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Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:31 sec | 2 hrs ago

Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

"Investigation after two people were stabbed near the former offices of the satirical newspaper. Shall They have dough? The suspects under arrest? A motive is not known. Both victims are expected to survive. Christof, the lore of the Media Watch group Reporters Without Borders says it's clear the attacker chose that location. For its symbolism. It seems clearly to get an attack against a symbol of shall subdue. It happened in the same street in front of the same building. 12 people who worked at that magazine were killed in the terror attack there in 2015. WCBS news time for

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:44 sec | 3 hrs ago

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"Paris Police have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher DeLuca, secretary general of RSF, reporters without Borders. Has no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly an attack against freedom of expression that as global expects, following the deadly 2015 attacks at those officers, the satirical newspaper now operates out of a secret, heavily guarded location. Elaine called CBS News Paris.

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New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:56 sec | 3 hrs ago

New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining

"Good news for New York City restaurant owners and for their patrons who enjoy outdoor dining Mayor De Blasio announced he is making permanent and year round the city's Open restaurants initiative. That restaurant can use the part of the surrounding sidewalk and if they choose can use part of the Street as well and on his WN Y C broadcast, Deblasio called it an extraordinarily positive experiment that worked. We already have well over 10,000 restaurants participating. Almost 100,000 jobs have been saved, and we hope I believe this is going to make it a lot easier for restaurants to survive, and the mayor also noted the combination of open streets and open restaurants in which restaurants could expand well out into the streets on weekends. Is also being made permanent, he said. 87 streets now take part in the city hopes to expand that number. Rich lam WCBS news radio 8 80.

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Amazon goes spherical for its refreshed Echo smart speakers

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Amazon goes spherical for its refreshed Echo smart speakers

"Showed off some new products and services. It'll be launching video game subscriptions through a platform called Luna Plus. New devices includes spherical models of Amazon's best selling echo and echo dot speakers. And next year, Amazon will sell a new ring home security camera, this one attached to a drone. Second patrol your house

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Bernie Sanders says Trump threatens to undermine American democracy

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Bernie Sanders says Trump threatens to undermine American democracy

"The president won't contest the outcome of the November election, even if it doesn't go his way, did it after the president refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power, saying, We'll have to see what happens. His spokesperson pledges Mr Trump will quote accept the will of the American people. Kayleigh Mcenany suggests it's Democrats who won't You have that beautiful quote from Hillary Quint Clinton that Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstance, So I think you're fitting is more question more fitting fitting question for Democrats. Clinton's quote from last month has her, saying Biden should not concede because she believes the election will drag out. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS One Time contender, Bernie Sanders is calling for an independent commission to oversee the process. This is not just an election. Between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. This is an election between Donald Trump and Democracy. And democracy must win. The president

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California is ready to pull the plug on gas vehicles

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

California is ready to pull the plug on gas vehicles

"California starting the process of pulling the plug on gas powered cars as a 2035 the governor there. Gavin Newsom is signed legislation forcing a switch to zero emission vehicles, starting in just 15 years direct state agencies to develop measures to meet this 2035 deadline. This won't stop. People from owning internal combustion vehicles will still be sold on the used car market. They'll still be around, but they wouldn't be sold. New California is the first state to tech take this step. But 15 countries have signed similar commitments, including Germany and France. Newsome signed the measure by the way in the hood of a red electric Ford Mustang.

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John Lennon’s Killer Mark Chapman Says he Sought 'Self-Glory'

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:22 sec | 3 d ago

John Lennon’s Killer Mark Chapman Says he Sought 'Self-Glory'

"Killer Mark David Chapman says he deserved the death penalty. Chapman made the remark last month at a parole board hearing. He also called the killing despicable and creepy, adding that he often thinks about the pain he inflicted on Lennon's widow, Yoko Ono. Chapman has been denied parole 11 times. His next chance isn't about two years. Ah,

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Tommy DeVito, founding member of the Four Seasons, dies

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:53 min | 3 d ago

Tommy DeVito, founding member of the Four Seasons, dies

"Founding member of the four Seasons, has died. Tommy DeVito died last night in Las Vegas. He was a native of Belleville, New Jersey, He began performing with Frankie Valli and the fifties even before forming the four seasons in 1960, their story the basis for Jersey Boys. NJ dot com Reports. DeVito had just been hospitalized for the Corona virus. Tommy DeVito was 92

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New York City Will Rename Brooklyn Municipal Building After Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:02 min | 3 d ago

New York City Will Rename Brooklyn Municipal Building After Ruth Bader Ginsburg

"Mayor de Blasio has announced the city will rename the Brooklyn Municipal Building after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg Ginsberg was from Brooklyn. In fact, Ginsburg would only have buildings named after her and a statue of her erected in Brooklyn shall also have A new bobblehead. Where's WCBS is Peter Haskell made bobble heads have sports stars, pro wrestlers and even presidents, but never a Supreme Court justice until now. People have an affinity, especially people of history of political figures, or those that had a significant impact on on society into Raisinets, CEO of Collect Ako, a Long Island company. Keepsake Pull self for 39 95 $5 from each sound will go to the U. A bubblehead is seven inches tall. We have her holding her gavel. The base is shaped like a gavel base at holding the constitution in her arm hasten things. Ginsberg deserves this tribute.

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New York City restaurant owners respond to indoor dining restrictions

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:33 sec | 3 d ago

New York City restaurant owners respond to indoor dining restrictions

"Owners who sued Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo last month for not allowing indoor dining. Have amended that lawsuit now that Cuomo was okayed indoor dining at 25% capacity, September 30th. Their revised lawsuit demands 50% capacity. Owners say they can't cover their operating costs. If they're only allowed 25% and with the colder weather coming, the owners won't be able to rely on outdoor dining. Cuomo has said If New York's Corona virus infection rates stays low restaurants would increase their capacity to 50%. On November 1st.

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Over 330 elephants suddenly collapsed and died. Scientists now have an explanation

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:48 sec | 3 d ago

Over 330 elephants suddenly collapsed and died. Scientists now have an explanation

"And for months, scientists have been baffled as to why hundreds of elephants have died. In Botswana. Alarm bells rang when 330 elephants were found dead in Botswana earlier this year, many near watering holes. Now, scientists say a microscopic algae called cyanobacteria is to blame. So we know the elephants to really be the only animal, for example, that is drinking below the surface of the water. Just really wear the growth of the cyanobacteria. He's the blue green algae caused the animals to run in circles and dragged their hind legs. According to eye witnesses. Samples were rushed the laboratories in South Africa, Canada, Zimbabwe, and the U. S to determine the cause. CBS is Ian Lee with that story, and that same bacteria is turning up in lakes across the Northeast and ponds to

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Boris Johnson Introduces New Covid-19 Restrictions to Curb Second Wave in the U.K.

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:25 sec | 3 d ago

Boris Johnson Introduces New Covid-19 Restrictions to Curb Second Wave in the U.K.

