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Apollo 10's "Snoopy" Lunar Lander May Have Been Found in Space

Mike Slater

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Apollo 10's "Snoopy" Lunar Lander May Have Been Found in Space

"Astronomers think they have found a piece of space history, CBS news. Jim Chenevey explained a group of believes it has found Snoopy the lunar module from the Apollo. Ten mission was released into space by the crew after that mission, which brought it to an altitude of fifty thousand feet above the surface of the moon. Apollo ten was basically address for hersal to the Apollo eleven moon landing, and since the limb never landed. It was fully intact, when it was jettison astronomers analysed terabytes of radar data to track down Snoopy some five hundred sixty million miles off in space. Of course, they can't be sure it's the limb until someone

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"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jim Chenevey CBS news that was no dog playing with a balloon in an ever backyard. Closer look at cell phone video shows Coyote jumping and bouncing the toy it was spotted yesterday morning. But residents report seeing the animal at all times of the day for the last month. Everett animal control, his asking neighbors to keep dogs on leashes and cats inside a unique way to try to solve cold cases in Rhode Island WBZ's, Kim Tunnicliffe reports Pawtucket. Police detective has developed decks of most wanted playing cards that are being sold to the public and to those behind bars each one of the fifty two playing cards in the cold case, stick includes a picture and. Information about an unsolved murder or missing persons case in Rhode Island dating back to nineteen forty seven police detective, Susan cormier says they've been selling a lot of decks of cards not just to the public but also to prisoners through the state prison commissary. It is a very interesting and intriguing thing to the inmates. They start to purchase them. They start discussing them. And it may be in there for a lesser offense. It may not sit well with them that child was murdered or someone's moms. So they're willing to come forward. Sometimes just for the right reasons. And sometimes they're looking to get a little time shaved off their own sentence. Investigators have received about thirty solid tip since the card started selling some of them from prisoners Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's News Radio. They nonstop jeopardy champion crosses another milestone ABC's. Brian Clark has the story James Holt's, our one more than nine hundred thousand dollars on jeopardy. Thanks to big bets Tuesday. He relied on another to become just the second person ever in the show's history to cross the million dollar, Mark. He picked up fifty thousand dollars for correctly answering the final jeopardy question about Ulysses grant, and Robert E Lee up to one hundred eighteen thousand eight hundred sixteen courtesy of jeopardy productions that's a fourteen day. Total of one million six hundred ten thousand five hundred fifty four dollars. Second only to Ken Jennings. Brian Clark ABC news coming up a crime scene in north borough. This morning, we'll take you there straight ahead..

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An 86-year-old woman lost 120 pounds by walking back and forth in her one-bedroom apartment every day

WBZ Morning News

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

An 86-year-old woman lost 120 pounds by walking back and forth in her one-bedroom apartment every day

"From China where the devices could soon be used on millions of students. Bueller? Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Remember, even if you're zoning out this morning and need to get all news Dopp. There's a simple way to do that even without a radio. It's your Amazon echo speak to it. All you need to do is touch with. Hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on. Iheartradio. Simple as that. The technology boom in the Seattle area. Like several other locations turns out to be a curse as well as a blessing. But now Microsoft is making a move to help people squeezed by that explosive growth, I'm Gary Nunn. The software giant plans to invest a half billion dollars to make homes more affordable to more people in the Puget Sound area. Where home prices have nearly doubled over the past eight years over the next three years. The money will be spent not only new homes for non tech workers, teachers and other middle and low income people, but also preserving existing housing tech companies and other areas like San Francisco also are dealing with similar inequality issues. Gary Nunn, CBS news, more recreational marijuana is about to go on sale. In massachusetts. State regulators green light pot sales in Fall River, and it could happen as soon as this Sunday, the cannabis control commission gives it's okay to northeast alternatives to grow make and sell recreational pot products at a location just off route twenty four the shop will be handy to people in Rhode Island where recreational pot is still illegal northeast alternatives already providing marijuana for medical purposes, a breakout the spinach cake for the birthday boy. Popeye

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US, Adam Kaufman And Twitter discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

US, Adam Kaufman And Twitter discussed on WBZ Morning News

"A hard look at all sponsorships with Twitter. Well, if you're getting a lot of cold calls lately, you're not alone. If you think you're getting more spam calls these days. You're right. According to a new study there's been a three hundred percent increase in spam calls this year, and that's not just affected the United States, but people all around the world. In fact, the US is not the most spam called country. Brazil is followed by India. The US was second last year, but stopped down to eight on this year's list and it's unclear what's behind the decline. The FTC has launched an effort to crack down on spammers. Jim Chenevey CBS news eight forty one on this Monday morning. High school football team in Texas is a big winner. But for reasons more so off the field, then on it WBZ's. Adam Kaufman, explains WT. Johnston's Newton group won the

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Jim Chenevey, US and CBS discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

WBZ Afternoon News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Jim Chenevey, US and CBS discussed on WBZ Afternoon News

"Twenty two wind power is usually promoted as being clean and green. But a new local study is saying not so fast as we hear from CBS's. Jim Chenevey, environmentalists promote wind power as an alternative to burning fossil fuels to generate electricity saying it'll help in the fight against warming. But a new Harvard. Studies suggested ramping up wind power in the US could actually increase the nation's temperature. That's because all those spinning blades would disturb air currents mixing the layers of warm and cold air in the atmosphere. Some parts of the central US where wind farms are common have

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Anonymous senior administration official admits to working against Trump in NYT op-ed

WBZ Afternoon News

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Anonymous senior administration official admits to working against Trump in NYT op-ed

