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Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

KCBS 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 2 months ago

Larry Kramer, playwright and AIDS activist, dies at 84

"Writer playwright author gay rights activists and aids activist Larry Kramer has died of pneumonia at the age of eighty four here's Jim Chevy our reporter once described Larry Kramer as the game worlds leading apostle of unrest certainly he was an active he co founded the group's gay men's health crisis and act up in the nineteen eighties in response to the aids epidemic and Kramer's writings were meant to stir up the audience his play the normal heart portraying the pain of HIV still even though Kramer's set out to be confrontational he told CBS news it was not easy making a full of himself in front of others but you know you kind of think of the greater but Jim Shannon B. C. B. S. news Kramer and his husband architectural designer David Webster have been together since nineteen ninety one they were also a couple back in the seventies act up said the Kramers raids helped inspire a movement and Elton John said today that we've lost a giant of a man who stood up for gay rights like a

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"jim shannon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:55 min | 3 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Of electronic devices Jim Shannon CBS news at about a dozen airports the transportation security administration is preparing to start checking the temperatures of passengers as early as next week amid the cold at nineteen pandemic reportedly the plants are being reviewed by the White House and are subject to change a senior trump administration official says the rollout of the plan is expected to cost less than twenty million and passengers won't be charged a fee Alison Keyes CBS news I'm Alex Trebek here to tell you about the colonial Penn program if your age fifty to eighty five and looking to buy life insurance on a fixed budget remember the three piece three peas what are the three peas the three pieces of life insurance on a fixed budget our price price price price you can afford a price that can increase and a price that fits your budget I'm sixty five and take medication what's my price you can get coverage for nine dollars ninety five cents a month I just turned eighty what's my price nine ninety five a month for you to call now about the number one most popular whole life insurance plans available through the colonial Penn program no medical exam no health questions your acceptance is guaranteed so call now for free information visit colonial Penn dot com that's colonial Penn dot com limited benefit first two years it is very in some state programs under written by colonial Penn life insurance company Alex Trebek is a compensated endorser here's to the minute accu weather forecast brought to you by Ireland contractor call one eight hundred new rule for Ireland contracting dot com clouds and sun this afternoon pleasant up in the mid seventies or maybe a shower early tonight low fifty eight the mostly cloudy for tomorrow couple showers even a thunderstorm a high seventy seven and there could be some rain at times Monday high near seventy four accu weather I'm meteorologist John spherical newsradio ten twenty KDKA the following is an editorial by Entercom Pittsburgh senior vice president market manager Michael spettacoli Pennsylvania's government is failing the citizens of the Commonwealth in a time of crisis some examples is a state health department policy to place patients who tested positive for corona virus and also covered nineteen patients in nursing homes where the pandemic has taken the most lives four hundred thousand people are waiting for the first unemployment check did no one in the wolf administration anticipate almost two million jobless claims or realize the labor and industry department's inability to meet the need now is not the time for bickering name calling or refusing to work together our leaders need to lead voters who want change can register to vote by mail in the June primary election the deadline is may twenty six find the link to register KDKA radio dot com this is been an editorial Entercom Pittsburgh senior vice president market manager Michael spettacoli to view a transcript go to KDKA radio dot com slash editorial sure you know that voice that voice to answer that is not a legendary Patti Austin oh wait do you know this voice not a legendary by any means but I am ninety three nine and this is my weekend this is my Saturday to spend with you good afternoon and welcome selves the reason why I ask about Patti Austin is.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I'm Jim Shannon B. in Putnam County New York president trump says he's putting covert nineteen vaccine development on the fast track ation warp speed the president cash the effort to develop a vaccine before the end of the year as a kid to the Manhattan Project and he says it will involve the military one of accion is ready the U. S. government will deploy every plane drunken soldier required to help distribute it to the American people as quickly as possible he's down to four star army general and a former top pharmaceutical executive to lead the project he later said he's looking at making the vaccine available for free Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House house voting right now on a coronavirus stimulus bill that would pump another three trillion dollars into the economy via state and local governments speaker Nancy Pelosi Congress must honor its responsibility to the American people to lessen the blow of the corona virus minority leader Kevin McCarthy says the bill will be dead on arrival in the Senate this is a political messaging bill that has no chance of becoming law Senate Republicans want targeted stimulus funds going directly to people and things that need New York joined dozens of other states and moving to reopen some businesses mostly upstate and away from the virus hot zones in and around New York City governor Andrew Cuomo residential commercial construction will open indoor construction and outdoor masks must be worn by employees when they're six feet from one another the beach and boardwalk partially re opened today in Rehoboth beach Delaware mayor Paul Kuhns or allowing limited use of both the boardwalk and the beach exercising only on the boardwalk and then exercising and dog walking on the beach is themselves in a rough time for retailers but Michigan reports J. C. Penney has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy the one hundred eighteen year old store joins Neiman Marcus and J. crew as retailers will file for bankruptcy because of the slump in sales caused by the corona virus J. C. Penney missed two debt payments in April and may so Friday's filing was not a surprise to analysts it comes just days after the company disclosed that it gave top executives millions of dollars in bonus pay J. C. Penney has ninety thousand employees but Michigan CBS news no retail sales did hit the skids in April the government recording a sixteen point four percent drop biggest drop since it began tracking the figures in nineteen ninety two economists had expected the drop of about twelve percent on a year to year basis sales were off twenty one point six percent on Wall Street the Dow gaining sixty or a quarter percent to twenty three thousand six eighty five this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it.

