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02:30 min | 2 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Showers this afternoon, it will remain unsettled this evening, and we will dry out tomorrow, but it's going to remain chilly. Highs only in the upper 40s in the low 50s. Traffic and weather together on the 8th on all news 106 9 and a.m. 7 40. Kcbs news time two 52, we have Tom lippy and Michael Rockefeller's desk, and we have more on our Thursday afternoon news watch. Some of China's largest cities are easing COVID restrictions while police are watching for any more protest during the weekend thousands gathered to demonstrate against the government's COVID policies and what was China's largest public demonstration in decades. Holly Williams lived and worked in China for more than a decade and shows us how the newest protests bring back memories of a much more turbulent time 33 years ago. Down with the Communist Party, they shouted on the streets of Shanghai an eruption of anger against a one party state in power for over 70 years. To go out a straight of protest. Zhang Lee ja is a Chinese journalist based in London. She says the last time China saw anything like this was in 1989. When university students led demonstrations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square. This is the first time since 1989, we've seen protesters explicitly calling for the downfall of the Communist Party. This is the first time. So this is huge. This is huge, yeah. Zhang led a pro democracy protest herself in 1989 in the southern city of Nanjing and says she was interrogated by the police. And how dangerous is it to hold a protest like that in China calling for the downfall of the Communist Party? Very likely those leaders who lead it chance will ended up in prison or maybe in one word. The Tiananmen protests ended with a ruthless crackdown. A bloody massacre carried out by China's military, but Zhang says the upheaval in 1989. Forced China's leaders to give their people more personal and economic freedom. It's been a recipe for success until recently. With heavy handed COVID restrictions forcing entire neighborhoods into quarantine. Chinese people have a reputation being gentle or

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"holly williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:36 min | 2 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Is outside a Best Buy in Woodland park, New Jersey. We have heard people say that they are really sticking to those budgets because in all honesty they need to. We spoke with someone who got a deal hundreds of dollars off on one item, but he said that everything across the board was going up. So that money that they saved for one gift, it's definitely going to be used for essentials that they need the national retail federation estimates more than 166 million people will shop between Thanksgiving and cyber Monday. Black Friday is brought protests to an Amazon warehouse in Washington, D.C.. It was a make Amazon pay protest demonstrators say they want the $1 billion retail company to pay its workers, pay its taxes and pay for climate damage. It's causing workers at an Amazon warehouse around the world several warehouses around the world have been holding similar protests. If you are driving back after the holiday, you might have to deal with some heavy rain. Here's weather channel meteorologist Stephanie Abrams. Let's hit the roads as we head over the next couple of days as a lot of people are going to be wishing that they had maybe another setting on their windshield wipers with all The Rain that's going to be coming tomorrow. It's the south. This is a system that is then going to move into the Midwest and the northeast, but for our Saturday, you're going to need nothing but your sunglasses as you're traveling. President Biden says this is no time to walk away from Ukraine. He's pushing for billions more in funding, CBS Holly Williams spoke to Ukraine's former president about why American aid is so crucial. From rocket systems

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01:59 min | 2 months ago

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"With air strikes. With a harsh winter looming, Ukraine says 40% of its energy infrastructure has been damaged. This week, G 7 nations, including the U.S., said they'll help with reconstruction. Holly Williams, CBS News. On Tuesday, residents in D.C.'s ward three will select who they want to see take the place of longtime council member, Mary che on the D.C. council, are Mike Morello is talking to the candidates, and now we hear from the man who's running as a libertarian. As a longtime cannabis activist in D.C. libertarian candidate Adrian Sal's giver says he would continue his fight on council. We need to make marijuana safe for people to access. For affordable housing, one plan he has is to give public housing residents a chance to buy their units. That way they could give it to their kids. He considers himself more progressive on the issues and says if brought on to council. So I will bring fresh ideas and a new way to look at things besides just through the democratic land. Read more about Sal's giver, a WTO dot com, Mike Morello, WTO P news. Many of us will head out later this month in search of that perfect Christmas tree. Growers say there will be plenty of real Christmas trees to choose from this year, although they will cost more because of inflation and higher production costs. Tom Neiman has been growing Christmas trees in central Kentucky since the late 1970s. The problem is some of the distribution, some areas are not going to get as many trees as they did before. It's because of trucking in this kind of thing. Americans will buy between 25 and 30 million natural Christmas trees this season. Jim Cristina CBS News. Money news of 25 and 55. This is Bloomberg money minute. Broadcasters are hoping to finally score with a new women's Sports Network. We're seeing a trend, particularly amongst younger sports fans that there's a preference of watching women sports