"Virus restrictions air going into place around the UK pubs will be closing at 10. PM Prime Minister Boris Johnson breaking the new, I'm sorry that this will affect many business is just getting back on their feet, but we must act to stop the virus from being transmitted in bars on DH restaurants. Other changes store workers will need to wear face masks and weddings will be limited to a maximum of 15 people across the UK

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Cuomo says New York commercial eviction ban extended to Oct. 20

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:58 sec | 4 d ago

Cuomo says New York commercial eviction ban extended to Oct. 20

"Governor Cuomo is extending New York's ban on commercial evictions for another month, but restaurants and bars they're still looking for more help. WCBS reporter Steve Burns has the story. With the clock ticking down and the uncertainty growing Governor Cuomo's announcing a last minute extension to New York state's ban on commercial evictions. It's been extended for another month through October. 20th. For bars and restaurants. It's one shred of good news, but they say a lot more help is needed. The monthly survey from the New York City hospitality Alliance shows 87% of respondents weren't able to pay full rent in August. That number is held steady through the summer and through an expansion of outdoor dining. Indoor dining is scheduled to start next week. In the city, the only a 25% capacity the alliance is executive director Andrew Ritchie is calling for rent relief, a roadmap to expanding indoor dining and an indefinite extension for outdoor dining Right now, those outdoor seats air set to go away after Halloween.

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Man charged in Black protester's fatal shooting kills himself: lawyer

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:37 sec | 4 d ago

Man charged in Black protester's fatal shooting kills himself: lawyer

"Man charged in the death of a protester in Nebraska has committed suicide. 38 year old Jacob Gardner was found dead outside a medical clinic and Hillsboro, Oregon. The Omaha, Nebraska bar owner was indicted last week on charges including manslaughter. The fatal shooting of a black man during protest in Omaha, Gardner's lawyer stood Dorner. I am angry at not having an opportunity to defend a man who acted in self defense. Jordan says Gardener suffered from PTSD after serving in Iraq and that he had a a war war flashback flashback during during the the protest protest over over police police brutality brutality and and racial racial injustice. injustice. Jim Jim Crystal, Crystal, a a CBS CBS News News

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Amal Clooney quits UK role over 'lamentable' Brexit plan

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:33 sec | Last week

Amal Clooney quits UK role over 'lamentable' Brexit plan

"In protest over the U. K's threat to violate an international treaty. The United Kingdom's special envoy, a media freedom Amal Clooney quits Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney has quit her role is the U. K's envoy on press freedoms. She says she cannot represent a country that has openly said it will break international law in order to gain a trade advantage after Brexit the British government says it is ready to roll back parts of the hard won protocol on Northern Ireland. Designed to uphold a peace agreement that has held for two decades.

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Disney World plans to reopen one water park in 2021

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:35 sec | Last week

Disney World plans to reopen one water park in 2021

"World theme parks in Florida re opened in July, but the water parks may not open till next year. The Magic Kingdom in Epcot have been open since July. Hollywood studios, an animal kingdom have followed. But Disney World may not be able to reopen either of its two water parks until next March, about a year after they shut down. Company hasn't released any plans and park officials have said they need to get government approval before reopening either Typhoon Lagoon or Blizzard Beach, presumably under social distancing rules, including limited capacity and reservations required. For now, Disney says it's waiting for the right time.

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Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:23 min | Last week

Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine

"Reported cove in 19 cases around the world has just topped 30 million. The World Health Organization says alarming rates of transmission can be seen again in Europe. CBS News correspondent Holly William's got rare access to one facility in London, where they're working to mass mass produce produce the the vaccine vaccine as as early early as as November. November. There There are are 36 36 vaccines vaccines for for covert covert 19 19 currently currently in in human human trials, trials, according according to to the the World World Health Organization, and we were given rare access to a facility here in the United Kingdom, where a vaccine could very soon go into production. This sterile production line could be mass producing a vaccine against covert 19 within weeks. Right now they're training stuff filling glass vials with water. They could start filling vials of a coded vaccine here as early as November. Maybe even before a vaccine has been approved, and that's because as soon as they get that final approval, they want to start sending it out to the public. These are unprecedented times and require unprecedented injuries and the world needs about 7.5 billion population to be covered, managing director of Walker at UK, Ravi LeMay told us his facility can produce up to 240 million doses of a new vaccine in a year. But if the vaccine they start producing here doesn't get approved for safety. They'll simply have to throw it out. Isn't a gamble isn't a gamble to start packaging up millions of doses of the vaccine before has that final approval. I won't say it again. Well, I would say this is investment in public in Oxford Vaccine, arguably the front runner in the race to stop the new virus, despite a recent pause in its trial will likely be produced here. The U. S government has given more than a billion dollars to the drug company behind it. AstraZeneca to secure at least 300 Million doses With the world's biggest vaccine manufacturer, which is based in India warned this week that production is not being wrapped up quickly enough. And it could take until 2024 to produce enough doses of vaccine to cover the entire world that CBS News correspondent Holly Williams and as of this moment, covert 19 has killed more than 198. 1000 Americans. President Trump

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Federal funding threatened over transgender athlete policy

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:31 sec | Last week

Federal funding threatened over transgender athlete policy

"Of Education is threatening to withhold magnet school funding for Connecticut District's if they follow a state policy that allows transgender girls to compete in girls High school sports. To get the federal funding school districts have been asked to sign a document that states they will not participate in any interscholastic sporting events in less Connecticut. Inter Last Interscholastic Athletic Conference changes its policy. Connecticut's attorney general, says he's working to secure the funding for the district's that air, refusing to sign the document.

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"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:04 min | Last month

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Afternoon on Michael Wallace, three things to know it for 45 1 Mayor de Blasio is not giving into Union calls for city schools to delay in person learning. He vows to reopen schools safely. He's adding 400 nurses to schools that didn't have full time nurses before the pandemic. Number two of the Justice Department's accusing Yale University of illegally discriminating against Asian American and white students and its admissions process. The two year probe found yell, rejects scores of Asian, American and white applicants each year based on their race. Whom otherwise the school would admit. And number three and a historic deal brokered by the U. S. Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to establish diplomatic ties. CBS News correspondent Robert Burger is joining us from Jerusalem. Robert What are the terms of this new peace deal? The main thing is that Israel has agreed to postpone its planned annexation of large parts of the West Bank. So this seems to be some kind of Ah quid pro quo. Israel putting that plan off which worship was, of course, very controversial and widely opposed by Arab countries in Europe. Um, so basically, the Israel agreed to put that off in exchange for a peace deal, and that's a good thing for Israel and the United Arab Emirates is saying it's a good thing for the region. The Palestinians still appear upset Why Basically, the Palestinians didn't want an Arab countries to normalize relations with Israel until there was some kind of a peace deal that includes the Palestinians, and that includes Israel. Basically handing over large parts of the West Bank in order to create a Palestinian state. Now the Israelis have tried to bypass the Palestinians by making peace with both Egypt and Jordan. And now this is a big win for Israel getting a peace deal with the U. A. That doesn't really include any kind of concessions to the Palestinians. So with the USA signing a deal with Israel. Could this open the door for other Arab states to do the same? What's what's the talk there? Absolutely. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he expects other states follow suit. He said that this opens a new era and historic era and Israel's relations with the Arab world. President Trump also when he made the sun accept unexpected announcement. Said he expects other Arab states to follow suit. We don't know who that might be one possibility. Maybe Saudi Arabia. That would be something here's wouldn't it. Right. I mean, basically, you know all these countries they were part of the Arab boycott against Israel Back in the night, the innkeeper war in 1973. It's a sea change. I should point out that, you know, Maybe one of the big reasons is that they have a common enemy, which is Iran. CBS news correspondent Robert Burger in Jerusalem. Robert Always good to hear from you. Thanks for joining us. Thank you, Michael, by the way, Palestinians this afternoon say they are re calling their ambassador from the United Arab Emirates. WCBS news time for 48 traffic.

