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What will happen to RBG's SCOTUS seat?
"The fight to fill the seat of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, speaking at a rally in Philadelphia. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says the decision should wait until after the election jam this nomination through the Senate. Just exercise in raw political power. I don't believe the people of this nation will stand for Republican Arkansas, Senator Tom Cotton tells father O'Connell said there will be a vote. Meanwhile, two Republican Senator Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska say the move for a replacement should wait. CBS News political consultant Leonard Steinhorn at least with Senators, Markovsky and Collins. They're honoring what they said and did four years ago in showing the American public that partisanship and even ideology have their limits that as much as they may wanted conservative on the court. They're not willing to blow up the Senate to do so. CBS News Special Report. I'm Lisa Matteo.
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"FM W BB Coming up in the next half hour, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee says Republicans have enough votes to confirm a supreme Court nominee before the election, University of Illinois. Here's a step closer to getting a new mascot of the university Studies suggest White Americans have a rosier picture of racial progress than black Americans. Sports cubs won and the White Sox lost clearest guys this morning Sunshine a high Today of the 80 degrees. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour? Your home for original reporting. I'm Lisa Matteo..
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"Lisa Matteo after the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg protesters today outside the home of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is home in Louisville, Kentucky. McConnell has pledged to move forward and finding a replacement for Ginsburg before the election more from CBS White House correspondent Paul Aree. It's an opportunity for the Trump campaign. Right now, this is a tumultuous time for President Trump because his handling of the covert pandemic is under scrutiny. Most voters do not view his handling of coded very favorably. This is something that's really weighed down his campaign. And the Biden campaign has managed to sort of frame this. This election is a referendum on his handling of the pandemic. Now the Trump campaign has an opportunity to frame this election is a referendum on the court. Justice Ginsburg's death also motivating Democrat in the hour after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, Democratic donors gave $6.2 million online. That's more than any other single hour since Act blew. The donation site was launched 16 years ago. Then, in the next hour, donors broke the record again, giving another $6.3 million at more than $100,000 a minute. The president's reelection campaign has also fundraising, sending a text to supporters promising that Mr Trump will fill the vacancy with a conservative justice. Alison Keys. CBS NEWS Washington Ginsberg died from pancreas.
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"Lisa Matteo. President Trump says he will pick a replacement for the Supreme Court seat by the end of this week, and it will most likely be a woman. This comes as one federal appeals court judge visited the White House Monday. CBS News correspondent with Zhang Report TVs News has learned that when Amy Cockney Barrett came to the White House, she met with President Trump. He says he will announce his pick on Saturday, but an outside White House Advisor points out. He prefers to make news during the week because he thinks it gets a lot more attention. Like those two primetime announcements for his former two nominees, Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer says filling the seat before the election goes against the GOP's arguments in 2016 when they blocked President Obama's nominee to the high court just to.
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"I'm Lisa Matteo. The National Hurricane Center says Hurricane force winds are spreading on shore along the coast of the western Florida Panhandle in Alabama. CBS News is David beg, No protective dunes have already begun to give way. Just north of Dolphin Island Mobile is a ghost town streets are empty, and buildings are boarded up everywhere. There's already widespread damage in multiple states to riverboat casinos in Alabama floated away And one of the two main highways in Pensacola Beach, closed after a barge it was carrying heavy equipment broke loose and crashed into the bridge. More than a dozen people missing in Oregon as fought wildfires rage out west CBS's Jonathan Bigley Adi is in talent Oregon, but fire ripped through so quickly. There were no evacuation orders, and tonight there's a very real concern. Not everyone made it out alive Neighborhood after neighborhood after neighborhood, thousands of homes have been lost as search crews continue to look through all of the rubble and the state already setting up its first mobile morgue. President Trump touching upon race relations during a town hall, hosted by ABC in Pennsylvania. Hope there's not a risk problem. I can tell you there's none with me as I have great respect for all races for everybody. This country is great because of it. Parents in ST Louis took to the streets demanding their kids be allowed to play sports during the pandemic. KMOX is Michael Calhoun was there They marched outside the office and the home of the ST Louis County executive in protest of the ban on games for high contact sports like football and a ban on Spectators. For others like baseball. I'm a mama. Five kids who all play sports, and I just strongly feel like they should be playing. We have concerns other than them getting a virus, which we're not Convinced is going to cause them a lot of harm. Police in New York City looking into suspicious materials found after a fire in the queen's home. NYPD counter terrorism chief John Miller Wass materials found.
