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Kenyan man charged with plotting 9/11-style attack on U.S.
"Ah 30 year old Kenyan man has been arrested by federal authorities for what they say was a plot to carry out a 9 11 style attack in the United States. CBS News senior investigative producer Pat Milton explains 30 year old shoulder. Abdullah was arrested in the Philippines last year and transferred to U. S custody on charges he conspired to hijack an aircraft. And slamming into a building in the United States. He pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in Manhattan Federal court and is being held without bail. The federal indictment alleges that Abdullah got flight training in the Philippines in preparation for the attack. Prosecutors say Abdullah started planning the attack in 2016 under the direction of an also Bob commander. Involved in a deadly attack in Nairobi, Kenya, on a hotel in
Arrest made in 2008 kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan
"An arrest has been made in the kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan An Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road, an Afghan journalist. Their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. Charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. US. Authorities did not say where or when Najibullah was arrested. But they thank Ukrainian authorities for their help. Road and Afghan journalist to hear Lewton escape the Taliban controlled compound in Pakistan's tribal areas after more than seven months in captivity. Their driver escaped. A few weeks
Arrest made in 2008 kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan
"Kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan An Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road. An Afghan journalist and their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. Charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. US. Authorities did not say where or when Najibullah was arrested. They thank Ukrainian authorities for their help. Road and Afghan journalist to hear Lewton escaped the Taliban controlled compound in Pakistan's tribal areas after more than seven months in captivity. Their driver escaped. A few weeks later, I might grow CIA AP News
Afghan man charged in kidnapping of New York Times journalist; brought to New York to face US justice system
"On arrest has been made in the kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan. Associated Press correspondent Mike Grazia. Reports an Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist David Road. An Afghan journalist and their driver, 42 year old Haji Najibullah is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. The charges include hostage taking, conspiracy and kidnapping. It's not yet clear where he was taken into
Arrest made in 2008 kidnapping of New York Times journalist
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an arrest has been made in the two thousand eight kidnapping of journalists in Afghanistan an Afghan man has been brought to the United States to face charges in the two thousand eight kidnapping of New York times journalist David Rohde and Afghan journalists and their driver forty two year old Hashi Nagy bull is charged in a six count indictment that was unsealed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday charges include hostage taking conspiracy and kidnapping U. S. authorities did not say where or when now she below was arrested but they thank you craning authorities for their help road and Afghan journalist Tahir Ludin escaped a Taliban controlled compound in Pakistan's tribal areas after more than seven months in captivity their driver escaped a few weeks later hi Mike Rossio
Trump attorney fights to block disclosure of tax returns, but judges appear skeptical
"Faced a trio of skeptical judges in their continuing attempt to keep the president's tax returns out of the hands of the Manhattan district Attorney W. N. Ice's Andrea Bernstein, co host of the Trump Ink podcast. Reports decide Vance has been trying to examine Trump's tax returns for evidence of fraud for over a year now. President Trump's private attorneys keep suing and losing the U. S. Supreme Court Will Trump is not immune from criminal investigation, while in office trumps attorneys air, claiming the D A subpoena is overly broad and in bad faith. They lost that Case, two in Manhattan federal court. In a hearing Friday, panel of Appeals court justices called Trump's lawyer's arguments contrived. Ah problem. And far fetched. The judge's indicate they hope to rule quickly. Support for
Steve Bannon charged with fraud in border wall fundraising scheme
"Steve Bannon, pleading not guilty today after being arrested accused of fraud. Bannon and three others are accused of ripping off donors in an online fundraising scheme called we Build the wall. The indictments were unsealed in Manhattan Federal court. Prosecutors say the scheme raised more than $25 million to build a wall along the southern border. The indictment says it involved fake invoices and sham vendor arrangements The project mentioned was for three miles of fence post in South Texas. It was ultimately built and largely funded by Fisher Industries. President Trump recently criticized that section of the wall after it showed signs of erosion. Bannon was pushed out of his White House job. Three years ago, I made Donahue, Russian
Bannon and 3 others charged in scheme stemming from 'We Build The Wall' campaign
"Adviser Steve Bannon's been arrested on charges that he and three others ripped off donors to an online fundraising scheme called we build the wall. The charges were contained in an indictment unsealed today in Manhattan Federal court. Federal prosecutors allege that Bannon and the three others orchestrated a scheme to defraud hundreds of thousands of donors in connection with an online crowdfunding campaign. Bannon earlier today entered a not guilty plea.
