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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WTOP

"Unfounded claims of voter fraud in his loss to Joe Biden, CBS to Stephen Portnoy. The traditional wreath laying at Arlington Cemetery on this dreary, rainy Veterans Day in Washington will serve as one of the outgoing presidents last official ceremonial acts. It also serves as his first public appearance other than on his golf course since he told reporters last Thursday that he won the election. Mr Trump continues to tweet that he's preparing to win in states where he has lost to President elect bite Mr Biden's transition teams getting no help from the Trump administration, and that means no access to key information. CBS News analyst Fran Townsend was part of the Bush to Obama hand off how much effort and energy that gets put into the transition preparation. Really is a signal from the top from the president himself. And so I am concerned about the national security implications. White House correspondent Paula Read. There is this sort of red wall forming around him and his efforts to undermine the election. Republicans were refusing to acknowledge President elect Joe Biden the campaign the White House. They're keeping a list of all the people who weren't supporting the president. You're saying all these folks come out now, even when privately, advisers say Look, we know mathematically, it's unlikely that this is gonna work out. Republicans now have 50 seats in the U. S Senate with winds by incumbents Thom Tillis in North Carolina and Dan Sullivan in Alaska. Democrats have 48 with the two in Georgia up for a runoff vote in January. Ah, full hand recount of the overall votes taking place in Georgia. Records keep falling by the day as the covert crisis gets worse in this country. CBS's Jenna Champollion, Wisconsin's governor, has issued a new stay at home Advisory and Iowa's governor announced a mask requirements for the first time there and get this in North Dakota healthcare workers who have tested positive for the virus. But who are asymptomatic can return to work because they need those people so badly overseas Armistice Armistice Day in Britain marking the end of World War, CBS's Vicki Barker says it's been affected by the pandemic Special Service marking 100 years since Britain's unknown warrior was laid to rest in a place of honor in.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:01 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"President Trump Prematurely declares he want I'll tell you. I looked at the numbers. I said Whoa, and Joe Biden jumps the gun, saying he's on track to win. We feel good about where we are. Really? Neither is there yet to the polls. Republican pollster Frank Lunch says the political polling profession is done. Elegiac CEOs. It is devastating for my industry. And a third thing. The counting thie 2020 vote on WCBS presidential races, depending on the results of five states, and they are Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin. Those five states have a combined four million votes that still need to be counted four million votes, and that could make all the difference. CBS News director of election and surveys Anthony Salvato, what's going on now in Wisconsin. 89% of what we expect to be. The total amount of about 3.6 million have been counted. But almost 400,000 still yet to be counted. Then do the same thing in Michigan, Okay? Number in 80% 1.1 million still to be counted and I'll give you one more for good measure. Look at Pennsylvania only 75% counted 1.79. So that's the story. We're still waiting for Elections officials to tally up everything that we know has been counted out of Michigan. President Trump has the lead. About 30,000 votes, but there are hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots still not counted. CBS News correspondent Jenna Champollion is in that battleground state, Michigan governor and secretary of State are assuring us that every vote will be counted right now. Several 100,000 votes in the state are outstanding. That is very crucial for Joe Biden because many of them come from right here in the Detroit area, and they're believed to be Democratic votes, something that could flip this state blue. The Michigan Secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson, told CNN last hour. At a much more complete picture of the state's results should be out by the end of the day.

