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Dangerous coal ash being brought to mainland U.S.

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Dangerous coal ash being brought to mainland U.S.

"CBS news investigation finds thousands of tons of dangerous coal ash are being brought into the mainland US this comes as the trump administration weakens regulations on coal plants coal ash is a leftover material from burning coal and is linked to cancer and other diseases CBS news track to the massive payload being shipped from Puerto Rico to in Jacksonville Florida CBS news chief investigative correspondent Jim Axelrod has been following this Americans have felt the impacts of coal ash for decades studies show can be harmful to both people and the environment the eighty S. corporation is transporting coal last one landfill in the mainland United

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"48 Hours" Live to Tell": Standoff at Trader Joe's

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:49 sec | 8 months ago

"48 Hours" Live to Tell": Standoff at Trader Joe's

"The hostage incident in an LA trader Joe's in the summer of twenty eighteen is a nightmare that some people are still living it started when a gunman shot his grandmother and girlfriend in south LA and then led police on a wild pursuit that ended at the market a police shooting ensued one of the stores managers was killed in the crossfire now some are telling their story to CBS's forty eight hours including one who helped get the man to finally surrendered to police here's CBS correspondent Jim Axelrod talking to ask unix there are still people who were trapped inside this trader Joe's who are talking about what happened the events of this all these months later as a way to get to get rid of the traumatic after effects it is still quite a forty eight hour standoff at trader Joe's airs tonight on CBS too at ten

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:21 min | 9 months ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Wanted everyone to know they're on it but CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod says many people didn't hear it the way it was intended is not someone else everyone in South the whole point of south Dakota's anti next campaign I'm on is to raise awareness I am on it too strictly speaking job well done I think it's pretty out there it's pretty intense like math I'm guessing but if you look a little closer at the kind of awareness the mass I'm on a campaign is generating maybe they want to re define success because a lot of people don't hear this I'm not so as a call to arms but rather as a sad confession one math which is Wendy trending twittersphere ridicule like just imagine the lines that were rejected or is there an actual plan behind this the error didn't hit the bull's eye the arrow went flying over the top my goal runs written to T. shin Dr the crisis PR firm in New York he disputes the old adage that all publicity is good publicity if you're trending on Twitter not with excellence of awareness of educating those who are in crisis your trending on Twitter because you missed the mark and you're a laughing stock time to eat some humble pie it's time to change but that's not the strategy by the governor or the firm that signed the nearly one point four million dollar contract to produce and distribute the ad they say the end is doing its job which is to solicit lots reaction Jim absolute James Axelrod reporting this morning case CBS news time for thirty eight let's check on traffic and weather together and here's all subjective the Tracy commute is starting to ease up a little bit west bound to all five you're backed up just a little bit before eleven stream that continues on to five AT the Altamont piles up actually in that split area just before the two oh five merged and it continues to about north full and runs a little bit busier than normal westbound eighty four in the Pleasanton it's an all region between valis ito's wrote in little valley road it is tending to slow down I'm seeing a decent amount of brake lights looking at the bay bridge toll plaza I can see that the left side of in terms of cash things is looking a little bit better than that right side right side is already piling up beyond the parking lot and fast track is moving at the limit once.

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South Dakota's anti-meth campaign gets mixed reviews

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

01:40 min | 9 months ago

South Dakota's anti-meth campaign gets mixed reviews

"Is not someone else it's everyone in South Dakota and we need everyone to get on I'm on I'm on the two nine there they are they say I'm on it and everyone apparently in some of the code is on math so they put this out and it's an anti math campaign as people wondering is it the right message for example let's see Kay on Twitter wrote thanks for making us out the Koreans look like the meth heads of the states another person Ryan knight on Twitter south Dakota's anti meth campaign slogan sounds ridiculous at first math we're on it but it's actually working because we're all talking about the problem of math in South Dakota now NBC did a story on this another this is CBS CBS this story on this when they say not all publicity is good publicity the that's true that's true because now everyone's looking at this and sure they realize there is a problem there that is being addressed like any other state in the United States there's a many opioid issues even here in Saint Louis what about the problem were on math that maybe that's not the right message in a state work eighty three percent of drug related court cases deal with nephews South Dakota wanted everyone to know that they're on it well Jim Axelrod reports the problem is a lot of people didn't hear it the way it was intended I'm on it I'm I'm math I'm not it's mass probably not the right way to put what was the old Chapelle show where the guys like as the guy yeah he's like scratch himself is like putting crack and peanut butter sandwich what was that but you know he's basically that yet Tyrone begins

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"48 Hours" investigates the murder of Heather Bogle

Pat Farnack

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"48 Hours" investigates the murder of Heather Bogle

