11 Burst results for "Jane rosenbaum"

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on Venture Stories

"There's there's two sides to this coin which is you know. After it sold my company efforts old tricks to fox. I founded human ventures with heather hartnett and human was this incarnation of like the the superpower behind all great companies as the people in this kind of very part and parcel saying about art versus science and that successes like you know where human spend their time attention and and what you demand of others in so that was the early early stage in attention was looking at a later. Stage like people are trying to understand the attention economy or their misplaced because they've high-value value attention but they're not valued properly is a really interesting space. And then you know in a covid world it was kind of a full stop and say will what would we think will be very interesting. Post covid and so. I'm still just kind of feeling out right now. we're gonna Few points you mentioned. One is in a previous podcast. You mentioned some digital. You mentioned something along the lines of you to we've we've tended to overvalue what we can measure And so what can't be measured gets undervalued and that goes speaks. Aren't science point at those really interesting yen. i think that's it. that's absolutely. It's very hard to measure. If someone goes to an event next experiential. We all know it. You know you know. It's really sad that we're not going to south by see us in the everyone. Can everyone can make fun. Thank god we're not in vegas right now Thank god and what a crush on. How much of our careers and our connections people we got to know. What is the relationship worth. I mean i don't know how to put a price on it. They you know maybe maybe salesforce and slack figure it out on star together but but they built our careers in your networks on these things and and they're very hard to value and so if they're hard people just kind of throwing. I'll pay for what i can measure and so i believe that there's a class of things out. There that are very hard to measure their undervalued in the market. Wha what's an example that the does mind to make it a big concrete for people. I one of the first things partnered with a james's firm who were lead live aventures on entre. Becca film festival. Right in tribeca son of these things where it's like it just brand that like people recognize. They don't know everything about it. People recognize the brand and that has intrinsic value. Jane rosenbaum's the like knows how to like put together an event and showed that like moves culture like it was founded post nine eleven to bring people back to downtown new york. It's the stories that told it film festival resonate for decades you see a piece of art that gets traded and ten years later someone becomes a you know a cancer research scientists because of something they tell me how you're going to measure that i tell me how you're gonna say i'm gonna show you the of film festival and is i..

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You photos have been released if the damage chips, the supreme court deals, Virginia. Republicans of defeat in gerrymandering case districts were designed with race in mind. Loria Vanderbilt dead at ninety five ARIS had careers as an actress artist and designer. The Pentagon says it has photographic proof that Iran was involved in last week's attacks on oil tankers, these new photos, come from a navy, helicopter, the Pentagon says they show further proof that Iranian forces removed and unexploded limpet mine from the side of a damage Japanese owned oil tanker in the Gulf of Oman, other photographs appear to show damage to the tanker from another mine military officials released the photos today in the wake of strong denials of involvement in the attacks by Iran. Bill, Rakoff, CBS news, Washington. Iran says it will soon have stockpiled more enriched uranium than was agreed to in that twenty fifteen nuclear deal State Department. Spokeswoman Morgan Ortega's, Iran, as evident by their announcement today, but also their pattern of behavior over the past few years is keen on expanding seems to be keen on expanding their nuclear program in announced to exceed these nuclear limits. Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan has authorized another one thousand troops for the Middle East. If needed. The supreme court today handed Republicans defeat in gerrymandering case out of Virginia allowing a lower court ruling to stand Pat, that state House Republicans redrew district's to weaken, the cloud of black voters. CBS news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum, remember, racial gerrymandering is unconstitutional, because undermines the votes of citizens who are placed in districts where their votes become meaningless, that's what Virginia did to African Americans who were registered as Democrats. And that's what the lower court found to be objectionable justices also sidestepped, a case involving bakers who refuse to make a wedding cake for same sex couple CBS's Steve Dorsey. The supreme court is ordering a lower court in Oregon to reconsider the case between a lesbian couple. And the owners of a now closed Portland area bakery. The supreme court's decision leaves undecided, the question of whether businesses can discriminate against gay men and lesbians, based on their first amendment rights in a narrow ruling last year. The court sided with Colorado Baker. Who turned away a gay couple amass manage change gunfire with officers at a federal courthouse in Dallas, Texas today, the twenty two year old suspect was killed FBI agent, Matthew desarno. But for the actions.