Steve Bannon indicted for fraud over campaign to build private border wall
"An indictment unsealed this morning in Manhattan Federal court shows former White House adviser in Trump Campaign Chairman Steve Bannon has been arrested along with three others, all accused of ripping off donors who gave to an online crowdfunding campaign called we Build that wall. He was once one of the president's chief strategist, and now he's facing wire fraud charges. And and is accused of funneling private donations into his own pocket. This scheme involved and co funding page called We built the wall Private donors for has to help President Trump fulfill his promise to build a wall on the southern border. The effort raised $25 million And and and three other men promised they wouldn't be paid. The indictment claims he's came hundreds of thousands of dollars. His 66 year old was arrested this morning. Peter has school that huge city as whose radio 80
Ex-Trump adviser Steve Bannon charged in border wall scheme
"Former White House adviser Steve Bannon has been arrested Bannon and three others are accused of ripping off donors in an online fundraising scheme called we build the wall the indictments were unsealed in Manhattan federal court prosecutors say the scheme raised more than twenty five million dollars to build a wall along the southern border the indictment says that involve fake invoices and sham vendor arrangements the project mentioned was for three miles of fence post in South Texas it was ultimately built and largely funded by Fisher industries president trump recently criticized that section of the wall after it showed signs of erosion Bannon was pushed out of his White House job three years ago I met Donahue
R Kelly's manager has been charged with threatening to open fire on a New York cinema
"R. Kelly's manager, has now been charged with making telephone threats of gunfire at a Manhattan Theatre this to shut down a documentary about the singer's alleged sexual abuse of women and girls. Authorities say Danielle Russell will now face the charges during a remote proceeding in Manhattan Federal court. The 45 year old Chicago man was charged with threatening physical harm by interstate communication and conspiracy. Kelly, meantime, is jailed in Chicago after pleading not guilty to dozens of states and federal sex crime charges in Illinois, Minnesota and New York. Russell had been charged earlier this week with harassing a Kelly
New York Yankees seek $626,000 from NJ ticket holder: court papers
"Also going after one of their fans for more than half a 1,000,000 bucks. They say he didn't pay his bill for his box seats, New York Post reports. Team filed papers against New Jersey fan Walter has for $626,000 8 seats he purchased for an eight year deal has says he couldn't pay He became ill. But papers filed in Manhattan, federal courts say. Team found out he purchased other seats without paying off what he originally. Oh, That's when they decided the wanted to take legal action has says he may counter Sue Hee says he denies owing them that money
Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver Sentenced To 6 And A Half Years In Prison
"New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, former speaker of Manhattan, or he got out of a seven year prison sentence five years ago after a technicality led to AH judge overturning his bribery and extortion conviction. But he was tried and convicted again two years ago, And earlier today, a Manhattan federal court judge ignored the 76 year old Silver's letter asking that he be spared a prison term that would likely lead to him dying behind bars. And the judge sent its silver 6.5 years in prison instead of the original seven year
"manhattan federal court" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Full blown anxiety disorder and a quarter of those cases are severe Dr Ross married urges anxious patients to envision themselves getting the novel coronavirus and confront the fear head on go through the mental notions of what it would be like if your neighbor that's if you got sick not to worry about it ad nauseam but actually to sit and contemplate it thoughtfully intentionally so a couple of minutes each day Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty now to those with spring break or vacation plans coming up a lot of folks are scared they'll be quarantined for two weeks when they get back that's the big concern I'm seeing and I was really surprised about that was the primary concern and that concern Willie Watson about getting a contracted the virus now everyone's hearing about the hard hit areas around the world is that what your clients are most hesitant about traveling yeah they're really hesitant about going to Italy because that's been in the news so much and Italy's northern Italy especially is pretty much shut down so what if we had a tour running to Italy now it wouldn't be running I can tell you that much are you also hearing from people who have not booked yet asking your advice for what they should do as far as waiting or going yeah I think people are taking a wait and see attitude we have been getting a few bookings I'm really surprised that we haven't been getting many cancellations at all but I think there's a general wait and see attitude to see how this all plays out Steve selasky there runs a popular travel guide business and call himself the traveling professor talking there with deadly CBS anchor Linda Lopez earlier today it's ten twenty two there are no plans to cancel next to the St Patrick's day parade in midtown Manhattan according to mayor bill de Blasio but they canceled all of them in Ireland trying to slow the spread of cove in nineteen now the annual March seventeenth parade in Dublin same day is New York city's next Tuesday usually draws about a half million people right now Ireland has twenty one confirmed cove in nineteen cases it is ten twenty two N. talking about the quarter well the chief district justice at Manhattan federal court filed an order today saying anyone who's been that China Iran Italy Japan or South Korea within the past two weeks cannot come in the courthouse that goes for folks who live with or I've been around someone who has been to any of those countries in that time the judge's order applies to jurors people with ongoing cases anyone else telling those scheduled to be at Manhattan federal court for case but now barred under the new restrictions to get in touch with their attorney in court room handling that case it's ten twenty three.