"Tracy. A developing story. Another report about turmoil in the White House CBS's Jim Chenevey has more on an unusual move by the New York Times. CBS news special report, the resistance from within in an unusual step. The New York Times is publishing an anonymous op Ed essay, it says is from a known senior official in the Trump administration. And officials who says he is one of a group of Trump insiders that fear the president has acted in some cases in a manner detrimental to the health of the Republic CBS's. Steven Portnoy, the anonymous, author is described by the New York Times is a senior official in the Trump administration. He and the time says it's a he claims to be among many in the White House diligently working to frustrate parts of Mr. Trump's agenda and his worst inclinations the author accuses the president of impulsiveness that results in half baked ill-informed and occasionally reckless decisions that have to be walked back. The piece suggests there were whispers among cabinet officials early in Mr. Trump's presidency to invoke a provision in the twenty fifth amendment to strip him of his powers CBS news special report, I'm Jim shanavie WBZ's. Don have joins me with the times reasoning for running the anonymous opinion piece in a statement dawn Lawrie. The times says it's taken the rare step of publishing this anonymous op Ed essay and they've done. So at the request of the author a senior official in the Trump administration. The paper says whose identity is known to them and whose job they say would be jeopardized by its disclosure now the time says they believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an important perspective to

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US prepared to add sanctions on Turkey if pastor not released

WBZ Midday News

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

US prepared to add sanctions on Turkey if pastor not released

"The United States, and Turkey are. Trying to resolve a dispute, over the. Detention of an American pastor Turkey says pastor Andrew Brunson. Is connected to a cleric it holds responsible for a failed coup two years ago at the State Department spokeswoman, Heather nort says both countries are talking. We have said for far too long that pastor Brunson has been held for far too long and, we look forward to pastor Brunson Coming home we'd like. That to happen very soon in an effort to apply pressure the Trump administration has imposed sanctions that have contributed to Turkey's, growing financial crisis Turkey responded with some five hundred, million dollars of tariffs on US imports and says it will boycott US electronic

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Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat

AM Tampa Bay

04:34 min | 3 years ago

Police search for thieves who stole 2 royal crowns before escaping by speedboat

"The Benatti spine institute ten thousand enthusiastic supporters gathered at the Florida state fairgrounds to see President Trump who gave his endorsement to Jacksonville congressman Ron Disentis. For governor welcome to Florida Mr President We thank reading from the candidate President. Trump rallied, for Rhonda Santa. Susana tough primary race for the GOP, gubernatorial nomination the president called the Santa later a proud veteran. My great friend a tough brilliant cookie Disentis seeks to fill the chair now held by Rick Scott who was also recognized by the president in his race for Democrat Bill Nelson's Senate seat, the Florida primary is set for August twenty eighth Grenell Scott, Fox News it was a blow to agriculture Commissioner and Paul county resident Adam Putnam who is the front runner and so Trump endorsed. To Santa's earlier in the day Trump addressed students. And supporters at Tampa Bay technical high school Trump says. The nation needs to invest even more resources towards job training whether you're a high school student or a late, career, worker, there's never been, a better time to learn Trade Honus skill or pursue your dreams never been a better time we've never had a better time for hiring in this country last quarter GDP, has you know grew to four point one percent and I, think it's going to go a lot higher Trump also signed into law a workforce development Bill the, devotes more funding for stem education President Trump's former. Campaign manager is on trial for Bank and tax fraud highlight of day one was the opening arguments by the. Government and by Paul manafort's defense prosecutor ZOA Sonya maintained that the former, Trump campaign chair knowingly falsified tax returns over a several year period then lied to banks about, his, income in order to fraudulently apply for loans to cover his, debt defense attorney Thomas Zony. Maintained that co-defendant gates is to blame as manafort's business guy court resumes at nine thirty this morning Bill Rakoff CBS news. At US district court in Alexandria Virginia. Northern California's deadly car fire is widening its path of destruction but. Firefighters are gaining ground Cal. Fire says the blaze burned through roughly another seven thousand acres. Overnight for a total, of about, one hundred ten thousand this is, Steve Futterman in Redding California the car fire is now Thirty percent contained this is fire crews take, advantage of much calmer winds for hundreds of families though it comes too late more than. Nine hundred homes have. Been completely destroyed nearly two hundred others. Have suffered some damage and six people have died the fire does continue to burn but it has slowed down considerably and fire officials are hopeful the worst is over firefighters helping for a break in the high winds, that have been fanning the flames under Florida's stand. Your ground law someone who claimed self defense is not required to be arrested and jailed while the investigation continues. Manila's sheriff Bob Galtieri held a news conference to address the growing outrage, over his decision not to arrest Michael Drako in the shooting death of marquees mcglockton Beasley thing, in, some respects would have been for me to arrest Drako and, kick it to the state. Attorney the easy thing is not the right thing or the legal thing to do based upon the application of in this. Case I've never done anything because it's. The easy way or what Mike call the politically expedient thing to. Do and I'm not going to start. Doing it today while Terry says the investigations far from, over and it could be weeks or months before it's complete when the tax. Bill comes next year you might be in, for a shock some thirty. Million Americans could be in for, a stressful experience next tax season that's according to congressional auditors. Who predicted twenty one percent of US taxpayers will discover their employers failed to withhold enough money from their checks under the tax laws the, GAO report says even with the changes in tax law an estimated twenty seven million Americans would be affected, Jim Chenevey CBS news Swedish police are looking for the thieves who made off, with the Royal family's crown jewels the highest went down on. Tuesday at a cathedral west of Stockholm the thieves escaped in a motorboat moored outside the nine hundred year old church. Police launched a search by land CNN air but as of now the culprits remained enlarge large the jewels to crowns and, a Royal orb date back to the early seventeenth century itself Thirty-five at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a weather is next Some.