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Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

02:01 min | 4 months ago

US election in balance as battleground states count votes

"President Trump Prematurely declares he want I'll tell you. I looked at the numbers. I said Whoa, and Joe Biden jumps the gun, saying he's on track to win. We feel good about where we are. Really? Neither is there yet to the polls. Republican pollster Frank Lunch says the political polling profession is done. Elegiac CEOs. It is devastating for my industry. And a third thing. The counting thie 2020 vote on WCBS presidential races, depending on the results of five states, and they are Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin. Those five states have a combined four million votes that still need to be counted four million votes, and that could make all the difference. CBS News director of election and surveys Anthony Salvato, what's going on now in Wisconsin. 89% of what we expect to be. The total amount of about 3.6 million have been counted. But almost 400,000 still yet to be counted. Then do the same thing in Michigan, Okay? Number in 80% 1.1 million still to be counted and I'll give you one more for good measure. Look at Pennsylvania only 75% counted 1.79. So that's the story. We're still waiting for Elections officials to tally up everything that we know has been counted out of Michigan. President Trump has the lead. About 30,000 votes, but there are hundreds of thousands of absentee ballots still not counted. CBS News correspondent Jenna Champollion is in that battleground state, Michigan governor and secretary of State are assuring us that every vote will be counted right now. Several 100,000 votes in the state are outstanding. That is very crucial for Joe Biden because many of them come from right here in the Detroit area, and they're believed to be Democratic votes, something that could flip this state blue. The Michigan Secretary of state, Jocelyn Benson, told CNN last hour. At a much more complete picture of the state's results should be out by the end of the day.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Tabulator for the night. They said that all those employees been working hard, very laboriously going through all the ballots since six o'clock this morning have sent them home. It's not gonna happen. Tonight. In fact, they have on ly tabulated 49% of the vote here in Fulham County and again for county is the most consequential county of all in the state of Georgia. In terms of raw numbers, 20 electoral votes are still up for grabs in Pennsylvania. CBS's Jurika Duncan is in Philadelphia. We're told by city officials that they will be counting Throughout the night. Now I can tell you that those city officials, many of them seemed very tired right now, As you can imagine. My understanding is that they are breaking up some of the ships. But the reason for all of the ballot counting is because you have more than 2.5 million Pennsylvanians who voted by mail this year. This was the first time this was ableto happen because of a law that was passed in 2019. The results are also still pending in the battleground state of Michigan, CBS Jenna Champollion, So they originally predicted Thursday or Friday to have everything counted. Now they're saying that they've had so few problems. I expect have all ballots counted day off an absentee ballots in the next 24 hours. No matter the outcome of the election. The US will leave the Paris climate accord Wednesday. CBS's Pamela Fog, the 2015 climate accord that committed countries to whole global warming, with voluntary commitments will continue, but with a lot less significance if it doesn't have the United States in, but the election will determine if the U. S joins again in January since former vice president Biden said he is committed to reenter the deal. The U. S. Is the only country to.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:44 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Old 50 states right now, CBS News estimates Joe Biden has 187 electoral votes President Trump 136. But many key states are still undecided, including Florida, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Arizona. In some states that may take a while before we know who wins. CBS's Jenna Champollion is in Michigan. We are at Ford Field in Detroit. This is a vote collection center, and it's very busy right now. 16 electoral votes at stake as we know This state have the slimmest margin of victory for President Trump in 2016 less than 11,000 votes, and we just heard an update from the secretary of state and what she is telling us. Is that her prediction her original prediction that all votes will be counted by November. 6 is now not outdated that they will now have all votes counted within the next 24 hours. CBS's John Dickerson says. Mr Trump is doing better in Ohio, then four years ago, and that could spill over to other rust Belt states. He increased the share of those voters. So they were 43% the electric in Ohio in 2016 there 53% according to the exit point tonight, and he did better 35 points. He won the by tonight. He only won by 30 points in 2016. So that's what you want to do is you want to grow and do better? It's still not clear who will control the U. S. Senate CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman. Live continuous coverage of the general election. This is election. 