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Anonymous donor gives $40 million to fund 50 civil rights lawyers
"There will be a new generation of civil rights lawyers thanks to a sizable anonymous donation. The end of Lacey P. Legal Defense and Education Fund is starting a $40 Million scholarship program to support a new generation of civil rights lawyers dedicated to pursuing racial justice across the south. The money from a single anonymous donor will put 50 students through law schools around the nation. Correspondent Jim Chris Sula
Rare Mickey Mantle card sells for record-breaking $5.2 million
"Mantle baseball card is sold for a record price, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ula It was quite a score for actor Rob Go. He has paid $5.2 million for 1952 Mickey Metal baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carded 2018 for just under $3 million. There are only six of the 1952 mantle cards still in existence
1952 Mickey Mantle baseball card sells for record $5.2 million
"You should hung onto those old baseball cards. Here's one This Mickey Mantle card. It was quite a score for actor Rob Go. He has paid $5.2 million for a 1952 Mickey Metal baseball card like a splintered bat that shattered a five month old record for the highest selling sports card of all time. Former NFL linemen Evan Mathis sold the same carted 2018 for just under $3 million at CBS's Jim Chris Schuler. It is believed there are only six of those 1952 mantle cards still in existence for away we had the
Trump to honor head coach of the New England Patriots with Presidential Medal of Freedom
"Of black residents in the day. Should correspondent Jim Chris Ola reporting Donald Trump today gives out another presidential medal of freedom to one of his most vocal supporters, this time Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio Correspondent Karen Travers says there will be another medal ceremony later this week. President Trump Plans to present the Medal of Freedom to New England Patriots football coach Bill Belichick on Thursday. Ballot check supported the president during the 2016 campaign and has visited the Trump White House after the Patriots won the Super Bowl. One Democratic congressman from Massachusetts, said Monday morning the Bella check should quote, do the right thing and refused the Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor. Representative Jim McGovern said. Quote to
Minority-owned companies waited months for loans, data shows
"Proves what some companies have been saying for months now, CBS's Jim Chris Sula, thousands of small businesses owned by minorities worth the end of the line and the government's covert 19 relief program, Many such businesses struggle to find a banks that would accept their applications or were disadvantaged by terms of the program. The relief effort that ran from last May to August paid out five million loans worth $525. Billion. U. S.
42 West Virginians expecting the vaccine given the wrong shot
"A mistake in covert 19 vaccinations in West Virginia. Here, CBS's Jim Chris hula more than 40. People received the wrong shot. When they went to get their covert 19 vaccine at a clinic and Boone County, West Virginia. They received the Regeneron antibody product instead of the Moderna vaccine, according to the West Virginia National Guard. Guard. Medical Medical experts experts don't don't believe believe there there is is any any risk risk of of harm harm to to those those who who receive receive the the antibody antibody treatment, treatment, which which is is designed designed to to prevent prevent people people with with covert covert 19 19 from developing more severe illness.
Dick Thornburgh, ex-Pa. governor and US attorney general, dead at 88
"Former Pennsylvania and federal official has died. Former U. S Attorney general and Pennsylvania Governor Dick Thornburgh has died of an undisclosed causes at the age of 88. He built a reputation as a crime busting federal prosecutor in Pittsburgh and one prays for his handling as governor of the three mile island. Partial nuclear meltdown in 1979. Thornburg lead an investigation into a controversial report by CBS News 60 minutes. President George W. Bush's service in the Texas Air National Guard questions of Bought. The report led to Dan Rather being removed his anchor of the CBS Evening News, Jim Chris Schuler, reporting
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"Second does has started to shift. In the meantime, Colorado announced it will begin to vaccinate seniors over 70 years old Connecticut is expected to announce its vaccination plan next week. There are growing tensions in the Persian Gulf. CBS's David Martin Ah U. S military official says the intelligence indicating Iran his planning an attack against U S forces or interests. Mark the one year anniversary of the killing of custom Sulamani is very real. So the money was Iran's most famous and powerful general. And this weekend will mark one year since he was killed by an American drone strike. Missouri Senator Josh Holly says he will challenge the electoral college results next week when Congress is set to certify the results. CBS is Paula read Holly's objection won't change the outcome, as noted today by the president elect spokeswoman Regardless of whatever answer anyone is up to on January 6 president elect bite It will be sworn in on the 20th. But Holly's move will force both the House and the Senate to vote on whether to accept Mr Biden's victory, putting Republicans in the awkward position of siding with the president or the will of voters. The U. S census results will be delayed. CBS's Jim Chris Sula, the Census Bureau plans to announce it will miss a year a deadline for providing numbers used to allocate congressional seats. The delay could impact President Donald Trump's efforts to exclude people in the country illegally from the count. If Figures aren't in before President elect Joe Biden takes office in the NBA last night, another glass ceiling broken when a woman briefly became head coach Becky Hammon took over for San Antonio's Gregg Popovich. When he was each did honestly, in the moment. I was just trying to win the game. I I say this a lot. But I try not to think about the huge picture in the huge aspect of it because it can get overwhelming. Lakers were a bit overwhelming..
