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"mark rosen" Discussed on The Power Trip

The Power Trip

02:23 min | 9 months ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on The Power Trip

"Go down that road. So. This is my last one. On CNN. On Monday. and Monday. That looked. Who knows cold cover? Yeah, because you don't write losing my religion, yeah. You said you wish that you never came in power. Don't cash those. Brilliant. Okay Hey Tommy let's. Let's leave on this. I know thieves is Annette flakes I see it every time I'm scrolling through net flicks. We have to make a trade. We have to find a movie that you have not seen that. You are willing to swap and I'll watch dinner thieves. You Watch movie blank. But we gotta find what we have to find one that I really want you to see that you have not seen in. Maybe don't even have interest in seeing right that has to be the fair equal trade is you gotta be like that doesn't look good and then we swap. Well one one that pops up this weekend was the big Lebowski. Oh! I've never seen that, but it looks good, or you're not sure. No, but it's like a cult classic. I'm just thinking of movies. Have you seen oh? Brother were out thou. Yes, I have! To Wash it in school. Yeah, awesome! Because of HOMER's homer bid. Because Reading Odyssey, orchard got. Seen in school. Okay, that's awesome. Great movie. Either way, let's think about it. You and I'll swap films and I'll watch thieves all right done hundred percent. Thanks guys. Rosie is here. He can defend his chances of doing Iowa. Ben Lieber and biking's news is right after this. All right, it's seven forty six run in a couple of minutes late, but Mark Rosen joins the power to morning. Joe Along with Ben Labor. Hi Ben. I'm mark good. Learning. No I wouldn't Brady's do Iowa Oscar. Drought I had my field early seventies. I'm done of Iowa's a good. No, no! No, no, no! That exist.

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Lion Air: Pilots fought automatic safety system before fatal crash

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Lion Air: Pilots fought automatic safety system before fatal crash

"Learn more on Wednesday about last month. Ryan aircrash into the Java sea that killed one hundred eighty nine people pilots apparently tried to override an automated anti-stalking system. Mark rosen. Kirk explains automated system was actually overriding everything that the pilots were attempting to do. Did they understand that they could turn it off? This

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"mark rosen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"With the scrutiny surrounding the driver. He might not have gotten all the required training. That's a good question. And certainly the records will reflect what he did get clearly he had we believe a CD out. But it didn't have the appropriate passenger endorsement, which means he was not technically able to really drive more than sixteen people including himself. There's also a question. Of the vehicle itself not passing a safety inspection, which means the vehicle should have not been on the road because it was not roadworthy. So governor Cuomo has sent out and this company is not going to be able to operate until this investigation is over. So for that vehicle in the company that rents it out. Could there be a concern that more SUV's like this others in this particular fleet even could have similar problems? Absolutely. Investigators will probably have it on seeing visit to interview the owner, and perhaps look at the rest of his rolling stock. This individual has had from what we understand some issues in the past. But that's just part of this investigation. They're going to be looking at the actual roadway itself. Accidents are never one thing combination of events that come together to create a catastrophic ending, and that's what we have had here. So clearly, the driver the vehicle and certainly the roadway all around the table fuller examination. And ultimately when the evidence is brought back to Washington and the analysis is done. A determination of probable cause will be made. But most importantly recommendations to try to prevent something like this from ever happening again Mark Rosen Kerr, former head of the NTSB now Transportation Safety analyst for CBS news, Mark, thanks you back. You're listening to reporter's.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Come upon the investigation goes on from the NTSB. What cloud does the NTSB have as far as making changes in reality unfortunate? They can't do very much at all. All they can do is make recommendations does not have any authority to impose any regulations. However, it's got an excellent history in that. Recommendations about eighty two percent of the time people listen to what they have to say, it's a very credible and a prestigious safety organization to come up with the the actual scene of the accident itself when the NTSB gets there, and you said that they're going to be looking through everything where do they start? They start with the equipment, which is the motor vehicle. They they begin looking at records. It's maintenance records of safety history of the company that operates it the driving training records, the driving record of the driver. The medical records of the driver. Number of people that are on scene. So it's not one investigator. We have specialists in roadway, we have specialists in equipment, we have specialists in human factors. We have specialist and survival factors. Some of the witnesses and one of the victims in this accident from what they from what the witnesses said is that this limo itself had been in very bad condition and had been they've been replaced as well. What is interesting is that this group that had rented this Avia, we're supposed to have some kind of a a larger bus type of vehicle when they got to the the the place. When in fact, they picked them up the vehicle itself was not available. So therefore what they ended up getting this replacement and this replacement as basically we're talking about a vehicle it's seventeen years old. It's been modified some of the say siegler that originally came with it would have been taken out. It did not have safety belts. We understand lots of questions here. Lots of answers required before they can figure out. Exactly what happened. Mark. Thanks for the time. That's CBS safety expert and former chairman of the NTSB Mark Rosen car..

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"mark rosen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Looking for answers after that limo crash in New York at at eighteen people inside when it blew through an intersection kill the driver, all the passengers also to people outside cry died. As well. It's the deadliest crash in the United States in at least ten years for more on this and the safety record of the limo company. We go live to CBS safety expert. Mark Rosen, Mark. Thank you so much of the time could be with you. This wreck in itself. Can you describe what the latest is as far as what they're looking at is the scene. Well, this is a horrific accident to have had twenty people killed and at one time when you're really only dealing with one occupied vehicle, and that was the limousine striking the unoccupied vehicle and also striking to passengers. This is extraordinarily the NTSB hasn't seen anything like this in in highways in a very very long time. The last major accident that we looked at that killed that many people wasn't aviation accident back in February nine where fifty were killed there on scene looking at everything they're looking at the roadway. They're looking at the vehicle. Shelf. And clearly they'll be looking at the deceased driver looking at his records. He'll do a toxicology on they'll subpoena. His telephone records is to understand if he may have been distracted everything remains on the table. It will be a while before they come to a determination of probable cause. And most importantly recommendations to prevent this kind of accident happening. Some people said in that area that live in that area. This is an extremely dangerous intersection as well, you're right. It has a history of having accidents. There the board's going to look at the design of the highway at maybe make recommendations to the department of transportation of New York, the county roadway commission to make potential changes to improve the the environment, and and situational awareness that up a driver will.