2020 on news radio's 7 81 5.9 FM W. B B M, the latest tally in several key races in Chicago Land two congressional races. We've been keeping an eye on In the 14th congressional district. A real nail biter Republican Jim over Weiss's leading Democratic incumbent, Lauren Underwood, 50.4 to 49.6%. We have 83% of the precincts reporting in the sixth Congressional District Democratic incumbent Sean Cast in 52% Republican Jeannie Ives 46% with 47% of the vote in Graduated income tax amendments 74% of precincts around the state 54% No 46%. Yes, Opponents of the measure are saying it has lost. Cook County State's attorney Democratic incumbent, Kim Foxx, beaten Republican challenger Patrick O'Brien. Supreme Court Justice Thomas Kilbride appears to have lost his bid for retention, falling just short of the 60% of votes needed to keep his seat on the state's highest court. Updated results found Anne Tommy click on there being updated moment by moment it w BBM news radio dot com Slash election. We've also been keeping an eye on a critical vote in northwest Indiana. W BB EMS Rick Greg joining us live with the latest on that Francisco voters in the Gary Indiana Community School Corporation District seemed to have approved a tax hike that would raise more than $71 million over the next eight years. With 92% of precincts in 60% of the voters have said Yes, a margin of about 4000 votes that school district covers about 4000 students. But back in 2017, it had fallen into a $22 million budget hole. An outside management team cut the deficit to $6 million and now Intends to use the extra money approved by the hike to not only get out of the hole but to give teachers their first raises in a dozen years. Greg News radio What a 5.0 w BB EMS political editor Craig Del Amore is here, along with political analyst Andy Shaw. Fellas. Let's talk about these poles. Here in Arizona, it was thought to be a nail biter. It now looks like a solid Joe Biden win on the flipside, Florida thought to be close. In fact, polls show the president losing to Joe Biden in these last days in Florida. However, it appears as though the president is going to win Florida Craig will begin with you. I mean, kind of a challenge here in the polling in many respects is not able to really tell us what's going on. I know. I saw one comment on on Twitter earlier this evening That says that political polling is big is in the place where weather forecasting was 50 years ago, which is not very good. I think it has to do more with the fact that people don't talk first off the people don't talk to pollsters with his much honesty is they may have in the past. They people now have an agenda, but also that I don't think the pollsters get to all of the people that they need to. I don't think they are able to reach as many people with cell phones they want as many people who I just live different lifestyle. So if I don't think they are as good as they think they are, you know, a lot of the Poles were pretty pretty good. But if you look at the way things shake down at the end of the election, all eight of the battleground states to Trump won in 2016. Showed by leading in the polls in the last week, and North Carolina goes to Trump Florida goes to trump taxes goes to Trump. The point being that maybe he's right. Maybe the people came out today to vote came out in enormous numbers and eclipse the early voting. It's a little unclear because we have to come a lot of votes still in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin love thee. Mail in ballots. But I think that Craig's got a point there. It's polling is getting complicated and you really need to discount with the polls say. When you're within a few points because all of those states showed by leading and he's gonna lose a big majority of them, and that's going to make this thing. A nail biter until all the votes accounted something, Craig, Where do we go then? Because polls on by many of you, me and they don't matter. The vote is all that matters. But we get that polling throughout the A year, and I think that often sue's people's minds. You know, they want to go with the winner. I think I think it does. But I think this goes back to what Carol Marines said to us earlier in the evening, and that is that we have to do better education for people to understand what really means something and what is frankly, you know, entertainment. Or at least informing but is not decisive. I think we just have to do a better job of reporting. These Poles of the people understand that this is a snapshot. It is not Necessarily a predictor of the future. Thanks so much. Craig del Amore Andy Shaw will talk to you more in just a bit, and we'll give you the latest from CBS News on a very tight national picture special with the presidential race. Check the traffic and weather together is well. It's 11 27 that that's the sound of NyQuil..