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We ain't we tally up the votes and the person who got the most votes doesn't win. And that has worked in the favor of. The right in the past. I guess because. The smallest states, generally or smaller in terms of population tend to be more red. And so they get. More clout than their actual populations would dictate. Oh, by the way. Is my understanding that the real reason the the founding fathers instituted this is kind of for that reason if you wish strictly to a. Popular vote. The less. Populated southern states. The slave states. Would not. Win. They would save states wouldn't be able to keep this as basically. And they wanted to protect that. And they wanted to protect their clout and in order to get in order to have a union. And move forward with some sort of solidarity. You had to throw them a bone. So they threw them that bone. That's how they gave the south the less populated. States. Equal clout and reason to acquiesce and go along with the whole plan. That's why. I don't think it was some vision for the future. It was a stopgap measure for that time. Now, we go to teddy Teddy's Attleboro. Hello, Ted, Bradley. This is just you know, there's just so much to talk about what you were just go right to what you were. Just speaking. To elect electoral college. So what you're talking about? It makes sense about founding fathers and population. But now think climate change is the states on the ocean get screwed then the population will go up in the middle states that could change all that. But threes, and I'm calling Bradley they need somebody that's liberal so called I just, you know, the report is done Hallelujah now they can go on with the other people that are suing this man and get him off his high horse. Israel, freaking me out yahu. He's already been brought up on charges everything. This man does is for personal profit. And it blows my mind that these people that have all trying to Kool aid don't see it. What has he done for us? Everything is for his wallet. And Bradley, please. At the beginning of the show. You said you can give up you can't you can't. Owens mind is going to there's no point in trying to convince anyone just wasted wasted breath. Hold on I need to finish on WBZ. So yes, news special report, President Trump and his supporters consider him vindicated by the short summary of Russia probe report that science insufficient. Evidence to accuse Mr. Trump of conspiracy with martians what ask for obstruction of Justice against news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum, still an open question. Why Muller did not make a recommendation.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"From the Capital One Bank studios in the CBS news Washington bureau, here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Let's start this weekend with the Russia probe with word on Friday from the Justice department that attorney general William bar has received special counsel Robert Muller's report, here's correspondent Steven Portnoy at the White House. The formal word of the end of the Mueller investigation came in a one page letter to key members of congress attorney general William Barr says he's received Muller's confidential report and is now reviewing it to determine how much of it to share with lawmakers. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders tweeted that the administration looks forward to the process taking its course before leaving Washington for more log oh Friday, the president again called the investigation a witch hunt. There was no there was no obstruction. Everybody knows it. It's all a big hug other reaction from correspondent, Ed O'Keefe. Mark Warner the vice chairman of the Senate intelligence. Committee sent out a statement saying, quote, congress and the American people deserve to judge the facts for themselves. The special counsel report must be provided to congress immediately and the attorney general should swiftly prepare a declassified version of the report for the public nothing. Short of that will suffice correspondent Bill Rakoff has more on what's next for the mullahs report in congress attorney general William bar will brief key congressional leaders on the Muller report. But there's no guarantee that the report itself would become public. If that's the case Democrats may try to subpoena Muller to get the results Republicans though, like Senator Lindsey Graham aren't concerned about the results saying that if there was evidence of collusion, we would have known it by now and special counsel. Robert Motors team weren't the only ones to investigate the Trump campaign here. CBS news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum, even while Muller's investigation was preceding the southern district of New York was conducting its own investigation. It however was focused on campaign finance law violations and Trump's finance. Schemes and not on Russian meddling. That investigation will not come to an end, even when Muller's work is concluded, and it might actually present greater legal problems for the president and his enablers, then whatever is in the Muller report one man who knows about investigations as former US attorney for the southern district of New York Preet Brora, he's out with a new book doing Justice. A prosecutors thoughts on crime punishment and the rule of law. Pre joins us in New York. Pre thanks for talking with us. Thanks for having. What can we expect with the Russia probe? But I think you can expect an argument about what should be made public, and what should not be made public. There's a huge clamoring for whatever mother finds to make its way into the public record. And at least at a minimum into the hands of congress. What do you think should happen with respect to anything relating to the president? I think it should all become public and at a minimum given to congress the president. Unlike other folks has the shield of an office of legal counsel opinion in the department of Justice that says he cannot be prosecuted as. Sitting president. So I'm like