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Experts dismiss worry about U.S. 'murder hornets' as hype

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Experts dismiss worry about U.S. 'murder hornets' as hype

"A lot of people are worried about these Hornets they're called murder Hornets but do they really kill humans here's correspondent Jim Shea inspect experts are trying to take the sting out of reports of the so called murder Hornets scientists say the stories that are going around like the murder nickname or just type although some humans have died after being stung by these Asian giant Hornet such cases are extremely rare and unless you're a bee keeper or a honey bee the bugs pose little threat insect experts say the hype reminds them of the seventies scare over Africanized honey bees which were nicknamed killer bees Jim Shannon B. C. B. S.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I'm Jim Shannon B. in Putnam County New York president trump has changed his mind about winding down his administration task force on the coronavirus but he does want some changes CBS's Stephen Portnoy he said he was interested in ending the work of the task force and perhaps starting a new panel focused more on re opening the country then stopping the virus is spread but the president says all that was before he realized how quote popular the task force yes people's we should keep it going so let's keep it going and so what we did in the fall meeting some people too he says he allowed two or three new members to the panel by next Monday Mr trump suggested a few other members might be departing Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington house Democrats are threatening to pursue contempt charges and issue subpoenas to get task force member Dr Anthony Fauci to testify before a house panel next week Majority Leader Steny Hoyer choice I should work just fine I'm bill until he's out you for over thirty five years he is one of the great experts in great just a prince in confronting this virus and he should have been able to testify found she is set to meet with a Senate panel but president trump called the house a set up by trump haters education secretary Betsy devices issues of new policies regarding sexual misconduct allegations on college campuses changing the way schools respond to complaints and ensuring the rights of the accused CBS is Alison Keyes device says the new rule to restore due process in campus proceedings and offer sex assault survivors supportive measures such as no contact orders as well as strengthening protections for survivors but many advocacy groups of critics including the national center for transgender equality said the new rules actually make things easier for alleged offenders they say forcing sex assault survivors to go through a process similar to a criminal trial will significantly deter complaints and make them less likely to come forward Alison Keyes CBS news a gas leak from an industrial plant in southern India has killed at least eight people in second nearly a thousand reporter deeply but Theni this incident happened at three thirty AM local time and the spread all these guys give me the leak is around one kilometer the service initially bowed as well so they are only being evacuated right now people not only supported hospitals latest employment numbers from eighty P. show a record twenty point two million private sector jobs lost in April due to the coronavirus lockdowns occur.

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Facing meat shortages, some Americans turn to hunting during pandemic

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Facing meat shortages, some Americans turn to hunting during pandemic

"X. more people are currently turning to hunting as plant shutdowns have led to some meat shortages with virus related meat shortages Americans are changing more than shopping habits more people are out to bag their meals game and fish agencies across the country are reporting an increase in hunting license sales Indiana has seen a twenty eight percent jump in Turkey license sales during the first week of the season and the quality deer management association is predicting a resurgence in hunting as people consider self reliance and where their food comes from Jim Shannon

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:53 min | 4 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Real reporting I'm Jim Shannon the in Putnam County New York Georgia re open some businesses today governor Brian camp implementing an aggressive plan for ending the coronavirus locked down by permitting barber shops beauty parlors tattoo shops in bowling alleys to reopen my wall did it six not started could I first thought mas logo I gotta pay rent I gotta pay my barbers of money to kill isn't trump was critical of George's plan but has been supportive of state efforts to reopen their economies we're opening our country is very exciting to see we have a lot of talent involved from governors down to full that just stand there and help you with the doors more to come on Monday CBS is Michael George Tennessee governor bill Lee and I will governor Kim Reynolds plan to slowly reopen some businesses next week will stay at home orders were extended in Michigan nationwide total cases are approaching nine hundred thousand while more than eighty thousand people have recovered from cove in nineteen the president today tried to walk back some controversial comments made yesterday CBS's Paul Reid Friesen trump claimed today he was just kidding when he suggested injecting disinfectant to five corona virus but I was asking to start quickly casting a very sarcastic question but there was no trace of sarcasm when he said this Thursday night and is there a way we can do something like that by injection insiders cameras capture Dr Deborah Burke's appearing to wince as the president made those remarks the makers of Lysol issued a statement warning that under no circumstance should are disinfected products be administered into the human body actually supporting the president now plans to pare back his daily coronavirus briefings it may not be happening every day and they'll be shorter in general a navy captain relieved of command of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt maybe getting his job back CBS is Kenny McCormick the navy's top leaders want to reinstate captain Brad crozier after he was relieved of command for appealing for help after a corona virus outbreak on the carrier defense secretary esper was briefed on this decision but hasn't gone along with it instead his spokesman says he'll wait for a written report on the investigation crozier was fired by the acting navy secretary who later resigned another navy ship experiencing a corona virus outbreak the USS Kidd a destroyer has at least eighteen sailors sickened by the virus this is according to the Pentagon specialized medical team has been sent to the ship to do contact tracing and more on site testing on Wall Street today the Dow gained two hundred sixty points or one point one percent to in the week of twenty three thousand seven seventy five nasdaq up one thirty nine this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:14 min | 4 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Jim Shannon V. in Putnam County New York after weeks of lockdown protests are growing and spreading to new cities demanding an industry stay at home orders and close businesses hoping that you might be able to help on this conference call with the vice president audio which was obtained by CBS news Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer said she was worried about protesters gathering together it's just so dangerous to do that Mike pence said he would make a point of reiterating the importance of following governor's orders we want people to adhere to state local leadership but president trump has expressed sympathy for the protesters and urged the liberation of Witmer St Stephen Portnoy a CBS news Washington Maryland governor Larry Hogan says his state will be able to test a half million more people for the coronavirus thanks to the efforts of his wife you me Korean American who negotiated the shipment with south Korean officials the First Lady and I stood on the tarmac at BWI airport to welcome the first ever Korean air passenger plane which had no passengers but which was carrying a very important payload of lab gun cobit nineteen PCR test kits president trump has Maryland already have the testing capacity it needs legislation to pump three hundred billion more dollars into a small business program designed to keep paychecks flowing remains bogged down in politics on Capitol Hill Senate leader Mitch McConnell it's now been four days since paycheck protection program run out of money Republicans have been trying to secure more funding for this critical program are we gonna have now at this hour are democratic college and still prolonging their discussions with the administration of president says he hopes there will be a Senate vote on that bill tomorrow we haven't seen oil prices like this well forever it wasn't the traders were offering to give crude away they were willing to pay to have people take it worried that there would be no where to store it mark vitner of Wells Fargo securities very hard to take oil production down to zero because you have so much fixed cost involved in producing oil is so we're not going to see production completely stop but the man is so weak right now it's down eighty.