Ohio parents of boy who killed himself over bullying can sue educators, court rules
"In Ohio who committed suicide after being bullied is moving forward. A federal appeals court has ruled The parents of an eight year old boy who killed himself after being bullied at school can proceed with the lawsuit against the Cincinnati Ohio school district. The court said Gabriel Taste parents had established reckless behavior that prevents school officials from getting government immunity for their handling of the 2017 case. Jim Chris Cillizza CBS News
Second officer observed no threat from Andre Hill before shooting
"There's new information about the fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer in Ohio correspondent Jim Chris Sola HAZ de totally released Records show. An officer on the scene of last week's fatal shooting of a black man by a white police officer in Columbus, Ohio, did not see threats before a fellow officer fired 47 year old Andre Hill was shot and killed by Officer Adam Coy, who has been dismissed body Cam video shows Hill walking toward the officers with a cell phone and his left hand. Flyaways right hand was not visible. The fired officers said Hill had a gun in his hand, but none was
West Point faces worst cheating scandal in nearly 45 years involving more than 70 cadets
"Top Military academy is dealing with its worst academic scandal in more than 40 years. Correspondent Jim Chris Hula has the details more than 70 West Point cadets have been accused of cheating on an online math exam during virtual learning because of the cove in 19 pandemic of school spokesman says 55 of the Cadets admitted cheating on the calculus exam. Nearly all of them were freshmen and a class of 1200 West Point cadets and
As COVID-19 surges, Los Angeles County hospitals prepare to ration care if needed
"Single day increases in cases and doctors may soon have to decide who gets access to the dwindling number of ICU bed. Many of California's overwhelmed hospitals air setting up makeshift beds for covert 19 patients with the number of coronavirus deaths surging Governor Gavin Newsom's sober, sober reminder of how deadly this disease is and how tragic loss Of every life is but particularly those lives that are lost during the holiday seasons. Some hospitals had hard hit Los Angeles County are formulating emergency plans if they have to limit how many people get life saving care. Jim Chris Illicit Bs new nearly 320,000 Americans dead of
Fraternity Members At Three North Carolina Schools Allegedly Trafficked Over $1.5 Million In Drugs
"Trafficking rings operating on and near three North Carolina college campuses have been broken up. Federal and local authorities are calling it an astonishing drug distribute. Should ring at three North Carolina college campuses. Nearly two dozen people are facing criminal charges stemming from an investigation of drug trafficking at UNC Chapel Hill, Duke University and Appalachian State University. Investigators allege the drug trafficking involved several fraternity houses at the three schools. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sula had that story for us.
Mayor resigns after threats over mask mandate
"In western Kansas, has quit after getting threats over Wearing a face masks. Joyce Warshaw has resigned immediately as mayor of Dodge City, Kansas because of phone and email threats she's received after publicly supporting a mask mandate for Shaw says Despite the threats she doesn't regret voting in favor of the masked bandit, which was approved by the City Council in the community of 27,000 by a 4 to 1 vote in mid November. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Sola says police are investigating the threats against the now former mayor.
COVID-19 Shrinks the Labor Market, Pushing Out Women and Baby Boomers
"There's no inside on the nation's covert 19 labor market. Correspondent Jim Chris Sula looks at the numbers. The shrinking of the labor market because of Corona virus has been especially bad for women and baby boomers. According to unemployment data. It's estimated the U. S Labor force is more than 2% smaller than in February. Ah, loss of nearly four million jobs, experts say many of those lost jobs have been held by women and baby boomers. They emphasize that billions have simply given up
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"Where he was. CBS's Jim, Chris Sula, Idaho, Iowa, Celtic Code and Kansas are all saying positive coronavirus testing rates above 40% with nearly 50% of all those checked and Idaho testing positive for covert 19 daily coronavirus cases now topping 180,000 have nearly doubled in the past month. Dr Anthony Fauci is continuing talks with members of the Biden Covert 19 Task force. Well, I'm going to be meeting today by zoom but by virtually So today will be the first day. Where there will be substantive discussions about the transition between me and the Biden team. He was on the CBS podcast that take out once the future of Attorney General Bill Bar that came up with White House today. Here's CBS is Stephen Portnoy following a Tuesday meeting with the attorney general that aides have described his tents. President won't say he still has confidence in Bill Barr asked me that In a number of weeks from now in the Oval Office. Mr. Trump was asked about bar statement that investigators have found no widespread evidence of election fraud. They haven't looked very hard. Which is a disappointment, to be honest with you. President points to claims being raised by his attorney, Rudy Giuliani, that have been repeatedly rejected by judges. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News on Capitol Hill Discussions still going on about a new covert 19 8 package, Unclear of progress is being made. Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushy for his plan. What can't wait? American workers. American small businesses..