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03:51 min | 2 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on WTOP

"23 eastern standard time, a man is dead after crashing his vehicle and the Wheaton glenmont area of Montgomery county early this morning. Police say the man drove into a pole just after one 45 in the area of Georgia avenue in casein street. The driver was alone in the car and died at the scene. Police are withholding the man's identity until his family is notified and they're investigating what caused him to crash. The countdown to election day continues on WTO. Michael huff says he's running for county executive of Frederick with an aim of not letting it become too much like a neighboring county. I don't want to see Frederick county turn into Montgomery county north. Republican Maryland state senator Michael huff tells the WTO he doesn't want to see Frederick county where he's lived for 20 years overdeveloped and overtaxed. I think right now a lot of people are seeing that Puff, who's running against democratic Frederick county councilwoman Jessica fitzwater to succeed term limited county executive Jane Garner, says local races are key to making communities better. I've been a state senator for the last 8 years and I really feel like as county executive. A lot of decisions that I will make will have a larger impact on people than even the state. Matt small WTO news. Well here from Hough's democratic rival Jessica fitzwater next hour. Folks will have to roll out some coins for that little blue check mark on Twitter. The social media giant now says subscribers will need to pay 7.99 a month for the blue verified check mark. It's the latest step in Elon Musk's restructuring effort at the company since he completed its purchase of Twitter last month. It comes days after a massive wave of layoffs and terminations there. Meanwhile, the company's former CEO Jack Dorsey yesterday apologized for those job losses. Iran is acknowledging for the first time that they have provided military drones to Russia, while drones have become key parts of Russia's arsenal. Ukrainian forces have already shot down hundreds of them. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams has the latest on the war from Ukraine. On the battlefield, Russia suffered a string of embarrassing failures as Ukraine's recaptured swathes of its territory and Moscow's been forced to mobilize 300,000 reservists. President Putin even authorized the conscription of convicted criminals. Perhaps in desperation, Russia recently began targeting critical infrastructure, including the power grid with air strikes. Holly Williams, CBS News. Money news had 25 and 55, here is Andrew O'Day. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Retailers, including Amazon, have been warning that as people get sticker shock from inflation and worry about a weakening economy, holiday season sales might not be too hot this year, but that's not the chorus being sung by everyone. The U.S. consumer consumer general and especially the U.S. consumer is still spending. CEO of Uber, as people aren't spending as much money on stuff. You're seeing a shift of that spend from spend on retail during the pandemic, people were at home, et cetera, back to services. So even a store chains and package delivery companies see signs of spending weakness. Travel sector is incredibly strong restaurant hospitality sector is strong. People are going back to work. He says that's proven profitable for Uber's core business, more leisure travel also is good for fellow gig economy giant Airbnb, although it warns that the now steady pace of people going back to work means less of a bump from its pandemic boom of long-term remote work rentals. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Andrew O'Day on WTO. Coming up after traffic and weather, a descent of president into Pennsylvania ahead of Tuesday's midterms, it is 7 27. The Maryland general election is November 8. You

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01:36 min | 5 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on WTOP

"Businesses have no power in Michigan and Indiana DTE Energy's Joe masala. We're going to be out trying to make safe all the down power lines and cut them and get them out of the way. One of the victims was a 14 year old girl electrocuted by a down line. Lawmakers in South Carolina begin debate today on a total abortion ban. It outlaws the procedure even in cases of rape or incest. Republican Micah caskey says he can't vote for it as is. The bill has a long way to go before it could be something that looks right and ready to be a part of the law in South Carolina right now I think it's a good starting point, but it's not ready. In Baghdad, a protester firing a rocket propelled grenade amid fighting between rival militias and Iraqi security forces, more than 20 people have been killed following yesterday's announcement from religious leader Muqtada Al Sadr that he's quitting politics. Correspondent Holly Williams is at the far end desk. So far, this violence seems to be limited to the capital Baghdad. I think the fear is that it gets bigger and that it spreads out of Baghdad and the worst case scenario is that it somehow spirals into a Civil War. More than two dozen people have been indicted in Georgia in connection with a crime ring that allegedly broke into celebrity homes, including Mariah Carey's. Reporter Sandra parish is with our affiliate WSB in Atlanta. The common link posts showing wealth on social media by celebrities, including falcons and Atlanta United players and a real housewife of Atlanta. This indictment also covers other individuals who are not as famous, but also had their wealth on social media. Fulton DA Willis has luckily no one was killed, but

