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How and Why Jeff Bezos’ iPhone X Was Hacked
"Us phone was hacked possibly by the saudi crown on prince jeff gays on a motive what's a new ferocity education commission by basis according according to the report amazon billionaire jeff bezos in saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman and exchange messages on what's that before but the message sent in may of two thousand eighteen set in motion a wild chain of events UN says an MP for video file sent from whatsapp account used by the crown prince prince infected bases phone and caused a massive and unprecedented exfiltration data the flow of information out of the washington post owners phone jumped by twenty nine thousand percent and he would soon get messages from the account signaling that he was being spied on the saudis were unhappy with the washington post coverage original kingdom and their columnist jamal kashogi critic of the regime five months after basil's his phone was hacked jamal kashogi was killed inside the saudi consulate in istanbul for which the saudis ultimately took responsibility on sixty minutes did you order murder jamal kashogi absolutely not imagine this was a heinous crime i take full responsibility as a leader in saudi arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the saudi government one month after the killing another message from the account of bin salman included included a photo of a woman resembling lauren sanchez whom bezos was secretly having an affair with soon after the national enquirer broke the story of bezos is a fair and bezos blamed the saudis today the saudi foreign minister denied his government's involvement in hacking days those phone service exactly the right were the idea that the conference would hack jeff as is absolutely silly and jeff joins us here what do we know about how someone would gain access to bezos is phone so this was spyware spyware and we're told that didn't even have to click on it for sweep up his information it can get your passwords text messages even have access to your phone and and so now the UN is calling for the US to investigate the FBI though is not commenting
"jeff gays" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"It wants to be prepared with five thousand arriving passengers expected to be screened in the coming weeks forty five people in China have contracted the illness that's related to sars law enforcement is combing the internet for clues about plans for possible trouble Monday in Richmond Virginia ahead of a rally by gun rights activists CBS is Jeff gays is there some white supremacist are trying to infiltrate this event with the goal of sparking violence and so there is this effort to get on top of these threats because no one wants to see a repeat of what happened in two thousand seventeen in Charlottesville that is still fresh in the minds of Virginia state officials and really law enforcement across the country nearly three years ago one woman was killed there are more than thirty injured when a white supremacist drove his car into a crowd of counter protesters fourth annual women's marchers under way throughout the country including one of the nation's capital inside was others the first held after president trump was inaugurated opposing his presidency organizer say the anti trump movement in twenty twenty is more organized and more focused on action calling for a change in leadership foul weather including rough seas in the Atlantic forcing a delay in the test launch of SpaceX until tomorrow plans calling for a short flight to demonstrate the capsules emergency escape system Ron sending the black boxes from Ukrainian flight seven fifty two two Keef their plane was mistakenly shot down by around ten days ago authorities in Tehran also will allow experts from the United States Canada and France to examine data from the black boxes.
Michael Brown, Missouri And Officer discussed on KCBS Radio Overnight News
"A CBS news investigation looks of changes made by law enforcement since the shooting of Michael brown in Ferguson Missouri five years ago the unarmed black teenager was killed by a white officer there were months of protests some say that the training of police officers to confront racial bias is not working here CBS news correspondent Jeff gays what do you think the image of mesa PD is bouncing with their identities concealed to white mesa Arizona police officers are speaking freely about their departments implicit bias stream that people are inclined to stereo type black individuals as more aggressive an effort to confront historical prejudices in their departments ranks explaining himself the
President, United States And CBS discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"The president is failing to remove millions of undocumented immigrants beginning next week, but he offered no specifics about mass arrests or deportations CBS's Jeff gays has reaction, new shocked immigration advocates, and public officials like Oakland, mayor Livy chef who famously warned. Residents of appending ice rate last year. This president continues to fear monger, he continues to spread racist lives. Well, most crossing the legally into the United States recently won't be affected those that help them say the threat of tougher tone is meant to scare and deter last month alone, almost one hundred forty five thousand migrants cross into the US from Mexico most asked for political
Virginia Beach police say shooting suspect taken into custody
"Eleven people are dead after a shooting spree in a municipal building in Virginia Beach, Virginia this evening suspect is in custody. This is the most devastating day in the history of Virginia Beach, CBS's, Jeff gays. This'll shots were fired at around four thirty this afternoon. Lease rushed to the scene. Actively clearing. The active shooter situation was centered in building, two of the Virginia Beach municipal center, which is located next to city hall, as well as the police and sheriff's departments shortly before five pm. Police reported that there were multiple injuries in just one shooter, who was in custody, and so far, no word
"jeff gays" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Soon after this video was recorded Spain was killed in a prison. Uprising Spain's daughter. Allison believes Lynn remains a threat. We still feel that he is radicalized. And that releasing him into our public is a danger to everybody. President Trump said there was nothing legally he could do something. What bothers me more than anything else is that here's a man who has not given up his proclamation of terror. And we have to let him out according to the group new America since nine eleven three hundred and Forty-six people have been charged and convicted in the US of Jihadist terrorism related crimes. Like Lynn nineteen of them will be released this year and next, this is the start of a wave terrorism analyst, shame issues says there is currently no strategy in place to help terrorism prisoners, reenter society, no system. No systematic way to, to address it in many ways, we arrested our, our way out of this and then didn't think about the consequences the end and you see in the Lynn case, a scramble to try to figure this out law enforcement as well aware of the potential threat, a senior, FBI, counterterrorism officials said, we track them and the threat as they come out, but there are limits to what the F B I can do to track former terrorism inmates at some point they will need court approval because that type of surveillance cannot continue indefinitely that. CBS Jeff gays, and that's it for the weekend roundup cintas. You thoughts to weekend roundup at CBS news dot com and find the program online at apple podcast Google play Spotify, and Stitcher have a terrific and safe holiday weekend. I'm Bill Rakoff, CBS news. On eastbound.
