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"Centers of America is an accredited licensed treatment provider and is accepting new patients call today one eight hundred recovery defense attorney WBZ's traffic on the threes very toasty eighty three degrees right now in Boston pretty hot in here for the rest of the day with a mix of sun and clouds highs in the mid eighties showers and thunderstorms reportedly on the way later this afternoon with likely heavy downpours and gusty winds partly cloudy tonight and sticky dropping to sixty six partly sunny tomorrow another humid day scattered showers and thunderstorms high of eighty five much less humid on Monday with some sunshine with a few showers and storms likely going up to about eighty Tuesday mostly cloudy with more rain possible high of seventy four and looks like it mid seventies on Wednesday with possible light showers this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop Hey there good afternoon nineteen a gal here the five things you need to know at one forty five a rally in support of black mothers is under way in Copley square president trump tweeting that he signed an executive order protecting American monuments memorials and statues as states continue to re open the country now seeing a surge in cases of covert nineteen the NBA announcing his eight game season the US intercepting two Russian aircraft near U. S. airspace over Alaska this week NORAD says the planes did not enter American or Canadian air space in the region CBS news national security consultant Jeff McCaslin says that this type of interception is.

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02:07 min | 2 years ago

"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"England colleges have now filed civil rights complaints with the U. S. department of homeland security the students say they were mistreated and illegally denied entry into the country the complaints were filed separately earlier this month by graduate students at southern New Hampshire university Northeastern University as well as Worcester polytechnic institute they follow previous complaints from an Iranian student at northeastern and another at Harvard as well the five students say they were detained for hours and subjected to harsh questioning by federal authorities they say officials wrongly detained they plan on overstayed their temporary visas a temporary truce between the United States and the Taliban has taken a fact setting the stage for the two sides to sign a peace deal next week CBS news military analyst Jeff McCaslin says if the truce takes hold in a piece of assigned that would be viewed as a win for president trump the real question of course is is this simply a means whereby the United States can get its forces out of Afghanistan in color for president trump this will be a major success as he begins his reelection campaign he campaigned on ending ending the endless wars United States got involved with U. S. secretary of state Mike Pompeii says that upon successful implementation of this agreement the United States will move to sign a peace deal with the Taliban on February twenty ninth democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg says he's willing to release some women from NDAs nondisclosure agreements which prevented them from speaking openly about sexual harassment lawsuits that were filed against a former New York City mayor dozens of lawsuits have been filed against Bloomberg company over the last three decades fellow candidate slammed Bloomberg during Wednesday's primary debate for refusing to release women from these NDAs Bloomberg says he will release three of the women if they want to talk about their allegations against him the world's fourth largest bank agree now to pay one of the largest fine ever for consumer fraud more details from reporter Lori Torres heaters announced Wells Fargo will pay three billion dollars.

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US, Afghan forces suffer causalities after enduring direct fire: reports

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US, Afghan forces suffer causalities after enduring direct fire: reports

"Done American and Afghan forces reportedly coming under fire in Afghanistan a US military spokes person said that a combined at U. S. Afghan force was engaged by direct fire CBS news national security consulting Jeff McCaslin the pearl is gonna shoot out involving Afghan American soldiers during a joint operation in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar that has resulted in casualties on both sides some reports suggest as many as six Americans may have been killed in the in this particular shoot out an equal number of Afghans the names of the service members killed in action will not be released until twenty four hours after their families have been

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01:37 min | 2 years ago

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"Can you dreamed of becoming a doctor Andrew what amount due to being part of a community we shot and change their world it'll change your own unbound dot org you microclimate forecast clear and cold overnight study in the morning right now it's cleared forty nine degrees at Lindbergh field and then you got club will kick off its two day championship regatta in la playa cove at ten thirty this morning I'm Iroquois AM seven sixty K. F. M. B. talk and breaking news CBS news update Ron is announced that its military unintentionally shot down a Ukrainian passenger jet earlier this week it's blaming human error after maintaining for days the crash was caused by mechanical issues the plane had one hundred seventy six people from several countries on board all were killed correspondent Elizabeth Palmer is in Tehran insists transparency is not the country strong suit it's unlikely they're going to reveal military secrets in other words really explain who and what was responsible leading up to the decision of this mistaken missile fire but the transparency that they've displayed in owning up to it is absolutely unique and very surprising CBS news military consultant Jeff McCaslin's of those accepting responsibility government military what compensation should be ascribed to the Iranian government the families of those who lost loved ones CBS news update on that paper seven sixteen KFMB picking up winner a travel centers of America with the unit in DC one fifteen dash cam for just seventy nine ninety seven after a ten dollar instant rebate driving a truck.

