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"kenny mccormick" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Today about the pandemic where we are and where we're heading regarding it CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick has more Dr Anthony Fauci said he's concerned about a growing number of cases in some states like Texas and Arizona we were going down from thirty thousand to twenty five to twenty and now we sort of stayed about flat and now we're going up a couple of days ago there were thirty thousand new infections that's very troublesome to me and asked about president trump's comments on reducing testing it's the opposite we're gonna be doing more testing not less he also said more surveillance will be conducted to prevent more community spread out you also testifying he believes quotes it will be when not if there will be a covert nineteen vaccine and that he remains cautiously optimistic that some will be ready by the end of this year meantime there's an increase in the number of young people millennials and members of generation Z. now testing positive for corona virus in some rare cases Kobe nineteen were hospitalized millennials but for the most part the onus is relatively mild sometimes maybe just a sore throat Dr Alex Lacasse is an infectious diseases specialist at St Mary's hospital in Saint Louis so if you do have mild symptoms and that's been referred that's policy a symptomatic meeting few symptoms including loss of smell loss or taste these could be predictor of milder disease if any disease at all that's on the car says the real concern is that these young people unknowingly transmit covert nineteen to their grandparents or older family members back home for about a month for CBS news St Louis the question of whether the president was kidding when he said he'd order a slowdown of corona virus testing appears to have been settled but not without some new contradictions coming from the White House is press secretary said he was joking but the president told reporters Kayleigh McEnany was asked about that as Mr trump Arizona what was it and that's why he said I don't care the president calls increased testing a double edged sword the downside a sense that the problem is getting worse he sees an upshot in a lower fatality rate Dr Anthony Fauci told members of a house panel he's never been instructed to slow down test in fact we will be doing more testing Steven Portnoy a CBS news Washington in Ypsilanti the mayor is resigning one week after she said she supported the appointment of a human relations commissioner only because she would be crucified if you voted against a black person Beth Bouchard said she was quote deeply sorry to have for ten year end on this note she said as a result of her actions quotes there is healing to do to ensure that all residents including black indigenous and people of color enjoy full equity in the city but shared apologizing and said she was quote deeply ashamed and saddened by her remarks in the city of Atlanta today a black man killed by a white police officer June the twelfth is being remembered during a funeral service ads and historic church hundreds of mourners some dressed in all white another wearing black lives matter shirts gathered at Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist church to pay tribute to ray shard Brooks the Reverend Bernice king spoke from the same public as her father the Reverend Martin Luther king junior date of the nineteen sixties these tragic moments remind.
Navy won't reinstate captain fired for raising coronavirus concerns
"And this just in the navy commander who lost his job after warning about a covert nineteen outbreak on the USS Theodore Roosevelt will not get his job back CBS is Kenny McCormick the navy has upheld the firing of captain Brett crozier and also extended the blame to include a one star admiral who was also on board a navy investigation found both committed serious errors in judgment crosier had written a memo complaining about the dangers of the outbreak on the carrier a memo that was leaked one thousand crew members eventually became infected with the corona
General Mark Milley says it was a 'mistake' to accompany Trump on walk to church
"The chairman of the joint chiefs of staff says he should not have walked with president trump through DC park to a church last week as protesters were forced to clear out of the way CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick reports the president's top military adviser general mark Milley apologize for taking part in the photo op it was a mistake speaking to graduate to the national defense university he said the photo sparked a debate about the role of the military in civil society my presence in that moment and in that environment eight a perception of the military involved in domestic politics melley said he'd learned a lesson from
Military leaders condemn Trump over protest response
"Former defense secretary James Mattis gives a stinging rebuke of president trump CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick Mattis accused president trump of trying to divide the American people he said the president doesn't even pretend to try this statement published in the Atlantic says the nation is witnessing the consequences of three years without mature leadership president trump responded in a tweet in which he called mad is the world's most overrated general I ask for his letter writing right resignation and felt great about it meantime retired marine corps four star general John Allen also criticizing the president's response to the protests Allen writes that events on Monday quote may well signal the beginning of the end of the American
US report: China hid coronavirus severity to hoard supplies
"The US believes China may have cover up the extent of the corona virus outbreak so China could stockpile the medical supplies and do what we need here CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick and intelligence report obtained by the Associated Press claims Chinese leaders intentionally concealed the severity of the pandemic from the world in early January all the while increasing its imports and decreasing exports of medical supplies the trump administration has been critical of China secretary of state Pompeo said over the weekend that China has exposed the world to viruses in the past as a result of failures in its
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WWL
"Will have loosened their lockdowns some allowing retailers with limits on customers movie theaters and restaurants to open with capacity restrictions this little rock Arkansas restaurant owner thinks it's still too soon during curbside was one thing but having people come to the you know the patio or the dining room it even then I was cleaning up after them that's a really different set of circumstances governor Cuomo ordered New York City subways to be shut down for four hours overnight for daily cleaning starting next week the transit system has lost dozens of workers to the corona virus here in California number of beaches will be closed this weekend last weekend thousands went to the beaches how did the coronavirus begin U. S. intelligence officers are now trying to find out your CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick a statement from the office of the director of national intelligence as the corona virus was not man made or genetically modified but a lot of attention has been focused on a lab in Wuhan China and this statement says the U. S. intelligence community will continue to examine whether the outbreak might have been the result of an accident at the lab both president trump and secretary of state Pompeo have accused China of not being transparent the search for covert nineteen vaccine goes on around the world the White House now hopes to get at the head start on manufacturing CBS's we Jiang president trump took ownership of operation warp speed the administration's ambitious effort to make three hundred million doses of coronavirus vaccines available by the.
