18 Burst results for "Joe Abelard"

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Divert some police department funds to education good evening I'm Joe Abelard seven thirty one on WCBS CBS news update things have been moving quickly in the case of the US attorney in New York was fired by Attorney General William Barr but who refused to leave now Geoffrey Berman says he will go after bars is president trump ordered him out something Mr trump says is in his department Berman said he was concerned about ongoing investigations but CBS news correspondent ical Killian says bar is not buying that Attorney General bill Barr fired back in a letter you have chosen public spectacle over public service because you have declared that you have no intention of resigning I have asked the president to remove you as of today CBS news legal analyst Laurie Levenson one of the big questions being raised by the end president trying to fire Berman at this point is perhaps what is he concerned about in terms of those investigations in a statement Berman says he decided to leave his job after being promised his deputy would take his place CBS news update I'm Sam lead singer the saga over who's in charge at the Southern District of New York could threaten its aggressive independent rep you Tatian Steve burns has more on this the joke among lawyers at least is to call it the sovereign district of New York and having worked there for a year the number one thing that that office values it is it political independence Ellie Hoenig served as a prosecutor in the Southern District of New York he's now in private practice as the office that oversees cases in Manhattan it's taken on everything from Wall Street corruption to organized crime to terrorism no matter what your watcher has this knack of panic you can just simply do justice without regard to politics Koenig says this reputation will live on and why it's been here for centuries literally in the late seventeen hundreds and it will long outlast this administration and many others New York congressman Jerry Nadler chair of the house Judiciary Committee is inviting Geoffrey Berman to hearing on Wednesday Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty there's lots of empty seats in the Tulsa arena where president trump will speak tonight the overflow area is empty the turnout is far below what the trump campaign had expected as a result president trump and vice president Mike pence will not deliver tool pre rally speeches outside the arena because as you heard the overflow area is empty right now plus six trump campaign staffers who were setting up president trump's rally in Tulsa tonight if tested positive they are not attending the event few people that we saw all wearing masks but there's lots of empty space on the floor and there's lots of empty space in the upper seats the few supporters at the arena packed together but no social distancing even so because of the no social distancing I should say state and city health department officials are bracing for a possible surgeon covered nineteen cases in addition we're seeing reports that there are few if any protesters there former national security adviser John Bolton may have won the battle to get his book distributed but Bolton may have lost the war to keep its profits is Laurie Levinson CBS news legal analyst even though the judge is allowing Bolton's book to be published and sold he's very critical of Bolton at the end of his order he says that Bolton has gambled with the national security of the United States he's exposes country to harmonise self to civil and potential criminal liability U. S. district judge Royce Lamberth wrote Bolton stands to lose his profits from the book deal exposes himself to criminal liability Bolton was wrong Lamberth who was a Reagan appointee to the court concluded the trump administration has vowed to go after Bolton's profits let's talk something fun let's talk course racing is the law won the Belmont Stakes with no fans at the track the horse the first New York bred horse to win the night of the race in one hundred thirty eight years easily ran away from its challengers won by four lengths W. CBS TV's Corey James was there as the law and jockey Manuel Franco taking home the win for the one hundred fifty second Belmont Stakes bring home the grand prize of a million dollars usually the Belmont Stakes is the last of the three races that make up the triple crown however this year it actually started off the season with no fans.

Joe Abelard WCBS CBS
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"They really were having fun Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty demi CBS news time to eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids traffic at a crawl in Brooklyn just a lot of people are heading home John McLaughlin that and a crash on the northbound side of the beach the weekend is over by flushing Avenue there's a crash there at least one lane is blocked the laser back to the Brooklyn Bridge the delays on the Brooklyn Bridge and pretty much spilled onto the B. Q. E. this point time southbound side to be key we slow coming off the Brooklyn Bridge and heading toward Cadman plaza heading for the belt parkway that's not too bad queens is relatively quiet bistro cross Bronx is dealing with delays and that is going to be from the Deegan into about Third Avenue lots of those people were on the Harlem river drive and now they've made their way to the cross Bronx outbound side of the Lincoln tunnel that is a mess that's about a twenty minute wait the Holland through the two books like it's getting a little bit better but the approach is are all jammed up in lower Manhattan so give yourself time is about twenty minutes outbound at both the Lincoln and Holland tunnel the G. W. B. is a far better choice for you southbound the garden state parkway slow getting to an exit one forty five there had been an earlier crash during the one forty three north bound near one thirty six there's an accident that's taking at least one lane better news though over on the roadways of the Bronx before forget about this one there was a draw bridge opening at the Hutchinson river drawbridge that has cleared the marine traffic has been put through and the drawbridge back down to delays vis doubt westbound on the L. I eat getting over into Glen cove road there was an accident looks like that's been pushed to the side and what's been Hempstead turnpike near north Wantagh Avenue there is a crash there one lane is blocked not causing too bad of a problem but you can head to the southern state things look better there our next topic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS our five day forecast now from meteorologist Kyla Ellie mainly clear and brisk out there early this morning with a low near thirty four turning up partly sunny blustery later today for new year's.

