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"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"George Boyd's death are still present. That is the urgent work that is before us. We honor his life and his legacy with an urgent agenda for racial equity and justice. During the rally in Mattapan. There was also called to stay engaged in the civic process and quite a few people filled out voter registration cards. Massachusetts passed a landmark police reform bill late last year that deals with issues like officers sort of occasion and consequences for police misconduct. A former Celtics player is out with a message for local sports fans ahead of the game, a TD Garden on Friday. Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving says he is really hoping the crowds will stick to basketball instead of what he calls subtle racism, he says that include things like aggressive behavior from the crowd or people yelling offensive remarks from their seats. It's 11 18. Republicans in Washington are facing a challenge from within over the identity of the party. Congress Woman Marjorie Taylor Greene is once again facing a lot of backlash, this time from both parties for comparing mask mandates and vaccines to the Holocaust. CBS is Kris Van Cleave is on Capitol Hill with more Congressman Marjorie Taylor Greene made this comparison on a podcast lashing out against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is decision requiring lawmakers to wear masks on the House floor. We can Look back at that time in history, where people were told to wear a gold star and they were definitely treated like second class.
House Approves January 6 Commission Despite GOP Opposition
"Of emptiest reporting there In the U. S. The houses approved $1.9 billion to bolster security at the capital. After the January 6th riot broke the glass things comes one day after the House approved forming a bipartisan commission to investigate the day Trump supporters stormed the capital building. The measure faces opposition in the Senate as CBS is Kris Van Cleave reports about 50 police officers have signed a letter about that, saying in part, it is inconceivable that some members we protect would downplay the events of January 6th. It also blasts GOP leadership for not
Files on Ex-Boston Police Officer's Abuse Allegation to Be Released
"Out today. Former bpd union chief Patrick Rose is charged with molesting multiple Children in incidents leading all the way back to the mid 19 nineties. The bpd receiving backlash on how this case was handled. As Rose was reportedly allowed to stay on the force, even after the criminal complaint was filed. Roses pleaded not guilty to 33 total charges, including six alleged victims. He's currently held on $200,000 cash bail and again acting Mayor Janey has made this a top priority of her new administration. As soon as we have that redacted report, you will hear it here on WBZ. Meantime, in Minneapolis jury deliberations go on. In the Derrick Show Been murder trial. CBS is Kris Van Cleave says the
Lawmakers Unveil Legislation for Veterans Exposed to Toxic Burn Pits
"Burn pits have made them ill. More than three million American veterans may have come in contact with dangerous fumes while serving overseas. Get more from CBS is Kris Van Cleave. To get help from the V. A suffering veterans have to first provide a direct service connection between their ailments and burn pit exposure should not be left to veterans to dig in their own pockets, do their own research to hire their own lawyers to prove that there were exposed New legislation from New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand would make the process easier. Requiring a veteran proved only they were deployed in an area where burn pits were used in order to qualify for help from the Via waste ignited by jet fuel is burned in those giant pits. Former Daily show host Jon Stewart. Is part of the effort to get the via into doing more for veterans who are exposed to the burn pits Woman from Revere, facing charges for allegedly running a prostitution business out of a day spa she owns
US Capitol Police request two-month extension of National Guard deployment in Washington
"Requesting that members of the National Guard stay in the U. S Capitol for another two months to provide security there. The record quest comes the grounds are on high alert right now because of security threats linked to a conspiracy theory. Some human on foul followers believe that today March 4th is the day that former President Trump will somehow return to power because March 4th was the original day of the presidential inauguration. Prior to 1933, or it's CBS is Chris Van Cleve describes the security present when you enter the capital there are on Lee certain spots. Now along this fence line, much of it still topped with razor wire where you could enter the Capitol grounds. Those checkpoints Are now staffed by noticeably more Capitol police officers. They are heavily armed officers with shotguns, assault style rifles. Kris Van Cleave, and again the House is not in session because of those concerns, and some say it's better to be safe than sorry. People are deeply concerned about what potential threats could be out there. We'll be
"kris van cleave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm fine with being kicked off of my committees because it be a waste of my time. CBS News Congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins us to explain how that boat went down. Democrats had threatened if House Republicans didn't take disciplinary action and take her off of her two committees, education and budget that they would hold an unprecedented floor vote. And Stryker of those assignments. Minority leader Kevin McCarthy opted not to remove her from her committee posts. He offered to move her to two other ones, which was rejected by Democrats. So we had this floor vote on Thursday night. I say This is unprecedented because one never have you had the majority party used basically an act of Congress. To remove committee assignments from somebody in the minority. It also sets a precedent and that was what a number of Republicans said they were voting against. They were not necessarily supporting greens comments. You know, she's a noted conspiracy theorist who has questioned whether school shootings happened. Questioned whether 9 11 happened. She's been acumen on supporter of times she has her social media appears to have supported Hosts that talked about the execution of Democrats, including the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. All of this before she got elected to Congress. But You had you had a situation where you had at least 11 members of her own party vote against her. She spoke on the House floor and I wouldn't call it quite an apology. But she did try to explain and walk back some of reviews. She did acknowledge the 9 11 happened. She acknowledged that school shootings happened. Still put some of her colleagues from South Florida in a difficult position, and that's why I think three of them voted against her. Because if you represent areas around Parkland, and there is video of this representative, heckling Parkland school shooting survivor that's a tough one to swallow..