"After clocking out of her shift at a world he'll pull plant in Sandusky county Ohio a young single mom named heather Bogle simply disappeared so began a year long investigation in which the lead detective tampered with evidence as he doggedly pursued three innocent people while the real killer walked free before it was all over the detective would find himself behind bars of forty eight hours correspondent Jim Axelrod is joining us live now with a preview of tomorrow night's forty eight hours so Jim why did heather goaded Daniel Myers home as it turns out that morning after she got off work well Pat heather was having a real tough go of it in life she was our twenty year old single mother she had recently broken out a long term relationship she also I was having some sort of fighting with family members about her brother it's center some sort of texts which she found hurtful about her inability to pass the licensing exams for in a nursing career they they choose to open a personal so on one hand you have that part of the story which is very sad and tragic the murder is just so brutal and horrendous and on the other hand you viewers I think will will look at this sort of bad cop this the Sean o'connell this detective who really blind leave focused in on three people despite the evidence that suggested that the investigation should proceed other places that that may in rage some viewers who a lot going on in this hour tomorrow night what was his problem did he have some sort of connection to the case or was he just a bad apple bad bad is absolutely the underpinning of the entire hour and forty eight hours tonight why why was this bad cop pursuing this this agenda it's either ambition or it's incompetence or perhaps it's

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Sandy Hook Promise releases gut-wrenching school shooting PSA

KNX Evening News

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Sandy Hook Promise releases gut-wrenching school shooting PSA

"A new PSA was released by sandy hook promise a group that wants to make sure kids stay safe in schools correspondent Jim Axelrod it's a hard watch it's a hard watch by design absolutely by design parents need to have that emotional gut punch a nonprofit founded by families of those killed at new town their goal was to shock Nicole Hockley son Dylan was among the twenty six victims this is what kids are experiencing today and that's why we have to take action okay told this is PSA was divorced from politics they keeping kids safe it's not a partisan issue there's already signs we may be in for a nasty flu season the H. three N. two flu strain dominated Australia's flu season where winter has just ended and what happens in the southern hemisphere could be an indication as to what happens up here last week a four year old California child died after testing positive for the flu the child did have underlying health issues Matt Piper CBS news.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Was best known for her role as Rhoda Morgenstern the Mary Tyler Moore show on CBS she turned eighteen last week Jim Axelrod sat Valerie Harper's deals on the screen is that for many of her fans she was our she was I don't know why I am putting in my mouth she just apply it directly to my kids on the Mary Tyler Moore show nothing Rhoda was funny because she was a scale for yeah analyze trying to feeling like a loser but somehow we Broadway and movies like the lab my name is successful starting in nineteen seventy which what is the story for you it was also the most inspired the courageous way our yes years ago this month she announced winners six more years for the day and providing go along with all those given us on her wedding day to jail there you go Valerie Harper it's a well done piece yeah I like that they they have really great.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

"A little bit we trusted them to take care of doubt and the family of sergeant make German is the first to file a wrongful death claim which really brought this issue into the public spotlight more than a year after the government investigation into this began that is Natalie brand Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's account got hacked and the hackers said racist and vulgar tweets to four point two million followers some of the tweets were up for about thirty minutes before Twitter took them down Twitter suspended accounts of the hacker or hackers retweeted while they had control of Dorsey's account and the incident comes as Dorsey in Twitter officials promised to improve the health and civility of discourse on the social media service meanwhile immigration officers can now create fictitious social media accounts to monitor information on foreigners who are seeking visas green cards and citizenship homeland security reverse to prior ban officers creating fake profiles officials said in a statement that fake accounts and identities will make it easier for investigators to search for potential evidence of fraud or security concerns as they decide whether to allow someone entry into the United States I loved actress Valerie Harper has died of cancer at the age of eighty we have two reports this morning on Harper's career her health battle and her strength and courage first CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod why look that way I never go to a Paul Newman movie the highest praise for Valerie Harper's skill on screen is that for many of her fans she wasn't Valerie.

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Building Giant Magellan, the world's largest telescope

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Building Giant Magellan, the world's largest telescope

"Giant Magellan telescope is expected to be the world's largest optical telescope once it's completed CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod reports from the unique place the telescope's being built it is certainly a peculiar place for a state of the art laboratory but under the football stadium at the university of Arizona this one we started just about eighteen months ago Patrick McCarthy has the international group building the largest optical telescope in the world the giant Magellan so one of the big discoveries in astronomy in the past twenty years is that ninety seven percent of universe we have no idea what it is but McCarthy says the giant Magellan project is working to change that that is a chunk of glass feel it's pretty heavy this is pretty dense stuff it takes about twenty tons of these to make one they're using special glass which makes up the telescope seven twenty seven foot circular mayors thirty shipped in from Japan then melted down in a specially engineered rotating furnace I think it is probably the only rotating furnace for making large mirrors the reaches temperatures of more than twenty one hundred degrees how complicated is it to build these wears pretty complicated and it's a real precision polishing challenge in each mere when they're finished is so precise and so smooth if you made it the size of the continental United States the distance between the tallest mountain peaks in the deepest valleys half an inch what's that smell Magellan's mirrors will eventually end up on a mountain top in Chile's Atacama desert housed inside a twenty two story