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

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"Is the nation from the White House Schering major news about the head of the Islamic state last night the United States brought the world's number one terrorist leader to justice Abu Bakar al Baghdadi is dead CBS's Cammy McCormick on the operation president trump said there was a lot of air power overhead but the more than our long flight for the troops was dangerous when they landed they blew holes into the walls of the compound Baghdadi the president said ran into one of the many dead in tunnels of the complex and detonated his suicide vest killing himself and three of his children the president and many of his advisers watched all of this unfold in the situation room the death is not the end of the Islamic state CBS military consultant Jeff McCaslin it has a very large presence in places as far away as Afghanistan in the Philippines as well as potentially up to thirteen or fourteen thousand fighters score the Pentagon at least they may still be in northeastern and eastern Syria as well as northern Iraq California governor Gavin Newsom has declared a statewide emergency mass evacuations in cinema county California have expanded as high winds fanned a wildfire the new mandatory orders extend to parts of Santa Rosa and now include two hundred thousand people cal fires Jonathan fox we have three thousand plus firefighters now out on the line that includes a significant number of air resources your resources will be out there throughout the day we have an air attack officer of higher elevation who's bringing in aircraft when the targets of opportunity present themselves within the realms of wind speed and visibility PGA any is cutting power to more than two and a quarter million people in thirty eight counties to try to prevent more fires cal fires Steve Balmer this fire we know what it's doing we know where it's going to go the problem is is when we have a new start those new starts a we're gonna get are gonna be very problematic they're going to have the same effects as this fire right here the same rate to spread the same spotting potential a man opened fire at an off campus party at Texas a and M. university commerce in Greenville hunt county sheriff Randy Meeks will determine the sixteen people suffered injuries and of those sixteen twelve suffered gunshot wounds and unfortunately turkeys have been for now the city Texas a and M. says four of its students were treated for injuries and released from the hospital police are still searching for the suspect a funeral today for three year old Camille cupcake McKinney in Birmingham Alabama she was kidnapped at a birthday party and found dead Tuesday this is CBS news.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Grade and great to have you all right let's start with this the Saudis laid out their evidence today pointing the finger at around so expand if you could on what they had to say. what they had to say with the examine some of the wreckage of the drone several those did not make it to target so they were recovered and they've taken that figure analysis that the drones were constructed incinerator provided by Saudi Arabia they also suggest in the press conference that it came from the north of Saudi Arabia which seems to be to refute the claims by the Hutu rebel at least indicating that they launched a printer toward the hoop he's control in Yemen no so he did stop short and saying if the weapons were actually laws from Iranian territory they are suggesting some degree at least that so you're that the Iran is accountable because of their support for the who the rebels they're providing such weapons to the duties which by the way they provide him in past the movies have conducted is it sold using drones but nothing this larger sophisticated and you know they were the Iranians are actually responding today with some pretty harsh words saying they'll immediately retaliate and as an alley with Saudi Arabia then how does the Pentagon move forward here. well turning on moves for I hope in some sort of a concerted policy directed by the administration secretary state compare by the way is on his way or should be in Jeddah Saudi Arabia right now meeting with the crown prince of Saudi Arabia another Saudi official to coordinate policy second the president announced that we would impose additional economic sanctions on Iran those unclear to me since we have sanction or on pretty hard what that exactly might mean that we're going to have here in the next few days are you in the General Assembly Rick will convene and close this particular issue will be four front on that particular agenda I think United States fourth after quite a coordinate and see if we can get our allies to more vigorously come in a coordinated effort to isolate the Iranians have retired army colonel Jeff McCaslin thanks for your insights are thank you all right it's one seventeen in Syria prisons they're filled with ISIS fighters whose home countries just don't want them back CBS is Holly Williams had the rare opportunity to visit one of those prisons and was able to speak with an ISIS fighter from Minnesota Abdel Hamid al Mahdi you agree to tell us his story but we cannot know for sure whether he was speaking.