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"Committee. And we've got the votes to confirm the judge the justice on the floor of the Senate before the election, and that's what's coming. Graham chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee. Strong wind and rain battering the Texas coastline as tropical Storm beta makes landfall. And it should stay around for a couple of days, bringing heavy rain to Texas and Louisiana stocks plummet on Wall Street has been a tech correction that continues to roll. I do think, however, there's some worries. That. Britain nine shutdown And that was White House economic adviser Larry Could low CBS News Brief. I'm Lisa Matteo. Okay, CBS News time. 11 32, sponsored by Star One Credit union get totally free checking go to Star one. Dot or President Trump may reveal late this week his pick to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. He's already said that his nominee likely will be a woman, CBS News correspondent Paul Ary Ruth Bader Ginsburg Death gives the president a chance to nominate his third Supreme Court justice, which could make it a 63 conservative majority ahead of November 3rd and one that would shape the court. For decades. Mr. Trump said he plans to meet with some of the candidates before making a choice. Five women are being looked at invented very carefully, CBS News has learned. U S Court of Appeals Judge Amy Cockney Barrel and Judge Barbara Lagoa are the top two contenders. 48 year old Bear is a mother of seven who has won over religious conservatives for having anti abortion views. I see no conflict between having a Sincerely held faith and duties as adjudged president. Trump considered nominating.
New York Fashion Week 2020: Pared down, and virtually all virtual
"For New York Fashion Week As the show goes digital without many of the regular top designers more from CBS is Lisa Matteo. So much for celebrities in the front row are paparazzi behind the lens of this season's fashion week in New York City, the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Has been pushing the event to go Digital. Amid the pandemic, less than a handful of labels will show their spring collections in person and nearly 70 will offer There's digitally on runway 3 60. A number of top designers have opted out entirely, including Marc Jacobs, Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, Michael Cores and Tory Burch. The event runs through Thursday. Lisa
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"It's an eerie sight. Hundreds of whales seen stuck and water's just sitting there. CBS's mad Piper has the story. At least 25 whales have died, and scientists are trying to rescue 250 Mohr that air stranded in a remote bay on the Australian island of Tasmania. Scientists there say they've become stuck on a sandbar, saying two large pods are stuck on them and a few 100 yards apart inside a harbour. They're believed to be pilot whales, and police and marine experts who are on site said he planned to launch a rescue mission in the morning. Mac Piper CBS News a statue in New York City, representing the strength of a woman donde lace collar to pay tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The Fearless Girl sculpture has been a fixture in Lower Manhattan for three years and stands outside the New York Stock Exchange. The collar was used as part of an ad in The New York Times by State Street Global Advisors. The company that commissioned the statue. Lisa Matteo, CBS News I'm Jeff Ash. A.
2nd wave of coronavirus could be weeks away, experts warn
"Labor day gatherings, health experts warned against continue the holiday weekend. They're concerned about a replay of what happened after the Fourth of July when there was a 22 sprechen spike in the average number of cases reported three weeks after that weekend, CBS News Brief Lisa Matteo
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"Racism. Led to Daniel Proves death. Also in New York. 200 students at Syracuse University have been cleared from quarantine after Cove in 19 was found in the dorms. Wastewater. Wst M TV reporter Olivia Dance. Syracuse University believes the covert 19 detected in the waste water was from a previously identified case and says The waste water monitoring will continue as the university responds with the best science available. President Trump kept tweeting last night about a magazine article he says is untrue. CBS's Stephen Portnoy president continues to deny that he called America's War dead suckers and losers that even as a number of news organizations have confirmed the report in the Atlantic. Mr. Trump was asked if his former chief of staff might have been one of reporter Jeffrey Goldberg's four sources could have been a guy like a John Kelly president, said Kelly, a retired general and father. A fallen Marine was unable to handle the pressure of the job. The Labor Day weekend has brought a heat wave to parts of the West CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson on the beach in San Diego. It will be 100 degrees. That beats the old record by three degrees, but it's not just California. That's seen the Heat. Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Nebraska, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington. All breaking records drivers will be getting to the beach this weekend on cheaper Gas gas buddy analysts Patrick Don the lowest Labor Day holiday weekend gas prices that we've seen since 2000 for a lot of that, of course, Judah Corona virus, which has curbed gasoline demand. A white professor who pretended to be black for years is out for the semester. CBS's Lisa Matteo George Washington University, says the professor who lied about her race will not be teaching this fall. Jessica Krug came under fire after revealing on the block that she wasn't black. But in fact, white and Jewish, Krug teaches black history of the college and is the author. Er of several books on African American history, University officials say they're reviewing the situation and we'll come up with alternatives for students enrolled in her class. Lisa Matteo CBS News This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O PR..