everyone else. You know, who would be maligned in some way. It wouldn't be able to be able to be charged. It's odd the president will be able to use both as a sword in the shield. The fact that you don't put derogatory information out of against someone who is in charge. But then at the same time say, well, you can't charge me anyway. And the second point is congress has a duty and a function to rain in the president. And you have the process of impeachment that doesn't apply to other ordinary citizens. And so for congress to figure out how to do its job after there's been this long and detailed and thorough investigation by special counsel's office. They need to know what that investigation yielded. What's your opinion as a prospect as a former prosecutor about whether the president can be indicted and tried as as a sitting president, I think the reasonable arguments in favor of it. I think that's less important question at this moment. I think it's a question for the future with respect to future presidencies because you can change the rules. I think after this president leaves. But the the important thing is that that is what the guidance. Is that exists in the department? And I believe that Robert Mueller will feel himself bound by that practice and policy and the southern district feel itself bound by that practice and policy also and at that so and no constitutional arguments to the contrary will not carry the day. You were fired by the president not long after he was inaugurated. What happened? Well, you'll have to ask him. Not longer after he was elected. In extraordinary move. The president elect asked me to meet with him and asked me to stay on for another term, which is basically unheard of. When a new president comes in particularly president of a different party. I accepted because I love the work of the office. I know that we would have continued the independence of the office. Then he called me a few times, it was sort of strange that I've outlined in the podcast. I have stay tuned. And then he called me again in March March ninth of two thousand seventeen and giving my understanding of what regulations were with the southern district of New York and the does department and the White House and a concern though, not proven, but a concern that there might be some awkward question about an enforcement action or something else. I chose not to return the call which I thought was a good decision. And I don't know if they were connected or not but twenty two hours later, I and all the remaining Obama US attorneys were asked to resign. I refused because I wanted to know if that order was coming directly from the president and the next day. I was fired. Did you ever investigate the Trump organization while you were at the southern district of New York? I'm not gonna answer what I did. Or did not investigate while. I was in the office unless public former US attorney creeper Aurora on the weekend roundup. He's out with a new book doing Justice. Thanks. Thanks so much President Trump reignited a feud with the political arch enemy who's now. Dead. Arizona Republican Senator John McCain with defenders like his daughter Megan on ABC's the view standing up for him. So I have to be honest. I've never liked him much President Trump. Once again blasted the late Senator John McCain for thwarting a Republican effort to repeal ObamaCare. He said two hours before he was voting to repeal and replace any went down badly hurting, the Republican party badly hurting our nation, attacking a decorated veteran seems an odd. Choice when speaking at a plant that makes military tanks..

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"They pack a lot in a small space hundreds of samples of carbon you put the right set on the couch or table and see if it works. The preceding was produced by SFP productions and does not reflect the views of the station. WBZ busted w x ks FM HD two Medford an iheartradio station. This is WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. I'm Sam Litzinger. President Trump says chief of staff John Kelly will leave his job by the end of the year months earlier than Kelly once said he planned to go to Bs news correspondent, Nicole Killian Kelly's. Eventual departure caps off a tumultuous tenure. He was initially credited with restoring order to the west wing, but his iron-fisted style drew criticism in recent days, White House, sources told CBS news Kelly's exit was imminent. And he and the president were reportedly not on speaking terms. This Trump isn't saying immediately who will replace Kelly a retired marine general who served as chief of staff since July two thousand seventeen but the president says in announcement about a replacement will be coming in the next day or two the west wing shakeup comes as Mr. Trump anticipates the challenge of governing when Democrats take control of the house next month, and as he gears up for his own campaign for reelection in twenty twenty new court filings in cases, involving former Donald Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen and former campaign manager, Paul. Manafort of captor week of revelations special counsel's probe into possible coordination between the campaign and the Kremlin CBS news legal analyst Jane Rosenbaum up until now with the president claiming that there was no collusion and Robert Muller -taining guilty pleas only from lower level officials. No court documents implicated the president directly in any crimes. But yesterday prosecutors signaled that they have sufficient evidence linking, the president of violations of campaign finance laws, which are serious felonies not clear for sitting president can be prosecuted, though, SpaceX delivery full of Christmas. Good eases. Arrived at the international space station. The dragon capsule pulled up with the orbiting lab. Three days after launching from Cape Canaveral Florida..