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U.S. judge throws out Major League Baseball sign-stealing lawsuit

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. judge throws out Major League Baseball sign-stealing lawsuit

"A popular sports betting website won't cash in from the lawsuit against Major League Baseball in two teams involved in the sign stealing scandal here a federal judge in New York City has thrown out a lawsuit filed by fantasy baseball bettors against major league baseball the Houston Astros in the Boston Red Sox district judge Jed Rakoff ruled that while the Astros and red Sox shamelessly used electronic devices to steal signs statements by the teams in baseball commissioner rob Manfred about the sports integrity did not make them liable to draftkings participants would wagered on the games Rakoff also found no legal obligation for the teams to disclose the practice Jim Shannon B. C. B. S.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KCBS All News

"I'm Jim Shannon good afternoon I'm Patty rising I'm Jim Taylor in for Jeff bell and this portion of the news watch sponsored by D. G. D. G. dot com searching for a new or used car be happy and visit DG DG dot com biggest point drop in the history of Wall Street we haven't seen a percentage drop like this since two thousand and eight stock market continue a free fall today over fears the coronavirus coupled with that oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia who knew the index losing seven percent the S. and P. five hundred for more on what this means for the economy overall and when we can expect to stop the slide we turn to the KCBS ring central news line we're gonna talk with Krystle focus director at the moody's analytics thanks for joining us Chris my pleasure what's going no don't there's not a lot of pleasure right now about this what's going on well what's happening is there is a crisis in confidence and market participants are very concerned that the corona virus fears could manifest themselves into a global recession and they're also very concerned about the prospects for many energy companies given the decline in oil prices and the bleak prospects for recovery in oil prices so you're referring to the price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia that has been going on for a while was was there a foreshadowing of this well they had been previously cooperating for a couple three years and Saudi Arabia proposed a deeper cut to oil production because demand for was lower for awhile from the corona virus and Russia decided not to participate in in a deeper cut and indicated that they would no longer participate with pac in terms of reining in supply to prop up prices and at that point Saudi Arabia indicated that they would change their strategy and they would abandon their own production cuts and flood the market with oil and as a result oil prices fell by twenty five percent and the share prices of many energy companies were cut in half today selfishly I think that does mean lower prices at the gas pump for a people who drive cars yeah that's correct right so typically the rule of thumb is he added two to three cent per gallon discount every dollar per barrel that will fall so ten dollar decline in oil should translate into about twenty five cents less per gallon at the pump this is a question of the people in the media always ask and I'm going to ask you as well and that yeah I know you probably don't have an answer and that is how long is this volatility going to last I mean can it really keep up like this for another month or two well what we need is strong leadership at the top we can deal with the symptoms of the corona virus crisis such as guaranteeing that people don't miss a paycheck because they're unable to go to work we can guarantee the federal government can pay the medical bills of people who have contracted corona virus we can do those things we could do we could talk about infrastructure spending or payroll tax cut those all deal with the symptoms what would be really great for the markets and for confidence is if we have the federal government owned this crisis and expand the number of of testing facilities expand the number of test kits that are available provide confidence to the market that it's a problem they take seriously it's a very serious threat to the global economy and in terms of being a public health threat and we number we measure the number of of of instances and demonstrate that they are going down and at that point consumers would would feel a lot better about traveling and engaging in tourism and and the virus could finally start to he's so as we have noted here though the Mormon there's more measuring you do that the more people come up with infection crystal foxes directorate mobile analytics thanks for joining us and talking about that volatile very volatile Wall Street KCBS news time for thirty six in less than three minutes of combustibles gonna update that stall on the Richmond bridge hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan miss what's needed to hire director of coffee for his company cafe culture we would look through lots of applications for people who.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:50 min | 5 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Reporting I'm Jim Shannon there was no shortage of criticism for how the Japanese handled a cruise ship that was anchored offshore isolated due to the corona virus spreading among passengers and crew now the U. S. has a similar situation the grand princess more than three thousand people aboard is ineffective quarantine right now off the California coast unable to dock due to virus concerns CBS is the thought of around thirty five hundred passengers remain on the cruise ship the vessel is essentially staying in place off the California coast until the passengers and crew can be tested all this concern after a seventy one year old man who traveled on the ship last month died from the virus yesterday California governor Gavin Newsom we are going to be flying testing kits to the cruise ship some passengers on this current crews have experienced flu like symptoms but so far no one has been confirmed with the corona virus Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles the stock market continued its wild ride today losing three and a half percent a day after that four percent rise CDS of Joe's last years as investors are still unsure of the economic fallout from the virus the sharp tip of the economic impact of the spread of this virus is clearly being felt in the travel and hospitality and leisure also in energy where we have seen the crude oil market drop into bear market territory the Senate today gave final congressional approval to an eight point three billion dollar measure to fund virus efforts and that did include money for dealing with economic problems that result but two days after she placed third in her home state primary Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren suspended her presidential campaign I say this with a deep sense of gratitude for every single person who got in this fight every single person who tried on a new idea every single person.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on WWL