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02:55 min | 2 years ago

"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"One twenty eight an easy ride Waltham up into Peabody routes three in ninety three are good up to the state line and no troubles on route one Mike king WBZ's traffic on the three is and the forecast for the remainder of the night what you see is what you get mostly cloudy the humid weather is back with us temperatures in the mid sixties tomorrow morning clouds giving way to some sun on the plus inside seventy five to eighty partly cloudy tomorrow night mid fifties away from the coast flows sixties in downtown Boston and Thursday and Friday couple nice day is sunny highs both days about seventy five downtown eighty inland mid seventies on the beaches right now in Boston we have mostly cloudy and seventy seven degrees this is WBZ news radio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good evening on the five things you need to know at seven fifteen street flooding and up to three inches of rain hit Nantucket out today that says there are consistently dangerous levels of contamination at beaches along the state's coastline state Supreme Court rules in Newton District Court judge can be paid while she fights federal charges for allegedly helping an immigrant avoid arrest two jail guards placed on administrative leave the warden of the prison where Jeffrey at steam killed himself temporarily reassigned the U. S. and Taliban maybe close to a deal after months of negotiations WBZ is Laurie Kirby speaks with retired army colonel Jeff McCaslin a national security consultant for CBS The New York Times three hours ago the United States and the Taliban are near a deal al Jizerou one day ago U. S. Taliban talks and without deal who's telling the truth but a bit of both certainly these talks or moving along towards a conclusion that being said normally negotiations collapsed ten yards if you will all the most difficult ten yards coming down to the base issues which are really three fold one is scheduled withdrawal of U. S. and other NATO forces from Afghanistan to in return the Taliban have promising and guaranteeing that they will not allow okay is there to be a staging area for all Qaeda ISIS rather groups to conduct terrorist attacks against the U. S. our allies number three in perhaps the toughest some agreement by the Taliban to conduct direct negotiations with the government in Kabul using number three I thought renouncing al Qaeda might be the more difficult one but number three why is that the hardest to achieve do you think throughout the efforts to have negotiations we have tried to get the Taliban to agree to allow the Afghan government has been in power now for eighteen years three part of the process they have rejected that and said that in fact that the government is a puppet of the United States etcetera and refused to talk to in any form even an informal discussions clearly we have to keep.

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"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

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"CBS news military consultant Jeff McCaslin this is about patriotism it's not about nationalism and toilet Emerica military does need to swagger they know they're the best military around there has been no accounting of what the event will cost the National Park Service is diverting a couple million dollars to pay for some of it it costs tens of thousands in our for military flyovers CBS news update I'm ready to let Michigan congressman Justin Amash says he's leaving the Republican Party and president trump says it's great news for the Republican Party the president tweeted that Ammash's one of the dumbest in most disloyal men in Congress and that he couldn't get the nomination to run again in the great state of Michigan Amash said he's declaring his independence in rejecting partisan loyalties he argues that partisan rhetoric is dividing and de humanizing the nation and that there can be something better than the two party system today is a day to celebrate America's independence from many that celebration includes alcohol in July is one of the worst times of the year when it comes to drunk driving but as ABC's Pete combs reports Georgia may have found a solution actional highway traffic safety administration reports more people die in do you why crashes in July than in any other month of the year but Allen pool at the governor's office of highway safety says July highway does in Georgia are on the decline thanks to ride shares like uber and lift that has helped a lot as stateroom the country set of July fourth do you why checkpoints Georgia reports only one do you why fertility this time last year and that was down from six the year before he calms ABC news Atlanta its follow eight let's get some business news from Bloomberg it has been a tough year for America's farmers wet weather in the Midwest has stunted existing crop think of farmers from planting new ones U. S. trying to trade tensions have wait on crop sales and Kansas city fed says lending to farmers has dried up Ernie Gosta professor of business at Omaha Creighton University says of the Midwest it's not growing economically like the rest of the country department of there's never a good time of course for flooding but this was a specially bad time for flooding with the great issues going on between the US and China Farmington last year with about half of the one hundred twenty three billion dollars they on June twenty thirteen but farmers to make it through this year do you have something going for them next year the price of corn has surged and god says one thing farmers are good at is hoping for the best there is Italy some optimism and farmers are optimistic with the bankers are also optimistic and hopeful hopefully we'll see an outcome this positive corny Donahoe Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio it's twelve OO nine the red Sox will try to get back on the winning track against Toronto tonight we have sports coming up is your driveway or parking lot looking worn out call the experts at Xcel paving the professional staff will insure the job is done right in on time no matter how big or small the job call excel paving for a free estimate at nine seven eight seven six two.