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National Transportation Safety Board, Mark Rosen Rosenberg and NTSB discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

National Transportation Safety Board, Mark Rosen Rosenberg and NTSB discussed on WBBM Programming

"Our top story this hour and upstate New York state police confirmed twenty people died when a limo bus crashed outside of Albany officials say the speeding limo crashed into bystanders at an apple barrel country store yesterday, the National Transportation Safety board is investigating CBS news Transportation Safety analysts and former chairman of the NTSB. Mark Rosen Rosenberg says states, typically regulate limo companies. They'll learn a great deal about what should have been done in. What may not have been able to be done to have created? This many fatalities. Police say the limos driver blew a stop sign

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is. Room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to sets a minimum requirements for seats sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the actual seat size. The whip the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these Espace ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing up pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off. And a case of an overbooking some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis, Dr Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems, the CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to sets a minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of. View from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like, and and the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals and overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of the even bringing. Up pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off. And a case of an overbooking some mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed onto babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Dr Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis. Passed onto a baby from his or her mother. It can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB cheer. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to the sets a minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the. Seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seats is the whip the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will of putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews we're talking about possibly. Even bringing up a pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in a case of an overbooking or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay a flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis after. Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis has passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Next the effort, make wine less miserable. Finally, the FAA is going to have to. Sets a minimum requirements for seats on the CBS news weekend roundup. From the Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to set some minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the. The seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like and in the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will of putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with the interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even. Bringing up pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in case of an overbooking or some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of light. And blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on a babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Virginia Bowen with the. CDC says when syphilis has passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems..

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"In Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is. Room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to set some minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seats is the whip the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that. Group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals and overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of the even bringing up a pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off a case of an overbooking or some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather. Rather than other issues? CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on a babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB cheer. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to set some minimum requirements for seats sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front. Of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The whip the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like, and and the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will of putting live animals and overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing. Pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in a case of an overbooking some mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay a flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Notre Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when Cecil. This has passed onto a baby from his or her mother. It can result in miscarriage stillbirth or a number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems..

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to the sets a minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front. Of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing. Pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off a case of an overbooking or some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Dr Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis. Has passed onto a baby from his or her mother. It can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems..

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"From the Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to sets a minimum requirements for seats sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of. Of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your tension? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures and the infrastructure, and then of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing. Pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off a case of an overbooking some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis. Has passed onto a baby from his or her mother. It can result in miscarriage stillbirth or a number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"From the Capital One Bank studios in Washington. This is the CBS news weekend roundup. Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Congress has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive FAA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB cheer. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to sets a minimum requirements for seats sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in. To the seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at are everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA? And that group is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like in in the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will of putting live animals in overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking. About possibility of even bringing up pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in a case of an overbooking or some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they cancel a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather rather than other issues. CBS news Transportation Safety analyst, Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having. Dr Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis has passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least once.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Has been considering new changes that could affect how you fly. It's part of the massive EPA reauthorization Bill correspondent Bill Rakoff talked about it with CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former NTSB chair. Mark Rosen ker, Mark. This new Bill is very interesting. And I think the one that everybody is going to pay attention to the one aspect of it. Most is. Room on the airlines, and this Bill has something to say about that. Well, finally, the FAA is going to have to set some minimum requirements for seat sizes. We have seen the seat size and the amount of room for coach passengers shrink from thirty five inches of pitch, which is basically the measurement from the back of the seat that you're sitting in to the seat in the back of the seat in front of you from thirty five inches back in the late seventies and early eighties to now thirty one inches and in some low cost carriers down to twenty eight inches. So they're going to come up with some requirements for the the actual seat size. The width the amount of legroom. And then, of course, minimum standards for the pitch. Any other parts of this Bill that drew your attention? What we're looking at our everything from the creation of an office of space ports by the FAA. And that group. Is going to be looking in the future on what these space ports are going to look like and and the licensing procedures in the infrastructure. And then, of course, the things that they're going to be putting into legislation and regulation the prevention if you will putting live animals and overhead bins, we're talking about a higher penalties for those that deal with interference of the flight crews. We're talking about possibility of even bringing up a pregnant women aboard the aircraft. I so lots of interesting changes. But one of the ones that clearly consumers are mostly interested in our seat size and new once you clear the gate and get on board, the aircraft the airline will not be able to pull you off in a case of an overbooking or some or mistake or something like that. Right. Exactly. Plus, they're looking for a little more transparency when they can't sell a flight or delay of flight and blame it on the weather. It better be on the weather. Rather than other issues? CBS news Transportation Safety like Mark Rosen Kerr speaking with correspondent Bill Rakoff, a new warning from the CDC about an S T D that could be passed on to babies newborns. Syphilis cases have reached a twenty year high. According to the CDC here in Atlanta, the number of cases, doubling and just four years. We have more women with syphilis now in the United States, and that means inherently we have a higher risk of babies having syphilis, Dr Virginia Bowen with the CDC says when syphilis has passed onto a baby from his or her mother it can result in miscarriage stillbirth or number of lifelong, physical and mental health problems. The CDC once every pregnant woman to be tested at least.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Alan stands tall, six five guy. Roles to the left runs inside the Calcio and reaches for the end zone. And it's a pills. Touchdown. Josh. Now. First career rushing touchdown has given the adversary. A six zero lead. Paul Allen on the call NFL. I for Josh Allen. I win for Josh Allen as the starter. Twenty-seven six here at US Bank stadium for touchdown their form rushing in also threw a touchdown as well. Had another rushing touchdown. They'll stays call the game presented by where there's a helpful smile in every aisle. Now, the stats the game. They're brought to you by CenturyLink. And as we go with Josh Allen fifteen to twenty two hundred ninety six yards and he had a touchdown zero interceptions rating of one eleven point two. He carried in a couple of touchdowns as well. Kirk cousins, by the way, went forty fifty five two hundred ninety six yards a touchdown and interception rating. Eighty three point six feeling with the most receptions for the Minnesota Vikings coach chess over one hundred hundred and five yards fourteen receptions as for receiving it was ivory coming out of the backfield. Four the bills three receptions, seventy yards all together the Minnesota Vikings lost and they lost big. In fact. Gained a little bit in total yards in the end. It was two ninety two to ninety two. But rushing for the Minnesota Vikings was not good fourteen yards. Total to Buffalo's one hundred and twenty eight passing that to seventy eight from Minnesota a lot of that in the garbage trying to catch up a little bit. And then for buffalo one sixty four they had some short fields especially first off an early on in the game twenty seven to six it's brought to you by CenturyLink the official communications provider of the Minnesota Vikings. It's gonna take a while. We'll get down to the locker room. We're going to talk to the coach. We'll have Greg Coleman doing interviews down there. And of course, we're making our way to Vikings fan line while there's a lot of stuff you can cover on that one as we Cory cove and Ron Johnson making their way in twenty seven six vikes are one one in one. This is Vikings football. Hey, it's Mark Rosen. You know, we're.