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Les Moonves Won’t Face L.A. D.A. Sex Crime Charges On Alleged 1980s Incidents

WBZ Morning News

03:40 min | 3 years ago

Les Moonves Won’t Face L.A. D.A. Sex Crime Charges On Alleged 1980s Incidents

"News Asian shares mixed is US plans to raise. Tariffs. On, two hundred billion dollars of, Chinese imports and weaker than expected manufacturing data is weighed. On sentiment US. Stocks rose Tuesday following strong results from industrial and. Healthcare companies as well as, the report that US and China's. Are trying to restart trade talks the. SNP was up to twenty eight sixteen the Dow rose to twenty five thousand four fifteen. And the NASDAQ rose a half a percent to, close at seventy six seventy one, the housing. Market continues to get more expensive we'll get. The latest from CBS Jason Brooks home prices are continuing their. Steady ascent across the country the SAP core logic. As Schiller report says national home prices rose. Six point four percent may from a year earlier of, one percent for, the month before Seattle Las Vegas. And the. San, Francisco Bay area continue to post double digit gains. The report says unlike the boom bust period during the financial crisis The range of the largest to smallest price change is ten percentage points in the top twenty markets compared to a twenty percentage point range since two thousand one. And twenty five, points between two, thousand six and two thousand nine Taking a look, at the markets and international markets the Europeans are all. In the red at this hour the footsie is down more than one percent on this side of, the pond the futures, mixed the, s&p is down. Three and a half the NASDAQ. Up ten and a half, the Dow down eleven points BBC news time five thirty nine prosecutors in Los Angeles have declined to pursue sexual abuse. Claims against CBS CEO les Moonves Alison keys reports the statute, of limitations had expired in one case court documents say. The woman met moon vest through employment in the television industry and that she alleged sexual abuse in nineteen Eighty-six and on two occasions. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight prosecutors were considering possible. Charges including one felony sex act the woman involved was not one of the six and a New Yorker article who alleged sexual harassment or sexual misconduct by moon vets the woman went to Los Angeles police and February to report the incidents CBS says it is conducting an independent investigation into the claims made against moon vs Two people hit by cars. Overnight in two separate incidents, in Boston a pedestrian was hit by a car on mass app which happened right in front of the Berklee college. Of music and in Westford a man was seriously hurt after, being struck by a car while riding his bicycle he. Was taking the Lowell General Hospital the driver did stop and is cooperating with police well you ever noticed riding mass transit can literally. Make you sick CBS's Jim shanavie tells us why if you. Choose mass transit you should know you probably will pick up a few germs along the way Well more, than a. Few actually. Scientists sent. Volunteers, out, two subway lines and had them swab common services what they found, was, that subways arm, as you might expect teeming with bacteria checking the. Different microbiomes they came to realize that commuters tend to pick up bacteria. From virtually everyone who travelled on the same system prior to do so best time dilemma jury. Exposure, early morning worst time late. In the evening when those. Trains and buses are infested with, germs Jim Chenevey CBS news WBZ news time five forty one time. For us to head to the ace. Hticket dot com sports stadiums Adam, Kaufman good morning good morning well Wednesday filled with losses, for the red socks on and off the field Josh the. Most literal their, actual defeat to the Phillies three one cap two games split at Fenway drew Pomeranz. Lab to runs over five frames Jake. Arrieta struck out seven in seven innings lead up. Just, one run to finish July four no in six starts at. End. Boston's four game winning streak? Zander Bogart's drove in a, run got hit in the right hand by a pitch in the ninth oh Just, a bruise x rays were. Negative but that is the. Same spot he was hit last, year in Tampa and it wasn't the same the rest of that. Season Hugh.

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Calm winds may allow more to return home in California wildfire

Red Eye Radio

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Calm winds may allow more to return home in California wildfire

"Or mechanical. Failure Hopeful news on the northern California wildfires that have killed eight, people and forced thousands from their homes CBS's Steve Futterman is in reading. Brings have dramatically improved in the last. Forty eight hours, primarily due to calmer winds which have allowed fire crews to really get a grip on. This fire the fire is now thirty. Percent contained it's still spreading. But for slower than it was before and the fire is moving. Away from residential areas. It's burning mostly now in wilderness areas little extra back in taxes this year you might be bracing for impact in two thousand nineteen here's CBS's Jim Chenevey some thirty million Americans could be in for a stressful experience next tax season as according. To congressional auditors. Who predicted twenty one. Percent of US taxpayers will discover their employers have failed to withhold enough money from their checks under the tax laws futures are unchanged.

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Samsung Display says unbreakable, flexible screen passes U.S. safety test

