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US and Mexican Leaders Met To Discuss Root Causes of Central Migration

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00:50 sec | 3 weeks ago

US and Mexican Leaders Met To Discuss Root Causes of Central Migration

"Mexican and senior U. S. Leaders discussed how to address root causes of Central American migration during meetings aimed at stemming increased illegal border crossings into the United States. A lot of young people coming over the border the Biden administration sent on voice, including border coordinator Roberta Jacobson to Mexico to discuss the jump in arrivals. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez with the U. S Customs and Border Protection, released new videos of unaccompanied minors and some adults being held at two temporary processing facilities in Texas. More than 16,000 Migrant Children are currently in U. S custody. 5000 of those in the hands of the Border Patrol who are encountering about 530 unaccompanied minors every day. More than seven in 10 encounters of the border in February resulted in expulsions under pandemic related powers, known as Title

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01:46 min | Last month

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"Have been killed in that shooting. Republicans blame the Biden administration for the influx of migrants that scene it overflow of unaccompanied Children at the border. The White House says the border is closed, tells migrants not to try to cross it. CBS is Manuel Bohorquez says if they do, the Biden administration says it will continue to deport most families and adults who crossed the border. Mexico says it will reinforce its southern border. Were central and South American migrants are coming through. Miami Beach is declared a state of emergency because of overcrowded streets. But Mayor Dan Gilbert says this is Maura about. This is about more than the pandemics, not just about not wearing masks and physical distancing. It's also some of the folks that are coming are coming with bad intentions, Voters. Involves and even gunplay. There's an 88 curfew and causeways leading to Miami Beach or shut down during overnight hours. There's a new push for Washington, D C to become a state in a congressional hearing. The district's nonvoting delegate, Democrat Eleanor Holmes, Norton, said. Statehood for Washington D. C. And it's more than 700,000 residents is overdue. Congress can no longer allow D. C residents to be sidelined. The Democratic progress. Republicans call it a democratic power grab. It would also give the new state of voting representative in the House. Though the bill could pass the House. It's not expected to clear a divided Senate. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington Fed chair Jerome Powell's expect to tell lawmakers tomorrow the U. S has avoided the worst possible economic fall out from the pandemic. CBS is Sarah. He will wife. How will testify that the recovery has progressed more quickly than generally expected, But he will also note.

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01:42 min | 3 months ago

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"Equation and I think what we're looking at is a relentless strike from this virus heading into the spring. Report from CBS is Manuel Bohorquez 12 minutes past eight o'clock to the car was seven. Pinpoint forecast. We go and Nick Allard we have a sunny week, which will have a frosty conclusion. Apparently, indeed, it will. Yeah, right now. It's a little frosty for a few places with some fog in the South sound in cold weather, but we'll clear it out for some sunshine this afternoon. Be a beautiful day in the upper forties. Pretty normal seasonal temperatures tomorrow. Same idea. Do you think? Tomorrow night you could see a few Sprinkles. That's about it, though. And then Wednesday, some increasing sun breaks but looking mainly dry outside of a little morning drizzle Thursday. I think we get a few passing showers and there your snow level probably hits 1,502,000 Ft. So it's getting lower Friday. Saturday. You have gusty North wind with some sunshine both days beautiful and then I've seen some computer models as early as Saturday night. I've seen him his latest Sunday night, pushing in some moisture at some point, probably on Sunday. With some cooler air in place. You may find some areas where You know Snow could be in the mix or rain and some wet snow or a combination of the two. It's a little too early to go beyond that. But that's what Davis talking about daytime highs would still be in the low forties. Overnight lows would be around freezing, so it does look like will end. The weak and maybe even start next week with the chance for some snow, all right. I'm ready. General has already been tried out. Nice. So can I have it? Because we don't have one You could you could stop by. I just go to sell itself and take all those batteries. It is a 13 real time traffic brought to you by the Mariners baseball bash. Here's Chris. All in all, we're in a very good spots. As you would imagine. On this MLK holiday. We're looking at virtually no slowdowns.

