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"Got an incredible, compelling life story of first generation Cuban America and her parents fled Castro's communist regime from Miami, where she was born and grew up. She went to Columbia Law School in New York like Justice Ginsburg, and then she came back to Florida. She worked as a federal prosecutor and then for the last 14 years as a judge on the state and federal course. And then Florida. Of course, that's another advantage for her a key swing state 29 electoral votes. CBS's Jan Crawford leaders propose putting up a statue in honor of the notorious RBG Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a chap in for race and gender equality. A Trailblazer on women's equality and a civil rights hero and feminist icon Council president Nury Martinez and some of her colleagues are calling for a.
Fresh update on "jan crawford" discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"Season begins. 20 States plus Washington, D. C. In Puerto Rico are reporting increases in new cases from two weeks ago. It's been more than two months since we've seen cases rise this quickly. It's the number nine that has devastated Ricardo Aguilar. That's how many family members this small business owner from Phoenix, Arizona has lost to the virus. Nine. Cousins on Uncle's in less than two weeks ago, his father, Jose de Jesus, I want to cry because you know, it's I want him to go in peace. And my crying. It's just not going to let him rest. Ricardo's mother continues to recover from the effects of the virus. Meanwhile, new fears over an impending flu season colliding with the return of students to schools. New research shows that an estimated 3200 cases of Corona virus occurred a day throughout the country that likely otherwise wouldn't happen if schools kept classes online. That is Moola Langi reporting tonight and now to the U. S. Supreme Court Friday, the body of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will lie in state at the U. S Capitol. It will be the first for a woman. CBS News Legal correspondent Jan Crawford spoke with Norah O'Donnell and says to women. Top the president's short list to replace RBG. They're both federal appeals court judge is solid conservatives. They're both mothers and Catholic but different demographics. Judge Amy Cockney Baird Islam In the presumptive front runner, the president interviewed her for the last.
Fresh update on "jan crawford" discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"Vacancy on the court. She's a former Notre Dame law professor. She worked for Justice Antonin Scalia as a law clerk and religious conservatives support her because they believe She would be a vote to overturn Roe vs Wade and that made her appeals for confirmation hearing pretty contentious that you could imagine, But she weathered the fire and that further impress conservatives with her resolve. Jen, Are you hearing that there's some growing momentum behind Judge Barbara Lagoa from Florida. I am she would be the court's second Hispanic justice. She's got an incredible, compelling life story of first generation Cuban America and her parents fled Castro's communist regime from Miami, where she was born and grew up. She went to Columbia Law School in New York like Justice Ginsburg, and then she came back to Florida. She worked as a federal prosecutor, and then for the last 14 years as a judge on the state and federal course and then Florida. Of course, that's another advantage for her a key swing state 29 electoral votes. Jan Crawford Tonight from CBS News,.
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"To the hospital's Carter Evans. CBS NEWS LOS Angeles Brazil's president, gyre Bolson Arrow has tested positive for the Corona viruses, his country struggles to contain the disease. The World Health Organization's Dr Michael Ryan says the virus can infect anyone the virus dozens really know who we are. Whether we're prince or pauper were equally vulnerable, a step back for one part of Australia, including Melbourne in its fight against Cove, it As it's locked down again. It's a backwards step for the state of Victoria. While the rest of Australia seems to be emerging from the pandemic. We have to be realistic about the circumstances that we confront Victorian previa Daniel Andrews. This is not over and pretending that it is because we all wanted to the Iva is not the answer, he says. This is what happens when people stop following the social distancing guidelines. Scott Eyman for CBS News. Brisbane, Australia Back home here in Washington to rulings from the Supreme Court on the president's financial records, the president has offered different reasons for his refusal to release his tax returns. I will release my tax returns when she releases her 33,000 e mails under audit when the order's complete, are released. The Thursday, the Supreme Court said it was no longer up to President Trump to separate decisions, both written by Chief Justice John Roberts, enjoined by liberal justices and the two conservative trump appointees that the president is not above the law. In the first ruling, the court refused to block a subpoena from a New York district attorney investigating whether the Trump campaign paid women hush money, making it increasingly likely a grand jury will get the president's tax returns. In our judicial system. The public has a right to every man's evidence, the court said. Since the earliest days of the Republic, Everyman has included the president of the United States. Because of grand jury secrecy rules that evidence is not likely to come public or any of it before the November election. That's because in the second case, the court threw a ranch and House Democrats efforts to issue even broader subpoenas for years of records from President Trump and his family and business is because of significant separation of powers issues raised by congressional subpoenas. The president's information. The court sent the Democrats back to the drawing board to better explain why they need it. But that battle like the grand jury fight is going to take some time for the lower courts to sort out and with the election now just months away, time is on the president's side, one House Democrats said. Resident Trump may outrun the clock. Jan CRAWFORD. CBS NEWS The.
Supreme Court expected to rule on Trump tax records Thursday
"Of anticipated rulings by the Supreme Court for this term, as CBS's Jan Crawford reports. It sets the stage for one of the most hotly anticipated decisions of the term. Whether President Trump's financial records and tax returns could finally be made. Public President
Chief Justice John Roberts briefly hospitalized last month for head injury after fall
"The Supreme Court has revealed the chief justice took a nasty spill last month. Correspondent Jan Crawford Justice John Roberts was hospitalized overnight. After a fall he sustained on Father's Day. He hit his head while he was quote walking for exercise near his home, according to the Supreme Court. The injury requires some
Chief Justice John Roberts suffered fall requiring hospitalization in June
"Justice John Roberts turns out was hospitalized after a fall on Father's Day here, CBS's Jan Crawford. The injury requires some suitors and quote at an abundance of caution. The chief justice stayed in the hospital overnight. He was discharged the next morning. The Supreme Court is saying doctors believe that the fall was Likely because he was lightheaded because he was dehydrated. The
Chief Justice John Roberts briefly hospitalized last month for head injury after fall, Maryland, northwest of Washington DC
"Learning the Chief Justice John Roberts was recently hospitalized following a fall, CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford, the Supreme Court is confirming the Chief Justice John Roberts, was hospitalized overnight after a fall he sustained on Father's Day. He hit his head while he was quote walking for exercise near his home, according to the Supreme Court. The injury requires some searchers, Doctors have ruled out a seizure.
