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"jim chenevey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Jim Chenevey, CBS news, Oscar winning writer and director Pedro Almodovar of Spain will be awarded the Golden Lion flow. Our lifetime achievement by the Venice film festival his film credits include nineteen ninety nine all about my mother and twenty talked to her. The festival is praising mold of our, as a filmmaker whose offered the most multifaceted, controversial, and provocative portrait of post Franco, Spain markets are sliding Bloomberg brings us up to date next. WBZ news time one fifty three. Are you searching for an Audi Q five? Search continental Audi dot com for the continental difference. Seven Kars four kids K. The kids. Seventy seven Kars four kids donate your car today. Seven Kars for Kids. The kid. The kids. Today. And donate. Visit us online at Kars dot com. It's great and easy. Tax deduction. So accepting boats, motorcycles, RV's, and real estate donations. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans. Thirty percent of Americans who are planning home, improvements of five thousand dollars or more. We'll pay for those renovations, with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea, a better idea maybe to take cash out of your home with a Quicken Loans. Thirty year fixed rate mortgage, the rate today on our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is four point one to five percents. APR four point two two percent. Call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocketmortgage dot com. Rick subject to change. Frequently receive this discount rate. Call for cost information equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states MLS number thirty. Hi, I'm Jay Farner CEO of Quicken Loans, America's largest mortgage lender. Spring is prime home-buying season. So if you're thinking about buying a home right now is the time to lock a low rate, which can save you money every month on your new mortgage. With our exclusive rate shield approval, the low rate, you locked today is protected for up to ninety days while you shop for your new home with a rate shield approval. If rates go up your low rate stays. Slot. But if rates go down you.
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
"jim chenevey" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Jim Chenevey time is running out for a deal with Mexico to avoid tariffs on its exports to the US CBS's. Steven Portnoy, even as talks continue, and Mexico offers to put thousands of national guard troops on its border with Guatemala. The White House says the president's position hasn't changed five percent tariffs on all goods from Mexico will go into effect on Monday. Mr. Trump told Fox News tariffs are beautiful thing. Republicans should love what I'm doing tariffs. He argues would not only force Mexico to make concessions on immigration. They also offer a boost to domestic manufacturing, but critics say American businesses and consumers will pay the price. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The stock market is having its best week of the year so far optimism for a deal to avoid those terraces. Part of the reason there's also hope for a fed rate. High fed interest rate cut the major indexes right now. Better than one percent, despite that may employment report, that showed the economy, adding just seventy five thousand jobs, CBS's, gills lesson does start to match some of the things that economist or hearing from larger employers, which is essentially that they're somewhat concerned about the volatility in some of the tariff issues, but also overall global growth, which does not seem to be quite as strong as it was in the first quarter of this year, plenty of finger pointing for an incident in the Philippine sea, where a Russian destroyer was basically, playing chicken with a US cruiser. CDS is Kenny McCormick. The US seventh fleet's at a Russian destroyer, put the safety of the guided missile cruiser US chancellor's Ville at risk by approaching quickly from behind and coming within fifty to one hundred feet. The US ship was forced to reverse all engines at full throttle to avoid a collision Pentagon officials called that Russian action, unsafe and unprofessional sentencing day for a former Minneapolis police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman who had called. Nine one, one Mohammed, nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for third degree murder an act. The former Minneapolis police officer called a burden that he wishes he could relieve during the hearing, nor Reta statement, which he apologized for the crime several times, this came after emotional victim impact statements from just teen roosting family part sorrow for their loss park critical for actions by norm and Minneapolis police Al shock for CBS news. Minneapolis has a plan for making money off the international space station by taking up space tourists. As soon as next year round trip flight would cost fifty eight million plus thirty five thousand dollars a night for lodging on the ISS on Wall Street right now the Dow is up two hundred eighty eight points or one point one percent. The NASDAQ up one.