Jacob Blake makes court appearance from hospital bed
"Blake, still recovering from being shot by police in Wisconsin, made his first court appearance from the hospital bed. CBS's Lisa Matteo, dressed in a shirt and tie, Jacob Blake, the man who was shot seven times in the back by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, addressed a judge from the Milwaukee hospital where he remains paralyzed from the waist down. You understand everything I've just explained to you question you about her discussed with you so far. It's his first court appearance from a previous domestic abuse charge. Blake waived his right to a preliminary hearing. He pleaded not guilty to three charges filed against him back in July. Lisa Matteo CBS News
New York Philharmonic to perform pop up concerts around the city
"Of New York here. CBS's Lisa Matteo, they're the oldest symphony orchestra in the country. Now, the New York Philharmonic is taking their music from the halls of Lincoln Center to the streets of the city. They call home with free pop up concerts. It's part of a new initiative called N Y. Fill Bandwagon. For the Next several weeks, artist will travel around in a rented pickup truck and perform up to three daily unannounced concerts to avoid large crowds. SNP futures are up two. This
Tributes pour in for actor Chadwick Boseman, who has died at 43
"A tribute to the late Chadwick Boseman from his home state here, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster ordered flags at the Statehouse flown at half staff in honor of actor Chadwick Boseman, who was born in Anderson. He also added that Bozeman's family would receive the flags after they were taken down. The Black Panther's star died after a battle with colon cancer at the age of 43 Twitter now, saying the message sent from Bozeman's personal account announcing his death has become the most like tweet of all time. Media giant called it a tribute fit for a king Hashtag Macondo
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"Rocket Mortgage. I'm Lisa Matteo. The streets of Portland. Rocked by gun. One man is dead after a clash between black lives matter. Protestors and President Trump's supporters. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows on ABC. Most of Donald Trump's America is peaceful. It is a Democrat led city important that we're talking about this morning who just yesterday denied help once again from the federal government. A change in our a surrounding demonstrations for racial justice in Kenosha. Protests in the city have gone from violent to peaceful but this protester does not think the presence of the National Guard is the reason is not because of the guards because we're on another level. There will be justice. This woman is not so sure about that hasn't been justice for people of color. President Trump plans to visit the city Tuesday to meet with police. But this protester is not impressed. Trump is going to use it. Justify cops shooting people. Bruce Marcus for CBS News, Kenosha, Wisconsin White House senior advisor Jared Kushner traveled to Jerusalem to address the normalization deal between Israel and the United Arab Emirates will continue to pursue peace between Israel. A biblical homeland of the Jewish people. And its Arab and Muslim neighbours. And I have never been more hopeful about peace tomorrow he will join in the first flight by an Israeli commercial airline to the residents of battered Louisiana are showing their resilience after Hurricane Laura..
Black Babies See Higher Odds of Survival With Black Doctors’ Care
"When it comes to the racial divide in healthcare here, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo New research shows that survival rate of black newborns corresponds to the race of their doctor, a study of nearly two million birds. Records in Florida between 1992 in 2015 shows that one cared for by white physicians. Black babies were three times more likely to die in the hospital, then white newborns. The mortality rate was cut in half when black doctors cared for black babies. The study did not show a connection between the mother's death rate and the race of her Dr Leese Matteo CBS News
Rollback of Obama-era transgender health care protections halted
"For the administration's effort to rollback transgender health rights. CBS's Lisa Matteo, just one day before Trump Administration effort to end transgender health protections, was set to take effect. A federal judge in New York makes a move to block it. The rule plan to get rid of protections for them against discrimination by doctors, hospitals and health insurance companies. But the judge said it went against the Supreme Court. Case that outlawed workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The ruling is only a temporary action while a lawsuit moves forward. Sales are
Vaping linked to risk of COVID-19 in teens, young adults
"Do you have a teenager in your house who've apes? Well, here's the health warning. First, it was concerns over the nicotine content any cigarettes for teens. Now a new study links the habit to Corona virus. Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have discs. Over that teenagers and young adults who've ape face a higher risk of covert 19. Then those who don't the study also shows that those who ve for 5 to 7 times more likely to be infected because of the damage caused to their lungs. It also revealed that lower socioeconomic status was linked to a higher risk of being diagnosed. Lisa Matteo CBS
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"I'm Lisa Matteo. President. Trump has just taken executive action on the current virus relief package, as some 30 million Americans are out of work among the pandemic and 40 million facing possible eviction from their homes. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have chosen to hold this vital assistance hostage on behalf of very extreme partisan demands and The radical left Democrats and we just can't do. The news comes on the heels of the July jobs report that revealed employers hired 1.8 million new workers last month. But CBS news business analyst Dill Schlessinger says there's still a lot to be concerned about. I think economists are quite concerned about what happens going forward, especially as things have slowed down and we see a surge of virus. In the south in the West. And now even in the Midwest. I think that there are hopes that things get better. But the reality on the ground is things are really tough. We had 12.9 million fewer jobs then we had just in February. Many workers say they want companies to be held accountable for their safety during the pandemic. CBS News correspondent Nancy Court is as more on one employee who says he went to work sick because he felt he had to 45 year old Mike Jackson was working a mandatory overtime shift when a coworker saw him slumped over that he was back at work two days later. Viral Newsome is Mike Jackson's mother. Why do you think he went to work even if he wasn't feeling well? They were fair. You Jackson collapsed again and was sent to the hospital where he tested positive for Corona virus. He died 10 days later. Herb's okay, I'm with you. Any prayers. Six current workers tell CBS News the company Briggs and Stratton required them to work face to face on the assembly line, and that manager's rarely wore masks as former vice President Joe Biden nears the announcement of his vice presidential pick. There's word he met with Michigan Governor Gretchen Wimmer in Delaware last weekend. Critical analyst Clegg. Greg career has more on what makes it so appealing. Most of the candidates we've heard about is of a flaw or two. That's typical in politics. But it doesn't appear that Gretchen Whitmer has any big liabilities. That may be why she's moved up so quickly on the short list. And the campaign.