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I'm fine with being kicked off of my committees because it be a waste of my time. CBS News Congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave joins us to explain how that boat went down. Democrats had threatened if House Republicans didn't take disciplinary action and take her off of her two committees, education and budget. That they would hold an unprecedented floor vote and Stryker of those assignments. Minority leader Kevin McCarthy opted not to remove her from her committee posts. He offered to move her to two other ones, which was rejected by Democrats. So we had this floor vote. On Thursday night. I say this is unprecedented because one never have you had the majority party used basically an act of Congress to remove committee assignments from somebody in the minority. It also sets a precedent. And that was what a number of Republicans said they were voting against. They were not necessarily supporting greens comments. You know, she's a noted conspiracy theorist who has Question whether school shootings happened, questioned whether 9 11 happened. She's been acumen on supporter of times she has her social media appears to have supported Hosts that talked about the execution of Democrats, including the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. All of this before she got elected to Congress. But You had you had a situation where you had at least 11 members of her own party vote against her. She spoke on the House floor and I wouldn't call it quite an apology. But she did try to explain and walk back some of reviews. She did acknowledge the 9 11 happened. She acknowledged that school shootings happened. It still puts some of her colleagues from South Florida in a difficult position, and that's why I think three of them voted against her. Because if you represent areas around Parkland, and there is video of this representative, heckling Parkland school shooting survivor that's a tough one to swallow. If you have to face constituents who have ties to the Says to a socially and last question, Chris I know House Democrats called on former President Trump to testify under oath during his impeachment trial next week. Is that gonna happen? That was a surprise, wasn't it? So how's impeachment managers said. Based on the fact that in filings his lawyers have echoed the former president's debunked claims of election fraud. That the president Needs to come and testify that Mr Trump needs to show up under oath next week and answer their questions. The former president's lawyers responded that this is a public relations stunt and that the president will not be testifying at his impeachment hearing. Uh, you know, certainly his unwillingness to could be brought up as part of the case against him. But I don't. I don't think anyone in the Senate really expect that we would see Donald Trump on the floor of the United States Senate next week during his impeachment trial, But a Zoe was we learned with the former president. Anything is possible. CBS is Kris Van Cleave. Had a former president Trump's impeachment trial next week. One of his lawyers, Bruce Castor, spoke with K Y W News radio in Philadelphia. Here are some of his arguments. He begins by saying the Senate has no power to bring this case doesn't have jurisdiction over private citizen in an impeachment because the Constitution says that Only remedy for impeaching A person is removal from office and effect. The only remedy and President Trump no longer holds office that the entire proceeding is a legal melody because You can't happen it Zoe, almost the equivalent of the president having died. They can't remove him from office Cousin simply is unable to be removed because he's not there on then there are various other arguments that address Um, the matter in which the house acted and then some of the merits of the accusations concerning incitement to insurrection being, uh, contrary to law. And essentially the rush to judgment in the lack of due process and these air really great concepts, and the president has a wonderful opportunity to depend himself here and I'm delighted to be part of active that team that Z doing it not only because I think it's my patriotic duty when I'm asked, but Because I think the country really needs to see what's going on The single article of impeachment charges the former president.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To 85 near Camp Creek Parkway. Last night he was able to exit near Donnelly Hollowell Parkway, where he called for help. He told police that he doesn't know why anybody fired it. His vehicle. He has a gunshot wound to the stomach. Today. Police are investigating despite recommendations to stay home over the holidays because of coronavirus. The T s a reporting today that more than 16.7 million people went through airport checkpoints since December, 18th CBS is Kris Van Cleave says the number of people who traveled is likely much higher. Traditionally flying is just a small portion of the holiday travel Most people for Christmas. Or New Year's drive. They're going to take a trip. They drive somewhere. So the flying numbers on Lee tell a small part of this story potentially and over the weekend, the U. S had another grim milestone of more than 350,000 deaths because of the virus ICUs in many parts of the country already reporting Lee saying that they were full. There are concerns about yet another surgeon cases. Because of travel over the holidays. The FDA is meeting this week to consider giving half doses of Madonna's over 19 vaccine to people ages. 18 to 55. Scientists say that giving half the dose to people in that age group Induces identical immune response. Madonna's vaccine requires two injections. But by injecting half the volume, the country would have more doses in its arsenal to distribute to the general public as we take a look at the WSB market, watch the Dow down 546 points at 30,061. So the Dow was down more than 1.5%. NASDAQ is down almost 1.5. As is the S and P WSB news time. 11 33..
Congressional probe raises safety concerns about booster seats
"And Pope Propublica investigation is raising serious concerns about the safety of some popular Children's car booster seats. I have to credit you folks with really shining a light on this issue. Their findings obtained by CBS News conclude booster seat makers endangered the lives of millions of American Children. And misled consumers about the safety of booster seats by failing to conduct appropriate side impact testing, deceiving consumers with false and misleading statements about their side impact testing protocols and unsafely recommending the Children under £40 and as light as £30 can use booster seats. The report also calls for the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general to launch consumer protection investigations that is CBS News Transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave.
Chaos at airports as Americans return from Europe
"And expanded European travel ban by the trump administration as U. S. airports packed with travelers try to get home CBS news correspondent Kris van cleave has more on the chaos at the airport and dammit Janet some of the nation's biggest airports as new travel restrictions caused long lines to clear customs for people returning from Europe hours long wait times in Dallas for York Chicago packing huge crowds into tight spaces exactly the kind of gathering Americans are being told to avoid the delay appears to be a mix of staffing the mandatory health screenings and newly implemented declaration forms the card travelers by surprise was this weekend president trump expanding travel restrictions from Europe to include the United Kingdom and
Airlines slash routes, asks staff to take unpaid leave over coronavirus
"Says new infections of the cove in nineteen virus have dropped dramatically in China but are surging elsewhere including in the U. S. which is now recorded six deaths all of them in Washington state king county health officer Jeff Duchin this infection can cause very serious disease and people particularly people who are older and have underlying health conditions for the six people who died were residents of the same nursing home more from correspondent Kris van cleave airlines have already suspended flights of the hot spots but they're canceling other ones and say there could be more to come businesses like Amazon and Google are suspending business traveler for tens of thousands of their employees that means bookings are soft airlines are worried some are telling employees to take unpaid leave in freezing wages British Airways because of declining demand has canceled right around two hundred flights so far for this month including twelve to JFK typically that's their most lucrative route CBS news update I'm Jim
Lion Air plane malfunctioned a day before deadly crash
"Meantime, there's a new report on the lion aircrash last fall it suggests those onboard the doomed Maxine plane could have been saved. According to Bloomberg news the plane had malfunctioned the day before the crash, but an extra pilot happen to be riding in the cockpit and knew how to correct the problem. The next day though, a different crew experienced a similar malfunction, but we're not able to regain control CBS's. Kris van cleave. Tells us information about the earlier problem was not passed along lion. Airplane had had the same malfunction on multiple flights leading up to the day of the crash and the crew on board the lion air flight when that third pilot was there did not fully report the incident. So the next crew up weren't necessarily well informed as to what had transpired on the previous flight one hundred. And eighty nine people died in the lion. Aircrash
FAA approval process relies on Boeing to self-police
"The investigation into the crashes of two Boeing max eight aircraft within the last five months continuing similarities happened found in those two crashes the planes are grounded but federal investigators now looking into how the FAA approved those planes for flight in the first place questions remain about the relationship between Boeing and the FAA. Federal authorities have told employees at Boeing and the FAA to retain documents relating to the planes approval process, which by design relies on manufacturers like Boeing to self police that they've met FAA requirements. Scott brenner. A former associated minister at the FAA says the agency does not have the resources to certify aircraft without the help of the manufacturer on some level. The FAA is taking Boeing's word for a lot of this. They're taking Boeing's word. Boeing also presenting data to prove their word CBS correspondent Kris van cleave. Boeing. CEO releasing a video last night, insisting the company's planes are safe.