Generic drug price fixing under investigation
"Has learned new details about a federal criminal investigation into price fixing in the generic drug industry. As follows a sixty minutes report on a new lawsuit accusing generic drug makers of pushing up prices by billions of dollars. Here's Jeff gays. CBS news has confirmed that the antitrust division of the Justice department is an -ticipant in criminal charges as it continues to investigate whether generic drug companies engaged in a conspiracy to raise prices. The federal investigation has already led to two guilty pleas on Friday, more than forty states filed a five hundred page lawsuit, alleging the biggest and Eric drug makers had built consumers out of billions of dollars where blowing the lid off this whole thing on CBS this morning, Connecticut, Attorney general William Tong accused the companies of jacking up some drug prices. Nearly eight thousand percent really what blew this whole thing might open is are the phone records, and we've gotten I think eleven million phone records seven million documents. We can see that competitor is talking to competitor be five times on one day. Connecticut. Prosecutor Joe Nielsen told sixty minutes phone logs emails and text show generic drug companies. Communicating before raising prices in one text a heritage pharmaceuticals executive wrote to a counterpart Citron, we are raising the price right now. Just letting you know tebow says they will follow drug makers have denied an overarching conspiracy and the industry trade group told us generic prices have declined for three straight years hard to watch someone that you love literally dying in front of you nine Hartwig told sixty minutes that in two thousand thirteen she and her mother Molly were both prescribed the drug Ursa dial for rare genetic disease, but Molly didn't have prescription drug coverage. And after the price went up, she stopped taking the drug. It's disheartening to think that somewhere in some corporate boardroom. A group of people decided it was a good idea to raise the price because it was better for their pockets. Mouly died three years after she was diagnosed, no one can know erstwhile would've extended her life. But what angers ni- Hartwick is that her mother never got the chance to find out. She says because the price of the
"jeff gays" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Of these parts were able to get out and to be sold. And that's something that we can never tolerate one. Arrest is made so far in this investigation. Police arrested at a contractor who worked at the silly after finding a stolen pistol in his car for now security has been stepped up at the West Virginia facility and access in and out of the building is being controlled CBS. Jeff gays reporting you've likely heard people are seeing less than their tax returns since the new tax plan kicked in is not necessarily because the government's taking more. But because your paychecks had more money on the front end last year. There are some of us who will see less because we're not eligible for the same deductions that we once received in the first few weeks of tax season this year, many early filers were surprised to see that. They're refund was smaller than expected or worse. They owed taxes I'm Ellen stark of considerable dot com. Tips for tax filing season normally more than two thirds of tax filers get refunds soon after tax season began this year about twenty five percent. Fewer people got money back the refunds later picked up. And the average refund was initially. Smaller the tax reform Bill cut income tax rates across the board. Most Americans got a tax cut as a result. The treasury department changed the tables that employers used withhold taxes from your paycheck. That means Americans enjoyed larger paychecks in two thousand eighteen they got their tax cut bit by bit others may be missing out because of certain loss deductions many people count on a tax refund is a way to save money, but a big tax refund means you gave the government an interest free loan..
U.S. sees steady rise in violence by white supremacists
"This country has seen a rise in violence by white supremacists. That includes the murders of eleven people at a Pittsburgh synagogue last fall a deadly encounter at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville Virginia in two thousand seventeen. The Motors of nine people at church in Charleston in two thousand fifteen and the deaths of six people at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin. In two thousand twelve Jeff gays has more on this as the president weighs in in New York today heavily armed police. Officers stood watch outside a mosque, even though US law enforcement officials are not aware of any imminent threat. What investigators have seen a steady rise in right wing extremism. John. Miller's deputy police Commissioner at the New York police department or seeing an increase in the propaganda. Again, when we look at their propaganda. They are borrowing propaganda techniques from other terrorist groups, ISIS inspired followers online. And now white supremacist are doing the same for right attacks. In Europe jumped forty three percent between two thousand sixteen and two thousand seventeen in the US right wing extremists were linked to at least fifty murders last year. That's a thirty five percent increase over two thousand seventeen I would say the majority of it is propagated online. In fact, I this morning after the attacks. I was seeing celebrations of the attacks online on the anti Muslim hate sites. It's really disgusting. Just last month Coast Guard Lieutenant Christopher Hasson was arrested after prosecutors said he was stockpiling weapons for an attack to fuel a race war in October Robert Bowers killed eleven and a Pittsburgh synagogue. He had posted anti-semitic messages online leading up to the attack. Alleged shooter in New Zealand mentioned Bowers in his seventy four page manifesto as well as Charleston church killer, Dylann roof alive, streamed, his attack in an effort to keep the cycle of violence going all of these guys watch they watch the reaction. They watch the tactics of those that went before them, and we ought to acknowledge that there is a rise in sort of nationalism around the world at the White House. President Trump disagreed, I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious
Justice Department launches multistate search for stolen firearms
"The Justice department launched a multi state search for firearms in parts of gun stolen from bureau of alcohol tobacco, firearms and explosives facility as CBS Jeff gays reports thirties have one suspect in custody who they've identified as Christopher Lee, according to court papers hates unlawfully stole firearm parts and sold firearm slides which are used to make guns. Investigators believe they were being sold. Online. ATF has now begun multi-state search for weapons taken from the West Virginia facility or they were supposed to be destroyed. And they say there could be more
Feds launch multi-state search for stolen firearms
"CBS news has learned the ATF is launched a multi state. Search for firearms and firearms parts stolen from one of its facilities in martinsburg. West Virginia CBS, Jeff gays has more on this is a sense of alarm concern. ATF sources that these firearms. These firearms parts may have fallen into the wrong hands. This is one of those situations where the ATF is concerned, and they have launched a criminal investigation as well as an internal affairs investigation. And they notified the inspector general
"jeff gays" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"They're accused of plotting to attack a Muslim community near Binghamton CBS, news Justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff gays says three of the suspects knew each other through the boy scouts, according to court papers. The suspects had built three improvised explosive devices in the shape of a Mason jar wrapped in duct tape. Investigators also say they had access to twenty three rifles and shot guts found firearms in almost every location that we searched. What's it gonna bounce one one location? That was the home of the sixteen year old the bombs are being sent to FBI labs in Quantico Virginia for analysis or investigators will try to determine if the devices were viable investigators say the suspect use the messaging app on their phones, and gaming consoles to communicate. Investigators are now going through boxes of computers cell phones, and those consoles as well as tablets to see if others may have been involved, or if the men were getting or giving directions to anyone else right about now teaches in Los Angeles are heading back to the classroom after reaching a deal to end their strike and overwhelmingly voting in favor of the deal, which is not to say, everyone is pleased though, while the mood at union headquarters was one of celebration, some parents and teachers took to social media to call the deal a bust that teacher's union. President says the yes votes prove the deal is popular. I think the numbers don't lie. Another teacher tweeted meet that she only had two hours to read the forty page contract. And she said that the union gave out rogue. Uh-huh. Calls before any results have been released reporter, Tom, wait. The deal includes a six percent pay hike and a commitment to reduce class sizes over a four year period..