Philadelphia abortion advocates commend Supreme Court ruling; pro-life supporters say it’s ‘sad day for women’
"The Supreme Court is expected to hand down Mohr decisions today, and we're still waiting on a decision that could determine whether President Trump has to turn over his tax returns and other financial documents to Congress. Yesterday, the court delivered a major victory for abortion rights advocates. In a 5 to 4 ruling, the court struck down a Louisiana law that could have shut down nearly every abortion clinic in that state. CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford tells us that many were surprised to see Chief Justice John Roberts cast. The deciding vote heavily in Pittman's Hope Medical Group for women had argued that Louisiana law, which required doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, was an impossible burden. The justices agreed, with conservative Chief Justice John Roberts again casting the deciding vote with liberals to strike down the law. It was the first time in Roberts's career, he has voted against an abortion restriction. Now, Roberts wrote his own opinion that the case is too similar to a case out of Texas that the court denied that the court decided four years ago. All this ruling was a relief to abortion rights advocates in the Philly area and a disappointment to pro life groups. W's Pat Lowe reports. Both sides intend to continue pressing their case is so freaky of the women's law projects as the Louisiana case was, as the decision pointed out word for word, the same as the Texas case struck down four years ago. So the decision wasn't exactly a surprise. But with a more conservative majority on the high court, it was not a certainty. That's why we're so relieved and glad that the opinion came out the way it did. Unheard of southeastern Pennsylvania President Dale Steinberg says she was only mildly surprised the chief justice was the deciding vote. He's been making some reasonable decisions, and this was one of them. The Pennsylvania Pro Life Federation disagrees. They cite dissenting Justice Clarence Thomas's view that Louisiana's law was perfectly legitimate and call it a sad day for women who deserve the best possible medical care. Pennsylvania has not attempted to require admitting privileges for doctors performing abortions. But it has imposed other rules that Richie says make it difficult for new clinics to open even its neighboring states imposed restrictions. That may push women to travel here for the procedure. We have got a long way to go before we reach anything remotely close. Reproductive justice Pat
Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Key Abortion Case
"This week the Supreme Court heard arguments on abortion case that could have far reaching implications it's the first such case since the addition of two trump appointed justices to the nation's highest court CBS is Jan Crawford reports for both sides the case which started with a lawsuit by this Louisiana abortion clinic could signal the future of abortion rights cancelling Pitman is the clinic administrator challenging a Louisiana law that requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges at a local hospital in case something goes wrong during the procedure it's totally possible that we would have to close liteblue shin opponents say these laws are necessary to protect women's health what other procedure do we know that stunted an outpatient facility that doesn't have admitting privileges liberal justices said abortion is different because it's generally safe that's the position they took in two thousand sixteen when joined by justice Anthony Kennedy the court struck down an almost identical Texas law but it's two thousand eighteen justice Brett Kavanaugh replaced Kennedy joining on the court president trump's other nominee Neil Gorsuch on the steps of the court today senator Chuck Schumer leveled a warning to them both you whirlwind and you right this prompted a rare rebuke from Chief Justice John Roberts who called the comments threatening inappropriate and dangerous now this is not the chief justice's first review after president trump for example complained about a so called Obama jazz as he put it who had ruled against M. Roberts answered back with a strong defense of an independent judiciary
"jan crawford" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Better Jan Crawford CBS news Washington Egypt's former leader toppled by the revolution that began interfere square has died the world watch the final days of Hosni Mubarak's presidency and beginning of widespread unrest in the Middle East protesters rose up against Mubarak on the streets of Cairo and other cities the people called for Mubarak to resign after thirty years in power for weeks the struggle went on to bill Barhydt finally bowed to pressure and helicoptered out of the presidential palace with his family he was forced to come back to Cairo to stand trial for the deaths of hundreds of demonstrators with his health declining Mubarak spent much of the trial on a hospital bed listening as no emotion when a judge sentenced him to life in prison six years after his fall from power Mubarak was acquitted and released bill Barhydt rose to power in nineteen eighty one after the assassination of president Anwar Sadat Mubarak had been vice president for six years during which Egypt signed a historic peace agreement with Israel Mubarak up held that peace with Israel through his time in office this is so important to every single human being in there we honor a man who is in emerged as a source of quiet strength at a time when such traits are sorely needed as president Mubarak enjoyed a cozy relationship with many U. S. presidents and participated in many Middle East peace talks bar accented Gyptian troops to fight alongside Americans after Iraq invaded Kuwait in nineteen ninety but he decided against backing president George W. bush in the next two rock quarry even though the Egyptian leader wanted Saddam Hussein out I think to use force against him will not be convenient to this pic of time then we let the head I'm told is general the Iraq war would create one hundred bin laden's Mubarak size lawn make extremists as a great threaten kept Egypt in a state of emergency during this time Egyptian police were given more power constitutional rights were suspended and censorship legalized Mubarak was also accused of widespread corruption my two thousand eleven the people of Egypt were fed up one more than one Mubarak tried to appease angry Egyptians offering to repeal the state of emergency and hold elections even promising not to run the elections but with dwindling support even among his own military he could no longer lead Tina Krauss CBS news another sign of change for Harry and Meghan's new lives he's made it clear we are told just to call him Harry prince Harry for just hurry is he apparently liked to be known is back in Britain on his farewell tour as a senior member of the royal family.
Virginia just approved the Equal Rights Amendment. Now what?