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WTOP

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on WTOP

"Salinas says the biggest challenge now is getting the doses we do have where they're needed. The longer we take to vaccinate they at risk populations, the more the virus will spread. Right now, the monkeypox virus is disproportionately impacting men who have sex with men, but anyone can catch it. It primarily spreads through skin on skin contact, and it's rarely fatal. Our public, our population needs to continue following public health recommendations, practice safe sex, get vaccinated as soon as the doses available to you. Correspondent Michael George in New York floods are overwhelming parts of eastern Kentucky at least 25 people are now confirmed that and the governor expecting a long search and rescue effort followed by an even longer recovery, covering the tragedy in pike county, Kentucky is WOW K TV reporter Andy bernhardt. Sandy's also facing the loss of her three beloved dogs who were taken by the catastrophic floodwaters. We have one that was a little tiny dog when we called it little britches. But it was so sweet. It was the sweetest dog gave her. Heartbroken, as she begins to pick up the pieces of the place she's called home for more than 50 years. In the Pacific Northwest, the problem has been extraordinary heat while Montana and California cope with growing wildfires overseas in the 6 month of Russia's war in Ukraine, dueling accusations over debts of Ukrainian prisoners of war in an area controlled by pro Russian separatists. And our Holly Williams reports on another incident with a warning graphic description. In Ukraine's second city hierarchy, officials say a Russian missile targeted this park a place where

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01:59 min | 6 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on WTOP

"It becomes a lot of pressure on lifeguards sitting up there, especially in it can be very dangerous. In Bel Air or Kansas, those in one community believe the heat wave killed a thousand fish in a pond. A wildfire continues to rage in mariposa county, California, CBS Tom Waits, says the blaze is closed to Maine road to Yosemite National Park. California's relentless drought is fueling the flames, which have now destroyed at least ten structures. Scorched over 6500 acres and said more than 6000 people fleeing to safety since the fire erupted Friday afternoon In Ukraine, Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky said back in May and June, his military was losing up to 200 soldiers a day and claims that's now down to 30. And the head of Britain's foreign intelligence service now predicts that Russia's invasion is quote about to run out of steam. After some epic fails. CBS Holly Williams in Ukraine. House President Biden doing, as he recovers from COVID, CBS Christina rafini has the answer. President's doctor said in a statement after two days of being treated with the antiviral drug pax lovid, the president's symptoms continue to improve. Now, he still has a sore throat, a cough, a raspy voice, and body aches, which anyone who's had COVID knows is pretty standard. He's also been taken off his cholesterol medication and a blood thinner because they could potentially interact with the antiviral, but he's taking aspirin as an alternative to his normal blood thinner. The World Health Organization is classified monkeypox as a global health emergency with many cases in more than 70 countries. Of the 16,000 worldwide cases. New York City has the largest number of any U.S. city, with 839 reported infections. Researchers believe the actual number is higher. I don't know, I'm just getting to protect myself. But Jean Ava feels lucky to have booked an appointment. As local officials press the federal government to send more doses. WCBS TV's Christina fan in New York City

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01:34 min | 7 months ago

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"Are back. The sights and sounds of the 4th of July, the Boston pops. Dude, just seeing the Boston pops again. It brings back old memories. Production crews have been working to piece all of this together. For Maestro Keith Lockhart and his orchestra, the events about more than the music even is about community. It's about people coming together and celebrating commonalities. God knows we need that right now. Try to wear dot com says cancellations and delays have slowed a bit from earlier this week and Newark liberty seems to have the worst. WCBS TV's Dave Carlin is there. Family dream vacation who has what turns out into a nightmare. Nationwide there have been thousands of canceled flights since the start of the holiday weekend. Much of it blamed on understaffing and a pilot shortage in particular, some airlines preemptively cut flights from the summer schedule to try and avoid the chaos of doing it last minute. Russia says it has complete control in the east Ukraine CBS Holly Williams. In a new video message released overnight, Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky vowed that his military would return to lucid chance. We will rebuild the walls. We will win back the land. He said, Ukraine does not give anything up. The family of a black man killed by Akron Ohio police watch calm the day after body cam video showed officers fired dozens of shots. He was running away from his murder. Anger, hurt animals don't think he was treated like that. A