"jeff gays" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Matt piper. Senate leaders have agreed to vote Thursday on competing proposals to end the government shutdown now in its second buff, but the chances are slim that either will reopen federal agencies. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and top democrat Chuck Schumer announced an agreement on the Senate floor today for a pair of test votes reject. This proposal Democrats would have to prioritize political combat with the president ahead of federal workers. Doc recipients, I had a border security and ahead of stable and predictable government funding. Democrats are calling the deal anything, but a compromise federal workers affected by the shutdown will miss a paycheck on Friday. No matter how this week's votes turn out since the deadline for processing them has already passed, Los Angeles. Teachers we'll be back in the classroom in the morning. They have approved a contract deal between their union and school officials ending a six-day strike in the nation's second largest district. This comes as teachers in Denver are finishing up a vote on whether to go on strike as soon as next Monday. Authorities in upstate New York have arrested three men and charged them with plotting to attack a Muslim community with explosives correspondent Jeff gays with more on the suspect sees our people according to investigators who have known each other for some time. In fact, some of them were boy scouts and eagle scouts together. So apparently there is a. A long standing relationship there, and they had been planning this attack. According to investigators for about a month. We learned today some of the evidence against the former US marine accused of espionage in Russia. CBS news correspondent Elizabeth Palmer with more on Paul Whalen reporters from around the world crowded into the Moscow court. Listen to the judge off camera deny him bail spoke to his lawyer and interpreter through a small slot in the prisoner's cage wheelin was arrested in Moscow's Metropole hotel for espionage, specifically, having a USB drive containing state secrets and in fact that part is true. His lawyer told us in an interview, but we didn't know what was on the drive someone had given it to him. If you're a test fan, here's a spoiler. Serena Williams is out the tennis legend was just one point from quite a comeback at the Australian Open quarter-finals when she turned her left ankle. And it went down from their seventh seed caroliina push Kaba produced a stunning fight back to claim victory. Push Gava says her mind was in the locker room when she was down five to one in the third set of the open quarterfinal when she then one. This is CBS news. Capital One quicksilver card earn unlimited one point five percent cashback on every purchase everywhere. That's all. There is to just unlimited one point five percent cashback on everything you buy what's in your wallet. It's.
4 arrested in plot to attack Muslim community in New York
"Here on KNX three men and a teenage boy have been arrested in Rochester New York area for allegedly plotting an attack on a Muslim community west of the Catskills. It CBS news correspondent Jeff gays reports that appear. This had been in the planning stages for weeks. This is an area that is majority Muslim they live in a community up there. And in fact, it is an Islamic community that has been the target of threats in the past. And obviously some of this is still developing. But investigators believe that's why these suspects were going to target that location during their investigation. Police say they recovered Twenty-three firearms and
"jeff gays" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Are Matt piper found alive a thirteen year old Wisconsin girl, missing for months was found about an hour for where she was last seen CBS news. Correspondent Elaine Kiana with more on Jamie Kloss now found thirteen-year-old girl had been missing since mid October. When her parents, James and Denise claws were found fatally shot in their home. The search expanded beyond baron after police received hundreds of tips with hundreds of volunteers joining the search shortly. After Jamie was found police say a suspect was taken into custody. Police have stayed tight-lipped. But a news conference is set for later this morning. CBS is major Garrett on President Trump's spending Thursday along the border and possibly transferring billions of dollars to fund his wall, we need a barrier. President Trump survey the US Mexico border near mcallen, and the people who protecting part of his ongoing campaign to portray the border is overrun by migrants, drugs and human trafficking. So we're gonna get this straightened out. Hopefully, hopefully, the Democrats are gonna come to their senses before leaving for Texas, the president frustrated by democratic opposition to wall funding said he is seriously considering declaring a national emergency and seizing unspent. Pentagon construction funds. We are now in day twenty one of a government shutdown and the first day. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are not getting a paycheck CBS. Jeff gays reports morale is quite bad at the FBI agents are set to not get paid to nearly thirteen thousand FBI agents will not get a paycheck and the FBI agents association told the White House. Congress that without it agents face financial, insecurity that could lead some to find other work ongoing FBI investigations also been hampered by the shutdown lack.
"jeff gays" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Negotiating major house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer will deliver a response tonight to the president speech, and while the government remains partially shuttered Senate Democrats say they will block any legislation that does not end the impasse house. Democrats remained similarly dug in freshman lawmaker Ianna Presley had this message for the president. I see right through you. And so do the American people this has nothing to do with border security, your shutdown. Another Trump generated crisis has brought us to NAMI of hurt to the American people major the vice president told you Democrats are not negotiating is that accurate. What do you mean, Jeff is it in their face to face encounters this week and Democrats simply would not discuss any amount of border wall funding until the government reopened the White House for now is adamant that the partial government shutdown continued until this dispute over border, wall funding is resolved. Now, the president will meet here tomorrow with top congressional leaders. And it is the operating assumption of this White House that does this partial government shutdown continues. It will be Democrats not Republicans will break. I okay. Major garrett. Thank you, very much CBS broadcast the president's address and the democratic response at nine eastern time. Eight central tonight's now to the larger question is there truly crisis at the border. Jeff gays has our reality. Check. We have a an absolute crisis to back up their argument that there's a national security crisis at the southern border administration officials, including the vice president of repeated the false claim.