New York drops fight against T-Mobile-Sprint merger
"Awhile back New York was among several states that sued to block the merger of sprint and T. mobile in December a judge in Manhattan federal court ruled the twenty six billion dollar merger could go through and now the state's Attorney General tish James says that decision will not be appealed clearing the way for the marriage of the third and fourth largest wireless carriers in the country in a statement today James said the state will instead work to ensure consumers get the best pricing and service possible the merger between sprint and T. mobile could be finalized in
New York: Disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti found guilty in Nike extortion trial
"Michael I mean not he's been convicted of it starting at Nike Michael I'm not a black guy his lawyer for stormy Daniels Evers like maybe ill take on trump I mean he's a lawyer and he's mean and he says a lot member that guy and then right cells or had a mine is like how would you defeat trump in the primaries like that would be a mean jerk and stuff was like excellent excellent well now Michael I'm not going to jail so I always thought that Michael I'm not his candidacy would end up with somebody being frog marched out in hand because he promised is gonna be trump turns out as Michael I'm not a according to the daily beast in battle lawyer Michael I'm not he was convicted extorting Nike one of the front of his client in a bid to repay millions from the shoemaker in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday it took jurors less than two days to deliver their guilty verdict against a California litigator who shot to fame for representing porn star stormy Daniels in a civil case against president trump and who among us who among us hasn't tried to extort Nike after representing a porn star everybody's connection mark the rapid fall from grace he still faces to other pending criminal cases in New York and California in which he is charged with stealing money from several of his clients including Daniels plenty sweat three hundred thousand dollars from her book advance which means that technically she was rude about trump end Michael have an Audi since the fall of two thousand eighteen I'm not a string of criminal cases and headline grabbing arrest and selling his reputation as a liberal hero with the chops to take on trump the jury found him not guilty on all three counts extortion and wire fraud and transmission interesting communications with the intent to extort during closing arguments on Tuesdays on Tuesday prosecutors played audio recordings mod Avenue he's conversations of the Nike lawyer reasonable you didn't make sense for like you to pay his client an exorbitant sum of money in light of his role in this assistant US attorney Matthew po does he said I'm not a wonder where his eleven million dollars in debt and he saw that is me any saw a meal ticket named Gerry Franklin personal how can rack up eleven million dollars in debt as just a personal injury
Lawsuit from fan alleges MLB teams engaged in corruption in sign-stealing scandal
"In the class action suit filed in Manhattan federal court a Massachusetts man says the Astros and the red Sox signal stealing cost fans money by hurting their fantasy baseball picks the suit says MLB fail to police the teams we don't know how much money the lawsuit is
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"Accepting boats motorcycles R. V.'s and real estate donations when news time eleven forty eight fair way is denying a report in the New York Post that it's about to file for chapter seven bankruptcy and plans to close all fourteen stores including the flagship supermarket on the Upper West Side the company released a statement calling the report categorically untrue and disappointing and twenty sixteen fairway filed for chapter eleven every organization in today's statement they said soon they expect to announce what the company called a value maximizing transaction that will provide for the ongoing operation of stores they say all fourteen locations remain open for business the FDNY battled a two alarm fire in a four story apartment on Fifth Avenue in park slope this morning deputy chief Michael Galatasaray BC seven a man and a woman were removed from the building it looks like smoke inhalation heavy smoke in front of the farm in heavy seas the funny farm and they will quickly removed from the fire LogMeIn administered CPR on the street and transported to messes sadly the thirty seven year old man later died at the hospital a twenty two year old woman is in critical condition so far no word on the cause of the fire the corona virus trace to will hand China has now claimed seventeen lives with more than four hundred fifty others infected and for the first time it's detected in the U. S. a man has been quarantined at a hospital in Seattle after coming from China correspondent Kanya Whitworth with Morgan will hunt China there is this famous fish and meat market and that is really considered ground zero for this corona virus outbreak and this man says he did not even visit that market yet still somehow he contracted this disease and has made his way back to the United States with it why U. S. health officials have begun screening passengers arriving from will hand at JFK and other major US airports why democratic congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is filed a defamation lawsuit in Manhattan federal court against Hillary Clinton she claims Clinton deliberately and maliciously made false statements in an attempt to derail her twenty twenty presidential bid by alleged alleging that Gabbard is a Russian assets the complaint seeks compensatory damages and an injunction prohibiting the further publication of Clinton's statements no comment yet from Hillary Clinton president trump at the end of the Davos economic summit today was asked about injuries to US service members in Iraq here's correspondent Karen Travers president trump appeared to brush off the traumatic brain injuries sustained by U. S. service members in that strike in a rock saying he heard they had headaches and that he doesn't consider that to be quote bad injuries no I don't consider them very serious injuries relative to other injuries and I've seen I've seen water run is done with the roadside bombs to our troops I've seen people with no legs and with no arms U. S. Central Command said on Tuesday that more American military personnel from the Alice on base have been moved to a U. S. military hospital in Germany for observation beyond the eleven announced last week who were said to have traumatic brain injuries the Iranian missile attack came in direct response to a U. S. drone strike that killed top Iranian general Qasem Soleimani wins news time eleven fifty one traffic and transit here's Karen Stewart well let's give you an update as we get very close to lunch hour now on mass transit subway delays we've got those Brooklyn bound to be cues are running on.
Tulsi Gabbard files $50 million defamation suit against Hillary Clinton
"Hillary Clinton is being sued by democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard the Democrat from whole why he has filed a defamation suit in Manhattan federal court gabber claims Clinton intentionally falsely accused her of being a Russian asset to hurt her campaign in the suit Gabbard refers to Clinton as a cutthroat politician she alleges the former secretary of state's comments have costs are more than fifty million dollars in personal and professional damages Clinton's office was not immediately available to comment on the
Michael Avenatti Jailed Without Bond