Manhattan Glen cove Hutchinson river Holland Harlem river CBS Kyla Ellie Hempstead turnpike G. W. B. Joe Abelard Lincoln tunnel Deegan Bronx Cadman plaza Brooklyn Bridge John McLaughlin Brooklyn
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Jensen bangles giants in Packers and basketball next in the heat and the Nixon the Celtics I'm Joe Abelard Sunday December first more than just the headline this is WCBS newsradio eight one o'clock CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm Wendy Gillette millions trying to get home after the holiday are facing frustrations as a snow storm moves east thousands of domestic flights are delayed or canceled right now hair Denver and Minneapolis airports are experiencing the worst problems Maria bowl over arrived at Logan airport in Boston three hours early our plan was to get here as early as we could just to avoid you know getting here too late and not making the flight National Weather Service meteorologist mark shard note will move into the northeast as we go through the day today and we'll continue at times actually all the way through Monday night so there's a long duration and of that and we're looking at totals by the time it's all said and done as much as eight to sixteen inches across portions of central eastern New York and central milling line to the bigger cities in New York City and Boston will kind of be on the line of words mainly rain and snow the storm was heading chamberlain South Dakota when a plane crashed shortly after takeoff yesterday killing nine people three passengers were rescued CBS is Chris van Cleve the FAA says appeal lattice PC twelve which is a high end single engine turboprop airplane that holds about twelve people typically crashed shortly after take off Saturday about a mile south west from the chamberlain South Dakota airport it took off a little bit before noon the plane was headed to Idaho falls Idaho there was bad weather moving through the Dakotas were getting hit with blizzard like conditions so certainly one of the things that investigators are gonna look at ease did weather factoring here two people are in critical condition after shooting.

Boston chamberlain South Dakota mark shard Wendy Gillette Idaho FAA Chris van Cleve CBS New York City Jensen Logan airport Maria bowl Minneapolis Denver Joe Abelard Celtics Nixon Packers sixteen inches
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:40 min | 10 months ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Listen ships stationed make **** happen W. CBS news time one oh eight it's time for traffic and weather together it's where we go every ten minutes on the eight so my first chance to say good afternoon hundreds Hey there Joe Abelard if you're traveling in New Jersey northbound garden state parkway the one forty setting up towards two eighty going to be heavy southbound as well through east orange is a busy ride more delays on twenty one in the southbound direction of travel over by two eighty and over by Harrison is going to be a busy right as well seeing lots action on the turnpike now just south of the out a bridge or she's having gobbles bridge traveling this out that direction of a crash taking out early in the north bound right so south better taking a peek and that's between the gospels and the out of rage in the southbound direction that's where the crash is now trying to get out to stand down you should be in pretty good shape except for the delays eastbound and westbound right around victory Boulevard to travel on the sat down expressway the bail bridges moving at a very good pace no real complaints over the Verrazano as well but in battle easier but getting heavy as you make your way up towards the goal on us southbound little slower by thirty next it is well them orderlies up by the prospect in Hamilton Avenue Brooklyn Bridge but that bridge Williamsburg bridge all in good shape Huskies goes a little slow heading towards Brooklyn and that's causing a westbound early on the L. I eat after using the midtown tunnel to the nursery Bridger in good shape the RK what sort of rugs and bridges are in good order but we do have Billy's west background century by ninety fourth street them orderlies by stylist reasonable westbound on the Grand Central inbound George still about twenty minutes I see sometimes the lower deck our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS sell it pretty day today but meteorologist Frank strength is about to tell us we may get some snow Frank tell us more indeed there we have the winter storm on the way.