Feds bust 2 for separate alleged terror plots in Ohio
"Was active on social media on tumbler, she posted photographs and comments Laura fine, mass murders like the Columbine shooters and Dylann roof roof a white supremacist shot and killed nine African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina church in two thousand fifteen in the weeks leading up to her arrest. Legrand wrote to Ruth in prison. According to court papers, he wrote back asking her to mail him several books about civil uprisings and the Nazis in the second. Toledo case. The FBI says twenty one year old Damon Joseph who investigators believe was radicalized by ISIS online targeted to Toledo area. Synagogues court papers alleged that Joseph praised the October attack on the synagogue in Pittsburgh, telling an undercover FBI agent. My opinion is the Jews are evil, and they get what's coming to them agent. Fortunato says Joseph wanted to carry out a similar mass shooting days ago. He provided an undercover employee draft plan, which outlines general operational and logistical considerations. For an attack. Because agents were tracking the suspects activities for months. Investigators say the public was never in danger. It is unusual for two major terrorism cases to be announced in the same news conference. But a prosecutor said today it shows that terrorism comes in many forms, Jeff Jeff gays. Thank you very much. We got some insight into how President Trump plans to defend against allegations. By federal prosecutors that he directed his lawyer to pay hush money to to women during the two thousand sixteen presidential campaign in marks the first time that federal prosecutors have connected the president to a federal crime. Paula Reid has more on his response this morning. President Trump tweeted that payments to alleged mistresses just before the two thousand sixteen election or a simple private transaction. Refuting allegations from his own Justice department that the payments violated campaign finance laws.
"jeff gays" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sponsored by ZipRecruiter. I'll match piper. It was all in a fingerprint alleged serial pipebombs center. A Caesar say 'Ok apparently was not as clean when making those bombs at he as he could have been as investigators say they were able to trace them back to the fifty six year old Florida. Thanks to his finger CBS news correspondent Jeff gays. That's us video surveillance near a south Florida postal facility to identify say. An electron device was then used opinion track is cell phone leading to his location. It took little over a day from the first fingerprint being detected to say outs arrest. I'm Tom Foty. After earlier refusing to accept any blame for the atmosphere in which are Trump supporters now accused of sending more than a dozen pipebombs two prominent Trump opponents the president did have his own complaint about blame. We have seen an effort by the media in recent hours to use the sinister actions of one individual to score political points against me and. Republican party. At a Charlotte North Carolina Raleigh where Mr. Trump did praise law enforcement for the mail bomb arrest. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. Pentagon chief James Mattis warned Arab leaders that the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi inside the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul. Must concern us all he says, the US does not tolerate what happened failure of any one nation to a dear to international norms and the rule of law undermines regional stability at a time when it is needed. Most at President Trump noted we're going to get to the bottom of data says more measures following the revoking of certain visas of Saudis will continue CBS's Adrienne Bard has the latest on what's happening with that migrant caravan. And in fact, some of them may stay put in Mexico instead of continuing their quest to reach the US. Mexico's president is offering the Central American migrants and option to stay in southern Mexico opinion, yet, though said Mexico is a country that recognizes and values them, he's offering them free medical. Care and schooling as long as they apply for a temporary ID Pinon yet, though has just one more month in office and clearly wants to.
"jeff gays" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Security into a high level meeting. Concerning China or Russia or North Korea or something? This guy goes I don't want a White House official says that was more about frustration than an actual order. Mr. Trump tells KNX J BTV in Fargo, North Dakota that all is. Well, the White House is really doing a great job. We are a I said last night jokingly, but meaning it we are a well oiled machine. Former President Obama is speaking out. Here's CBS's Nancy Cortes, president re entered the political fray in dramatic fashion accusing his successor of stoking racial division. We're supposed to stand up to discrimination. And we're sure as heck supposed to stand up clearly and unequivocally to Nazi sympathizers CBS news update, I'm Peter King. Kmox news time is five thirty two. Former Trump campaign advisor, George popadopoulos has been sentenced to fourteen days in prison for lying to the FBI. The senate's impose yesterday in federal court in Washington. He's the first former campaign aide to be sentenced in special counsel Muller's Russia investigation. CBS news Justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff gays imposed the sentence judge said that there was no evidence to popadopoulos was trying to aid Russia. He said that he lied to the ER in the course of important national security investigation out of. Loyalty to his master or to get a job eight family members who survived a duck boats sinking a table rock lake. If filed a federal lawsuit against the owner and operators of the tourist attraction, the lawsuit filed Thursday in Kansas City on behalf of a mother and daughter from New Mexico. Another daughter from Texas and their families mode dot director hopes to build support for a measure on November ballot aimed at raising millions of dollars for road and bridge repairs. Patrick McKenna was in the Saint Louis area this week for the Missouri highways and transportation commission meeting he took time out to talk about the ballot item and its impact on tax payer stages up. But in in the first year, probably about seventy five cents a dollar a month up to about five dollars a month. When it's when it's at the full ten cents McKenna's says prop dis passage is essential to begin catching up on the eight hundred million dollars backlog of unfunded road and bridge repairs across Missouri. We'll a Florida state football team will pay a special tribute to. Former Seminole today. CBS news correspondent Peter King tells us about the obituaries for actor Burt Reynolds have told the story of how he had to give up football after being injured college Reynolds was a quarterback at Florida State University. And as an actor. He was one of the school's biggest boosters show on the sevens. Take the field today against Sanford. Their helmets will include a tribute to Reynolds, a decal that reads ban. One licensed tag from his transam in smokey and the bandit eastbound and down. Indeed, Peter King CBS news Orlando kmox news time is five thirty four coming up in six minutes. Steve Travis will have the detailed. Forecasts. Let us know just how much rain or in for did. You know that there are twice as many suicides in the US as our our homicides suicide.