"Jim Shannon me there was no shortage of criticism for how the Japanese handled a cruise ship that was anchored offshore isolated due to the corona virus spreading among passengers and crew now the U. S. has a similar situation the grand princess more than three thousand people aboard is ineffective quarantine right now off the California coast unable to dock due to virus concerns CBS is the thought of a round thirty five hundred passengers remain on the cruise ship the vessel is essentially staying in place off the California coast until the passengers and crew can be tested all this concern after a seventy one year old man who traveled on the ship last month died from the virus yesterday California governor Gavin Newsom we are going to be flying testing kits to the cruise ship some passengers on this current crews have experienced flu like symptoms but so far no one has been confirmed with the corona virus Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles stock market continued its wild ride today losing three and a half percent a day after that four percent rise CDS are just last year says investors are still unsure of the economic fallout from the virus the sharp tip of the economic impact of the spread of this virus is clearly being felt in the travel and hospitality and leisure also in energy where we have seen the crude oil market drop into bear market territory the Senate today gave final congressional approval to an eight point three billion dollar measure to fund virus efforts and that did include money for dealing with economic problems that result two days after she placed third in her home state primary Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren suspended her presidential campaign I say this with a deep sense of gratitude for every single person caught in the spotlight every single person who tried on a new idea every single person who just moved in there on the ocean.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:18 min | 5 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Jim Shannon be California's polls have just closed up wrapping up super Tuesday voting let's go live to CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman in the Golden State well Jim super Tuesday has been really super so far for Joe Biden CBS news is projecting when for Biden in seven states including Virginia North Carolina and Minnesota Bernie Sanders appears to have one in just three states Vermont Colorado and Utah a few moments ago here in LA a joyful Joe Biden addressed his supporters now the evening isn't over yet the two biggest states still need to be decided Texas and here in California Texas right now appears to be a toss up CBS news says California is leaning toward Sanders for Mike Bloomberg Elizabeth Warren it's been a disappointing night though neither will win any state live in Los Angeles the vitamin C. B. S. news Tennessee is reeling from the tornadoes that roared through national last night killing at least twenty five people leaving at ten mile path of massive destruction governor bill Lee behind every pile is really represents people its businesses that are lost its families that are hurting it's people that are the real that have really really seen the destruction of the US more from correspondent David bag no he's in hard hit Putnam County those who died are being identified at our church is about fifteen miles up the road family members are actually showing up at the church and being presented with photos of the victims crews are still looking for people who may be trapped the new corona viruses now claimed nine lives in the U. S. all nine in Washington state most residents of a single nursing home at least a hundred twenty six confirmed cases of the virus have been reported in the U. S. federal health officials are hoping to speed up the development of a vaccine but for now control efforts mean a lot of disinfectant CBS's Kris van cleave reports from Atlanta's Hartsfield airport Riana Terry is on the front lines in the battle to stop the corona virus at the world's busiest airport three shifts of about two hundred and fifty people each work around the clock disinfecting more than seven square miles they're using a new stronger disinfectant recommended by the CDC and have stepped up their efforts especially in high traffic areas like.

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Supreme Court turns away challenge to bump stock ban

WBBM Evening News

00:19 sec | 5 months ago

Supreme Court turns away challenge to bump stock ban

"News Supreme Court today refused to overturn a lower court ruling that upheld a federal ban on bump stocks those stocks allow semi automatic rifles to fire like machine guns gun rights groups that challenged whether the president had the authority to ban the stocks which use the guns recoil to allow the trigger to be pulled rapidly Jim Shannon the CBS

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"I'm Jim Shannon the federal health officials have warned that the cold at nineteen virus likely will spread within the United States and it was another indication today that's already happening a second confirmed case of the virus infected by an unknown source CVS is the pharmacy is a sixty five year old woman who lives in Santa Clara county just south of San Francisco the individual is an adult women with chronic health conditions who is hospitalized for difficulty breathing Dr Sir Cody is the director of the Santa Clara county public health department her physician call this on Wednesday night to discuss the case and to request testing for the novel coronavirus there is no indication how she got the virus she had not been to any of the countries affected and had no known contact with anyone else in fact it Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles a federal reserve announced today that it's ready to step in to help the economy should the need arise the Dow has lost twelve percent of its value this week amid virus fears market analysts are hoping the worst weekly scene going back to one of the great financial crisis and in the market and all of that coalesces around the concern that the coronavirus that started in China is continuing to spread and we're not sure how much economic damage that will construct market you're trying to calibrate just how much they should be selling off Democrats efforts to investigate president trump took a hit today when the DC federal appeals court ruled the judges have no role to play in the subpoena fight between the house and the administration the ruling undoes a lower court decision that could have forced former trump counsel don began to appear before Congress legal scholar Laurie Levenson they're going to have to regroup and decide whether they issue more subpoenas then seek to enforce them by holding people in contempt and play hardball to try to get the information they want voters in South Carolina head to the polls tomorrow to vote in their presidential primary I'm Jim chrysalis and fountain in South Carolina some including college student Kimberly Sawyer see the crowded democratic field ahead of tomorrow's press central primary as a good thing a lot of students they have more cancer identify with supporters of senator Bernie Sanders have launched an effort to motivate eighteen and nineteen year olds to vote in the primary parts of upstate New York.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:15 min | 6 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Jim Shannon the voters in Nevada caucus tomorrow and Bernie Sanders leads in the polls going into that vote Natalie brand reports a new poll shows Sanders a self described democratic socialist way out in front of the field in Nevada moderate people to judge and neck and neck with standards after the first two contests is going after the Vermont senator for his more extreme positions even though it's got very strong base of support that's clearly not what most Democrats want a judge's been focusing on key issues for democratic voters including climate change and health care well former vice president Joe Biden is courting labor unions I promise you will not regret having support U. S. intelligence agencies believe Russia is trying to win free interfere with this year's elections and help Bernie Sanders campaign the report in The Washington Post says that officials told the Sanders campaign that Russia is trying to boost his presidential primary campaign as part of an effort to interfere with the democratic contest the trump administration was also notified according to the report it's unclear how the Russians might be interfering in a statement Sanders calls Russia's Vladimir Putin an autocratic thug who is attempting to destroy democracy bill ray Cobb CBS news Washington after that disastrous performance in Wednesday's debate in Las Vegas Michael Bloomberg looking to short circuit at least one controversy he says he will release three women from nondisclosure agreements to address complaints about comments they allege he has made comments that may have amounted to sexual harassment or discrimination CBS political analyst Leonard Stein or there may be more NDA's out there but it's a good start that he's releasing it Michael Bloomberg did not have a sustainable defense on this issue he had to do something he's done it he's going to hope that that quells the controversy the nation's largest bus company will no longer cooperate with immigration control efforts Gary Nunn reports greyhound is putting the department of homeland security on notice it no longer will allow unwarranted searches on its buses or in areas of terminals that are not open to the general public greyhound says border patrol agents now must have a warrant to board buses to conduct routine immigration checks drivers and bus station workers will get special training on the new policy until now greyhound said it had no choice under federal law but to allow random immigration checks going on CBS news university of Albany New York is investigating whether an off campus party violated the student code of conduct it was a corona virus party with students wearing surgical masks and drinking corona beer the student group the Asian American alliance call it the insensitive and racist on Wall Street the Dow dropping two hundred twenty seven points this is CBS and news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today it's eight oh three at the bay area's news station KCBS highs today were in the seventies will get back into the sixties for the weekend though good evening I'm Peter finch here's what's happening it's nonstop campaigning in Las Vegas for the democratic presidential contenders on the eve of the first in the west Nevada caucus KCBS political reporter Doug sovereign says at this late hour volunteers are still learning how to run tomorrow's voting with a brand new system just put into place this was Joe Biden precinct captain training side but the other campaigns all have similar events coaching volunteers and how to get their supporters to caucus for them and make sure they're counted accurately Biden himself stopped by this union hall of fame his people expressing confidence that he's ready to break through in this more diverse state this campaign is really just getting started we're finally at a place where there are folks that represent the country look like the country and I'm not over the good folks in Iowa New Hampshire but this looks like America but there are new wrinkles to this caucus there are early votes to counter potential complication and the Nevada Democrats scrap the app that I used in favor of iPads with the Google caucus calculator Robert a union stage and is a budding precinct captain is more worried about Russian hacking and about whether party volunteers can figure out the right paths do I.