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03:12 min | 3 years ago

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"American service members have been killed during an operation in Afghanistan. Nato officials say the Americans were killed while conducting it operation on Friday. So far, no names have been released the battle against the Taliban, Ben continuing, and I spoke to CBS military analyst and former army Colonel Jeff mccaslin about what is still going on in Afghanistan. Many Americans forget that they're still now fourteen thousand troops in Afghanistan war continues on impact. Our Afghan army colleagues and allies are taking higher levels of Chas league. All that anytime real concern kenniston taking recruiting soldiers, replace those are losing on the battlefield isn't part of the plan. I mean, the part of the plan is to have the Afghans takeover in the US not be so much in harm's way anymore. But are we still knee deep in it? Because the the Afghans are fully trained yet. Or what is the situation there? Deepen in a couple of ways one or truly in terms of training, organizing equipping Afghans horses. So second of all the Kentucky counterterrorism operations against any almost twelve. Kaieda? And then Thirdly, of course, providing close air support and aerial evacuation is the Afghan air force has. Access to helicopters is very very minimal. That is a former army Colonel Jeff McCoy talking about what's going on inside Afghanistan. The president's son-in-law Jared Kushner is being accused of using a private messaging college conduct official White House business ABC's. Lana Zak has the details from Washington and Trump says he wasn't aware that his aide and son-in-law Jared Kushner had been accused of using what's apt to conduct official White House business. I think about it. I've never heard that. I've never heard about congressman Elijah Cummings says that he was told by Kushner's lawyer that the president's aid was using the private messaging app, which raises concerns about violations of the federal records. Act Cummings has requested additional information. But claims that the White House is stonewalling him. Lana Zak ABC news, Washington. Republicans who want to see President Trump challenged in twenty twenty Maryland governor, Larry HOGAN Doron, but one of Hogan's prominent friends is not on board with that idea. Former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who's on a book tour made a stop in Maryland and paid a visit to his friend governor Larry HOGAN, he said HOGAN running for president at least right now seems like a bad idea. I don't see political path for challenging the president and the primary praised Hogan's political skills. Larry has an extraordinary future as a leader for party. He called HOGAN, a practical leader who is capable of bringing people together. Nikai Nellie ABC news four thirty eight. We are done for another week on Wall Street. At least we got the weekend to recover from this. Tracy jonky is at Bloomberg looking at some pretty miserable Friday numbers. Ben Wall Street and hasn't had a day this bad since the year began the Dow is down four hundred sixty points. Nasdaq down one hundred ninety six the s&p down fifty four points. Investors were spooked by reports of economic weakness in Europe and Asia when lift goes public as soon as next week, it's making the NASDAQ it's home Uber is said to be angling for the new York Stock Exchange and Pinterest has just applied to list on the NYSE when filing its IPO paperwork Pinterest reveal.

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02:54 min | 3 years ago

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"They don't come much bigger or more stupid than joining a terrorist group. Anton, destroying America. She's also accused of personally inciting attacks against Americans CBS's, Charlie Dagda reporting from Syria. Meantime in official with the US backed forces fighting ISIS in eastern Syria says some five hundred people including fighters have surrendered and evacuated the last area in Syria held by those groups two hundred more people are expected to evacuate. The village of bogus later today. Witnesses say dozens of men women and children climbed hills on foot never seen getting into small trucks after they were searched by the fighters pressure is being kept up away from the evacuation corridor to prevent fighters from infiltrating or sabotaging that area ten forty seven and both the US and North Korea are now offering up ex excuses about why last week's summit in Hanoi came to a screeching halt, President Trump says he couldn't continue as the north insisted on a full. Lifting of sanctions. But the north says they only asked for partial sanctions to be lifted in exchange for shutting down nuclear complex WBZ's. Ben Parker spoke with retired army Colonel Jeff McCausland, and then asked him what we can expect over the next few weeks. The president would like to have the ghost cheeses continue using his emissaries Steve biggest boost seemed to accept what's called a freeze for freeze that being the North Koreans seem to have indicated they will not conducted any more nuclear tests will always missile tests in the United States immediately. After the summit concluded announced today in South Korea would not conduct the joint military operations that the military exercises. They do every spring. North Korea had insisted upon say, this was very provocative. But if we didn't have an agreement with North Korea. I mean, everybody walked away from the table saying, well, we got nothing. Why would we give in on these exercises? Those those have been traditionally well, first of all something that's that's gone on regularly. And and important, I would guess to to the US and south career and making sure they're strong over there. They are very important because one thing people understand is our truce rotate through South Korea. Holy a one year tour, so they're operational radio's can pull away pretty quickly. Conducting exercises. Now, the Pentagon is saying, well, we're small exercises that will survive, frankly has some doubts about that. But the president has said prior to the summit that the one thing he was most concerned about was no more testing, it appears quid pro quo for normal tests by the North Koreans was especially the exercise CBS's military analysts. Jeff mccaslin on the path to denuclearization in North Korea. Oman protesting is planned out in California over the police killing of Stefan Clark. He was shot last March his grandmother's backyard. Prosecutors have now declined to charge the officers involved in his death decision. Ignited protests outside the police department.