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01:42 min | 3 months ago

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"South Florida. Clothes were filled to capacity. Please do not stop now. We first came You couldn't get in and well after we came back when he came back again to state websites crashing and phone lines overloaded in Mississippi, this is just one big mass for all of us. Older people. Nashville Mayor John Cooper stating the obvious as most of you have heard, Vaccine distribution is taking longer than expected across the country. States in the deep South have dismal inoculation rates less than 2% of their populations. In some cases, unfortunately, money talks, CBS Is Manuel Bohorquez from Miami State and federal investigation is underway after Morse Life health system in West Palm Beach, Florida was accused of giving vaccines to its rich donors who do not live at its assisted living facility. It was reportedly organized by two New York real estate moguls on the board of directors. President elect Biden has unveiled a massive covert relief planet totals $1.9 trillion, We will finish the job of getting a total of $2000. Cash relief to people who needed the most. $600 already appropriate is simply not enough. He's chosen former FDA commissioner Dr David Kessler to be the top science official at Operation Warp Speed Police from around the country are joining more than 20,000 National Guard troops in Washington, D. C. Ahead of next week's inauguration. State capitals are stepping up patrols as well. Tallahassee, Florida Mayor John Daly Of course, we support everybody's First Amendment right to protest in together peacefully. But when you start talking about the destruction of buildings now, these are busy times at 1600, Pennsylvania.

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02:02 min | 3 months ago

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"I'm Jennifer Keiper. In Chicago. President Trump opens his remarks at a rally in Dalton, Georgia, by alleging that he won the state during last November's presidential election in Georgia. By the way, there's no way we lost George of this rig that was a rigged election with Sylphide again. President elect Biden won Georgia and it's 16 electoral votes. President Trump was in the Peach State to turn out the vote for the GOP candidates ahead of the Twins. Senate runoff election starting just hours from now. WSB reporter Michelle Rights as the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and Federal officials are looking into threats made against polling sites. Cherokee County Sheriff's Office says they'll be stepping up patrols around the county's 40 polling places after several employees received an email threatening violence, according to the department. The threats have also been made in other counties around the state. It's unclear who the email came from, and that's part of an investigation. That's ongoing. A statement from the G B I says quote. Our agency is working with federal, state and local partners to investigate the threats. Goal is to ensure a safe election and that all voters have access to polling locations. The election will determine control of the U. S. Senate fall out after President Trump asks Georgia's top election official to find him or votes to CBS is we, Zhang says. They're now calls for federal and state investigation. NBS News has learned that President Trump called Georgia Secretary of State 18 times since election day before finally getting through on Saturday. The White House is not commenting on the growing calls to investigate whether the president's demands on that call were illegal. With US vaccination numbers far behind schedule. The FDA is considering cutting doses of one covert vaccine and half to double its supply and speed up distribution. CBS is Manuel Bohorquez, New York's governor is threatening to find hospitals upto $100,000 for not using up their supply of vaccine. Within one week here in Florida, the governor said he's looking to turn some covert test sites.

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01:30 min | 4 months ago

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"Morning. I'm Kyle Cooper. Look, Luker, it is our producer this morning. Coming up. President. Trump has signed the pandemic relief bill that also avoids a government shutdown, health officials say if you traveled for Christmas, assume that you've been exposed to the coronavirus. An army sergeant charged with killing three people at a bowling alley in Illinois in Washington. It's 6 31 President Trump has signed the covert 19 relief bill days after calling it a disgrace. CBS News correspondent Tom Hansen President Trump has signed the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill, extending government aid to millions of Americans. Across the country. The move comes after an estimated 12 million Americans exhausted their unemployment benefits at midnight on Saturday. Earlier this week, lawmakers on Capitol Hill agreed on a new coronavirus relief package, which included extended unemployment benefits and $600 stimulus checks for most Americans. Over the course of the week. Mr Trump pushed for larger stimulus checks for $2000 in the deal, but House Republicans blocked the proposed increase. The president is still calling for those $2000 relief checks a proposal the House plans to bring to the floor sometime today, as covert 19 vaccines get distributed throughout the US Some areas are still waiting. Often rural areas don't have all the necessary facilities to store the doses. CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez Its distribution delays could have deadly consequences..