"I'm Tony to couple with CBS news a long court fight could be on the way over a constitutional amendment that seem to have died back in the nineteen eighties Virginia is on the brink of becoming the thirty eight states to pass the equal rights amendment that's intended to outlaw discrimination against women after both state houses passed landmark legislation now most of those thirty eight states approved the A. R. A. more than forty years ago but it never receive the three fourths majority needed to become a full amendment in the past three years legislatures in Nevada Illinois and now Virginia appear to be giving the E. are a new life Jan Crawford is on Capitol Hill forced so what our supporters hoping for with this new vote
New rule could let adoption agencies refuse LGBTQ parents
"The trump administration as promised proposing rather new rule that would allow faith based adoption and foster organizations to deny their services to L. G. B. T. Q. couples it would be a rollback of a twenty sixteen action by the Obama administration CBS's Jan Crawford report gay rights groups say there's tens of thousands of foster children awaiting adoption and the rule would make even fewer families available to them but the White House maintains this isn't about preventing the LGBTQ community from adopting it's about protecting religious organizations from having to choose between helping children and honoring their faith it was the most incredible gaffe that I could have received and just want to give that to someone else is some who is adopted Kerry and Hamilton always knew she would do the same when it came time to expand her family she and her partner L. J. or in the early stages of the process but a proposed rule by the department of health and Human Services would allow foster care and adoption agencies to reject LGBT Q. families on religious grounds the move would also apply to other programs receiving federal grants including those that help with HIV prevention or homelessness what this role does is it eliminates the number of willing and loving and say families for children who are in need of homes and that to me is very troubling proponents of the new rule dispute that claim Travis Weber is with the family Research Council a Christian advocacy group this really just allows a bigger pool of organizations and parents who would we can pick from an organization that aligns with their own beliefs and philosophy on on on the family and on where child should be placed in a statement the family equality council an advocacy group for LGBT Q. families said the rules will further limit the pool of loving homes available to America's four hundred and forty thousand children living in foster care inputs providers interest in discriminating over the needs of youth in care it's really unfair to call someone's long held religious beliefs to classify that as discrimination it's very important that did these organizations have the ability to place these children and still operate according to their convictions the two thousand eighteen study from UCLA found an estimated a hundred and fourteen thousand same sex couples were raising children in the US in twenty sixteen reports show that same sex couples are more likely than different sex couples to be raising adopted children I think the issue is really bigger than politics this is about children and we are supposed to protect these children not implement rules that hurt them now the proposed rule could reportedly be published in the Federal Register as early as today and that would be followed by a thirty day comment period CBS's Jan Crawford
Rule would allow faith-based adoption groups to exclude LGBTQ couples
"The trump administration is proposing a rule that would allow adoption and foster care agencies to deny services to LGBT couples here's correspondent Jan Crawford gay rights groups say there's tens of thousands of foster children awaiting adoption and the rule would make even fewer families available to them but the White House maintains this isn't about preventing the LGBTQ community from adopting it's about protecting religious organizations from having to choose between helping children and honoring their faith the new adoption rule would rolled back in Obama administration move from twenty
Supreme Court weighs LGBT people's rights
"Well just the second day of its new session the US Supreme Court has heard arguments in what could become a landmark civil rights case the issue was whether current laws protect LGBT Q. people from job discrimination a question the CBS news correspondent Jan Crawford says has sparked a lot of controversy federal civil rights law prohibited discrimination in
Supreme Court to hear LGBTQ employment rights cases
"The nation's highest court today is taking up key questions about if employers can fire workers because of their gender identity or sexual preference CBS news update the newly conservative majority Supreme Court is hearing arguments today in two landmark cases that involve LGBTQ rights at work correspondent Jan Crawford here the court will decide whether title seven of the federal Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four which protects people on the job from discrimination on the basis of sex also applies to sexual orientation and gender identity and spoke with someone at the center of one of the cases Gerald both stock managed an Atlanta area program that advocates for victims of child abuse and neglect after ten years he says he was dismissed when he joined a gay softball league I was fired for being
U.S. judge rejects claim Harvard discriminates against Asian-American applicants
"A lawsuit challenging Harvard university's applications process may be headed to the Supreme Court a federal judge today rejected claims that Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants Jan Crawford is joining us now from Washington to break all this down so June first what did the judge's ruling say when are so this case started actually back in two thousand fourteen when a group of Asian American students sued the university saying that they were being held to a higher academic standards and emissions than whites and other minority
Brett Kavanaugh facing calls for impeachment amid misconduct accusation
"The controversy over Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh as we've been reignited by an accusation against Cavanagh from back in his college days that was just made public CBS news chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford tells us didn't take long for battle lines to be drawn the allegation of misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh at a college party set off a firestorm democratic presidential candidates call for impeachment president trump tweeted Cavanaugh should start suing people for libel the incident was detailed in the New York times from a new book by two of the paper's reporters according to a Yale classmate of Kavanaugh's he exposed himself to a woman while at a college party in the nineteen eighties but late Sunday the times issued a clarification the female student declined to be interviewed and friends say she does not recall the
Admiral warns Navy SEALs have a "discipline" problem
"Our reputation problem brewing for the navy seals CBS's Jan Crawford has more most recently a seals platoon kicked out of Iraq after a drunken fourth of July party and allegations of sexual assault those seals were from the same team as Eddie Gallagher who was found not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of an ISIS fighter but convicted of unlawfully posing with an enemy courts and still others scandals to seals implicated in the hazing death the special forces sergeant Logan Melgar and cocaine and other drug use in seal team ten the head of the navy seals has sent a letter to commanders telling them we have a problem a discipline problem that must be addressed
Top Navy SEAL says "discipline problem" needs to be addressed
"To the commander in charge of the navy seals wrote a letter to his command today stating that we have a problem CBS news correspondent Jan Crawford reports on the latest scandal to rock the seals in his letter rear admiral calling green says the order and discipline problem must be addressed immediately so the seals can recalibrate our culture and regain our credibility it was the seals who killed Osama bin laden respect for their heroism has been undermined by a series of high profile scandals most recently a seals platoon kicked out of Iraq after a drunken fourth of July party and allegations of sexual assault those seals were from the same team as Eddie Gallagher who was found not guilty of murder in the stabbing death of an ISIS fighter but convicted of unlawfully posing with an enemy courts and still others scandals to seals implicated in the hazing death the special forces sergeant Logan Melgar and cocaine and other drug use in seal team ten CBS news obtained an internal navy investigation that revealed seals passing drug test by swapping out there you're in with clean samples in calling the drug testing program a joke so the problems that we're having now isn't just in the last year or two retired navy seal Erik damning is one of several who have come to CBS news over the past two years with complaints about corruption he spoke this week to David Martin I got two boys are old enough and I would be willing to be part of it really would not he and other retired and active duty seals met with admiral green on Monday to detail their concerns and according to one account green told them heads are going to roll one of them might be