Chris Collins, Charlottesville and New York discussed on 24 Hour News
"Police in Charlottesville Virginia balking off streets mobilizing hundreds of officers all because. Of. The, anniversary, of deadly rally last year President, Trump is tweeting about, Charlottesville Virginia one year after a deadly. White supremacist rally there he. Tweeted the riots in Charlottesville a year ago Resulted in senseless death and violence we, must all come together, as a nation I, condemn all types of racism in acts of. Violence peace. To all Americans last year Mr. Trump said there were fine people on both sides of. The protest CBS has Jeff gays with the latest That's seven hundred Virginia. State troopers are part of the heightened security in Charlottesville. Of the city has been locked down cutting. Off all the traffic enforcing pedestrians through two checkpoints all until Monday morning the organizers of. Last year's event are demonstrating in Washington DC tomorrow and counter protests are. Planned
Top State officials visit Cuba, probe "new attacks"
"W CBS news time eight, thirty one CBS news confirmed Snoopy details today about, the. Investigation into attacks, on US diplomats in Cuba you, get more. From, CBS news. Correspondent Steve Dorsey who's been following developments from the start We have some That is. Not Steve Dorsey We'll get to him now Three high level State Department officials have just wrapped up in. Unannounced visit to Havana Cuba it follows a tax on to more diplomats first reported last month and another similar incident at, a, US post in Guangzhou China but so far the US has come up short on what and. Who are behind the attacks Dan Rondi is senior vice president with the center. For strategic and international studies we have to not operate. From a place of denial, this is too. Many attacks it's to purposeful the State Department also confirms it's completed a long awaited report on the case as. It prepares to brief, congress Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington after nearly two months in custody after being headed over to ice agents while delivering, a pizza to fort Hamilton an. Ecuadorian immigrant, is free tonight CBS reporter Steve. Burns says the decision Corrado today's court hearing judge Paul Crotty already seemed a bit skeptical, of the federal government's position asking hearing what the. Harm to, the country is if. Pablo Oh via the censeo uses the. Citizenship process available to him the judge is allowing via that chance now ordering the federal government to release him immediately he, had, been in custody ever since he delivered a pizza to fort Hamilton in early June that was. When a routine background check revealed via was ordered to leave the country in. Two thousand ten you since applied to stay here after. Marrying a US citizen the, couple has two. Young girls Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty President Trump is praising border patrol officers and those from the immigration. And customs enforcement for, their work along the southern border we have some of the worst drug dealers terrorists criminals and MS thirteen gang members, and we're either throwing them the. Hell in, jail or throwing him out of. Our country and ice goes up there and they walk in like it's another day in, the office President Trump's slammed Democrats pushing for the. Abolition of Ice saying those who join such calls are disciples of what he referred, to as very low I q. Person Maxine Waters and house minority leader Nancy Pelosi The. Trump administration, is proposing a twelve billion dollar aid package for America's farmers to help them deal with the escalating trade war between the. US and other countries CBS news White House correspondent, Steven Portnoy I'm Stephen, Portnoy in a, speech in Kansas City the president urged farmers to be patient vowing they'll be the. Biggest beneficiaries of his tariffs just stick with us don't believe. That crap you see from. These people the fake news some of the president's closest allies in congress are rejecting. His, proposal to help farmers South Dakota Senator John thune says it's not the right remedy others have been more critical go further Nebraska's Ben Sasse as Mr. Trump threatens. To make, America nineteen twenty nine again CBS news time eight thirty four CBS news has confirmed with the Wall Street Journal reported earlier today that Russian. Hackers have reached the, control rooms, if you, want utilities CBS news homeland security, and Justice correspondent Jeff gays says investigators believe these hackers. Are connected to the Russian government this is a similar playbook that we've seen. As outlined by US intelligence agencies when they look at the scanning and probing voter databases. In the two thousand sixteen election so in some of those. Cases spearfishing was involved as well, so there are, some similarities here, and of course in those cases it was. A trace back to Russian intelligence federal, officials tell the Wall, Street Journal hackers working for Russia were able to gain access to those control, rooms of electric utilities last year allowing them to cause blackouts Trump ish shutting down her fashion line of dresses shoes and handbags no, more close making for a vodka Trump. The president's daughter says she's made the decision to focus more on her work in the White House and so. She is shutting down, her clothing, company Nordstrom, job Ivanka Trump line last year, and recently Hudson Bay did the same she also attributes. Ethics restrictions as one of the reasons the company was not able to grow. Some of our products will still be sold through places like Amazon until the end of. Licensing agreements with business partners eighteen, people will lose their jobs. Due vodka Trump clothing and jewelry, shutting down.
"jeff gays" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"When the accident happened sixty three mile per hour. Wind gusts are is enough to down trees in some cases can up fruit trees. It can cause damage to roofs such as removing shingles tornadoes have hit central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people. They swept through three different cities. One man walked through Vermeer where cars were piled on top of each other. Nuts all these vehicles are total No deaths have been. Reported President Trump and Russian President Vladimir. Putin may meet again very soon that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki, on Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at. The Aspen security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't. Even know what. The president's disgust here's Jeff. Gays Justice coats was being interviewed the White House announced another meeting this fall between President Trump, and Putin this time in Washington. That's going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary the US is. Currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma, that's eighty percent accurate Peter King reports researchers at Australia's. Edith Cowan university say it's the first. Time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma that in itself is exciting because we've shown that we can, do it researcher Pauline anchor says the new tests eighty. Percent accuracy rate his encouraging and the next step is. To get over. Ninety percent accuracy where we. Feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the idea to increase the certainty before, going forward with a biopsy The earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the. NFL and the union representing players are working to resolve the conflict over the league's national anthem policy a joint, statement says there is. An agreement to not issue any new rules at least for the next few weeks the statement says there has been constructive dialogue between both. Sides and that the confidential talks will continue this is CBS news To experience relief from foot..