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01:31 min | 4 months ago

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"15% of US covert deaths have occurred in rural areas. Health officials in Georgia, Michigan and Texas are already sounding the alarm about getting vaccines outside of big cities. In the history of epidemics, rural communities, the epidemic tends to linger longer in the urban areas. Dr. James Martin is medical director at Ford Health Care Hospital and that CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez. Dr Anthony Fauci told CNN on Sunday he will leave the general population. We'll be able to get vaccinated by early April after testing positive for covert 19 fame golfer Greg Norman is back in a hospital in Florida and a Russian fishing trawler has sunk in the Northern Barons. C 17 people feared dead. 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 p app. It's 203 Monday, December 28 2020 34 degrees going up to 49. Good morning. I'm Stephanie Gaines Bryant. The top local stories we're following this hour. There are now more than $900 million in Maryland's rainy day fund. Some say it's time for the governors to release it, saying it certainly seems like a storm rotating deals..

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01:51 min | 6 months ago

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"Between Strong voters or no borders between supporting the police or defunding the police between delivering a vaccine in record time to kill the virus, or a Biden shutdown to kill the economy. Nevada hasn't swung for Republican presidential contender since 2004. Former vice president Joe Biden, Meantime, attended mass in Delaware yesterday before flying to campaign stops in North Carolina in Durham. He criticized President Trump, saying he's done little to stop the spread of the virus. Thank you get E worse continues the light. It was about the circumstances, experts say. We're like losing many as 200,000 additional lives nationwide between now and the end of the year because his president cares more about his Park Avenue perspective on the world. The stock market than he does about you. A Democrat hasn't won North Carolina in a presidential race since President Obama in 2008. Meantime, vice presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris is back on the campaign trail today, heading to Florida after canceling recent campaign travel after two staffers tested positive for covert 19 Senator Harris hasn't had not been in close contact with either of those staffers in the days before they tested positive, but she postponed travel out of caution. Meantime, early voting is underway in Florida today, where an estimated 28 million Americans have already cast their ballots. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez says there has been a lot of enthusiasm for early voting nationwide. That's led to excessively long lines from North Carolina to Louisiana to Texas, which has nearly two million more registered voters than it did in 2016. But as with past elections, it's Florida getting a lot of attention. The president has been at least 13.

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02:02 min | 6 months ago

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"This is CBS News on the hour sponsored by Rocket Mortgage. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Americans are lining up to cast ballots ahead of the November election. Early voting begins in six more states today, including Florida correspondent Manuel Bohorquez is in Miami. Nearly 2.5 million people have already cast our votes by mail in the state. That's already come close to surpassing the number from the entire 2016 election. But it's not just Florida. Turnout is shattering records across the country. According to some estimates, voters have so far cast more than six times the amount of ballots compared to the same time period four years ago. The Corona virus a top concern for many voters, health experts like dust, Dr Russell Vinick at the University of Utah Hospital, monitoring a surgeon cases jamming up icy use. We cannot manage. Long surge and with the weather getting worse with Halloween Thanksgiving coming on, people are more likely have indoor social gatherings. We absolutely have to have the public change their practice and makes him sacrifice Global Corona virus cases topped 40 million. Today. There's a sign Air travels coming back yesterday that says it screened more than one million passengers for the first time since mid March. Number's still about 60% lower than it was this time last year. This Justin the Supreme Court's agreed to review Trump Administration immigration policies. Correspondent Steve Dorsey is in Washington. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case about a Trump administration policy to require asylum seekers to stay in Mexico while awaiting US court hearings. Though it won't happen until next year. The court has also granted a request by the White House appealing or rolling. It overstepped executive powers by paying for southern border wall construction with military funds. It took 13 hours. But police in Chicago finally coaxed a dangler down from the side of the city's trump Tower Commander Patty Casey. What could have been a tragedy.

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01:34 min | 7 months ago

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"Joe Biden said it with that then decision was hysterical. And xenophobic. But I can tell you having led the White House Corona Virus task force since late February. That action saved untold American lives, and it bought us invaluable time to stand up the greatest national mobilization since World War two. Now the president's son, Donald Trump Jr. Expected to be in New Hampshire later on this week, and Dr Jill Biden for the Democrats is expected to be in Maine at the end of the week on Friday. Speaking of Maine at 7 18. There will be ranked choice voting there for president this November the first time by the way that ranked choice voting has been used for a presidential election in the United States. Maine Supreme Court today ruling the Republican Party there did not get enough signatures needed for a referendum to reverse a state law expanding rank choice to the presidential elections. Now, if it had been on the ballot and had passed, it would have prevented the state from using rank choice to determine the winner of this year's elections. Main already uses ranked choice voting for all other statewide elections, like governor and members of Congress. Speaking of voting, the latest CBS News Battleground tracker polls showing the presidential race is tightening and a key battleground state Florida Democratic candidate Joe Biden leading the president by two points 48 to 46 among likely voters. Now keep in mind that is within the margin of error, and it's down from six points from the last poll in July, your CBS's Manuel Bohorquez with more in Florida, the president's signature style is among the factors costing him support. Sad to see how divided we've become. He didn't unify the nation. You know, he should've.