"jim chenevey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I'm Jim Chenevey time is running out for a deal with Mexico to avoid tariffs on exports to the US CBS's. Steven Portnoy, even as talks continue, and as Mexico offers to put thousands of national guard troops on its border with Guatemala. The White House says the president's position hasn't changed five percent tariffs on all goods from Mexico will go into effect on Monday. Mr. Trump told Fox News tariffs are beautiful thing. Republicans love what I'm doing tariffs. He argues would not only force Mexico to make concessions on immigration. They also offer a boost to domestic manufacturing, but critics say American businesses and consumers will pay the price. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. The stock market is having its best week of the year so far not to Missouri for a deal to avoid those as part of the reason. There's also hope for a fed rate. Hi, fed interest rate. Cut a major indexes right now up better than. One percent despite that may employment report, that showed the economy, adding just seventy five thousand jobs, CBS's, gills lesson does start to match some of the things that economist or hearing from larger employers, which is essentially that they're somewhat concerned about the volatility in some of the tariff issues, but also overall global growth, which does not seem to be quite as strong as it was in the first quarter of this year, plenty of finger pointing for an incident in the Philippine sea, where a Russian destroyer was basically, playing chicken with the US cruiser. CBS Cami McCormick. The US seventh fleet's had a Russian destroyer, put the safety of the guided missile cruiser USS chancellor's Ville at risk by approaching quickly from behind and coming within fifty to one hundred feet. The US ship was forced to reverse all engines at full throttle to avoid a collision Pentagon officials called that Russian action, unsafe and unprofessional sentencing day for a former Minneapolis police officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed woman who had called nine. Nine one one mom, nor was sentenced to twelve and a half years in prison for third degree murder an act. The former Minneapolis police officer called a burden that he wishes he could relieve during the hearing nor read a statement in which he apologized for the crime several times, this came after emotional victim impact statements from just teen sticks family part sorrow for their loss part critical for actions by norm and Minneapolis police Al shock for CBS news. Minneapolis has a plan for making money off the international space station by taking up space tourists. As soon as next year round trip flight would cost fifty eight million plus thirty five thousand dollars.
"jim chenevey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Real reporting. I'm Jim Chenevey senators from both sides of the aisle or speaking out against President Trump's proposed tariffs on Mexico. Correspondent Bill Raikov cinema. Jordi leader Mitch McConnell hopes, there won't be terrorist. But if there are blamed the Mexican government and Democrats, so we have a problem here, not only with the Mexicans, not doing as much as they could do to prevent this on rush. But our own government and democratic resistance to addressing the humanitarian crisis down at the border McConnell, went on to say they need to take their heads out of the sand and work with us on our side of the border to address the humanitarian crisis that they're resistant has contributed to Bill Rakoff, CBS news. Washington day two of President Trump state visit to the United Kingdom included. A meeting with outgoing British Prime Minister Theresa May President said he fully supports the UK leaving the European Union even without a Brexit. Deal. I would say, I would think that it will happen, and it probably should happen. This is a great great country, and it wants its own identity, it wants to have its own borders. It wants to run its own affairs is a very, very special place tonight. The president hosted a dinner for Prince Charles and his wife Camilla at the residents of the US ambassador to the United Kingdom, Florida. Prosecutors say the Florida deputy who failed to confront a gunman during last year's parkland school massacre has now been arrested CBS's Peter King. The one time Broward County deputy is being charged with seven counts of child elect three counts of culpable negligence and one count of perjury. After a fifteen month state investigation, the Florida Department of law enforcement says Scott Peterson not only refuse to try to find the source of the shots. But retreated untold other officers to stay five hundred feet away from the building Peterson's being held at the same jail as the confessed shooter gun control back in the national debate days after thirteen people were killed, including a gunman. In mass shooting in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Governor around northern will call for a special session of the state legislature to consider a package of gun control legislation show Virginians that it doesn't matter what part of your in. We are all Virginians. I and we care about the safety and security of every Virginian, no matter who they are or where they live top gun rights advocate in Virginia says he can't think of a single gun control measure, that would have prevented what happened at Virginia Beach on Wall Street, all three major indexes rallying to their biggest one day gains in five months after fed chair Jerome Powell left the door open for a possible rate cut, if the economy slows due to these ongoing trade disputes, the Dow gained five hundred twelve points. The NASDAQ was up one ninety four this is CBS news. CBS News Radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust..
Summer camps harden vaccine rules amid measles outbreak
"Story. Measles has become a huge topic at summer camps across the country. We get that story from CBS, Jim Chenevey. The measles outbreak across the country has summer camps taking extra steps to prevent the spread of the disease among children attending their day and overnight camps more than ten million. American children are expected to go to camp over the summer and the concerns are strongest in states. Like New York where there been the most measles cases reported States Department of health out of warning about the virus more than twenty five hundred camps strongly, recommending, they confirmed that all attendees, and employee's have been properly
"jim chenevey" Discussed on KCBS All News
"I'm Jim Chenevey. The House Judiciary committee poised to approve a resolution holding attorney general William bar in contempt of congress live to CBS, news course, Dorsey on Capitol Hill. It comes as President Trump tries to prevent the unredacted Muller reports released a congress by exerting executive privilege, Florida Democrat, Val, Demings attorney, general bar as betrayed his oath to uphold the law, and defend the constitution. And today we are voting to hold him accountable. Louisiana Republican Mike Johnson moving today. The whole the G, and contempt is not only premature unprecedented and unwarranted. Frankly, his shameful. Republicans say the report contains protected grand jury information, Jim the New York Times got a chance on ten years worth of President Trump's federal tax returns mid eighties. Mid nineties reportedly showing he lost more than a billion dollars during that decade. CBS news business analyst. Just lessons. The president tweeted this morning that real estate developers in the eighties and nineties were entitled to write offs and the right of he's really talking about is something called depreciation. So it's not something that you actually, see. It's just saying the IRS says, hey, we know the building is worth a little bit less because of wear and tear, and you can take a tax loss for that. That is absolutely true. I think the issue here is the magnitude of these losses are quite stunning. The president called the times report highly inaccurate Iran threatening resume higher enrichment of uranium and sixty days if world powers failed to restore the terms of that twenty fifteen nuclear deal that the Trump administration has pulled out of CBS's David Martin says the US is making its own threats in response making very open and unmistakable frets that if Iran tries anything the US will use all of its forces.