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Chicago begins the process of making a beloved Pilsen neighborhood church, a landmark and more Texans have already voted early than in the entire 2016 election. The latest coming up from CBS News business, The market's air down the Dow is down. 332 points that as doctors down 308 the S and P 500 down 55 AC you other, says sunshine, a few clouds quite chilly today. And a high of 45 37 degrees at O'Hare 38 at Midway, 38 lakefront. Now CBS News covers the world at 11 O'clock. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and four days till Election Day, President Trump and Joe Biden hit the Midwest for campaign stops early voting in Texas has now topped the total vote in that state four years ago. CBS is Jenna Champollion is in Houston. Voters are turning out in record numbers this year. Texans in general are pretty fed up, but it's young Texans driving the historic surge. 21 year old Jacqueline Harold is voting for the first time We have to work as a team to really push what we want to happen. Harrell is among more than a million voters under the age of 30, shattering records for early voting in Texas. This is actually my first time voting. I usually haven't found it as important as I do this here, the Lone Star State has added on Lt's two million voters in the last four years, largely young and Latino and more likely to vote. Democratic White House official Eliza for us Is the president. Zeroing in on his final argument is closing message is going to be the economic message coming out of the pandemic. Who's the best person position to rebuild this economy? CBS's CAMI McCormick has the latest on the election security. The Department of Homeland Security is mounting its largest.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"There in 2016 latest coming up from CBS News w BB in business was down for 170 points Recipe Down 67th as deck down 322 points Beautiful sunshine blue skies in Chicagoland heading to Ah, higher 45 degrees today. No rain in the forecast the next few days. Right now it's 34 degrees. CBS News. It's 10 O'clock. Thiss is CBS News on the hour sponsored by Rocket Mortgage. I'm Steve Cave and four days before Election Day in early voting in Texas has already topped the total turnout in that state in 2016 more than nine million CBS is Jenna Champollion is in Harris County, home to Houston, where there are now 8 24 hour polling sites. Charlie Bonner is with the nonpartisan group Move Texas mobilizing the sometimes underrepresented youth vote. We also saw the resurgence of black Lives matter movement this summer that is mobilized so many young people. The Lone Star State has added almost two million voters in the last four years. They're largely young and Latino and more likely to vote. Democrat political scientist Larry Sabato says. The early vote popularity in an increasing number of states has changed the game. We don't have Election day we have election season and will probably never go back on President Trump's stumps today in three Midwest states. Joe Biden's heading that way, too. Not concerned. We're gonna be in Iowa. We're going in Wisconsin, so I thought I'd stop in Minnesota. I don't take anything for granted. We're gonna work for every single vote the last minute. Caitlin.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"It's seven o'clock swing state showdown. We're going to win Florida it's over. Virus shatters daily record. The numbers are stunning in the wake of the storm playing up the yard, preparing food outside. Good morning. I'm Steve Cave in with the CBS World News Round up four days to go. It's the homestretch for the presidential campaign. CBS's Ed O'Keefe says. President Trump and Joe Biden are hitting the states that could make or break the election host a Florida the president and Joe Biden and rallied their supporters in Tampa, Florida, Tampa's part of the critical central Florida corridor that often decides statewide elections. Donald Trump just at a super spreader event. Here again. We're spending more than just Corona virus. He's spreading division and discord. You know, the bottom line is you're gonna get better. You're gonna get better. If I could get better. Anybody can get better. Biden had to cut his temp of and short God bless you all because of the rain while the president was forced to postpone a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, due to high winds and rain left over from Tropical Storm Zeta. Early voting numbers have been off the charts. CBS's Jenna Champollion says Texas numbers now topped the entire vote total. In that state in 2016. Houston, voters are turning out in record numbers this year. Texans in general are pretty fed up with how things have been, but it's young Texans driving the historic surge. 21 year old Jacqueline Harold is voting for the first.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:32 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"In the wake of the storm playing at the yard, preparing food outside Good morning. I'm Steve Cave in with the CBS World News Round up four days to go. It's the homestretch for the presidential campaign. CBS's Ed O'Keefe says. President Trump and Joe Biden are hitting the states that could make or break the election host a thie president and Joe Biden and rally their supporters in Tampa, Florida campus, part of the critical Central Florida corridor that often decides statewide elections, Donald Trump just at a super spreader event. Here again. We're spending more than just a corona virus. He's spreading division and discord. You know the bottom line. You're gonna get better. You're gonna get better. If I could get better. Anybody can get better. Biden had to cut his temp of and short God bless you all because of the rain, while the president was forced to postpone a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, due to high winds and rain left over from tropical storms, Ava Early voting numbers have been off the charts, CBS's Jenna Champollion says. In Texas, more than 8.5 million votes have been cast 95% of the 2016 total. Houston voters are turning out in record numbers this year. Texans in general are pretty fed up with how things have been, but it's young Texans driving the historic surge. 