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Hong Kong, Beijing And Jim Axelrod discussed on KRLD Sunday Morning News

KRLD Sunday Morning News

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Hong Kong, Beijing And Jim Axelrod discussed on KRLD Sunday Morning News

"In Hong Kong took to the streets again on Saturday CVS Jim Axelrod police in riot gear used batons and fired pepper spray the protesters fought back throwing umbrellas and other objects the protest began after Hong Kong's Beijing appointed leader try to impose an

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Dramatic video shows Coast Guard nabbing drug smugglers on submarine

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Dramatic video shows Coast Guard nabbing drug smugglers on submarine

"Google this video to check it out for yourself it was released from the Coast Guard and shows the jumping onto a homemade submarine that was allegedly carrying thousands of pounds of drugs correspondent Jim Axelrod a Coast Guard cutter Monroe chase down and captured smugglers working in the eastern Pacific and a make shift submarine rose from last month the Coast Guard officers said finding and busting a narco sub is about as rare as an encounter with a white

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New Orleans braces for Tropical Storm Barry

The CBS Evening News

01:59 min | 1 year ago

New Orleans braces for Tropical Storm Barry

"Good evening I'm Jim Axelrod late today hurricane watches became more urgent hurricane warnings as evacuations began along the Gulf coast of Louisiana tropical storm Barry could become hurricane Barry before making landfall tomorrow night or Saturday astronauts aboard the space station posted this ominous view of the storm it is now gaining strength in the Gulf this thread is torrential rain as much as two feet in Worland and parts of Mississippi now we're gonna start tonight with Lonnie Quinn chief weathercaster WCBS TV in New York Lonnie what is it looking like for landfall well it's gonna be borderline whether it's our hurricane or not and it's funny we all get tied into we get wrapped up with the wind speed because the wispy dictates whether to hurricane or not it may be a strong top perhaps we'll sort it may be a low grade her her cat one hurricane water makers me a lot of rain associate with this I hear the lease information from the national hurricane center you've got a storm this forty mile per hour winds so just barely a tropical storm for that matter but ninety miles from the south Mississippi River but as it pushes to the west in the ventricles up to the north we think should be making landfall sometime in the late Friday be early Saturday is it a hurricane is a tropical storm we shouldn't be him just tied up into that entirely because it's more the water look at the amount of rain now watch for the white to follow up on the screen here we go by the way is showing you anywhere from Haysbert does in Orleans that's a foot of rain right there now if you take a look at this aeration in black that's one to two feet of rain in this let's make a shift of about fifty miles for that to be right on top of New Orleans big problems there right now even the track of the storm as it pushes off to the west weather makes a landfall whether it doesn't it's gonna be churning and Pushin water on shore those big numbers that I just showed you enough fresh water rain this is now storm surge the combination could be a real problem for the New Orleans area the by you of Louisiana could be in for some tough times I think it's on Friday night into Saturday the first half of the day watch all this

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Jim Axelrod, United States And Gulf Coast discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

01:21 min | 1 year ago

Jim Axelrod, United States And Gulf Coast discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Good evening I'm Jim Axelrod the storm that could become the year's first hurricane to hit the United States appears to be bearing down on the Gulf coast tonight made today hurricane watches were posted along the southern coast of Louisiana but the storm threat stretches from Texas to Florida more than half a foot of rain fell in Louisiana today and there could be much more to come up to another foot and a half by this weekend along with a surge of sea water one well before cases in a nervous New Orleans tonight morning storms unleashed up to eight inches of rain within three hours over parts of New Orleans flooding neighborhoods as well as streets and businesses along the historic French Quarter there was even a water spout spotted on Lake Pontchartrain and some were left to navigate streets by kayak Paula Griffin snapped these photos before ditching her car in rising waters how did you get our force my door open and the water rushed in how high was it when I walked in this so up to your waist yeah Lauren Morris didn't even make it into her dental office which was flooded raging it's frustrating you know nobody wants to go so not only myself but the other businesses around here the concern now turns to the