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02:34 min | 3 years ago

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"Extensive face-to-face talks in a five star Hanoi hotel. President Trump said Kim Jong UN's offer was simply not good enough to give up America's leverage secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the Goshi Gatien's with north on their nuclear program will resume quickly. He told reporters aboard his plane that the team will get back to work tomorrow, though. No, no meetings have been scheduled Israel's security general. Has decided to recommend indicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on corruption charges. The decision to recommend that indictment comes after more than two years of investigations and deliberations, there is an election in Israel in about six weeks Netanyahu is seeking a fourth term. He is called the allegations against him. Baseless Pakistan's military says it shot down to Indian warplanes in the disputed region of Kashmir and captured a pilot an encounter that follows an airstrike a day earlier by Indian aircraft inside Pakistan all of this has been raising tensions between the nuclear-armed rivals. I spoke to CBS military analyst retired Colonel Jeff mccaslin about whether there's a real threat things could escalate absolutely I mean, I have conducted a whole series of high level negotiations with very very senior Indian military officers and diplomats as well as from Pakistan, I visited both countries it is the most in some ways heavily armed border on the planet reliable that between north and South Korea and routinely. We see artillery and mortar fire cross that line of control on a good day. Oh, by the way. Of course, this crisis that has intensified and four civilians have been killed in artillery exchanges in the last couple of days. But it will be interesting now is the so-called third move. We've had to moves one move in the aircraft attack Pakistan, Pakistan aircraft respond now both sides are satisfied their honor. And they can go back into the respect corners things might be escalate, but if one side should decide to move further than this crisis could spiral at that point. It's anyone's guess where my decision by Pakistan's prime minister to release that captured Indian pilot is being called a peace gesture to eight we get a check on Wall Street and business now Tracy junkies at Bloomberg either, Tracy. Hi, there bad no trade deal with China. No nuclear deal with North Korea. And no worries relatively speaking. On Wall Street, the Dow is down thirty five points, the NASDAQ is down two points. And so is the SNP, but it's not bad considering everything happening in the world and the world of business. Our economy's growth slowed late last year GDP growth was at two point six percent. Now, it's actually better than economists expected thanks to greater business spending and solid consumer spending..

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

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"Thursday morning. I'm Ben Parker. Good morning. Top stories now troubles on the mass. Turnpike's concrete fell from an overpass in framingham. Some vehicle switch truck fair lawmakers sat a little more than a week now to get a deal done in Washington to prevent a second government shutdown a group of Democrats, including Senator Ed Markey, pushing for what they are calling a green new deal plans to be announced today in Washington. The army is in the process of ramping up its fitness exam. As peace talks ramp up in Afghanistan. There are plenty of questions about the prospects for peace. I talked to CBS's Jeff mccaslin military analyst he's optimistic about the future of the country. We have perhaps the best opportunity for peace. So you had a long period of time. The president he talked about the state of your remarks. We talked about, you know, endless wars that we should now. Try for peace after the longest war or history. Now. Poaching nineteen particular years, we have an ongoing conference between the Taliban and representatives from Afghanistan. Moscow trying to move in that direction, but representatives at that conference have said a discussion about the pull out of American forces in return for sure by the Taliban. They would not allowed organizations that's an Al Qaeda or others to plan organize and equip attacks on the United States using Afghan soil in future. But still ticker conferences, not at all involved in government. He's been isolated in these negotiations in bear very concerned that frankly, the United States is probably gonna go see Asians is seeking to depart. And we'll leave them in the lurch after US forces have been withdrawn Iran appears to an attempted a second satellite lodge despite criticism from the US that space program helps to develop ballistic missiles, though, Rando not immediately acknowledged such a launch satellite. Images released today suggest otherwise those images by digital globe in Colorado show, a rocket space center in Iran's Semnan province earlier this week images from yesterday show, the rocket was gone, and what appear to be burn marks on the launch pad was not immediately clear if that satellite if launched did make it into orbit the US alleges any such lodge would defy UN Security Council. Resolution calling on Iran to undertake no activity related to ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons, the men charged with abducting, Wisconsin teenager, Jamie Clawson, and killing. Her parents appeared in court yesterday. Jake Patterson's father, Patrick in an exclusive interview with ABC says he's sorry for everything that happened and asked people to pray for the close family..