"California attorney Michael Evan ID has been or were re arrested for alleged bail violations prosecutors in New York told the judge late Tuesday he was also re arrested in California where he's being held without bail because well he's a creep he's got all kinds of legal problems the New York Post a Manhattan federal court judge has indefinitely postponed the trial of Mike and I have an ID an attempt on charges he attempted to shake down like you for more than twenty million dollars because he's out in California and he is they got new charges in California claiming he violated the terms of his release while awaiting trial prosecutors revealed Wednesday that I have an ID pocketed one million dollars in legal fees while under indictment and then tried to hide the funds from debt collectors by shuffling the money through various bank accounts he's also trying to hide it from one of his ex wives who apparently wants to break off a piece of that money as well he allegedly has like ten million dollars in debt what I want to know about Michael have an ID and and people like Michael have an ID these opportunists where they see skews me where they see yeah I can become a celebrity I can inject myself into this thing and become well known throughout the country and that's what Michael have an ID so he was an opportunist is he when he brought out usually sweat Nick to accuse Brett Kavanaugh running gang rape parties back in the eighties and when he was fifteen years older gang rape parties and Julie sweat Nick only attended like half a dozen of these I don't know why who goes to a a gang rape party at where women are being drugged and raped and raped by groups of men and goes you know there's another one of those there are you know what I didn't like the gang rape part of it but the food was good the drinks were plentiful and I really like the DJ so sure I'll go back you know what are the odds it'll happen twice and you go back a half a dozen times and were expected to believe you when no other human being on the planet can corroborate this and you seem a little unstable well creepy porn lawyer was ready to believe you so he's he's got that going
"manhattan federal court" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Came here to hand deliver a petition with over a quarter of a million signatures but the doors out front were locked when they got here on Fifth Avenue in the flatiron district Kevin Rinko WCBS newsradio eight eighty its whole life plus four hundred nineteen years in prison for the white supremacist who killed the counter protesters in Charlottesville Virginia James Alex fields junior was officially sentence today the punishment is what the jury that convicted him recommended fields drove his car into a crowd of anti racism demonstrators at a unite the right rally two summers ago the trump administration is looking to change rules for asylum seekers coming to the US those rules set to go into effect tomorrow would require anyone who passes through another country first to seek asylum they're not in the US your CBS news correspondent Paul reed they argue that a lot of people in increasing numbers of the past several years come into this country seeking asylum and while many of those people most of those people pass that initial interview a credible fear interview most of those people do not actually end up getting asylum once they get to the end of the process so they say they want they want to make a shorter stack of applications they actually have to go to the new rules are expected to be challenged in the courts a federal judge here in New York has delayed a decision on bail for accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey up steam WCBS reporter Marla diamond with that story judge Richard Berman heard from two of Epstein's accusers one who said she was assaulted at age fourteen and called abstain a scary person to have walking the streets Brad Edwards represents the victims all of the attention is not attention that they want but it's attention that the case needs in order to get the right result F. scenes lawyer Martin Weinberg said his client has disciplined himself and has an abused anyone in over a decade but assistant U. S. attorney Alex Ross Miller says he has the means to escape revealing a stay found in abstains Manhattan mansion containing piles of cash dozens of diamonds and an expired passport with apps means photo registered to a fake name and an address in Saudi Arabia at Manhattan federal court Marla diamond WCBS newsradio eight eighty the bail hearing will continue on Thursday two women have died on Long Island in separate boating accidents appeal hall with that story it was a very dangerous and deadly weekend on the water here on Long Island two women were killed in accidents one in a drifting both the other an eighteen year old was on a jet ski there was also a capsized boat where the operator was arrested for being intoxicated a Suffolk County executive Steve Bellona doesn't matter.
"manhattan federal court" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Three manhattan. Federal court jury renders a split decision in the NYPD corruption case involving a former deputy inspector businessman had fundraiser for the mayor WCBS reporter Peter Haskell has details. The case was about to wealthy businessmen buying favors from a high ranking cops Jeremy Wright Burke was found guilty in part based on the testimony of his fringe on a wreck Knicks, but former deputy inspector James Grant was clear right Bergen wreck needs gifts for grant and others, including a trip debates and a private jet with a prostitute the businessmen raise money for the mayor who says he didn't follow the case. I tuned out. Honestly because it had nothing to do with me although deposit he has named came up at a trial. He was never charged. Knits had already pleaded guilty. With the mayor in Harlem, Peter has skull WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty a stabbing at host does Lincoln academy of science in. The Bronx leaves a fourteen year old boy in serious, but stable condition investigator say thirteen year old girl knifed her classmate in the shoulder around one thirty this afternoon. Charges are pending with the girl taken into custody so far now details have surfaced regarding what prompted the antidote. Brooklyn, boys. Life is cut short with a possible. Allergic. Reactions suspected as the cause police say eleven year old Cameron Pierre lost consciousness inside his home and ARCE around seven thirty last evening, wireless family was cooking fish. He was allergic to fish family members tried to revive him. But for EMS arrived Cameron was transported to brookdale University Medical Center, but could not be saved the city medical examiner will determine the cause of death along eyelid woman arrested in connection with a purse stolen during Christmas Eve mass WCBS reporter, Sophia hall spoke with a priest to notice the woman and her companion that evening, if she would've asked for help the church would have done anything. They could those words from the Reverend Peter caz Merrick after forty five ruled terror Costello was arrested charged with stealing a purse during Christmas Eve mass here at Saint Francis of Assisi Catholic church in green lawn. Sure, if they come to us, we would've. Done something we could not solve all their problems on the human level. But we would have offered them really some help for immediate things like food or or vouchers even clothing or furniture that type of thing Costello was also accused of stealing purses and wallets from a steakhouse a weight loss center and a pub authorities say she committed those crimes with the help of her boyfriend Michael quo. The victim told me she went up for communion. And that's when Costello committed the crime. She says she never got back or credit cards or her driver's license. Sophia hall WCBS News Radio eighty a driver from Maryland charged in a fatal high-speed crash on an west Westside last Saturday morning was arraigned by video monitor from Bellevue hospital. The New York Post reports Sherman Harrison was handcuffed to a wheelchair. Prosecutors say the thirty seven year old was doing one hundred miles an hour when he triggered a six car crash in Tribeca slamming into a Honda CR V near. You're late street causing it to flip over at burst into flames killing the driver Fifty-seven-year-old. Amy Philipson was a FedEx customer service rep. And Harrison is being held without bail on charges of manslaughter negligent homicide, leaving the scene of an accident. It is nine oh seven on WCBS. New Jersey Senator has some asking if he's making a.