Joe Abelard Harrison Verrazano Hamilton Avenue Brooklyn Bridg bridge Williamsburg bridge Brooklyn Billy George WCBS Frank strength CBS New Jersey ten minutes twenty minutes
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A lawsuit against the superintendent of schools who left last night's meeting while it was still underway alumni of new Rochelle high school including NFL ray rice have voiced support for the coach who reportedly is in hot water for helping out a student end breaking school rules in the process there is a buyer for the campus of the college of new Rochelle the masons are buying a fifteen acre property for thirty two million dollars the trustees of the masonic call and asylum fund won an auction it was announced in bankruptcy court no word on plans for the former college campus the gate panic defense is a step closer to oblivion in New Jersey the state assembly has voted for its demise now sending the matter to the state Senate in Trenton more from W. CBS reporter Joe Abelard the gate panic defenses legally sanctioned discrimination against one sexual orientation and gender identity says the American Bar Association currently in New Jersey defender could claim that his crimes committed in the heat of passion after learning the victim's gender identity or sexual orientation it allows the jury to lessen the charge of murder to manslaughter it was most recently tried by a defendant in two thousand eleven Wilfredo Sanchez tried to lessen his murder conviction for stabbing dismember command using the K. defense he was on successful on appeal opponents say the current law diminishes the worth of the victim because of their sexual identity or gender orientation eight states have outlawed the gate panic defense including New York Connecticut and Rhode Island the bill passed by the New Jersey assembly today now goes to the state Senate work companion bill is currently in committee Joe Avelar WCBS newsradio eight eight it is five twenty three W. C. B. S. now this message that chill in the air.

American Bar Association W. C. B. Joe Avelar CBS NFL Rhode Island New York Connecticut Wilfredo Sanchez murder superintendent Joe Abelard reporter Trenton Senate New Jersey ray rice new Rochelle high school thirty two million dollars five twenty three W fifteen acre
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"S. is deciding how to respond to attacks on Saudi oil facilities secretary of state my palm pale is heading to Saudi Arabia to discuss possible next steps to a state health panel approves an emergency ban on sales of flavored E. cigarettes across New York the ban goes into effect immediately but does not include tobacco or menthol flavored E. CIGS retailers will have two weeks to remove merchandise from their shelves three a driver slammed through the glass doors of trump plaza in new Rochelle around nine PM leaving the driver and concierge with minor injuries. the White House may not soon. may that is get involved with United auto workers strike against General Motors soon political White House reporter Daniel looked and spoke with Joe aval are in the afternoon roundup Daniel so is the trump administration taking any sites in the strike tell us what you got but we learn from our story they seem to be taking the side of the UAW trap is mad at GM for doing this us you know action for letting this even come to this point and what they want in return that is the lord's town planned to re open this was a tropical kind of burned by GM because he's all been he's been all about saving American manufacturing jobs and when they closed at Ford's done plant it kind of hurt his credibility on that issue so how they forcing themselves into the situation into the strike. yeah they is just something that you know trump cares passionately about to try to bring these jobs back at all so you know we can't forget that there's political implications. and you know he doesn't want his angry trumpeters to blame him for not preventing it from happening getting any reaction from GM of the U. A. W. at this point. well you know GM and you know the UAW are kind of casting doubt on how much the White House to intervene in a they want to be seen as they're doing it on their own but you know we have it. yeah good source in the White House you know who and others you know about this matter. and that's political White House reporter Daniel let men on the afternoon roundup with Joe Abelard.