21 year old Jacqueline Harold is voting for the first time We have to work as a team to really push what we want to happen. Carol is among more than a million Voters under the age of 30, shattering records for early voting in Texas. This is actually.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You win Florida go. It's over. Virus shatters daily Record numbers are stunning in the wake of the storm playing up the yard Preparing food outside. Good morning. I'm Steve Cave in with the CBS World News Round up four days to go. It's the homestretch for the presidential campaign. CBS's Ed O'Keefe says President Trump and Joe Biden are hitting the states that could make or break the election. Our host a thie president and Joe Biden and rallied their supporters in Tampa, Florida. Tampa is part of the critical central Florida corridor that often decides statewide elections. Donald Trump just at a super spreader event here again. Spending more than just Corona virus. He's spreading division and discord. You know the bottom line, so you're gonna get better. You're going to get better. If I could get better. Anybody can get better. Biden had to cut his temp of and short God bless you all because of the rain, while the president was forced to postpone a rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina, due to high winds and rain left over from Tropical Storm Zeta. Early voting numbers have been off the charts. CBS's Jenna Champollion says in Texas, more than 8.5 million votes have been cast. 95% of the 2016 total. Houston voters are turning out in record numbers this year. Texans in general are pretty fed up with how things have been, but it's young Texans driving the historic surge. 21 year old Jacqueline Harrell is voting for the first time We have to work as a team to really push what we want to happen. Carol is among more than a million voters under the age of 30. Shattering records for early voting in Texas. This is actually my first time voting. I usually haven't really found it as important as I do this here. The Lone Star State has added almost two million voters in the last four years. They're largely young and Latino and more likely to vote Democrat the pandemic numbers air concerning the US set a new daily record with more than 90,000 new cases yesterday. You're a bit more than nine million infections in this country now. CBS's Dr David Vegas these air grim milestones, which.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Shooting frustration is wall into the top. We're sick child. Good morning. I'm Steve Cave. And with the CBS World News Round up to major tropical storms are on the move, and the Gulf Coast is in the bull's eye for both this woman in New Orleans is worried. I just feel afraid I will lose my house and I don't have anywhere to go right now, especially with the fire's WCBS TV forecaster Lonnie Quinn is watching Marco and Laura. The storms are about 100 miles apart, Marco is in the process of weakening is going to get weaker with each passing hour. Modest winds. Form search could be 2 to 4 Ft. However, it's prime in the area and for the second storm, which is Laura, which will come in with much bigger winds, much bigger storm surge. We're looking here at possibly land for one or two days later, CBS's Jenna Champollion says. Laura has been a deadly and destructive storm rushing water, overtaking the streets of Haiti fresh everywhere. Bodies of victims laid out along the side of a road thief Storm slammed the Dominican Republic flooding as far as the eye can see. More than a million lost power phone's ruined more lives lost now to Northern California, where the struggle is onto control major wildfires that have been blamed for at least seven deaths. CBS's Jonathan Vaguely Adi fast moving flames raging out of control. The fires are so relentless, they wiped out trees in California's oldest state park, home to famous redwoods. Some 2500 years old firefighters used a break in the weather to try to gain ground but forecast calling for 65 mile per hour winds. And dry lightning threatens to spark new fires Just hours before the start of the Republican National Convention came word President Trump is losing a trusted advisor. Here's White House correspondent Paula Read. Kellyanne Conway said she would step down this month to focus on her family. She has been one of the president's staunchest defenders. This president's more in 47 months, and Joe Biden did in 47 years. Her husband, George Conway, said he will also step away from his role with the anti Trump Republican Group. The link In project.