Partially automated driving systems don't always work
"Word on automated driving systems is they don't always work they were meant to make driving easier now, a new study says. Partially automated driving systems may have a few glitches research from triple A shows. Most of the problems are with the systems that keep the cars in their lanes. Others had trouble spotting broken down vehicles in their path. The study tested systems from five manufacturers over 4000 miles and said they had issues every eight miles. They recommend. Car companies limit the use in their models. Lisa Matteo CBS News release
Outbreak hits Norway cruise ship, could spread along coast
"One of the first cruise lines to resume sailing during the pandemic now has an outbreak region cruise ship line. Hurtigruten is stopping all trips after one of its ships infected at least five passengers and more than 35 crew members. He's also fear the M S rolled. Ahmanson may have spread the virus to dozens of villages along Norway's western coast. CBS's Lisa Matteo reports the Norwegian government will begin banning ships with more than 100 passengers from docking in its
Virus outbreak hits Norwegian cruise ship that stopped at dozens of ports
"Line companies to resume sailing during the pandemic, now has an outbreak. CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo has more Norwegian cruise ship line. Hurtigruten is stopping all trips after one of its ships infected at least five passengers and more than 35 crew members. Health authorities also fear the M S rolled. Ahmanson may have spread the virus to dozens of villages along Norway's western coast. It's currently docked in Trump's, so the company also suspended two other ships in the region. Government says they will begin banning ships with more than 100 passengers from docking in its harbors.
Netflix Breaks HBO’s Record for the Most Emmy Nominations Ever
"Providers who all grabbed nominations for the Primetime Emmy Awards today, CBS News correspondent Lisa Matteo reports with Game of Thrones and VP out of the running The Primetime Emmy Award nominations saw more shows receiving multiple nods. Topping the list was the watchman with 26 nominations. We are invisible at a close second with 20 ladies on Amazon Prime's The Marvellous Mrs Mazel, followed by Dark and HBO succession. Anyone's Here's to us. Netflix led the way with 169 while new providers like Disney Plus an Apple TV entered the arena for the first time. Matteo CBS News WCBS news time is 3 23 When it comes to giving
Dogfluencers: Canine influencers take over Instagram after pandemic puppy boom
"Lisa Matteo. Now, with an unexpected social media effect of the Corona virus world, the pandemic puppy boom has created a new generation of influencers. Yep, Instagram is going to the dogs. Some of them live better lives in humans with an endless wardrobe lounging decided trips, the local vineyards and with more people stuck at home browsing social media they're following is going crazy. In fact, the new monitoring tools says the number of posts mentioning puppies jumped 38% in the last week of March least. Matteo CBS moves
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"I'm Lisa Matteo. The word from the CDC on schools get kids back into the classrooms. The new guidelines are of growing concern too many during the pandemic, especially teachers like Alex in German, Duval County, Florida. I cannot in good conscience put Children in harm's way, and I will not do that. And however, that manifests itself uncomfortable with some state officials say they will send kids back when it's safe. Despite the guidelines, I'm Tom Foti just weeks before schools would normally open around the country. The Centers for Disease Control is out with new guidelines on doing that, saying it should be the default. But Houston's mayor Sylvester Turner, says no to school. Reopening as of now, saving lives and slowing the virus from spreading of the city of Houston is top priority. And we can do that, by delaying in person face to face instruction at a minimum until September of the Houston remains one of the nation's hardest hit Cove it 19 hot spots. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington, While South Texas continues to be hit hard by the current virus, residents now bracing for a recently upgraded Hurricane Hannah expected to make landfall later today, one local emergency management supervisor says residents need to prepare always need to be prepared. For this storm. Expect heavy heavy rains expect sustained winds of maybe 50 plus miles per hour, so we need to secure thing. Hawaii also facing off with Mother Nature, as Hurricane Douglas bears down on the islands, which means more work for local roofing companies. Mark carries the CEO of MD restoration. Just be ready to extract water help people out that meat Possibly furniture moved and wet building material removed from their house. Douglass is the first hurricane to threaten the U. S. Since the start of the pandemic..