Saudi Arabia New York White House General Motors reporter Daniel Joe aval Ford UAW Joe Abelard trump two weeks
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Radio dot com station. seventy two degrees we have light rain still falling down to sixty six tonight in Central Park W. CBS news time it's four oh three Labor Day celebrations cattle in south Plainfield New Jersey today after police stop they found pipe bombs near the Labor Day parade route turns out the loot was just illegal fireworks we get more from WCBS reporter Joe Abelard real shame that they had to cancel fireworks information all that stuff because of this. by. I really think they were shooting from the hip that's the brother a fifty five year old Thomas Kaiser was accused of having a destructive device which led south Plainfield police to cancel it's Labor Day parade a parade which included the governor Kaiser is alleged to have left this destructive device his brother calls it an illegal firework in a bar called Donovan's reef in sea bright police their tractor back to Kaiser in south Plainfield where he lives with his parents his brother says officers searched the house fourteen officers for the whole house garage property on the but in a statement the prosecutor says other destructive devices were found near the home in the vicinity of the parade route which is why they canceled it because it was charged with criminal possession of a destructive device he's being held in sea bright in south Plainfield Joe Avelar WCBS newsradio eight eighty allows shoot out in Brooklyn early this morning a man fired at police and was fatally shot we get the details from Steve Byrne officers just wanted to talk to the man at approximately two thirty six AM offices in uniform assigned to seven three pretty soon reports all in the area of Howard Avenue and do not Avenue when he observed a suspicious male wearing a mask on his face NYPD chief of department Terrence.

Plainfield Thomas Kaiser Joe Abelard CBS Joe Avelar New Jersey Central Park Steve Byrne NYPD reporter Donovan prosecutor Brooklyn seventy two degrees fifty five year
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For low level offenders are current drug policy regime has stifled opportunity and economic developer fee agrees the process needs to be overhauled but he's vetoed a bill looking to do that he says the process laid out in the bill is still too difficult hiring a lawyer going through paperwork petitioning a court he sent the bill back to lawmakers asking for them to set up an automatic process in the meantime he wants to see minor marijuana conviction sealed by the courts so those charges can't be used against someone for sentencing in another case Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty it is still not a good idea to go fishing in the river between New Jersey and New York the fission the Hudson are not safe to eat because of PCB contamination PC bees that were dumped in the Hudson by G. E. the fish may not be safe to eat for decades and that was the determination of the EPA it was announced the same day the EPA gave G. E. a certificate of completion for its work to remove PC bees new York's Attorney General the tissue James said we will not allow the EPA to let big polluters like G. E. off the hook without a fight and now New York state is suing the EPA claiming it acted prematurely New York environmental group Riverkeeper supports the state's suit their attorney Erin door tell me EPA may say that you checked boxes on the clean up but on the other hand the queen employment tended to accomplish goals where you protect the river you protect people and that hasn't been done yet the EPA has not commented on the suit Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eight it is twelve twenty.

developer Steve burns New Jersey New York Hudson G. E. EPA James Riverkeeper Erin door marijuana Attorney Joe Abelard
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Member what's the NYPD to report the race and ethnicity of everybody was pulled over in a traffic stop the NYPD as opposed to that our Joel Avelar reports worried that minorities are unfairly targeted by the NYPD at traffic stops city council member Donovan Richards once officers to hand out business cards and record the race and ethnicity of everyone pulled over so many other black men I know who may be coming home from World War driving in a neighborhood who felt they were on John Lee wild and pulled over he also wants the results of all traffic stops reported the NYPD opposes the bill in a statement to WCBS the NYPD said this would result in traffic stops being extended to capture census data taking time away from police work and the department reiterated its earlier opposition to police providing a contact card at a traffic stop there's no time line for the bill at this point Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty a state trooper is accused of threatening and harassing a Long Island woman Sophia hall with the story here in Nassau County a state trooper from Rome New York was indicted on charges she threatened a woman online prosecutors say the Long Island woman was being deceived by thirty wonderful trooper Jennifer Dagnall on a dating website because prosecutors say Dagnall catfish the victim or pretended to be someone else on line in this case a man who wanted to date the victim but after the victim's sent nude photos technology is accused of threatening to post the pics if the victim did not buy fake New York state ideas for Dagnall the woman called the police I'm told technology is also accused of harassing another woman for fifteen years in the Rome area my call to the state police in Rome seeking comment on the case end of day gold is still employed as a trooper was not returned Sofia hold the B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty diagnose has been released on her own recognizance and her case was adjourned to September twenty third almost seven months after blaze decimated the mark out paper mills and toppled its iconic sign in Elmwood the next phase of recovery on the property is set to begin according to north Jersey dot com starting Monday comprehensive demolition activities will begin and will last for an estimated four months that's according to soundview paper company which owns the property the massive fire in January thirtieth destroyed thirty one of the thirty six buildings on the site it began in the storage area that had large rolls of paper inside it's seven twenty three right now you can get both sprints.