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Just Rick Mitchell yes it's going to stay on the hot side we're not talking record heat or anything like that but it's not very comfortable that's for sure tonight partly cloudy a low of seventy eight let's go partly cloudy for Wednesday ninety seven the expected high temperature probably heat index of around one of three one oh four one oh five right in that range there is a twenty percent chance for some thunderstorms Wednesday night perhaps late and then they'll move on out Thursday partly cloudy not quite as hot a high of ninety four if you are outside today hi I'm feeling for you Susie was laughing at your earlier but I find you I mean it's ninety seven right now being a you okay well that normally yeah I kinda happens ninety eight in Carrollton right now it's ninety six in Frisco it's also ninety six six K. around the station North Texas counts on for news traffic and weather news radio ten eighty KRLD AMNH KRLD FM HD to Dallas fort worth six o'clock I am see the Phillies with John little under heat advisories but rain chances come back this week will tell you when during traffic and weather together at six oh eight first though it's time now for the CBS evening news I'm Jim Axelrod the calls are growing louder tonight for labor secretary Alex Acosta to.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"The Verizon bridge, although you've got construction, you're not really seeing too many slowdowns right now in either direction. We'll be back in less than ten minutes with another traffic update right here on WCBS now the forecast for the weekend with meteorologist, Matt Randy moving through the early morning hours. We will have mainly clear skies, low sixty and midtown fifty to fifty five in the Hudson valley. Then later today, a warmer day, it'll be breezy with sudden, some clouds, high eighty two partly to mostly cloudy, Saturday night. A shower late with low down to sixty eight more humid on Sunday with times of clouds and sun, shower thunderstorm in spots, high of to eighty one warm and humid Monday, while clouds and limited sun with a couple of showers and a heavier thunderstorm around during the afternoon. And at night, high up to eighty four so warm and humid on Tuesday. Clouds and sun here we have a chance for a spotty shower thunderstorm. High of eighty two not as warm on Wednesday and we still can't rule out a shower. Thunderstorm with a high of seventy six. Right now. Sixty degrees, partly cloudy skies. CBS news time twelve fifty things. Slowly getting back to normal at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. Mass will be celebrated at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, tomorrow for the first time since the fire two months ago about thirty people will attend, and they will have to wear hard. Hats small donations are coming in to rebuild the eight hundred fifty year old church, but so far, no sight of the big money promised by French billionaires. CBS has Jim Axelrod reporting as out Carolina woman busted for driving drunk will actually not be cited for D you. I that's because her vehicle happened to be a toy police twenty five year old Megan home. And while she was cruising around in power wheels electric toy truck, because of the vehicles, he was charged with public intoxication instead, some artwork is expected to fetch big prices.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Recruiting videos that look like something straight from Bollywood. Glamorous future fancy truck. Nice car in the driveway. Making food for the road is video based on reality pretty much. Oh, yeah. Presentation. I catch you. But you know, that's reality prosperous reality for men to pander people who say the American dream is dead. It's not that at all. In fact, if you ask him the American dream is humming along quite nicely on highways across the country. Jim Axelrod, CBS news, Laramie Wyoming. It's ten fifty two. Kids. Having cards. One eight seven seven cars than kids K A R. Kids. One eight seven seven cars. The kids donate your car today. Car. For kids dot com. His quick and easy. Patient out there. Tax deduction. Saving cars. The kid. Seven seven cars. Also.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

"You know, what happens to be a very good person? And I think it's very sad. What they've done the ball Manafort, and in assign Manafort is angling for a pardon. His attorney has taken the unusual step of updating the president's legal team on what the special counsel is asking about Manafort has spoken to Muller's office several times since entering a plea deal in September a deal. Federal investigators said this week he violated by lying after the president's Twitter attack against the special counsel Republican Senator Jeff flake demanded a vote on a Bill to protect a special counsel. But it was blocked by fellow Republican Senator Mike Lee that is Paula Reid. Nancy Pelosi was nominated today by House Democrats to become speaker in the new congress, but she still faces a showdown vote in January Pelosi ran unopposed as the nominee for speaker in a closed-door democratic caucus election. That was today despite unrest from some clamoring for new leadership, political is California. Playbook reporter Carl. Marinucci somebody who knows how to count votes she knows how to work the system there. She has been the Queen of political wrestling up there on Capitol Hill, and she just worked at this caucus Pelosi will need two hundred eighteen votes to be elected while House Democrats are taking control with at least two hundred thirty three vote majority. Some have pledged that they will not back Pelosi. Meanwhile, democrat Barbara Lee of Oakland has lost her bid for a house leadership position by voted one twenty three to one thirteen congressman Hakeem Jeffries of New York won the race to lead the Blackhawk as for the next two years and linebacker Ruben foster quickly found a new team after the forty Niners dropped him. CBS news. Correspondent Jim Axelrod reports summer asking why when the San Francisco forty Niners parted ways with linebacker Ruben foster after his domestic violence arrest. The team was clear they are zero tolerance. Coach Kyle Shanahan is it's not a hard dealing if someone someone hits a female are significant other. That's not a person who's going to be on our team. Okay. I can barely hear you. So your ex boyfriend. Brocchi me and my face. Saturday night wasn't the first time fosters girlfriend had reported him cheered called police in February. But later recanted charge the battery violence this. Recent arrest means foster cannot play practice until his cases adjudicated the Redskins said about the allegations. If true, you can be sure they are nothing. Our organization would ever condone Jay Gruden is the head coach we decided to take the chance and deal with it cannot be that. The only consequence is that. He's let go by one team and immediately picked up by another team, but Georgetown law professor, Deborah Epstein, a former advisor to the players union on domestic violence is asking why signed foster at all the message that is being sent to players in high school players in college players in professional leagues is that if you have real potential as an athlete, you can engage in violence against women without serious consequences cheer career. Foster was arrested in Tampa where the Niners played the next day. Now, Tampa police say neither the Redskins nor the NFL called for details. About the case before foster was signed. That's Jim Axelrod KCBS news time eleven thirty six. Sorry. I'm late. I thought he left the garage open and had to drive all the way home again funny. I left mine opened at a two, but I got a text from my security system..