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Hurricane Sally Strengthens To Category 2 as It Moves Toward the Us Gulf Coast

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01:16 min | 7 months ago

Hurricane Sally Strengthens To Category 2 as It Moves Toward the Us Gulf Coast

"It's just in the first death is reported from now. Tropical storms. Sally Mayor Tony Canon of Orange Beach, Alabama, says one person has died. Another person is missing as a result of what was a Category two Hurricane Florida's governor is warning people in the states hard hit Panhandle to stay vigilant even though Sally has already begun heading inland as a weakening tropical storm governor Rhonda Santa says Sally is dumping heavy rain as the tricks over the Southeast, he says the drenching rains are expected to cause massive flooding of several Florida Panhandle. Ever's in the coming days. River's already have begun rising at least eight waterways in southern Alabama and the Florida Panhandle are expected to hit major flood stage by tomorrow. Forecasters say some of the crest could break records, CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez in Mobile this storm, It's not just the wind. It is also the storm surge. That is a huge concern expected to be up to 7 ft and parts of coastal Alabama. The effects of the storm started last night in places like or Beach also engulf shores, where there are roads that are submerged and people reportedly flooded in areas around Pensacola, Florida got more than 2 Ft of rain. More flooding is expected in Georgia and the Carolinas late tonight and into tomorrow, southwestern Virginia as

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01:31 min | 7 months ago

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"Online at D C bot dot or GE. That's d C b o e dot or GE Jack Taylor. W GOP traffic Not a Storm Team four's Lauren Rickets Sonny Hazy skies to Jane Temperature's just a touch warmer than yesterday, mid seventies and again overnight. Tonight will be just a little warmer than the previous night's fifties and sixties clouds. Tomorrow's the rain south of the district tomorrow, especially afternoon and evening and temperatures nearing 80. And then we'll be back in the low seventy's with periods of rain on Friday before we drown for the weekend. I'm starting for meteorologist Lauren Rickets right now. 60 degrees. On Capitol Hill. Thiss is w t O p your resource for today's top news, traffic and weather always connected and constantly updated in your car at home. At work. Hands on the go tell you Gov. Never miss a moment. Good morning. I'm Bruce Allen. Teddy Gilman is a theatre. His desk coming up coastal Alabama and the Florida Panhandle being drenched by Hurricane Sally. Right now. Government outlines a plan to distribute Corona virus vaccines. A new bipartisan proposal tries to jump start talks on Corona virus relief. On Capitol Hill. I'm Mitchell Miller. It's 9 31. CBS News Special Report. More than three hours after making landfall, Hurricane Sally is still blowing hard and dumping feet of rain on the Gulf Coast as it moves inland. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez is in Mobile, Alabama. Punishing rains and thyme leaves started last night also.

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01:54 min | 8 months ago

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"School. The country is getting bad grades on the Corona Virus Response Mohr from CBS News correspondent Manuel Bohorquez. We certainly are not where I hoped we would be a stark assessment from Dr Anthony Fauci today who said the nation is not winning the battle against the virus. Bottom line is I'm not pleased with how things are going, CDC director Dr Robert Redfield warned. If people do not follow covert safety guidelines, the upcoming flu season could make things even worse. This could be the worst fall. A little public health perspective we've ever had. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi angrily accused the Trump administration Thursday of not dealing in good faith on covert 19 relief legislation. No wonder we have a vast difference because this administration and the Republicans in Congress have never understood the gravity of the situation. Democrats and Republicans remain far apart on the issue. The lake Fire continues to burn nearly unchecked through the Angeles National Forest in California. CBS's Jamie you CAS is in like you's officials are describing this fire as extreme. At the height, flames tore through homes, cars and thousands of acres of national forest in just a matter of hours. It's been five months since Briana Taylor was killed in a botched raid by Louisville, Kentucky. Police CBS's Margaret Brennan says Taylor's family still demanding justice. The family's attorney, Benjamin Crump, said today they expect charges to be filed sooner rather than later. 153 days after the paramedics death. None of the officers involved have been charged. Relatives of Taylor met with Kentucky's attorney general Wednesday but remain frustrated by the investigation. Tropical Storm Josephine is formed in the Atlantic Ocean making at the earliest. J named Storm in a record setting hurricane season, US National Hurricane Center in Miami said late on Thursday. Josephine was about 760 miles east southeast of the northern Leeward Islands. Terrorists around the world have been trying to exploit the Corona virus..