NYPD Joel Avelar Donovan Richards John Lee Sophia hall Nassau County Rome New York Jennifer Dagnall Rome Elmwood Joe Abelard Long Island New York soundview paper company fifteen years seven months four months
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I don't think it's that hard to figure out there is no timeline for the proposal in city council this fall Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty seven eighteen at W. C. B. S. African whether together every ten minutes on the eight so look at the New England Thruway with Kelly doing and we have a crash now southbound on the New England Thruway approaching a route two eighty seven two cars involved looks like the right lane out and delays back to exit in Greenwich thank you so much Tom for calling us up with that one I'm not looking too bad on the Connecticut turnpike and we do of construction work now it getting set up on the Merritt parkway heading south bound in Fairfield the right lane down between exit to a forty four and forty ones are starting to really get backed up in that spot Tappan Zee bridge not looking too bad a quiet now in each direction I just a bit busy though north and New York state throughway prior to the palisades parkway we do have some delays heading up towards that spot George Washington bridge a inbound upper and lower decks slow and still have this crash on the east and cross Bronx right by Jerome Avenue that blocks a lane so a bit busy on the east and cross Bronx what's found though delays are easing up but but still a bit busy between Webster Avenue and the bridge west side highway FDR drive not all that bad Lincoln tunnel we're down to about ten to fifteen minute wait each way and the Holland not bad ten minutes as well in each direction our next traffic updates in less than ten minutes on W. C. B. F. we get the five day forecast with meteorologist Frank straight forward muggy out there tonight to quiet start but we'll see a shower and thunderstorm in some areas starting later this evening.

New England Thruway Kelly Greenwich Tom Fairfield Tappan Zee bridge George Washington bridge Lincoln tunnel Holland Joe Abelard Connecticut New York Bronx W. C. B. Frank ten minutes fifteen minute five day
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"To make sure the NYPD is not racially profiling people when they're pulled over in traffic stops WCBS is Joe Avelar has more queen city council member Donovan Richards believes NYPD officers are less likely to profile drivers for traffic stop than they used to be I think that there have been improvements but do we need data to know if they're actually been into improvements at the end of the day to do that he's proposing officers report the race and ethnicity of everybody who's pulled over and that officers get the business card to everybody who's pulled over he also wants the results of all traffic stops reported to the public the NYPD reiterated its opposition to these ideas in a statement to WCBS sergeant Mary Frances McDonald said the bill would prolong traffic stops for census data collection and take police away from all the work it's going to take one more second but at information and that's already provided on the life and I don't think that that's asking too much the no brand I don't think it's that hard to figure out there is no timeline for the proposal in city council this fall Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty WCBS news time five twenty two dition digital brought to you by B. NH new York's ultimate camera superstore the newest competitor to apple watch comes out next month the Samsung's galaxy watch active to Tom's guy got an early look at likes the sleek design the galaxy watch active to also gets high marks for its built in run coach in sleep tracking you can also customize your watch face even have it match your outfit simply take a picture of part of your clothing and then choose a watch face from multiple patterns in the same colors the active two also has better integration with Twitter in you too for example you be able to like and retweet directly from your watch and you'll be able to watch a short video clips from YouTube and like.

NYPD Joe Avelar Donovan Richards Mary Frances McDonald Samsung Tom Twitter YouTube Joe Abelard B. NH new York apple
NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired in 2014 Eric Garner death

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:36 min | 1 year ago

NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo fired in 2014 Eric Garner death