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:14 min | 6 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Shooting frustration is wall into the top. We're sick child. Good morning. I'm Steve Cave with the CBS World News Round up to major tropical storms are on the move, and the Gulf Coast is in the bull's eye for both. This woman in New Orleans is worried. I just feel afraid I will lose my house. And I don't have anywhere to go right now, especially with the fire's WCBS TV forecaster Lonnie Quinn is watching Marco and Laura. The storms are about 100 miles apart, Marco is in the process of weakening is going to get weaker with each passing hour. Modest winds. Storm surge could be 2 to 4 FT. However, it's prime in the area and with second storm, which is Laura, which will come in with much bigger wins much bigger storm surge. We're looking here at possibly land for one or two days later, CBS's Jenna Champollion says. Laura has been a deadly and destroyed. Active storm rushing water, overtaking the streets of Haiti, fresh everywhere bodies of victims laid out along the side of a road. The storm slammed the Dominican Republic flooding as far as the eye can see. More than a million lost power phone's ruined more lives now to Northern California, where the struggle is on to control major wildfires that have been blamed for at least six deaths. CBS's Jonathan vaguely on fast moving flames raging out of control. The fires are so relentless, they wiped out trees in California's oldest state park, home to famous redwoods. Some 2500 years old firefighters used a break in the weather to try to gain ground forecast calling for 65 mile per hour winds. And dry lightning threatens to spark new fires Just hours before the start of the Republican National Convention came word President Trump is losing a trusted advisor. Here's White House correspondent Paula Read. Kellyanne Conway said she would step down this month to focus on her family. She's been one of the president's staunchest defenders. This president's more in 47 months and Joe Biden did in 47 years. Her husband, George Conway, said he will also step away from his role with the anti Trump Republican Group. The link In project.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"CBS is Steve Futterman reports. Kellyanne Conway came on board the Trump campaign in August 2016 and she stayed with Mr Trump when he moved into the White House. She was outspoken at times in 2017 talking about alternative facts. You're saying it's a falsehood, and they're giving Sean Spicer, our press secretary gave Alternative facts to that. Now she is leaving for family reasons. Conway says she and her husband, George, are both making changes to spend more time with their Children. In her statement, Conway says she is grateful to President Trump. Steve Futterman CBS NEWS The FDA is giving emergency approval for the use of convalescent plasma to treat some covert 19 patients. This is a Powerful therapy. Transfused is very, very strong antibodies from the blood of recovered patients to help treat patients battling a current infection. But CBS medical consultant Dr David Egas tempers the president's enthusiasm somewhat. It's been trying in over 70,000 patients as part of an expanded access program led by Mayo Clinic here in the United States. And the data are showing some benefit, although it's not clear in a randomized way that it's making people live longer or better, necessarily. The Gulf Coast is trying to reason with hurricane season is not one but two tropical storms move closer to land. CBS's Jenna Champollion reports dangerous and unprecedented situation for a wide swath of the Gulf Coast and they are getting ready by ordering mandatory evacuations. In some of the most vulnerable, low lying areas. In addition, oil producers are shutting down some offshore rigs, cruise air cleaning drains and pumping drainage canals. There's a run on supplies. High winds and more. Lightning, meanwhile, are expected in Northern California through Monday, as crews battle those wildfires in the region. Unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, tonight is a man was shot by police officer Grant for that family regardless of the situation. Bystander video shows. The man identified by the governor's office has Jacob Blake being shot as he leaned into an SUV. Zach Rodriguez is a Kenosha County.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"News on the hour? Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave, and the Pentagon has just moved to effectively Ban Confederate flags at military institutions. Officials say The order was written in a way to not collide with President Trump's views. CBS is Steven Porter. In a CBS News interview this week, President Trump said he sees displays of the Confederate flag. As exercises of freedom of speech with me, It's freedom of speech. Very simple, like it don't like it. It's freedom of speech, and he denied the notion that the flag of the Confederacy is a painful reminder of slavery. I know people that like the Confederate flag, and they're not thinking about slavery. The US set a new high yesterday with 77,000 Corona virus cases in Texas deaths set a new record 1 29 CBS is Jenna Champollion has more on the Lone Star State's hospital. Crunch shrinks are so dire that people are being recess appear on stretchers and always Dr Ivan Melinda's paints a picture of a health care system in chaos as beds. Philip. I was a flight surgeon in the Iraq war, but it's very different when the person that you're putting in a body bag. Is your next door neighbor for 50 years, your mama's best friend, Dr Melendez, who also recovered from Cove, It says emotions run high for patients, their loved ones and the doctors and nurses on the front lines. You know, I think you can imagine that always cry everyday. In Washington, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is expressing optimism about a new pandemic aid plan. I think we'll definitely have another package will start the negotiations next week..