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Forty two in College Park forty three and Leesburg in forty six in Washington as we head to the upper fifties low sixties today ten forty now president trump tweeted this morning a stern warning to Iran some U. S. ships have been harassed by Iranian forces in the Gulf region now president trump is saying he has instructed the U. S. navy to fire on any Iranian ships that harass it at sea this is after eleven vessels from Iran's revolutionary guard corps came dangerously close to U. S. ships in the Gulf at CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick president trump clarifying his executive order suspending immigration he says the measure will initially last for sixty days and apply to those seeking permanent residence here the president says farmers will not be affected confirming that visas for agricultural workers fall outside the scope of the measure the president is expected to sign that order today intelligence agencies are digging into the origins of the covert nineteen virus meantime China is stepping up its defense against claims that it came from a lab there more and more evidence is emerging the virus was not bioengineered while the scientific community has adamantly claimed it came from bats naturally and not from a laboratory there are vocals with questions about whether the virus escaped from a laboratory in Wuhan that was working on corona viruses in bats but according to the Wall Street journal the main researcher at that lab says there is no evidence that the virus escaped from that laboratory or any other in Wuhan in a social media post to doctor she's jangly said she could call guarantee on my life the virus had not escaped from their labs Gigi green WTOP news the state of Missouri is suing China's government claiming it is responsible for the death and suffering an economic losses around the world including in Missouri Republican Attorney General there Eric Schmidt says the Chinese government lied about the dangers of the virus and didn't do enough to slow its spread it's not clear whether that suit will have any impact U. S. law generally prohibits lawsuits against other countries with few exceptions China calls the lawsuit absurd the divide is deepening as governors and a growing number of states here are pressing ahead with plans to ease restrictions and reopen portions of their economy Georgia is one of those states we hear more from CBS news correspondent mark Strassmann budgeted to Florida Georgia governor Brian Kemp will re open gyms tattoo parlors and bowling alleys among others five southern states have started lifting restrictions social distancing stays some businesses in Tennessee and Texas got open Monday Mississippi lifted some restrictions yesterday and South Carolina re open beaches and department stores today and Florida is trying to come up with a plan to re open for business and especially for tourists this strategy to open tourist locations especially theme parks will likely start with Floridians Dana young is president and CEO of visit Florida the state's tourism agency our marketing will aim to invoke it the board apprised by reminding Floridians that they are black the live in one of the most amazing vacation destination in the world young says they're also in the best position to get to Disney world universal in other attraction simply because they can drive there Peter king CBS news Orlando meantime bridges to north Carolina's Outer Banks have been closed to visitors for about a month now to try to prevent the spread of the virus but now there's a plan to let out of town property owners and visitors back to popular destinations starting on may fourth dare county North Carolina will let out of state property owners back onto the barrier island but they'll need to apply for a permit to get past police checkpoints they'll have to wear masks and observe physical distancing guidelines in stores as they get their properties ready to be rented no decision's been made yet on one visitors will be allowed in dare county nonresident homeowners in Currituck county which includes the town of Kerala will be allowed back starting tomorrow they will be allowed to cross the bridge and travel north on route twelve through their county to get to current talk me a log consisting WTOP news and this reminder that police in Rehoboth beach Delaware are monitoring out of state cars that come into the beach town to make sure they're following restrictions social distancing guidelines and ocean city's mayor is asking visitors not to come for the time being well let's get a check on Wall Street how we doing Jeff Clabaugh W. that was up four hundred ten points the S. and P. five hundred index is now up to percent money news in ten minutes on WTOP sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda ten forty five today frustum it's tough to compare different eras in hockey especially with the styles of play and goaltenders padding slash equipment changing over the years but tonight the twentieth century's top goal scorer Wayne Gretzky faces off against the current errors number one goal getter Alex invention on Xbox they'll be playing a best of three series on EA sports NHL twenty overeat grew up admiring the great one I think his version of the game I think how can control the game how she get different players better around him and that's a special talent I think the guys to play with them and selection because you know they get lots of points lots of cops the shares will stream live on the capital's twitch channel beginning at eight viewers will have the opportunity to donate to the monumental sports and entertainment foundation as well as the Edmonton food bank to benefit the coronavirus relief effort minor league baseball could be undergoing major changes in twenty twenty one the miners reportedly agreeing with Major League Baseball to reduce guaranteed affiliations from one hundred sixty two one hundred twenty next year not including rookie league teams the nationals and Orioles currently have five minor league affiliates apiece NFL former New England in future Tampa Bay tight end rob Gronkowski will be wearing the number eighty seven he supported with the patriots according to the NFL network Buccaneers had a Jordan Leggett switching to number eighty one the issue of the NFL draft starts tomorrow with the Redskins owning the second overall pick Dave Preston WTOP sports coming up the trump organization asking for rent relief for its DC hotel ten forty seven if you don't know PPC if you don't know SCO if you don't know O. 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United Airlines reinstates some international flights to help displaced customers get home