Southwest planes taken out of service as mechanics raise safety concerns
"Southwest Airlines is struggling with what it calls an operation. Only -mergency this after on usually high number of planes were taken out of service for maintenance issues here CBS, news transportation. Correspondent Kris van cleave. Southwest acknowledges the situation has caused extremely long delays and hundreds of canceled flights about one hundred yesterday alone. This kind of stretching an operation is not good. It doesn't bode well for the safety of the airline more than a dozen southwest mechanics. Tell us co workers spelt emboldened to write up problems following our. CBS news investigation. Earlier this month into allegations of undue pressure on mechanics to keep southwest planes in service, the airline blames mechanics union. The union says it's a
A record 4,239 guns were seized at U.S. airports last year. Most were loaded.
"The TSA says a record number of guns were found at airport security checkpoints last year. Eighty six percent of them were loaded. CBS's Kris van cleave the more than forty two hundred gun stopped at TSA checkpoints. Last year was a seven percent increase over two thousand seventeen. Just ten airports accounted for nearly a third of all cases, Atlanta had the most with two hundred ninety eight found in carry on bags most people found with guns at the security line, pay a fine.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For many until Sunday. Let's take a peek at the latest on the radar right now Wilmington right here. So you can start to see some of those heavier bands that were seeing. But imagine what it feels like a little bit farther north closer towards Newburg and up into morehead city. They're getting more intense bands, wrapping around the outer portion of that storm. And also that is where storm surge is a greater concern at this point. We're looking still at the potential for eight plus feet of storm surge in these areas. Even though this is now down to a tropical storm look at new. We'll get morehead city along some of the outer portions of North Carolina. And what we're going to be looking at is this storm works solely down to the south and west is still torrential rain. It's coming down fiercely look tomorrow, we're still talking about some intense thunderstorms as shift sell those intense thunderstorms shift south and west with it. And so now Wilmington will be getting what new Bern is getting right now. And that's how slowly the system is moving at an essentially at a crawl you could probably walk faster. We've got a three mile per hour forward speed on this thing at this point. And because of that we're expecting to find some torrential rains on top of what we've already had could see ten inches more in spots. Jeff. All right. Megan. Thanks very much. You mentioned Newburgh Newburn is dealt with a particularly bad situation today that is ninety five miles northeast of here and Kris van cleave. Is there Chris what's happening? Jeff Newburn is finally getting a break from the rain, but still getting strong winds, and there is water everywhere. Block after block has been swamped by Florence. And that has prompted a lot of people here to call for help. Hurricane-force winds. Brought a ten foot.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"This one did he get that one To, be clear we are intentionally misusing. Right but, so are drivers every day he says autopilot can't monitor where the technology is used or a driver's attention to the road. Racing towards the end of the track so Because I don't want us to get her, tesla declined our. Request to talk to us on camera about. Auto pilot but says updates, to the technology are coming Tesla's stresses. That autopilot was designed for an attentive driver they say that if. You use it properly it is safe. So there you have it, don't get in if you have. Auto pilot, don't get in there and thank you can start eating your ball Rama noodles on the way to work let's say USA. Heaven That's what, I Against works? What's the right because even if you start to, doze off Kris van cleave said in, his report there it has a problem with merging lanes and if you have faded lines. On the, road so anyway I'm sure it's a. Work in progress I think ultimately we will get, to driverless cars but we'll see what. The future holds. There you go you're up-to-date, here, at, News, Radio eight. Forty w h NewsRadio eight forty w. h. AS all, right let's get a look at that. Wwl Kyi forecast from meteorologist Suzanne Horrigan, today chance of scattered showers and storms it's warm and humid? High of eighty seven but that'll change his night as front moves through and pushes everything, to the south will be partly cloudy get this going down the sixty seven degrees tonight. That'll feel, great and tomorrow's you're picking the weekend. Get outside and enjoy mainly dry high of eighty-seven, but much much less humid right now. It is seventy. Four at News Radio eight forty, w., h. a. s. Some people still thinking education from northern Virginia,.