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02:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Your news WBZ News Radio. On that piper. He's apologized, but it's not enough for people on both sides of the aisle who think for Judas democrat governor should resign. The W C P at least four twenty twenty democratic hopefuls for president Planned Parenthood and the Virginia GOP or calling for it. Correspondent Jim Krasula tells us why democratic Virginia governor Ralph Northam has issued a social media video that photo and the racist and offensive attitudes. It represents does not reflect that person. I am today. North of calls for him to resign after admitting that he appears in a photo Patas nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook page that shows a person and black face at another wearing a Ku Klux Klan, Robin Hood. He earlier admitted he was in the photo wearing a costume quote that is clearly racist and offensive, but he did not say which costume. He was wearing with Chris, cillizza? Bs news house speaker Nancy Pelosi said there will be no wall money in any border security deal while President Trump's. Says she is doing the nation a disservice. Face the nation hosted Margaret Brennan sat down with Mr. Trump Friday and says he sounded as if he has given up negotiating with Democrats and is considering calling a national emergency at the border from Republicans. Have I've spoken to a lot of them cautioned, the president not to take this route because they see it as a move that would get tangled in the courts and also lend Democrats a talking point on the campaign trail to say look what the president's doing is legally dubious funding for parts of the government runs out in less than two weeks. The United States says it is exiting a landmark Cold War nuclear missile treaty, due to purported violations by Russia, which is warned of a new arms race in Europe. More from CBS news military consultant, Jeff mccaslin. This new missile is in violation. According to the United States of that agreement because the Russians have tested between those particular ranges, and therefore is in violation of the treaty and poses a threat to Europe Cairo radio Heather Bosch as a measles outbreak in wash. Washington state has left forty-three people sick. If you're not that's an naked stay home in Clark county, where the bulk of the measles cases are the health departments listed fifteen schools and daycares where there's a risk of exposure any student or staff who can't prove they've had the disease or the shots are being required to stay away. Pediatrician Bethsheba measles is so contagious. If your child is not vaccinated and is exposed to measles will get measles. It's practically guaranteed the vast majority of people sickened in the outbreak. Our children in the southwest part of the state who were not vaccinated powerful storm is heading for California four inches of rain expected in some parts thousands have been evacuated. This is CBS news..

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

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"It's finger lickin. Good police are trying to track down a parolee from San Diego who fled from an officer during an attempted traffic. Stop Scientology safari is accused of driving away from a bike officer who tried to pull him over for a traffic violation in downtown Los Angeles yesterday, the Padres could be pursuing superstar free agent Bryce Harper. The team reportedly sat down with the outfielder in his hometown of Las Vegas yesterday. It's currently. Partly cloudy and sixty one at Lindbergh field am seven sixty talk and breaking news more. Mark Larson facts. CBS news update. The United States will officially withdraw from the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty with Russia effective tomorrow CBS's. Steven Portnoy has more on the IMF treaty. The nineteen eighty-seven agreements struck by Ronald Reagan, and Mikhail Gorbachev ban short and intermediate range ground-based nuclear missiles, like the person to which the US wants deployed across Europe. But the Trump administration says Russia has been violating the IMF treaty with the deployment of a ground-based cruise missile. And now, it's pulling the US out. This move has been expected for months, even as Moscow has denied the American claim CBS news military consultant, Jeff mccaslin. The United States is urging Russia to come back in compliance over the next six months, which would require them destroy all these new nine AM seven twenty nine missiles, they've developed appears to me that it's very unlikely to occur as discussions about. This has been going on for a number of years. Critics of the move fear that withdrawing from the treaty strengthens Russia's hand CBS news update. I'm. Bill rakoff. Coming up today on the Brentwood herbal show. We'll get you all the latest from the big news of breaks overnight. And we're gonna talk with Kyle casket four twenty about a very worthy project. Stick around for that. Show.