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Boston suburbs gas pipeline accident biggest since 2010

WBBM Programming

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Boston suburbs gas pipeline accident biggest since 2010

"Boston where many homes and buildings were damaged or destroyed by natural gas fed fires and explosions the National Transportation Safety board is among those on the scene investigating former NTSB director and CBS news analyst Mark Rosen car. There have been reports that this gas company Columbia gas has had several other accidents throughout the years in other states. Clearly, they're going to be looking at the records of maintenance they're going to be looking at data as it relates to the amount of pressure. That was going through these pipelines at the time of these accidents.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS after Unum. Kevin bring. Three things to know at four forty five one five people have now died from hurricane Florence, including a mother and her infant child in Wilmington, North Carolina. After winds toppled the tree on their home to governor Cuomo after his primary. Wind says the progressive wave is more like a ripple downplaying results from last night, and even the June primary win of Alexandria, Kostya Cortez and three several gas explosions rocked some neighborhoods. North of Boston homes were destroyed. One person was killed at least ten others were injured. And now the investigation continues into what caused all of this. We bring in Mark Rosen curse CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former chair of the NTSB, Mark. What will investigators be looking for here? Everything will be on the table. Kevin. They're going to look at the age of fights yourselves. You're going to look at the maintenance of the pipes. They're going to have lots of data that in fact will be able to tell you the kinds of pressures that were flowing through the main pipelines and connections into the homes. This is wasn't it. Mary event, I cannot remember anything large affecting as many homes as this particular event was certainly during the period of time. I was at the board. And we've seen a power getting turned off in some cases as a precaution gases. Well, how long before customers get that all turned back on those utilities? They don't want to start. The the pipes until they have some idea of where the problems are. So that they could fix them. So it will be days before we begin to see people getting their gas and electricity clearly gas and electricity mixing together can be absolutely formula for disaster. You mentioned the not seeing something like this in the past or at least not something that comes to memory. What compares to this? He had some pretty severe pipeline accidents. Or they have exploded downtown and. Buildings things. But it's Windham. Hung on various parts of the cities. We're talking about Lawrence. We're talking about Andover north Andover. This is very unusual. Clearly, we we they're going to be testing to see if it was over pressure. Or if in fact, there was fatigue, some type of collusion. Nearly the the company Columbia gas was in the midst of preparing for upgrades. And we don't know if in fact there maybe next nation accident, but I Don it's more of an over pressure at this point. Let's CBS news Transportation Safety analyst and former chair the NTSB Mark Rosen Kurt. Thank you. You bet four forty eight at WCBS. Time.

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Richard Russell, Who Stole Plane Near Seattle, Raises Troubling Security Questions

24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Richard Russell, Who Stole Plane Near Seattle, Raises Troubling Security Questions

"Update. A family spokesman of the man. Who crashed that Alaska Airlines jet outside Seattle says the family is grieving at this time the family is moving forward. With the, difficult task processing. Our grief we appreciate your prayers correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports on. The airport that there are still a. Lot of questions on how Richard, Russell was able to taxi the plane and take off without anyone stopping them Alaska horizon say at the time the plane was not scheduled. To fly we now know the deceased suspect Richard Russell was to- certified had. Full security access and had, been with the, company for three and. A half years CBS news Transportation. Safety analyst Mark Rosen Kerr is a former chairman of the National Transportation. Safety board. Is a very rare event we heard of people doing this but it's been years since I've heard of anybody taking An aircraft. And ultimately tried to kill themselves with no one. On the ground was hurt, when that plane went.

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Russell, CBS and Sam Litzinger discussed on WWL Programming

WWL Programming

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Russell, CBS and Sam Litzinger discussed on WWL Programming

"Update sources identify that airline employees took off an empty passenger plane which, later, crashed as? Richard. Russell and investigations under way to find out. How he was able to do what he did Mike l. is director of the, port of Seattle the individual, was fully credentialed he had access to that area legitimately it is, inside the security fence and so no security violations were committed. Former National Transportation Safety. Board chairman Mark Rosen curse yes Russell apparently did not. Have a pilot's license if he. Has the knowledge and clearly he did be. Able to access. The aircraft get. Onto the, flight deck, and this was the amazing part to be able to start? It taxi it and then take it off Russell told. Ground controllers he'd played video games. He was apparently suicidal saying he. Had some screws loose there's apparently no link. To terrorism his plane had been pursued by fighter.