Women in ‘Birth Tourism’ Ring Had 119 Babies on New York's Long Island, Officials Say
"Birth tourism ring Your CBS's Jim Chris Ola, six people have been charged with bilking Medicaid of more than $2 million and taking $750,000 from pregnant women and Turkey who wanted to give birth in the U. S. Women paid up to $10,000 each the AH parade. Asian, based on New York's Long Island led to the births of nearly 120 babies to Turkish women. Since it least 2017. It's beginning to look a lot like
Nasdaq Proposes New Listing Rules in Push for Board Diversity
"One of the major financial markets. NASDAQ has proposed new rules that would require all companies listed on its U. S stock exchange to publicly disclose consistent, transparent diversity information about their board of directors. The leadership group would have to include at least one woman and one minority or someone who identifies as L G B take you that CBS's Jim Chris Solo right now, on
Illinois Authorities Investigate Outbreak At Veterans' Home That Killed 27
"Home. That's being devastated Correspondent Jim Chris Sula State officials are investigating a Corona virus outbreak at a veterans nursing home and Lasell, Illinois. It has left nearly 30 veterans dead and infected some 200 residents and staff members. The current outbreak started late last month. All 16 long term care facilities in LaSalle County, southwest of Chicago, have had Cove it out. Travel could be
Judge rules Breonna Taylor grand jurors may speak about case
"Be going public in the Briana Taylor case correspondent Jim Chris Solo with the story tonight. A judge has cleared the way for grand jurors to speak about the proceedings. The case against Louisville, Kentucky police officers who fatally shot Briana Taylor lawyer Kevin Glow Gahler represents two of them. Neither of our grand jurors are in this for any type of a claim. They're not really seeking that media attention they wanted to contribute to the truth and transparency of this proceeding. None of the officers were charged directly in Taylor's death. One was charged with endangering her neighbors when he opened fire, where a face mask on
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"The chaff in lieu Hana Love Firm studio doing good by doing right. This is Katy K. Radio 56 with passing showers at 12 o'clock. I'm Poul Rasmussen. The federal government is taking legal action against one of the nation's biggest technology companies. CBS's Jim Chris Ula has more. The Justice Department's lawsuit against Google says the company has been breaking the law and using its market power to fend off rivals when it comes to online search engines. That's long. An alleged by lawmakers and consumer advocates. Google controls about 90% of global Web searches. 11 states have joined the federal lawsuit. Google is expected to fiercely opposed any attempt to break up the company. Allegheny County Staley, Kobe at 19 report has 103 new cases and one additional death. The rate of positivity from 756 tests is 13.6% President. Trump returns to Pennsylvania today to hold a campaign rally. In theory this morning, he called for a corruption investigation of Joe Biden, based on reports about what's been found on a laptop said to belong to his son Hunter. CBS is Stephen Portnoy has that two weeks before the election, The president tells Fox News. He wants the attorney general to appoint a special counsel to investigate his opponent got attacked and you got to act fast. He's got to appoint somebody. The president also called for the jailing of the House Intelligence Committee chair Adam Schiff. He ought to be put away or you'll be, you know, something should happen or them. Mr. Trump says he will participate in Thursday night's debate. Despite organizers intend to cut the microphone. When a candidate's allotted time runs out. There's nothing there At this debate, but that's okay. Steven Portnoy. CBS News still no deal in Harrisburg, allowing Pennsylvania counties to pre canvas mail in ballots before Election Day. Of under, Tom Wolfe tells the radio morning show It would speed up the count that night open two envelopes. Somehow they've gotten wrinkle in the mail. They need to smooth them out so that they're ready to go through the scanner. They can't count. But get him get him ready that that takes time Wolf. It's not conceded to Republican demands to allow poll watchers to cross county lines. Last night, the U. S Supreme Court Let's stand a P a high court decision allowing counties to count mail in ballots up to three days after Election Day. The Allegheny County Elections office will be open expanded hours starting Monday, October 26th through Election day. You can see the list of dates and times at Katie radio dot com. A fatal head on collision on the parkway North.