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:33 min | 8 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"This is CBS News on the hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave, and the Pentagon has just moved to effectively Ban Confederate flags at military institutions. Officials say the order was written in a way to not collide with President Trump's views. CBS is Steven Porter. In a CBS News interview this week, President Trump said he sees displays of the Confederate flag. As exercises of freedom of speech with me, It's freedom of speech. Very simple, like it don't like it. It's freedom of speech, and he denied the notion that the flag of the Confederacy is a painful reminder of slavery. I know people that like the Confederate flag, and then I'm thinking about slavery. The US set a new high yesterday with 77,000 Corona virus cases in Texas deaths set a new record 1 29 CBS is Jenna Champollion has more on the Lone Star State's hospital crunch thinks are so dire that people are being recess appear on stretchers. And always Dr Ivan Melendez paints a picture of a health care system in chaos as beds. Philip. I was a flight surgeon in the Iraq war, but it's very different when the person that you're putting in a body bag. Is your next door neighbor for 50 years. Your mom's best friend, Dr. Melendez, who also recovered from Kobe says emotions run high for patients, their loved ones and the doctors and nurses on the front lines. You know, I think you can imagine that always cry everyday. In Washington, Treasury Secretary Mnuchin is expressing optimism about a new pandemic aid plan. I think we'll definitely have another package will start the negotiations next week..

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:34 min | 8 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"With Florida, adding over 100,000 cases in just two weeks, Hospital officials are worried about staffing and supply shortages. It hospitals across the state. In two weeks, the number of virus cases has doubled to more than 200,000 in Texas. CBS's Jenna Champollion spoke to a nurse in the state who got sick. Patty Peterson is a single mom to two girls. The 29 year old nurse tested positive for covert June 26th. She's been in a critical care unit since last week hurt just like someone stabbing you and you haven't been able to see your daughters have you know I haven't seen him since July 2nd big facetime me every day crying. Morning when you coming home, Mommy Peterson doesn't know how or where she got Corona virus but is now one of almost 8700 Texans hospitalized with the disease. CBS's Dr John Mapuche has spoken with some of the scientists who now say virus particles can spread farther than six feet indoors and remain in the air. When we call for sneeze, larger, airborne droplets containing virus can travel usually up to about six feet. But smaller particles can be admitted simply by talking or singing and can go much farther and linger in the air for hours. They don't fall to the ground in 60 and they can remain in the air for hours and potentially infectious for hours. What would you like the W H o to do acknowledge that The risk goes beyond six feet. Dr. Don Milton co wrote the letter signed by nearly 240 scientists from around the world. How certain are you that aerosols or playing a significant role in the transmission of Copan, 19 pass a 6 to 8 feet. You look at the restaurant outbreak in Guang Zhou several bus outbreaks in China, and it's clear that one person could infect people over much more than Six feet. Atlanta Mayor Key show Lance Bottoms says she's tested positive for the virus but has shown no symptoms. In California. The state capitals been closed by an outbreak for workers in the assembly testing positive. And an assemblywoman says she was exposed to someone with the virus. The EPA is approved the use of Lysol disinfectant spray against the virus, but officials warn the product should not be ingested. Now to Bloomington, Indiana, where local black civil rights activist box Booker claims a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to get a new suit. Let him go after he and his friends ended up on private property during a lake visit over the July 4th weekend, they yelled, Leave Leave. Leave the boy with us. I.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:42 min | 8 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"D'oh, 8 80 Well, it's kind of like a Friday Today, daily virus cases hit a new record in the state where they're closing it for good reason doubt about Russian bounty. I think it's a hoax by the newspapers and the Democrats. Ah, Ah Stone wall comes down in Richmond, They were losers. They don't need to be celebrated. Good morning. I'm Steve K Thin with the CBS World News Round up For the first time the U. S has topped 50,000 Corona virus cases in a single day. Latest sign the pandemic that's gripped the nation for months is not letting up. Our coverage begins in California with CBS's Carter Evans. We were able to bend the curve in the state of California. We're gonna bend this curve. Again. California Governor Gavin Newsom is shutting down indoor service at bars, restaurants, wineries and movie theatres in 19 of California's 58 counties, affecting nearly 3/4 of the states, 40 million residents in the last two weeks Corona virus cases in California are up more than 48%. Covad related deaths and hospitalizations in Arizona hit all time highs Wednesday with a record of more than 4800 new Corona virus cases and the virus is tearing apart the families of people like Leslie Lopez. They should have never reopened, knowing that there's still a pandemic going on. Lopez lost her husband, Basilio last Thursday, she says At one point his fever got as high as 100 Eight degrees, not a Texas CBS. Jenna Champollion says some hospitals, air straining is more seriously ill virus patients seek treatment. What do you sing in the emergency room right now? Wear.