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01:37 min | 8 months ago

"holly williams" Discussed on WTOP

"Her family while she stayed at home That CBS's Holly Williams it's three 48 Right back to rich hunter in the WTO traffic center All right it's already to remain out with the crash in manassas 66 eastbound just east of two 34 suddenly wrote again squeezing by single file to the right with heavy response on Santa sounded like they sent some more fine rescue apparatus back out there so just be aware it's a little complicated there where they're trying to clean it up apparently there was a another vehicle involved that fled the scene so again you may see some state police action on both sides of 66 between manassas and Centreville but no other lane closures as a result Now they are still working on 66 eastbound as you had east of haymarket toward Gainesville still down to a single left lane but the good news is for now not much in the way of delays three 95 south near The Pentagon works on remains long and right side you get by single file it's left and again the work continues on the bellway on the inner loop as you head south to route four Pennsylvania avenue and continue to appoint just beyond the exit for Andrews exit 9 again single file left through the paving project There's a little bit of a slowdown there with more folks on the road expect that to continue to grow Your buzzer train ride has never been safer thanks to nova's public transportation providers we're taking the stress out of commuting so you can sit back relax and enjoy the ride rediscover your ride at no rides dot org rich hunter W two B traffic Storm team Forrest Samara Theodore with your Monday forecast Temperatures are headed for the 80s this afternoon We're going to do another repeat of this weekend Just beautiful weather cool start plenty of sunshine for your Monday Tuesday.

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01:33 min | 10 months ago

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"Their ranks Good morning I'm Liz Anderson Matt small as our producer the top stories we're following for you today include Ukraine and a shooting in Sacramento CBS News special report a spokesman for Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky tells the BBC horrors have been discovered in territory recaptured from Russian troops This is Sergei Nikki These images are really they are heartbreaking We found mass graves filled with civilians We found people with their hands and with their legs died up It was shots with bullet holes at the back of their heads Russian troops seemed to be retreating from many Ukrainian cities CBS Holly Williams There were a lot of questions at first as to whether this withdrawal was really happening whether it was genuine However the consensus now seems to be that it is happening around Kyiv the Ukrainian capital and the north However the fear is that Russian forces may actually be regrouping to attack elsewhere This late word at least 15 people have been shot early this morning in downtown Sacramento California at least 6 have died CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise And Ukrainian flags lying downtown Annapolis on Saturday as a group of teens use their musical talents to raise funds for the country 16 year old Nate Finn was part of a group of 5 teens who organized 5 hours of music too Give hope to everybody in Ukraine and just really for our generation and generations to come just say hey anybody.

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02:23 min | 10 months ago

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"Early and then sunshine late in the day Look for a high temperature on Sunday and the upper 50s but wind Upwards of 30 to 35 miles an hour I'm starting to watch chief meteorologist a camera You're waking up to a chilly Saturday morning heading into the weekend April 2nd 4 a.m. hour It's 35° in culpeper as well in manassas 40 in Reston 39 Leesburg 39 Frederick Maryland 37 in Fredericksburg Virginia as well in Hagerstown this morning It's 39 in Annapolis 41 Waldorf where at 42 and holding in our nation's capital Saturday morning April 2nd 2022 Welcome into WTO Glad you're with us You're listening to WTO neighbors At four 41 on your Saturday morning Should be asking you a special report The president of Ukraine says more than 3000 people have now been rescued from that city of mariupol which has been under constant Russian bombardment for weeks Meantime Russia is accusing Ukraine of an attack in the other direction on attack on a fuel depot on Russian soil CBS's Holly Williams This is a Ukrainian air attack according to U.S. officials on Russian soil and the theories that it could lead to some kind of an escalation In fact U.S. officials are apparently concerned by what Russia's reaction may turn out to be Although Russia is apparently withdrawing some of its forces from around the capital of key fighting does continue nearby the mayor of key Vitale once a famous boxer says Actors doctors they stay with uniform They never expect to take the weapons in the hands but right now they want to defend his city CBS News special report I'm Tom foley But rev the snacks and sodas were going to the movies and orphaned worker in a multi British home after World War I The couple she worked for in their son and of course their relationships and self discovery Good morning Lee Smith house Okay That you 11 o'clock Not bad like this before Who else aren't you How numbers are On a Sunday What happens It's all at the heart of mothering Sunday starring Odessa young Olivia Colman and Colin Firth this morning wants you to post film critic and Hornaday with her tech I fell victim to the ban of the book syndrome.