WBZ Morning News

04:18 min | 3 years ago

Samsung Display says unbreakable, flexible screen passes U.S. safety test

"News time nine forty eight and mostly, sunny seventy eight degrees in Boston. Well into, the eighties today and humid. Good, morning I'm Deb Lawler top stories now the second phase. Of the com bridge project is underway significant delays are expected for those commuting from the west on Commonwealth avenue the mass pike and on the green line as shuttle buses are running in that stretch fifty-five flag-draped cases holding the remains of US servicemen killed in the Korean war are coming home after being. Received, at an airbase in South Korea. Today the handover comes on the sixty fifth anniversary of the Korean war armistice agreement, as Senator Claire mccaskill of Missouri says Russian hackers tried, unsuccessfully to infiltrate her Senate computer network raising questions about Russia's attempts to interfere in the two thousand eighteen election's, in other news down New Hampshire Democrats Maggie Hassen and anti Custer are sponsoring Bill that targets counterfeit pill makers the Bill allows a US attorney general, to create a registry of machines. Used to, manufacture the pills members of. Both, parties and President Trump's own opioid commission agree on the. Importance of regulating the machines Custer says the spread of synthetic opioids has, accelerated an already. Deadly epidemic knockoff opioids often contain dangerous synthetics like fennel seaweed lovers unite the main seaweed fair is tomorrow celebrating the marine algae that line the state's rocky coast the free event in the city of Rockland will include. Cooking, demonstrations seaweed art and of course. Lots of edible seaweed the days of cracked screens may soon be over CBS's Jim, Chenevey reports on a smartphone screen that cannot be broken, many people who carry smartphones know the feeling you broke the screen again Samsung claims it's developed a new phone, screen that can't be broken because it's Flexible engineers have taken a next generation organic or. Oh LED display and coated with an unbreakable substrate and fortified. Plastic they say you can drop it throw it bend it without cracking the screen it's already been through tests by underwriters laboratories and after twenty six drops. From a height of four feet the phone. Is said to function normally no damage to it front sides or edges. Jim Chenevey CBS news for decades a question as loomed over. The book the autobiography of Malcolm x. what happened to missing chapters, may have contained some. Of the most explosive thoughts of the minister and human rights, activists, well, the, answer came yesterday, when an unpublished manuscript. Of a chapter was sold by Guernsey's auction house in, Manhattan for seven thousand dollars the buyer was the Schaumburg centre. For research based in Harlem Schaumburg director Kevin. Yan confirmed it was. In, fact an. Unpublished missing section of Malcolm X's autobiography the manuscript was owned for Two years, by a lawyer for Rosa Parks who purchased a collection from. Author Alex Haley's estate President Trump has signed a Bill to. Name a post office, in Bristol, Rhode Island after an army green beret killed in Afghanistan it, will honor first sergeant p Andrew McKenna he died in an attack in Kabul in two thousand fifteen in Maine the ACLU has filed a lawsuit. Against, the department of corrections on behalf of an inmate who claimed he was denied medication to treat his opioid addiction the suit claims. Zachary Smith's rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act violated no. Comment from, the, corrections Commissioner. A new reboot of Charlie's angels will be hitting theaters next year. CBS's map piper has details Charlie's angels returning to the big screen this time. It'll have a female director at a multi-racial trio of women led by Kristen store British actresses Naomi Scott and Alabama linski will play the other leading. Roles Scott is Indian Malinska mixed race this'll be the third reboot after Farah Fawcett keep Jackson Jacqueline Smith, first appeared in nineteen seventy six this movie is expected. To be. Released in September twenty nineteen Matt piper CBS. News first thing in the morning..

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Samsung’s new flexible display can withstand a lot of drops

WBZ Morning News

02:38 min | 3 years ago

Samsung’s new flexible display can withstand a lot of drops

"Author Alex Haley's estate say we'd lovers your day has come, the main seaweed fair is tomorrow celebrating the marine algae that line the states Rocky coast. The free event in the, city of Rockland will include cooking demonstrations seaweed art. And of course lots of edible seaweed the days of cracked screens may soon be over CBS's Jim Chenevey reports on a smartphone screen that cannot be broken many people who carry smartphones know the, feeling you broke the screen again Samsung claims it's developed a new phone screen that can't be broken because it's flexible engineers have taken a next generation. Organic or oh LED display and coated it with an unbreakable substrate and fortified plastic they say you can drop it throw it. Bend it without cracking the screen it's already been through test. By underwriters, laboratories and after. Twenty-six drops from a height of four feet the phone is said. To function normally no damage to it front sides or edges Jim Chenevey CBS news a student, is suing Dartmouth College, after he was seriously injured during. A baseball practice in the lawsuit filed yesterday Colton French says he. Was pitching From behind an l. shape, screen, for the first time in two thousand sixteen when the batter hit. The ball, straight into franchise I-, socket and, broke his facial bones that resulted. In a loss of vision and nearly half, a million dollars in medical costs the suit alleges Dartmouth. College was negligent because the practice area was poorly lit and, French was not properly, instructed on how to. Use the screens Dartmouth College has declined to comment on new reboot of Charlie's angels will be hitting theaters next. Year CBS's map piper has details Charlie's angels returning to the big screen this time it'll have a female director and multiracial trio of women led by Kristen store. British actresses Naomi Scott and Ella Belinda will play the other leading roles Scott, is Indian Malinska mixed race this'll be the third reboot after Farah. Fawcett keep Jackson and Jacqueline Smith first appeared in nineteen seventy. Six this movie is expected. To be. Released in September twenty nineteen Matt piper CBS news and, a main, the, ACLU, has filed a lawsuit against the department of corrections. On behalf of an inmate who. Claims he was denied medication to treat is opioid addiction the suit claims Zachary Smith's rights under the Americans. With Disabilities Act were violated no comment from the, corrections Commissioner Last thing at night Alexa wake me up at six AM tomorrow to WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio Alarm set for..