"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..
"jim chenevey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Jim Chenevey CBS news when you think of our neighbors to the north usually think cold, but a new Canadian government report indicates the country is leading the way in global warming. The report says the Canada is warming at twice the rate of the rest of the world. According to the report, Canada's average temperatures have increased three point one degrees Fahrenheit since nineteen forty eight about double the global average Budd Mishkin CBS news now here. Stay up to the minute AccuWeather forecast. Ireland contracting, call one eight hundred new roof or visit Ireland contracting dot com. Partly cloudy and cold early this morning. A low of twenty seven later today times of clouds and sunshine milder afternoon with a high of fifty four mostly clear Tuesday night, low thirty five Wednesday, lots of sunshine and nice with a high fifty eight rocky weather, I'll meteorologist Dave Bowers on NewsRadio ten twenty Katie k. Now, it's Red Eye Radio. Gary McNamara and Eric Harley talk about everything from politics to social issues and news of the day whether Europe lead or just starting your day. Welcome to the show from pilot flying j studios. This is Red Eye Radio. All across America and the world eight six six ninety Red Eye. Good morning. We hover. We hover above. Yeah. We're not just national or global. Will your Red Eye Radio? Did I just do a banking commercial? I think so. Well. What's anything to talk about? No. Going on there. Never is. Is is the Phil Mickelson would lend me one hundred bucks. Man. That was the best story that was the best in case. You haven't heard..
"jim chenevey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jim Chenevey CBS news when you think of our neighbors to the north usually think cold, but a new Canadian government report indicates the country is leading the way in global warming. The report says the Canada is warming at twice the rate of the rest of the world. According to the report, Canada's average temperatures have increased three point one degrees Fahrenheit since nineteen forty eight about double the global average. But Michigan CBS news. Watch never stops. On Detroit's number one. News Radio nine fifty w w j good morning. Thank you for joining us. It's Wednesday April third twenty nineteen. I'm Jim fuse for WWE. Newsradio nine fifty. We'll have a partly cloudy sky early this morning and then a pretty windy day on Samp later today. The complete AccuWeather forecast is coming up that's meteorologist Brian Thompson right now, it's clear and forty one for Detroit. Wwl news time four zero five while the measles outbreak for Oakland County continues to grow the Michigan department of health and human services now confirming four additional cases of the highly contagious disease bringing the total number two thirty three in Oakland County. Also won four Wayne County the youngest patient. Just eight months old. There have been nearly four hundred cases in fifteen states the highest number since nineteen Ninety-one. Michigan health officials say they're working closely with the counties to identify any possible exposure sites. Mccone county man is arraigned for the murder of his mother in northern McComb county last week. As Sandra McNeill reports come county prosecutor Eric Smith is charged to forty two year old Christopher Steele. And what he calls the vicious and brutal murder of his sixty three year old mom snus says Casteel was drinking heavily with his mom and her trailer home in Bruce township near thirty three mile road and Van Dyke. Fight broke out. He says beat his mother to death with a baseball bat. Smith says the topsy shows the victim suffered horrific injuries to her brain and internal organs along with nine broken. Ribs, gets you could get up to life in prison if convicted of second degree murder a judge denied bond, Sandra McNeill, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty Sterling Heights. Police still on the lookout for one suspect with two other men already in custody following an early morning road rage incident yesterday that led to two separate police chases, including one in a stolen police car the nine one one calls included word of shots fired. And when responding Sterling Heights police officers saw the two vehicles involved the driver of a dodge Durango with front end damage. But the Ford fusion he was pursuing which had damage.