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"Is Jim Chris Ula. I don't have her teacher's been indicted by a grand jury on a murder charge stemming from the death of his father last year. Theater knee, General Gordon MacDonald says 18 year old Joseph Beam was indicted for first degree murder in connection with the death of Jason Beam and Andrew Being has been held without bail since he was arrested last November the day authorities say his father was killed. Whatever first a Massachusetts man charged with shooting his boss and another employee at a Connecticut trucking company claims his handgun discharged by accident. Authorities say. Alan Rosario told Lacey only intended to scare his manager during an argument. He now faces assault and other charges in Tuesday's shooting outside of South Windsor Industrial building. Both of the victims in that shooting were treated and released from the hospital. I'll see. A President Thomas Bach delivers a pep talk to the Japanese government officials as well as local organizer's about the rescheduled 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games. Block talked about the reason for the postponement the Corona virus pandemic, He says a vaccine should be ready for the games next summer. There will be hundreds off millions off houses. Being available already in the first half off off the next Tio back a few details but said the IOC has been in contact with the World Health Organization. Other experts and unnamed pharmaceutical companies were sitting together in one boat. Of the only thing we have to do now is to roll. In the same direction. Surveys show a majority of Japanese companies and the public don't think the Olympics will happen next year or should happen. I made Donahue, a 54 year old Massachusetts construction worker died. His love of black licorice. Maybe one of the causes the unidentified man made about 1.5 bags of candy each day and went into cardiac arrest at a fast food restaurant. He was rushed to a hospital test Their revealed he had dangerously low levels of potassium and key acid. Part of the Licorice. Doctors say the acid can cause the body's mineral levels to get out of sync, even a small amount of licorice and raise blood pressure changes. Certainly coming this Halloween festivities for the kids. The CDC guidelines posing challenges for hosting parties or going trick or treating. But in one South shore business, they're stepping it up trying to make the best of a bad situation. If you're from around these parts, and Halloween is one of your things. Then you know about Barrett haunted mansion. It really has become a rite of passage for so many people. Owner Mary Barrett Costello and her cast of actors have been raising hairs on next for the last three decades with a combination of spine tingling chills and scream inducing thrills. But in 2020, it's just a different ball game. It's just different, so no haunted man. In this year. So merry and her crew have pivoted to a drive in theater with creature double features every Friday and Saturday night with an extra touch of fright you'd expect from the folks at barrettes. So this is what we've come up with people watching scary movies and still being scared by our characters that are roaming the grounds. Kriss Farm a W B Z Boston's NewsRadio smart speakers air.
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"Medical report sponsored exclusively by independence, BlueCross y w medical editor Dr Brian McDonough has this report about Cove in 19. If you've been waiting to have your mammogram, colonoscopy or other preventive screening tests, it's time to think about going in and having the studies done. There are two reasons. The most important is that screening tests are only valuable if they're done in time to catch problems early. The second reason is one of safety hospitals and medical facilities have figured out how to be a safe is possible. My suggestion is that you called us up an appointment, but ask specific questions about safety for you and those around you. There is no doubt that you can have the test you need but don't be surprised that facilities will also be asking you as many questions as you're asking them, and that's a good thing. I'm Dr Brian McDonough KOW news radio. It's 2 18 in North Carolina will start sending out what's expected to be a record number of mail in ballots today for the November election, CBS News correspondent Jim Chris ULA reports. As of now, North Carolina elections officials have received 600,000 availing ballot request. Michael Bitzer teaches political science at Catawba College Numbers just continue to grow at an exponential rate. Karen Princeton Bell heads up the state Board of Elections. This isn't the first time that We've done absentee by mail. It's just the first time we've done it at this bias of the registered voters who have requested a mail in ballot in the state are overwhelmingly Democrats and independents. Jim Krystle, a CBS News, Greensboro, North Carolina. A memorial for Chadwick Boseman in his hometown. CBS's Steve K. Finn has that there was an outdoor showing of the movie Black Panther at a memorial last night for actor Chadwick Boseman in his hometown. Anderson, South Carolina. Deanna Brown Thomas, The daughter of the late singer James Brown, hailed him as the epitome of black excellence. We told them he was a little too. Tell me the gun, but he said, But I'm gonna make you proud. God knows he did. He made us very proud. Bozeman played James Brown and the film Get on up, Anderson's mayor said. Bozman had a tremendous work ethic. Steve K. Thin CBS News, a new insect threat if we didn't have enough to deal with already United Nations says Locusts are threatening up to seven million people in the southern countries of Africa by eating all their food. The country's in southern Africa aren't the only ones facing a locust problem. East Africa has had its own outbreak of billions of desert locus for months now, which The U. N. Food and Agricultural Organization says is unrelated. While these new outbreaks are far smaller, the U. N agency says these outbreaks need quick attention to prevent a wider Food insecurity. Problemas farmers are already struggling to recover from a serious drought from last year. It's 2 20 We have a crash on the Scougall. Stevie would tell us exactly where coming up next It's Cherry, Greg. And this weekend on flashpoint Our Patriot Homecare change maker is hosting a festival designed to.