Stone, Monsanto and Cancer discussed on Overnight Talk
"I'm Tom, Foty commuter, turboprop plane was, stolen from Seattle Tacoma airport Friday starting off emergency, response both civilian and military planes at. Seatac were grounded for hours the military scrambled interceptor jets. Witness Lena coudron thaw strange sight a passenger plane and two, military, planes, following it, and the passenger plane was doing maneuvering he was going sideways and. He was going. Real long eventually crashed on a small island in the Puget Sound correspondent Kris van cleave reports the man who stole. The plane was part of a. Ground crew at the airport This will be an FBI investigation as as. They look into this crash before the NTSB. Would get all the local authorities are. Saying this, was not terrorism it was the act. Of one, person who apparently was suicidal or at least that's. The
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"First reported by the Boston Globe, a secret TSA program allows federal air marshals to keep an eye on passengers regardless of whether they have committed a crime or or a watch list, quiet skies, launched back in two thousand ten and expanded last March. CBS's Kris. Van, cleave has more John pistol was the TSA administrator when quiet skies launched. Idea was how. Can we mitigate risk against known. Risks and unknown. Risk people who. Might do something but just haven't come up on anybody's. Radar yet whistle blower Robert McLane is an air Marshall do you think it's a good use manpower absolutely not filed a formal complaint about the program the air marshals job is to protect the cockpit and the pilots let somebody else do. The intelligence and criminal investigative work that he has a insists the program's goal is, to ensure, the safety of passengers and. Flight crews during flight that it is not intended. To survey. All ordinary. Americans surveillance does not include any electronic elements, such as wiretaps a family in mourning on the, Cape a head on crash Inkatha claims the life of marine veteran Kevin Coyne of mashpee who had just left a hospital visiting his wife and newborn, daughter his, mother and father attending a bitch tonight at the crash. Site John. Quinn, speaking with WBZ TV he loved everybody he helped everybody his hot was Bigger than him you know I mean he's got marines friends calling from all over the world the driver of the other vehicle, Mickey Rivera a Fall River also. Killed police have been pursuing Rivera Rivera's vehicle? And an investigation is now underway plans to publish. Designs for three d printable plastic guns will go before a federal judge on a multi state lawsuit Massachusetts part of that legal action ABC's Ryan Harris. From Seattle attorney general Bob Ferguson wants to block Texas based defense distributed from publishing the code to print those guns at home among Ferguson's. Concerns that people prohibited from having guns would simply be, able to make one at home it, Trump administration's actions undermines those laws firearms industry experts say three d. printers too expensive in the guns too flimsy to make this a widespread problem Ryan, Harris ABC news Seattle at today's White House news conference with Italy's. Prime minister CBS's major Garrett tells. Us President Trump. Indicated his willingness. To meet with Rans leader the president said he is open to talks with Iran at the highest levels with no preconditions I don't think no one in this room I. Really think believes those, are going to, happen anytime soon, but that is a means by which the president is saying he'll talk to anybody under any. Circumstances president, also saying, he would have no problem shutting down the government at the end of September if lawmakers do not provide additional funding for border security WBZ news time eleven oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England. All-wheel-drive traffic on the threes Joe Stapleton Don slow ride here on the mass pike, eastbound during a work project back by route one twenty two in the millbury area doing some work as well westbound about a mile, or so after. Forty five and Westbrook causing a delay there as some sort of spill they're dealing with over in Watertown, route twenty mainstream has been shut down as a result of that mass pike east and westbound still working by Commonwealth avenue overpass east power down to one shoveling clean Allston Brighton and calm westbound. To travel asked by the works up five southbound on the brakes a bit, by work near. Wilbur and Sudan low and again by route four the Chelmsford area so working on route one. In both directions by route sixty and revere. One twenty eight southbound route one fourteen and Peabody south of. A city route three southbound on the brakes by that work project by route fourteen in Duxbury still. Doing some work down on the Plymouth and Kingston areas as well forty five northbound a minor. Slowdown by some work your king street in Franklin downtown moving too badly here tobin bridge route ninety three looks okay no major sags over at the airport tunnels pretty quiet too along storrow drive joe stapleton w._b._z. twenty four hour traffic network john ferrick now with the four day w._b._z. accuweather forecast partly cloudy for tonight down to sixty ford's suburbs seventy-one on the coast at for tomorrow partly sunny update eighty one more humid tomorrow night a few clouds down to seventy one that warm and humid on wednesday mostly cloudy a shower thunderstorm around i eighty five thursday partly sunny warm and sticky a stray shower the high eighty eight i'm accuweather meteorologist john feerick w._b._z..
"kris van cleave" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Was promising to take steps to prevent meddling in US elections. We're going to take strong action to secure our election system. She backpedaled on his Helsinki statements that question, whether Russia really interfered in the twenty sixteen election causing critics to say he threw US intelligence agencies under the bus. So I just wanted to clear The strongest, respect, for our intelligence agencies CBS's Nancy Cortes on Capitol. Hill even in this so-called. Correction in the very, next breath after the president. Said I trust our intelligence community he went on to say. That Russian interference did not change the outcome of the election didn't. Influence, the outcome in any way well that is not what the intelligence community found the intelligence community found that there's no way to know. How Russian interference affected. An election that was this close we may, never, know, after a, court chase Houston authorities arrested suspected serial killer Jose Gilbert Rodriguez who was. Wanted in connection, with, three rate recent fatal shootings police chief art us says. He had been paroled last September we have district judges that appoint magistrates. Absolutely are giving these low bonds Not just in Harris kind but throughout the state of violent felons severe storms rate the northeast today forcing delays, or cancellation of thousands of flights CBS's Kris van cleave says. It wreaked havoc around. The, nation's capital the storm came on in a flash swapping, nearly, two dozen cars on the heavily traveled GW Parkway. Outside Washington and caused a. Leak of a different, kind on Capitol Hill as. Water poured from the ceiling in the cannon house office building. Nearby metro station looked more like a waterfall.