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Bernie Sanders has invested big in Nevada. Will it pay off?

WBBM Evening News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Bernie Sanders has invested big in Nevada. Will it pay off?

"I'm Jim Shannon enough out of voters gather tomorrow to caucus and choose the candidate they'd like to see win the democratic presidential nomination CBS is the problem and is there it is called his stay minus one the candidates have been here all week this is a final day for them to seek support Bernie Sanders who leads in all the polls says a win would give his campaign momentum before you win the call because we're going to do really well in South Carolina California and also put to say we do well on super Tuesday we're going to win the democratic nomination for years ago Sanders lost to Hillary Clinton now he's the favorite with Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren and people to judge all trailing Steve Futterman CBS news

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"jim shannon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:28 min | 6 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Reporting I'm Jim Shannon be the vada voters gather tomorrow to caucus and choose the candidate they'd like to see win the democratic presidential nomination C. B. S. as the frontman is there it is called his stay minus one the candidates have been here all week this is a final day for them to seek support Bernie Sanders who leads in all the polls says a win would give his campaign momentum before you wind the clock is we're going to do really well in South Carolina California we do well on super Tuesday we're going to win the democratic nomination for years ago Sanders lost to Hillary Clinton now he's the favorite with Joe Biden Elizabeth warning people to judge all trailing Steve Futterman CBS news Los Vegas U. S. intelligence's inform the Sanders campaign it believes the Russians are interfering with the election process again and are doing so to benefit his campaign CBS is it okay for in a discussion about so called Bernie Bros or his supporters who have a way of trolling and using abusive language against other opponents of the senator he suggested that perhaps some of this was being driven by Russian outfits or Russian characters but didn't really provide any proof house briefings provided by Intel officials on Russian election interference suggested the Russians were also trying to help the president's campaign the jury in the Harvey Weinstein New York rape trial will be back deliberating his fate on Monday after four days of deliberating jurors indicated this afternoon they could be close to reaching a verdict and their eleventh note to the judge they had a question regarding the five felony counts Weinstein is facing can we be hung on one end or three and unanimous on the other charges charges one in three are the most serious predatory sexual assault and carry up to life in prison the defense and prosecution could not agree on accepting a partial verdict so judge James Burke told the jury to keep at it CBS is jury could Duncan Wells Fargo will be paying billions to settle with the government over its account scandal I'm Terry knob three million dollars will be paid by Wells Fargo to settle with the government of the so called fake account scandal company employees opened millions of unauthorized bank accounts to meet unrealistic sales goals the scandal first surfaced in twenty sixteen since then the bank paid out billions in fines to state and federal regulators and made a number of top level executive changers North Carolina still digging.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:25 min | 6 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"I'm Jim Shannon be the vada voters gather tomorrow to caucus and choose the candidate they'd like to see win the democratic presidential nomination CBS is the fundament is there it is called his stay minus one the candidates have been here all week this is a final day for them to seek support Bernie Sanders who leads in all the polls says a win would give his campaign momentum before you wind the clock is here we're going to do really well in South Carolina California and super Tuesday and if we do well on super Tuesday we're going to win the democratic nomination for years ago Sanders lost to Hillary Clinton now he's the favorite with Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren and people to judge all trailing Steve Futterman CBS news Las Vegas U. S. intelligence's inform the Sanders campaign it believes the Russians are interfering with the election process again and are doing so to benefit his campaign CBS is ed o'keefe during a discussion about so called Bernie Bros or his supporters who have a way of trolling and using abusive language against other opponents of the senator he suggested that perhaps some of this was being driven by Russian outfits or Russian characters but didn't really provide any proof house briefings provided by Intel officials on Russian election interference suggested the Russians were also trying to help the president's campaign the jury in the Harvey Weinstein New York rape trial will be back deliberating his fate on Monday after four days of deliberating jurors indicated this afternoon they could be close to reaching a verdict and their eleventh note to the judge they had a question regarding the five felony counts Weinstein is facing can we be hung on one end or three and unanimous on the other charges charges one in three are the most serious predatory sexual assault and carry up to life in prison the defense and prosecution could not agree on accepting a partial verdict so judge James Burke told the jury to keep at it should be a surgery could Duncan Wells Fargo will be paying billions to settle with the government over its accounts handle I'm Gary knob three billion dollars will be paid by Wells Fargo to settle with the government of the so called fake account scandal company employees opened millions of unauthorized bank accounts to meet unrealistic sales goals the scandal first surfaced in twenty sixteen since then the bank paid out billions in fines to state and federal regulators and made a number of top level executive changes North Carolina still digging.