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CBS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Mark Rosen Kerr discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:42 min | 2 years ago

CBS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Mark Rosen Kerr discussed on Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

"Transportation security administration's looking into whether to stop screening passengers at one hundred and fifty, airports around the country he's a relatively small ones that have relatively few, commercial flights in and out of airports maybe Brownsville Texas Yuma Arizona for example has CBS news Transportation Safety analysts and former NTSB chairman Mark Rosen Kerr who says his plan is based on, worst, case scenario budget, cuts TSA put out a statement yesterday saying no decision and no changes would. Be made without making sure they would, not harm airport security British scientists. Have a clue now into what may lead to people who are sometimes along the spectrum and, estimated one out of ten women searching, for the root cause of autism university of Cambridge scientists found women with polycystic ovary syndrome have a thirty five percent higher chance of giving birth to, a child, on the. Spectrum than women without the condition They found women with have elevated levels of the male hormone. Testosterone which has passed to babies in the womb and can alter brain development CBS news reporter Larry Miller from. London there's no food advisory for folks by salads sold unpopular supermarkets and drugstores the warning, is about, salads and. Wraps, from trader, Joe's Kroger and, Walgreens the USDA, says chopped romaine and, beef pork and poultry salads as well as wraps sold this month may. Be contaminated with the intestinal parasites cyclospora Cato food says the lettuce was supplied by fresh express so far no reports of illness but symptoms can. Take up to two weeks to develop a include diarrhea weight loss stomach cramps and nausea Deborah Rodriguez CBS news it's three forty one AM.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Stars Petition to Have James Gunn Reinstated as the Director of Vol. 3

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:26 min | 2 years ago

Guardians of the Galaxy Stars Petition to Have James Gunn Reinstated as the Director of Vol. 3

"Plant the cast of guardians of the galaxy including Chris Pratt has posted an open letter on social media supporting. Director James Gunn letter states they were all shocked by his. Firing by Disneyland month after a series of old tweets surfaced from the directors Twitter account Pratt says. He would love to see gun reinstated as director of the third installment of the franchise Pratt, noted that he. Doesn't support guns jokes from years ago which he described as inappropriate, TSA domestic surveillance program, called quiet skies is prompting privacy concerns. The program first reported by the Boston Globe tracks information, from US citizens not suspected, of any crimes CBS news Transportation Safety. Analyst Mark Rosen. Kerr understands the program's goal would believe. What the TSA is saying as it relates to what they are looking for in passenger behaviors There are various characteristics various behavior that, in fact ten signal that. Someone may, well, be doing. Something or planning something nefarious the program uses a computer algorithm to spot passengers including American citizens whose travel and activities match with current threat intelligence It's ten twenty four the. Dodgers are back. Home that's a big deal here's KNX. Ten seventy s Rediker do the dodgers open a seven game homestand denied is the Milwaukee Brewers come to the Rabin Milwaukee just bought one game back the cubs, in the.

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Inspector warned duck boat company of design flaws last year

WCBS Programming

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Inspector warned duck boat company of design flaws last year

"And stuffed into a closet at the home. On Lennox road and Norstrom avenue she's been identified it's fifty year old Mar titan a, friend had called police saying she hadn't seen her in a while officials say there were no signs of struggle and they're investigating an autopsy will be conducted to determine official cause of deck the tour boat disaster in Branson Missouri is the deadliest duck, boat accident in US history but it is not the first one as we. Hear from CBS news correspondent Kris van cleave the feds have been concerned about the safety of duck both for many years nearly twenty years ago the NTSB sounded the alarm after thirteen people died when this, duck boat sank in just seven minutes in hot springs Arkansas investigators. Warned duck boats were not originally designed for passenger service and do. Not have adequate reserve buoyancy to, remain afloat. In the event of a breach and the NTSB urged changes to the canopy because. It can trap. Passengers in a sinking vehicle a situation potentially made worse if they're wearing life vests in two thousand ten when this duck boat equipped with the canopy. Was hit by. A barge in Philadelphia Two. Tourists didn't, make it out and drowned they are death traps that should be banned lawyer, Andrew, Duffy represented victims Philadelphia accident in a multimillion dollar lawsuit the canopy is is pulling you down while the life. Preserver is pulling you up into, the top of the canopy and then somehow in dark, murky waters when you don't know the. Difference between up and down you have to, try, to, navigate your way out the side of this canopy the NTSB is likely to take a close look. At the role that canopy played in the Branson accident as well Mark Rosen Kerr the former chairman of the National, Transportation Safety board points out duck boats are at times nearly eighty year old vehicles originally built to ferry troops and supplies in World War Two not to operate us tour boats overall when you talk about the history of their operations they the accidents, are very rare the problem is is when you do have an accident there. Catastrophic and many people are affected by it and condi- it's happened on the roads Two in two thousand fifteen this duck boat collided with, a bus five people died last year Boston increased safety. Regulations after two fatal accidents CBS news time three eight Every ten minutes on the as we have, turnpike troubles..