Faked drug tests and scandals: Navy SEALs have "order and discipline" problem
"Com a warning from the head of the navy SEAL's after reports of misconduct leader of US navy seals is warning about a problem of order and discipline that must be addressed immediately rear admiral calling green sent a letter to commander saying we have a problem in the wake of scandals and unprofessional behavior by some seals CBS is Jan Crawford two seals implicated in the hazing death the special forces sergeant Logan Melgar and cocaine and other drug use in seal team ten CBS news obtained an internal navy investigation that revealed seals passing drug test by swapping out there you're in with clean samples in calling the drug testing program a joke an entire seals platoon was pulled out of a rock after a drunken fourth of July party and allegations of sexual assault retired seal Eric gaming is one of several with allegations of corruption I got two boys are old enough and I would be willing to be
Faked drug tests and scandals: Navy SEALs have "order and discipline" problem
"The leader of US navy seals is warning about a problem of order and discipline that must be addressed immediately rear admiral calling green sent a letter to commander saying we have a problem in the wake of scandals and unprofessional behavior by some seals CBS is Jan Crawford two seals implicated in the hazing death the special forces sergeant Logan Melgar and cocaine and other drug use in seal team ten CBS news obtained an internal navy investigation that revealed seals passing drug test by swapping out there you're in with clean samples in calling the drug testing program a joke an entire seals platoon was pulled out of a rock after a drunken fourth of July party and allegations of sexual assault retired seal Eric Deming is one of several with allegations of corruption I got two boys are old enough and I would be willing to be part of it would not CBS news update on Pam
Faked drug tests and scandals: Navy SEALs have "order and discipline" problem
"The head of the US navy seals has sent a letter to commanders telling them we have a problem due to the scandals and unprofessional behavior of some of their troops CBS is Jan Crawford has more on the skating letter in his letter rear admiral calling green says the order and discipline problem must be addressed immediately so the seals can re calibrate our culture and regain our credibility it was the seals who killed Osama bin laden respect for their heroism has been undermined by a series of high profile
"jan crawford" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Correspondent Jan Crawford his impact on the law is broad he provided a critical fifth vote to affirm abortion rights up hold affirmative action banned the death penalty for juveniles and limit presidential war powers president Obama spoke about justice Stevens upon his retirement in twenty ten during that tenure he has stood as an impartial guardian of the law he's warned the judicial robe with honor and humility he has plied the constitution and laws of the land with fidelity and restraint earlier this year he released an autobiography the making of a justice my first ninety four years John Paul Stevens died in fort Lauderdale after suffering a stroke yesterday he was ninety nine years old CBS news special report I'm buttons can also this evening the house voted largely along party lines to condemn president trump's racist tweets aimed at for Congress women of color Acer two hundred and forty the nays are a hundred and eighty seven the resolution is adopted with that the house has voted to condemn president trump's tweets targeting for Congress woman of color for Republicans and one independent joined Democrats in favor tempers flared in the hours leading up to the vote that mainly split along party lines the culmination of three days of outrage sparked by a trump tweets storm that diverted attention from all other business in Washington DC just before the vote Republican congressman Doug Collins this is not the way forward this is not where we need to be because of the many problems inherent in the resolution itself but also the way it was brought to us and we seen that play out on the floor today Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee this resolution is simply one that is to seek not condoning as was said but a combination of added to that may parlay racist beliefs math Piper CBS news sports county congressman Brian Fitzpatrick was one of those for Republicans to vote in favor of the resolution well inside a packed Philadelphia courtroom today a panel of judges heard a one sided argument in the appeal case of Philly native and rapper meek mill he wants the three judge panel to overturn his conviction is K. Y. W. crime and courts reporter Kristin Johannsen tells us it will likely be a while before we get a decision meek mill's attorneys want a new trial.
"jan crawford" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Federally insured by the NCUA. This is the CBS news weekend. Roundup the president responding to a supreme court rolling on the twenty twenty cents on Twitter. The president said the decision was totally ridiculous. And the fight wasn't over and later, bad braille, the braille is absolutely incorrect. And now from the Capital, One Bank studios in the CBS news, Washington bureau, here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Let's start this weekend at the supreme court where it ruled Thursday on whether the Trump administration can add a question about citizenship on the twenty twenty cents and a separate case about partisan redistricting insurance review of the Trump administration. The justices said they would have to be naive to believe is rationale for adding a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, it was to help enforce voting rights, but chief Justice John Roberts, joined by the Ford, liberal justices called that explanation contrived every single. Person in this country deserves to be counted, plain and simple. It was a victory for immigrant rights groups, who accused the administration of adding the question to deter non-citizens from responding to the census blocking the question for now. The justices sent the case back to the lower court for more evidence, which likely will include documents from a deceased, Republican operative, outlining a strategy to undercount minorities, by adding the citizenship question on Twitter. The president said the decision was totally ridiculous. And the fight wasn't over. He said he was asking lawyers about a delay in the census. While the administration gave the court additional information it wasn't the only politically loaded case on the courts, last day in another five four decision. This time with the conservatives joining Roberts, the court looked at partisan gerrymandering instead federal courts, should stay out of it. The justices refused to strike down electoral maps in North Carolina drawn to favorite Republicans. And in mirror. Arlen drawn to help Democrats as too extreme saying that political question was better for state courts and legislatures now ask for that census battle the constitution requires a census every ten years, which means it has to be done in twenty twenty so is entirely unclear whether this issue could even be resolved in time for that. Jan Crawford, CBS news. The supreme court. The court also announced that will rule on whether the president can end an Obama era program that protects young migrants from deportation this weekend. The president is wrapping up a trip to Asia in curry a-. It follows meetings with world leaders at the g twenty in Osaka. Japan are Steven Portnoy is there as he said, along side. Vladimir Putin president was asked by a reporter, if he urged the Russian leader, and not interfere in the twenty twenty election. Of course, I will Mr. Trump said, then turned to his right pointed at Putin with his index finger and said with a smile don't meddle in the election. The Russian leader. Laughed. Steven Portnoy, CBS news with the president in Osaka Japan on Monday, the White House took direct action against Iran's top leaders. More from CBS news. Correspondent Ben Tracy at the White House who knows what's going to happen. I can only tell you. We cannot ever let Iran have a nuclear weapon instead of using force. President Trump put on a show of it in the Oval Office signing the sanctions order in front of the cameras, flanked by his vice president and Treasury Secretary this sanctions targeting around supreme leader in at least eight Iranian military commanders including the official US believes.