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Can't touch this: Real slot machines controlled online

WBBM Evening News

00:20 sec | 6 months ago

Can't touch this: Real slot machines controlled online

"Atlantic city's hard rock casinos unveiled slot machines that physically exists inside the casino but can be played by gamblers over the internet hard rock officials say it's an attempt to break through the psychological barrier some gamblers have about online gambling here they can see a real physical machine they were sitting in front of Jim Shannon

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Jim Shannon he was a legend from a legendary time in Hollywood actor Kirk Douglas dead at the age of one oh three CDS is Nick young in many ways Kirk Douglas on screen and Kirk Douglas off screen with the same person but tough guy with a soul I'm back but not bad bad his first major role appropriately was is Mitch Kelly the ambitious boxer in the nineteen forty nine movie champion I want to fight she for the first time in my life people cheering me through the nineteen fifties and sixties Douglas with his class chan and rugged good looks appeared in one Hollywood success after another Nick young CBS news so some will say the outcome was clear from the beginning as the Senate today voted to acquit president trump on both of the articles of impeachment against him abuse of power and obstruction of justice it is therefore ordered and adjudged that the said Donald John trump be and he is hereby acquitted of the charges in said articles she just as John Roberts gobbling the impeachment trial into the history books today's vote was pretty much along party lines except for Republican Mitt Romney who voted to convict on abuse of power the great question the constitution tasks senators to answer is whether the president committed an act so extreme and egregious that rises to the level of a high crime and misdemeanor yes he did more precincts reported today from I was Monday caucus eighty six percent now in and the outcome remains the same P. but a judge slightly had Bernie Sanders and delegates Elizabeth Warren Joe Biden distant third and fourth more from CBS is set okay with these lead holding in Iowa a confident people to judge rally voters in New Hampshire today ahead of Tuesday's primary their options somewhere in between a revolution in the status quo he's hoping to repeat his strong showing in the caucuses where the thirty eight year old found surprisingly broad support across the state especially in rural counties and across all age groups or make that twelve confirmed cases of corona virus in the United States more from Sabrina Cuba the new novel coronavirus is still a bit of a mystery and while the CDC has years of planning for a new virus like this to remain humble and understand that we may not have planned for everything the CDC's Dr Nancy mess on Jay saying that's why they've implemented the fourteen day quarantine for the passengers from China who are returning home the virus has been confirmed in nearly two hundred people in twenty four countries outside China Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta on Wall Street today the Dow Jones industrial average gaining a four hundred eighty three points one point.

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:13 min | 6 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Was really healthy Jim Shannon the CBS news this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station K. I extend seventy newsradio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories at eight OO five repeat crime or crimes by illegal immigrants Orange County sheriff says California's century state law has impacted crime as county in a very negative way it is state of the union address president trump asked members of Congress to pass legislation to prohibit free healthcare for people in the country illegally and as the corona virus outbreak grows in the death toll rises LA county public health gives us an update locally but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fines and here's Barbara well looks like they're going to be shut down a couple of right lanes if they haven't already what one westbound when it could to desoto she had in Woodland Hills watch out for some slowing start to build up through there if you're taking the ten eastbound still some delays from national into downtown and it's a sluggish right on the Hollywood freeway one one south bound hit the brakes from Vermont to Glendale Boulevard third a stalled car in Covina teddy spelling before via Verde a traffic still tough from disease and westbound they've already set up cones in west Covina citrus to Pacific and the two left lanes delays there start at grand clearing up the crash one of five eastbound at Long Beach Boulevard watch out still for some pockets of traffic K. easing up nicely just a little slow right incredulous then again leaving the one ten making away toward Long Beach Boulevard and the seven ten north bound jammed up leaving Florence to Atlantic that's because a Caltrans work setting up in a couple of right lands there from Atlantic to the five and if you're taking the sixty got a problem cleared up west boom past paramount as a crash that had the right lane blocked for long enough to slow your bid on that side that traffic is easing Easton you're still busy coming away from Atlantic and erected Anaheim hills ninety one eastbound before gypsum canyon off to the right shoulder involving a big break whatever slowing leaving imperial highway and that traffic sticks in the past the two forty one your next report eight fifteen on barber Brooks of more traffic reports were often can't extend seventy new is radio for tonight we got fair skies and the lows in the thirties and forties once again twenties and thirties again in the interior.

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Supreme Court greenlights "public charge" immigration rule

Jim Bohannon

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Supreme Court greenlights "public charge" immigration rule

"Off the Supreme Court today ruled in favor of one of the trump administration's hardline immigration policies denying legal permanent residency to immigrants being likely to require government assistance legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum historically the public charge rule work to disqualify immigrants only if they were totally are permanently dependent on government assistance with this ruling however almost any public dependency could deny them entry Jim Shannon

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"jim shannon" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Reporting I'm Jim Shannon V. the impeachment trial of president trump gets under way tomorrow correspondent Natalie brand has a preview Democrats say they need to hear from four current and former administration officials who have information about the decision to hold up funding for Ukraine we are going to demand votes yes or no upper down on the four witnesses we've requested and on the three sets of documents we requested president trump responded on Twitter saying they didn't want John Bolton and others in the house they were in too much of a rush now they want the mall in the Senate not supposed to be that way Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill no trouble reported from a rally of gun rights supporters that drew more than twenty thousand demonstrators to the Virginia capital I'm Jim crystal in Richmond Virginia the thousands of gun rights supporters who gathered outside the Virginia state capital wanted to send the message of the state's democratic leaders taking aim a gun legislation with these legislatures no we don't like what they're doing they're infringing on all right I think that's unfair and and dangers many of the protesters were armed with assault rifles and hand guns and more bright orange stickers reading guns save lives federal health officials are gearing up special screening of visitors from China and several other Asian countries where an outbreak of a sars like disease has been reported CBS's rainy Inocencio reports from Wuhan China the epicenter of this viral outbreak people here are getting ready to make what's known as the world's biggest annual migration making nearly three billion trips to celebrate Chinese New Year and while the risk of U. S. outbreak is still low the CDC says it's something they're watching very carefully is marijuana Arista heart health CBS's doctor terra no ruler a review of data found smoking marijuana is linked with increased heart rate and blood pressure altered heart muscle and blood vessels an increased risk for abnormal heart rhythms with eleven states now legalizing recreational marijuana in vaping cannabis products becoming more popular doctors are sounding a note of caution the US stock market's been on fire for about a year now but is there a change in the offing CBS moneywatch reporter Naomi rock them the International Monetary Fund is downgrading its outlook for the global economy the IMF now forecasts growth of three point three percent for twenty twenty Hey down one tenth of a percent from its last estimate in October the fines chief economist cited lower growth in emerging markets like India for its revised outlook the US stock markets were closed today for Martin Luther king day global stocks were mostly lower investors booking profits from last week's rally before some key US earnings reports hit the street this is CBS news did you know you.