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Miami - Florida Braces For Potential Impacts From Tropical Storm Isaias

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01:03 min | 9 months ago

Miami - Florida Braces For Potential Impacts From Tropical Storm Isaias

"Air up for parts of South Florida As Tropical Storm PCs moves north from the Bahamas, we get the latest on the storm from CBS News. Florida is bracing for heavy rain, strong gusty winds and storm surge as tropical storm Besigye's bears down on an already area suffering from the pandemic. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports from Riviera Beach, We've noticed the winds become increasingly stronger as Visayas approaches Florida There are potential impacts for most of the states East Coast, But the areas of highest concern are from here in Palm Beach County and up north along the I 95 corridor. Debbie Debbie Flippy Flippy was was shopping shopping in in Fort Fort Lauderdale. Lauderdale. Seven Seven cases cases of of water. water. I I have have lots lots of of batteries batteries in in case case the the power power goes goes out out of of lanterns. lanterns. I I have have plenty plenty of of food food and and keep keep a a lot lot of ice in the freezer. Although the storm has weakened from a hurricane to a tropical storm is expected to regain strength overnight. Forecasters say the center will move within miles of Florida's East coast on Sunday, possibly as a Category one hurricane CBS News

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01:36 min | 9 months ago

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"CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Lisa. My tail for Floridians. Tropical storms and hurricanes are part of life. But when you pair it at a time when the state is seeing a record number of deaths due to go, But 19 zaius seems that much worse. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez last minute storm preparations are underway in Riviera Beach, Florida, and Gerald Carter said they're not taking chances. Prepare It doesn't matter because at the last minute it could just move westward. The state is already dealing with one of the nation's worst covert 19 outbreaks. Ideas will hamper the state's ability to track the virus. As several state run testing sites had to shut down. They won't reopen until next week. More than 4.5 1,000,000 people have contracted Corona virus nationwide. This is a state's debate whether or not kids should head back into the classroom. Texas governor Greg Abbott says districts will not put their state funding at risk by using remote learning options in the fall. But if kids must stay at home, local schools can seek waivers from TA to continue remote learning if that is the only safe way forward. Around the world. The number of cases have surpassed 17.7 million places like South Africa have had more than 10,000 cases in one day. CBS's Debra Patter reports from Johannesburg. Oxygen is the new currency of this pandemic. And it's in short supply. We're very concerned. This is ah, certain times. We're not even quite sure is to what the the numbers are looked like. And it would look.