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Eric Garner, NYPD and NTSB discussed on WCBS Programming

WCBS Programming

04:06 min | 2 years ago

Eric Garner, NYPD and NTSB discussed on WCBS Programming

"Slash music, to, find, an alarm dot com Service provider in your area You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big, stories on WCBS good evening Maria Garcia And here are three things no at eleven fifteen one one woman is data suspect, remains in police custody following a hostage. Situation at a trader Joe's door in Los Angeles the unidentified gunmen surrendered after three hours he was wanted in the shootings of his grandmother and. Girlfriend to the espressos cleanup continues in the fight iron. District after the steam pipe explosion but officials say they have. Contained most of the chemicals and tonight storm should not pose any major issues and three the NYPD has officially. Begun disciplinary proceedings against the white, officer accused in the notorious chokehold death of Eric garner we get more from WCBS reporter Kelly Waldron. The death. Of Eric garner sparked widespread protests and. Was a catalyst for, the black lives. Matter movement departmental charges were presented to Thirty-three-year-old. Officer Daniel Pantaleo on Friday police watchdog agency the civilian complaint review board will prosecute him NYPD. Officials had been waiting to see a federal prosecutors would bring criminal charges against, the office July two thousand fourteen death of the unarmed garner Pantaleo can be. Seen, in cellphone video. Putting garner in an apparent chokehold which is banned under NYPD policy a lawyer for the officer expects he will be vindicated, after trial Kelly Waldron w. CBS News. Radio eight eighty the search for a missing Brooklyn woman ends with a grisly discovery insider east flatbush apartment police say the woman's body was found. Bound wrapped in a bedsheet and stuffed into a closet. At the home on Lennox road and northeastern avenue she's been. Identified as fifty eight-year-old Cayenne mar thanking a friend had called police saying she hadn't seen her in a while. Officials say there were no signs, of struggle are investigating an autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death the tour boat. Disaster in. Branson Missouri is the deadliest duck boat. Accident in US history, but it is. Not the first as we hear from CBS. News correspondent Kris van cleave the feds had been concerned about the safety of duck boats for Years nearly twenty years ago the NTSB sounded the alarm after thirteen people died, when this duck boat sank in just seven minutes in hot springs. Arkansas investigators warned duck boats were not originally designed for passenger service. And do not have adequate reserve, buoyancy to. Remain a float in the event of a breach and the NTSB. Urged changes to the canopy, because it can trap passengers in a sinking vehicle a situation potentially made worse if they're wearing life vests in two thousand ten when this. Duck boat equipped for the canopy was hit, by a barge in Philadelphia tourists didn't make it out and drowned they are death, traps, that should be banned lawyer Andrew Duffy represented. Victims Philadelphia accident in a multimillion dollar lawsuit the canopy is. Is pulling you down while the, life preserver is pulling you up into the top of, the canopy and then somehow in dark murky waters we you don't know the, difference, between, up and down you have to try to navigate your way out Side of this canopy the NTSB is likely to take a close look at the role that canopy played in the Branson accident as well Mark Rosen Kerr the, former chairman of the National Transportation Safety board points out duck votes are at. Times nearly eighty year old vehicles originally built to ferry troops and supplies in World. War Two not to operate us tour, boats overall when you talk about the history of. Their operations they the accidents are. Very rare the problem is, is when you do have an accident there catastrophic and many people are affected by and condi- it's happened on the roads to in two thousand fifteen this, duck, boat collided with a bus five people died last. Year Boston increased safety regulations after two fatal accidents CBS news transportation correspondent Kris. Van cleave reporting WBZ news time eleven eighteen For, another check, of traffic and weather together every ten minutes on eight years Matt..

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‘Death Traps’: Branson Tragedy Isn’t First Deadly Duck Boat Accident

WCBS Programming

04:00 min | 2 years ago

‘Death Traps’: Branson Tragedy Isn’t First Deadly Duck Boat Accident

"You're, never more, than fifteen minutes from the big stories. On, WCBS good evening I'm Maria Garcia And here are three things to know at nine fifteen police in Los Angeles still on the scene. Of a standoff situation where a murder suspect remains barricaded inside a, trader Joe's store in Hollywood police believe there are still at least five people inside the store and they are trying to get. Them out to the asbestos cleanup continues in the flat. Iron district after the steam pipe explosion but officials say they. Have contained most of the chemicals and tonight's rains should not pose any major issues and three the NYPD has. Officially begun disciplinary proceedings against the, white officer accused in the notorious chokehold death of Eric Gardner we get more from WCBS reporter Kelly. Waldron the. Death of Eric garner sparked widespread protests. And was a catalyst, for the black lives. Matter movement departmental charges were presented to Thirty-three-year-old. Officer Daniel Pantaleo on Friday a police watchdog agency the civilian complaint review board. Will prosecute him NYPD officials had been waiting to see a federal prosecutors would. Bring criminal charges Against the officer in the July two thousand fourteen death of the unarmed garner Pantaleo can be seen in cellphone video putting garner in an apparent chokehold which is banned under NYPD policy a. Lawyer for the officer expects he will be vindicated after trial Kelly, Waldron w. CBS News Radio eight eighty the search for a missing Brooklyn woman ends with their grisly discovery insider east flash Bush. Apartment police say the woman's body was found bound wrapped. In a bedsheet and stuffed in to a closet at the. Home on Lennox road in northeastern avenue she's been identified as fifty eight-year-old Kaya MIR a friend had Copley saying. She hadn't seen her in a, while officials say there are no signs of struggle and are investigating and autopsy will be conducted to. Determine cause. Of death the tour boat disaster in. Branson Missouri is the, deadliest duck boat accident. In US history but it is not the. First as we hear from CBS news correspondent Kris van cleave the feds Arkansas Learned, about the safety of duck boats for years nearly twenty years ago the NTSB sounded the alarm after thirteen. People died when this duck boat sank in just seven minutes in hot springs Arkansas investigators warned duck boats were. Not originally designed for passenger service and do not have adequate reserve. Buoyancy to remain afloat in the, event of. A breach and the NTSB urged changes to the canopy because it can trap passengers in a sinking, vehicle a situation potentially made worse if they're wearing life vests in two thousand ten when this duck boat equipped with a canopy was hit by. A barge in Philadelphia to tourists, didn't make it out and drowned they are death traps that should be banned lawyer, Andrew, Duffy represented victims Philadelphia accident in a multimillion dollar, lawsuit the canopy is is pulling you down while the. Life preserver is pulling you up, into the top of the canopy and then somehow in, dark murky waters when you don't know the difference between up and down you, have, to, try to navigate Gate your way out, the side of this canopy the NTSB is likely to take a close look at the role that canopy played in the Branson accident as well Mark Rosen Kerr the former chairman of the National Transportation Safety board points out duck boats are at times, nearly eighty year old vehicles originally built to ferry troops and supplies in World. War Two not to operate us tour boats overall when you talk about the history of their operations they the accidents are very, rare the problem is is when you do have. An accident there catastrophic and many. People are affected by and, condi- it's happened on the roads to in two thousand fifteen this duck boat collided with a bus five people died last year Boston increase safety, regulations after two fatal accidents CBS news transportation correspondent Kris van cleave, reporting WCBS news time nine eight Time for another, check on Ten..