Russia, President and Vladimir Putin discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Was the senate's top Republican. This afternoon. Let me just say Dr European friends We've Al you the NATO treaty what does it say? About the state of our. Government that you need to stand here and. Reassure Europe that we are. Their friends Well I think it's important for our friends to hear. From their fresh as for the. Russians I think the Russians need to know that there are a lot of us who fully understand what happened in two thousand sixteen And it really better not happen. Again, and twenty eight as troubled as Republican leaders were they were still reluctant to call out. Mr. Trump directly Vladimir Putin does not share our interests vitamin Putin does not share our values so should President Trump fee rebuked I just All right, so Nancy no answer there from the. House speaker we should mention the Connell comments to you before the president spoke. This afternoon but the question is it does congress planet do anything now Well they're planning to grill the secretary of state when he testifies next week some of them even want the. President's interpreter who was in that meeting with Putin to testify, as well beyond that Jeff support is growing very quickly for a Bill that would give congress the power. To, impose, new. Sanctions on. Russia if. It interferes, in the twentieth eighteen or twenty twenty. Elections because many Republicans still don't believe that the president would be as willing. To punish Russia as they are okay Nancy Cortez thank you We're going to, move to the reaction in Russia list Palmer is in Moscow tonight Liz you've spent so much time there. What, what, is. The reaction Well immediately, after, the talks in Helsinki it was pure delight in fact Russia's. Foreign minister said the, talks had gone better than super he. Used a Russian words Chicago which means fabulous by this morning that had cooled a bit wiser heads were. Saying the backlash in Washington is so strong it might, make Russia toxic enough that there would never be a us a follow up round of talks the. President's, clarification today may have reassured Russia and bit. Especially if it can turn down some of that heat that toxicity in Washington because. Worth, mentioning here Liz the Russians are. Very interested in potential follow Very much the ultimate goal is to have the sanctions on Russia. Lifted and they would like a second round of talks, in maybe just a few months perhaps even connected with the g twenty this fall okay our list. Palmer, for us in Moscow thank you so much Note we will be interviewing the president at. The White House tomorrow a follow up to our one on one with him in Scotland last weekend this will be his first interview since he, returned from the Helsinki summit a lot to talk. About. We will have that free tomorrow on. The CBS evening news A federal grand jury in Washington today indicted, a Russian woman on charges of acting as. A covert agent of the Russian, government's, Maria Bettina is twenty nine the founder of a Russian pro-gun group she. Was, arrested Sunday and accused of infiltrating. US, political groups her lawyer denies she is a Russian agents tens, of millions of people from Virginia to Maine could feel the effects of severe. Storms tonight rain fell so quickly in Arlington Virginia this afternoon that dozens of drivers were trapped and, had to be rescued Kris van cleave is following this story The storm came on in a flash swamping nearly two dozen cars. On the heavily traveled. GW Parkway outside Washington and caused a. Leak of a different kind on Capitol Hill as water poured. From the ceiling in the cannon house office, building just nearby metro station looked more like a, waterfall during the height of the storm and..
What would a new Air Force One look like if Trump has his way?
"A new report shows that fema was not prepared for hurricane maria when it struck puerto rico last year fema zone assessment says it failed to grasp just how bad puerto rico's power infrastructure was and it didn't anticipate how hard it would be to restore electricity and provide communications and fuel after the storm passed the agency says it had trouble dealing with three big hurricanes in quick succession says there was no time to replace caribbean supplies between hurricanes irma and maria cbs's peter king with that report report comes as fema has ordered the us army corps of engineers to begin removing the generators that provided backup power to puerto rico as we head into the start of this year's hurricane season or president trump would like to make some changes to air force one shortly after taking office mr trump took the unusual step of personally negotiating with boeing for two brand new seven forty sevens while the plane is totally out of control it's going to be over four billion dollars for air force one program they'll be delivered sometime after twenty twenty but may drop the iconic look for a new trump inspired red white and blue design travel correspondent kris van cleave the current blue and white color scheme is a legacy of president john f kennedy and his wife jackie well just ahead a sports there's no word if this guy had a teatime.
The next Air Force One could be red, white and blue
"Is in of course very bad shape ruka just been removed in the car just looks like a handkerchief that's been thrown away and left on highway now the road is still almost all but shut down just half of the white lane gets by glass scattered all over the road and photo and recon is out there at this time if there is any glimmer of good news here it's up the northbound side of the road ten not see the accident on the southbound side thanks to the wooded media on ninety five karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty the father drowns while swimming in buzzards bay with his children he's been identified as fifty year old john lima of lakeville by senator john dixon tells wbz tv he heard lima's two teenagers calling for help as they tried to keep their father afloat in the water i heard someone yell help in the water senator someone say get an ambulance so i went back in the house down nine one one first responders arrived to find a neighbor performing cpr on lima he was taken to a nearby hospital he was later pronounced dead ahead of his visit to england president trump gave an interview to the british tabloid the sun in which he heavily criticizes british prime minister theresa may blessing for handling of the brexit negotiations and saying he feels unwelcome across the pond the president has may's plan for leaving the european union will probably kill any us uk trade deal you said to meet with prime minister may later today trump also praised the british foreign secretary boris johnson who resigned from his cabinet earlier this week saying johnson will make a great prime minister and again he went after london mayor citykhan saying the mayor has done a terrible job combating terror and the president is insisting upon making changes to air force one shortly after taking office mr trump took the unusual step of personally negotiating with boeing for two brand new seven forty sevens while the plane is totally out of control it's going to be over four billion dollars score air force one program they'll be delivered sometime after twenty twenty but may drop the iconic look for a new trump inspired red white and blue design that's transportation correspondent kris van cleave the current blue and white color scheme is a legacy of president john f kennedy and his wife jackie still to come on wbz the last of the last we'll tell you about a well known business closing its final stores wbz news time five oh three time for check of traffic and weather together on this friday morning the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic.