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"Business. I'm Lisa Matteo. Republicans and Democrats can come to an agreement and now millions of Americans may suffer as their sets. Part of a bigger virus money Bill House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. It's about paying the rent as about buying food. So with this package, we have people on the verge of infection. So what now we're in the process of developing another proposal by Senate Republicans, which will be announced on Monday, and then we'll be shutting down with the Democrats to see what we can agree. To do. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, Tom FOTI. CBS NEWS Washington After weeks of pressure from the White House, the CDC has issued new guidelines on reopening schools, saying kids need to get back in the classroom. CBS News is Chris Martinez heard from both sides. I'm scared all my teacher, friends or scared. Second grade teacher Stephanie Miller contracted the virus in April, I was on a ventilator for 21 days came out of it not able to move a muscle, but some parents say distance learning presents its own dangers. Kids left at home without teachers without a stable atmosphere that school offers are just as unsafe. An unhealthy tropical storm Hanna making its way toward the Texas coast, Claiborne County City manager Mark McLaughlin. We need everything that could be flying around the storm get put away. More from CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson. The rain is particularly actually South loaded on this storm. So it's Corpus Christi down to the Rio Grande Valley in places like Brownsville that are going to be seeing the heaviest rain. Really. The concern here is that 10 to 15 inches of rain over a foot, certainly likely in some spots. Hannah is forecast to make landfall later this afternoon. Despite pleas from lawmakers in Oregon federal agents are staying put. Protesters hit the streets again Friday night. This could've been handled easier on more responsibly. They're escalating the situation. Well to Chicago now where crews have removed two statues of Christopher Columbus following weeks of.
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"I'm Lisa Matteo. As cases of the Corona virus continues to surge. Florida remains the epicenter. Florida Congresswoman Donna Shalala appeared on this week and spoke about the upcoming school season. Talking about opening schools is ridiculous when you have community spread The way we do here in the superintendent has luckily, been very disciplined about what the standards will be for opening schools. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Friday he's keeping public schools in 32 counties close when classes resume in August. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti explains the severity of the situation. This virus praise on our division it praise when we get exhausted it praise on us in those moments when we don't have a unified national front. Are we? As individuals think this ain't going to be a big deal. President Trump on Fox News Sunday. Think responsibility always for everything because it's ultimately my job, too. I have to get everybody in line. Some governors have done well. Some governors have done poorly. An outpouring of love continues for the late Congressman John Lewis, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms on CBS's Face the Nation. I don't think it happens, stance that his last public appearance Was on the black lives matter Plaza because I think in his own way he was leaving with us, this reminder that the fight continues on. Meanwhile, we have come a long way in this country and still have so much further to go. The civil rights leader died on Friday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80. The Oregon Department of Justice says it will sue several federal agencies for civil rights abuses. The state is accusing them of violating protesters. Civil rights, including using force CBS's Michael George has details doing Portland is pushing back against the federal personnel dispatched to protect property. The forces, some in camouflage have been firing tear gas and flash bangs on citizens who have taken to the streets. Agents who work for the Department of Homeland Security and the U. S. Marshal Service, as well as customs and border protection have been sent to guard, a federal courthouse and other government buildings. Police in Peoria, Illinois, are investigating after 13 people were shot and wounded this morning. Officials say it took place after a fight broke out at a gathering of about 200 people along the riverfront. None of the wounds are considered life threatening Peoria's about 155 miles.
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"In Texas as reports show new cases per week climbed to more than 70,000 California is tightening restrictions Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. It's not just what's open and closed. It's also about what we do individually. It's about the people who are getting together outside of their households with people they might know it might be their extended family. It might be friends they might think because they got a test two weeks ago that it's okay but it's not. Florida residents in certain areas are under curfew. Broward County Mayor Dale Holness. It is important that we take action to stop continue spreading this virus. Mississippi is one of 18 states flag is a red zone where mass will be required. Although the state's governor Tate Reeves, refuses to issue a statewide mandate, he spoke to CNN. We don't have a statewide math mandated Mississippi but we do have a mass mandate in 13 of our 82 counties. CBS News update. Lisa Matteo. It all started with the grilled cheese sandwich. Two simple pieces of bread some butter on a slice of American cheese. But after making it day after day week after week, I hungered for more Colby provolone Gouda, But Buddha wasn't good enough. I wanted great, I added tomatoes, pickles, jalape O see if I could birth this gooey work of art in my tiny, modest kitchen. Imagine what I could do in a gourmet chef's kitchen. So I called the bank about loaning me some extra cheddar. Now I had the matchy skill and a superior grill. Equal housing lender member F D I C Greatest albums of all time. Radio head the bed. Released in March of 1995. Benzes, the second studio album from Radiohead album was departure from their debut albums, Grunge sound As a result, it never achieved quite the same success is the debut, which contained the single creep. Benz was meant to be deeper and more complex in every way from the lyrics to the use of more keys to individualize guitar parts, as opposed to three guitars playing the same thing. The album was critically acclaimed and appears on many best of lists. A motorcycle for 52 years, I started having back pain that turned into the knee pain. I couldn't even sit on a motorcycle is like you don't have to give up riding bikes, kinds of permanent a lakeside. I needed a hip replacement that's gonna do it through outpatient surgery. Send out Great. Recovered overnight, was home by 11 o'clock the next morning. Glad I made the choice.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg announces cancer recurrence, will remain on the Supreme Court