"Many Americans are trying to get back to the U. S. and some help is on the way CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick United now says it's reinstating a limited number of flights from Europe South America and Seoul South Korea in order to get displaced Americans home thousands are stranded around the globe the state department has been working to get them back because of a lack of commercial flights in some cases the defense department has returned them home
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Is at this time no need for you to get tested New Jersey will open a second drive through testing site next week at the PNC bank arts center that's at exit one sixteen on the garden state parkway Connecticut's first drive through corona virus testing center opened today in Stamford where seven cases have been confirmed this virus doesn't care whether you're the CEO of a major corporation or a basketball star whether somebody who just got laid off because the restaurant closed we need everyone who's in any way exposed to get testing and are working to ramp that up as fast as we possibly can Stamford mayor David Martin says it's what the city of Stamford open a drive through corona testing area at the beach in Cummings park but not everyone who worries can get tested it's just for those with symptoms who have a doctor's referral and it's by appointment only insurance is not a requirement if you don't have insurance and you can't pay them that's fine but we still need people tested if you've got those active symptoms I don't care we'll get you tested the mayor adds that the access health Connecticut insurance enrollment period has been extended and now is the time to get it before you get sick Joe outlaw WCBS newsradio eight eighty the state department's travel alert has left many Americans stranded around the world with no way to get home because commercial flights have been canceled around the world Americans are emailing U. S. embassy seeking help in getting home that day a couple places a particular prune Morocco I think we've got the first two maybe three now flights out of Morocco secretary of state Mike Pompeii some of these Americans are being returned on chartered flights and other options are being looked at we've worked with the department offense to say whether our space available will be able to bring them back on those flights as well Americans with health conditions are being given priority CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick coming up on eleven thirty six this is WCBS on the air at eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app download it now and take us with you.
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Quarantining corresponding Kenny McCormick military transport aircraft have moved at least a half a million test kits to various locations around the country to military ships will head to locations where local doctors are inundated with coronavirus cases and the air and Army National Guard are now assisting in twenty three states CBS news update on that paper it's one thirty two now with the eleven people in New York City you have died from cove it nineteen among the almost nineteen hundred reported cases in all here in the city mayor bill de Blasio was on WCBS yesterday saying he is still thinking of pushing a shelter in place order medical order by Thursday today the model I'm looking at is what's going on in San Francisco right now and it's the online people can get all the details in San Francisco is said to people stay home but they're not making an optional saying they're not making it a great thing they're saying stay home only essential work happens and they did they make very clear you know that means health care that means transit that means the kind of things are necessary to keep people going grocery stores pharmacies it's a clear list of things those businesses keep going people still go and get the basics they need for life now governor Cuomo however said he is not issuing a shelter in place order businesses in the state are now facing works and some restrictions no business can have more than fifty percent of their work force report to work outside of their home governor Cuomo says his state needs to set its priorities in the crisis at hand is a public health crisis once we get past that then we'll deal with the economic crisis a military hospital ship is on its way with one thousand bed in addition mobile facilities will be built where they're most needed with a financial crisis looming the governor says he will not raise taxes Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty W. CBS news time is one thirty three and across the Hudson River as New Jersey gets more positive cases of the coronavirus governor Murphy is reminding people this was to be expected for two reasons number one you've got some amount of community interaction and spread as part of this and importantly a lot more people getting tested his reminders to follow the advice some bold social distancing and when it comes to crowds gathering in large numbers we don't care whether gathering it's a public health concern meanwhile more testing centers will soon be up and running the Bergen county drive to recite will open this Friday and the one at the PNC performing arts center that should open soon after as for the age range of those sickened state officials say the youngest patient is five the oldest ninety five in New Jersey Kevin Rinko WCBS newsradio eight eighty numbers two more people have died in New Jersey so now five deaths and all connected to corona virus in the garden state among four hundred twenty seven confirmed cove in nineteen cases and all the hundred and sixty two new ones are added to that total over taste time doubly CBS news time is one thirty four another wild ride on Wall Street another day another one and Wednesday by the drop stocks fell by over five percent which at this point is wiped out all the gains for the Dow Jones industrial average for the past three years so why not close the stock market for now a lot of people who really recommended that for sure here's the here's the hesitation the hesitation is what it is that the president for every time the president of the national emergency if we shut down the stock market what happens if we do shut down the stock market do we come out on the other end with all the selling that we were expecting to see during that period of time will come out all at once and then he crashed then how does that really play out in the long term into for now I think a lot of things get even worse than now which is a high bar and to say that we were we were like need to keep the stock market opened I believe estimation and and the president have that something that effect as well that is Bloomberg news's creepy Gupta the New York Stock Exchange did announce Wednesday it'll close its trading floor the rest of the week and then fully moved to electronic trading someone who works at the stock exchange tested positive for cove it nineteen all all the automated trading will still be in effect the exchange they have been testing everyone coming in.