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"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I'm jim chenevey the questions that russia's special counsel robert muller wants to ask president trump had been leaked to the media but will he get a chance to ask them according to the president's former lawyer john dowd muller's team floated the possibility of a grand jury subpoena get mr trump into the hot seat constitutional law expert jonathan turley those people who are encouraging the president to defy the special counsel they're not seriously considering what is just down the road most special counsel do not just walk away when somebody refuses to answer material question president blasted whoever leaked the list of muller's questions to the new york times tweeting it was disgraceful deputy attorney general rod rosenstein says he's been getting threats related to the russia probe including leaked drafts of articles of impeachment against him he blamed unspecified republicans who lacked quote the courage to put their name on it we're going to do what's required by the rule of law and any kind of threats that anybody makes are not gonna affect the way we do our job texas in six other states are suing to end dhaka the obama era program protecting dreamers illegal immigrants brought to the country is children from deportation katie dt's marianne martinez kaku was tapped by president obama to enact a law that congress had repeatedly rejected that's why this attorney general ken paxton believes daca or deferred action for childhood arrivals is unconstitutional the state of texas is suing the federal government to stop any new work permits from being issued the lawsuit is not asking that daca recipients who are in the country illegally be removed permits already issued an last two years would be honored until they expire federal health officials have released a report finding insect related infections in humans have tripled in recent years cbs is dr jon lapook says especially pose a threat as the diseases they can carry can be serious great tip from the cdc if you're coming inside from a ticket ffected area tumble dry your clothes in a hot dryer for about ten minutes and that can help kill any hitchhiking ticks been tough times recently for gibson the maker.

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"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Advice earn a mattress i'm jim chenevey the officers special counsel rubber muller's announced charges against three russian companies thirteen russian individuals all for allegedly running a criminal in espionage operation it was designed to tamper with the 2016 presidential election and so discord in the us political system cbs news national security analyst friend towns of look at the number of people allowed the number of shell companies of the amount of money that this took i mean this is a very elaborate influence covert action influence school and it's impossible to thing the blessing and direction would not have come from the kremlin in the top of the rushing deputy attorney general rod rosenstein an fbi director christopher ray brief president trump on the indictments cbs news his learned that they told the president the indictments did not allege cooperation or collusion with the trump campaign the fbi is under fire for its handling of the chip last month it accused florida high school shooter nicholas druze might try to shoot up a school the tip never made it past the fbi's call center and was never acted upon local law enforcement is also being criticized for their handling of crews who was the subject of dozens of trouble calls in recent years cbs's manuel bojorquez broward county sheriff's record revealed twenty calls for service during the past few years over disturbances involving crews and his younger brother in september two thousand sixteen sheriff's responding to a call were met by cruises mother and a therapist who said he suffered from mental illness and had been cutting his arms to get attention on top of that he had mentioned in the past that he would like to purchase a firearm in that a are fifteen used in wednesday's attack was legally produced by cruise last year this past week has been another bad for the flu sabrina cupit reports the cdc here in atlanta's his 22 more children have died from flew in the last week that is the deadliest week yet for children with flu a total of eighty.