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"jenna champollion" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

05:53 min | 8 months ago

"jenna champollion" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It's seven o'clock new virus milestone. The rate of increase is quite enormous. Right now alleged Russian plot to target US troops The president tweeted nobody briefed her told me Mississippi turning. We need to have a flag. It is unifying. Good morning. I'm Steve Cave in with the CBS World News Roundup. We begin the week with new pandemic milestones. 10 million Corona virus cases globally, 500,000 deaths, quarter of them in the U. S. And in this country, the last four days have seen the largest increases in cases. So far, At least 13 states have halted reopening plans. Our coverage begins in Texas with CBS's Jenna Champollion to stop the surge. Restaurants across the state can only be a 50% capacity starting today, Texas Governor Greg Abbott now saying. He regrets opening so early we need to understand. The Kobe, 19 has taken a very swift and very dangerous turn a dire warning after new Corona virus cases had almost 6000 in one day in California Governor Gavin Newsom is also scaling back the state's reopening after a surgeon cases there. He's ordered bars in seven counties to close immediately and in Florida, CBS's Manuel Bohorquez, There's no doubt that the explanation, Miami Mayor Francis Warren says. All options are on the table, including another stay at home order as his city racist to contain a surge in Corona virus cases, concerns over irresponsible behavior, let officials in Miami Dade and Broward counties to close the beaches over the Fourth of July weekend hospitalizations are up more than 50% in Miami Dade County from last week. And the 14 day average rate of positive tests is more than 16%. Statewide. The rate of positivity is roughly 12% and climbing vice president Pence was AH masked man When he visited Texas yesterday, he took it off to deliver a message where I'm asked wherever it's indicated President Trump has shunned masks and mixed messaging fromthe White House about them. Has left state officials to chart their own course in Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson is against state action He was on a bee sees this week. We're not going to pass a mandate that is unenforceable. 60 minutes investigation finds the Trump Administration allow the market to be flooded with faulty virus tests. Even after being warned about the problem. Robert Castagna spent half a $1,000,000 buying covert tests for his to Laredo, Texas clinics. There was a minimum buy and then minimum buy was 20,000 kits. But when Laredo's Director Hector Gonzalez tested the kits. He kept getting different results. We said, Did we do this right and went back through our steps, and we were confident that we did things correctly. That's when he learned, but FDA had never checked. The Trump Administration continue to push the tests. Even after you countries at the W. H O itself issued warnings that they're unreliable. At the time. The FDA crackdown last month hundreds of millions of bad tests were already on the market. Vicki Barker CBS News White House correspondent, Ben Tracey has the latest on what President Trump is now saying about a controversial report that has some in Congress promising an investigation after the New York Times reported that Russians tried to pay Taliban linked fighters to kill US troops in Afghanistan. President says he was never briefed on the matter on Twitter. Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney asked why the president wasn't briefed and what is being done to protect our forces and hold Putin accountable. Democrats are asking the same thing. This is totally outrageous. You would think that the minute the president heard of that he would want to know more instead of denying that he knew anything. In a late night tweet. The president said the intelligence officials didn't brief him because they did not find this info to be credible. Mr. Trump suggested the story was a hoax. Yesterday, President Trump Retweeted a video showing an apparent supporter, chanting White power at a Florida retirement community alone. Black Republican in the U. S. Senate, South Carolina's Tim Scott announced it on face the nation and on CNN. The entire thing was offensive. Certainly the Comment about the white power was offensive. There's no question I mean, we could play politics with it, or we can't. I'm not going to think is indefensible. We should take it down. It was later deleted, and the White House said the president did not hear that statement. 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