"This afternoon health setback for the Supreme Court's oldest Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, saying today that she has a recurrence of liver cancer, but has responded well to treatment. It has no plans to retire from the nation's highest court more details from CBS's Lisa Matteo after being released from a Baltimore hospital, Supreme Court associate, Ruth Bader Ginsburg is setting the record straight about her treatment. In a statement, the court's oldest justice explains at her recent hospitalization to remove gall stones and treated infection were not related to a recurrence of her cancer. She went on to say that the chemotherapy to treat lesions on her liver are showing positive results. The four time cancer survivor will continue with bi weekly treatment and says Is fully capable of keeping up with her court work Well, Ginsberg is saying she is making the announcement now because she's confident in the course of her treatment at
Princess Beatrice marries Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi in private ceremony
"Wedding bells today overseas as we hear from CBS's Lisa Matteo, the daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah, Duchess of York, has tied the knot in a private ceremony in front of Queen Elizabeth. The second Princess Beatrice, married real estate developer Edoardo My Belly Matsui Friday morning at Windsor Castle. The couple has been engaged in September but postpone the ceremony due to the
Billy Joel Proves He's Still the Piano Man While Playing Discarded Piano on Long Island Sidewalk
"And impromptu performance of the piano man in New York is going viral. It's what happens when Billy Joel sees a piano kicked to the curb, as he Driving by on his motorcycle cell phone video captured the Grammy winner casually stop and tested out, performing a ragtime tune in front of a group of surprise. Onlookers on Long Island. Probably throw it out. You can hear Joel suggest donating it to a local charity and then hits the keys. One final time. Lisa Matteo CBS News
Lyft giving out shields to protect drivers from coronavirus
"For lift drivers drivers and and their their passengers. passengers. CBS CBS correspondent correspondent Lisa Lisa Matteo Matteo has has that that story. story. You're You're next next rideshare rideshare trip trip could could look look a a bit bit different different lift lift is is rising rising to to the the occasion, occasion, distributing distributing about about 60,000 60,000 vehicle vehicle partition partition shields shields to to its its most most active active drivers. drivers. The The company company already already requires requires passengers passengers and and drivers drivers to to aware aware a a mask mask and gives out sanitizing products during the day. Trips. Less active drivers will be able to purchase the barriers later this month for about 50 bucks. Lisa Matteo CBS News,
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"Rocket Mortgage. I'm Lisa Matteo, Florida is finding itself at the center of the country's new surge, With cases and deaths continuing to rise. The state shattering their record for largest single day increases. With almost 15,300 CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Vegas, There will be a significant Increase in the deaths in the state of Florida over the next month. And that's unfortunately unavoidable with a number of cases they have. Admiral Brett Gera gave a more positive approach on ABC. We're not out of this at all. We're all very concerned, but we have seen this week a levelling of what we call the percent positive. That's our sort of first indicator that if that levels we're going to start seeing emergency rooms, drop hospitalizations Drop President Trump calling for school to re open in the fall, receiving backlash for many officials, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on CNN. This is appalling. They're messing. Messing the president. And his administration are messing with our Children. It is we all want our Children to go back to school teachers do parents do and Children do, but they must go back safely. Many politicians still sounding off against the president's decision to commute the sentence of Roger Stone for lying to Congress in the Russia investigation. House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff on ABC is this week. Anyone who cares about the rule of law in this country is nauseated by the fact that the president has commuted the sentence of someone who Willfully lied to Congress covered up for the president. Intimidated witnesses obstructed the investigation. Police in McAllen, Texas, are mourning the loss of two of their own after they were shot and killed during a domestic violence complaint. McCallan police chief Victor Rodriguez, the option there's never had a chance..
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"I'm Lisa Matteo as New York continues to report declining death, told some of the country's biggest states record, their highest admiral Bret Farrar, gave his assessment where things stand to ABC. We do expect and are planning foreign are surging people and everything else, but we do expect hospitalizations to go up. At the peak and April were at about 85,000. Right now we're at 63,000 but we do expect those to go up. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adam's tells CBS's face the Nation. There are ways to stop the spread. We can turn this thing around in 2 to 3 weeks if we can get a critical mass of people wearing face coverings, practicing at least six feet. Of social distancing doing the things that we know of CBS News elections and surveys Director Anthony Salvato talks about how the virus could affect the 2020 election. People in these states are concerned about getting cove. It And the more concerned that someone is the more likely they are to say that they're voting for Joe Biden. There's a Corona virus outbreak among US Marines at Japan's Okinawa island more on that from military consultant Jeff Mickelson's Japanese governor. Okinawa has demanded US military commanders take tougher prevention measures. And mortar transparency after officials were told that Maura than 60 Marines to bases on the island have been affected with the crew. No buyers for the last few officers in McAllen, Texas, were shot and killed during a domestic violence complaint. Macallan police chief Victor Rodriguez says they didn't have a chance..