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"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey the forecast for southern california overnight winds gusting up to seventy miles per hour as not good on the fire lines and there are now five big fires burning in the region knx reporter barbara karera la city fire chief route two rasi says win germain their number one concern in this firefight referencing back to the nineteen 61 belair fire in the same area that claimed five hundred homes the thing that stop that fire was the wind died down he says if the winds continued to cooperate they can get a handle on this they have hundreds of firefighters on the ground it had choppers another fixed wings in the air dumping water and retard into a system ellie mayor eric our city declaring a local state of emergency in response to this fire in a request for state and federal assistance from two hundred thousand people are now under evacuation orders president trump says it will further the peace process it is time to officially recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel correspondent margaret brennan the national security experts around the president cautioned him strongly not to do this vice president pence supported and un ambassador nikki haley said go ahead but when it came to the defence secretary in the secretary of state they were first and foremost worried about the ramifications for those key muslim allies who are going to be alienated by this decision palestinian leaders have called for three days of rage there are now thirty democrats in the us senate who have called for minnesota's al franken to resign this after a seventh woman came forward wednesday correspondent nancy cortas email senators led the way lowering the boom on their friend and colleague the final straw was a real pour in politico a former democratic staffer said franken tried to forcibly kiss her after a taping of his radio show in two thousand six insisting it's my right as an entertainer franken expected to make an announcement thursday but his office denies reports that he will resign los angeles is set to become the biggest city in the nation where recreational marijuana use is legal the la city council has approved a set of rules under which the growing and selling of pot will be approved beginning january first businesses wishing to sell marijuana will have to be licensed to operate and there will be sizeable restrictions on where those businesses can locate residential neighborhoods in areas near schools.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Two years mute signed jim chenevey a victory for the white house monday possibly a temporary one as the supreme court has decided the administration can't enforce its travel ban on people from six mostly muslim nations while that ban is being challenged in the courts dr returned to the white house late monday ignoring shouted questions about the supreme court's ruling on his controversial travel ban in an order issued earlier seven of the nine supreme court justices ruled the president's ban can take full effect despite legal challenges announced in september the latest version of the policy applies to people from chad iran libya somalia sudan syria and yemen all countries with majority muslim populations and bars them from entering the us corresponded uiju top congressional democrats have accepted an invitation from president trump for a thursday meeting at the white house aimed at averting a government shutdown minority leader chuck schumer and nancy pelosi cancelled meeting with the president last week after he tweeted there was no chance for an agreement right now the money would run out on friday house republicans over the weekend introduced a stopgap measure that would fund the government at current levels until december twenty second the president was in utah monday where he scaled back the size of two wilderness national monuments i've come to you too to take a very historic action to reverse federal overreach and restore the rights of this land to your citizens monuments were established by democratic presidents to one point three million acre bears ears national monument established by president obama and the one point nine million acre grand staircaseescalante national monument created by president clinton fbi director christopher ray has sent an internal memo to fbi employees amid concerns about morale.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey the senate reconvenes at ten a m washington time and republicans hope to have a vote on their tax reform plan before the end of the day and see cortas reports the bipartisan joint committee on taxation projected today that the gop plan would boost job growth by an extra half a percent over the next ten years the jcd has also projected that the plans individual tax changes would initially benefit earners at all levels but those savings would quickly evaporate for those making less than seventy five thousand dollars a year chevrolet potential republican hold us now say they can support the plan but tennessee's bob corker and his concerns about the deficit of led to some lastminute wrangling over automatic triggers that could boost taxes if the deficit gets too large for us sure is mounting on michigan democratic congressman john conyers to resign over the numerous sexrelated accusations from former staffers w w j 's zara hooper despite calls to step down from house minority leader nancy pelosi michigan congressman john conyers will not resign amid sexual harassment allegations that's according to his attorney arnold read does not up to nazi palsy law be elected shearer's hail won't be the one still the congress in the felipe meantime the senate ethics committee apparently will be launching an investigation into sex charges against minnesota democrat al franken he says he welcomes the probe secretary of state rex tillerson may be the next cabinet member to be pushed out correspondent margaret brennan he has been so roundly criticized that it has made it tough for him to do his job you know he heads to europe just this weekend and he does so with headlines circulating that he doesn't have the confidence of the president and that makes it virtually impossible to be successful she be as news has learned the white house is working on a plan to replace tillerson with cia director mike pompeo but there's no timetable for the.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey which he dublin them did on north korea announcing the successful launch of its biggest and most powerful yet icbm missile that leader kim jongun says is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead to any target in the us it has prompted the usual us response calls for international condemnation correspondent major garrett i north korea possibly the most important thing president trump said was at the very end of those remarks were in response to a question did this most recent north korean missile law change anything with his approach the president said no same approach what does that mean well the approach set in motion many months ago is to let economic and diplomatic pressure run their course against north korea kim says the north has achieved its goal now becoming a nuclear state senate republicans move their tax reform plan out of the budget committee on a partyline vote we could see a vote in the full senate bond the weekend but not without lotta without a lot of armtwisting first correspondent bill raikov there are several fiscal hawks in the senate gop who are concerned about the tax bills projected one point four trillion dollar addition to the national debt senators like tennessee's bob corker is one of them but he said on tuesday that a deal being talked about that would automatically raise taxes have growth targets are not met could ease his concerns about the deficit senate majority leader mitch mcconnell can only afford to lose to republican votes to get the tax bill passed president trump himself has eased some of the other concerns in high tax days by agreeing that up to ten thousand dollars in property taxes should be deductible congress likely to miss shea december eight deadline on funding gislaved in for government programs democratic leaders passed up a white house meeting on the.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Increase in boston area home prices along with a home price news when the reading of consumer confidence from the board after treats dogged bell that'll be a ten o'clock as well as forecast ahead of the opening bell at 930 as be futures are rising four points nasdaq futures up ten dow futures gaining sixty two business report late thirty eight past the hour amanda a bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time nine own eyes projections came true for a recordbreaking cyber monday yesterday goes into the book says the busiest online shopping day ever record six point six billion dollars in sales a seventeen percent increase over last year tamara gaffney of adobe analytics here we harvey parlay bringing all about forty create more revenue from mark perrin me laugh here for really starting correct ogd how turn back marc perrin brokerdealer incur a buyer no surprise amazoncom all other online retailers in sales i'm jim chenevey uber is facing backlash after reports that millions of customers were affected by a massive databreach and cbs's magazine tells us one city has now need suit the city of chicago was filed a lawsuit against uber for waiting what it says was too long to disclose breach that affect the dignity seven of its users' the hack happened in late two thousand sixteen the rideshare service only disclosed that last week mayor rahm emanuel says they're suing the company for failing to adequately protect its customers and riders in addition.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey the house has approved it republican tax reform now speaker paul ryan is up to sell it to the public we basically say keep your money in the first place it's your money do all you want with it the vote to approve mostly own party lines the senate moved its tax reform plan out of committee tonight ohio democrats sherrod brown was a no vote the public always knows that when republicans are in power the first thing they wanna do is give tax cuts to the rich that's just what sits in their dna utah republican orrin hatch come from the lower middle class originally whenever anyway so spew that stuff on may i got a little tired of that crap now knowledge senator al franken offering apologies for sexual improprieties in minnesota democrat accused of unwanted groping and kissing bilo angeles radio anchor while the two were on a u s o tour of the middle east in two thousand six lee and tweeting says frank and even had a picture taken of him touching her breasts while she slept i wanted to say something and and there are people around you say oh my god you will get annihilating you'll never work in this town again and i was afraid of that i really was afraid of that rank and says you'll cooperate with an ethics committee review of the allegations new jersey democratic senator bob menendez celebrating the end of his bribery trial even though it ended with a jury deadlocked correspondent and a werner supporters cheered as senator robert menendez step to the podium to blast government prosecutors way this case started was wrong menendez faced eighteen counts of alleged corruption prosecutors said he did favors for a longtime friend i dr solomon miljan in change for gifts the senators lawyer abdul this is what happens when you put a real 25 year friendship on trial the trial lasted ten weeks why the deadlock i thought it was not guilty and jer ed norris says nine others in the room agreed with him only two favored conviction and prosecutors are weighing whether to retry the case ohio state university is the latest school to suspend activities by all fraternities amid investigations into a number of allegations involving hazing and alcohol or issue has about twenty four hundred students involved in its fraternities about ten percent of its male student population of four alarm fires burning in a.