Regional airlines hurt by worsening pilot shortage
"When he ran out the doors around ten this morning he got about two blocks away when he tried to stop a passing car and that's when the king county jail guard opened fire police don't believe herron was armed but detective patrick michaud says the man has been accused of shooting and killing an eighteen year old woman in can't just a few weeks back and now the jail guard involved shooting is now under investigation at seattle's gasworks park tonight yes excitement is building for the fireworks extravaganza over lake union this barbecue vendor says he's been prepping for this day for day we started smoking it's about three days ago 'cause they're expecting about forty to sixty thousand people and we have about two to three thousand pounds worth of meat on there right now the fireworks show is gonna last twenty minutes but see fair ceo richard anderson tells kiro seven the planning for it has taken months music score this firework show is one of the few in the country choreographed is all medically around bringing people together unity so credible music and fireworks show where you're gonna see things you've never seen before again forty thousand people expected to attend that show at gasworks park so you can expect traffic getting in and out of there if you've been to sea tac lately it's no surprise that record numbers of travelers are going through the airport it's like that at many airports around the world but as the number of travellers skyrockets there is a shortage of pilots go one to ten where is the pilot today i think it's at least a six while hog is president of region carrier piedmont airlines which needs to train and replace as many as two hundred and forty pilots a year the pipeline for young aviators is drying up and it should be a national concern the cost of learning to fly is almost three times more expensive than it was in the nineties many of our our young pilots have tour fifty three hundred thousand dollars of debt when they come work for a regional carrier cbs's kris van cleave says regional airlines have increased the starting pay to sixty thousand now compared to forty thousand a couple of years ago let's check back in with rc cats now with a hyper radio realtime traffic we're still dealing with.
Kris Van, Assistant Professor and University Of Vermont discussed on Ron and Don Show
"You said quote they're still here subject of a meeting with north korea's kim jong un was brought up if i think that it's a meeting that is not going to be fruitful we're not going to go if the meeting when i'm there is not fruitful i will respectfully leave the meeting what led to the daily deadly failure of a southwest airliner engine in midflight cbs news transportation correspondent kris van cleave the ntsb believes that metal fatigue led to an engine blade breaking and that's what caused the nfl is that blade went into the engine kicking debris out the damage the wing that that punctured the plane through that window the passengers sitting next to that window killed by the impact a son remembers his mother former governor jeb bush the day after former first lady barbara bush died so blessed to be her son she taught us to serve others she taught us to be civil she taught us to love your family with your heart and soul just minutes after launching nasr's planet hunting space craft lift off the spacex falcon nine kids space x rocket booster back on earth as designed the first stage booster landing on a floating platform just off the florida coast the nanny is guilty guilty of murdering her employers to children the new york city jury deciding that ios lynn ortega was not insane when she repeatedly stabbed those little kids to death wcbs tv's ali bellman at the courthouse the former up danny sat quietly listening to four guilty verdicts be read aloud for murder in the first and second degree prosecutors that are take unknowingly killed sixyearold lucia krim and her two year old brother leo caring for the children back in two thousand twelve americans waste nearly a pound of food every day so says a new study from the us department the university of new hampshire and vermont study co author university of vermont assistant professor meredith nile ramana food that were wasting is to about thirty percent of the available daily calories for each person in the united states we also found that this food waste says about a quarter of all food produced by.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey suspends Uber from autonomous testing
"Is clamping down on uber he says the rideshare giant is now suspended from testing itself drawing self driving vehicles in his state after last week's fatal crash involving a pedestrian and a letter to the company do see says video footage from the crash is disturbing an alarming that video shows a human backup driver looking down until just before the vehicle hits elaine hershberg who appears to be crossing the road with a bike cbs transportation correspondent kris van cleave reports the company already stepped back from the program we're responded in a tweet pointing out it had already suspended selfdriving operations in all four cities where it was operating immediately following the accident those cities included toronto pittsburgh and san francisco last week the city of boston asked all self driving vehicle companies to pause they're testing on boston city streets bloomberg business coming up in two minutes on busy everyone is gary lap year i've been speaking for the commonwealth advisory.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"That he's one step ahead fred burton is a former counterterrorism agent he's he says the suspect is probably watching media coverage of the attacks and when police warned residents to avoid suspicious packages he or she switched to a different type of bomb or this is a bomber that knows explosives he's been around it he's either practiced a heck of a lot in rural texas getting this right or it's a learned skill perhaps something that he's acquired on the battlefield in iraq or afghanistan omar what kind of law enforcement presence is there now jeff there's still very heavy police presence here in matter of fact austin police department is still the lead agency but we've seen some other investigators from san antonio houston police department cbs news has also learned that this is the top investigation right now with the atf franca in austin over today put the brakes on all road testing if it self driving cars after a deadly accidents a pedestrian in tempe arizona was killed last night by a self driving uber taxi it is believed to be the first fatality caused by autonomous vehicle our transportation correspondent kris van cleave is in arizona the force of the fatal crash dented the front of the uber selfdriving suv it was in thomas mode with only a safety driver on board tempe arizona police say forty nine year old elaine hers berg was walking a bicycle across a busy thoroughfare frequented by pedestrians sunday night she was not in a crosswalk preliminary investigation showed that the vehicle was traveling at approximately forty miles an hour our investigation did not show at this time that there were significant signs of the vehicle slowing down this is the first known fatal accident involving an autonomous vehicle in a statement uber set our hearts go out to the victim's family we are fully cooperating with local authorities in their investigation of this incident last year an estimated forty thousand one hundred people died in traffic accidents in the us ninety four percent of crashes are blamed on human error and safety experts believe self driving cars will significantly reduce those numbers as a thomas vehicles are expected to make up twenty five percent of the global auto market between 2035 and twenty forty companies from alphabet to intel to general motors are banking on this industry taking off while accidents involving self driving cars have happened they tend to be minor this arizona crash sauna thomas.