Surgeon "astonished" by cancer case amid FDA breast implant review
"Are breast implants safe new study that looks at that CBS correspondent Jim Chenevey tells us about expert panel assembled by the FDA has been meeting this week to discuss the latest evidence about health, risks and complications related to breast implants. Recent studies have confirmed a link between the implants and a rare form of cancer are also widespread concerns that implants can contribute to other chronic ailments. The panel is hearing from researchers plastic surgeons patients and manufacturers so far the FDA is not proposing any new restrictions or
Alexa, CBS And Jim Chenevey discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Level the world's first genderless. Artificial intelligence CBS correspondent, Jim Chenevey tells us about today's digital assistance from Syria and Alexa, to those GPS units have voices that are gender specific, male or female. Now, a group of researchers has come up with a gender neutral voice. They call queue. It has a pitch between one hundred forty. Eighty five and one hundred seventy five hurts deemed as neither exclusively female, nor male. It was tested on nearly five thousand people and given a politically correct thumbs up its developers say assigning, a male or female voice to a assistant just reinforces stereotypes, Chipman shanavie CBS news. I went to the website get got a sample of Q here. Genderless artificial intelligence to see if you can tell. Hi, I'm q-, the world's first generalists voice assistant think of me like Siri or Alexa. Neither male nor female, okay. Male or female to you. Care about the accent. Oh, the gender. My voice was recorded by people who need that anti male, nor female, and then also to sound neutral, putting my voice between one hundred and forty five hundred and seventy five hundred I'd say that's pretty neutral right there in the hurts level are
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
"Super blood wolf moon" to light up the sky
"You'll. Will be able to see lunar treat in the sky and a few days if mother nature cooperates CBS reporter, Jim Chenevey, explained sky watchers, you're in for a treat this weekend. As a super blood wolf moon lunar eclipse will be visible across North America weather permitting Sunday night. The full moon will be a superman, meaning it sits at its closest point to earth in its monthly orbit. And this month's moon is called the wolf moon add into that the red glow effect caused by a total lunar eclipse, and there you have it a super blood wolf moon for the US viewing will range from the beginning to the
Politicians cannot block social media foes: U.S. appeals court
"Studio gets the thumbs down from the nation's highest court. The supreme court declined to consider reviving a lawsuit by actress Olivia too heavily. Against twenty-first-century Century, Fox accusing the studio falsely portraying her in a miniseries about a famous feud between fellow actresses Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. The one two year old to Haviland contends the series damage to reputation by portraying her as a gossip and a hypocrite the series feud aired in two thousand seventeen the case was thrown out by California state appeals court last year on first amendment grounds. Jim Chenevey, CBS news, even more bragging rights. We'll take it for eagles nation. Tv ratings NFL's wildcard round were significantly up this year. The NFL says an average of twenty eight point four million people watched the four wildcard match-ups up twelve percent over last year and particular the final game of the weekend. The four forty eastern time matchup on Sunday between the Chicago Bears and defending world champion. Philadelphia. Eagles was watched by thirty five point nine million people making it the most watched wildcard game on record Sunday's bears. Eagles matchup peaked at forty five point one million viewers during the final. Nine minutes in which the bears missed a last second field goal. The league says that game was also the most watched television show period since last year Super Bowl. Fifty two digital streaming of the games. Also was up one hundred thirty nine percent over last season. I'm John Stolnis. Late night comedy, stump at one that certainly is raising awareness. Jimmy Kimmel is doing his part to help federal employees affected by the government shutdown. It's unfortunate that these people. These workers will have nothing to do with this ridiculous wall aren't getting paychecks especially right after the holidays. So I wanted to do our part to pitch in tonight and every night until the shutdown is over we're going to put a federal employees to work here at the show, and we were going to. It started last night with a prison guard from a complex in victorville, California. John Kostelic sat in with the show's band and got paid for it that piper CBS news.