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Kenny McCormick says the U. S. is sending to hospital ships to help the comfort and mercy are not equipped for contagious patients but the navy says they will assist with the treatment of other patients in coastal locations where local health professionals are dealing with a large number of coronavirus cases both ships are currently under maintenance and medical staff are being identified a second method of testing for the virus may be employed says president trump the groups are working on determining if a self swap by an individual is as effective as the other the other is very effective very accurate and vice president pence says America's northern border is being close president as you all are were also announced today that by mutual consent of the northern border to Canada will be closed to non essential travel CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman case CBS news time is eleven thirty two the treasury department wants to start issuing direct payments to Americans by early next month as the centerpiece of a one trillion dollar plan to stabilize the economy amid the corona virus epidemic the payments can't come soon enough for most people a new survey from WalletHub finds around sixty seven million Americans think they will have trouble paying their credit card bills because of the pandemic for more we're joined live on the KCBS ring central news line by Jill Gonzalez analyst with WalletHub thanks so much for being with us this morning thanks for having a so how is coded nineteen according to your survey affecting Americans financial standing well right now corona virus is the top stressor in America even above that many problems so really a mix of everything here and as you said many Americans anticipate having trouble paying their credit card bills because of corporate nineteen that's just one issue we're also looking at mortgage payments rent payment and of course you're taking care of your family right and of course those in lower incomes people making less than fifty thousand people work in bars restaurants some of the airlines hotels the blue collar jobs it's a tough tough to work and stuff to work remotely even and many of them don't have jobs so how we're spending habits changing about one hundred sixty million Americans stated there's even more money during this whole thing rather than spending more however really if you unplug the first couple of weeks people are spending about twenty percent more on groceries and they typically are interesting and is there a breakdown between the sexes how men are spending money versus women there are women right now are most likely to spend less on travel specifically while men are most likely to spend less on entertainment events travel that's so funny to me I can't imagine anybody tries to get a robo call the other day and I I laughed when they said that they were calling to something related with travel this just ground to a halt what about I'm touching cash I mean we know that this virus can live on surfaces for up to three days and money of course is included on that that's why about sixty percent of people believe it's possible to contract the corona virus from nineteen which we don't know how true that is I mean it does seem a little bit more likely than with other diseases but that being said using credit cards right now it's a little bit deeper of an option as long as you don't pass them from one person to another a lot of them are contactless now as well so you just have to tap them in battle yeah that that that is a good thing I think we should be like France and have a little trays and maybe do it that way without having to and I've even noticed some cashiers getting you know making sure that they're not touching people's hands when they pass back the the money as well any advice for people as as an analyst for ways to maybe manage that stress or or get through this time or do things differently that could help us in the long run absolutely so the banks and credit unions have said that they are willing to help consumers right now now get more and more consumers have gotten wind of this so the call line for most banks are very long right now but they are working on ways to make this more of an online process for now though get on one of those car line the banks are willing to help some of the things that they have offered include a leading and that payments line of extending grades and lowering interest rates for the time being sounds great thank you so much for your insight we've been joined on the KCBS ring central news line by Jill Gonzales an analyst with the wallet hub they just did a survey of talking about how Americans to think they will have trouble paying off their credit bills because of this corona virus pandemic case CBS news time is eleven thirty six we'll check back with traffic George in two minutes the jeep celebration event is here which means great deals on the S. 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"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Residents of the RV park were evacuated from the disaster area to spend the night in nearby cities reporter Jacob Brandenburg ought not talk another rocket attack on a base in Iraq home to Americans there's been no comment from the U. S. military in Baghdad that Iraqi officials say a barrage of rockets hit camp Taji a dozen landing inside the base this is the same base that was hit just days ago two Americans were killed in that attack CBS is Kenny McCormick and this is CBS news WBZ news time to all three the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three leave that some trouble on ninety five in this report is sponsored by unbounded dot org traveling route ninety five heading north bound by the Peabody Lynnfield line we do have a crash the vehicle is taken down a sign and damage the guardrail in that area and that's going to tie things up a little bit then they'll be repair crew out to fix all that so keep in mind watch out for it southbound on ninety five if you get into the Topsfield area right around route ninety seven looks like we've got a mishap there and that's causing all about a half mile back up traveling down to the south all is reasonably well on routes twenty four en route three to on the eastbound side of the route to getting into the act and stretching it a little bit of trouble through there and that's causing so much because about a half mile of delayed back to about four ninety five and traveling right in downtown all is reasonably well short delay on store drive towards leopard circle there's not so many people in the taverns and establishments to pour out on area roadways but do watch out for those who are right now there are young people across the world facing tough choices continue their dreams of education or drop out to help their families put food on the table you can help change their futures in a single moment see how far your support can go at unbound dot org I'm jacquard WBZ twenty four hour traffic network here's.