"jan crawford" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Not meet today's deadline for turning over President Trump's tax returns to congress towards a recessionary. Steve Mnuchin says he expects to give ways and means committee chair Richard Neal final decision on the matter by may sixth. Neal says consult with counsel on the next steps. Democrats say the administration is stonewalling efforts to investigate the president CBS's. Steven Portnoy this week, the White House instructed its former personnel security director disregard a congressional subpoena. President's lawyers have sued to block congressional probe into his business dealings and issued a demand that the IRS not comply with chairman's request to see Mr. Trump's tax returns Elijah Cummings who chairs the house oversight committee says since Democrats took over the house. The administration hasn't turned over a single document that his committee has request. Did you officials are looking into ISIS claims that it is responsible for the bombings and tree long of it killed more than three hundred people. CBS's Cami McCormick has more. Islam state released a photo showing eight men only one with his face uncovered it also listed the names of the alleged attackers and detailed where each of them were deployed. It says six suicide bombers the FBI is assisting this relations in this investigation and maybe looking at databases to track the suspects two former executives of Rochester, drug cooperative or facing charges of fulfilling orders they knew were fake during the opioid epidemic. US attorney Jeffrey Burma today we announced the first ever drug trafficking charges against a pharmaceutical company and two of its executives for legally distributing prescription drugs that helped fuel the opioid epidemic. This court seems to be sympathetic to the Trump administration's plan to put a citizenship question on the twenty twenty. Census cbs's. Jan Crawford says will note the decision in a couple of months may this one looks like it's it's going to be five four probably at the very end of the term June. Which of course, would give them enough time to to get this on the census former vice president Joe Biden officially enters the presidential race on Thursday. CBS's Eddo kief, you'll see him talk generally about a need to restore a sense of experience and respect for the office and an ability to work across the aisle, Biden in his comments in recent weeks, not shirked from the fact that he is somebody who has maintained close working and personal relationships with Republicans the SNP index hit a new record high today marking the stock market's recovery from its plunge late last year. It was up twenty five to close at twenty nine thirty three. This is CBS news. Rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push-button get mortgage. This.
"jan crawford" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Fears of Wall Street has had for a couple of months. Weaker iphone sales is a bad piece of news for apple. It gets two thirds of its revenue from iphone sales and the company's latest iphone lineup has just not gained traction pads. CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks. A State Department spokesperson says US ambassador to Russia, Jon Huntsman visited on Wednesday with Paul Leland American businessmen detained in Russia. Right now, the Russians have offered no evidence we Wieland now head of corporate security for Michigan auto parts company is a spy his family said he was in Moscow for a friend's wedding and told stars and stripes. He gave wedding guests tour of some of the Kremlin museums Friday morning, but never made it to the wedding Friday night. His twin brother David told CBS news. He had been to Russia many times before he called it inconceivable. He is a spy does corporate security. It's the sort of personality that you wouldn't expect to be a lawbreaker let alone someone who's breaking spy loss has a long history of military service. He spent fourteen years in the marines, but was discharged in two thousand eight for bad conduct on several charges related to larceny. CBS news. Correspondent Jan Crawford. Reporting is coming up on two thirty six we'll always be on the radio here at eight eighty eight. Yeah. But nowadays, the only place to stream WCBS on smartphones. Is what the radio dot com app, which is free and easy to use. Nice some nice podcast on there. You can download it for free favorite us. And then listen anytime anywhere. State farm Robert here. Robert, somebody burned down, my she shed, no one bird. Now, your she shed shero all really Victor because my she sheds burning up in the backyard. Does she share with struck by lightning, Cheryl, Robert state farm cover? My she shed. She said, she turned are shed deter hideaway, Robert that's covered here that Victor. I'm getting a new she sheer. She had can we stop see as she shared now. Go with a win that's here to help life, go, right? State farm. Talk to an agent today when it comes to taking care of your family and.
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"Jeff. Okay. Jan crawford. Thank you. The national weather service said today that floor and more than eight trillion gallons of water on North Carolina. There are eleven hundred road closures in North Carolina. The death toll overall is at least thirty five after Florence sixteen rivers or major flood stage and some are expected to rise even more. Here's morgan. Cookie for river slow and steady rise continues. It's expected to crest in near sixty two feet before officials closed the person street bridge this evening. Onlookers flocked to watch the nearby railroad bridge, which might not hold under pressure. Debris backing up on that bridge. It's going to be a strain on those trussell. What's up with the state infrastructure is holding right here behind me? You have the brand new hope mills dam that controls the water coming from the lake hadn't failed water rushing downstream flooding homes and businesses, but it appears it's done its job. James gray today removed plywood from the local up Thomas office right next to the dam being this close to a body of water. Yes. Very close. Could've been worse. Terrible out here behind. This comes into comes up into our parking lot. Five days after Florence made landfall parts of more than a dozen rivers in the state have reached a stage of major flooding with three more expected to peak in the next few days. Thank you. And Wilmington many residents remained displeased and took advantage of relief distribution centers for supplies in the city that for days had been largely isolated others or adjusting to the fifth day of floodwaters where this robe is still the only way for us iris..