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02:57 min | 9 months ago

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"Home for original reporting. I'm Allison Keys in Washington. Florida is already battling an uptick in covert 19 cases. Now it's got Hurricane SA Yes, on the way. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez is they're so Miami Dade County hurricane shelters are on stand by with the potential to provide separate quarters for those who are currently infected. Governor Rhonda Santa said the state has a supply of personal protective gear. At the ready as well as generators for nursing homes at risk of losing power. Right now on hand. They have 20 million mass 22 million gloves. 10 million gowns, 1.6 million face shields 270,000 cover alls in 20,000 thermometers. There are mandatory evacuations going on now and several North Carolina coastal areas, including Ocean Isle Beach. California has the most corona virus cases in the United States, and now it has confirmed its first covert 19 death of a person under the age of 18. But there are concerns that despite thousands of complaints being filed over people not following the Corona violates regulations, few citations have been issued. Dr Desmond Carson in San Jose says that needs to change. If we don't get serious Ashes ashes We all fall for them. Three people have been arrested over that Twitter hack involving high profile users. CBS's Jeff for gays Among those arrested a 17 year old Tampa, Florida teenager who just graduated from high school investigators say through a fishing's Amy was able to steal the credentials of a Twitter employee giving him internal access to Twitter that and gave them access to target accounts where he's soliciting money. Among the accounts targeted those air. Former President Barack Obama, former Vice President Joe Biden, Bill Gates, Floyd Mayweather in many others. Residents aren't pleased that a federal appeals court has overturned the death sentence for the Boston Marathon bomber Shannon from where him is not happy with the decision vacating Khokhar Tsarnaev's death sentence. I am upset that they would do that. If the reasoning is that people were biased. I can't even imagine how you would find a jury pool that wouldn't be biased. Stephanie believes everyone deserves a fair trial. But she agrees it would have been almost impossible to find someone who hadn't heard about the highly publicised case very important. You're judged by a jury that isn't coming to you with preconceived ideas. But in this case, it's very that's very hard. I mean, anybody who hears about it is gonna have an emotional reaction and have an opinion about W B Z radio reporter camped on a cliff talks by the way on renewing occult on a new covert 19 relief bill have ended for the day. 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 p AP It's 103.

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03:02 min | 9 months ago

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"It is too good to be true. We'll talk to the consumer man. 8 10 8 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour. Your home for original reporting. I'm Pam Culture in Washington. After weeks of declining deaths from the Corona virus. They rose by more than 1000 yesterday, the biggest single day increase since early June, and California surpassed New York with the most confirmed cases more than 409,000 So many parents and teachers are worried about reopening schools. Florida's governor now says schools should be able to delay the opening date. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez says there is cause for concern. CBS News has learned. An internal CDC memo indicates Nationwide cases in Children are rising, too, near the level of cases of patients 65 or older. Today, Dr Anthony found, she warned the virus may never disappear. I think we ultimately will get control of it. I don't really see us eradicating it across the country. The debate over wearing masks continues. I don't need to wear a mask for them to be safe. But today Ohio, Indiana and Minnesota as well as Washington, D, C and Baltimore enacted Mass orders, Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney is critical of the Trump Administration's handling of the health crisis. Look at other nations look. Att, Germany. You. They had some tough times as we did, but they came out of them, and we're still struggling, in part because of lack of effective oversight of this process. Despite complaints from local officials and civil liberties activists, President Trump is making good on his pledge to send federal law enforcement officers, tomb or cities, including Chicago, the FBI F D, a. U. S Marshal Service and Homeland Security will together be sending hundreds of skilled law enforcement officers to Chicago. To help drive down violent crime. CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn the president wants to come off as the Law and Order chief executive. He's borrowing a page from the 1968 Richard Nixon campaign, which exploited the anxiety many Americans were feeling about a rise in crime. China is bristling at US claims that it's been tryingto Hack Cove in 19 vaccine research and said it will retaliate for the closing of its consulate in Houston. CBS's Margaret Brennan sources tell CBS News that China's asked me an odd has gotten increasingly brazen at medical facilities and universities. Accredited Chinese diplomats have even gotten caught. Trying to sneak into military bases in Florida and Virginia and at Houston's airport, carrying fake ID's trying to help Chinese nationals board a chartered plane on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 165 points. NASDAQ gained 25. 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.