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
Los Angeles bishop resigns over sex abuse as crisis spreads
"Heads of the world's bishops conferences to attend the Vatican meeting. The organizing committee has urged participants to meet with victims of abuse before they travel to the February meeting Sabina Castell Franco's CBS news ran a reality TV star who's just reached legal age is close to becoming a billionaire. Eric is Richard celebrities list is out and rounding out the top five is a tie at number five between Kylie Jenner. During of this and Jay z jenner's nine hundred million dollar net. Worth puts her on track to become the youngest self made billionaire ever the twenty one year old runs, Kylie cosmetics and owns one hundred percent of the barebones business. Jay ties at nine hundred mil his worth up from last year. Thanks to stakes in a champagne company and music streaming service title in front of them are Michael Jordan Oprah Steven Spielberg and with a net worth of five point four billion dollars Star Wars creator, George Lucas Matt piper. CBS news technology could come to the rescue of disturbed dogs. Dogs are frightened by loud noises, thunder fireworks, gunfire all consent pets cowering under the bed. Some owners resort to drugs to get their dogs to relax, but Ford has a better idea. The automaker has taken the same noise. Cancelling technology that makes its SUV's quieter to create a noise canceling doghouse. This is high tech kennel is outfitted with a system of microphones that did check loud noises, then feed the same noise. One hundred eighty degrees out of phase to mute the blast. The kennel is also outfitted with Sean proofing and features an automatic door. So the dog can quickly take shelter. Jim Chenevey CBS news, the fed announced. It's raising interest rates and the markets are headed lower. Bloomberg brings us up to date next. WBZ news time one fifty four. There are lots of ads out there for home security systems,
Stair test may predict your risk of dying of heart disease, cancer, study finds
"I'll try to walk quickly up four flights of stairs. Can't do it. The five year study of nearly thirteen thousand people found that those who struggled with the stairs were three times more likely to die from heart disease and twice as likely to die from cancer. The key to the test is being able to get up the four flights of stairs without stopping for a break. Jim Chenevey CBS news reports from
Chinese scientist claims world's first gene-edited babies, amid international outcry
"Is, gene editing. Where are we in terms of what has been proven scientifically? So as an in vitro research tool, it's fine. But actually trying to produce babies with this technique. It's far too early for this to be done safely in general. There's still a lot about knowns about what the risks are and about what the air rates are. And if you were going to go forward doing this. This is a particularly poor choice and a lot of ways for for target because it's not obvious that it would confer any real benefit to the children who are being born. But it does expose them to significant risks. Professor my right that the technology behind all of this is sort of coming to four right now. And it it's not a matter of if this can be done because there is seems to be some dispute as to whether or not this actually was done, but scientifically speaking, it's feasible. I think at this point the primary reasons why we haven't tried to produce children who are generically engineers are primarily ethical and policy rather than scientific it's not obvious that this individual has succeeded in doing it. And in fact, I think there's a lot of reasons to be skeptical of his claims that being said the technical ability to be able to create altered embryos has already there. And then the next step would be to try and create children with them. However that is such a large step, and with significant risks associated with it that requires a great deal of spot concerned oversight consent, all of the things that seem to be missing in that particular research that was undertaken in China and not to overstate the obvious. But if you do this in vitro, you don't know how the child's going to grow up, right? You don't know the implications. That's correct. It's going to be an experiment that that's been true. For a lot of reproductive technology. The first in vitro fertilization, the first uses of of sperm injections or a lot of those attempts to try and create babies new as we're all researching all experiments to see if they could work in many of them have been successful. It is possible that it's going to be a we're going to be able to one day to be able to safely produce alterations. But one reason why researchers and scientists and the ethics community are so concerned is when you talk about germ line, interventions, this is the change in the particular child that you're altering. It's also a change in future generations. I wanted to ask you a little bit more about the ethics community to what degree do you all work together? Internationally, in other words, this stories came out of China. Will there be political pressure from around the world? I'm sure there. Well, there's already even within China. A large group of scientists who signed a statement criticizing this announcement and the academic institution that these scientists was associated with has already suspended him in conducting an investigation into his activities. I think one of the things this highlights is one of the challenges in this area. Is that the technical expertise needed to do this come from a variety of fields in this particular? Scientists is a physicist is American advisors. Physicists these are all people coming from a background. That's really not very well steeped in human subjects research protection, and like sorts of considerations. That are usually brought to bear. And it highlights the importance of really hadn't people who have that kind of knowledge background and experience to know what it takes to actively conduct research on human subjects that was David Magnus. A professor was Stanford center for biomedical ethics. Report is out on contact sports and young kids a latest from CBS news correspondent Jim Chenevey. He has the details. A new study suggests that just one season of playing football or other contact sports can damage the brain development, and researchers at the university of Texas says not just concussions causing the damage, but lesser blows to the head that cumulatively weaken the links between nerves disrupting the brain's ability to clear away dead tissue, and reducing a
"jim chenevey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Let's try to go back to w w j Stephanie Davis just casting her ballot in Detroit this morning. Stephanie. Hey, good morning. Roberta Tom, I IM here on the east side of Detroit at Marcus Garvey, academy of the line was a little long when I got in the line at six fifty five. I think about twenty five or thirty people in front of me, and then maybe five or ten more behind me. And once inside the line was be the longer. We were standing there, and they were taken our ideas, and the step that they take to swipe your license is I think a new one this year, and that has taken a few minutes there because it wasn't swiping all the way. And so they had to do that over a couple of times, but the ballot is long, of course, that took a little time. But all in all I think I spent about forty five minutes inside casting my ballot. Stephanie davis. Appreciate it very much. Thank you. And you're likely to do the same thing. Watch out for the weather conditions today. We're expecting blustery conditions with wind gusts about forty five miles per hour later this afternoon. Michigan state police trooper is recovering after his patrol. L car was hit along. I ninety four last night. This happened near little MAC and Roseville. Just after eleven o'clock that trooper was sitting in the cruiser in the right lane providing coverage for wreck further up the freeway. That's when a driver lost control hit the car before sliding, and hitting another vehicle to women inside that car that trooper and the driver were all treated for minor injuries. Souls are open until eight o'clock tonight. We'll check your money next w w j news time seven fifty four across Michigan law enforcement, imperative agree. Yes, I'm Leslie Cockburn. I'm running for congress, and I approve this message. Denver Riggleman is too extreme.