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04:31 min | 3 years ago

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"And democratic leaders planning separate votes this week on their plans to reopen. The government thirty three days though into the shutdown. There is not an expectation. They will pass a national commission on the military and public service is set to release an interim report on how to get more Americans involved numbers down for military, recruitment, CBS military analyst and former army Colonel Jeff mccaslin told me about some of the reasons for a lower amount of potential servicemembers. The widespread study being done to trying to encourage young people to join it suggest some very interesting things four out of ten Americans never even considered the possibility of joining the US military. Secondly, it shows that a high percentage of those serving the military come from families of people who had served in the military. So it's kinda stays and that sort of small segment of the population day. Of course, the United States is at war for seventeen years. And that obviously is how has. Away on the minds of not only young people, but their parents and those who influence on the third thinking about joining the military last lasts lease and I've seen it throughout my career. When the US economy is doing very very well. And there are opportunities on the outside in public life for people to seek employment. Then the military will often find it difficult to recruit people Brexit uncertainty growing by the day as we look across the pond that is leaving some British lawmakers. Scrambling the prime minister pitching the same failed plan and with time rapidly running out in the house of Commons are working on amendments to Theresa May's proposal one option to remove a no deal alka international trade secretary, Liam Fox doesn't like that that we put our efforts into trying to get an agreement. Then let's face it, some people trying to thought Brexit altogether as latest plan. We'll be voted on again in parliament on Tuesday as well proposed amendments, Tom rivers ABC news, London. Pope Francis says fear of migration is making us. Crazy. The pope was asked by reporters about the president's proposed border wall is he began a trip to Panama for World Youth Day Francis has made the plight of migrants and refugees a cornerstone of his papacy most famously calling for bridges not walls after celebrating mass in two thousand sixteen on the Mexican side of the US border. Heated outs. Anyone who wants to build a wall to keep out migrants? Says not Christian three upstate New York met will appear in court today dancer chargers they planned attacks on Muslims. CBS's? Anna Warner is in Islamabad with the focus of the group's plant assault. Really? He doesn't smoke drink or take drugs. You know? He's a good kid and. It's just I'd never knew something like this could happen. April colony twenty year old son. Brian is one of the three men arrested accused of plotting an attack Brian along with eighteen year old Andrew Chris L and nineteen year old Vincent veteran mealy all face charges of weapons possession and conspiracy. A sixteen year old was also charged as a minor police say the men and one sixteen year old had a mash, Twenty-three firearms and three explosive devices. The man suspected of killing five people in a shooting at a Maryland newspaper has been given extra time to consider an insanity plea. Jared Ramos now has until March modify his not guilty. Plea five people were shot death in the capital gazette newsroom in June of two thousand eighteen Ramos was indicted on twenty three charges in the attack including murder and his trial is set for this June eleven nineteen nineteen eighty s movie about a group of Connecticut, working girls might be headed to the stage. I had to eat four slices of pizza onstage at each performance. More than ten years after NBC's thirty. Spoof to the movie rocker, Melissa Ethridge is working on a musical adaptation of mystic pizza. Slinging pizza for the rest of nineteen eighty eight film turned out to be Julia Roberts steppingstone to start. The play is being produced by lively, McCabe entertainment. Now, we're on plans to take mystic pizza. Broadway. Rodriguez CBS news prize winner, author and humorist Russell baker's died Pulitzer for his columns in the New York Times and moved to television as a host of masterpiece theatre Baker died at his Virginia home the cause of death complications from a fall. Russell Baker was ninety three and the public school teachers back on the job today after a six-day strike, hundreds of the Los Angeles schools are now back to normal after teachers ratified a contract deal hammered out in marathon bargaining session over the weekend. The new deal includes a six percent pay hike as well. As a promise to reduce class sizes over the next four years. There's always traffic's heavy as you make your way from main street. There's always traffic eastbound you've.

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"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Will pass getting ready for the game inside Atlanta's Mercedes Benz stadium. The end zones of now the painted with the names of the patriots. The Rams team logos being spread throughout ahead of the game. On February third. It'll be at least the end of next month before an American accused of spying in Russia gets out from behind bars. This is a curious case, espionage and terrorism sort of wrapped into one I spoke at CBS military analyst and retired. Army Colonel Jeff because Lynn about the spy game now taking place Louis guy, Paul Whalen, who is a former marine was picked up by the Russian security force. So the twenty eight to sever in his possession was a flash drive, which he claimed was photographed churches and further tourist information the Russians claimed that it actually had a list of employees of a highly sensitive a Russian secured. Agency, Waylon has been handed this take your flash five by another person. His attorney says it will knows who this person is they did not reveal that. And of course, the Russians claim that this guy was caught red-handed as a spy for the United States out of the realm of possibility that that they would be setting Waylon op so that we could do some kind of exchange for somebody. We have. I mean, this is this is like beyond JAMES BOND stuff. Really? Yeah. There is some suggestion that they picked this guy up in their planet on this guy and tried to do this now to get an exchange for this young woman who was picked up by the United States. FBI for trying to influence the NRA and several political figures to to support policies ever favorable towards the Russians and there might be torn exchange. Some also suggested it might be a response where the Russians to US sanctions and those on by the United States on Russia for a couple of their agents, killing these this guy in in the United Kingdom using chemical weapons on a doorknob. Retired army Colonel Jeff mccaslin. Now, CBS military analysts local Sam may want you but not too many Americans want to serve under Sam these days. Corresponding Cami McCormick. With more on government efforts to change that veterans make up only ten percent of the population and four and ten young Americans say, they have never even considered military service, and the gap between the military and general public is widening part of that might be due to the portrayal of the military in movies and on the internet and not only is recruitment low, but many young Americans don't qualify for. Military service did of their weight drug use or criminal records. This panel is also looking at the possibility of requiring every young American to complete a period of public service military or otherwise a federal judge in Maryland now hearing testimony for a trial involving the Trump administration's edition of a citizenship question on the twenty twenty cents is a different judges already blocked the plan. Former US census bureau director, John Thompson was the first plaintiff's witness for the spent trial other plaintiffs include residents of Arizona, Florida, Nevada in Texas a trial began a week after a federal judge in New York ruled that commerce secretary Wilbur Ross acted in an arbitrary and capricious manner before deciding to add that citizenship questioned. The Justice department is appealing that ruling. There's another trial that began earlier this month in San Francisco in a separate lawsuit over the same issue that was filed by the state of California. A criminal complaint is filed against California man, accused of using Instagram to harass and intimidate the families have students killed in the mass shooting at stoneman Douglas high school in Florida last year. Brandin flurry allegedly began the taunts last month using different accounts, which were traced to an IP address in Santa Ana California where flurry lives was arrested last week. And FBI special agent says the suspect showed no remorse when questioned and admitted to a fascination with the shooting that killed seventeen people a date with a judge in Manhattan today for actor Alec Baldwin Alec Baldwin back in court for allegedly punching a man over parking spot last November numerous home in Greenwich Village. The sixty year old actor is known not just for his movies, and for playing President Trump on SNL, but for a hair trigger temper that's gotten him in trouble before but Baldwin's lawyers say he's innocent. And that a video turned over to thirties will back it up. Sara Lee Kessler NBC, News Radio New York. It is ten twenty on WBZ. Doug cope. WBZ cares. This month. We're profiling Rosie's place in Boston, providing a safe and nurturing environment for women in need. Heather Wong runs the women's craft cooperative at Rosie's place. So I hire women from our community to come work with us for a year. And during that year show them how to make the jewelry that we create as part of our fundraising efforts. And it's a nice way to either kind of ease back into the workforce. Or gain some confidence by Susan is one of the women in the craft cooperative. The program is definitely we introduced me to be back into the creative world.