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"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:53 min | 5 months ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Our coverage Michael Wallace with more after CBS news coming up at two o'clock but right now at one fifty five let's get the latest right now or in Bloomberg money news on WCBS this is a Bloomberg money minute you want stocks to climb because major economies H. toward reopening and financial companies a leading today's gains on a surprisingly good earnings report from Deutsche Bank the Dow is up two hundred ninety one points nasdaq up a hundred and three S. and P. five hundred up forty points you're given a giving your next iPhone to the growing list of plants being delayed by the corona virus pandemic apple is pushing back production of its iPhones by about a month and they are more worries about a possible meat shortage almost one third of the nation's pork plants and now temporarily closed its co bid nineteen seconds employees at American stuck inside their homes the eating a lot more avocado toast and guacamole the price of the box above the cuddles from Mexico shot up sixty percent in the past six weeks Donna Wilson Bloomberg radio all right it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming after they've come at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new lyrics of the rhetoric progressive casualty insurance company affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law there are everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases wash your hands avoid close contact with people who are sick avoid touching your eyes nose and.

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"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good afternoon I'm Michael Wallace three things to know at four forty five one ahead of coming out with new national coronavirus guidelines president trump's telling governors they will call their own shots on how to ease the lockdown restrictions number two governor Cuomo's extending new York's coronavirus shut down until may fifteenth he says hospitalizations and ICU admissions continue to fall and three governor Murphy's keeping public schools shut down until may fifteenth he's thanking New York for setting new Jersey one hundred ventilators the navy hospital ship USNS comfort has been docked at pier ninety on the west side for more than two weeks now our Steve Scott checked in with captain Patrick amber amber Spock whose commanding officer of the comforts medical treatment facility how many patients do you have on board the comfort now and what's the criteria for accepting patients under the ship I understand there's a a checklist of sorts so we have a cared for over one hundred and thirty patients so far we have approximately thirty in the ICU eighteen of those vented many of them are are very very sick as you can imagine multi system organ failure acute respiratory distress syndrome you know kind of same thing this city is being so we did start out with a a very robust criteria for acceptance aboard the ship we work with B. the city of New York the Javits center to communicate more effectively what our capabilities are to the city and those hospitals within the city so the criteria has diminished greatly as far as exclusion criteria and what we look for is really that that doctor to doctor communications which again that would be almost any hospital system to ensure that the right patients are arriving to the comfort care I wonder if you can give us a snapshot in words of what life is like inside your medical treatment facility on the comfort I I'm sure a lot of our listeners are curious as to what it's like in there yes we are a fully functioning hospital locks we have a CT scanner we have radiology pharmacy lab we have the ability to house our own personnel aboard the ship which we did when we first arrived here in New York so the entire crew of over a thousand was aboard the ship as a result of remission changing to Corbett positive we've actually been able to decompress the the the ship a bit by moving most of our clinicians are our providers physicians nurses requirement to a hotel on shore which helps that social distancing and decompressing the burning areas and areas which we and that's just one of those benefits that we put in place to to help keep the cold at nineteen virus from spreading across the ship docked at pier ninety on the west side captain Patrick hammer Spock is commanding officer of the U. S. and S. comfort's medical treatment facility captain thank you for coming on and giving us an update we appreciate it thank you very much for having me I appreciate it four forty eight at W. C. B. S. traffic and weather together sponsored by one eight seven seven eight abuse here's Tom Kaminski all right let's start first off on the garden state parkway delays northbound as we get to infer the area of the Bergen tolls we have a stall one lane is blocked seeing delays in Mars County on route eighty both ways into the area of exit thirty four those ramps onto the northbound side of route fifteen continue to be closed that's ongoing repair work we've had delays on seventy eight westbound at exit twenty six in Lambton at bay with a collision there now cleared away note for you on the southern state we did have that crash westbound at the cross island that's now clear travel lanes re opened their Staten Island expressway delays now you for clover road we have the construction clear but now getting reports of a collision and one lane closed there I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center how.

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"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:11 min | 5 months ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"B. S. afternoon on Michael Wallace three things to know at four fifteen one a power struggle may be emerging over who will eventually reopen the country's president trump asserted that's his role shortly before governor Cuomo announced he is leading a group of six governors who plan to coordinate their efforts in the northeast number two twenty one New York City public school teachers have died of the corona virus there among fifty department of education employees who have died and three governor Murphy says more new Jerseyans have died of the virus that were killed in the Korean and Vietnam wars combined more than twenty four hundred now dead in New Jersey Nassau County executive Laura Curran spoke today about the process of re opening businesses eventually W. C. B. S.'s Sophia hall has that story and that's the county the county executive Laura Curran says business owners have been calling is they're planning when they are allowed to reopen a lot of our business owners are reaching out for guidance on where the cleaning protocols what do they have to do to get their places of work ready to re open and I would just tear them all to CDC dot gov that has a great list of cleaning protocols and other kinds of important information that when we do get back you can start thinking about how we get back to normal you can start planning for that she says any re opening would be on a statewide level not county wide level and they are still awaiting approval for first responders to get antibody testing they're all hearing the dialogue on the national level and on the state level about these antibodies tests antibody test I can just tell you that everybody's waiting for the approval must also come on a statewide level Sophia hall WCBS newsradio eight eight eight president trump appears to have soured on Dr Anthony Fauci leading members coronavirus task force the White House insisted today thought you will not be fired more from CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the president has publicly expressed support for Anthony Fauci but on Twitter Sunday night he shared a post with the seventy seven million followers the call for the doctor's firing followed found she suggested that implementing social distancing sooner might have saved lives found she's been head of infectious diseases at an I H. since the Reagan era the CBS news poll conducted last week shows Americans by a six to one margin hold found she in high esteem just seven percent said they had an unfavorable view of him the author of the tweet chaired by the president praised the president for issuing travel restrictions against China in early February the Supreme Court will make history when it hears oral arguments by teleconference next month all the justices will take part remotely one case involves president trump's tax returns Laurie Levenson is a law professor at Loyola law school in LA I think it's extraordinary that the Supreme Court is having telephonic arguments but we live in extraordinary times I don't think however it means that the Supreme Court is going to embrace technology in the future as soon as it safe they may go back to the old fashioned way of only hearing arguments in the court room the court postponed arguments for March and April because of the corona virus the justices have been calling in remotely to conduct their private conferences only Chief Justice John Roberts has gone to the courthouse to coordinate those conferences for eighteen at W. C. B. S. traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by one eight seven seven eight abused him Feldman delays continue on metro north Michael on the Harlem line between parties in southeast that's because of a tree on the tracks near Croton falls also delays between golden bridge in Grand Central operating on twenty five minute delays Danbury branch weather related track condition at Beth el service right now suspended between Bethel and Danbury and on the New Canaan branch delays averaging twenty minutes that's because of some earlier power issues to the roads on Long Island you're so far so good on the L. E. in the southern state east bound however on the northern state right around exit forty one some flooding to watch out for north bouncy for those to be expressway on the ramp to old country road still closed and that is because of a downed tree still dealing with a crash in queens west bound side of the L. E. right before the Clearview in the left lane all lanes re opened on the eastbound side disabled vehicle westbound Grand Central to Q. gardens interchange in both directions of the L. E. by the fairgrounds some flooding blocking a couple lanes nextra pick update less than ten minutes.