Could gum, bottled water and pizza bagels get 'healthy' label from FDA?
"Part of an overall diet Jim Chenevey CBS news chewing gum on the list. Was it bagel by? Pizza bagels gay. Sure. Well with the help him at Texas icon Austin couple, boy, they're throwing a Halloween party for
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
Sleep-deprived teens more apt to drink, smoke, and have unsafe sex
"At a price tag of around three and a half million dollars. Jim Chenevey, CBS news. Don't get your all's in an uproar. If you're out there driving in the novel, teens asleep less than six hours a night or three times more likely to consider plan or attempt suicide compared to teens asleep, eight hours or more as according to a new study published in the journal JAMA pediatrics which finds a link between
"jim chenevey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Jim Chenevey. Will there be a hearing Monday on sex allegations against the Breen court nominee? Brad Kavanagh some question as Republicans say they have yet to hear whether the accuser will attend president says Brett Cavanaugh is anxious to appear before the committee. I don't know about the other party. Senate Judiciary chaired Chuck Grassley says he still hasn't heard from Christine Blasi Ford. Democrats say the hearings should be more robust more witnesses and take place only after the FBI investigates Blasi Ford's allegations. But Mr. Trump says he won't ask the FBI to talk to the parties because they don't want to be involved if they wanted to be I would certainly do that. But as you know, they say, this is not really their thing. Stephen Portnoy, CBS news. The White House is simmering trade war with China escalated again today with Beijing announcing new tariffs on sixty billion dollars in US goods and follows President Trump's announced tariffs on two hundred billion more in Chinese products to take effect on Monday CBS. S's ouija Jiang the White House who certainly already prepared for this. In fact, in the statement in which President Trump announced these new tariffs, which would be the second set that go into a play against China. They also said if China actually retaliates we are prepared for a third round of tariffs on China on two hundred and sixty seven billion dollars of additional imports, Wall Street shrugging off the news. The Dow up three quarters of a percent. The death toll has increased again from what was hurricane Florence Virginia man killed when his vehicle was washed away in high water that brings the overall death toll to at least thirty four twenty six of those in North Carolina where ROY Cooper is governor three hundred forty three thousand people approximately or without power. And first responders have reported rescuing and evacuating more than twenty two hundred people in five hundred seventy eight animals in rescues are continuing more from correspondent Jim Krasula in Fayetteville as the Cape. Fear river.
"jim chenevey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"I'm Jim Chenevey. Will there be a hearing Monday on sex allegations against supreme court nominee? Brad Kavanagh some question as Republicans say they have yet to hear whether the accuser will attend president says Brett Cavanaugh is anxious to appear before the committee. I don't know about the other party. Senate Judiciary chaired Chuck Grassley says he still hasn't heard from Christine Blasi Ford. Democrats hearings should be more robust with more witnesses and take place only after the FBI investigates Blasi Ford's allegations. But Mr. Trump says he won't ask the FBI to talk to the parties because they don't want to be involved if they wanted to be I would certainly do that. But as you know, they say, this is not really their thing. Stephen Portnoy, CBS news, the White House simmering trade war with China escalated again today with Beijing announcing new tariffs on sixty billion dollars in US goods and follows President Trump's announced tariffs on two hundred billion more in Chinese products. To take effect on Monday CBS, as we JJ the White House certainly already prepared for this impacting in the statement in which President Trump announced these new tariffs, which would be the second set that go into play against China. They also said if China actually retaliates we are prepared for a third round of tariffs on China on two hundred sixty seven billion dollars of additional imports, Wall Street shrugging off the news. The Dow up three quarters of a percent. The death toll has increased again from what was hurricane Florence of Virginia man killed when his vehicle was washed away in high water that brings the overall death toll to at least thirty four twenty six of those in North Carolina where ROY Cooper is governor three hundred forty three thousand people approximately or without power, and I respond IRS had reported rescuing and evacuating more than twenty two hundred people in five hundred seventy eight animals in rescues are continuing more from correspondent Jim Krasula in Fayetteville as the. Cape. Fear river.