"manhattan federal court" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins at Manhattan federal court Cohen's lawyer said after the sentencing that wants the Muller thing is complete he'll work with co into expose all that. He does about President Trump went from a man Cohen would take a bullet for to a guy who now appears to be his number one target for revenge. Trumping Cohen, probably aren't speaking. Anymore who and will report again to the federal pin in March or the first of a series of city council hearings on the Amazon headquarters headed to queens went pretty much the way you might expect today with chance of Amazon has got to go breaking out in the council chambers. Even before the hearing started council speaker Cory Johnson did his best to keep things. Calm then was quick to hit Amazon official with some criticism of his own specifically how long it took them to finally show up for a hearing. You're proud of the deal if you're proud of coming to New York City, you should have said I want to come and talk about the deal. I want to come and answer every question imaginable that this body has or that the public has this should not be a two step Tango. To get you to come here is by the hostility, Amazon VP. Bryan Hughes been said his company is committed to doing right by their soon to be new home. You're still in the very early stages of this process. Intend to be an active participant in the issues facing the community and make community investments that benefit. New York City residents supporters of an Amazon headquarters in Long Island city say it'll bring thousands of jobs to the area. Opponents say it will lead to more crowded schools impact subways, many are dead set against all the tax breaks. Amazon will be getting the search suspects continues now on the death of a teenager who was pushed into oncoming traffic. The other night up in the Bronx now with the latest on the ten ten wins ring central Newsline, the police in the five to precinct could use your help in finding the people responsible for the death of seventeen year old angel race good chief of detectives German Shay says as the victim was pushed into traffic on Bainbridge avenue. He was arguing with at least two people on the sidewalk, and they are believed to have been gang members trinitaria gang members, some of the same set that was mentioned in the earlier Guzman case, let the dispute was about is unknown. Chief shea also says the victim himself is believed to have been a gang member in the past though, not now he says the victim may have been involved in an earlier dispute with the same group, but it had not. Been reported to the police. Carol d'auria ten.
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"Thirty nine degrees at one o'clock in the morning. I'm sue Guzman. The Monmouth county man charged with shooting his brother and killing his sister-in-law niece and nephew before setting their house on fire is appearing in court today. People living in the county can't understand why anyone would commit such a terrible act. It's horrific. I can't believe anybody could do that. When it comes down to money and killing your family. There's something seriously seriously wrong with that person county prosecutor announced yesterday that Paul canary was charged with four counts of first degree murder as well as arson and weapons charges in connection with the November. Twentieth incident narrow allegedly said his brothers colts neck home on fire to cover up the murder of his brother, Keith sister-in-law, niece and nephew. And he's also charge a setting fire who has own ocean township home is a Roose President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen said he lied to congress about a real estate deal involving Moscow and a case tied to the Russia probe Cohen didn't speak to reporters when leaving Manhattan federal court, Colin how are you? His attorney did mention sentencing will be mid next month. Number twelve Coen's claiming that what he previously told congress was false, and that talks over a real estate deal continued into two thousand seventeen the president's spoke outside the White House and says he had no part in those negotiations that was a project that we didn't do I didn't do Coen's attorney explaining that. He's continuing to cooperate reports are that he sat for days worth of interviews with special counsel Robert Muller's team in lower Manhattan, James flippin for seven ten W O R, President Trump has a lot on his agenda when the G twenty summit begins today in Argentina. But a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin is not one of them. The president tweeted yesterday, he will not be with Putin because of Russ Russia's recent aggression, toward Ukraine Trump does plan to meet with the Chinese leader investors around the world are hoping a trade compromise will be reached two weeks after several inches of snow. Brought the city to a standstill the department of sanitation and other city agencies are now discussing the poor response council speak. Cory Johnson, ask Commissioner, Catherine Garcia. What mistakes were made? We knew that. We were having challenges in the late afternoon.
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"By progressive. Insurance I'm Pam Coulter President Trump had no comment tonight on the tax evasion and campaign finance conviction, of his former attorney, Michael Cohen in Manhattan federal. Court for a plea. Deal Cohen said Mr. Trump had directed him to buy the silence of two women in order to influence the 2016, election CBS's Leonard Steinhorn Cohen's case if they wanted. To strike a deal they wanted to do it now before the twentieth eighteen, midterm elections heat up they didn't want this to get in the mix. Of the conversation then so this is part of the timing visit. To West Virginia tonight the president again said there was no collusion with Russia and warned about a democratic win November worst. Nightmare for West Virginia this November then Chuck Schumer running the Senate and Nancy Pelosi with Maxine Waters. Running out earlier Mr. Trump again said his former campaign chair Paul Manafort was. A good person after Manafort was convicted on eight out of eighteen financial fraud charges CBS's Paula Reed So you're going to see perhaps the president and his allies looking at this as sort of. A mixed as a mixed outcome here that suggests the special counsel case was not that strap Facebook, and Twitter of closed hundreds of accounts that they say we're spreading misinformation ahead of, the midterm elections CBS's Steve. Futterman has more Facebook says six hundred, fifty two, pages groups in the counts have been removed. Both from its site and Instagram which is owned by Facebook the company. Says those removed displayed coordinated inauthentic behaviour attempting to mislead. Users about who they are some of those removed have links to Iran others have links, to sources the. US government has identified as Russian military intelligence. Services the treasury department, imposed more sanctions on Russian entities for cyber hacking and violating UN resolutions assistant Treasury Secretary Marshall Bill Lindsay spoke to a. Senate panel Russian aggression is ongoing but the treasury department has demonstrated to Putin and his inner circle. That they're behave Will not, be tolerated and they will incur significant costs of private plane carrying rapper post Malone, made an emergency landing after. Two of the, planes tires blew, out, on takeoff, from a New Jersey airport CBS's Kris van. Cleave firetrucks and ambulances were waiting on scene as they were certainly concerned. About how this would go it is not an easy. Landing trying to land with two flat tires but it is not unheard of and clearly, these pilots were. Managed to do it without an issue Malone. Tweeted thanks to his, fans for.