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"President Trump is at a campaign style rally in billings, Montana tonight. And he brought up the ground shaking op Ed by a senior administration official who said the president was acting in a manner detrimental to the health of the Republic. I mean, you look at this horrible thing that took place today. It's really is a version is a treason he called it a national security issue and said the time should be compelled to reveal the author White House. Aides are frantically searching for the official even as two dozen senior administration officials say they didn't do it CBS's. Steven Portnoy, all of Washington wonders who wrote the piece the press secretary calls on the news media to end its quote wild obsession with the identity of the anonymous coward. Sarah Sanders urges those who want to know who the gutless loser is to call the New York Times and ask them several officials from the secretary of state to the. Director of national intelligence have denied authoring the op-ed three term incumbent. Senator Tom Carper is turned back a challenge from progressive newcomer Kerry Evelyn Harris in today's Delaware democratic primary. Rob are lead who served as Donald Trump state campaign chair 2016 won the GOP primary for the US Senate the questioning continues for supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh CBS's. Jan Crawford says part of the focus today was on a batch of emails from Kavanagh's time as staff secretary in the Bush White House. There is an Email, right? After September eleventh that Senator Booker says suggested that he thought some racial profiling was okay. But there was really nothing in this Email that was like the bombshell that really showed something that conflicted with what judge cavenaugh had already testified. And so there was some confusion about what exactly that Email was Burt Reynolds who's died at age eighty two is being hailed as a trailblazer. A wonderful director and actor and a loving father. Burt Reynolds considered deliverance to be a career changer. The nineteen seventy two film gave him credibility as a serious actor. But his biggest hits of that decade were comedies playing. Good old southern boys in movies, like smokey and abandoned the pedal to the metal. Then there were his stinkers and Reynolds made plenty in a career that began in the nineteen fifties. In fact, so many of his movies were panned in the late nineteen eighties. That one comic joked when someone else makes a bad movie, Bert gets a royalty. But Reynolds would get the last laugh he'd go on to earn an EMMY for the sitcom evening shade at an Oscar nomination for the film. Boogie nights. Steve Kathan, CBS news. Serena Williams, defeated Anastazia seven stove of Latvia to reach your ninth US open final. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing. Seventy.
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"By theraworx relief. I'm Pam Coulter. President Trump is at a campaign style rally in billings, Montana tonight. And he brought up the ground shaking op Ed by a senior administration official who said the president was acting in a manner detrimental to the health of the Republic. Look this horrible thing that took place today. It's really is. It's a version is treason. He called it a national security issue and said the time should be compelled to reveal the author White House. Aides are frantically searching for the official even as two dozen senior administration officials say they didn't do it CBS's. Steven Portnoy, all of Washington wonders who wrote the piece the press secretary calls on the news media to end its quote wild obsession with the identity of the anonymous coward. Sarah Sanders urges those who want to know who the gutless loser is to call the New York Times and ask them several officials from the secretary of state to the director of national intelligence have denied. Authoring the op-ed three term incumbent. Senator Tom Carper is turned back a challenge from progressive newcomer Kerry Evelyn Harris in today's Delaware democratic primary. Rob are lead who served his Donald Trump state campaign chair in two thousand sixteen one the GOP primary for the US Senate the questioning continues for supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh CBS's. Jan Crawford says part of the focus today was on a batch of emails from Kavanagh's time as staff secretary in the Bush White House. There is an Email, right? After September eleventh that Senator Booker said suggested that he thought some racial profiling was okay. But there was really nothing in this Email that was like the bombshell that really showed something that conflicted with what judge cavenaugh had already testified. And so there was some confusion about what exactly that Email was Burt Reynolds who's died at age eighty two is being hailed as a trailblazer. A wonderful director and actor and a loving father. Burt Reynolds considered deliverance to be a career changer. The nineteen seventy two film gave him credibility as a serious actor. But his biggest hits of that decade were comedies playing. Good old southern boys in movies, like smokey and abandoned the pedal to the metal. Then there were his stinkers and Reynolds made plenty in a career that began in the nineteen fifties. In fact, so many of his movies were banned in the late nineteen eighties. That one comic joked when someone else makes a bad movie, Bert gets a royalty. But Reynolds would get the last laugh he'd go on to earn an EMMY for the sitcom evening shade at an Oscar nomination for the film. Boogie nights. Steve Kathan, CBS news. Serena Williams, defeated Anastasia stove of Latvia to reach your ninth US open final. This is CBS news to experience relief from foot and leg cramps use theraworx relief. Get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy. Ask your pharmacist for theraworx relief. Seven oh, three of the bay area's news station. KCBS clear inland tonight fog at the coast near the bay sunny and warm to hot tomorrow. Good evening. I'm Larry Sharon. Here's what's happening. The department of insurance is announced more than ten thousand claims have been filed so far in connection with a car and Mendocino complex. Fires KCBS is Carrie Hodousek reports insured losses top more than eight hundred forty five million dollars that number is expected to grow. In the coming months says insurance Commissioner Dave Jones destructive fires have traditionally occurred after September first the fire experts. Tell us that the next couple of months, we could see additional fires with additional catastrophic losses. Jones says much of those losses are associated with the effects of climate change and data collected from the insurance companies climate. Scientists are saying that climate change is occurring that we're going to see higher temperatures at increased routes more dry periods. All this is being factored. In to.