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01:36 min | 11 months ago

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"Manner that is totally unacceptable To NATO This is dangerous rhetoric much of the western world is standing strong against Russia's invasion of Ukraine I haven't seen this kind of unity since 9 11 The most forceful response so far and unprecedented decision to kick most Russian banks out of an international banking system and plans to restrict the country's Central Bank Russia admitted that it has lost in the fight though it won't put a number on it Many soldiers And Ukrainian officials say more than 350 of its people have been killed including more than a dozen children CBS Holly Williams is in Kyiv Many Ukrainians have been living a subterranean existence sleeping in subway stations to shelter from Russian missiles and air strikes And nearly 400,000 have already fled the country according to the United Nations lines at border crossing stretch for miles We met Olga yevgen and their baby daughter Kutcher as they tried to cross into neighboring Moldova And we don't want to go But it's dangerous to stay there CBS David Martin says the Russian fighters are having some issues on this soon to be 5th day of fighting They are starting to experience shortages of fuel shortages of ammunition And it's turning into a siege And in fact they are starting to use rockets which are much less precise than missiles Demonstrations in support of Ukraine have been taking place around the world and here in the U.S. including in Texas.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

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"We know what they really are Correspondent Holly Williams is on the front lines in eastern Ukraine U.S. officials say Moscow is arming the separatists and Ukraine says their targeting civilian areas including the village of novel narrative where they seem shell shocked We're on the brink of nervous breakdown And there's nowhere to run Back in the trenches sergeant fed and told us Ukraine needs protection from the air and said America should help I'm Vicky Barker at the foreign desk in London German Chancellor calling a halt to the Nord stream gas pipeline from Russia in Britain prime minister Boris Johnson announcing a first set of sanctions but likely not the last he says I'm afraid that there is more Russian irrational behavior to come Allies on this side of the Atlantic hoping stinging economic sanctions may yet slow or even stop those Russian troops In the U.S. jurors resume deliberations this morning in the trial of three white men convicted of murdering a black jogger in Georgia ahmaud Arbery's mother Wanda Cooper Jones Very emotional This has been very draining I'm thankful that it's almost over Canada's parliament approved sweeping emergency laws to prevent more anti vaccine trucker protests like this month that crippled roads and bridges north of the border CBS Christmas is in Toronto It means the Canadian government can legally freeze the bank accounts of protesters and even people donating to keep the demonstrations going the measures are good for one month and then Canadian.

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03:12 min | 1 year ago

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"Miss a moment Good evening I'm particularly on a Matt small as our producer Coming up the growing tension over Russian troops at the Ukraine border Hashtag today for Tommy asked to pass on kindness to honor Marilyn congressman Jamie Raskin's son I'm Valerie bong The highest level charge so far against the January 6th capitol rioters Inside from CBS's Scott mcfarlane at 9 40 It's 9 31 Threats of a Russian invasion in the Ukraine have many on high alert CBS News correspondent Holly Williams explains why president Joe Biden warns of a possible attack More Russian fighter jets arrived in Belarus this week on Ukraine's northern border Moscow says for military exercises next month That's when President Biden believes there's a distinct possibility Russia could invade President Biden and UK are Ukraine president Vladimir zelensky recently had a phone call discussing the situation Senators from both sides of the aisle are said to be closing in on a deal for sanctions against Russia if it invades Ukraine Republican senator Jim reish of Idaho Now if you have two things on almost any problem you can resolve it Number one if you have parties on each side wanting to reach the same objective and number two both sides are working in good faith If you have both of those there's no reason you can't get to the finish line So you will get there We think so Also appearing today on CNN the chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee Senate Democrat bob Menendez raise the prospect of imposing some punishments preemptively These are sanctions beyond any that we have ever levied before Right And I think that that sends a very clear message While Republicans have been pressing for immediate sanctions on Russia The White House says they should not be imposed unless Russia actually invades Ukraine Pentagon press secretary John Kirby weighs in on Fox News Sunday I think we've been very clear with mister Putin about the economic consequences that could come his way into the way the Russian people should he further incurred and invade inside Ukraine And one of the things about sanctions is once you trip that then the deterrent effect is lost The U.S. is slated to take up the issue at a UN Security Council The U.S. reacting to the latest North Korean missile launch I'm Tom 40 North Korea's latest missile launch has neighbors spook though the U.S. Military does not view it as an imminent threat Jeffrey Lewis with middlebury institute of international studies The thing that really stands out is how high the missile flew more than 2000 kilometers into space which is well above for example the International Space Station And how long that took about 30 minutes That is a sign that this was an extremely long-range missile In fact it was North Korea's longest range missile test since 2017 Tom 40 CBS News Washington coming next on WTO P a day to pass on kindness in memory of a lost sun 9 34 Are you thinking about refinancing your home but worry that closing costs could cancel out any money you would.