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"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The threes in Boston right now. Sunny and seventeen a high today twenty eight and then some snow moving in overnight, especially toward daybreak an inch or two it in many areas. A second storm moving in for the rest of the weekend. Look forward to move in Saturday afternoon into Sunday evening. Vice President Mike Pence says facing criticism this morning for comments he made shortly after an attack on troops in Syria at least nineteen or dead among them for Americans. We're bringing our troops hall. The caliphate has crumbled, and ISIS has been defeated. Now was the vice president speaking to a crowd of ambassadors in Washington. Isis claimed responsibility for it appeared to be the work of a suicide bomber one of those criticizing the vice president is CBS news national security consultant. Retired army Colonel Jeff mccaslin docking. The vice president would make that statement in the aftermath of a number of young Americans. Japan killed by attack suicide bomber which was claimed by ISIS and at the same time, the United States still conducting hundreds of air strikes against ISIS targets in both Syria and Iraq, the bombing killed two US soldiers at American contractor and a US intelligence expert as well as many Syrians, it comes less than a month after President Trump declared. He was pulling out u s forces and that ISIS had been defeated eight thirty six NBA star NS Kanter, the New York Knicks missing a trip team trip to London caused by death threats from the Turkish government. Prosecutors in Turkey accused cantor of being a member of a terrorist group and ev- issued an international warrant for his arrest. We have more from CBS's Steve over Meyer. Knicks trip to London has been.

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"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jeff mccaslin" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are now starting to hold rallies to call attention to their current situation frustration growing not only for the passengers that didn't have to wait longer. But also for the employees who are directly impacted is affecting. Disaffected me alone. It's affecting other workers factories. It's affecting everyone and the national air traffic controllers association. Also, speaking out today, local members will be here at Logan airport passing out informational pamphlets. And speaking with passengers there is growing concern in Washington about the upcoming state of the union address and homeland security secretary Kerstin Nielsen says her department as well as the secret service are fully prepared to support and secure the address house speaker Nancy Pelosi has asked President Trump to postponent. Vice President Mike Pence is facing criticism this morning for comments that he made shortly after an attack on troops in Syria. At least nineteen are dead this morning among them for American. We're bringing our troops hall. The caliphate has crumbled, and ISIS has been defeated VP. Speaking to a crowd of ambassadors in Washington, ISIS, claiming responsibility. For what appeared to be the work of a suicide bomber one of those criticizing the vice president is CBS news national security consultant retired army Colonel Jeff mccaslin. Jocking? The vice president would make that statement in the aftermath of a number of young Americans being killed by you d attacks suicide bomber which was claimed by ISIS and at the same time, the United States still conducting hundreds of air strikes against ISIS targets in both Syria and Iraq the bombing killed two s yo two US soldiers and two civilians as when as as well as many Syrians seven oh two at Boston's NewsRadio about eighty four hours until kickoff between the patriots and the chiefs never too late for a countdown clock right problem for Foxborough area. Business owners, though is the game is in Kansas City more on that from WBZ's Chris pharma as the patriots prepare for this weekend's championship game in Kansas City, local restaurants and shops along route.

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