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"Befitting legend Aretha Franklin service will begin. With the plane of some of her best songs and end with a performance by Jennifer. Holliday in between a, laundry list of. Singers will remember the Queen of soul faith hill Arianna Grandes. Chaka Khan Jennifer Hudson smokey Robinson and Stevie Wonder there will be prayers and speeches from former President Bill Clinton Al. Sharpton Jesse Jackson and former NBA great Isaiah Thomas the entire service is expected to last. At least five hours. When he Gillette CBS news there was a spectacular and deadly crash on interstate forty New Mexico not far from the Arizona border it involves a. Truck and a bus, with nearly fifty award at least four people were killed we get, details from, CBS news correspondent Daniel Nottingham rescuers worked to free trapped passengers a. Disaster you could tell the people were distressed screams are coming from. The bus which is horrible New Mexico state police say preliminary crash Information indicates the semi blue attire witnesses say. The vehicle crossed the, median and hit the bus head on in the westbound lanes Justice department is accusing Harvard University of racial bias the Trump administration supporting African American students claiming discrimination in favor of others who might. Be less qualified legal, correspondent Jan, Crawford university is trying to avoid a. Trial as a result of this losses and they're. Arguing that, a court. Should just rule for them without. Even having, an extended trial and I think the Justice Department's filing will make that even more unlikely. Because they point to a lot of what they say is evidence, that there should be a trial. In this case against still background of recent convictions and guilty pleas by close Trump associates the. President again threatened to intervene with the Justice department of political parents in Indiana Mr. Trump said. Leaders of the department and the f. b. FBI have to start doing their job and. Doing it right this, is, CBS news National mortgage lender Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender and. MLS number.
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"On the hour sponsored by progressive insurance i'm wendy gillette secretary of state mike pompeo and president trump are in belgium just hours before the start of the nato summit pompeo plans to hold sideline meetings about the need to increase pressure on ron cbs news correspondent cami mccormick is in brussels some peyot is warning us allies that they should be paying very close attention to a ronnie and embassies in their countries a state department official says the trump administration believes there is evidence that iran is using diplomatic compounds in europe and elsewhere as a cover to plot terrorist attacks pompeo here in brussels intends to meet with european allies to discuss this he also wants to rally support for us efforts to deny iran oil revenues the president is making several stops while in europe including his first visit to the uk as president and helsinki for meeting with russian president vladimir putin cbs news correspondent major garrett has more on what the president might encounter throughout this trip which is likely to have its moments of tenseness the white house hopes the presence of first lady melania trump will ease things up a bit perhaps provide a welcome diplomatic diversion but in london street protests are antiquated so much so that most of president trump's movements will be carried out by helicopter the state department went so far as to warn americans there could be trouble president trump's supreme court nominee judge brett kavanagh will make the rounds on capitol hill for the second day cbs's jan crawford on the upcoming confirmation hearings in the senate is not a stealth nominee and his lengthy record does mean his confirmation could take a little while longer that's something the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell flag for the white house before the president decided on his pick democrats say they want to see the documents all the documents and there are a lot of them a celebration in the streets of paris after france beat belgium at the world cup got a little too rowdy tuesday that's the sound of fans clashing with riot police after the one zero win some fans broke windshields and threw bottles at police officers in riot gear cleared the streets using smoke grenades france now heads to the world cup final for the third time the country is only won the world cup wants an incredible rescue in montana cbs news correspondent danielle nottingham has more police in missoula montana say it's a miracle they found a five month old baby alive early sunday morning hours after he had been abandoned in the woods officers arrested thirty two year old francis crowley saturday evening they say crowley told them he crashed his car and left a baby in the dense woods this is.
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"In washington today the president began interviewing possible nominees for the supreme court seat that will become open when justice anthony kennedy retires at the end of this month jan crawford is covering this you're in the morning i interviewed and met with four potential justices of our great supreme court as the president weighs his choice moderate republican senator susan collins says she was not comfortable with everyone he is considered i would not support a nominee who demonstrated hostility to roe v wait sources say collins specifically opposes federal appeals court judge william prior who once called row and evolving nation a tough finalist replace justice antonin scalia sources say pryor has been eliminated this time two leading contenders sources say or federal appeals court judges brad kavanagh and amy coney barrett cavanaugh has the elite credentials the president wants and is a favorite of the conservative legal establishment it is confirmation hearing in two thousand six to the prestigious dc circuit s an appellate judge he considered row settled law confirmed to the dc circuit i would follow roe v wade faithfully and fully bear it is a favorite of the grass roots and would most fire up the base my personal church affiliation my religious belief would not bear in the discharge of my duties as a judge her appeals court confirmation hearing last year democrats focused on her catholic faith to suggest she would overturn roe versus wade dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern that backfired on democrats amid allegations of anti religious bias bear was narrowly confirmed garnering three democratic votes pretty fascinating to watch this process play out so the pick is supposed to happen a week from today how how does this process play out there now the president said he's going to be talking to other contenders we mentioned to that i'm told her front runners there's could emerge and he's gonna continue those conversations with the senators this nomination has to be airtight if they're going to have a justice on the bench when the supreme court returns that first monday in october and if you're talking about somebody serving potentially thirty forty years generation or more jan crawford thanks the president talked by phone today with mexico's president elect.
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"In washington today the president began interviewing possible nominees for the supreme court seat that will become open when justice anthony kennedy retires at the end of this month jan crawford is covering this during the morning i interviewed and met with four potential justices of our great supreme mm court as the president weighs his choice moderate republican senator susan collins said she was not comfortable with everyone he is considered i put nuts support a nominee who demonstrated hostility tim brophy wait seuss's say collins specifically opposes federal appeals court judge william prior who wants called roe and abomination a tough finalist to replace justice antonin scalia sources say pryor has been eliminated this time two leading contenders sources say or federal appeals court judges cavanaugh and amy coney barrett cavenaugh has the elite credentials the president wants and is a favourite of the conservative legal establishment and his confirmation hearing two thousand six to the prestigious dc circuit you s an appellate judge he considered row settled law confirmed to the dc circuit i would follow roe v wade faithfully and fully beer it is a favorite of the grass roots and would most fire up the base my personal church affiliation or my religious belief would not bear in the discharge of my duties as a judge her appeals court confirmation hearing last year democrats focused on her catholic faith to suggest she would overturn roe versus wade dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern that backfired on democrats amid allegations of anti religious bias barrett was narrowly confirmed garnering three democratic votes pretty fascinating to watch this process play out so the pick is supposed to happen a week from today how how does this process play out the president said he's going to be talking to other contenders we mentioned to that i'm told her front runners there's could emerge and he's going to continue those conversations with the senators this nomination has to be airtight if they're going to have a justice on the bench when the supreme court returns that first monday in october of you're talking about somebody serving potentially thirty forty years generation or more jan crawford thanks when the cbs evening news continues next the fbi says they busted up a domestic terror attack that could have unfolded on the fourth of july traffic and weather together on.