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"America's finest city, seventy five years seven sixty af MB, talk and breaking news. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. And Allison keys there may have been Wapping discounts online for shoppers, but many people packed up their families and headed for the stores on this black Friday. The unofficial beginning of the holiday season the Glendale Galleria in southern California. It was a traditional black Friday just to let you know. Everything is twenty percent off of black Friday with retailers offering discount prices and shoppers spending lots of money. I got a Samsung Chromebook for hundred dollars pretty much everyone who came here knew what they wanted. Vest and skirt summer Taylor. An analyst with the Loyd says it should be a good year about a five to five point six percent increase in retail sales. The Futterman CBS news, Glendale, California, the national retail federation has estimating people in the US will spend more than seven hundred twenty billion dollars this year. A government report says extreme weather disasters are getting worse. Thanks to climate change. But co-authors are questioning the timing of its release on a holiday weekend. The new report contradicts things said by President Trump about the climate and says that extreme weather disasters like California's wildfires in this year's hurricanes are worsening in the United States. This report was prepared before this year's hurricanes in California. Wildfires a statement by former Vice President Al gore says the president may try to hide the truth, but his own scientists and experts have made it as stark and clear as possible Rakoff CBS news Washington, dozens of people arrested today in an immigration showdown endorse. Carolina nearly thirty protesters and supporters were arrested after an immigrant who sought refuge from deportation in Durham North Carolina church for eleven months was detained at a scheduled appointment with immigration agents, the arrest happened when people blocked a law enforcement van from leaving with 47-year-old savvy. You will Oliver brutal. The Mexican national was taken into custody what he wants to have fingerprints taken. So he could apply to stay in North Carolina with his wife and son. Jim Krasula CBS news, Raleigh judge says a lawsuit against the Trump foundation, alleging misuse of a charity should precede CBS news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum, the court is saying that a sitting president can be sued for actions before he or she took office. This case involves the way he ran his private foundation long before he had a public function and the charges against him have nothing to do with his presidential responsibilities. Phil Mickelson birdied. The fourth playoff hole to beat. Tiger Woods, and they're nine million dollar made for TV match today. Only seven hundred invited guests were allowed to watch. The battle Bill does cost.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Former vice president Joe Biden was in Ohio saying the Republicans have to be blocked the only way they can maintain power. They convince these basic American ideals don't denigrate his voice was hoarse after several campaign appearances. Sam Litzinger, CBS news. With those Central American migrants hoping to seek political asylum. Here is still hundreds of miles from the US border and an election just around the corner. President Trump has ordered more active duty soldiers to the US side, although they are not allowed to carry out law enforcement functions. CBS news national security consultant retired army Colonel Jeff MacOS any of these soldiers have served multiple silence in Iraq and Afghanistan will spend your thanksgiving holiday sitting on the border perhaps doing things like building some tans or preparing some barriers for a quote, unquote, invasion. There's at least two months away, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary committee who championed a successful supreme court nomination of Brad Kavanagh has released a report on the late sexual harassment accusations against him CBS news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum thinks surprising about this at all the Senate Judiciary committee wants to preserve a record of what they did in response to the allegations against judge Cavanaugh. This report nearly restate that they conducted both in initial investigate. Nation, and then a supplemental background investigation and concluded that there was no corroborating evidence that implicated the judge this is the legislative equivalent of covering one's own backside, and Pittsburgh is a.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty where the news watch never stops. I'm Tom Foty hours after agreement on a Thursday Senate hearing on a sexual abuse allegation against supreme court nominee. Brooke all came other acusations along with calls for either stopping the confirmation process or having cavenaugh pull the nomination all came from Democrats while he is getting support from the White House. New York magazine article involving a college classmate CBS news legal analyst, Jane Rosenbaum. The one big difference raised by these new allegations is the presence of more witnesses. This was not true in the case of doctor Ford. Of course, troubling piece is that MS Ramirez acknowledges that she was drunk at the time. And there are gaps in her memory and a quarter of law. Her credibility would be in doubt. But in Senate hearings with the political stakes this high and the metoo movement in the background Kavanagh's confirmation is suddenly less. Certain difference raised by these new allegations is the Maui. In addition to that longtime anti-trump attorney, Michael avenue promises. Additional unrelated allegations against camel, not a New York City where President Trump returns Monday to the United Nations. What a difference so year makes rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself at the UN last September, President Trump said the US could totally destroy North Korea. But this September. Very calm. He's come on momentum cooled after Singapore. The north last week offered to dismantle key missile facilities, provided the US takes corresponding actions. Secretary of state Pompeo says he may meet here this week with Kim Jong UN's foreign minister, Steven Portnoy, CBS news, New York, friends. So year may Bill Cosby is due back in suburban court near Philadelphia on Monday, he's to be sentenced for twenty two thousand four sexual assault. Correspondent Joe Rica Duncan the first trial in June of two thousand seventeen dozens of Cosby's alleged victims from across the country attended and supportive constant. But after more than fifty hours of deliberations, the first jury could not reach a verdict resulting in a mistrial, but nearly one year later the second trial ended with a conviction over the last several years. More than sixty women have accused the now Eighty-one year old Cosby of sexual misconduct lake work from North.