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"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx, relief I'm Pam Coulter two men with close ties to President Trump are now convicted felons Mr. Trump's former lawyer and fixer who once said he'd take a bullet for the president now says they work together to silence, to women during the campaign CBS Weijia Jiang has more on Michael Cohen's plea deal Cohen left Manhattan federal court after pleading guilty to eight. Felony charges and admitting he and then candidate Trump work to cover up his alleged affairs during the, sixteen campaign at times emotional Cohen told the judge that in violation of campaign finance laws he paid to women hush money in coordination and at. The direction of a candidate for federal office for the. Principal purpose of influencing the. Election he also admitted to Bank fraud and tax evasion President Trump's trying to. Distance Since himself from his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Who was convicted of eight financial fraud charges in suburban Virginia federal court during a stop in West Virginia tonight Mr. Trump said this had. Nothing to do. With Russian collusion CBS news legal analyst stain Rosenbaum even though this. Was only a partial verdict at a mistrial on ten of the eighteen counts it was still ultimately a victory for special counsel Robert Muller if there had been a complete acquittal on all of the charges public sentiment, might have shifted against the investigation into Russia's interference in the two thousand sixteen election another early supporter of the president is in legal trouble. California congressman Duncan Hunter and his wife and been indicted on federal charges that they used more than, a quarter million dollars in campaign funds for personal expenses including groceries and Gulf trips prosecutors say they lied about it in federal filings twenty four. Year old Christian Rivera is facing first degree murder charges in the death of An Iowa college student who disappeared while. Jogging last month I was, special agent Rick Ron body was discovered early.
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"Cause long ago and he shouldn't. Be within a mile of classified information because he's. A national security risk he doesn't know how to keep his mouth. Shut I don't know how you can be in the chain of information if you're, saying, the commander in chief should be put to death for treason said yeah John Brennan's way. Out, there absurdly out there and needs to have no connection government ever again Roasted Julio. Love You never know. What's gonna happen I mean these Language Crazy tweets is basically like the typical, dad the White. House can you face? Swabs Jackson moon bounce where it's We had erupt this hysteria about the Paul Manafort guilty verdict on eight counts mistrial on ten, others and the guilty plea in Manhattan. Federal court by Michael Cohen to bring you other news of the day Bali Tebbit's the missing, Iowa college student. They have found her? Body out in a rural Area in Iowa and they are holding a suspect and there was. A federal immigration detainers on the suspect that's a story, you won't be seeing on the news network newscasts. Tonight here's another story you won't be seeing on the network newscasts tonight remember the one brothers most of the Pakistanis who were all put on the democrat house of representatives payroll in DC they were making, hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. And apparently they were hacking in to the Democrats Computer systems and Email accounts on Capitol Hill Imron a one he was the head of. The of the outfit of the criminal crew he, got no jail, time today for his crimes no jail time Unlike Michael. Cohen He he got the no jail time after his defense attorneys complained about disparaging comments made about. The defendant so in, other words I guess if if the president makes a disparaging comment about your, being guilty even if you, are guilty if you're a member of, protected class in, this case being, a Muslim you can avoid. Prison time so those are you to. Updates Bali Tibet's allegedly killed by an illegal alien and Pakistani, fraudster working for, Debbie Wasserman Schultz avoid jail. Time by citing what amounts to Islamaphobia. All right time now for the chump line.
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"To to upper sixties for lows tonight and then another partly cloudy day tomorrow and again a high near eighty three it's three oh three here at wcbs after nyc transit president antibi met with mayor de blasio this week governor cuomo reacted today saying the city needs to pay up to fix the subways back rosenberg has more governor cuomo has a question about the subways who is going to pay and that's been the question for the past eighty years and he says he has an answer new york city is legally obligated to pay the capital expense for the new york city transit authority by law by law why because they own it but the governor says the city doesn't wanna pay so he's willing to meet halfway and then use congestion pricing over the long term to improve subways mayor de blasio met with transit president andy byford this week for the first time since byford was appointed six months ago and he's still says the millionaire's tax is the way to fund the subways i believe it's more popular solution i believe it's more politically saleable solution in albany he says until byford has support from albany this is all a charade with the governor in the bronx mac rosenberg wcbs newsradio eight eighty the nypd has arrested the alleged drunk driver who caused this morning's deadly wrong way crash on the bell parkway near the verrazano marla diamond has the latest fifty year old ala shy pack of brooklyn was arrested in his hospital bed at my monitors medical center this morning it was shortly before two o'clock in the morning that police say shop heck drove his volkswagen suv the wrong way and the westbound lanes of the belt parkway at exit four striking honda accord head on that twenty year old driver of the honda at a twenty nine year old female frontseat passenger survived but the backseat passenger twentysevenyearold gerald oba of manhattan did not shy pack has been charged with the manslaughter vehicular assault and driving while intoxicated marla diamond wcbs newsradio eight eighty the jury is deliberating the corruption case against former new york senate president dean scelo and his son adam peter haskell has more from manhattan federal court the father and son were captured on wiretaps being caging and using vague terms he referred to quote that guy in the other thing at another point dean said we're in dangerous times adam the prosecutor as to jury wine then he answered his own question quote because this is a crime adams skeleton with paid three hundred thousand dollars for no were low show jobs all were arranged by his dad and all involved companies with legislative business in the state the defense claims the jobs were simply favorites from old friends now the jury will decide at federal court in manhattan peter haskell w cd newsradio eight eighty alexandria cossio cortez who upset queens congressman joe crowley in last month's democratic primary is blasting him for not supporting her candidacy as he had promised crowley is still on the working families party line the party state director tells the daily news he asked crowley to give that line to a cossio cortez but he was rebuffed in a tweet crowley said by law the only way a candidate can get off a ballot line is to move out of new york be convicted of a crime accepted dominated for another office or die he insists he is not running.