World-First Melanoma Blood Test Developed in Australia
"Raider says. The rescue effort was helped by one of the boats passengers It was actually a stone county. Sheriff's deputy on the boat he was in the water rescue and people there was also some of the staff. Brenton leave and trying to help rescue dive team is on the scene the boat was from a company called. Ride the ducks tornadoes have hit. Central Iowa injuring at least seventeen people they swept through three different cities one man walked. Through Vermeer where towers. Of cars, were stacked on top of each other after the storm nuts All these vehicles are total A hospital was also evacuated no deaths have been reported President Trump and Russian President. Vladimir, Putin plan to meet again that's even before lawmakers learn what was said when the leaders met privately in Helsinki on, Monday director of national intelligence Dan Coats spoke at the. Aspen security forum in Colorado he said he doesn't. Even know what. Was said here's Jeff gays just as. Coats was being interviewed today the White House announced another meeting this full between President Trump and, Putin this time in Washington. That's going to be special Coats calls Russia the most aggressive cyber adversary, the US is currently facing Australian scientists say they've developed a blood test for melanoma that's eighty percent accurate CBS news correspondent Peter King researchers at Australia's Edith Cowan university say. It's the first time that auto antibodies have been used to diagnose melanoma dead in itself is exciting because we've, shown that we can. Do it. Researcher Pauline banker says the new tests eighty percent accuracy rate his encouraging the next step is to get over ninety percent. Accuracy where we feel that that point it'll be really clinically very useful the, idea, to increase the certainty before going forward with a biopsy The earlier the diagnosis the better the outcome Peter King CBS news the NFL and, the union representing players. Are working. To resolve the conflict over the league's national anthem policy a joint statement says there's an agreement to not issue any new. Rules at least for the next few.
Michael Cohen believes Trump and his allies are turning on him
"News time is five thirty three during today's briefing with reporters white house press secretary sarah sanders was asked how she felt during today's briefing as a mother about the policy of separating adults seeking to enter the country from their children's she said it's the law of the land but cbs news correspondent paula reid points out the trump administration changed the policy in april even tried to play on the fact that sarah huckabee sanders is a is a mother do you have any empathy do you have any concerns about this policy she wasn't biting she kept falling back on her talking points which were this is the law of the land and they're going to enforce it until democrats do something about it cannot be more clear about this this is a policy decision by the trump administration to approach illegal border crossings as criminal matters house democratic leader nancy pelosi speaker paul ryan bolt spoke on the subject today with pelosi calling the policy barbaric ryan sang it made him uncomfortable and needs to change cbs news has learned president trump's personal attorney michael cohen is feeling increasingly isolated and pressure into the investigation into his personal business dealings cbs news justice in homeland security correspondent jeff gays explains over the last year i've talked michael cohen i've talked to people around him and in most of those conversations they would express how loyal he has been how loyal he is to the president now i'm getting the feeling that that the tide in terms of the attitude in terms perhaps of the legal strategy here has really changed in the tone you're hearing from people close to michael cohen has changed this comes as cohen faces multiple legal troubles and also questions about whether he'll flip and cooperate with the special counsel's investigation tragedy involving a construction worker and a drunk driver on i seventy five in detroit state police lieutenant mike shaw says fifty seven year old david snell from bay city was killed and other had minor injuries after the driver of an suv crashed into their truck the workers were hooking up a trailer and a construction zone on.
"jeff gays" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Please please take a half century later there are still some questions about what took place that night a palestinian immigrants so hanser ham was found guilty of kennedy's murder but for years a number of people have played a second gunman fired the fatal shots now two of the kennedy children including kathleen support a new investigation i think my brother bobby has done a lot of research and he seems to make compelling arguments so i think it should be reopened to see futterman cbs news los angeles all white house contractor charged with attempted murder was arrested by secret service officers tuesday here's cbs news correspondent jeff gays artistes edwards appeared in washington dc courtroom and did not fight extradition to maryland on a charge of attempted murder edwards is charged with shooting the boyfriend of his exgirlfriend on may third in prince george's county maryland some nine miles from the white house two weeks later on may seventeenth police entered an arrest warrant in national crime information database launching a search that database is available to all law enforcement agencies but the secret service says it didn't become aware of the warranty until june fourth the white house released a statement saying that edwards was a temporary employees hired in two thousand seventeen who worked in the national security council they say that he did not attend classified briefings and that is access to the white house was revoked before his arrest jeff gays cbs news washington it was an abrupt cancellation of a long planned event at the white house with the president this inviting super bowl champions the philadelphia eagles from an event tuesday here's correspondent demarco morgan the socalled celebration.
"jeff gays" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Please say that we need a half century later there are still some questions about what took place that night a palestinian immigrants are hanser ham was found guilty of kennedy's murderer but for years number of people have planned a second gunman fired the fatal shots now two of the kennedy children including kathleen support a new investigation i think my brother bobby has done a lot of research and he seems to make compelling arguments so i think it should be reopened see futterman cbs news los angeles all white house contractor charged with attempted murder was arrested by secret service officers tuesday here cbs news correspondent jeff gays artistes edwards appeared in washington dc courtroom and did not fight extradition to maryland on a charge of attempted murder edwards is charged with shooting the boyfriend of his exgirlfriend on may third in prince george's county maryland some nine miles from the white house two weeks later on may seventeenth police entered an arrest warrant in national crime information database launching a search that database is available to all law enforcement agencies but the secret service says it didn't become aware of the warranty until june fourth the white house released a statement saying that edwards was a temporary employees hired in two thousand seventeen who worked in the national security council they say that he did not attend classified briefings and that is access to the white house was revoked before his arrest jeff gays cbs news washington it was an abrupt cancellation of a long planned event at the white house with the president this inviting super bowl champions the philadelphia eagles from an event tuesday here's correspondent demarco morgan the socalled celebration.