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"House counsel. Don Mcgann has been cooperating extensively with Robert Muller's probe into whether President Trump obstructed Justice. The paper says, he's given voluntary interviews, totalling thirty hours CBS news, legal analyst. Jane Rosenbaum McCann may not have felt as bound by attorney client privilege or even executive privilege. As the president's personal lawyers may have hoped. Also, Mr. mcken may have believed that in allowing him to testify in the Muller investigation, the president was setting him up to take the fall. In the obstruction case. The time says, Mcgann began collaborating with Muller's investigation to show. He had nothing to hide. Prosecutors working for special counsel. Mueller are recommending a short prison sentence for form former Trump campaign adviser who lied to the FBI during the Russia probe while his team says in a new court filing, the George popadopoulos should spend at least some time incarcerated and pay nearly ten thousand dollar fine. He was the first Trump campaign advisor to plead guilty in Muller's investigation tributes from globe. Leaders are coming in for coffee and the first black African UN secretary general who's died. At age eighty after strengthening the world's bodies focus on peacekeeping and fighting poverty as well Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown I think he, was the, first leader. Of the twenty first century on he tried to. Build an international community where countries would work together cooperate freely and tackle what, he saw the biggest problems poverty inequality climate change and of course conflict and continued his peace efforts even after leaving the. UN CBS news correspondent. Carter Evans says people in Frederick Colorado are remembering the victims of a horrific crime allegedly carried about. Carrying out rather by the father of the family vigil, outside the Colorado home Chris watch shared with his family friends and neighbors are still coming to grips,.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Did albeit attached faster humid call six one seven two five four ten thirty billion two phone calls to this point sweetheart mj and wayne i know there are many many many more people out there so if if a mind to dial in let's talk yankees rent they're all driving to the cape how true a lot of them think or to the new hampshire mountains this time of the morning it'll be an easy a trip down route three that may or may not be true i'll throw it a trivia question mr trivia go right it's just for the sake of doing it george charbonneau george sharp all right a former red sox player by the name of gdp drew yes was involved in twice in a historic aspect of baseball twice not just once but twice something in my mind rings a bell of familiarity and so if you call i don't ever prize i don't know if morgan has brise but skew we got tons of those just just for the sake of answering the question if you're out there tell gene drink right away and then you said i don't have a bryce jeez wbz penn i'm sorry i don't have one no i never got one so for trivia coming up in about an hour and a half i will have a wbz shirt it will be a large there is no exchanging right grandmothers been listening since nineteen twenty one for his game on and she's an extra large good find someone else in the family a large that's what i have i went to the promotions department today and that's all beth had oh large just a well large is usually pretty good it's not a small well it's not an extra large but i want to tell people you know somebody who would fit a large teacher so if not you are to a sibling offer to neighbor our effort to a child that'll be the prize and i learned my lesson with writing i wrote a great game last week it was a great game if i do say so myself and it just didn't get embraced by the listeners so i had to pull out of that game and come up with something else midway through so it's unusual for i'm going to be hesitant to write games and i got july fourth i'm filling in and three other july dates i'll be filling in could this gain it didn't go over that well be tweaked to go over well maybe we'll find out more about that astor cbs news cbs news update july ninth that's the date president trump says he'll announce his nominee to replace retiring justice anthony kennedy on the supreme court while the president says he's already whittled down his list to around five names he wasn't naming names cbs news legal analyst jane rosenbaum there's a number of people on the list who have a direct connection to justice kennedy because they in fact clerked for him when he was on the supreme court cavanaugh on the dc circuit judge katherine john the six have been mentioned for that reason could be the front runner according to the university of louisville's justin walker he's a very strict textualist which means that he looks at the words in a statute and awards in the constitution and he applies those words as they're written as they were understood at the time the wall was passed or at the time the constitutional ratified cbs news update i'm.

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"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"jane rosenbaum" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"And is an equal opportunity lender am seven sixteen kfi cbs news update with senate republicans planning to vote on president trump's next supreme court nominee this fall the president is putting the selection process into a higher gear and said today he plans to announce his nominee to the nation on july ninth a week from this coming monday correspondent ouija jiang says he'll be inviting one or two thereafter that he will also be interviewing the others but again he's moving very quickly just the fact that you know here here we are on friday and he plans to have a face to face with any of the candidates is very telling about how quickly he wants to move on this ubs news legal analyst jane rosenbaum he's looking at the midterm elections he wants to make sure that this is taken care of before then he's looking at his base he wants to make sure that he makes them happy and invalidating roe v wade will make them look lease them the most the president said he had his list down to about five but would not identify them just saying each was outstanding cbs news update i'm jim shanavie saving tortoises from extinction that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty san diego zoo global conservation that's planned to get together with other agencies to boost california's populations of the threaten agassi desert tortoise populations have dwindled in recent years because of habitat loss disease predation and limited regulatory programs the turtles are native to the mojave and colorado deserts the eighteenth annual port of san diego big bay boom fourth of july firework show takes place wednesday night you're encouraged to watch.

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