U.S. military to halt domestic travel due to coronavirus
"The coronavirus is having an impact on US diplomatic and military personnel as CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick reports many state and defense department personnel are now working from home at the Pentagon anyone who's traveled overseas will be banned from the building for the time being the state department is advising only mission critical travel the Pentagon is restricting all domestic travel for service
2 U.S. service members killed by 'enemy forces' in Iraq
"Two more American service members killed in Iraq corresponding Kenny McCormick has the latest from the Pentagon the U. S. military says the two were killed by enemy forces in north central Iraq they were advising Iraqi security forces in what was called an ISIS stronghold thousands of U. S. troops are still in Iraq to prevent a resurgence of
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Hour winds in east Nashville and several other towns the National Weather Service says it's still unclear just how many tornadoes touched down John Cooper is Nashville's mayor there were in the transition from yesterday's emergency to recovery the next phase will be rebuilt president trump is set to travel to Tennessee on Friday we'll see what happens has been president trump's assessment of the peace deal signed between the U. S. and Taliban in Afghanistan and no wonder is so far peace has been elusive correspondent Kenny McCormick is at the Pentagon the U. S. conducted what it called a defensive air strike today against Taliban fighter as you were attacking an Afghan checkpoint in Helmand province this was the first U. S. airstrike against the Taliban in eleven days a U. S. military spokesman says the Taliban conducted more than forty attacks on Afghan security forces yesterday alone and he said the Taliban appears to be intent on squandering the opportunity for peace the strike came just hours after a phone call between president trump and the Taliban's chief negotiator a justice department watchdog report says the FBI must better handle tips and leads on potential terrorism suspects includes evaluating whether people with mental health problems pose legitimate threats to public safety the report from the inspector general's office identifies what it says are weaknesses and inconsistencies in how the F. B. I. looks and tips on subjects known as homegrown violent extremists because our people are motivated by jihadist ideology and are in this country independent of foreign terrorist organizations the report underscores the F. B. I.'s challenges in preventing violence from people whose actions and ideology may be disturbing without actually violating federal law fifty four degrees and sunny at the radio dot com world headquarters in center city reaching for fifty nine on this windy Wednesday afternoon one oh nine down got jammed up.
U.S. drone strikes against Taliban
"Developing overnight despite a peace deal signed last week and the U. S. has launched attacks against Taliban forces in Afghanistan CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick has more from the Pentagon a U. S. military spokesman says the air strike was against Taliban fighters in Helmand province who are actively attacking an Afghan checkpoint he calls it a defensive strike it says it was the first of its kind in eleven days yesterday the Taliban conducted more than forty attacks against Afghan security forces U. S. military says the Taliban is reached ansible for the deaths of thousands of American troops in nearly nineteen years of fighting in
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"President says he doesn't believe the U. S. will pursue war with his country because it'll harm president trump's twenty twenty reelection bid Asano honey added that war would be harmful to US interests and those of its regional allies as well as Iran Tehran and Washington came close to an open conflict last month when U. S. drone strike killed or Ron's top general outside Baghdad Iran retaliated with a missile strikes on base housing U. S. troops in Iraq Ronnie is again saying that the US should rejoin the twenty fifteen nuclear deal that president trump pulled out of if it wants to return to negotiations some of the NATO troops that were withdrawn from Iraq during those heightened tensions between the US and Iran are now returning CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick has details from the Pentagon Denmark has just announced it's sending its troops back to Iraq from Kuwait Iraq had demanded foreign forces leave the country but it's now green lighted an expanded NATO mission that's a training mission only and one that's less politically sensitive for the Iraqi government in the U. S. led coalition against ISIS which includes combat operations federal prosecutors in Maryland recommending more than five years in prison for a man who pleaded guilty to conspiring to obtain hundreds of stolen televisions worth more than a million dollars sol ET had pleaded guilty to conspiring to commit mail and wire fraud he was one of eight defendants charged and is said to be the first one sentence prosecutors say he and others posed as U. S. navy contracting agents to convince three US companies to ship them electronics equipment without payments up front among the victims were a Maryland based defense contractor and the whole sale audio video distributor in Virginia an American hero who survived the deadly day in world history is being remembered one of the few remaining USS Arizona crewmembers who lived through the attack on Pearl Harbor has died Donald Stratton passed away in his sleep at his Colorado springs Colorado home at age ninety seven the Arizona.