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"On display in an art gallery in the South. Georgia City. Jim Chris Sula, CBS News Tiger King has reignited interest in the cold case of Don Luis, husband of Carol Bask in one of the stars of the Netflix Syriza Memorial was just held for Louis who disappeared almost 23 years ago. His family is offering $100,000. Wendy Gillette, CBS. 605 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS. We have thunder lightning just about everything for you this morning. Good morning on Jennifer Hodges. Here's what's happening. Now I just said lightning and thunder ripping through the Bay Area right now, The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm warning. It's in place for most of the Bay Area until 6 45 this morning for about 45 more minutes. Weather Service meteorologist Ryan Walburn says they're very worried about the lightning, starting more fires windows in excess of 50 miles an hour in the city. Over 60 miles an hour up in Santa Cruz mountains. And of course, anybody who's up right now is noticing lots of lightning out there. That's one of our biggest threats. Uh, a lot of cloud to ground strikes. We've had over 1000 strikes over the last couple hours. On. We're very concerned about new wildfire starts this morning. Walburn says The storms are expected to calm down later this morning, but then pick up once again with the chance for more lightning. Later today, firefighters in the South Bei er, very busy battling a vegetation fire on brush road in the Redwood Estates area of low scatters that one is currently threatening structures. Caliph IRS reporting the blazes 25% contained. It's already burned three acres so far being driven by high winds, too. But the flames were slowed by some unexpected rainfall in the area caliphate or reports. They've started to evacuate the area around brush road where the fire is burning. Meanwhile, they're also reporting crews responding to seven other vegetation. Fires in Santa Cruz and San Mateo counties will bring you more information on those as we get them. But meanwhile, it is the same story as you had inland, a little bit brushfire burning at this hour in South Livermore. This one's in the area of 5200 of Royal Road. Cal fire in Alameda County. Firefighters are on the scene. Approximately 10 acres air involved there with one structure threatened no word yet as Faras how the fire may have started, But more than likely, we're told it was sparked by lightning, with hundreds of lightening strikes being reported in the past few hours alone..
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"PBS's Jim Chris. Hula reports. Republican governors in Tennessee, Mississippi, South Carolina and Missouri have all resisted calls to close bars and Jim's or issue statewide mask requirements. Health officials in Mississippi in South Carolina are searching for additional hospital beds as covert 19 cases. Search intensive care units in nine of the biggest hospitals in Mississippi are filled to capacity. Jim Priscilla, CBS News Nation, why debts hit 1600? The American Federation of Teacher says its members Khun Strike a school's haven't taken safety precautions. President Randi Weingarten, How dare these governors deny the existence of Covic? How there do they continue? Mishandling Cove it when it comes to kids and two teachers. The White House's taking new steps to limit DACA protection. CBS is Stephen Portnoy Trump administration says it will renew the expiring status of dreamers. On a case by case basis for one year instead of two new applications will be rejected. A White House official says the new legal rationale for ending the program will focus on its negative effect, in particular how it's thought to serve as a magnet for Maury legal crossings. Seattle's mayor confirms federal agents sent to the city to quell protests have now left Negotiations are also underway to remove them from Portland. In a heated hearing on Capitol Hill, Attorney General William Barr defended the deployment correspondent Skylar Henry on Capitol Hill. The hearing was often contentious, Mr Attorney general, You did answer the question you said, under penalty of perjury. I'm gonna answer the damn questions with the two sides even fighting over a break. Could we take a five minute break? Mr. Chairman? Oh, we're almost finished. You're really clouding bar spent nearly five hours testifying. Tonight Iranian military war games or again raising tensions with the US details from CBS's Norah O'Donnell, Iran fired missiles at a mock U. S aircraft carrier..