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"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs good afternoon i'm steve scott three things to know at four fifteen one china is promising to retaliate as the us threatens two hundred billion dollars a new tariffs on chinese goods to president trump's suggests nato leaders increase their defense spending he also attended a dinner for nato leaders after tweeting what good is nato and three the defense is presenting closing arguments today in the corruption retrial of former new york state senate majority leader dean skeleton assan atom wcbs reporter peter haskell us at manhattan federal court nothing about his case is remotely corrupt or criminal that's what the attorney for dean skeletal told the jury he acknowledged dean has higher is son but he insisted that is not a crying he chipped away at the credibility of the government's key witness him called them liars the former senate leader is accused of arranging no show jobs for adam to the tune of three hundred thousand dollars the government contends he was treating his political clout adams lawyer admitted his client made quote a cushy amount of money but insisted he did do some work at federal court in manhattan peter haskell w cds newsradio he'd eighty if you are heading to the beach a warning is up about rough surf it has to do with a hurricane that really won't cause any other problems around here as we hear from sean adams who says one person's already died at the jersey shore the invisible hand of hurricane chris far out in the atlantic is stirring up the surf along our shores rip currents about the forty two year old man drowned here in ocean grove after hours late monday night as berry park beach safety supervisor joe bond giovanni says lifeguards have had their hands full saturday.
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"Outside manhattan federal court has withdrawn his request now the the former role in the legal negotiations over the coen file after judge kimba wood told him if he were granted the outspoken attorney would have to end his quote publicity tour in the words of the judge wins news time to twenty four rudy giuliani says he has cancelled his client donald trump against firing attorney general jeff sessions who continues to at the end of presidential attack tweets president donald trump lashed out at attorney general jeff sessions again wednesday suggesting on twitter that he wishes he had never offered the job to sessions trump remains angry over sessions decision to recuse himself from the russia probe now led by special counsel robert muller but rudy giuliani who's on the trump legal team tells the ap he has counseled trump against firing sessions speaking to reporters outside the white house giuliani was asked if trump will fire muller firemen don't trophies giuliani called for muller to wrap up his investigation by september first mike rossier washington mayor de blasio pleading with state lawmakers to renew permission for the city to maintain speed cameras the mayor stood at the same intersection in park slope were driver killed two young children and unborn child back in march the whole idea is to save children's save senior save new yorkers mayor asking not only for the speed cameras to remain in place but to be expanded to an additional one hundred and fifty school zones at lenore burner principle of nearby ms fiftyone talked about all the school children killed by speeding drivers let's prevent the next tragedy by taking action now but critics say these cameras are nothing more than a speed trap to enable the city to raise revenue roger stern ten ten wins in park slope wins news time to twentyfive at walgreens because spring is in the air and so are my allergies fortunately walgreens is right around the.
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"The ought to do is throwing a hillary clinton in that lawsuit because she's the one who election be multimillion dollar lawsuit filed in manhattan federal court says that in the trump campaign russia found a willing and active partner in this effort to mount a brazen attack on american democracy we're not a democracy but i'll go which included russian infiltration of the democratic party computer network you know what's going to be instincts find out that that was an internal leak to the better had another new the russians either can i tell you the unintended consequences of this lawsuit because i don't think there's anything the dnc's ever thought of this is going to be the unintended consequence of this lawsuit are you ready to cord okay and remember your heard it here first julian assange has long maintained that he did not get his information that he leaked from wikileaks about the emails from the dnc he did not get them from russia he won't say where he got them but if he's sued and he's in court he's gonna tell you where he got him and if he tells you he got him from seth rich inside the dnc this whole russia thing blows the smithereens so i don't know if they realize what they're doing poke into this dude because if they're gonna sue him he's going to be forced to defend themselves they are accusing him in a multimillion dollar lawsuit of colluding with russia all he's gotta do is demonstrate where he got the emails from and it wasn't russia and the lawsuit not only the lawsuit goes away but this whole russian collusion and the russians hacking and all the other stuff completely falls apart to i don't think they thought that far in advance it's probably why they lost the election.