U.S. will leave Iraq at some point, but this isn't the right point
"Will US troops remain in Iraq Iraq's prime minister once a plan for US withdrawal now the response from the state department not so fast CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick we are happy to continue the conversation with the Iraqis about what the right structure S. but secretary of state Mike Pompeii said it's too early to start talking about withdrawing more than five thousand American troops we've been there to perform a trading mission to help the Iraqi security forces be successful and to continue the campaign against ISIS the counter dash campaign of we're going to continue that mission the Iraqis called on the U. S. to send a delegation there to draw up plans for a withdrawal complaining the recent build up of troops because of tensions with Iran violated a past
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on WTOP
"Spending Kenny McCormick we are happy to continue the conversation with the Iraqis about what the right structure is that secretary of state Mike Pompeii said it's too early to start talking about withdrawing more than five thousand American troops we've been there to perform a training mission to help the Iraqi security forces be successful and to continue the campaign against ISIS the counter dash campaign of we're going to continue that mission the Iraqis called on the U. S. to send a delegation there to draw up plans for a withdrawal complaining the recent build up of troops because of tensions with Iran violated a past agreement Cammy McCormick CBS news the Pentagon the latest shot fired by the trump administration at a run is economic new sanctions have been announced targeting eight senior Iranian officials and manufacturing mining and textiles sectors foreign policy analyst Joseph certain Sione this is gonna hurt these sanctions that will further continue the economic warfare against Iran that this administration's been waging treasury secretary Stephen Manujan says the sanctions will cut off billions of dollars of support to the Iranian regime house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she plans to send articles of impeachment to the Senate next week the speaker and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have been at an impasse over the nature of the upcoming Senate impeachment trial CBS news political analyst Leonard Stein horn Nancy Pelosi accomplished a message of victory by insisting that witnesses be called even if she couldn't get Mitch McConnell to do so she made that a primary message of the impeachment trial that's coming ahead in the Senate there is a new jobs report out one hundred forty five thousand jobs were added in December a bit of a slowdown in job growth unemployment held at three point five percent this is economic analyst mark Hamrick economy appears to be stable the job market is at least marching employees were still adding more workers than we need to to absorb the growth of the population and as long as we're above say one hundred thousand jobs out of the month we should be fine CBS news correspondent Naomi rock on with the story of one company looking to attract and keep good people looking to pull down six figures this year see if Taco Bell is hiring general managers at some of its company owned restaurants will now receive an annual salary of one hundred thousand dollars as the company tries to recruit and retain talented people the higher.
"kenny mccormick" Discussed on KCBS All News
"More anti American unrest today outside the US embassy in Baghdad by forces backed by Iran CBS's Kenny McCormick is at the Pentagon these militiamen and their supporters have camped out of the gates of the embassy overnight as more crowds arrive today they lit a fire on the roof of a reception area US troops fired tear gas to turn them back the defense department has deployed one hundred additional marines to the embassy and seven hundred fifty soldiers from the army's eighty second airborne division they'll be based in Kuwait defense secretary mark as per says additional troops from the rapid reaction force could deploy over the next several days the militiamen are protesting American airstrikes last weekend that targeted in Iran supported militia killing twenty five fighters Iran denies any involvement in the attack at the embassy those strikes were in response to a rocket attack on an Iraqi army base that killed a civilian working as a government contractor CBS news update I'm Gary non CBS news time at three thirty two is your news watch continues travels one of the top resolutions for twenty twenty mark Elwood a contributing editor at Conde Nast traveler join CBS this morning to take a look at the big travel trends and locations for the new year including space travel what people don't realize is yes we've heard about space tourism which sounds amazing and which of Branson has made it very much his world virgin galactic based say they will take passengers in twenty one states paying seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars aids but NASA is also saying it will take passengers ought to this international space station Jeff basins has a program that's going to trial let alone mosque there's a lot of people what are some of the other trends what what are you in and be in be kind of person never done Airbnb I did it a couple of times but sometimes it it feels a little not clean enough suction so nice about that was I thought it was a decade has this second see this trial but I would say that in twenty twenty be on we're seeing a new kind of combination called the home tell so it's a home that feels like a hotel so effectively companies like Dunn me envy that he rents an apartment from someone but you get all the backend of a hotel you get concierge service twenty four seven you get maid service you can have the French stocks however you want to see you saying back back sort of hybrid of it and also what about a Pashto pop a partial hot line that I can I do it all find that Porsche hostile someone other words this is somewhere that historically it's someone you would think of is a bit of a flea bag place to stay when you're nineteen yeah these these hotels hostels have bunk beds and they realized families would love bunk beds if we what game so now these posh hostels with bunk beds clean reasons why the boss for instance you knew your family can stay that the generator in Miami life house that kind of thing what about Rwanda I saw that was also a top place to travel when I think of Rwanda I still think of the genocide that there's been a lot of developments in new parks and I was I was on assignment and Rhonda in January and I think you're absolutely right we immediately remember a reminder of the nineties the strategy to rebuild the country has been really long and very careful and they for tourism and Asaf tele yeah and essentially that's going to be a new flight from JFK to Kigali the capital and direct wow should be starting this year and we wanna is a bucket list place you are going to spend quite a lot of money when you're there because they wanted to be a sustainable process they are saying come see the guerrillas Kansi the