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"Arrested over the bullying of her child at schools. Jamie rathburne is accused of confronting children who were bullying her third grade son at a Greenville, South Carolina elementary school. She was arrested after police Lord of the confrontation after the woman. Posted a Facebook video ranting about the bullies. She admitted on the video she quote snuck into the school, not right in my actions, but I'm right for saving up for my son, I was upset. I did some stupid and they got me arrested. Rathburne scissors son has been teased hit with the computer and grabbed his throat at school. Jim, Chris, Bs news school principal in the south has gotten a lesson on plagiarism Kenny demoss, couldn't fool Ashton Kutcher fans really three things I wanna share. So it's really three things. The high school principal from Parkersburg west Virginia's been suspended for five days without pay for riffing off the actor speech at the twenty thirteen Nickelodeon, teen choice awards in his address at graduation. That opportunity looks a lot like hard work. I believe that opportunity. Looks a lot like hard work responded, calling imitation, this insidious form of flattery. He was short aside his source. Oscar Wilde Deborah Rodriguez CBS news music star says a restrictive abortion pill is prompted her to donate. The money from her live performance this past weekend. Grandes show on Saturday night in Atlanta was sold out. TMZ says he's donated proceeds of the show to plan parenthood. Georgia is one of the states that pass the fetal heartbeat abortion law. A number of major film and media companies including Disney net flicks. Have suggested that they may avoid productions in states with heartbeat bills this week CEO's of more than one hundred eighty companies signed an open letter arguing state laws, restricting women's reproductive rights are bad for business as for 'Grande. About three hundred thousand dollars is being sent to Planned Parenthood. Piper CBS news on the markets and the day's business news coming up in Bloomberg. The Bloomberg report next WBZ news. Time to fifty three imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates, most banks offer and saying really capital. One is building.
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"Injuries occur to the shooting of the campus of UNC Charlotte Tuesday. Correspondent Jim Chris reports. Swat officials say there are two confirmed dead four injured in the shooter is now in custody hero the campus of the university of North Carolina at Shirley in. What was the final day of school before final exams suspect in the shooting, but inside his twenty two year old trista, Andrew Terrel? But as well as opposition leader wanna quite oh as called for military and popular uprising against nNcholas. Medeiros government. Many of the top commanders, however remain on the sidelines with civilians and some soldiers taking part in battles against security forces in Caracas. Even with the streetfighting Venezuela's UN ambassador. Several mancado insisted government of President Nicolas Madura has defeated all attempts to create a civil war in Venezuela Elliot Abrams. President Trump special Representative for Venezuela says he was caught a bit off guard by Guido saying the expectation was for major protest marches Wednesday. Followed by several Medeiros key people declaring support for the constitution. Renouncing his leadership. I'm Tim Maguire. Democrats say they've ration- agreement with President Trump to spend to Troy dollars on structure. Congressional democratic leaders emerged from a White House meeting saying they had constructive talks with the president on infrastructure. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi come to one agreement that the agreement would be big and bold and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer explained how big and how old who trillion dollars for infrastructure. He said there was goodwill in the meeting with Mr. Trump. And they'll be meeting again in three weeks to talk more specifics about funding..
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"Was a senior political science major from Robbins Ville, New Jersey, Jim Chris Ilda CBS news on the weather. Watch south you can expect an area of rain to become more widespread some showers and some thunderstorms Tuesday. Then by the time, we get to Wednesday Thursday people in the mid Atlantic to the northeast can expect some areas of rain and potentially some gusty winds special on coast forecaster Richard bond, and this is CBS news progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com. Watch never stops. On Detroit's number one news station. Radio nine fifty w w. Saturday evening. Thanks checking in on this March thirtieth. I'm Dana Clark for W w j NewsRadio nine fifteen zero Witter baby over, but we get a little shot a snow here this evening with a Cody to an edge watch for icy spots that complete AccuWeather forecast. Coming up light snow. Thirty three degrees w w j news time eleven oh. Three and early morning. Shootout in Inkster wasn't what did I seem to be Michigan state police say an investigation revealed the alleged victim accidentally shot himself in the leg. But lied to officers saying an unknown suspect had pulled the trigger. He told investigators had happened while he was driving his car near Avondale and middle belt around three thirty. He's in custody at a local hospital facing possible charges a felony firearm, a mysterious death in northern McComb counties. Bruce township which is near Romeo has police looking for answers MSP troopers say they found a sixty two year old woman dead inside her mobile home near Van Dyke and thirty three mile around eight Friday morning. The death is now being investigated as a homicide. One suspect is in custody. An autopsy will be completed on Monday the patience of to metro Detroit. Police officers helped save the life of a distressed man WW days at Clark with that story. The call came in Tuesday night to the Romeo. Police department of a man acting erratically outside of a local business one of their coworkers wasn't acting normal and had said a few things that caused them to think that something wasn't right with them. And they were they had a.