"On the final decision given Monday on the fate of the NYPD officer whose chokehold killed Eric garner who stop for selling loose cigarettes more than five years after Eric garner exclaimed I can't breathe eleven times with officer Daniel Pantaleo is arm around his neck Pantaleo is now out of a job the unintended consequence of Mr garner's death must have a consequence of its own commissioner James o'neil says he's confident in his decision though it wasn't an easy one to make I had to do in the end what I felt was the correct decision the firing is effective immediately and pen delay was stripped of his pension o'neill says he understands cops who may not be happy with the decision but he says the department only to work through it there is accountability within the New York City police department it is fair and impartial at one police plaza Steve Byrnes WCBS newsradio eight eight and after yesterday's announcement the police commissioner who wins that station house and say we have over the pad delay always back he did nothing wrong so I yes what's changed that is New York city's police benevolent association police union president Patrick Lynch saying rank and file officers feel betrayed by the commissioner's decision to in his words put politics and self interest over the officers but the police union sentiment not shared by garner's family commission nail I thank you for doing the right thing I'm a garner daughter of Eric Gardner reacting to police commissioner o'neill's dismissal of Daniel Pantaleo today she spoke at the national action network with a brother Eric junior and the river now Sharpton and she said they're not done we will be going after the rest of the officers involved because they want the officers who testified on behalf of Pantaleo investigated for perjury they also want the chokehold outlawed as for PBA president Pat Lynch's claim penta layers dismissal was political the reference chart and set what kind of policemen do we have that would be upset that the commission of this it is presented by an administrative judge I heard the commission to say he served over three decades in the police force now he's a police hate it because he said I'm following the guidelines shop and also says he's opposed to acts of violence against police we denounce them continue to denounce does that throw water on please and do other things at police we're not for harming police at the national action network in Harlem Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty just a footnote here Pantaleo is attorney said he is filing to appealed the

Eric Junior Joe Abelard Harlem PBA Steve Byrnes Nypd Attorney Pat Lynch Perjury Sharpton Officer Eric Gardner Patrick Lynch President Trump New York City O'neill James O'neil Commissioner
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Inside a south Korean night club as dozens of peer to hold up an internal balcony as its collapsing to south Korean men were killed when the structures suddenly came crashing down on to the crowd below more than a dozen others were injured including eight international athletes competing in the world the quad X. championships in Guangzhou CBS's Kenneth Craig says for Americans are among the injured one of water polo a female water polo player had surgery she had a deep cut her leg it won't be Mexico paying for the wall at least not yet instead the Pentagon the supreme court's five conservative justices gave president trump the green light to build sections of the border wall with two and a half billion dollars in defense money CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley says the White House figured out a way to move ahead without Congress there's no question that part of this reflects the inherent power of the executive branch but much of it reflects the failure of Congress to simply do its job to actually stipulate how funds are to be spent instead they just hand over billions of dollars and sloshed around in the federal system and trump grab that money and he's now going to be able to use it funding for the project had been frozen by lower courts as a lawsuit over this issue continues the government of Guatemala has agreed to begin accepting asylum seekers in a major concession to the trump administration CBS's bill Rakoff with more under the new agreement migrants traveling to seek asylum in the US that passed through Guatemala would have to apply for asylum their first without continuing on to the United States acting homeland security secretary Kevin Michael in and says any migrants arriving in the U. S. who didn't seek protections in Guatemala would be sent back on Friday from praise the Guatemalan government saying now it has a friend in the United States instead of an enemy from says he expects reach similar agreements with Honduras and El Salvador may very well be another parade up the canyon of heroes this one would feature nine eleven first responders volunteers and other survivors an idea thought up by congresswoman Carolyn Maloney over the years New York has about rightly celebrated some great teams recently the women's soccer team the New York Yankees the mat the Rangers you name up the giants but I would suggest that the team of first responders firefighters and police officers EMG construction workers people with an amazing variety of skills they came together to help us recover at ground zero to save lives on nine eleven is one of the greatest teams ever assembled she sent a letter to mayor of Lazio making the request to honor and celebrate the first responders ahead of the re authorization and of the nine eleven victim compensation fund the mayor called it a great idea his office says it's looking to how to put together such an event house Democrats are going to court over secret grand jury material tied to the mall a report they say their rush investigation is now an impeachment investigation the house Judiciary Committee six judicial help for its investigation of the president its chairman and New York congressman Jerry Nadler wants access to the grand jury information developed by the special counsel Robert Muller citing Muller's testimony he told us in a remarkable exchange with Mr Lou that but for the department of justice policy prohibiting prohibiting from doing so he would have indicted president trump the Judiciary Committee also will ask a judge to force the former White House counsel Tom again to testify about the president's alleged attempt to thwart the Muller investigation he told us to Donald Trump obstructed justice and abused his office by tampering with witnesses attempting to block the investigation and attempting to fire the special counsel the president ridiculed the latest attempt to investigate him they want to do is paid they want to investigate that want to go fishing Joe Abelard.