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"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:39 min | 7 months ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I'm John Metaxas Michael Wallace three things to know at five forty five number one New York state has eleven new coronavirus cases for a total of forty four most of them are connected to a new Rochelle lawyer New Jersey has its third case a man in his sixties hospitalized in Camden County number two president trump visited the centers for disease control this afternoon after a staffer there tested negative for corona virus earlier the president toward the tornado damage in Tennessee and number three one side effect of all the concerns around corona viruses a decrease in blood donations W. CBS's Steve burns looked into this and he is joining us so Steve why are we seeing a decrease in donations there are a few reasons here guys first of all is one we can probably all understand people are just more apprehensive about going out and and doing medical related things The New York flood center told me they are seeing a lot of self deferrals that means their regular donors are postponing their donations and the other big thing they're seeing or their mobile blood drives getting cancelled these are hosted and you know schools religious institutions office buildings and a lot of these places are taking fewer chances on who they bring in while we deal with corona virus so so so far now the blood center told me they're seeing kind of the beginnings of a decrease in they wanna put fears to rest before the snowballs into a bigger problem in sh possibly a shortage what's the blood center saying to help reassure people yeah they're kind of just did saying the process is safe that the the volunteers are trained just just kind of redoubling their efforts here that it's a clean environment essentially kind of begging and pleading these donors and these drive host to stay the course you know keep their appointments there's no evidence that corona virus can be spread through blood but either way all the usual guidelines around donors still apply that people aren't eligible to donate if they have a cold a sore throat flu like symptoms other also occur urging people not to donate if they've recently traveled to a country experiencing a big corona virus outbreak or if they've been in contact with anyone who might have it see how bad is the shortage how important are these donations for hospitals and for patients yeah the shortage so far isn't too bad but they they said they are seeing kind of the beginnings of a problem here and they definitely want to put a stop to it because when you think about blood donations what I was told it was put to me was that if we run out of blood it puts us all at even greater risk these blood donations are often literal lifesavers for people and it's an even bigger concern because only about five percent of the eligible donor population you're actually donates so if they start having some second thoughts it's not always easy to find new donors and that's when you might start seeing a shortage thank you Steve W. CBS's Steve burns five forty eight at W. CBS traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Stony Brook medicine back to Tom Kaminski all right back up to Fairfield County Connecticut turnpike from Greenwich redditor Darien and Norwalk you get just a little bit of a break and then having an from Westport right after Bridgeport Merritt parkway really not even that much of a break from Greenwich up to New Canaan and then from Norwalk credit for Fairfield we've had delays in Westchester on route two eighty seven from White Plains onto an across the the of wall onto the northbound through and then to it across to Cuomo Tappan Zee bridge right on up toward the palisades in continuing right out toward the garden state parkway parkway itself lots of southbound bonding getting toward the Bergen tolls and more delays from at least the the area of one forty eight on down through one forty and more delays down for one thirty five and Clark had a couple of earlier issues they're cleared just getting a look here the belt parkway the eastbound side is one long line now from the very center bridge right out through Kennedy airport and right in that area of the van Wyk is where we're seeing there's a a little bit of a break and that might be the problem spot right there just in the areas you would approach sunrise highway getting reports of a truck that got on to the roadway at that spot we've had westbound delays and for that area as well I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center grace five day forecast up next at Stony Brook university hospital patient outcomes are among the nation's best according to healthgrades that's why Stony Brook was named one of America's one hundred best hospitals for twenty twenty learn more at Stony Brook medicine dot E. D. U. now I tell the weather with Craig and Craig like the tree that falls in the forest and nobody hears it a storm happens in the ocean and nobody sees it is it a storm it is a Stormont tell you that much if anybody's going to be looking on satellite or radar or your fish but if this is gonna be one heck of a powerful storm out there I got an interesting tweet just a little while ago from someone with a questioning saying Hey what if this storm was a little bit closer and and it had been snow around here well you know I I was taking a look at what is going to do out there over the ocean we are about eighteen inches below normal in terms of snowfall for the season that's pretty obvious if this storm was closer and in the perfect spot we probably would have made up that deficit in one fell swoop just with this storm alone so that gives you an idea of I guess are lucky if you didn't want that kind of snow fall around here a few periods of rain there will be some wet snow flakes mixed in across the Poconos and Catskills in western Hudson Valley and then later tonight perhaps over eastern Long Island as well as eastern Connecticut in on out towards the Cape tomorrow clouds breaking for some sun this powerful storm will be moving away near forty five it'll be windy though clear and cold Saturday night Sunday sunshine and milder highs back up into the mid fifties and the Altes five day forecast sunny with unseasonable warm for this time of year on Monday highs in the mid sixties Tuesday sixty to sixty five and.