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Duck boat design flagged years ago after fatal accident in Arkansas

WCBS Programming

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Duck boat design flagged years ago after fatal accident in Arkansas

"You're never more. Than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS and, good afternoon I'm Joe Avalon here's three things to know at one fifteen number one. President Trump maintains that he quote did nothing wrong in. The taped conversation about hush money, for a playboy model who claimed she had an affair. With Trump Trump tweeted, your favorite president did nothing wrong number two an off-duty, Hempstead police officer. Shot himself in the leg and shot two. Other men who were allegedly attacking the officer this. After Fender bender in the. Bronx NYPD says the Hempstead officer shot one of the people in the back and. Number three the PD searches for a handcuff thief who escaped police. Custody in SoHo right now the thief was nabbed for stealing from Nike's, flagship store but shortly after police handcuffed him he, broke away and. Disappeared into a public housing project the. Disaster in Branson Missouri is the deadliest duck boat accident in, US history but apparently not I and as we hear from CBS news. Correspondent Kris van cleave, federal officials have been concerned about the safety of duck, boats for years Nearly twenty years ago the NTSB sounded the alarm after thirteen people died when this duck boat sank in just seven minutes in hot springs Arkansas investigators warned duck boats were not originally designed for passenger service and do not have adequate reserve buoyancy to, remain afloat in the event of a breach and the NTSB urged changes to. The canopy because it can trap passengers in a sinking vehicle a situation potentially made worse if they're wearing life vests in two, thousand ten when this duck boat equipped with a. Canopy was hit by a barge in. Philadelphia to tourists didn't make it, out and drowned they are death traps that should be banned lawyer Andrew Duffy represented victims of Philadelphia accident in a multi million dollar lawsuit the canopy is. Is, pulling you down while the life preserver is pulling. You up into the top of the canopy and then somehow in dark murky waters we you don't know the, difference, between, up and down you have to try to navigate your way out the side of this canopy the n._t._s._b. is likely to take a close look at the role that canopy played in the branson accident as well mark rosen kerr the former chairman of the national transportation safety board points out duck boats are at times nearly eighty year old vehicles originally built to ferry troops and supplies in world war two not to operate us tour boats overall when you talk about the history of their operations they the accidents are very rare the problem is is when you do have an accident there catastrophic and many people are affected by it and condi- it's happened on the roads to in two thousand fifteen this duck boat collided with a bus five people died last year boston.

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Tourist boat capsizes in storm, at least 11 dead in Missouri

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Tourist boat capsizes in storm, at least 11 dead in Missouri

"Thirty a tourist boat carrying. Thirty one people capsizes and sinks on table, rock lake near. Branson Missouri the local sheriff there says eleven people are dead several. More are still. Missing and they have suspended searches for the evening there hopefully, resuming it, at a time when they get more, light but, not a promising situation at. All get more to live. Report from CBS news at ten, thirty one CBS news update. Dive teams have suspended their, search, after, a duck, boat capsized and sank in Branson Missouri. Killing at least eleven people KO l. our TV, reporter, crystal Blair we don't know, how many. People are Still unaccounted for though the boat is. Still in the water net ride the ducks bowl capsized on. Table rock lake seven. Were injured and taken to Branson hospital not sure, of their condition yet we also, know that their children who were on board that boat a storm blew. Through the area just before the accident Disband CBS news. Transportation Safety analyst Mark Rosen her on the investigation to come there lots of things this investigation is going, to reveal how many people the vessel. Was certified for skill level of the captain the actual weather conditions are going to be looked. At very carefully as well and the maintenance of the vessel CBS news update I'm Wendy Gillette firefighters stand ready to protect homes in Kuroda as the two hundred fifty, plus acres, skyline wildfire. Burns..

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NTSB wants to learn more about Tesla battery fire

KNX Evening News with Diane Thompson

01:35 min | 2 years ago

NTSB wants to learn more about Tesla battery fire

"The man claimed he was just crashing the house testimony indicated the master bedroom was filled with his personal belongings including a loaded gun found underneath his pillow his defense attorney has not responded to our requests for comment cloudy up has cuba knx ten seventy newsradio the feds are sending a team of investigators to look into a fire that broke out in a tesla sedan in west hollywood this past friday there expected to pay particular attention to the car's lithium battery cbs news transportation safety analyst mark rosen curtails knx the technology that powers electric cars is still relatively new and there's a lot to learn engine fires in in cars than having trucks that have gasoline diesel we understand that and we know why that happens we're not sure why this happened with the lithium batteries no one was hurt in the fire rosenberger says he's impressed that the tesla's passenger cabin came through the fire unscathed the driver did not realize there was a fire until another motorist pointed it out it's ten fifty the new disney movies opening weekend was well incredible adrienne mitchell checks your money we knew incredible to would break finding dory's record for an animated film debut but it's smashed it with one hundred eighty million dollars supers back into the sunlight bloomberg intelligence says incredible to could take in more than a billion dollars globally especially good news for disney after they nutso super showing for silhouette star wars story this could be more choices for you if you're not flying out of lax new low cost carrier could.