chimpanzees but we want your grandchildren seem to so we're gonna charge you fifteen hundred dollars for that experience and it will support conservation that's amazing I really want to the growing number one at all okay great we'll talk later I'm still thinking about sustainability has governmental should we all do like credit to bird and try not to fly okay here is the way I would approach that I think question that has raised some really interesting questions about sustainability travel at the moment most estimates say contributes about two percent of carbon emissions so it isn't this enormous problem compared to some other industries but we should all make assets I would encourage everyone if you are flying think about single use plastics airlines and flights use an awful lot of those throwaway cops and that's a big problem cruise ships and flights are trying not to do that no we didn't set from tomorrow they'll be no single use plastics on the cruise as I always say to people buy a water bottle take that with you when you travel and that is a little gesture if you feel you feel one was in California you're gonna have to fly take a water bottle thing is there is there a trend that we saw in two thousand nineteen the you know things will continue and twenty twenty that's a great question I think we all I think some of the stop some of the health insurance stuff way it feels like we only gonna stay Airbnb it felt like he had killed the hotel I think we're learning oh no it means that there's all these new options that is mark L. would it with CBS this morning with the proliferation of video streaming services which includes Netflix Disney plus others there may come online pirating KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports it all comes down to dollars and cents when music switched from CD's to streaming websites popped up where people go to legally download their favorite songs could the same happened with video streaming and channel Kim is with the Indiana university's Kelly school of business he says people will soon find themselves having to pay for multiple platforms sounds they have to make separate payments and it becomes a lot more cumbersome previously I said if you make the legal products easier to get in cheaper to get its counterpart piracy will eventually become weaker well the exact opposite will happen at least again in the.
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"The FAA is proposing rules that require tracking of drones just remote ID technology will allow the FAA and security agencies to identify drones officials don't currently have a quick way to identify the owner of the drone or track the location of those that have been registered and even airports like the legal authority to track them this will require even the smallest of drones to emit a very particular signal that will be broadcast over the internet CBS's Kenny McCormick seven Turkish newspaper employees have been sentenced to prison on charges they added a failed effort to oust the nation's president the government of wretched tie up the lawn accused the independent news outlet of eating a U. S. based cleric was suspected of masterminding a failed coup attempt in twenty sixteen the journalists fiercely denied the charges among those receiving multi year prison terms to columnists three editors even the newspapers accountant received a sentence after China no country jails more journalists in Turkey the case renews questions about fundamental rights in a land whose leader was faded at the White House just last month CBS's Stephen Portnoy you PS is bracing for an avalanche of returns package delivery company says it expects to process one point nine million consumer returns on January second at that twenty six percent from last year CBS's know only rock on award winning composer Jerry Herman has died he scored hello Dolly because our fall and main he won two Tonys two Grammys and an MA Jerry Herman was eighty eight years old S. and P. futures up eight points Dow futures up ninety three this is CBS news did you.
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"Between the US and China is on the rocks his arrest it is the fourth case we've seen a Chinese espionage just in the last several months the US attorney said northern California is ground zero in the fight to protect technology and intellectual property US investigators say they had tight controls over the classified information turned over in those dead drops to all who immigrated to the US in two thousand one. yes the gates CBS news Washington dozens of people have been killed in protests in Iraq as the US military worries about unrest there CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick talk to an Iraqi immigrant about what's behind the protests Iraqis are frustrated by high unemployment and the political situation among other things all the elections that have been in the last three times three three terms that they lead to the same faces and same people on. Iraqis are fed up you know the same. since like it that they're stuck in that we'll you know and security lack of services poverty lack of chances seeing unemployment. and they cannot take it anymore Akhmed is an Iraqi who moved to the U. S. years ago but is watching events back home with concern if you know if Iraqis own don't treat this carefully the people and the government can easily turn into one of the civil war and thousands of people will die again and this is what worries me and it compares the situation to what happened in Syria when the people rose up against president Assad Assad regime have.
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"Says the spy game between the US and China he's on the run his arrest it is the fourth case with senior Chinese espionage just in the last several months the US attorney said northern California is ground zero in the fight to protect the knowledge he and intellectual property US investigators say they had tight controls over the classified information turned over in those dead drops to all who immigrated to the US in two thousand one. Jeff the gates CBS news Washington dozens of people have been killed in protests in Iraq as the US military worries about unrest there CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick talk to an Iraqi immigrant about what's behind the protests Iraqis are frustrated by high unemployment and the political situation among other things all the elections that have been in the last three times three three terms that they lead to the same faces and same people one. Iraqis are fed up you know the same. since like it that they're stuck in that we'll you know and security lack of services poverty lack of chances seeing unemployment. and they cannot take it anymore Akhmed is an Iraqi who moved to the U. S. years ago but is watching events back home with concern if you know if Iraqis though and. don't treat this carefully the people and the government can easily turn into one of the civil war and thousands of people will die again and this is what worries me and it compares the situation to what happened in Syria when the people rose up against president Assad Assad regime have learned.