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03:13 min | 1 year ago

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"May be gearing up to invade Ukraine We'll talk more about President Biden's new task of nominating a Supreme Court Justice with CBS major Garrett who's in fairfax county fight a fire and the cold at a local high school campus I'm Luke Luke Double UOP news time is four 31 U.S. officials say Russia's military build up near Ukraine now includes supplies of blood along with other medical materials that would allow it to treat casualties It could be another indicator of Russia's military readiness Meanwhile Ukrainian leaders are speaking out CBS News correspondent Holly Williams has more Here in Ukraine's capital Kyiv on Friday we were at a press conference given by the country's president Vladimir zelensky when he told journalists that Ukraine is not the Titanic and he accused foreign leaders of sewing panic by warning of a possible invasion Thereby doing damage to Ukraine's economy Zelensky did not rule out an escalation by Russia and he said he was grateful for American support That's included plain loads of munitions arriving here in Kyiv in recent days But Ukraine's government has consistently urged calm clearly worried that the threat of invasion could be destabilizing President Biden says there would be severe consequences of Russia's Russia invade Meanwhile Russian officials say they don't want to war Russia's foreign minister says Russia is not looking to do battle in Ukraine Yes There won't be a war as far as it depends on Russia We don't want a war but we won't let our interests be rudely trampled on and ignored This is thousands of Ukraine reserve forces step up their training to prepare with top Pentagon brass cause a potential full scale invasion by Russian forces Fox's Lucas Tomlinson reporting and Russia wants security pledges that NATO will stop military exercises on its borders and not admit Ukraine as a member North Korea has fired another missile into the sea Those powerful it is tested since President Biden took office The test appears to be a continuation of North Korea's strategy to gain concessions from Washington and neighbors Amid a prolonged stalemate in diplomacy The missile was launched on a lofted trajectory to avoid the territorial space of neighbors It reached a maximum altitude of 1242 miles and traveled 497 miles before landing in the sea The flight details suggest that it is the longest range ballistic missile that the north has tested since 2017 The test was North Korea's 7th round of launches this month Associated Press correspondent Karen Chammas reporting The number of new COVID infections in the U.S. is falling they were down 24% last week at hospitalizations remain at peak levels and deaths arising Healthcare workers are still on guard Doctor Jeremy Faust of Boston's Brigham and women's hospital Do you fear there will be more spikes and surges ahead I think predicting this virus is bad business I think that no one had ever heard of oma cron on November 23rd and then it was it took us all by storm And now another possible threat a stealth new sub variant of omikron VA two has popped up in nearly half the country That is CBS News correspondent lilia Luciano coming up on what former president Trump is saying he's going to do in regards to capital rioters if he runs for The.

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02:22 min | 1 year ago

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"Not the Titanic and he accused foreign leaders of sewing panic by warning of a possible invasion Thereby doing damage to Ukraine's economy Zelensky did not rule out an escalation by Russia and he said he was grateful for American support That's included plain loads of munitions arriving here in Kyiv in recent days But Ukraine's government has consistently urged calm clearly worried that the threat of invasion could be destabilizing At CBS News correspondent Holly Williams North Korea has conducted its longest range missile test since 2017 and an unprecedented 7th missile test this month The angle height and distance confirmed here in the south indicate the north began its Sunday morning by test firing an intermediate range ballistic missile capable of striking U.S. Military bases in Guam President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said the north not only violated its UN commitment but has moved closer to resuming intercontinental ballistic missile testing which would be even more threatening to the U.S. That's reporter Alex Jensen in Seoul The number of new COVID infections in the U.S. is falling They were down 24% last week but hospitalizations remain at peak levels and deaths are rising Healthcare workers are still on guard Doctor Jeremy fowles of Boston's Brigham and women's hospital Do you fear there will be more spikes and surges ahead I think for making this virus is bad business I think that no one had ever heard of home Macron on November 23rd and then it was it took us all by storm And now another possible threat The stealth new sub variant of omikron VA two has popped up in nearly half the country That CBS News correspondent lilia Luciano The prospect of pardons is now being dangled for capital riot defendants Former president Donald Trump whose own role on and around January 6th of last year is now being investigated by a congressional committee talk to enthusiastic supporters about some of those directly involved in the capitol riot now facing criminal charges There are about 700 of them If I run and if I win we will treat those people from January 6th fairly We will treat them fairly And if it requires pardons we will give them pardons But at a rally near Houston Tom 40 CBS News Washington.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"5 Secretary Austin has placed a range of units in the United States on a heightened preparedness to deploy Pentagon spokesman John Kirby As of now the decision has been made to put these units on higher alert and higher alert only No decisions have been made to deploy any forces from the United States at this time Most would be part of a NATO rapid response force if it's activated but Kirby said defense secretary Austin wants them prepared for any scenario CBS Holly Williams is talking to locals and key From ordinary Ukrainians have told us that they have nowhere to run and that all they can do is hope for peace with a threat of a Russian attack or Russian invasion hanging over them Fears over what may happen overseas is one of the reason analysts say Wall Street had a seesaw of a day today at one point the Dow was down 1000 points but get this right now at the close The Dow actually gained 149 Stock analyst Christina hooper It's a very challenging environment right now And we could see a bit more in the way of a bloodbath Kids in California's largest school district have had to find new masks today that are not made of cloth Cloth masks will no longer be allowed for students in the LA unified school district starting today with the district describes as well fitted non cloth masks with a nose wire must be worn at all times The district says the masks will be available to students upon request health officials here in LA and across the state have increasingly urged the public to upgrade their masks Steve federman CBS News Los Angeles Former attorney Michael avenatti is now on trial over claims he stole nearly $300,000 from his one time client adult film star stormy Daniels.