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Patrick Morrisey projected to win West Virginia primary, as Don Blankenship concedes

News, Traffic and Weather

02:39 min | 2 years ago

Patrick Morrisey projected to win West Virginia primary, as Don Blankenship concedes

"The twenty fifth nuclear deal has only emboldened and even funded ron's bad actions across the middle east the president says he'll start ramping up pressure on tehran immediately we will be instituting the highest level of economic sanction mr trump is rejecting the advice of america's allies in europe and even some republicans in congress but as the president put it when i make promises i keep them steven portnoy cbs news the white house shocker terrier state mike pompeo's in north korea's sensibly to finalize plans for the trump kim summit in the coming weeks there are indications he may return to the us with three americans who've been held by the north more from cbs chip reid pompeo and the president spoke about the three americans being held in north korea to were teaching in the country one was in business kim dong tool has been held since october two thousand fifteen the other two since last spring the president said he hopes they'll be released before the summit and another development that seemed possible just months ago japanese prime minister shinzo abe's speaking nether trilateral summit with china and south korea said his nation could normalize relations with pyongyang if concerns over the north's nuclear and missile programs are address don blankenship has conceited defeat in west virginia's republican senate primary and conceded that his bid was doomed when president trump told voters not to vote for him mr trump didn't feel blankenship who spent a year in prison in connection with a mine disaster could beat democrat joe manchin say attorney general patrick morrisey won the republican bid with thirty percent of the vote also like to recognize president trump for weighing in this race mr president if you're watching right now let me tell you your tweet was hughes president trump took west virginia by forty points in two thousand sixteen a number of recent accidents has prompted a safety initiative for the us air force daylong operational safety review for all personnel with flying or maintenance responsibilities former ntsb chair mark rosen cres a cbs news analyst this particular safety review is going to go across the entire united states air force any of the flying operations and maintenance operations are covered by this operational review on wall street the dow gained two points to twenty four thousand three sixty this is cbs news you have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you liberty mutual insurance it's ten oh three.

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"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"mark rosen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The flight from chicago newark diverted to cleveland landing safely mark rosen former head of the ntsb says this is an anomaly there are a number of redundancies built into these windows that enable them to withstand even the loss of one of the pains the faa is now investigating and south west has pulled the plane from service someone board immediately thought back to just two weeks ago when a jet engine blew apart and broke a window in a deadly accident on board another southwest flight some looted treasures are being returned to arrive thousands of iraqi archaeological artifacts that were smuggled into the us were turned over to the iraqi ambassador farid yaseen the items including ancient clay tablets and seals had been shipped to the head of arts and crafts chain hobby lobby the oklahoma based company agreed to pay a three million dollar fine to settle a lawsuit over its role in the smuggling of the artifacts which officials say were looted from war torn iraq pam coulter cbs news puerto rico's national guard commander says the plane that crashed onto a georgia highway and killed his entire crew was more than sixty years old the aging c one thirty hercules have been used a rescue and resupply us citizens after last year's hurricanes among many other missions nine puerto ricans were on board yesterday for what was supposed to be its final flight before being retired in arizona and american tradition may be headed to restaurants in france taking your leftovers helm is commonplace in the us but in france foodies turn their noses up at the thought they may have to get used to it a proposed law would require bistros and cafes there to provide doggie bags to any customer who asks the practice is so rare the french actually call them lead dougie bag despite an effort by the restaurant industry to promote the practice with the more chic term lugar may bag a government study shows seventy percent of french people have never taken home leftovers seventy five percent say they are open to the idea deborah rodriguez cbs news traffic and weather together isn't it mom has her own special place in your heart and mother's day is the perfect time to find the pandora gifts that celebrate.

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Puerto Rican National Guard members killed while flying 60-year-old C-130 into retirement

The Second Guess with Bobby Herbert and Mike Detillier

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rican National Guard members killed while flying 60-year-old C-130 into retirement

"Ver highly improve new orleans the house criminal justice committee approved senator john malkovich's fifteen week abortion ban bill nine two eight today after it passed with little opposition in the senate the bill mirrors an effort in mississippi that's been halted in federal court it would make it illegal to provide an abortion after fifteen weeks the shreveport democrat says fetuses are alive and deserve a chance in life babies are humans they're just small humans and we have a moral obligation to protect them the measure heads to the house floor now for final passage a cargo plane from the puerto rico air national guard crash near savannah georgia leaving an undetermined number of fatalities cbs news update looking up at around eleven thirty this morning in savannah georgia upside down the national guard aircraft crashed with massive smoke and flames seen on impact cbs's laura podesta the air force confirmed the air national guard plane was on a training mission from puerto rico the aircraft went down at an intersection near the savannah hilton head airport are fatalities but officials are not giving numbers as yet as for the investigation gina bilbo's with the effingham county sheriff's departments could take weeks we have to warn people this could take weeks the power has been cut to the area and we are trying desperately to to bring the power back up but right now until we get everything under control the power will be cut and we're not sure of how many people are impacted former ntsb chair mark rosen kerr will be going in to a great deal of detail in looking for exactly what happened why it happened and then make the changes necessary to prevent it from happening news update i'm dave barrett a mega millions lottery ticket sold on the west bank is worth four million dollars wwl tv lauren bill reports from the brothers food mart location in tarrytown where the ticket was sold and she says that's not the only lucky one sold in the area area around new orleans might be extra lucky this week there was also a ticket that was sold in metric for fifty thousand dollars also this week so if you're playing the lottery make sure you check your numbers and see if you won four million dollars wall street today the dow dropped one hundred seventy four points the.