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06:08 min | 7 months ago

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"Eighth by Michael Wallace I'm Jill level it's five thirty one of the W. C. B. S. afternoon roundup the Dow plummeted again today on corona virus concerns it was down more than a thousand points early in the day to close down just three hundred fifty seven points for the week the Dow fell more than twelve percent the nasdaq ended up the day one point ahead Alexis Christophorus of Yahoo finance is joining us on our news line Alexis give us some historical perspective how bad has this week been on Wall Street well we're looking at wrapping up the market's worst weekly loss since two thousand eight and for the financial markets this is really unsettling new territory what's different about this selloff versus say what we saw in two thousand eight and nine with the Great Recession and again in twenty eleven is that the corona virus is a non financial exhaustion and shock to the market and the potential impact this is going to have on the global economy is huge and unknown we don't know if this will be short lived we'll have a long lasting impact and so we're seeing investors running for the exits not just from U. S. markets from global markets it's not just stocks it's commodities and bonds as well so that doesn't sound like there's any market sector that's weathering the coronavirus storm this week is there there are very few places to hide people are putting their money into the bond market that's bringing interest rates down good news if you're looking for a loan not so great if you're looking for some sort of a return on your money or in the in your savings I think it's important for people when they see these big drops they can be really scary and especially if you have money tied up in a retirement account if you don't need that money in the next couple of years as hard as it is to see these big drops these drastic moves our tremendous buying opportunities you know even before the selloff there was talk that this market was too rich valuations were too high and we were overdue for a correction so in some ways this is healthy I think what has surprised a lot of people is the speed at which this has happened I mean just February nineteenth this market was at a record high it took the stock market just the for days to lose more than ten percent and be in correction territory we have never seen a selloff that quick said chairman Jerome Powell who to this afternoon the fed may cut interest rates could that provide a boost here and then we stop the bleeding I was a little surprised we didn't get more of a boost when he came out and said that because for days now we've been hearing a lot of market strategists saying you know maybe a a rate cut is needed here to give a boost to the global economy at the end of the day the fed can't fix corona virus I think until we start getting some better headlines about the virus it's going to be hard for the stock market to find a bottom Lexus Kristofferson who finance thank you very much after meeting with Connecticut state and local health officials and earlier with federal health officials Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal says we are not ready for an outbreak of coronavirus the senator is joining us on our news line I just finished a very sobering meeting where local and state health officials what I learned is there is a potential real shortage of essential equipment and tools needed to diagnose and treat that potential looming crisis with this dreaded disease what I am seeing and hearing is that there can be a shortage of gloves protective equipment mass but also diagnostic tests that are absolutely necessary to stop the spread of corona virus and we're facing a looming crisis Washington is doing little or nothing and what it's doing it's too late there has to be a whole of government all hands on deck crisis approach here to spur the manufacturing of financial equipment tools as not to cause panic but preparedness is essential preparedness not panic but manufacturers do beasts birds and may be directed to produce more and do it more quickly because this protective gear everything from B. brooms in quarantine equipment to protective gear masks gloves but bother but also diagnostic tests they're all going to be in short supply the administration is saying that we should all just relax a little bit but it's really not that bad the administration seems more interested in clamping down on information and happy talk as well as ensuring experts who have knowledge than it is in keeping us safe that is a betrayal of public interest and it also causes a destruction of public trust which is so essential to public health administration is squandering and betraying public interest and public trust in public health and that is a great short coming thank you senator Connecticut senator Richard Blumenthal W. CBS news time five thirty six what's new today's topic who deserves to win big this season my two cents good drivers I mean that's why there's snapshot from progressive let's go to Rick for some confusing metaphors look if you put a classically trained cellist in a garage band you tell them to play filet Mignon I guarantee you the meat on that burrito ain't gonna like the candle thanks for clarifying Rick if you're a good driver there's no other way to say you deserve discounts with snapshot progressive casualty insurance company affiliates snapshot not available in California North Carolina or from all agents you know what shocking that your home could be stolen this easily that's the brutal lesson Debra learned when thieves found her home's title online forged it and literally took ownership of her home in an instant thieves legally own Deborah's home she got evicted and spent a fortune in legal fees trying to get it back you know the FBI calls home.

Michael Wallace
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03:03 min | 7 months ago

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"Michael Wallace and I'm Steve Scott with three things to know it's five fifteen one the Dow fell a record one thousand one hundred ninety one points today with investors worried corona virus will spread in the U. S. to California has reported the first case of the virus in a patient who had no known contact with anyone infected and number three it's not just corona virus that's spreading misinformation about the disease is spreading online W. C. B. S.'s Linda Lopez spoke with Jevon west the director of the center for an informed public at the university of Washington so people are anxious about this they're seeking out information and when something explodes into the media like this does that leave us all more vulnerable to misinformation yeah I actually do think that it does leave us a little bit more vulnerable and that's because we want up to date information we want it up to the second and that's when purveyors of misinformation are really on the hunt they're out there you know spreading rumors to make money they're out there to spread propaganda they're out there because some people think they actually do genuinely have the answer and it's during crisis events like this coronavirus outbreak that we are more susceptible to that sort of thing around corona virus what kind of misinformation are you saying what's the most concerning we're seeing just from first glance is there's rumors everywhere there's of course lots of rumors around the origin of this particular infectious disease there is of course one of the most famous ones that came out of on biology lab many scientists around the world not just in China have debunked that claim I think it's a very dangerous claim as well there's lots and lots of rumors about how to treat it if you get corona virus like drinking bleach short some new elixir that someone styling or some vitamin really be aware of those kinds of things like that but the magical sticks and the sort of origin of this particular this particular infectious disease but it is there's rumors everywhere about anything it because during this during crisis events you get these knowledge vacuums and that's when all the all those that you know have some crazy rumors D. L. J. I just sort of jump in and try to provide answers to be aware of that what's the best way to spot misinformation what's your best best advice for knowing something's not credible well I think first of all it's times like this that we need to rely on those institutions that have many many people working on Nash around the clock and not to places like the World Health Organization CDC and terms of things that you see online if you see something that sounds a little suspicious you usually you're right about that if it sounds too bad to be true or too good to be true if it invokes like an emotional response or you know a real beer I think those are the kinds of tweets to be aware of I would say another piece of advice is just to slow.

Michael Wallace Steve Scott
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04:10 min | 7 months ago