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KARN 102.9

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"A day dot org well now as news update house republicans have been veiled their tax reform legislation now comes the hard part and certainly not for the rich it's for the middle class and it's for john abs and i would save maybe even in that order and president on fox the democrats lockstep in opposition and it's his job to marshall republicans behind the plan on a quest to get it passed by the end of the year speaker paul ryan with this plan the typical family of four we'll save one thousand one hundred eighty two dollars a year on their taxes the plan would significantly cut the corporate tax rate would eliminate the deduction for state and local income taxes but preserve the property tax deduction and it would reduce the number of tax brackets but mark goldline of the committee for responsible federal budget says the nation just can't afford it falls a trade and a half dollar short of what we need we harry have debt at the highest level in our history up out of world war two and if they now it's the right time to add a trade off more to the data's crazy cbs news update i'm jim chenevey one partly to mostly cloudy and rather mild for tonight worse than a stray shower of those things do thiel tomorrow limited sunshine warming humid with a shower or thunderstorm in spots i seventy nine four tomorrow night cloudy skies a stray shower again perhaps a few rumble of thunder low's near sixty then for saturday very amounts of clouds thin warming humid passing shower eighty one ukraine's and accu weather i'm meteorologist danielle knittle everyone loves.

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Cbs news update president trump's hopes of getting tax reform through congress before the end of the year hinge on maintaining support among his fellow republicans you'll be on capitol hill to rally that support later today spokeswoman sarah sanders historic tax cuts that the president has proposed and is pushing through we'll be old massive change to our economic system certainly seth harissa former acting labor secretary under president obama says the president's proposals will be hard to swallow for fellow republicans in a high tax states live discussion about state local taxdeductibility no longer allowing folks who live in high tech stance to deduct those state and local taxes from their federal tax returns that's going to hurt a lot of people emigrants charged the president's reforms would benefit corporations in high wage earners the most the president says his plan is focused on benefit the middleclass cbs news update i'm jim chenevey for tonight we'll have clear skies there'll be cool and with low forty eight and wednesday crew for a couple of days tomorrow mainly sunny i just sixty five clear and it chilly with the low near forty tomorrow night mainly sunny wednesday with high against sixty five for thursday at lee warmer nice day with sunshine seventy three for the afternoon high then friday we'll have to the front moving through getting a chance for rain that keeps us cool high fifty eight on friday i'm accuweather meteorologist frank straight these these michel sapin should liberal judges will release felons who commit crimes should the judges be held liable of course they should behave a doctor a surgeon but let's make it more graphic hugo and for surgery and they cut the wrong lottery or a vein and you have a problem you sued the doctor malpractice.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Jim chenevey the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff spoke up monday about that ambushed a live four g i's dead in nizhny air earlier this month the twelve americans along with new jerry and troops were attacked by as many as fifty enemy fighters with rocketpropelled grenades and small arms fire joint chiefs chairman general joseph dunford says they didn't call for help right away when they didn't ask for support for the first hour my judgment would be the unit thought they could handle the situation without additional support they first called in an american drone that was there within minutes but they didn't request assistance from french aircraft until later i don't know that they thought they need this report brought to the time i don't know how this attack unfolded i don't know what their initial assessment was of what they were confronted with the dunford said they had not expected resistance at least in the planning stages of the mission cami mccormick cbs news the pentagon luxury military judge at fort bragg north carolina must decide whether comments made by president trump about us army deserter bo birdal have heard his chances of getting a fair sentence he could face life i'm jim krasula at fort bragg north carolina military judge army colonel jeffrey nancy says he won't be swayed by president donald trump's comments about the case as the judge sentences sergeant goldberg doll for leaving his post in afghanistan the judge does worry that some people could have concerns about fairness after mr trump's highly critical comments about birth dole the president heads up capitol hill tuesday to rally fellow republicans as they move forward with their tax reform plans corresponded steven portnoy says it'll be the biggest tax cut in history but the challenge for president trump and fellow republicans is figuring out how to pay for it analysts warn that growth the white house projects will only get your so far mr trump is ruled out any impact on retirement savings saying 401 k contributions should keep their tax deferred status the white house is also said deductions for home mortgage interest and charitable giving should stay off limits kaspersky lab the.

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KARN 102.9

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey congress wants to know more about the situation that led to four us soldiers being killed in an ambush by islamist militants in nizhny earlier this month arizona's john mccain one of the senate armed services committee members who heard from defense secretary managed friday managed blaming communications impart so we continue to try to improve our lines of communication and taylor meetings will be very helpful in that area and the big question is why didn't someone anticipate that this unit could come under attack cbs's david mark dad to go across open country to get their their traveling in in vehicles there was a of some kind of her reconnaissance aircraft up over share that day it was not however up over the patrol until after the ambush started the fbi now assisting military probe president trump signed an executive order friday that allows the air force to recall retired pilots due to a shortage of qualified combat airman she be us military consultant jaffna kozel there is concerned about this particular lower we do a oil maintain the operational tempo which will include being able to maintain the operation than going air campaign area code guys iraq syria maintaining redeploying quote support miss that are ongoing on a daily basis the under current law the air force can only recall up to twenty 25 pilots this presidential into raises that number two one thousand and for service up to three years president trump is promising the biggest tax cut in the history of the nation as republicans move forward with tax reform plans democrats claimed it will be a windfall for the rich but house speaker paul ryan says no that's why we're injuries in the fourth bracket uh so that high income earners do not see a big ratecut and those resources go to the middle class this is about the people about half from which in this country are eleven paycheck to paycheck the president wants a cut in the corporate tax rate which he says will help create jobs a federal appeals court in washington is blocked an illegal immigrant in texas from getting an abortion at least until the end of the month the threejudge panel ruled that the.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"News radio 1030 the news watch never stops the news watch never stops cbs news i'm jim chenevey congress wants to know more about the situation that led to four us soldiers being killed in an ambush by islamist militants in these air earlier this month arizona's john mccain one of the senate armed services committee members who heard from defense secretary mattis friday mattis play reigning communications in part so we continue to try to improve our lines of communication anwar regular meetings will be very helpful in that area of the big question is why didn't someone one and tissa faith that this unit could come under attack cbs's david mark dad to go across open country to get their their uh traveling in in vehicles there was a uh some kind of her reconnaissance aircraft over news air that day it was not however up over that the troll until after the ambush started the fbi now assisting in that military probe president trump signed an executive order friday that allows the air force to recall retired pilots due to a shortage of qualified combat airman gps military consultant jaffna kozel there is concern that this we can lower we do a fish oil maintain the operational kippa which will include being able to maintain the operation ongoing air campaign louis air oh the skies of iraq syria maintaining redeploy close air support mission who could wrong going on a daily basis under current law the air force can only recall up to twenty five pilots this presidential into raises that number two one thousand and for service up to three years president trump is promising the biggest tax cut in the history of the nation as republicans move forward with tax reform plans democrats claimed it will be a windfall for the rich but house speaker paul ryan says no that's why wrench and he's in the fourth bracket uh so that high income earners do not see a big rate cut and it does uh resources go to the middle class this is about the people about half of which in this country are let paycheck to paycheck the president wants a cut in the corporate tax rate which he says will help create jobs a federal appeals court in washington is blocked in illegal in a grinning texas from getting an abortion at least until the end of the month the.