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"I'm Lisa Matteo. The president intervenes in a criminal case that was central to the Russia investigation commuting the sentence of Roger Stone. CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian has more from the White House. Stone was due to report to prison next week to serve a 40 months sentence after being convicted in November on seven felony counts, which include witness tampering and lying to Congress. But if you look at a compass Notation. It's simply reduces the sentence, CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman so whether or not he's guilty Whether he knows he's guilty or whether the president knows or believes he's guilty. That kind of still stays out there. Loyola Law schools Laurie Levinson thinks this will set a precedent. More questions are going to be raised about what's going on in the Justice Department when you have so many people from Rod Blagojevich to Michael Milken and now Roger Stone getting pardons or commutations as political allies to the president. A number of Corona virus cases continues past the three million mark with more than 250,000 hospitalized. Social distancing measures and lock down procedures are being put to the test. More from CBS's Michael George of Carolina Governor Henry McMaster threatened to strip liquor licenses from violating proprietors at a Kentucky test site. Bartender Michael Wikler knows what can happen after 11 PM once it gets too late at night. It's just unbelievable enough to make you want to get tested in Tennessee, Shelby County. Dorantes require customers to fork over their contact information before they'll be.
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"I'm Lisa Matteo. He was convicted last November of seven felony counts, including lying to Congress. Now Roger Stone sentence has been commuted by President Trump. I'm Tom Foti, longtime Trump friend and advisor. Roger Stone is not going to prison next week, The president commuted his 40 months sentence on charges related to the Russia investigations that he keeps calling AH hoax Stone came out of his Florida home wearing a mask. With the words free Roger Stone and saying he wants another trial. I'm confident that I couldn't win on appeal own has been involved in Republican politics since Richard Nixon, whose face he has tattooed on his back, he and the president go back decades. Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington Laurie Levinson is a professor at Love of loyal the Law school president is maintained that Stone was treated very unfairly. It's Stone had a full trial he had sentencing people were considering allowing his delay to prison. Instead, he got it all. He won't have to report as the number of new cases of current virus continues to climb. California, Texas and Florida record their highest daily death tolls yet KP Excess TV's Maria Medina has more from San Jose. Santa Clara County executive officer Dr Jeff Smith says the state's approach to leave every county to decide what's best for them is failing. So we really need the state. Uniformly do something dramatic to stop the spread. Smith believes if the state doesn't step in soon, California is only 4 to 5 weeks away from the virus, spreading uncontrollably completely out of control, spreading like wildfire. Dr. Smith's prediction comes as Santa Clara County moves further into stage two of re opening its economy starting Monday, and search will continue today for a glee. Actress Naya Rivera. Cacau's Nicole Comstock has more on the technology being used to locate the body are now using side scan. Sonar technology to see farther down.
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"Lisa Matteo, the former girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein has been arrested accused of overseeing his alleged sex trafficking ring. At a press conference this afternoon. William Sweeney junior, the assistant director in charge of the New York office of the FBI, gave more details on the arrest of Glane Maxwell. We've been destroyed. Now there's another way to listen for the latest news, instigation, and more recently, we learned she had slithered away to a gorgeous property in New Hampshire, continuing to live a life of privilege. All her victims live with the trauma inflicted upon them years ago. Maxwell is charged with six counts dating back to the nineties. She denies those claims. The US hits a record low for record for new Corona virus cases reported more than 50,000 today. Congress hearing from health experts on the possibility of finding a vaccine. Dr. Collins is director of the National Institutes of Health. This is one of those crises or science is not only important, it's crucial and every mistake we make would set us back and every wasted opportunity would have a consequence for somebody's life. The U. S. Has now reported nearly 2.7 million cases and more than 128,000 dead. The Supreme Court agreed to hear a case over whether Trump Administration should hand over the full. Mueller report more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey and washing Gord is agreeing to hear the Trump administration's appeal of a lower court's ruling that it turned over secret grand jury testimony in the Mueller probe to the Democratic controlled House of Representatives. A decision, though, might not happen until 2021. Democrats say the materials could reveal new misconduct allegations and generate new articles of impeachment against President Trump. Missouri County prosecutors, speaking out after an African American man convicted at the age of 18 on charges of burglary and assault, walked out of prison yesterday. The case of 40 year old Jonathan Irons was overturned. ST. Charles County prosecutor Tim Lamar Big piece for us was the identification.