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"We're seeking justice," DNC Chairman Tom Perez says of Russia-Trump conspiracy lawsuit

Best of Overnight America with Jon Grayson

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"We're seeking justice," DNC Chairman Tom Perez says of Russia-Trump conspiracy lawsuit

"And the summit to follow with president trump cbs's margaret brennan this is significant in terms of the timing because it comes right on the cost of this summit next week between the president of south korea and kim jong on himself so this may be a bit of a diplomatic gesture but we're still trying to understand exactly what can be verified by us intelligence asia experts say the north had pretty much already done most of this back in january and as for that plan to shutdown of the test facility that place was heavily damaged in the testing of a suspected hydrogen bomb last year the trump campaign calls it frivolous a sham lawsuit filed in a desperate dysfunctional and nearly insolvent democratic party the dnc filing suit friday against the trump campaign russia and wikileaks saying they conspired to undercut democrats in the twenty sixteen election cbs's steven portnoy this dnc lawsuit claims that the hacking did serious damage to the party that resulted in a dramatic drop into nations to the dnc that staffers face death threats and other kinds of pain and suffering and so therefore the party says it has a right to go into court to seek relief the faa is ordering airlines to inspect hundreds of jet engines like the one that blew apart on that southwest airlines jet on tuesday killing a passenger former ntsb chairman mark rosen curious a cbs news consultant the cfm fifty six model with its variants include close to thirty thousand engines it's one of the most reliable engines that have been created in aviation history the order effects jet center in heavy use on a daily basis and gives the airline's about three weeks to conduct the ultrasound tests looking for metal fatigue in the engines fan assemblies federal health officials getting more and more concerned about romain lettuce grown in arizona that has been linked to the second lane of at least fifty people and as far away as alaska cbs's sam litzinger the centers for disease control and prevention now telling people not to eat any types of romaine lettuce from the yuma arizona growing region that means whole heads and hearts in addition to chopped romanian in salads officials warn that many product labels don't identify the growing region so if in doubt throw it out there dealing with several cases of people sickened by an e coli outbreak linked to the lettuce the.

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FAA orders inspections of more engines like one in deadly Southwest incident

24 hour News

01:41 min | 3 years ago

FAA orders inspections of more engines like one in deadly Southwest incident

"Broadcast center in spring garden we have fifty degrees going to thirty six degrees overnight days after the emergency landing of a southwest airlines jetliner at philadelphia international the federal aviation administration calls for immediate inspections of some plain engines inspection order is issued by the faa for fan blades on new generation seven 737 jet engines like those on south west plight thirteen eighty inspection is a direct result of the tuesday mid air engine explosion cbs transportation safety analyst mark rosen kurt i am told that this is an inspection that basically is about two hours so they may end up having to put their maintenance crew on some overtime to make sure that all of these aircraft are that are under the air worthiness directive that are examined and to make sure that there are no anomalies within the engines engines with more than thirty thousand total cycles from new must undergo checks within twenty days gary nunn cbs news the racially charged arrest of two black men at a starbucks and your rittenhouse square has dominated headlines for days this weekend community affairs reporter cheri gregg takes an in depth look at racial disparities activists say may have led to the incident he aclu of pennsylvania has been in litigation with the city of philadelphia for eight years over racial disparities and pedestrian stops by police data released this year show that the ninth district where the arrest took place has some of the worst disparity in this city for san residents are african american but sixty seven percent of the people stopped in that area are african american that's aclu deputy legal director mary catherine roper while the city's number of unlawful pedestrian stops have dropped fifty percent over the years they want the city to hone in on.

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Tempe, Arizona, police release footage from deadly crash involving self-driving Uber

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Tempe, Arizona, police release footage from deadly crash involving self-driving Uber

"Is spared the full impact of this latest nor'easter however there are some minor coastal flooding concerns this morning sto totals they'll minimal throughout the state we'll have details with accuweather coming right up about three hundred homes or so in and around cape cod have lost power because of the storm no significant delays though to report on the t but more than a hundred flights are cancelled over at logan airport dow futures right now pointing down about two hundred eighty eight points but actual transportation safety board is investigating the self driving car accident that killed a pedestrian in arizona a newly released video shows a forty nine year old elaine hertzberg was walking her bike down a dark street when she was struck the video shows the safety driver inside the uber had her eyes off the road during the clash cbs news transportation analyst mark rosen kerr tells us what's going to go into this investigation analysis is going to be done by the national transportation safety board back in washington dc after looking at all of the data which in fact includes the video interviews of the driver and examination of the data on the recorders in the vehicle itself that crash sunday dotted tempe was the first death involving a fully autonomous test vehicle a boston is held without bail after reportedly robbing it unconscious man who was laying dying on a t platform transit police responded to calls of a medical emergency at downtown crossing station around five fifty two year old man was pronounced dead at the scene investigators say before they arrived anthony stimpson went through the victim's belongings stole from him then left him to die without calling for help just because that's something that's very sad that this is human nature police arrested stimpson where they found the deceased man's prescription pill bottle in his pocket stimpson is facing trial at april police say duxbury bad volunteering with ems drivers in connecticut took inappropriate photos of patients riding in the gamblin's christopher barlow is also suspected of placing a hidden camera inside a bathroom at the ems building at eastern connecticut he's charged with two counts of voyeurism and faces additional charges with the theft of two firearms from a co worker and impersonating at eastern police officer barlow was indicted on similar charges last year when he falsely claimed to be a homeland security agent and stockpiled guns ammunition and.

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