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OSU's Urban Meyer faces three-game suspension

24 Hour News

03:06 min | 2 years ago

OSU's Urban Meyer faces three-game suspension

"States suspended for three games, it's head football. Coach urban Meyer for mishandling domestic abuse complaints against, his, assistant CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod has more Ohio State football coach urban Meyer tried. To move past the controversy, in -veloping, is program, a followed my heart, not my head but seemed only, to reignited after his suspension was announced and he was asked about the woman who accused her husband the former, assistant coach for Meyer named Zach Smith of domestic Violence in two thousand fifteen Meyer claimed. He hadn't known about the accusations until it was revealed last, month he had what message do you have for Courtney Smith Well I message for everyone involved in this I'm sorry that we're in the situation on Ohio state's. Football crates campus Meyer support goes beyond strong the national. Championship, he led the buckeyes to in two thousand fourteen wraps him in something a little closer

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Ohio State University's Urban Meyer Suspended for 3 Games

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio State University's Urban Meyer Suspended for 3 Games

"Ohio State suspended for three games, it's head football coach urban Meyer for mishandling domestic abuse complaints against an assistant CBS news correspondent Jim Axelrod has more Ohio State football coach urban Meyer tried to. Move past the controversy enveloping his program a followed. My heart not my head but seemed only to reignited after his suspension was, announced and he was asked about the woman who'd accused her, husband the, former assistant coach for Meyer Zac. Smith of domestic violence in two thousand fifteen Meyer claimed. He hadn't. Known about the accusations until it, was revealed last month he had what message you have for Courtney Smith Well message for. Everyone involved in this I'm sorry that we're in the, situation on Ohio state's football crates. Campus Myers support goes beyond strong the national championship he led. The buckeyes to, in two thousand, fourteen wraps him in something, a little closer to

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How Suicide Quietly Morphed Into a Public Health Crisis

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:33 min | 2 years ago

How Suicide Quietly Morphed Into a Public Health Crisis

"Women who said harvey weinstein raped her jeff jim axelrod thank you very much the cdc reported yesterday that there is a suicide somewhere in america every twelve minutes it happens that often are dr jon lapook is with us now john in your estimate has become a public health crisis it is a public health crisis and not just because the numbers are increasing because we cannot get our arms around what to do about it we know the risk factors and they include depression history of previous suicide attempts substance abuse social isolation or just something in your private life that's really upsetting you but we've had trouble translating that into effective prevention although there have been some successes i was amazed by the cdc report really surprised that more than half of the people who took their own life that they had no previous known history of mental illness and you have to wonder if we're under diagnosing and perhaps it's from stigma people are shamed to come forward or because doctors are under diagnosed so to that point it does seem many times that it comes out of the blue with no warning sign is is that a fair way to characterize it is a fair way and jeff has an interest i've had to deal with this many times you have the loved ones who are left behind and it's such a natural human reaction thinking it's my fault they feel guilty there's something i should have done i should have picked up a clue and what i tell them jeff is that very often the very person who is most determined to take their own life is best at hiding it because they don't want to be stopped so i'll say to them look it is devastating it's it's crushing but it's not your fault important discussion dr jon lapook police.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of them have been caught in some dubious billing schemes cbs news correspondent jim axelrod report in two thousand sixteen missouri state auditor nicole galloway began examining the finances of several rural hospitals in her state one was button them county memorial a fifteen bed hospital in union missouri struggling to keep its doors open we were shocked when we started to look at the financial records and notice that tens of millions of dollars were coming through i remember sitting down at the table with my audit staff and i just said we gotta dig deeper on this her team discovered a management company called hospital partners had swooped in weeks before putnam was about to close promising to turn it around they may deals with labs around the country to funnel billing for blood tests and drug screens through putnam which collects higher reimbursement rates as rural hospital putnam kept about fifteen percent but most of the money was wired back to the labs and the management company essentially the hospital appear to act as a shell company for these questionable lab billings how much money are we talking about in a six month period the hospital funnel through about ninety two million dollars in revenues to put that in perspective the previous year total revenues were seven point five million dollars and it wasn't just happening at putnam according to court filings reviewed by cbs news insurance companies are now attempting to claw back nearly half a billion dollars they paid rural hospitals across the country with similar billing arrangements which they call fraudulent they all declined requests for an interview and doing health care for the whole time almost exclusively healthcare for so we sat down with jason mehta a former federal prosecutor who spent allies in health care fraud the question's gonna be did the laboratories intend to cheat did they intend to trick did they mislead the insurance companies because simply making extra money isn't a crime in and of itself it's the question of someone tricked with someone deceived insurance companies say one way labs to see them was paying kickbacks to healthcare providers for specimens they could then bill at the higher reimbursement rates we obtain this voicemail of a lab representative soliciting samples from a rehab center in california about you know things you guys sent three hundred samples he would just send you a hundred thousand dollars.