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Up apparently the chief told me one exploded as the individual picked it up another one exploded when the person picked it up got inside and then went to open it by the way the police chief has told people if you've got a suspicious package at your house call us and within the last few hours sixty people have already called concerning the investigation continues tonight david begg no in austin thank you east coast is about to get hit with the third major winter storm and eleven days money quinn as chief weather caster at our new york flagship station w cbs lonnie well it's kinda uncanny to see them happen with this kind of frequency but here's what we're looking at this is of the difference between this storm and the last one that we had the path right now is going to take it further offshore the last storm pushed right up close to the coast by being offshore more offshore inland areas into new jersey the hudson valley it's more of a nuisance snow becomes plow lable around portions of long island and connecticut river valley and then it's a major storm from boston up into main take a look at how it's going to progress this is really have an impact on the morning commute around boston around new york city tomorrow and then it sort of balloons up as it gets up into northern new england this is a lot of snow gang it looks like anywhere from boston up into the miramax valley into main could be seen this pink shaded color that's twelve to sixteen inches of snow and then you factor in the winds boston cape cod you've got the possibly for some blizzard conditions as those wins could possibly be up to around sixty miles per hour so jeff here we go with another one for the northeast researchers keep common lonnie thank you very much federal investigators are trying to zero in on what caused a tourist helicopter to a fall from the sky over new york's east river sunday evening five passengers booked flight to take pictures were killed the pilot escaped our transportation correspondent kris van cleave is at the scene i want to tell.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Northeast or just keep common lonnie thank you very much federal investigators are trying to zero in on what caused the tourist helicopter to fall from the sky over new york's east river sunday evening five passengers booked that flight to take pictures were killed the pilot escaped our transportation correspondent kris van cleave is at the scene i look richard vance told investigators at heather from a harnessed worn by one of the five passengers wrapped around the fuel shut off lever accidentally cutting off the fuel supply causing the chopper's engine to fail sunday night cruz pulled the battered helicopter from the east river today we will be working with the nypd to recover any cameras or personal electronic devices from the aircraft all five passengers on board died divers had to cut them out of their safety harnesses forever cadigan shot this video as the charter flight took off did they walk you through how to get out of that harness in a hurry not as well as they should have eric adams was with the same group on another helicopter sunday night he took these pictures of the doomed chopper here you can see the harnessed passengers war the metal ring on the back tethered them to the helicopter during the opendoor flight do you think you could have found your way out it's very unlikely i like to think that could have but accidents happen fast he went for a similar opened or helicopter ride over manhattan today harnessed now that an an a hand on a seatbelt if this extra device here this kind of keep me inside the helicopter or about 1300 beat up above the hudson river we lost the engine now when we in the water in her seconds peters in lung he has been flying helicopters for more than three decades sees i imagine that were these fairly disorientation try to get all of this stuff off in an emergency when you're upside down in underwater enough right up in a water upside down emmy unwillingness or an him liberty helicopters says it is focusing on the families affected by this tragedy but plans to fully cooperate with the ntsb jeff chris what what else do we know about the pilot's tonight while the ntsb has yet to talk to the pilot but he did speak to law enforcement last night that's why we have his account of what may have gone wrong now it's not surprising he got out remember he would be.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"This week politicos darren samuelsen is now sounding like he might comply he didn't indicate that the subpoena deadline was earlier today so it sounds like he's may be missed that but uh we have a grand jury appearance that he says is scheduled for friday and while he was telling people he would go we'll see maybe i'll show up on friday despite intense criticism from around the world an from fellow republicans president trump is not backing off his plan to slap big tariffs on imported steel and aluminum cbs's mullah langi has the latest some members of president trump's own portier voicing concerns with the tariff idea fearing it would cause a global trade war in hurt the us economy among them house speaker paul ryan who released a statement through his spokesman urging the white house to not advance with this plan we have a great relationship with speaker ryan we're going to continue to have one but that doesn't mean we have to agree on everything the white house says the president is committed to the plant in the name of protecting us manufacturers the final details could come sometime this week lengthy cbs news the white house there is a mid air scare for several dozen passengers on a flight out of san francisco when a woman tried to open the plane's door cbs's kris van cleave reports passengers on board united express flight fifty four forty nine restrained this boise idaho woman who was ranting about being god moments earlier she tried to open the aircraft door while the plane was inflight traveling from san francisco to boise that plane landed safely in boise police were waiting at the gate where the three hundred thousand residents of the northeast or still without power after the weekend storm and now many will get hit again meteorologist eric fisher this is a colder storm the will we had last week so as it moves at the coastline big snow totals just north west side of that i 95 corridor over a foot of snow looks likely some of those heavier totals could make their way into new york city as well as hartford with this one and more strong winds not quite as intense as last week storm but any strong winds more rough surf more coastal flooding it's not what anyone needs along the.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time for oh nine of one of the nation's busiest airport is now grappling with a major power outage flights are suspended at hartsfieldjackson atlanta international airport while authorities continued to investigate airport spokesman reese mccranie size the outage happened this afternoon and that all outgoing flights are suspended and most inbound flights will be diverted here cbs news transportation correspondent kris van cleave the atlanta airport a power outage at the fact the multiple concourses this is one of the world's busiest airport so this is going to be a significant disruption basically flights but had already pushed off gator being allowed to take off but pretty much everything else coming or going is holding some eight hundred flights are being diverted to other airports in the region the airport says on its facebook page that departures were delayed because airport equipment in the terminals is not working georgia power is actively working to find out the cause of the power outage and fix it as soon as possible senator elizabeth warren says she's taking action to reverse fcc action on net neutrality senator elizabeth warren says will be introducing legislation that could overrule the fcc i asked her how her move is different from senator marquees we're gonna have a whole group together that's basically gonna say we want to use the part of the law that permits congress to roll back any rule that comes out of an agency and all have congress over right it takes fifty one votes to do that in the senate a bare majority in the house we think we could have the votes if we can get to the floor the legislative maneuvers called the resolution it's allowed under the congressional review act it was used over a dozen times by republicans during the obama administration karyn regal wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time four eleven and joining us again from.