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"I'm Steve Scott Michael Wallace three things to know at five forty five one a Manhattan jury has found Harvey Weinstein guilty of forcible sex assault and third degree rape but found him not guilty of the most serious charges of predatory sex assault face up to twenty five years in prison when he's sentenced on March eleventh number two prosecutors on Long Island say surveillance video from the garage where an eight year old boy froze to death was deleted the boy's father's been charged with murder and number three Wall Street took a dive today as fears over the covered nineteen corona virus led to more economic down turn around the world the Dow down more than a thousand points today the nasdaq was down nearly four percent Bloomberg's day Wilson joins us with more day what is driving the anxiety and grabbing the numbers down there's real concern about whether the corona virus is going to become an issue in terms of economic growth in terms of corporate earnings I mean things kind of come front and center because it's not just a Chinese or even an Asian issue at this point you know having people dying in quarantines in Italy for example it got people's attention you know it it's now being worked out more broadly as an issue for the U. S. economy and for U. S. companies is it a supply chain issue I mean with more more economies kind of shutting down we can't get the stuff we need that is a big piece of it no question and we went through this this period went and you had the lunar new year holiday in China late in January companies that will otherwise be making things like iPhones decided to extend the brakes and then you you come up with more issues you know coming out of that so yeah it is largely as a supply chain issue but not only that because you know you have a question of the companies that do business in China you know to what extent are their sales going to be affected as people just don't go out of their apartments you know some people say it's a buying opportunity the dell B. back up four hundred points tomorrow but these covert nineteen fears are going to disappear overnight are they know they're not really what it comes down to is that if anything people kind of minimize the potential effects of the virus on companies because you know in some cases where and companies provided guidance about where their earnings might go this year their sales they didn't even bother to factor in the corona virus because they don't really have a good sense of how it might play out and then when companies did provide some indication that they would be hurt by the effects of the virus they got a pass largely from investors I mean maybe not apple because the DA last week they came out with a cautionary a statement in their shares fell but they didn't fall whole lock so it really looks like that everything's kind of coming home to roost at this point that's been arguably bubbling up for a few weeks now Dave Wilson a Bloomberg Dave thank you for joining us today you're welcome five forty eight at W. C. traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by Stony Brook medicine Tom Kaminski restart and this time we are going to start on the west side Steve delays not terrible but we do advise him from about the nineties northbound on the west side up toward the one forties and up to the outbound G. WBTV sightseeing some slowdowns in for the mid sixties again at the RFK bridge and from about the one forties one fifties on up on the westbound side of the cross Bronx it as we get in for third Avenue went over to the G. W. being the major Deegan still lots of body in there on the northbound side of getting up toward that area of the cross Bronx and seeing more delays even on up toward Fordham road we did have that earlier issue on the elevated Parker southbound some emergency repair work and that does appear to be out of the way the op on Lincoln and Holland really not more than a ten to fifteen minutes away anywhere around the inbound side of the Lincoln the with about a twenty minute delay it is heavy in Nassau County on the westbound side of the L. I. E. actually out of Suffolk in for round swamp road exit forty eight we had a collision and we have also reports of fire department activity in that area too I'm Tom Kaminski in the W. CBS traffic center Greg's.

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03:51 min | 8 months ago

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"B. B. S. I'm Steve Scott Michael Wallace three things to know at three forty five one closing arguments have wrapped up but president trump's impeachment trial house managers urge senators to remove the president from office citing what they called overwhelming evidence his defense team claimed the impeachment case was just an effort to undo the twenty sixteen election and she this year's election number two Rush Limbaugh into the show today by announcing he has advanced lung cancer he said he will miss some shows all the gets treatment and over three the city health department is awaiting test results on three people who have symptoms of coronavirus all three had recently been in central China stocks plunged in China overnight on fears of the economic impact of coronavirus Bloomberg health reporter Michelle Cortez is on our news line Michelle thanks for joining us what's the latest on the outbreak in central China well it is just still going gangbusters over there we have over seventeen thousand cases now three hundred and sixty dash and the end is not yet in sight China has accused the U. S. of over reacting to the outbreak house so yeah well so the United States is now at not allowing any foreign nationals into U. S. to stand on in China in the past fourteen days just a hard hard no for everyone for Americans it is Dan or toke who has a green card and that sort of thing they're allowed to come into the United States but they're going to be tested for sent down to and if you have any symptoms quarantine if you're coming from his day problems all those folks will be quarantined as well there's just restriction after restriction after Mr genetically and even here they're saying the goal is to close down the pirate they don't think they're gonna be able to keep it out entirely but they don't want to be able to quit cold kind of things are being a little bit attractive US officials say they will stop at nothing to protect American some show what's the latest on coronavirus cases here in the U. S. we have eleven cases here in the United States we have four more over the weekend there are now two cases of human to human transfer mission but those were very close contacts they believe that you need to be within six feet of someone in order to have the virus in order to take it out it's not yet clear whether it can be transmitted between people who don't have symptoms but certainly that won't be a very efficient way for it to happen but we are things will go from person to person in the United States and that's very worrisome to health officials Michelle thanks for the update Bloomberg health reporter Michelle Cortez latest on coronavirus W. C. B. S. news time three forty eight traffic and weather together on the H. sponsored by we design and why update on the FDR here's Jim Feldman pretty slow southbound from the arcade down to thirty fourth street that's where we see a broken down vehicle blocking a lane on ways northbound lanes to getting into the area and then beyond that getting up in the seventies Henry Hudson parkway slowdowns continue north bound from ninety six three of two hundred and twenty fifth St Harlem river drive it's also bumper to bumper as well heading to the Appan George delay starting right around the Madison Avenue bridge to queens to the Grand Central westbound on the ramp to the east leg on the southbound side of beach you we we do have reports of a crash and are seen delays back starting at Citi field right now in north bound Elise too on the B. Q. we from the LA you getting up to around northern Boulevard ally E. itself bumper to bumper eastbound from the B. Q. we towards the clear view you've got all the southbound side of the cross island parkway coming away from the Throggs neck bridge down to the L. I II and then mortally is getting down to Belmont Park outbound side of the Holland tunnel right now you do have delays building it's about fifteen minutes there it's also about ten to fifteen app outside Lincoln tunnel and forty five of the cross Bronx to the op and shatter GWB now getting word of a crash on Staten Island it is westbound on the.

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04:05 min | 9 months ago

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"S. good afternoon Michael Wallace three things to know at three fifteen one the houses voted to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate later today house speaker Nancy Pelosi is name seven impeachment managers to be led by intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff the group also includes two new Yorkers Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler and congressman Akeem Jeffries number two Jersey city mayor Stephen Philip is promoting three police officers to detective for their quick response to last month's deadly kosher supermarket shooting the three were able to trap the shooters in the store away from a Jewish school next door and three president trump assigned phase one of the trade deal with China under which China will buy more American agricultural products and the U. S. will cancel or reduce some of its tariffs the personal finance website wallet hub so smoking costs the U. S. more than three hundred billion dollars a year in medical care in lost productivity and that number is rising here's wallet hubs gio Gonzalez states in order places where it and most expensive to be a smoker include the district of Columbia Connecticut and New York and that's really based on how much each pack of cigarettes costs and the taxes on that package the study found new Yorkers spend one hundred ninety five thousand dollars out of pocket for smoking over their lifetimes that's the highest total in any state Connecticut smokers pay the most for smoking related health care costs over their lifetimes more than two hundred ninety thousand dollars each rap mogul Jay Z. as filed the lawsuit on behalf of some prisoners in Mississippi more than two dozen inmates in Mississippi have sued the state saying understaffed prisons are quote plagued by violence and prisoners are forced to live in decrepit and dangerous conditions the federal lawsuit follows an outbreak of violence that killed five inmates had left an undisclosed number of others injured in recent weeks prisoner advocates of call of the US justice department to look into possible civil rights violations in the prison violence Jim chrysalis CBS news a new bill in Albany would guarantee attorneys for illegal immigrants facing deportation the liberty defense project and the New York immigrant family unity project already provide free legal counsel to immigrants facing deportation but this new bill would codify their right to an attorney in the law advocates say the current programs are capacity and more needs to be done as the number of deportations rises under the trump administration a huge gun rights rally planned in Virginia next week is triggered concerns that the demonstration could become violent fearing a repeat of the deadly violence during the twenty seventeen white supremacist rally in Charlottesville Virginia governor Ralph north the plans to declare a temporary emergency banning all guns and weapons from the area near the state capitol in Richmond ahead of a major gun rights rally Monday gun rights advocates including militia groups are planning to so call lobby day seeking to block gun control legislation backed by Democrats including the governor Jim chrysalis CBS news are you serious news time three eighteen traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids latest on two eighty seven in New Jersey Hurston Feldman and Michael the latest is status quo on the southbound side where it is bumper to bumper for a couple of miles getting past exit thirty three Tulane still block to the crash south down route nine at Taylor's mill road in an album that accident there everything is completely shut down with that in south on route one and I'm every thirty five in Woodbridge an accident involving a truck does have at least one lane shut down the sport sponsored by spot hero to Westchester county northbound side of the spring brook parkway right by Central Park Avenue we do have an accident while it is on the shoulder lot of delays of people turning to take a look in fact the going back on the rocks were parkway by the cross county parkway to Connecticut south bound I ninety five right by exit to in Greenwich there is a crash and it is jammed up on the northbound side of the mirror parkway right or an exit forty eight in trouble an accident does have one bling blah one lane blocked it is the left lane but that's a four mile backup January is the season for new beginnings try something new by parking with spot hero just download the spot hero at type in your destination and reserve your spot use promo code eighty on the app to save ten dollars off your first park extravagant take less than ten minutes away.