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Russia to expel 60 US diplomats in retaliation for response to spy poisoning

News, Traffic and Weather

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Russia to expel 60 US diplomats in retaliation for response to spy poisoning

"Eleven o'clock this is cbs news on the hour presented by progressive insurance i'm jim shanavie get out russia ordering some one hundred fifty diplomats out of the country including sixty americans retaliation for the ouster of one hundred fifty russians from the us and two dozen other countries over the britain's spy poisoning cbs's cami mccormick us ambassador was summoned to the foreign ministry in moscow where he was informed of the expulsions and the closure of the us consulate in saint petersburg the state department says there's no justification for russia's move but at the same time is reviewing options for a response administration officials have said they reserve the right to take action and response to russian retaliation epa reportedly preparing to ditch fuel economy targets that were set by the obama administration targets it would require cars in issue these get fifty five miles per gallon by the year twenty twentyfive ww j's jeff gilbert the epa does reject the fuel economy rules would begin a lengthy fight over what the actual staff standards should be california and environmental groups have already said they would mount a court challenge carmakers say the tougher rules would add to the cost of vehicle mass for the timing of the epa announcement spokeswoman says a draft determination he's now under review a final decision to be made by sunday can coffee give you cancer a los angeles judge has ordered coffee companies to use cancer warning labels because of a chemical produced in the roasting process in it's a known carcinogen cbs's jim axelrod national coffee sociation told cbs news the lawsuit confuses consumers as far as the science goes research suggests coffee may lower the risk of diabetes and liver disease and is even been linked to a longer lifespan researchers have said more study is needed on a possible acrylamide and cancer link right now it is only theoretical texas pastor one time spiritual advisor to president george w bush has not been indicted on charges of defrauding investors to the tune of more than a million bucks keiichiro us levi is weil reports federal officials say pastor kirby john caldwell and financial planner gregory smith convinced more than twentynine investors to buy historic chinese bonds back in two thousand thirteen the promise was a return on investment of three to fifteen.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

"It i can tell you what was actually funneled through the facility and that was over one hundred and twenty million about fourteen months what you're describing sounds fradulent it sounds too good to be true the board finally came to the same conclusion and stop the lab programs but that created new problems on one side dozens of labs claimed the hospital owed the millions on the other the insurance company said they'd been overbuilt by millions squeezed in the middle the hospital closed its doors after more than half a century i could've saved that if i would have been left but i i wasn't that wasn't my my house but it wasn't my contract i didn't own it just went in there to do the billing and the right technology peres minimized his role a cable ten graceful when he spoke to us so we showed him some of the lab contracts he signed i want to show you these documents though that i have right labs no this is all forged that says george perez owner by the way that's not even my signature who ford love to get a copy of all this i have no idea i was never the owner you can check win the state records all federal you never made any kind of arrangement with labs according to bankruptcy filings the hospital is trying to recover more than three million dollars it claims perez was wired fraudulently graceful florida is now a community with no emergency healthcare jim axelrod reporting tonight well now to.

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Deadly bridge collapse at Florida International University

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Deadly bridge collapse at Florida International University

"For usa radio news i'm wendy king safety investigators are being sent to the deadly pedestrian bridge collapse in miami ntsb chair robert some walt have we had any any issues with this type of bridge before and to my knowledge the answer to that is no the bridge was not yet opened but was an accelerated construction project designed to be faster and safer for workers and the public if we uncover anything immediately we're prepared to issue urgent recommendations cbs's jim axelrod it was a moment of celebration for florida international university this past saturday when the pedestrian bridge was put in place a dream come true for our university.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