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Hamas Remains Defiant With Military Parade

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Hamas Remains Defiant With Military Parade

"The ceasefire with a victory parade They govern the Gaza Strip and a class by the U. S as a terrorist organization. Conflict has helped bolster their image as the defenders of the Palestinian cause. But the people of Gaza border brunt of this conflict, and they're still sifting through the wreckage of splintered homes. And lives. Israel is also claiming victory, saying it killed over 200 militants. But 12 civilians in Israel were killed by rockets fired from Gaza. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams the U. S has pledged support to help rebuild Gaza. Prominent opponent of Belarus, is authoritarian president has been arrested after his

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Hamas Claims Victory While Palestinians Pick up the Pieces in Gaza

WBZ Afternoon News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Hamas Claims Victory While Palestinians Pick up the Pieces in Gaza

"Are rolling into Gaza during a truce between Israel and Hamas militants after 11 days of conflict and tension. CBS is Holly Williams is in Gaza City, She says Hamas is declaring victory A mass governs the Gaza Strip. Plus by the U. S is a terrorist organization claims the ceasefire is a victory. But for the people of Gaza, this looks like a terrible loss for mass fired over 4000 rockets at Israeli towns and cities. Killing 13, But most of their projectiles was shot down by Israel's Iron Dome air defense system in Gaza, where they have no protection. The death toll is over, 240 say. Palestinian officials Including 66, Children, drone, video and photos showing some city blocks reduced to rubble in between homes and businesses that are left standing security is being relax a

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Humanitarian Aid Arrives in Gaza as Rebuilding Efforts Get Underway

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Humanitarian Aid Arrives in Gaza as Rebuilding Efforts Get Underway

"Trucks. Scaring humanitarian aid or now ruling in the Gaza during a truce between Israel and the Hamas militants that rule Gaza after 11 days of conflict. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams is in Gaza City this morning Thomas, the group that governs the Gaza Strip. Plus by the U. S is a terrorist organization claims the ceasefire is a victory. But for the people of Gaza, this looks like a terrible loss. Hamas fired over 4000 rockets at Israeli towns and cities, killing 13, but most of their projectiles were shot down by Israel's Iron Dome Air defense system. In Gaza, where they have no protection. The death toll is over 200 forty's. A Palestinian officials, including 66,

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Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Concerns Grow Over Gaza's Humanitarian Crisis

"Cease fire between Israel and Hamas has already been tested. Palestinians and Israeli police briefly clashed in Jerusalem's Al Aksa mosque Friday, with security forces firing tear gas. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams reports from Gaza. Hamas, the group that controls the Gaza Strip, labeled a terrorist organization by the U. S celebrated the ceasefire as a victory. They fired over 4000 rockets at Israeli towns and cities. Killing 13. Israel's Iron Dome air defense system shut down most of the projectiles. The 11 day battle killed more than 200 people, most of them in Gaza and left large scale destruction. The United Nations has approved more than $18 million in humanitarian relief

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Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Holds Despite Jerusalem Clash

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Holds Despite Jerusalem Clash

"Fragile cease fire between Israel and Hamas into its second day, but it has been tested. Security forces firing tear gas when Palestinians and Israeli police briefly clashed at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque. Yesterday, your CBS is Holly Williams from Gaza, Israel's retaliation was to pummel the overcrowded Gaza Strip. Where they have no defense. The Israeli government claims it did unprecedented damage to her muss, killing more than 200 militants while doing its best to avoid civilians. But officials here say nearly 70 of those killed or two Red B 11 Day battle did kill more than 200, most of them in Gaza, also leaving large scale destruction. The United Nations has approved more than $18 million in humanitarian relief efforts.

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

Tim Conway Jr.