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"At two o'clock good morning I'm Lisa Matteo police are investigating a multiple shooting in Jersey city it took place Saturday night at the intersection of Roseanne caterer avenues that's about a mile away from the kosher market attack less than two weeks ago that left three civilians and a police officer dead no further details were available they were out celebrating a birthday and now three young women are dead after their car collided with a tractor trailer in New Jersey Paul the Castro reports the accident happened just before midnight Friday on route one near fort Avenue in Woodbridge the three women were in a twenty twelve Nissan Altima when it slammed into the rear of a tractor trailer as the truck was starting to move from a stop light the driver was identified as twenty three year old Breanna Martinez who was pronounced dead at a local hospital the two passengers were both under twenty five years old and were pronounced dead at the scene all three victims were from Somerset Paul the Castro W. O. R. news thousands of family and friends are celebrating the life of a barnyard college student fatally stabbed in morning side park more than a week ago family friend David Smith delivered a quote which he felt represented test the majors to quote the row her time was measured by her light glistening beams radiated out from this little son at the center of a quirky and sparkling universe funeral services were held on Saturday in Charlottesville Virginia were majors was from it was a private ceremony that showcased her love of music life and the legacy she's leaving behind inner eighteen years so far thirteen year old was charged as a minor and a fourteen year old is wanted for questioning in the attack at the same time a Connecticut man is facing charges for threatening to kill the New York City teen who fatally stabbed majors police say thirty one year old Trevor spring of mystic posted the race this threat Thursday on a reddit form about the death of the college student to Brooklyn now where police are releasing a video of it do all was solved in a man before robbing him the incident took place Friday night your good when place in Brooklyn after the victim and parked his car he was approached by a male who punched him in the face and then once on the ground a female suspect kicked him as a male took a cell phone and wallet the two then fled the victim is listed in stable condition at Wyckoff heights Medical Center triple a expects a record number of people traveling during the holiday period nearly a hundred and sixteen million Americans will travel from December twenty first of three new year's day that's the estimate from triple a the agency says is the most ever for this holiday period since it started tracking a couple decades ago now most will be on the road for New York triple a says the worst time to travel will be the day after Christmas from four fifteen to six fifteen PM this woman says her family's governor else they're doing the driving I'm not doing the driving back I love being in New York I think it's one of the best times to be heard because everyone please a city I'm Scott Pringle double the art is we'll have sports and your weather up next W. O. R. news time to three in the Army National Guard family means everything they really appreciate what she starred as a sister as well as a soldier in supporting our country our parents they're really supportive.
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"I'm Lisa Matteo seven teenagers facing charges in connection to the stabbing death of a sixteen year old boy it in Oceanside strip mall police say nineteen year old take he met met Jim to eighteen year olds marquee Stevens junior and dividing meals to seventeen year olds Taj Woodruff and Sean merit and two sixteen year olds have all been charged with second degree gang assault in the incident that killed because Demarest earlier this month eighteen year old Tyler flash has already been charged with second degree murder in the case the seventeens will be arraigned on Saturday the same day as Morris's funeral also on Long Island security being stepped up around synagogues in other areas of concern during the Jewish high holidays Lisa G. has more Nassau County executive Laura current says police will not be taking any chances amid the spike in anti semitic crimes around the country and in New York hatred has no place in Nassau County we will not tolerate bigotry and we will certainly not look the other way when we see it she notes the county has been working closely with local faith leaders to provide security assessments training and other resources to ensure worshippers our camp safe Russia China begins on Sunday I'm Lisa G. W. O. R. news an NYPD car rushing to a call with its lights and sirens on strikes a pedestrian in the jeep on Staten Island authorities say the pedestrian was crossing Henderson Avenue on Friday just after nine PM the police vehicle swerved to avoid the pedestrian struck the jeep the gesture was taken to Richmond university Medical Center with serious but non life threatening injuries the two officers in the vehicle suffered minor injuries the driver the jeep was not hurt transit advocacy groups are rallying calling on the federal government to advance the gateway project. there's fear the Hudson River rail tunnels could fail at any time which could be catastrophic to the nation's economy but Kate Slevin of the regional plan association says that's not all people health suffers from the stress of being packed in overcrowded trains and missing bad times and daycare pick up but if the feds approve the.
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"Good evening. I'm Lisa Matteo, a New York City. Police officer is accused of trying to hire a hitman to kill both her ex husband and a young girl. Prosecutors say that thirty four year old Valerie Cincinnati agreed to pay seven thousand dollars to have her ex killed even going so far as to withdraw the money, she was allegedly speaking to an FBI agent who showed her a doctored photo that appeared to be her murdered husband then allegedly agreed to pay an extra three thousand dollars to have a minor female killed as well. Cincinnati been with NYPD since two thousand seven and worked out of the one hundred six precinct in queens. The gunman convicted of shooting and killing a woman at the day festival. Two years ago is being sentenced. Lisa, g reports twenty year old regional Moyes was sentenced to the max seventeen and a third years in prison for shooting and killing twenty two year old here boy oh boy. Our student at Saint John's university was shot in the head at point blank range and later died at the hospital as you say, celebration in Brooklyn precedes the annual West Indian day parade every September. I'm Lisa g w award news acquaintance father is being charged in the death of his three year old daughter Martin Pereira was charged with murder. So a prayer was found in a burning car in Springfield gardens earlier this month, detective said the car, doors were chained shut and gas cans were near the vehicle. Parents at a New Jersey middle school. They're trying to figure out how to talk to their kids after their principal was accused of attempting to sexually assault, a former student. What do I tell my towel, do I tell her.