Mr Trump, Prime Minister and Justin Trudeau discussed on KNX Programming
"Route today suggests that the leaders are at least talking and and trying to be diplomatic with one another one of those mr trump met with one on one was canadian prime minister justin trudeau very good relationship very special a lot of people wrote a couple of things that weren't a little bit accurate perhaps we little test everyone trae trudeau's taken exception to mr trump's claim the us use of canadian steel and aluminum is some kind of national security threat there are additional criminal charges today against president trump's one time campaign chairman paul manafort also a russian associate who are both accused of obstructing justice is a superseding indictment accusing paul manafort and one of his business associates of essentially tampering with witnesses cbs news justice and homeland security correspondent jeff gays prosecutors say that manafort's associate has ties to russia intelligence us military personnel are still engaged in murky counter terrorism operations in various parts of africa one of those operations turned deadly in somalia on the horn of africa one us commando was killed four others were hurt celebrity chef and tv travel personality anthony bourdain has died apparently took his own life his body was found in france where he was on assignment he was sixty one.
"jeff gays" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Please please a half century later there are still some questions about what took place that night a palestinian immigrants our hands her ham was found guilty of kennedy's murderer but for years a number of people have played a second gunman fired the fatal shots now two of the kennedy children including kathleen support a new investigation i think my brother bobby has done a lot of research they seems to make compelling arguments so i think it should be reopened steve futterman cbs news los angeles all white house contractor charged with attempted murder was arrested by secret service officers tuesday here's cbs news correspondent jeff gays artistes edwards appeared in washington dc courtroom and did not fight extradition to maryland on a charge of attempted murder edwards is charged with shooting the boyfriend of his exgirlfriend on may third in prince george's county maryland some nine miles from the white house two weeks later on may seventeenth police entered an arrest warrant in national crime information database launching a search that database is available to all law enforcement agencies but the secret service says it didn't become aware of the warrant until june fourth the white house released a statement saying that edwards was a temporary employees hired in two thousand seventeen who worked in the national security council they say that he did not attend classified briefings and that is access to the white house was revoked before his arrest jeff gays cbs news washington it was an abrupt cancellation of a long planned event at the white house with the president this inviting super bowl champions the philadelphia eagles from an event tuesday here's correspondent demarco morgan the socalled celebration.
Woman gored in bison attack in Yellowstone National Park
"Kill it it's only his number wait for me to honor in my classroom five years after the young boys death justice i'm just doing my job deputy da john hitomi a father of two young children was emotional was affected everybody including me some of the family members in court wore t shirts with the little boy's picture on them they read justice for gabriel and on the back they read it's not over there are trials now plan for the social workers and their supervisor cbs cake hell nine news reporter amy johnson in downtown la the us embassy in china has sent its second alert in two weeks about unexplained health issues that have prompted the evacuation of a number of government employees working out of a us consulate in the southern city the alert urged americans to seek medical help in the event they suffered any unusual unexplained physical symptoms or events auditory or sensory phenomena or other health concerns the symptoms are similar to those experienced by american diplomats in cuba remember that just two years ago more from cbs news correspondent jeff gays investigators haven't told us much about what they found but they're treating some of the cases in china just as they did some of the cases in cuba keep in mind and cuba there were twenty four people treated in this case so far us officials say one us personnel suffered a medical incident but there are many more who are being looked at the symptoms include hearing loss and cognitive issues a bison has gorda woman at yellowstone national park officials say a crowd got too close to the big animal and who charged the woman suffered a hip injury she's in good condition and lucky she didn't suffer greater harm she was just fifteen feet away from the bison people are supposed to say at least seventy five feet away a bison also rammed and slightly injured a woman in yellowstone early may and earlier this week and elk attacked two women we're going to check out traffic and weather for you in just a couple of minutes it's let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably mold along and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn till people stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn.
"jeff gays" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"White house he had been wanted for weeks for attempted murder now other questions about how he alluded thirties and got that close to the white house here's jeff gays fourteen edwards appeared in the washington dc courtroom today and did not fight extradition maryland on a charge of attempted murder secret service didn't provide much information about edwards who was arrested tuesday while reporting to work as a white house contractor edwards is charged with shooting the boyfriend of his exgirlfriend on may third in prince george's county maryland some nine miles from the white house two weeks later on may seventeenth police entered an arrest warrant in national crime information database launching a search that database is available to all law enforcement agencies but the secret service says it didn't become aware of the warrant until june fourth maryland officials say the warrant was updated that day with new information john erzen is a spokesman for the prince george's county state's attorney why it was not seen by the secret service until june fourth that that's a question that they would have to answer that's not anything that i would have knowledge the white house says not clarified how long edwards worked there or what is job was pentagon officials say that edwards applied in two thousand twelve to be a police officer at the defense intelligence agency but did not complete the training in two thousand fifteen edwards did logistic support at the dia but hasn't worked since in a statement tonight the white house said that edwards was a temporary employee with the national security council last year they say that he didn't attend classified briefings they also say that his access to the white house was revoked before his arrest jeff jeff gays with new details tonight jeff thanks in the phoenix suburb of mesa arizona four officers have been put on paid administrative leave after surveillance video showed them violently beating a man this follows number of incidents in mesa in which the police were accused of excessive force jamie yuccas.
Hawaii volcano: New fissure spits lava in aftermath of Kilauea eruption
"Nine of them fellow students at santa fe high he's in the galveston county jails cbs jeff gay says law enforcement has been looking into his history and his internet footprint have images that suggest that he is a troubled young man and it will raise questions going forward about whether there were any warning signs missed there's been another school shooting this one in jonesboro georgia near atlanta after high school graduation ceremony last night wgc ltv's brittany miller arguments broke out in that lets you have gunshots we have one woman that is confirmed dead we have another person that was shot in the leg and you also hurt that a pregnant woman was trampled during the incident where you're still looking for the shooter or shooters there are new openings for lava from hawaii killilea volcano bad news for about forty homeowners now isolated cbs's mark strassmann is on the big island to new fissures ground cracks bursting with lava remind the big island of the killer whale volcanoes menace this is fisher twenty d a mountain of black lava here churning lava behind it a small reminder of how much volcanic energy lurks beneath the surface zoo saints for the catholic church the vatican says pope francis will elevate martyred salvadoran archbishop oscar romero and pope paul the sixth to.
