by police after meeting residents near the fire gutted apartment building a mile and a half away at the town hall hundreds of angry protestors chanted we want justice they're scuffles broke out in protesters stormed the building they say they fear the disaster will be used as an excuse to socially cleanse this wealthy borough of poor people larry miller cbs news london a fund totalling about six point four million.
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"Not guilty on all three counts that's the verdict in minnesota in the case that saint paul police officer who shot and killed driver philander casteel that happened last july during a traffic stop casteel had told officer harouna janas that he was carrying a gun and for lando casteel girlfriend stream the aftermath lie while the out he had you thought him get his id therrien drivers life officer yanez claimed he feared for his life said casteel disregarded commands to not touch the gun now that officer is found to be not guilty on all counts doctors have just updated the condition of louisiana congressman steve scalise who was badly wounded in the ball field attack two days ago in virginia trauma surgeon dr jack sabah's at the washington center he's fence that date it but we've been able to turn down that sedation sedation enough for him to respond to his family members and he clearly knows that they're there and predicts that press steve scalise his condition has stabilized but he is still listed as being in critical condition overseas abu bakar albeque daddy has run isis russia had said he'd killed that leader during an airstrike outside of raucous syria but says cbs's holly williams in istanbul we don't have confirmation that he's dead the nor do we have confirmation that he's still alive the last time we saw him within that video from the summer if 2014 late popped up in iraq and declared himself the khalaf old leader off his socalled islamic state and it was not a pretty picture today in london in the aftermath of the huge inferno that killed thirty people prime minister theresa may a retreating from a chorus of boos and car horn was rushed away by police after meeting residents near the fire gutted apartment building a mile and a half away at the town hall hundreds of angry protestors chanted we want justice they're scuffles broke out in protesters stormed the building they say they fear the disaster will be used as an excuse to socially cleanse this wealthy borough of poor people larry miller cbs news london a fund totalling about six point four million.