Some very confused Willie Nelson fans are surprised he's supporting Texas Democratic Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke
"State university to offer low cost degrees to students pursuing degrees in business administration psychology sociology criminal Justice and fire and emergency Services Administration both schools belong to the frontier set. It's a program underwritten by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Jim chenevey. CBS news, some Willie Nelson fans are no longer singing the praises now lives this after the rockers said he
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
Lab-grown lungs transplanted into pigs
"News if you're on an organ. Transplant waiting list it can be a long rough. Wait that's especially true for people needing lung transplant says donor lungs, are hard to come. By now. There may be new hope. Thanks to new research being conducted at. The university of Texas medical center at Galveston scientists there has successfully created. A new lung for a pig using the animal's own. Cells and that idea is not. New creating new organs from the recipients owned cells is something of a holy grail in medicine such Oregon's would significantly reduce the risk of, rejection of these organs often fail because they. Do not properly developed blood vessel networks but. Researchers at UT EMC have used a new method to build pig lungs that not. Only filled with air but continued to grow, after transplant, developing those blood Vessels it could be great news. For the nearly fifteen hundred, people currently awaiting lung transplant in the
Video Game Sales See A Huge Increase During First Half Of 2018
"Either an exciting business development or a sign of the demise of civilization spending on. Video games is way way up I'm Geoff Colvin. Of fortune magazine within side business this year is shaping up to be. Phenomenal for the video game industry total consumer spending on games in the US was up forty percent in this year's first half. To nineteen point five billion dollars this is not. A young industry far from it so. A forty percent increase is astounding most of that surge, came from spending on game. Software which total seventeen billion, dollars mobile games grew the most but spending on video game hardware hit a seven-year high in the year's first half and hardware spending generally rises much higher in the. Second half during the holiday season the spending surge is only likely to increase with the release of red dead redemption to set to release. October twenty six from rockstar games Creators of grand theft. Auto anticipation of the new game is. Running exceptionally high among players and other retailers are scheduling, the release of their big. Titles so they're not caught, in the retail blast zone of red dead among the games creating the biggest financial impact this year are of course fortnight plus activision perennial hit candy crush Ubisoft far. Cry five the best selling console game of the year so far and Sony's God of
"jim chenevey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Correspondent Jim Chenevey explains. The blue lights produced by LED's in. An ever increasing number of electronic gizmos they're cool to look. At but is that light hurting your eyes. Scientists at the university of Toledo in Ohio founded. Blue light can. Permanently damage a. Person's vision through macular. Degeneration it's one of the leading causes of. Blindness that up until now it's affected mostly older. People, this research shows that the molecules of retinal a form of vitamin a. That helps us e turn. Into cell killers when they interact. With. Blue light Jim Chenevey CBS news Time again for traffic and. Transit normally twos the major arteries first Steinhardt and vascular institute in matters, of the heart tr- sign Stein turnpike eastbound still jammed from Valley. Forge Norristown. We have an accident in the right lane southbound northeast extension, jam just south of Lansdale that's a crash in, the right lane northbound northeast extension still slow ride around Lansdale interchange in the. Ongoing construction zone Schuylkill, expressway still busy, eastbound between the, blue route to Belmont jams up again from Montgomery drive the south street on the. Westbound, side the Schuylkill some heavy volume ties you up. Approaching bear avenue to the vine generally slow from the boulevard out to the to the Bluebird Bluebird that southbound a little, bit sluggish from upper Darby to route one the northbound side a slow from the, Schuylkill expressway up to the county toll plaza both sides of the. Vine shirt expressway a little bit sluggish from end to end that's all traffic volume on ninety. Five the biggest slow spots are southbound from the airport to the blue route and then it's northbound sluggish from the Delaware line of the Commodore Barry. Bridge and then jammed Right around the Ben Franklin bridge heading into New Jersey still jammed the length on the Walt Whitman bridge forty two freeway southbound slow was short, traffic from the Walt Whitman down the lower landing road to ninety five south still slow approaching exit fifty two up in Burlington county that is police. Activity and then farther south onto ninety. Five slow from the.