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KKOB 770 AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"I'm jim chenevey a man with a long police rap sheet in a history of violence is now in custody in connection with a pair of shootings in maryland in delaware wednesday that left three people dead three wounded wilmington delaware police chief robert tracy says thirty seven year old ready prints was brought into custody about eleven hours after he allegedly shot five coworkers at a granite warehouse outside of baltimore tracy says prints was caught after a short foot pursuit and was taken into custody no incident nobody hurt no further civilians hurt and a police officer saves as well after the maryland shooting police say print drove to wilmington and shot an acquaintance said a used car dealership police say they're just starting to try to determine the motive or rakoff cbs news supporters of a bipartisan effort in the senator restore federal of obamacare subsidies do plan to push forward is by growing opposition among conservatives and a wavering president cbs' major garrett when asked here at the briefing well what do you like what do you want what are your specific grievances with this deal that patty murray the democrat and lamar alexander the republican chief negotiators on all matters of health care the come out of the set of what are you want them to do that is not this no clarity no guides from the white house on the alexander murray plan would offer a twoyear extension of the subsidies the president has described those subsidies as a windfall for the insurance companies accused of being disrespectful in a phone call of the soldiers widow president trump lashed out at the florida democratic congresswoman new made the allegation calling frederico wilson's account of his call to the wife of sergeant david johnson fabricate didn't say what that congresswoman said didn't say that at all she knows it and she now is not saying it i did not say what she said but wilson doubled down after the president's comment i heard him say who but he this signing up for that is still hurts the president had been have suddenly president had been criticised for not reaching out right away to the relatives of the four soldiers killed in nizhny air or nearly two weeks ago senate republicans appear to have enough votes to pass a budget measure that has seen as critical to the.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cbs news i'm jim chenevey another workplace shooting a now there's a suspect in custody wilmington delaware police chief robert tracy says thirty seven year old ready prints was brought to you because today about eleven hours after he allegedly shot five coworkers at a granite warehouse outside of baltimore bracy says prints was caught after a short foot pursuit and was taken into custody with knowing city nobody hurt no further civilians hurt and upset me sauce since as well after the maryland shooting police say prints drove the wilmington and shot an acquaintance said a used car dealership police say they are just starting to try to determine a motive though rakaat cbs news senators lamar alexander and patty murray plan to push forward with air bipartisan proposal to extend federal obamacare's subsidies for two years even as opposition appears to be growing among republicans correspondent major garrett the present supportive of intentions not supportive of these specifics and the present likes to sort of say in terms of in tensions hey republicans and democrats if he can work something out that would be great end either if those efforts are manifest as this case they were meaning they created a bill an actual agreement presents a quick look at it and by early last night of the speech they're conservative heritage foundation basically poured cold water on it and the administration's position is we don't like this appraised and feels the measure enriches the oath insurance companies something he wanted to stop when he ended the subsidies to republicans appear to have the votes now to pass that budget measure this week at is seen as crucial to the president's tax reform plans vote expected thursday president trump says a florida democratic congress woman's claimed that he was disrespect beck bull in a phone conversation with the wife of a soldier killed in egypt air was totally off at a very nice conversation with the woman with the wife who has sounded like a lovely woman did not say what.

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KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"jim chenevey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"India's new signed jim chenevey five suspected terrorist shot dead in cambrils spain overnight what police believe was a companion plot to yesterday's van attack in barcelona that left thirteen people dead correspondent teri okita cleans saw that there were apparently winds planets do the exact same thing that the barcelona attacker set up here and that is drive down a crowded area in that town of camp rails and again triumph hit as many civilians as possible officials are now saying the five in cambria were not wearing explosive belts but reuters is quoting a judicial sources shane a cell of eight people may have been involved in barcelona and camp real and the plan also involved the use of gas cylinders bbc correspondent gavin lee what the police are saying is uh through the car drove you sourcing where there were bodies lying in the street some people were rushing to help them thirteen people killed fifteen people currently in a critical condition in hospital it'll the driver the call fled on foot he hasn't been seen since the who hunts continues this morning for him president trump reacted quickly to the terror attack in barcelona condemning isis which claimed responsibility and offering whatever help a us can provide mr trump has spent the past week creating controversy surrounding his reaction to the weekend trouble in charlottesville virginia and thursday a top republican tennessee senator bob corker urged the administration to get its act together and i will say we're going to point b radical changes take place and the white house's enhanced corker says the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the confidence that he needs even as the war of words between president trump and north korea appears to have died down others in the administration of apparently taken up the.

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