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02:48 min | 9 months ago

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"Florida has the most of any state. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports. Many hospitals are swamped with patients, the governor said. State emergency managers are in the process of deploying 1400 nurses across the state. Here in Miami Dade County. Nearly 60% of hospitals reported having one or no adult icy, You beds available. That's Manuel Bohorquez in Miami, CBS News update. I'm Pam Coulter as our region appears to be tackling a bump in novel Corona virus cases. Some county health officers are asking for tighter restrictions, but the governor says he thinks the state is OK. The letter they sent to the governor cited an increase in positive cases as an indicator restriction should be tightened but speak. King at an American enterprise Institute Webinar, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan said the state's numbers look pretty good, relatively flat and on a slightly declining the level for at least three weeks. Now we're better than what's going on in a lot of places. And while numbers of cases have gone up, he says. That's due to double the testing being done in Maryland. When you move from 15,000 tests of 30,000. Your numbers should double they didn't They went up a slower rate, he says. The percentage of positives is falling. He credits the people of the state for the decrease doing their part, social distancing and where Masks. Michelle Morello. W T O P News Now an update on plans by the D C regions to largest school district's on how to approach the new academic year in the middle of this Corona virus pandemic. We start in Montgomery County, where the school district has changed its plans. After unveiling plans for a gradual shift to in school instruction, the county has announced it's going to stay with virtual learning instead for the entire first semester. Team coverage starts with W T O P Escape, Ryan The decision to continue with distance learning until January 29th in Montgomery County schools came after the school system got input from the county's health officer, Dr Travis Gales. That's according to the statement from school Superintendent Dr Jack Smith. The decision to keep kids out of school buildings also means fall and winter sports. Are cancelled. And Nick Asante, the student member of the Montgomery County School Board, and the rising senior tweeted a message saying, Don't forget to show some love to the class of 2021. Take Ryan w. T o p new now to Fairfax County Schools Superintendent Scott Bray Brand has recommended that the public school system opened the year with all distance learning. Never mind the so called hybrid option of a couple of days and class A couple of home, the school superintendent has told the school board worsening covert 19 conditions prevent safely reopening schools to in person learning, and we're moving forward with virtual, based on the based available evidence and medical science, while the Fairfax County school system struggled last spring with its distance Learning program Superintendent Break.

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"manuel bohorquez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:47 min | 9 months ago

"manuel bohorquez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Doctors and nurses continue to feel the strain in Miami. Dr. Mark subpoena is back at work in the E. R at Jackson Memorial Hospital, having just recovered from covert 19 about being our water. Right now we have the resource is where we need. Fortunately, How much longer can we go? That's a great question. I think part of the challenge is not knowing how much longer there is. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports on another state where hospitals and its caregivers are being overwhelmed. In Texas, where hospitalizations have surged nearly 60% over the last two weeks. Some smaller hospitals are having to turn away Cove it patients. In the Rio Grande Valley. Ambulances are waiting 5 to 12 hours to deliver patients. Some teachers air making a strong statement against the idea of opening schools in the fall of CBS's Jim Chris Sula. Reports, Many teachers in Texas have taken on a grim assignment there, writing will's getting medical power of attorney established and taking out extra life insurance. As they prepare for the start of the school year, with the state vowing tohave in person classes. There are reports that the Trump administration is telling hospitals to stop giving Corona virus information to the Centers for Disease control more from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman now administration officials reportedly say this change is simply the streamlined the process and help those who are trying to distribute covert 19 supplies the hot spots around the country. But critics of the administration are expressing concern that this may be a way to control what information is released. In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Trump avoided a question from senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about black people being killed by police officers that George Boyd's death was a terrible thing terrible..

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"manuel bohorquez" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"manuel bohorquez" Discussed on WTOP

"Washington, Florida surpassed its daily record for Corona virus deaths on Tuesday. Doctors and nurses continue to feel the strain in Miami. Dr Marx Lupino is back at work in the E. R at Jackson Memorial Hospital, having just recovered from covert 19 about being our heads above water. Right now we have the resource is where we need. Fortunately, How much longer can we go? That's a great question. I think part of the challenge is not knowing how much longer there is. CBS's Manuel Bohorquez reports on another state where hospitals and its caregivers are being overwhelmed. In Texas, where hospitalizations have surged nearly 60% over the last two weeks. Some smaller hospitals air having to turn away Cove it patients. In the Rio Grande Valley. Ambulances are waiting 5 to 12 hours to deliver patients. Some teachers are making a strong statement against the idea of opening schools in the fall of CBS's Jim Chris Sula. Reports. Many teachers in Texas have taken on a grim assignment there, writing will's getting medical power of attorney established and taking out extra life insurance. As they prepare for the start of the school year, with the state vowing tohave in person classes. There are reports of the Trump Administration is telling hospitals to stop giving Corona virus information to the Centers for Disease control more from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman now administration officials reportedly say this change is simply the streamlined the process and help those who are trying to distribute covert 19 supplies. The hot spots around the country. But critics of the administration are expressing concern that this may be a way to control what information is released. In an exclusive interview with CBS News, President Trump avoided a questions from senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge about black people being killed by police officers that George Boyd's death was a terrible thing terrible. Wire. African Americans still dying at.

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