"jim chenevey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Complex jim chenevey cbs news he would have been inside 505 a bill has now been introduced in the senate that would undo the fcc sees repeal of net neutrality by two faces almost impossible odds in the house in with president trump they were w tech editor ian bush reports democrats are looking to make internet access a big political issue in the upcoming midterm elections called after net neutrality they come after are freed on the fight card was senator cory booker calls powerful financial interests broadband providers like comcast and rizon versus the rest of us we let them come after what is most dear and precious to us or we can stand up and fight dozens of his fellow democrats on capitol hill joined with reps from activist groups to call for one more vote to allow senate passage of the bill lead sponsor ed markey of massachusetts won't admit to pessimism over its path beyond the chamber but he does have at least one eye on this becoming an energizing force on election day it's going to inject itself as a major in determining factor is to help millennials in our country vote ian bush kyw newsradio kyw news time 507 it's over the eyewitness weather five day forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger and yet another very mild day ahead of us vacated but it doesn't look like it's going to be as quite as nice as it was yesterday not quite as nice but still pretty decent day here carleen only start to see the clouds already building the satellite is starting to fill up a little bit more than it was able to at all yesterday so you will see more clouds but i think that's actually gonna make for a really pretty sunrise that said today's high eventually hits 59 degrees it's obviously mild a we are about 10 plus degrees above average with that value and tonight also remains mild with a blanket of clouds overhead dipping to forty two but those clouds are a sign of things to come you probably her the rumor about a coastal storm system brewing and yes it's true it's headed our way year for the second half of thursday through much of friday but we start off tomorrow i think with it all in all pretty quiet morning commute so that draws the long straw for the best commute of the day tomorrow though when those rain showers get underway.
"jim chenevey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The news watch never stops on newsradio nine fifteen two the wta nobody wjr news time is ten forty one kid an impending british royal wedding spark a diplomatic incident with the us cbs's larry miller explains the sun newspaper reports the british government is concerned prince harry and his fiancee megan marco might invite the obamas to their may wedding but not president trump which might strain the transatlantic relationship ask about inviting the former president prince harry was royally diplomatic under the vote some the rim of the the influence of instance the goodness knows wound everyone's prince harry did say he and mr obama i share many of the same views larry miller cbs news london as 2017 winds down cbs news correspondent jim chenevey remember some of the actress is that we lost this year luke kuhn were on mary tyler moore could she left us this year as did della reese who brought a little heaven to tv and island gained just like andrew and rafael barbara hale was the perfect secretary she kept lawyer perry mason in line down just stand there goosen audiences may not have known june foray by site but they sure recognized her voice on cartoon and thank you erin moran joni you get over there by the stands now no giving fans some happy days jim chenevey cbs news this year marked the death of grunge rocker us and soundgarden front chris cornell w w j c a sandra mcneill talks about the 52 year olds suicide in may in detroit he was the man with the incredible voice singing songs that revealed his personal demons struggles with drugs and of aggression the chris cornell was a survivor of the grunge genre that had taken the lives of so many like her cockbain scott weiland the seemed to have it altogether but the video for one of his last hit song shows core now being hanged that was the manner of his death by suicide in his mgm grand hotel room after his final show at the fox psychologist spill lance a serious as those prone to hide things mayor pierre to take some drastic action without any warning are usually looking back you can see there were signs some things of the show said something seen dogs and he performed in my time of dinosaur seeing a lot of legal took that as a sign that he was gonna hailed a leave us that night but he did that on.
"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.
"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.
"jim chenevey" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Cbs's jim chenevey degree for settling in after days of wildfire devastation in northern california at least seventeen people have died because of those fires and thousands of homes and businesses have been destroyed some people have lost their lives lotta people have lost their property many have lost their business all of us have lost something in the last couple of days and a rosier mayor chris corsi correspondent daniel nottingham says the fame wine country of northern california has been hit especially hard numerous wineries like the paradise ridge winery in cinema county also went up in flames along with nearly one hundred thousand bottles of wine wanted people officer house mostly things we can rebuild this fire officials hope improved weather conditions will help them contain some of these fires in the meantime cruiser neighborhoods putting out hotspots and trying to protect the homes that are still outstanding harvey weinstein the nowfired hollywood mobile facing a growing number of allegations of sexual ressmann and even rape is reportedly hopping on his private jet tonight in heading off to europe tmz says weinstein is reportedly seeking rehab for a sex eviction of his jetting off in the night has some wondering if he's getting out of the us while the getting is good loyola law professor laurie levenson says of weinstein is pulling up polanski in may be in for a surprise he actually gets charge back here he can either voluntarily return and face charges earthy death and we have extradition treaty hurt most nations including and we would file charges we would go to iran and asked that under the treaty he'd be returned care for prosecution the day before his 1978 sentencing none of sex conviction fame director roman polanski fled to france where he is a citizen and protected from extradition he's lived there and in poland ever since the us air force flew to be one bombers over the korean peninsula tuesday part of a drill that was more of a show of force amid speculation the north is preparing another couldn't another missile large cbs news military consult my clients every time they habitat they create the opportunity to do something wrong if they decide to go after a target and don't hit it there could be a situation that could cost you at the half the responded i think that's what people are concerned about time inc scale back publication.