05:28 min | 2 years ago

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

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

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Death toll reaches 39 in quake that hit Turkey, Greek island

WBZ Morning News

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

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,

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Defense secretary says U.S. is not pulling troops out of Iraq

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Pompeo Imposes Sanctions on Iran, Sticking to Assertion That U.S. Faced Imminent Threat

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

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

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Fighting continues in Syria despite cease-fire

WBZ Midday News

01:08 min | 3 years ago

Fighting continues in Syria despite cease-fire

"Fighting continuing along the Turkish Syrian border even after the announcement of a US brokered ceasefire Kurdish forces in Syria accusing Turkey of failing to abide by the terms of the deal Kurdish leaders calling on vice president pens to take responsibility for enforcing it it comes as Russian leader is reportedly huddled in Syria today to discuss de escalating tensions in the region CBS is Holly Williams is on the front lines in Turkey near the Syrian border our reports all violations of the ceasefire by both sides remember the ceasefire was agreed upon by vice president Mike pence and the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan lost Thursday fourteen civilians were killed by Turkish led air strikes and mortar fire according to a Syrian monitoring group that was yesterday on Friday and two hundred thousand civilians have reportedly fled the area in recent days along side that Turkish backed militants have been accused of atrocities against Syrian civilians cease fire in northern Syria is hanging in the balance Turkey says it has stopped its assault on Kurdish fighters a Kurdish forces claim some fighting is

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Fighting continues in Syria despite cease-fire

WBZ Midday News

01:19 min | 3 years ago

Fighting continues in Syria despite cease-fire

"Fighting continues along the Turkish Syrian border even after the announcement of a U. S. broker ceasefire Kurdish forces in Syria are accusing Turkey of failing to abide by the terms of the deal and its leaders are now calling on V. P. Mike pence to take responsibility for enforcing it this comes as a Russian leaders reportedly huddled in Syria today to discuss de escalating tensions in the region Holly Williams is on the front lines in Turkey near the Syrian border reports of violations of the ceasefire by both sides remember the ceasefire was agreed upon by vice president Mike pence and the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan lost Thursday fourteen civilians were killed by Turkish led airstrikes and mortar fire according to a Syrian monitoring group that was yesterday on Friday and two hundred thousand civilians have reportedly fled the area in recent days along side that Turkish backed militants have been accused of atrocities against Syrian civilians again a cease fire in northern Syria is hanging in the balance right now Turkey says has stopped his assault on Kurdish fighters but Kurdish forces claim some fighting continues the ceasefire deal calls for Turkish forces to withdraw from their positions on the Turkish border by Tuesday the area is home to thousands of Kurds who say they won't surrender their lan calling it ethnic

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Civilians Evacuated From Last ISIS-Held Village In Syria

WBZ Morning News

01:35 min | 4 years ago

Civilians Evacuated From Last ISIS-Held Village In Syria

"Now where US back forces are preparing for a final surge into the last town held by ISIS and questions are being asked about the hundreds of ISIS fighters and their families, including a former American college student here CBS CBS's, Holly Williams, hold him with China was twenty years old when she left her home in Hoover, Alabama in two thousand fourteen to become the bride of an ISIS fighter in Syria. Now, a mother and a widow she's living in a refugee camp. I know I remember my teacher. Deeply deeply while studying business at the university of Alabama Massana Toyota family, she was going on a school trip and instead flew to the Middle East in a letter to have family seen by CBS news. She Roche I was naive angry and Ouragan young woman. But seeing bloodshed up close changed me Massana is one of a small number of US citizens who've joined ISIS, but America's Syrian allies thought to be holding around eight hundred foreign ISIS fighters, along with their wives and children. The French government has reason to be worried about taking back a man like Adrian who we interviewed in Syria in June, four sixty minutes he'd been convicted of plotting to attack a police station before he even went to Syria, a member of the group holding him insisted on sitting in on our interview. How do you think you deserve to be treated given us? I would choose. Forgiveness. Of course, that's a tool. Order after joining terrorist group

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Pompeo: Even Saudi royal family is accountable

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:46 sec | 4 years ago

Pompeo: Even Saudi royal family is accountable

"Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says Saudi Arabia has told him their investigation into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi will not spare anyone including royals. Here's CBS's Holly Williams crown prince and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo rules, smiles when they make Pompeo said that Saudi leaders had given him there would bell fully investigate has shown. Jeez. Disappearance an editorial in the Washington Post the paper for which Jamal has G wrote accused the Trump administration of a quote, diplomatic cleanup operation. President Trump wants Turkey to turn over any audio or video relating to them. Meantime, Turkish officials have said kashogi was murdered in the Saudi consulate an Istanbul which

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