"Thanks to the internet viewers of movie critics nationwide are being forged into a single critical mass jim axelrod shows us how it's done we've got seven different screams and they're each playing a slice of one movie if the art work in the lobby of this california tech company doesn't tip you off confused it's a movie screen yet to movies and take a walk down the hall so this room is called casablanca so we'll have a three o'clock and because of lack of will likely let's go who wants the over still wonder what they do here our top movies are black panther and smacking anther then try a few minutes at the morning read look at the headquarters of rotten tomatoes even as the entertainment industry gathers tonight to see which of this year's films the academy thought best don't worry i won't win this company may be reshaping the way we go to the movies and how we choose what we see without a rotten tomatoes is an individual i guess i'd have to go read 100 review as people koyang over is the president of fandango the online ticket company that acquired rotten tomatoes two years ago perfect marriage here of technology company and an entertainment company more than a third of moviegoers now make checking rotten tomatoes the last thing they do before buying a ticket this site aggregate s dozens of reviews curated from thousands of company approved critics and calculates the percentage that are positive we're democratising that research and then were democratising access to it through the internet jeff forests is a vice president at rotten tomatoes the curators will go find your of you put it in the system and then read it to determine is it fresher run if they're not sure then our.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Are denied is unclear but if you knew to merriman you're who garaude gird extrensive drug whether it's going to be here or not somebody who making a decision mess to coverage we do actually ration in our health care system it's just that california's insurance commissioner is now looking into atvs the relevant protocols marqui schaefer kcbs one of the largest suppliers of oxycontin plans to start marketing the powerful opioid to doctors purdue pharma also says it has laid off half of its salesforce cbs news correspondent jim axelrod says in the past the company had claimed there were no health side effects and that only one percent of those who took the painkillers became addicted dr andrew qalad news the codirector of the opioid policy research center at brandeis university do take perdue is motivations at face value i don't think that this is coming out of good intentions i think that sells for oxycontin of already been declining there's generic competition as mississippi's attorney general the 1994 michael moore sued big tobacco is now suing perdue these guys and others created this huge opioid epidemic in our country and they need to clean up the mess cats prices have been fairly reasonable for a while but that could be about to change kcbs as bob bugner reports in the energy experts predict we may be paying four dollars a gallon by memorial day gas prices have a relatively low compared to a few years ago but they have been creeping up we could could add more expensive summer blonde that many are probably familiar with in the weeks ahead and just before that refineries generally use this time of year to do maintenance patrick dehaan with gasbuddycom says there are a lot of factors of play here including oil prices i think a lot of it is going to be contingent on of refineries couldn't complete their turnarounds without any unexpected or longterm outages steve together dacas was filling up on love bars treat and he's fatalistic i work investments so it's probably a good time to do it in investing crude oil for the longterm 'cause i agree gas prices were low for a long long time and oils the mo for a long time so uh i'm okay with it slowly catching up with the rest of the economic expansion them van be in san francisco but butler kcbs cassini has news time.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on WLOB

"Five am i k e spike would he be asked in a very awkward position to have to report on one of their own it didn't take cbs long they're taking them off the air charlie rose being accused by at least eight women according to the washington post of sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour here's the way she bs covered this is a really really shortage story the wave of sexual abuse allegations we've been reporting from hollywood to washington has now touched cbs news late today cbs suspended correspondent charlie rose after the washington post reported that eight women associated with his pbs program are accusing him of sexual harassment rose apologized in a statement to the post more now from jim axelrod the eight women according to the washington post were either employees of the charlie rose show from the late 1990s to two thousand eleven or aspired to work for him there rose suspended late today by cbs news is 75 he cohosts cbs this morning and has been a contributing correspondent for sixty minutes for nearly a decade the bear is also expanding its presence overseas to the women who spoke to the post worked for charlie rose inc not cbs or pbs where his interview show wears bloomberg words tape and rebroadcast the allegations in the washington post article include rose making unwanted sexual advances in the form of food phone calls and walking around naked in front of the women five described rose who time magazine named one of its one hundred most influential people in 2014 putting his hand on their legs to test the reaction to said while working for him at his home more while travelling on business with him he came out of the shower walking naked in front of him rose told the post.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Shootings on sunday and that's not counting the 26 murdered here in sutherland springs so what happens when the unthinkable themes to happen every day here's jim axelrod this time believable whether it was unbelievable five weeks ago in las vegas since totally unreal the me or unreal five years ago in newtown americans may need to find some new language four mass shootings sadly there frequency makes them all too real and believable easy jeff since the pulse nightclub shootings in orlando seventeen months ago there have been five hundred fifty five mass shootings as the fbi defines them four or more shot at once six hundred eighty nine people had been killed nearly twenty seven hundred wounded jack wired travel up to of the five deadliest shootings in modern american history have taken place in the last thirty five days they are all competing for space in our collective consciousness and getting crowded out take the shooting this man scott astrom is accused of it a walmart in colorado three dead five days ago and chances are you haven't heard about it frank oc berg is a professor of psychiatry at michigan state university what happens to a culture when more than fifty dead and more within five on injured is suddenly yesterday's news i think we'll have something vital in motion off drives thought too much exposure to the same kind of neiland's reduces that emotional response silence threeround so yes we can forget unreal and unbelievable maybe the word were looking forward to describe our reaction all these measures shootings is numb jim axelrod cbs news new york we are way to a new police briefing tonight as we look at a bullet hole in a sunday school building and as people here try to processed what is so difficult for so many of us to understand we'll have the.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The republican president under attack by both of arizona's republican senators we talked to republican voters in the state here's jim axelrod i will not be complicit or silent arizona senator jeff flake what after donald trump in washington for the sake of some half baked spurious nationalism john mccain's criticism last week was in philadelphia did you root for president trump i'd apple twenty three hundred miles from both cities there are no clue winners in arizona at lose louise what he means moves are they the president loses credibility will need us we gathered for republicans at angry a coffee shop in feed i feel like our senators laws because president trump hasn't very loud base allowed an aggressive and somewhat angry carry king and christy among side with their senators the bigger thing that ice if he is fighting per unity he's asking to unite frank tez knotty thank you walk away from the white house it mary separate would have liked flake tank tougher i was disappointed threw in the towel a somewhat premature but all four want the name calling this stuff in all set their patients is starting to wear thin with the president not his policies misdemeanor i personally agree that the president is more divisive then he is uniting we vote for these people we give them our proximity to represent us and when when president trump touches pupil personally he's a tough in all of us all four of these republican voters say they are now a bit more concerned about the 2018 senate race here as well as unpopular as flake is his departure opens the door to the possibility of a candidate who could have an even tougher time holding onto a senate seat that has been a republican hands for more than two decades anthony jim axelrod in phoenix thank you jim president trump told reporters today that he did not specifically order the military mission in nizhny air in which four american soldiers were killed he said his generals made the decision we've also learned the pentagon deployed elite commandos to search for one of the soldiers margaret brennan is following this sources described the ambush as a complex attack involving rocketpropelled grenades and small arms fire investigators are still trying to determine how or when sergeant david johnson an army mechanic got separated from the eleven other us troops it's also unknown whether he was alive when.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the western massachusetts area though the cloud cover in boston looked as if it could rain any moment perhaps it already it may already be raining so in terms of the temps a little bit chillier at low fifty one downtown tonight dropping into the 40s in some inland suburbs how 'bout tomorrow pretty nice mostly sunny much cooler high near 60 feels like fall real fall friday a mix of sun and clouds still october like high of sixty three and then the weekend how 'bout this back into are saturday high's 75 degrees sun and clouds warm still warm sunday highs well into the 70s so summer sticking around at least in our temperatures and the humidity we return now to the cbs evening news on wbz newsradio 1030 the boy scouts will soon be adding girls to their thanks to the announcement today is likely to make it sister organization the girl scouts unhappy campers is jim axelrod sing the values of scouting are important for both young men and women the head of the boy scouts of america mike serba explain the announcements we talked to parents about what they want for their kids and what we heard is that they want their sons and daughters to have a place where they can comes a family participate and exciting activities the lead to character in leadership development the boy scouts will start admitting girls next year cub scout dens the smallest unit will remain single gender the larger cub scout bags comprised of several dense we'll have the option of remaining all boys or welcoming girls the program for older girls will start in 2019 and allow them to pursue the coveted rank of eagle scout to hear the.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on KOMO