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JetBlue ups fee by $5 to $35 for checking a bag on a flight

WBBM Evening News

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

JetBlue ups fee by $5 to $35 for checking a bag on a flight

"Jet blue is raising luggage fees again first check bag will cost you thirty five Bucks forty dollars for the second bag on flights within the U. S. as about five dollars more on each fee but fires can avoid the hike by paying up front for two bags at least twenty four hours before the flight takes off almost airlines no charge bag fees southwest being the major exception Jim Shannon

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Utah condom campaign halted over racy packaging

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Utah condom campaign halted over racy packaging

"The governor of Utah is shut down in HIV awareness campaign that featured condom wrappers with slogans like greatest sex on earth a spin on the state's license plate slogan greatest snow on earth but a hundred thousand of the condoms were distributed before governor Gary Herbert pulled the plug saying the campaign had not gone through the necessary approval channels he also cited the lewd nature of the branding the state department of health came up with the program officials admitting they were trying to have fun with it to get people talking Jim Shannon CBS

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6 bowl games record lowest attendance figures on record

WBBM Evening News

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

6 bowl games record lowest attendance figures on record

"News are there too many college football bowls attendance figures for the last season could suggest that six of the bulls this season either smallest crowds on record experts say some of it has to do with mediocre teams in small fanbase is getting in the bowl games and the situation likely to get worse with three more bowl games on the schedule at the end of this season Jim Shannon

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A look at A New Category  being unveiled at CES

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

A look at A New Category being unveiled at CES

"For you in the meantime the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as a new category this year and it's attracting a whole bunch of attention this is the first year that the consumer electronic show is allowing sex tech companies to set up on the convention floor it's a one year trial limited to the health and wellness section so along with the fitness trackers and infrared saunas you can browse robotic massagers vibrators another six tech products about a dozen companies are represented pitching products that they say are about the empowerment and wellness of women Jim Shannon the CBS

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Brain differences may be tied to obesity, study says

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Brain differences may be tied to obesity, study says

"News new research finds the effects of excess body weight is a child may weigh heavy later in life a long term study on brain development is raise concerns about childhood obesity and its effects on brain function a study which appears in Jenna pediatrics found excess body weight can reduce brain regions that regulate planning an impulse control that was suggested being overweight could reduce a person's ability to regulate impulses such as over reading report raises the question is obesity a result of these effects on the brain or our eating habits lifestyle family circumstances and genetics the blame for Jim Shannon B. C. B. S.

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Meteor shower set to put on a show

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Meteor shower set to put on a show

"A celestial event this weekend as the annual Leonid meteor shower will be putting on a show known for their brightness and color they lay and it's also features some of the fastest moving meteors traveling at about forty four miles a second the downside this year is the nearly full moon will dilute the brilliance but you should still see about fifteen meters in our appearing to emanate from the constellation Leo Jim Shannon CBS

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Top takeaways from George Kent's newly released impeachment inquiry testimony

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:52 min | 10 months ago

Top takeaways from George Kent's newly released impeachment inquiry testimony

"The latest transcript of impeachment inquiry testimony reveals damning evidence house impeachment investigators release more transcripts of earlier closed door testimony this time from state department official George can't CBS's Nora o'donnell in testimony released today George can't says president trump wanted the leader of Ukraine to make a public statement including three key words investigations Biden and Clinton says that was his understanding based on his conversations with other administration officials Clinton can't explain was shorthand for the twenty sixteen presidential campaign he also told the family was instructed to lay low on Ukraine policy as administration officials and Rudolph Giuliani we're taking the lead correspondent Nancy Cordes one person who witnesses say it was very alarmed by all of this was the president's former national security adviser John Bolton he did not show up to testify today but sources told The Washington Post that he might be willing to talk if a federal judge clears the way first I'm Jim Shannon the first public hearing of the impeachment inquiry is set for next Wednesday and KNX will bring you comprehensive coverage also is this still a lot of division of the impeachment probing the president trump the latest UFC during such LA times poll shows forty four percent agree an impeachment should go through well thirty percent say it should not but pulled director Joel Darling says partition persuasion is often the key factor when it comes to issues like this there are a lot of people whose opinions are going to fall along partisan lines their minds are already kind of made up there a supporter of trump and they're going to be more likely to say that he should be acquitted xterra Democrats they're more likely to say he should be removed Darling says the poll also shows a modest majority of the country is at least trying to keep tabs on the impeachment process Chrissy grooms can extend seventy

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"jim shannon" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"jim shannon" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"I'm Jim Shannon the police in Texas are probing deeper into the life and motivations of accused el Paso Walmart shooter Patrick of Christmas CDS or Janet family Allen police department said in its database it has only three minor incidents involving the gunmen it also said that it had not received any enquiries about the government or any type of incident that he may be related and Chris uses mother had called Alan police weeks before the shooting spree concerned about him having an assault style rifle Christmas is expected to face both state and federal charges each with the possibility of the death penalty what pressures building in Congress for no gun controls gun rights politicians and activists are circling the wagons and preparing for a fight correspondent Stephen Portnoy as he expresses his support for expansion of background checks and new laws allowing for guns to be taken away from the mentally disturbed the president's been on the phone this week with the head of the NRA he's also spoken with democratic senator Joe Manchin and Republican Pat Toomey who both been pushing for years to expand background checks to most private gun sales house Democrats now back measures that are more stringent proposals that the White House in February threatened to veto and president trump has said he does not see the political climate changing enough to support a ban on assault style rifles so far no known motive for a aside from the fact that he was in rage for that pulled the man who went on a slashing spree in southern California stabbing people robbing businesses and leaving four people dead too seriously injured mark Strassman has the latest police say the killing spree.