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"The deep south to northern New England. Jim Chris Bs do there are very mixed signals coming. Out of different parts of the government about the most recent information concerning the murder of that Saudi Arabian dissident Turkey, President Trump promises to clear it up in the coming days. He's here's correspondent Errol Barnett. US officials. Tell CBS news the CIA has intelligence indicating crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi, but the State Department clarified that no final conclusion has been made President Trump was briefed on the subject by CIA director Gina hospital and secretary of state Mike Pompeo during his flight to California. We were told that he did not play a role before that briefing. Mr. Trump defended his alliance with the kingdom, although CNN White House. Correspondent Jim Acosta does have his press pass back. First amendment issues raised by the White House, pulling it are not resolved areas. More court action to come as the president. Now says there will also be new behavior. Rules for reporters. Nihil stanage? Covers the White House beat for the hill newspaper. I think to very many people the White House complaint number decorum Tabet like Al Capone stressing the importance of law and order. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. KYW news time is three oh three. Here's your traffic and transit update road closures around the art museum threats inner.
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"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is going to bat for his boss after an anonymous op-ed in the New York Times, it was written by someone who claims to be a senior administration official struggling to keep the president from disastrous. Missteps I find the media's efforts in this regard to undermine this administration, incredibly disturbing. The president tweeting this morning, blaming the fake news media political analyst, Greg Valliere. I think there's going to be an intense search within the White House to find out who did this. I think a level of paranoia and suspicion will persist, but there could be a pro-trump backlash supreme court nominee. Bright cavenaugh spent twelve hours answering questions from lawmakers in the Senate yesterday, he'll be back for a third and final round this morning after addressing issues from abortion to gun control and presidential power a band. Cars and trucks are scattered along major freeway and northern California where a wildfire has burned through timber and brush on both sides. US forest service spokesperson Kerri green, a priority is this fire because of the threat of property because of the closure of interstate five, which is of course, very a main highway to our state doesn't air tankers and hundreds of firefighters are on the scene. Trying to keep the flames at bay. Life has come to a standstill on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido where at least nine people have been killed more than thirty. Others are missing. After a powerful earthquake CBS is Lucy craft near complete shutdown of infrastructure. No trains. No buses. No subways. Cars can't drag because the roads are a mess and the signals aren't working gasping rationed, North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon is reportedly hopeful about what's next with the US CBS, Ben Tracy met with on voice from South Korea. According to the South Koreans. He said that despite difficult. Negotiations. He's still has faith in President Trump and has never spoken. Ill of him. Kim says he wants to end his country's house to relationship with the US by the end of the president's first term in a tweet this past hour, Mr. Trump, thanks Kim. Saying, quote, we will get it done together. Tropical storm, Gordon is gone, but not forgotten. Here's CBS's. Jim Chris.
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"Slave trade is considering at apology for its role and buying and selling people cbs news correspondent jim krasula reports the charleston south carolina city council tonight we'll discuss a two page slavery apology resolution city councilman william gregory as a modern day council at a minimum should recognize the errors of the ways of our predecessors and attempt to make things whole while we can the city hall building where the debate will take place was built by slaves nearly half of african slaves entered the united states through charleston south carolina jim chris cillizza bs do today is june teeth celebration of the end of slavery at five forty eight let's update traffic and weather together on wcbs starting in the traffic center here's dan and westbound queens they're mainstreamed the wrapping up that accident there that was blocking the left lane eastbound jackie robinson parkway and your cypress hill street still working on carrying a crash had the one lane blocked with that cross the east river wrapping up work at queens midtown tunnel frogs nick whitestone looking okay crossed the hudson five to ten at the inbound george washington bridge not even ten nearly at the george washington bridge imbalances looking pretty good lower level find out lincoln doubles more like a five to ten minute wait though and alternate side is in effect forte watch out in new jersey on route eighty westbound there's mercy pothole repairs so westbound to exit sixty two i talked about a lane closed earlier waltz three lanes now some three left lanes are blocked westbound eighty into exit sixty two for the garden state parkway northbound new jersey turnpike car lanes south of the molly pitcher service areas still working on clearing an accident at is taking out the left lane alternate side in effect for today mass transit looking good so far eligible or metro north jersey transit trains to are you hiring with indeed you could post job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started at indeed dot com slash higher next traffic update less than ten minutes on.
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"Matter your skill can transform lives through creative expression jim chris cillizza bs news one of the founding members of the rock band three doors down has been arrested after authorities say they found guns and drugs at his mississippi home home police say they were responding to an alarm at forty six year old todd heralds home his wife told deputies they've been arguing and it turned physical when they arrived and saw what was in the home they obtained a search warrant and arrested herald he's now facing a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance and domestic violence simple assault herald previously served two years in prison for causing a deadly 2013 crash in nashville a new book is telling the story of the last great bison hunt in an effort to restore the animal from the brink of extinction buffalo heartbeats across the plains details the history of the american buffalo and was released this month by north dakota author francey burgh burg says the book is for people who want to dig deeper into the buffalo story and focuses on ten sites throughout western north dakota and south dakota that were teaming with bison until nineteenth century hunters drove the animals close to extinction the national bison association says north america currently has only four hundred thousand bison up only a few hundred since the eighteen hundreds business news coming up next wbz news time one fifty four this is brian wickert owner and chief grilling officer with accurate mortgage you know it's that time of year where you might just put a delicious steak on the grill.