"Their work the number call eight hundred seven three six three six six six as for lego here is a report from cbs's jim axelrod what are we going to build here uh so this was model thirteen year old david mark footing flanked by his nineyearold brother daniel and they're nine year old pal michael elliott are lego fanatics now i have a huge lego bent it's pretty simple c in your mind build it with your hands if you now what pieces how to use them to put them if he no those things then you're good to go with whatever you can imagine my it's been that way since the danish company began exporting lego here in 1960 want a whole new world qabil but with revenue down this year and profits to the company is running into some digital headwinds do play video games i do our parents' report more than sixty percent of kids twelve and under now used touchscreen sitting there play less than fifty percent use blocks per i like to say that of history as a nineteenthcentury industry struggling like hell to get into the twentyfirst century toy industry consultant richard gott says we boots creative marketing let go is a model for old school toymakers struggling to deal with the digital age so don't write any tuaregs for lego ever that'd be playing with twice ever century and lego as an important advantage michael what do you want to be when you grow up either an architect aurel engineer disease help you.

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"jim axelrod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jim axelrod" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The 40s and some of the coldest suburbs to sixty downtown sunny and 85 tomorrow now back to the cbs evening news with anthony mason president and mrs trump at the pentagon this morning marking the anniversary of the attacks of september eleven two thousand one more than three thousand people were killed that day their children now sixteen years older here's jim axelrod while the rituals remain the same how we keep nine eleven in our hearts and heads is still a work in progress michael ernest not just because of the loved ones laws that day because of the more than three thousand children they left behind and my father christopher edward fawning four years the kids have there stories told four event now you're telling bureau delaney koyo at three years old or nine eleven lost your dad in two articles that day a documentary she worked on we go higher interview seventy of these children if a healing process for us and for other people to see that no matter what tragedy brains alive that you can write sorry the story julian suarez his writing is part tribute to her dad nypd officer ramon suarez just nine when he was killed the ground zero helping people get to safety i've myth father and daughter then said i've myth i re sixteen years we're at the father's day's it it very heart julian is now twentyfive and soon to enter the police academy to follow in her father's aerobic footsteps i want to be there anybody move just like he was just like he never hesitate in i will never has a to help anybody how we remember is a process that never stops evolving so too is how the children of nine eleven inspite dramatic surat cbs news new york and we'll be right back wbz news time 654 we'll check traffic and weather together now the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic years nicole davis all right.

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