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"Democrats not one policy dictated by the end all right one of the Democrats running for president is leading the campaign trail for a couple of weeks for Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is going on Army National Guard duty to go on a joint training exercise mission in Indonesia I'll be doing at a training exercise of the Indonesian military a focus on a few different things like counter terrorism humanitarian aid and disaster response covered says she'll be paying attention to what's going on while she's gone and relying on her campaign team in her absence the latest round of peace talks between the US of the Taliban have come to an end CBS's Kenny McCormick tells us there is no concrete agreement yet on ending America's longest war both sides left the table to consult with their leaders the key sticking points remain the Taliban demand for U. S. withdrawal and a promise from the Taliban in Afghanistan won't be used as a base for militants from which to plan attacks abroad the US also wants the Taliban to talk to the Afghan government it is not been involved in the talks so far U. S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad says the talks that started on August third in Qatar were productive and that he was heading to Washington for consultations two thirty eight Top check the market's Tracy junkies a Bloomberg honesty rainy days Mondays always get me down and apparently the stock market to trace they seem very a pattern here bad then no one seems to think the US China trade war will end anytime soon and the political tensions in Hong Kong have been rippling through the global financial markets and they did find a way to Wall Street the Dow down three hundred seventy five points nasdaq down ninety nine SNP down thirty six points never mind what the calendar says that for some people the first day of fall is now August twenty first Duncan rolls out its full menu on that day no date yet from Starbucks Duncan beat it to the pumpkin spice punch last year I'm Tracy jockey Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio at C. D. W. we get the businesses will try anything to increase productivity try to increase productivity by putting.
US Marines leader in Australia replaced over alcohol charge
"That stretch. Limo driving under the influence a top U S. Marines commander in Australia. Relieved of his duties details from CBS is Kenny McCormick. Colonel James Schnell pleaded guilty to drunk driving, Darwin Australia. He later issued a statement saying he made an extremely poor personal decision. He commanded fifteen hundred US marines in northern Australia where marines have been stationed since two
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"To explain why so many of his close surprises had previously undisclosed contacts with the russian ambassador and the white house has a said what prompted the president's allegation which came this year's of early morning tweets the new york times is reporting the uss trying for years to sabotage north korea's missile program by using cyber and the electronic attacks north korea expert an offer gordon and cyber worker and continued to slow the north koreans down but it can't prevent him from achieving what they want which is to be able to put but you could work on a long range mess will the new york times is president now asked away lots of options to trying to stop north korea none of them particularly good three hundred marines are heading back to helmand province in afghanistan for the first time since twenty four team it's an area where they won suffered heavy losses cbs news correspondent kenny mccormick travel to kept was room north carolina to watch them trying pennetta and continuing to get about after the unit or a first timer some they sharman's amid we get there general roger turner and because this is the first deployment for many of the marines in helmand province is so dangerous there was a lot of security training going on here at countless up right now matthew read says that murray going back into the region where they've sacrificed a lot that this is a train and advise ration i think it's different regards it we're going back into set where we're it was fairly securing of circuit twenty fourteen win the reins left i think we feel some ownership the marines will deployed this spring just ahead of the fighting season cammi mccormick cbs news cap lesion north carolina.
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"Program and a county wear many of those jobs have to right out kenneth greg cbs news melbourne florida iraqi forces hoping to finish what they started by reclaim the western half of mosul from isis iraqi prime minister and you're all of body through an interpreter i get that so grateful to proceed with coverage to break the other side of my until embrace people from dak suppression for them but he is dead mastermind terrorists cbs's kenny mccormick del rock maatta arrived in the us from egypt in nineteen ninety and preached it mosque said brooklyn and a jersey he was convicted in nineteen ninety five on charges of conspiring to lead the a war of urban terrorism against the us including in nineteen ninety three bombing of the world trade center which killed six people prosecutors say also had plans to blow up the un headquarters another new york landmark drummond was seventy eight he died in federal prison her lawsuit established woman's right to terminate her pregnancy romo mccourty has died theo anonymous chain rohan the lead work supreme court case roll the wade true sixty nine or actions in nineteen seventy three still felt today here's terry o'neill had of the national organization for women to well the way it went that i bad women and no i did every year and remind mouth one eye to play again until they only goal question same cole big one in los angeles residents no it's a sign a bigger issues beneath the surface we're going to have more this is the some them of the bigger problem the whole infrastructure like all the storylines and stuff it's all week so and then won a ring kansas going you're right in more rain is coming.