Michael Wallace
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02:23 min | 9 months ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On W. B. B. S. Michael Wallace and I'm Steve Scott with three things to know at five fifty one Connecticut state police have charged voters to Los with the murder of his estranged wife Jennifer do Los presidentes scene so she drop their kids off at school in New Canaan in may so this is girl friend and former Attorney have been charged with conspiracy to commit murder to jury selection began today in the sexual assault trial of Harvey Weinstein in lower Manhattan before it began the judge threaten to throw one scene in jail for using his cell phone in the court room and number three at least one person was killed and eight injured in the latest earthquake to rock port a Rico the magnitude six point four quake was followed by several strong aftershocks the entire island is without electricity after power plants were shut down as a precaution five sixteen Nassau County is going greener from the county buildings to the county vehicles to the trash we recycle Nassau County executive lower current says the county has many plans to be greener and she made the announcement here on Nickerson beach we're going to convert to begin to convert our county fleet too low or no a mission and fuel efficient vehicles and promote the re use and recycling of items now you may be saying Kelly doesn't really do much with garbage however we will work with our municipalities that do deal with sanitation on these goals and it will cost millions to make the changes some of the money coming from grants Adrian Esposito from the citizens campaign for the environment says in the long run the county will save money by making things climate smart people don't know this but the greatest energy waste in America is the energy leaking from old buildings so a lot of these efficiency measures will save money and save the environment so be hold the B. C. B. S. news radio eight eighty governor Cuomo was unveiled the three hundred million dollar plan to revamp the Erie Canal the canal cost the state more than a hundred million dollars a year to maintain but only generates two and a half million in revenue annually the project would fund economic development and flood mitigation work a state oversight agency is tonight a Chinatown landlords request to install a fingerprint scanner at the entrance of a five story walk up the agency says privacy concerns outweigh any added security benefit the system may have the ruling could have a ripple effect on the growing push to use biometric entry systems in residential buildings there were nearly thirty thousand weekday delays.

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02:24 min | 9 months ago

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"Michael Wallace three things to know and one forty five one New Canaan police tweeted one word justice the state police arrested photos do Los and charged with the murder of his choice to his estranged wife Jennifer dealers was last seen in New Canaan in may to jury selection is underway in Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial in Manhattan before it began the judge threaten to throw one still in jail for using a cell phone in the courtroom and three secretary of state Mike Pompeii defends the air strike that killed Iran's top general and says he hopes Iran won't make any more bad decisions the death toll from the stampede a general Qassem Soleimani funeral has risen to fifty six firefighters in Australia are trying to shore up defenses against those wildfires before scorching temperatures returned a few days this is been Australia's hottest and driest year on record but the prime minister refuses to blame climate change scientists have given they warnings and senior Australian five Thor he's have agreed the massive bush five crisis facing Australia right now is the result of climate change but the prime minister Scott Morrison still want have anything off it he says a stride yet does not need to drastically cut its emissions anytime soon Australia is the second largest emitter of carbon emissions per capita behind the United States Scott my men for CBS news Brisbane Australia donations are still pouring in as people from all around the world try to help the fire fighting a first down under Australian born actor Chris Hemsworth has pledged to donate one million dollars and he's encouraging his followers on social media to support groups like the Australian red cross and the world wildlife fund to help a new report says greenhouse gas emissions in the U. S. fell two point one percent in twenty nineteen the independent researcher rhodium group says the nation's coal fired electricity output dropped eighteen percent to the lowest level since nineteen ninety five nineteen seventy five but Rhodians Trevor Hauser says there's also bad news almost all of the gains in emissions last year occurred in the electric power sector which is important but only accounts for about twenty five percent of total emissions so missions from transportation buildings industry remained relatively unchanged the report urges the trump administration to strengthen regulations on the industrial agricultural and waste sectors to reduce emissions one forty eight at WCBS traffic.

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02:26 min | 10 months ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You know Michael Wallace three things to know and one forty five one the house Judiciary Committee is hearing arguments for and against impeachments democratic lawyers say president trump put himself above the nation when he pressed crane to investigate Joe Biden Republicans say the evidence is riddled with hearsay presumptions and speculation two police are searching for a driver who left the scene of a deadly accident in the Bronx yesterday the other driver was an off duty NYPD officer who was allegedly drunk and three the first survivor of child sexual abuse to sue the Vatican spoke out today John below show says he was an altar boy when cardinal Theodore McCarrick abused him McCarrick was the archbishop of New York at the time pharmaceutical companies and health care providers are now turning to celebrities and social media influencers to get out their message and house and I have endometriosis actress Julianne Hough with publicly criticized for her Instagram post raising awareness of endometriosis which are actually sponsored by the maker of a drug that treats the disease representative told us she's no longer involved with a pharmaceutical company and Kim Kardashian west post about a drug for morning sickness prompted a twenty fifteen warning letter from the FDA which said it did not include enough safety information CBS is Tony to cobalt on CBS this morning Dr David agus listed some of his concerns about celebrities recommending health products are they sponsored by somebody the second is when they're recommending a product you really have to take a step back you're talking about a disease providing information I love the recommending products in health just shouldn't be done in today's world Dr David agus the golden globe nominations are out today Meryl Streep scored her thirty fourth golden globe nomination the most ever by an individual CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman has more from Beverly hills the Hollywood awards season is under way among films nominated for the top golden glow best dramatic film is marriage store but she didn't hate me also up for best dramatic film is the Irishman higher Frank is Jimmy Hoffa other nominees include joker nineteen seventeen and the two popes among films up for Best Musical or comedy once upon a time in Hollywood and knives out among performers nominated Leonardo di Caprio Al Pacino Renee Zellweger and Scarlett Johannson Steve Futterman CBS news at the golden globe nominations in Beverly hills at the annual Kennedy center honors last night.