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Study Shows Older Parents May Have Better Behaved Children

Red Eye Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Study Shows Older Parents May Have Better Behaved Children

"What age group raises the best behaved kids children born to older parents are better behaved that's the bottom line to a new study researchers looked at nearly thirty three thousand offspring of various age couples mothers a sixteen forty eight father's age seventeen to sixty eight the children's behavior was analyze when they were ten to twelve years old through a series of standardized measures with researchers found that the children of the more mature mothers and fathers tend to be less aggressive and had fewer behavioral problems I think it's because the older parents tended to have more resources and higher levels of education Jim Shannon B. C. B. S.

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Gilroy California, Nineteen Year And One Minute discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News

KCBS Radio Midday News

04:33 min | 1 year ago

Gilroy California, Nineteen Year And One Minute discussed on KCBS Radio Midday News

"Police in Gilroy California identified the shooter in yesterday's festival shooting as nineteen year old Sentinel Logan he was shot and killed by police but not before he killed three people and wounded a dozen others police chief Scott Smith he says the motive remains unclear I don't know what if any association or is it seems that this was a random act but again we've got a long way to go before we can come to a determination what is what is motivational twenty says Logan was armed with an HK forty seven the style assault rifle and cut his way through a fence to avoid security at the city's annual garlic festival we had thousands of people there in a very small area and you know could have done so much worse so so fast and so I'm really proud that they got there as quickly as they did in that they were successful in taking that threat all right out of the equation the investigation continues as does a search for possible cult complex CBS news update on Jim Shannon okay CBS news time eleven thirty two with more now on the story we're joined by KCBS reporter Jim Taylor tells us that officials are praising first responders for the fast response to just think about it forty say within one minute of the first shot fired by that suspect in Gilroy police officers were engaging him now they had hand guns pistols the shooter had an assault rifle rifle here's police chief Scott smithy I can't tell you how proud I am of the officers being able to engage this guy as quickly as they did because we had thousands of people there in a very small area and you know could have done so much worse so so fast and so I'm really proud that they got there as quickly as they did in that they were successful in taking that threat out of the equation users twenty agencies responded to their calls for assistance that enabled the injured to be removed quickly and efficiently the investigation continues in Gilroy live in the newscenter Jim Taylor KCBS thank you very much to him excuse me Jim pardon me now the Gilroy garlic festival shooter purchase of the assault rifle style weapon that he used during yesterday's shooting legally in Nevada earlier this month that happened on July ninth for a closer look now at about US gun laws were joined on the KCBS ring central news line by Alison Anderman managing attorney for the Giffords law center thank you so much for taking the time to talk to us how would you describe the gun laws in Nevada hi thank you for having me I think Nevada has a long way to go to be hiccup's long as strong if they could be added to so he addressing got violent not only in Nevada by it a break states like California however Nevada has taken a few steps recently that were really significant strength and it's got a lot of by passing the Albany streamers protection order law that allows law enforcement and family members to disarm a person in crisis and by subjecting all gun sales background check let's take a three step by step with what does one need to do to buy a gun in Nevada well it it depends whether you're buying from a private seller or any licensed gun dealer by because Nevada recently enacted a law closing the private sale loophole anyone seeking to buy a god the intifada would have to ultimately go through a life that dealer but I should note that that background check law doesn't take a fact until it January first twenty twenty okay and you said that that Nevada could do more you mentioned a couple of things that the state has done what what more would your organization want to see well first we would like to see regulation of dangerous military style weapons like the one that allegedly refused at the shooting and further more and I can't see that this was a legal transaction there are still the help that we don't know about the shooter that would determine whether this was a legal transaction but this individual with night teen years old and we know with that individual features eighteen to twenty are at a disproportionately high risk of committing got violent so one thing about it could do is follow in the footsteps of California and insure that dealers cannot trap or a firearm to anyone under the age of twenty one all right we thank you so much for taking a few minutes to talk to us that is Allison Andaman managing attorney for the Giffords law center talking to us about about a gun laws we believe the Gilroy garlic festival shooter purchase to the assault with assault style assault rifle style weapon he used yesterday in Nevada

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Federal judge temporarily blocks Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban

The Scoot Show with Scoot

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Federal judge temporarily blocks Mississippi's 15-week abortion ban

"Great most high school student austin wyatt rollins eight seventeen produced a handgun and shot a great mills high school student a female who was sixteen and a great mills high school student a male who was fourteen saint mary's county sheriff tim cameron there is an indication that our prior relationship existed between the shooter and the female victim for her condition the sixteen year old female student was transported the pg shock trauma and she is in icu with lifethreatening critical injury other student who was shot this morning the fourteen year old male student was transported to med star saint mary's hospital is in stable condition there for the shooter the school resource officer opened fire the shooter is dead the officer was not hurt cbs news special report i'm dave barrett and san antonio police departments say it's police chief was mistaken what he said that investigators found a second package bombed that hat and detonated had a fedex distribution center and that there was only one package bomb at the shirts facility the one that exploded early today a federal judge has blocked a mississippi law that bans abortions after a fifteen week pregnancy instead of twenty mississippi's governor has signed the bill yesterday similar bill had been introduced by shreveport democrat senator john mill doc avik during his appearance on talk louisiana he said the issue mentioned to him the most when he ran for office was ha when win louisiana would ban abortions we're supposed to participate in democracy and i don't think it's our job to go ahead and get preapproval of state legislation by the federal courts a senate committee here's a constitutional amendment today from new orleans democrat j p morale that that'll require a jury's verdict in a felony trial to be unanimous for conviction oregon are the only states that allows ten out of twelve jurors to agree on a guilty verdict early university law professor dame selena says it's unclear why louisiana only requires ten out of twelve jurors for guilty verdict he says some say it was established to diminish the effect of african americans would have on a jury but there's another theory as well others however have argued that it's just a matter of the voiding on jury in making the criminal justice process more efficient in the band rouge bureau jim shannon wwl first news entrepreneur are we continues into orleans with a dose of good news for women in the workforce wwl david blake reports on new figures showing women owned firms now account for thirty nine.

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