billion dollars
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Victims family members your congressman Jerry Nadler the chairman of the house Judiciary Committee has gone to court in an attempt to obtain secret grand jury testimony from the mother probe as the panel investigates whether to recommend articles of impeachment against the president more from our Joe Abelard house Judiciary Committee is in effect beginning an impeachment in Korea president trump says congressman Jerry Nadler and he says house speaker Nancy Pelosi was involved in the drafting of these lawsuits for now though the testimony from former special counsel Robert Muller was critical he told us to Donald Trump obstructed justice and abused his office by tampering with witnesses attempting to block the investigation and attempting to fire the special counsel alleged attempts to remove the special counsel to thwart the investigation a behind the subpoena former White House counsel dom again now there once a secret grand jury information that mother used for his report to review alleged abuses of power by the president and his inner circle he told us that Donald Trump lied to the public about the trump tower meeting in New York why do the public about his plans for trump tower in Moscow and light in his written responses to the special counsel Republicans are tacking now either the ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee Doug Collins called the salt a baseless legal claim Joe level are WCBS newsradio eight eighty legionnaires disease claims a life that's next W. CBS news time seven oh seven.

New York CBS White House Korea Joe Abelard congressman Doug Collins Moscow trump tower chairman Donald Trump Robert Muller special counsel Nancy Pelosi congressman Jerry Nadler Judiciary Committee president house Judiciary Committee
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Low of seventy early this morning all right thanks Mike W. C. guest is Tom for ten year stay will fight the justice department's approval of the merger of T. mobile and sprint new York's Attorney General Letitia James says there are many reasons she's opposed to the latest T. mobile sprint merger idea not the least of which is that the phone companies would sell some airwave rights to dish satellite TV network dish then promises to build its own fourth mobile phone network at a cost of billions dish and never shown any inclination or ability to build a nation wide mobile network on its own and has repeatedly broken after sure Ince's the Federal Communications Commission about deployment of its spectrum James also worries about the plan for T. mobile and sprint to sell some of their prepaid phone businesses to dish she believes that would drive up costs to consumers the free market should be picking winners and losers not the government and that regulators James in thirteen other states attorneys general are suing to block the merger they will continue their suit she says in a telephone news conference today she refused to discuss any terms that would change our opposition simply saying I don't negotiate on the phone Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eight US army corps of engineers has awarded seven and a half million dollar contract to periodically replenish beaches at the southern tip of New Jersey maintaining and widening beaches in the Cape May area as part of a massive ongoing effort along the state's entire ocean coastline to protected against storm damage work is expected to begin in the fall and scientists will look into what killed a humpback whale found floating off the southeastern tip of Long Island the Atlantic marine conservation society says the thirty foot long female whale was brought to a Montauk beach Friday she was spotted when stay about six miles off shore.

Tom T. mobile York Letitia James Ince Federal Communications Commiss US army corps New Jersey Long Island Atlantic marine conservation s Attorney Joe Abelard Cape May million dollar thirty foot ten year
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"President and WCBS reporter Joe Abelard tells us they want the secret grand jury information from the special counsel's investigation the house Judiciary Committee seeks judicial help for its investigation of the president its chairman and New York congressman Jerry Nadler wants access to the grand jury information developed by the special counsel Robert Muller citing Muller's testimony he told us in a remarkable exchange with Mr alluded but for the department of justice policy prohibiting prohibiting from doing so he would have indicted president trump the Judiciary Committee also will ask a judge to force the former White House counsel Tom again to testify about the president's alleged attempt to thwart the Muller investigation he told us that Donald Trump obstructed justice and abused his office by tampering with witnesses attempting to block the investigation and attempting to fire the special counsel the president ridiculed the latest attempt to investigate him they want to do is paid they want to investigate that want to go fishing Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's not running out the clock on impeachment as lawmakers start a six week summer recess without having to labor and then top liberal priority I so I'm willing to take whatever heat there is there to say one week one the decision will be made in a timely fashion this is an analyst and when we have all of the strongest possible case Democrats cap the two hundred day mark as the house Majority with a long list of bills passed but they face criticism for stopping short of opening impeachment proceedings the Supreme Court has cleared the way for the trump administration to tap Pentagon funds to build sections of border wall with Mexico moments after the decision the president tweeted the decision is a big win for border security and the rule of law and speaking of immigration the government of Guatemala has agreed to begin accepting asylum seekers and a major concession to the trump administration story portal signature the president stood over the Guatemalan interior minister is he signed a safe third country agreement has his country vowing to grant asylum to those who seek it so that they don't have to continue further north acting homeland security secretary Kevin mac lean and says it would affect asylum seekers coming up from countries south of Guatemala so if they arrive in the U. S. not having avail themselves of the opportunity to be returned to Guatemala days earlier president trump threatened to impose a severe penalty on Guatemala if you didn't agree to the deal Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House WCBS news time ten thirty five a failure to do routine roof inspections is costing the Housing Authority of New York City millions of dollars Virginia Cunningham.