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This is a systemic problem why does there have to be any deaths ohio state senior madeleine to a whose brother is in a paternity elsewhere fills the suspension is a necessity that message has to come from the university down pearl's kids one seriously peril bonn at cbs news columbus ohio baltimore police detective sean studer as being remembered as a great cop known for his smart's and his smile he was an army veteran the husband and father of five his brothers and sisters in blue tonight are searching for his killer kris van cleave is there we're always took away one more way from break in this case wide open with a police helicopter circled investigators continued to search homes in baltimore harlem park neighborhood more than 48 hours after detectives sean suitor was shot in the head in broad daylight while investigating a homicide police commissioner kevin davis be murder of a cop always has been and always will be something goods absolutely unacceptable in this free society police have not identified a suspect but believe he's still in baltimore and maybe injured detectives suitors gun was fired multiple times police say they are looking into all possibilities including that it was used to kill the atr baltimore police veteran and father of five mayor catherine pugh violence in the city the streets here that aren't blocked by police cruisers and crime taper largely quiet and residents are largely unwilling to tall darrell shelton grew up here with memphis pfister neighborhood but the whole food and it's just saying that this is too many guns on the streets and people were just indiscriminately using them whenever and wherever they want to we are still seeing heavily armed police searching this neighborhood as the reward in this case has climbed to nearly two hundred thousand dollars two thousand seventeen is that here in a row baltimore has passed three hundred homicides anthony kris van cleave thanks chris philadelphia last night of five alarm fire destroyed a nursing home one hundred sixty people were inside many had to be rescued some are still not accounted for at least seventeen o'neill hospital the red cross is helping evacuees find shelter investigators are waiting for the smoldering ruins to cool before they can search for the cause coming up next.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of the armed services committee already had part of the answer parts of africa remain a battleground general thomas waldhauser the commander of us forces in africa told congress last march he had only a quarter of the reconnaissance flights he needed and had to rely on contractors for search and rescue mission sir all those irs said providing search and rescue to truth from the field is our moral obligation so the investigation has to determine not only what happened on the ground in nizhny here but why washington failed to meet its obligation to the truth ethnic david martin at the pentagon thanks this has been an us especially violent week in afghanistan attacks by islamic militants killed more than one hundred twenty people one of the bloodiest was in kabul today a suicide bomber blew himself up inside a shiite mosque ice which is from the sunni branch of islam is suspected at least thirty were killed forty five wounded the faa is recommending that laptop computers be banned from checked luggage on international flights the concern is the batteries when stored near certain toiletries can explode here's transportation correspondent kris van cleave the faa has long been worried about the danger of lithium ion batteries in the cargo hold of a plane as this test video shows but now new test found that potential danger could extend it to even a single lithium ion battery in a large device like a laptop turns out if that kind of battery inner checked bag overheats next to an aerosol or nail polish remover or even rubbing alcohol it can spark an uncontrollable catastrophic fire that burns so hot some airliners couldn't put it out in one test in eight ounce aerosol can of dry shampoo was strapped to it overheated laptop it exploded in forty seconds of fire on board is is the worst thing that possibly could happen to any aircraft ross aamer ceo of arrow consulting experts is a former airline captain having seen the devastation that these batteries could cause i think every airline pilot is thinking about it and they would welcomed this decision by affair earlier this the us in the uk temporarily banned large electron devices from carryon luggage on flights from 10 airports due to security concerns and the threat of a laptop bomb the recommendation to ban laptops in checked bags went to the international group that.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A good night a center for auto safety a nonprofit group is calling on ford and the federal government to recall more than one point three million explorers because of possible carbon monoxide leaks ford says it has a better idea here's transportation correspondent kris van cleave the demand for recall of all two thousand eleven to two thousand seventeen ford explorers comes just days after ford said he would offer a piece of mind safety repair for the suvs what they should have done was put out a recall jason levin runs the center for auto safety consumers know the recall a serious a safety repair programme might or might not be serious since last summer the national highway traffic safety administration has been investigating more than twenty seven hundred complaints of exhaust which contains carbon monoxide leaking into the cabinet forty explores those reports include claims of three accidents in forty one injuries so far it says it's found no actual evidence of carbon monoxide poisoning but hours after henderson louisiana police officer brandy sickie crashed her explore doctors diagnosed her with carbon monoxide poisoning nothing ford needs to take care of the problem and fix it this california police officer says he passed out behind the wheel of and explore due to carbon monoxide and crashed he's now suing ford texas resident aaron gassed in says she gets fumes in her two thousand fourteen explore every time you were in that vehicle you started at ac was on blowing that smell was there ford insists the suvs are safe but is known about the issue since at least two thousand twelve and according to arbitration documents a company representative acknowledged it was likely a design issue after austin texas police pulled more than 400 explores in july ford began a nationwide effort to fix police suvs blaming those issues on afterpurchase installation of emergency equipment is responding to this recall request but indirectly saying it's always looking for ways to improve but it is confident in its processes what is not agreeing to a recall anthony kris van cleave in atlanta thanks still ahead now harvey weinstein brother bob is accused of sexual harassment wbz news time seven forty nine our top local stories.
"kris van cleave" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Hundred buildings damaged by flood water there nearly three thousand said to be submerged fever through this a lot of things in all our neighbors support each other it we come together in gave him we help each other at least three people dead in a fire at home a lulu high rise apartment building kgmb tvs ashley nagaoka says there are fears that number could go higher officials are uncertain if everyone got out there have been reports of residents trapped in their units and there are people here on the street emotional emphatically checking the to see if their loved mice are safe there are several apartments involved in a fire but officials don't know how many yet a russianamerican lobbyists who attended that trump tower meeting last june says he's willing to talk with the senate judiciary committee rinat akhmetov is a soviet army veteran he denies he served in russia's military intelligence unit but hedge fund investor william browder scheduled to testify wednesday before the senate judiciary committee says mentioned cannot be taken at his worry not mention is as he's described in various court documents is a member of former member of the gru which is the russian military intelligence this is the group that was sanctioned for hacking president trump's core supporters remain unfazed at a republican picnic hope so far i've seen enough russia to say bill something else pops this pretty big i'm not concerned about that right escaping disaster she be issues transportation correspondent kris van cleave reporting on a near miss at sfor god it could have been one of the worst aviation disasters in history last friday night in air canada flight lined up to land on a taxiway in san francisco where four other airliners were waiting to take off it pulled up just in time water garage way over canada's transportation safety board said early indications are the flight may have come within just twenty nine feet of one plane and overflew the first two aircraft.