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"The date the location helsinki finland the announcement coming in coordination this white house and the kremlin hitting send if you will on the paper statement simultaneously announcing it to the world that statement which is just two sentences long the white house says the two plan to discuss relations between the two nations along with some national security issues national security advisor john bolton's ben in moscow this week holding talks to lay out these plans for this upcoming summit meantime in washington the push to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy appears to already be in high gear president trump says you'll mmediately begin the selection process to find a successor for kennedy was considered to be a critical swing vote on that court he says he plans to choose the nominee off list of conservative jurists that he compiled last year cbs chief legal correspondent jan crawford reports that president or the president's list includes some women i think we really should take a look at it and they're considering to bring in for an interview with the president and that's amy coney barrett she's a former notre dame law professor recently confirmed to the federal appeals court so she may be in waiting for that next nomination because remember two of these justices on the supreme court right now are going to be over eighty years old this year and they're both liberals justice ginsburg's eightyfive another potential nominee has some strong ties to massachusetts the globe reports thomas hardiman who's a federal appeals judge in pennsylvania hails from waltham his father was headed up a taxi and school transportation company and hardiman himself was a taxi driver and dispatcher back in the late eighties back in twenty seventeen after justice antonin scalia died hardman was apparently one of the front runners to fill that vacant seat but another appeals court judge neil gorsuch of course was eventually chosen for the nomination over to sports now where the red sox wrap up their series with the angels tonight at fenway brian johnson pitching for boston putting the lineup in place of steven wright on the ten day disabled list socks will be assured of at least a tie with the yanks for first heading into the weekend series in the bronx more from ben parker now on the ticket dot com sports studio the red sox.
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"The water if you're looking over the road there will be regarded here for the first time i've seen the wall even move the cracker full is that the ocean and that concerns you can serve because if i lose at he will probably whose white house for the ocean the fire department just informed us said another chunk of the sea wall just brokaw and that is racing even more concern tonight jeff dimarco morgan tenuous situation there along the coast the storm is expected to move out overnight philadelphia new york and boston will end up with a round of half a foot of slushie snow inland areas in higher elevations could get as much as two feet from this storm and more snow could be on the horizon for next week the last full week of winter the legal battle between the president and a former adult film star escalated today she has filed a lawsuit seeking permission to talk about an alleged affair with mr trump his legal team denies the affair and so she needs to follow in nondisclosure agreements are chief legal correspondent jan crawford has more on this now jan well jeff i mean the president's personal lawyer actually tried to head off this lawsuit and keep ms daniels from talking it get a temporary restraining order last week through private arbitration that he says and mother things blocked her from filing it the white house says that proves the president has prevailed the her lawyer told cbs news moments ago that those claims are quote ludicrous when allegations of an affair a decade ago between the president and a former porn star became news earlier this year did you have a poor relationship with donald trump stormy daniels went on a late night television and said her lips were sealed and you have a nondisclosure agreement to why deals now wants to talk in the lawsuit she says that quote hush agreement is not binding because mr trump never signed it daniels alleges she started an intimate relationship with.
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"A cia agent or the document abruptly cuts off leaving us to wonder the answer jan crawford cbs news washington actress rose mcgowan pleaded with women today to fight sexual harassment and assault mcgowan spoke publicly for the first time since accusing filmmaker harvey weinstein of rape telling a convention of women activists it doesn't just happen in hollywood because what happened to me behind the scenes happens all of us in this society and that cannot stand and it will not stance more than fifty women have accused weinstein of sexual misconduct he has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex it happens in congress to according to one member who is sharing her story under the hashtag me to congress here's chief congressional correspondent ansi cortas i know what it's like to keep these things hidden california's janki spear says her me to story happened on capitol hill but in the 1970s when she was a low level staffer the chief of staff held my face kissed me and stuck his tongue in my mouth the 5 turn congresswoman argues the same boys club culture exists today because congress operates literally by its own set of rules a law passed in 1995 requires congressional victims of sexual harassment or misconduct to undergo thirty days of counselling then a thirty day mediation period before they can pursue a hearing or a lawsuit settlements when they happen are paid not by members or their offices but by a special us treasury fund unlike most federal workers lawmakers and their aides are not required to get sexual.
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"Legal correspondent jan crawford tonight has a look at the law i don't think it's for me to say whether the conversation with the president was an effort to obstruct throughout the hearing from director james comey was careful not to say whether he thought the president broke the law in this exchanged with west virginia democrat joe manchin you believe this arises obstruction justice i don't that as five muller's job to sort that uh deferring to the special council colmey instead laid out his version of the facts that the president after firing national security adviser michael flynn urged colmey to drop his investigation into flint's post election conversations with the russian ambassador i took it as a direction but even if colmey thought that it's not necessarily a a crime with key for obstruction is intact with the president thought firing flynn was punishment enough or whether he corruptly endeavoured to influence obstruct or impede the investigation for an improper purpose i think the one overall take away would have to be obstruction of justice scott frederiksen is a former federal prosecutor the fundamentals might be there potentially but there is more investigation in the future and not a question i can answer an open setting mr chairman as some of comey's testimony like this exchange with committee chairman richard burke bolstered the president's claim cd did not obstruct the president at any time ask you to stop the fbi investigation into russian involvement in the two thousand sixteen us elections not to my understanding no but this is more of a political matter sitting president has never been and died at a constitution says employees mattis the punishment for committing high crimes and misdemeanours which means scott obstruction of justice is whatever majority of congress says it is jan crawford thanks very much well coming into the komi hearing president trump's job approval rating was thirty seven percent close to his alltime low of thirty five cents to denote five other recent presidents fell lower for a time.