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"Six hundred and emotional performance but when it came to the awards the night's big winner was the band's visit securing best musical while its two main leads katrina lenk tony shalhoub one top acting awards in the musical category wbz news time now ten twenty one orlando police say a man is holding four kids hostage after shooting and seriously wounding one of their officers who was responding to a domestic violence call police chief john meena says that they're now in a standoff situation apartment he has four hostages all children ages from one set in ten and twelve police say the man is suspected a battering his girlfriend she left the apartment before police arrived on the scene one of the three women found dead at a massachusetts home last month is being laid to rest this week a celebration of life for kayla escalante is scheduled for thursday followed by burial of her ashes at saint allah wishes cemetery her body was found on may thirty first at the springfield home of stewart weld and welton is being held onto million dollars bail on two separate kidnapping cases that he has not yet been charged in connection with the bodies that were discovered at his home a tennessee woman is facing two counts of child endangerment cbs's jim chris chris soula explains why sixty two year roleo mommy cheeks of memphis was arrested after a social media post showed her having her two grandchildren riding in small pet kennels in the back of her vehicle police say she told them she did not have room address you for the youngsters who are seven and eight temperatures were in the mid nineties and there was no air conditioning in the back of the vehicle keith remains jailed and is expected to appear in court later today one place breaking news in the highest esteem among its peers get the news at about edward.
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"Jim mattis said as he's encouraged by china's efforts to resolve the north korean nuclear issue from beijing npr's anthony kyun reports the remarks echoed those of president trump speaking at a regional security conference in singapore mattis praised chinese efforts to cooperate with the us and others on north korea but he assailed china's island building in the south south china sea which he said shows china's disregard for international law it contempt brother nation jim chris energy effort to dismiss nonadversarial revolution of victory mattis was asked whether the us pullout from international agreements on climate change in trade threaten to undermine the international order the us claims to be upholding madison plea replied that the trump administration has fresh approaches to these issues anthony kuhn npr news beijing afghan officials are still assessing the death toll from a series of blasts at a funeral in the capital kabul several top government officials and afghan law may corus were attending the ceremony including the country's chief executive abdullah abdullah he has since appeared on live tv saying three suicide bombers detonated their vest as mourners were praying philippine president rodrico the territory's says islamic state militants were not behind friday's casino attack in manila that left at least thirty seven people dead isis has claimed responsibility police say they still don't know the gunmen's identity and their releasing video footage for information this is npr and mrs wnyc in new york i'm david.
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"Defense secretary james mattis says he's encouraged by china's efforts to resolve the north korean nuclear issue his remarks echoed those of president trump has in pierce anthony cute reports from beijing speaking at regional security for in singapore mattis praised chinese efforts to cooperate with the us and others on north korea but he assailed chinese island building in the south china sea which he said shows china's disregard for international law its contempt for other nation jim chris in its efforts to dismiss nonadversarial resolution shen of issues mattis was asked whether the us pullout from international agreements on climate change and trade threaten to undermine the international order the us claims to be upholding madison plea replied that the trump administration has fresh approaches to these issues anthony cunene pr news beijing and you're listening to in pr news the new leader of ireland's biggest political party is set to become the country's first openly gay and biracial prime minister joe suffering reports from dublin 38yearold medical doctor li override car won his leadership contest friday on his way to become the youngest prime minister in irish history the the son of an indian immigrant announced he was gay in two thousand fifteen while campaigning for ireland's historic marriage equality referenda i think if my election as leader in a gale today as shown anything it is the prejudices no hold in this republic what he's been otherwise at odds with centrist and leftwing voters who criticise his conservative views on abortion and economic issues for npr news i'm joe suffering in dublin boulders malta also casting ballots today the parliamentary election there was called by the prime minister again here early he seeking to fend off corruption allegations saying that his wife and some of his associates the pop singer areana 'grande paid a visit today to some young fans who were injured in last month's bombing of her concert in manchester england she's leading a benefit concert which is set for tomorrow's seventeen people have been arrested in connection with the the bombing levin remain in police custody as part of the investigation and the commercial companies space access preparing to give it another shots face sachs planning to launch its first recycled cargo ship to the international space station early this evening yesterday's launch was scrubbed because of the weather on trial snyder this is npr news from washington support.