Creep sent unsolicited packages to girls at elementary school
"Ends have been given to the white house in the whole answers will come in some fashion from president trump cbs jeff gays questions that investigators are at least interested in the president's actions there is a broad range of questions related to whether there was obstruction of justice you know there are questions about the firing of michael flynn the former national security advisor questions about the firing of james komi urban developments at the central american migrant camp that sprung up in mexico right along the us border maria is covering the story air were eleven of the immigrants that were associated with the caravan allegedly were picked up by us customs and border protection within five miles of the border crossing in the united states they had crossed over illegally and now the department of justice has filed charges for illegal entry against those people eight other migrants all women or children were given the chance to file for asylum the justice department says it won't seek the death penalty for them man accused of shooting and killing five people and wounding six others of ford lauderdale airport sixteen months ago some unsolicited care packages have been turning up the homes of dozens of elementary school aged girls in the southeast they contain food and signed letters terrifying i don't won't hurt my fight right now jenna willing hams daughter got one in alabama to know that it wasn't isolated that she wasn't only one and there are lots of girls that he's doing this the person sending them purports to be a fourteen year old new mexico boy who's been bullied but authorities believe they may be originating in houston the government wants a lot of people to share their medical history in the name of science live to cbs's vicki barker why do some people stay healthy and others not the national institutes of health and looking for the answer from one million americans volunteers from all walks of life and in all states of health participants have to agree to share.
"jeff gays" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The city is under cyber attack as internal systems are held hostage the fbi is among the agencies investigating our homeland security correspondent jeff gays has the latest on this jeff jeff so far investigators believe this is what's called a ransomware attack hackers had gained control of several atlanta computer systems essentially holding them hostage lanta has experienced a ransomware cyberattack twelve hours after the ransomware attack again city officials said that they were still trying to determine how widespread the damage is the fbi has been called in to help this attack has encrypted some of the city data however we're still validating the extent of the compromise at about five am written communication from the hackers warned that they had frozen the city's computer systems online bill paying services and some law enforcement data was unavailable usually ransomware hackers demand a payoff city officials did not say today whether that is the case in atlanta the ongoing investigation will determine whether personal information financial or employee data's been compromised jeff began with us what's he getting here is this does seem to be a problem that is growing what what is the number of ransomware attacks across the country has gone up over the last several years usually these hackers target hospital school districts big and small businesses but lately they have had their sights set on local and state governments and it looks like it is the latest victim jeffrey guys thanks a lot it may have been an attempted attack at travis air force base in northern california car loaded with propane tanks ran through the main gate last night we are just getting more details on this tonight and john blackstone has more on what happened military personnel ran up to.
"jeff gays" Discussed on NewsRadio 950 WWJ
"Cbs' jeff gays has the latest on james hutchinson the gunman who died in a exchange of fire with capital police are going to be looking at is social media pages and we've already seen through our research on this topic that they were several comments that he made that were anti trump anti gop in this is something that stretches back weeks and months texas congressman joe barton was on the ball field wants could leeson four others were sean with somebody eight somebody so much did that they would shoot somebody that didn't even know us news chief congressional corresponded nancy court lawmakers are saying pointblank are fake at because this is one of the field lawmakers on capitol hill who have a protective detail most of them have no security says some of them were asking should we have more protection can we use for example our own campaign funds to pay for extra security the annual baseball game between democrats and republicans in congress will go on as scheduled tonight published reports russia investigation special counsel robert muller is asking to speak with top current or former intelligence officials washington post reporter sara horowitz says muller's going to investigate president trump to see if he tried to obstruct justice by firing fbi director james comey wider could be potential whitten traction they're gonna cost about conversation couple had with trump about the rash appro cbs news has not been able to confirm independently that the president is the subject of obstruction of justice investigation search teams spent the night looking for more victims of the london high rise apartment fire yesterday claimed at least a dozen lives fire your commission had done a cotton expects the death toll to rochester they now we all know expecting.
"jeff gays" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Search for answers in russia probe does go well beyond jared kushner here's justice correspondent jeff gays cbs news has learned that the house intelligence committee wants to speak with more than two dozen people as part of its russia investigation on that list michael cohen the president's longtime personal attorney today he refused to cooperate there has not been a single witness document or piece of evidence linking media this fake russian conspiracy he wrote in a statement adding the requests for information were poorly phrased ed overly broad the house intelligence committee is also contacted boris epstein a senior adviser on the trump campaign who worked briefly at the white house epstein's attorney called the request voluntary an added that his client had not been subpoenaed the house and senate investigations are operating in parallel to the investigation being run by former fbi director robert muller that inquiry is now focused on mr trump's son in law jared kushner kushner is under scrutiny for meetings he had with russian ambassador sergei kislyak and the head of a stateowned russian bank sergei gorkov gorkov is close to russian president vladimir putin and was trained by the country's top spy agency according to a former us official kislyak told moscow kushner wanted to set up a secure line of communication with senior kremlin officials kushner did not initially discloses meetings security clearance application adam ship is the top democrat on the house intelligence committee worse there is a question about who with these conversations be concealed from and if it was trying to conceal them from the obama administration of course we wanna know why that was taking place late today former national security advisor michael flynn reportedly agreed to turn over some documents to the senate intelligence committee jeff flake is another top focus of the investigation and initially refused to comply with the committee's subpoenas jeff thank you that his briefing today sean spicer insists that the president and german chancellor angela merkel get along very well but the two leaders themselves on exactly saying that debra powder has more on the frame u s german alliance it was all washed down with a glass of local beer that that did little to take the sting out of the situation german chancellor angela merkel warned that europe must take.