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"From npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly former fbi director james comey says he thinks it's possible russian officials have compromising information on president trump as npr's scott neuman reports komi also says he believes the president is morally unfit for office in an interview ahead of the release of commes new book the former fbi director tells abc that the oval office meeting where president trump asked call me to drop an investigation into former national security adviser michael flynn is quote some evidence of obstruction of justice commes interview with abc news aired last night president trump fired komi last may prompting the appointment of special counsel robert muller to investigate russian interference in the two thousand sixteen presidential race on social media yesterday the president described komi as the worst fbi director in history they're still assessing the damage in greensboro north carolina after a suspected tornado moved through yesterday dwayne church is the assistant fire chief there we do have a multiple houses that have been damaged we have apartment buildings that have had the roofs torn off of those and we have extensive damage to an elementary school wants a tally is reported in greensboro storm damage is also reported near columbia south carolina the storm system dumped one to two feet of snow on the upper midwest i'm dave mattingly in washington and i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york president trump is asking that evidence seized from his personal lawyer not be released to prosecutors until he reviews it for items that could be subject to attorney client privilege the request was filed in manhattan federal court last night federal officials rated trump lawyer michael collins residences offices and safety deposit boxes last week taking records and electronic devices including two cell phones cohen is ordered to appear in manhattan in federal court today for arguments over the raid prosecutors say they are investigating coen's personal business activities but having said what law they think he's broken yet a physics teacher and political dissident facing death in egypt is being held at an immigration detention center in newark new.
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"Update on michael cohen and then we're gonna talk about james call me cohen of course his trump's personal attorney they were in the manhattan federal court this morning to hear about the the recent government seizure of records and documents and he is going to be charged criminally we're not quite sure with what yet or at least i'm not this has been a a bare mention on every other news network except for cnn who's been on it for every flaming minute since it was announced an hour and ten minutes ago of course they are but they are expected and they did they being michael and his attorney to complain to the federal judge hearing this do you remember this name judge kimba wood she hasn't been in case you've forgotten but they're screaming about the scope of the documents at the fbi took from home office hotel room and this all of these documents many are screaming even alan dershowitz the so called liberal attorney lawyer media personality from from harvard this is all attorney client privilege period they've had no right to these documents anyway cohen's lawyer is stephen ryan he's a biggie and he's calling this whole thing completely inappropriate and unnecessary this is something that obviously has evolved from this whole trump russian special prosecutor d witchhunt now they're saying that he's going to be charged with a crime over personal business dealings personal business dealings what the hell has that got to do with a special prosecutor and still all the documents that they allegedly have taken have to deal with his goings on with with his boss donald trump who he has represented in many different areas thus really damning the attorney client privilege in this particular case so this is gonna be a big one to watch for a number of reasons there could even be a huge constitutional issue here excuse me take a sip that could wind up before the supreme court.
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"The manhattan federal court claims the band clients who use the credit cards to buy cryptocurrency such as bitcoin the firm is accused of tweeting crypto currency buys as cash advances rather than purchasing antenna has again blamed the driver of last month's deadly crash in california the company says it happened on a clear day with several hundred feet of disability had for the car and that was not paying attention to the road despite the car providing multiple warnings says that the drivers are reminded that requires them to keep the hands on the wheel those are you made headlines this morning in business flash let's talk about the latest fad minutes because they show slightly more hawkish fomc leaning towards at faster pace off tightening seven members noted a stronger economy saying that the the appropriate path over the next few years would likely be slightly steeper than previously expected me malachy measure of us inflation accelerated to the highest level in more than a year that's the core consumer prices it came in at two point one percent from the year ago and it reinforced the view that the fed policy makers who believed that inflation was being held down by temporary factors such as a weakness in mobile phone costs lynn limb is our cio this morning so edward we've put together probability chart in the gdp library the probability of june hike and it's ramping up that eighty percent bam zero zero of the people on the fomc believe there is a dine side risk zero of them think the downside risks outweigh the upside risks it's over it was temporary we are in a new paradigm of inflation agree or disagree completely agree coven capital our house view when we start year has always been inflation is the biggest risk to marcus right now and the reason why we are lot more hawkish intensive of inflation stems from two things the foot salvage output get has strong tremendously across the wall if you look at it from the perspective of nehru unemployment rate of many economies are very positive nehru even including the us the second element of abu is capital utilization if you look at germany for example capacity utilization is really past two thousand seven level so we have a lot of constraints over the labor market so as capital equipment the second thing to know is that because so we are also overweight or commodities commodity prices are expected to trend higher in sync with what.
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"An x new york city high school teacher was charged in a federal complaint thursday for allegedly using students to assist in making a bomb a christian toro twenty seven at 27 york's admit 27yearold bronx resident appeared in manhattan federal court for the alleged offenses which included unlawfully making an explosive authorities claim the complaint the toro hired at least two students in october of 2017 until january of 2018 to dismantle fireworks two octane explosive powder at fifty bucks an hour the former teach were reportedly store the powder in containers his twin brother also in the bronx have been arrested in the case a case grew out of a bomb threat called into a charter school in harlem by students on december fourth the attorney's office for the southern district of new york said citing the aid the complaint an investigation ensued and on january tenth christian toro abruptly resigned from the school two days later uh his brother returned urged to meet a tie were uh tyler toro returned his brother's school issued laptop were a technician discovered bombmaking instructions christian toro told officials he'd come across the bombmaking document while researching the 2013 boston marathon bombing and looked at it but never meant to download it the complaint said that uh he he he said he had never built a bomb law enforcement paint a search warrant and rate of the tyrrell's bronx apartment on thursday and found over thirty pounds of the chemicals which taken together in certain combinations constituted explosive precursor materials a hanwritten diary would tyler tyrrell's name on it was recovered officials said it included notations abundant operation flashed the diary according to the complaint stated among other things christian are arrested in if you if you're registered as a sex offender things will be difficult wow uh we are the twin toro's we are twin charles strike us now we will return with nanno third might and i am here one hundred percent living by weapons whatever we need the diary right according to the complaint the.