Stephen Portnoy Housing Authority Virginia Cunningham reporter Joe Abelard New York department of justice White House Kevin mac Pentagon Mexico secretary CBS New York City President Guatemala
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Home yeah I will be the east side decide on what he's got yeah what police found inside the backpack with a metal thermos and an umbrella the incident trapped commuters on a train near Hudson station and service was suspended between Euclid Avenue and Lefferts Boulevard the man who was struck was taken in critical condition to Jamaica hospital in ozone park Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty four oh five W. CBS the merger of T. mobile and sprint has been approved by the justice department but New York Attorney General tish James says she will fight to make sure that deal does not go through our Joe Abelard tells us why new York's Attorney General Letitia James says there are many reason she's opposed to the latest T. mobile sprint merger idea not the least of which is that the phone companies would sell some airwave rights to dish satellite TV network dish then promises to build its own fourth mobile phone network at a cost of billions dish and never shown any inclination or ability to build a nation wide mobile network on its own and has repeatedly broken up by sure Ince's the Federal Communications Commission about the appointment of that spectrum James also worries about the plan for T. mobile and sprint to sell some of their prepaid phone businesses to dish she believes that would drive up costs to consumers the free market should be picking winners and losers not the government and I regulators James in thirteen other states attorneys general are suing to block the merger they will continue their suit she says in a telephone news conference today she refused to discuss any terms that would change her opposition simply saying I don't negotiate on the phone Joe Abelard WCBS newsradio eight eighty four oh seven a W. CBS for sponsored by Walgreens and wal green's you can get expert diabetes advice twenty four.

Federal Communications Commiss tish James Attorney New York sprint wal green Walgreens CBS Hudson station Ince Letitia James Joe Abelard T. mobile Jamaica hospital five W
"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"joe abelard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"B. S. good afternoon I'm Joe Abelard with three things to know at one fifteen number one investigators still determining the cause of the blackout that knocked out power to seventy two thousand con ed customers from the theater district a hell's kitchen up to west seventy second street number two man the bloody defended not being in the city when the lights went out saying he was kept informed the entire time he's back in town now plans to go to the side of the outage and number three ice threatening mass raids today to find undocumented families still no clues as to the whereabouts of New Canaan mother of five Jennifer Farber do this she disappeared during a bitter divorce battle it was about as nasty as a divorce proceeding can get expensive lawyers child custody battles ever escalating tensions investigators are reviewing all of it in their quest to find out what happened to Jennifer Farber do Los was last seen dropping your kids off at school on may twenty fourth in New Canaan the divorce case took an even uglier turn in March court documents reviewed by the Hartford current reveal Fotis de Los attempted to get the judge dismissed from the case for the studio said he'd unknowingly contacted the judge's husband attorney Norman Heller about representing him well they never came to an agreement do loss claim this would present a conflict of interest for that judge Donna Heller Jennifer do losses defense team claims photos to Los knew exactly what he was doing and that this was further evidence of his manipulative behavior judge Heller ultimately did not recuse herself photos to Los in his girlfriend my shelter conus have been charged with evidence tampering in hindering the prosecution both are out of jail after posting bond Steve burns WCBS newsradio eight eighty thousands of Franco files are expected to invade Smith street in Boerum hill today to celebrate Bastille day the sixteenth annual Smith St Paul Vence festival and tournament brings French food music and culture to the.

Joe Abelard Jennifer Farber New Canaan Fotis de Los attorney Norman Heller Donna Heller Jennifer Boerum hill Hartford Steve burns Franco Smith St Paul Vence seventy second