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"B. B. S. Michael Wallace three things to know and one fifteen one NYPD commissioner James o'neill has decided to fire officer Daniel Pantaleo for the chokehold death of Eric garner o'neill says he knows some officers will be upset with the decision but he says he's looking out for them to Attorney General William Barr his reassigning the acting director of the federal bureau of prisons after Jeffrey Epstein suicide at the metropolitan correctional center in lower Manhattan and three New York mayor Ross Blokus as residents impacted by the lead in the city's water supply will get free bottled water for another month he says that's how long it'll take for test to show how serious the problem is more now on the decision to fire officer Daniel Pantaleo commissioner James o'neill explain just minutes ago what went into his decision making no one believes that officer Pantaleo get out of bed on July seventeenth two thousand and fourteen king he would make choices and take actions during an otherwise routine arrest that lead to another person's test what offices choices and actions even made under extreme pressure matter unlikely that Mister garner thought he was in such poor health and a brief struggle with police would cause his death he should have decided against resisting arrest but I manage family lost his life that is an irreversible tragedy no hardworking police officer with the family man who took this job to do good to make a difference in his home community has now lost his chosen career that is a different kind of tragedy in this case the unintended consequence of Mr garner's death must have a consequence of its own therefore I agree with the deputy commissioner of trials legal findings and recommendations this clear that Daniel Pantaleo can no longer effectively service in New York City police officer in carrying out the court's reticent verdict in this case I take no pleasure I know that many will disagree with this decision and that is their right they're absolutely no victors here today not the gonna family not the community at large and certainly not the courageous men and women of the police department their own lives on the line every single day in service and to the people of this great city today's a day of reckoning but can also be a day of reconciliation and why pretty commissioner James o'neill explaining his decision to fire and my P. D. officer Daniel Pantaleo for the chokehold death of Eric garner the president of the PBA the police benevolent association Pat Lynch has just put out a statement in response to the firing it says quote police commissioner o'neill has made his choice he has chosen politics in his own self interest over the police officers he claims to lead with this decision commissioner o'neill has opened the door for politicians to dictate the outcome of every single NYPD disciplinary proceeding without any regard for the facts of the case or police officers due process right that the statement from union president Pat Lynch much more to come throughout the afternoon here on WCBS on the firing of officer Daniel Pantaleo one eighteen after the traffic.

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02:01 min | 1 year ago

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"C. B. S. on Michael Wallace some of the stories we're following this afternoon a judge sentences Mexican drug lord Joaquin el Chapo Guzman the life in prison without parole the family and supporters of Eric garner will hold protests today on the fifth anniversary of his death the house may vote today on Texas congressman al green's articles of impeachment against president trump and families of those lost in the Boeing Max seven thirty seven crashes tell Congress Boeing hasn't reached out to the much now one thirteen a check of sports first here's rich Ackerman and Michael met send twins being delayed shortly and no rain right now but there is a possibility in the forecast so the start time has been pushed back a little more than a half an hour so they will get underway at twelve forty five local time one forty five eastern time as they complete the two game series the Yankees and raise continue there series tonight at the stadium of game three in a couple of swings last night may be memorable points of the season with the offense struggling the last couple days Erin judge change that with a two run Homer to put the yanks ahead for good the eighth before Didi Gregorius belt at a grand slam the mingle her mind will go for his twelfth win tonight against Yanni Torino's here the game on WFAN with first pitch at seven oh five sports first the twelve and forty two best every hour Hummer Jack about one fourteen at WCBS New York Attorney General tissue James is vowing to defend the state's new rent laws now the landlord groups filed a lawsuit challenging them the Los strength in the restrictions on rent increases and allow city statewide to opt into rent stabilization landlords claim the law's amount to the illegal taking of private property and are unconstitutional New Jersey environmental officials of closed another large lake because of a dangerous algae bloom Greenwood lake straddles the state line with New York it stretches from West Orange west Milford that is to Orange County officials say no one should go in Greenwood lake the bacteria and that algae bloom can cause a skin rash if it's swallowed it can cause nausea vomiting and headaches new Jersey's largest lake lake Hopatcong is still close for third week because of an algae bloom one fifteen at WCBS.

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"B. B. S. I'm Michael Wallace and I'm Steve Scott three things to know at five forty five one sixteen thousand P. SEG customers on Long Island are still waiting for the power to come back on after yesterday's storms knocked down powerlines and trees some customers will get their power back until Wednesday to merit of law's you'll will award NYPD detective Lou Alvarez a posthumous key to the city Alvarez lost his battle with cancer early Saturday less than three weeks after testifying before Congress about the need to make the nine eleven victim compensation fund permanent and three reports of the nerve agent sarin and facebooks mail facility in Menlo Park California prompted evacuations today fire officials that we're now backing off those reports it's five forty six at W. C. B. S. bill Baroni one of the convicted Bridgegate co conspirators has been ordered released from prison while his appeal heads to the U. S. Supreme Court WCBS reporter Peter Haskell has been following this story and joins us of Peter what was behind the judge's decision today well in front of the U. S. Supreme Court agreed to hear this case and what the what the two defendants have said is that the lawn the case was misapplied now that the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case the federal judge has said that Bernie can be released in April he started serving an eighteen month term now we get to that of reprieve they all have to wait to see what happens next what is the status of the other convicted bridge gates defended Bridget Anne Kelly so Bridget Kelly was sentenced to thirteen months in prison she was scheduled to report on July tenth that is now very much in question there was no ruling.

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"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"michael wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"A third allegation of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh Cavanaugh calls it ridiculous as the twilight zone. Michael wallace. We'll have the latest on that coming up in five minutes. Now at two fifty-five a WCBS Jack of money news sponsored by Frankel benefits. Stocks up a bit. The Dow up thirty points twenty six thousand five twenty three s and p at six the NASDAQ is up thirty seven almost one half of one percent now the good life from CNBC. Here's a toast to sparkling wine while total wine consumption in the US increased. By only one percent last year. It is still a growing beverage category at a time when beer sales have gone flat. The beverage information group says the biggest growing type of wine is sparkling wine like champagne or its Spanish cousin kava, or it's talion. Cousin Presario bubbly is seeing growth because consumers are discovering that it's not just for special occasions. Most sparkling wines. Are imported champagne can only be called champagne if it comes from the champagne region of France, and it's made in the traditional style. And the US is forecast to overtake the UK as the largest importer of sparkling wines in the world by the year. Twenty twenty one American made sparkling wines used to be considered. Well, maybe not quite up to par but they've been ascending for years, especially since some of Francis. Top producers invested heavily in California with a good life report. I'm su- Harare CNBC for WCBS NewsRadio eighty right.

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