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Chuck Yeager, Test Pilot Who Broke the Sound Barrier, Is Dead at 97
"Could imagine pouring in. Following word of his death at the age of 97. Air Force. Captain Chuck Yeager was so determined to break the sound barrier. He wouldn't let a riding accident get in the way Ah, fall from a horse left him with two broken ribs. But Knowing that would keep him from flying an experimental aircraft. He didn't tell us superior so younger flew in the history with his ribs taped up an event retold in the movie. The right stuff must be something wrong with this old Mach meter jump from off the scale. Date was October 14th 1947, But because the project was top secret, the flight would not be announced till the following year. Chuck Yeager later trained pilots to become astronauts. He retired from the military in 1975. As a brigadier general. Mike Sugarman. CBS NEWS Japanese Space Agency officials say they are delighted by the return of
9/11 Victims Compensation Fund is running out of money
"Changes for the nine eleven victims compensation fund cutting payments because they are low on cash WCBS reporter, Mike sugarman has the update claims are skyrocketing. There are still too many people getting sick because of nine eleven than there is currently money to pay for their care. We received more clams in the four months since the publications than we usually get an entire year. But better Charrier is the special master of the compensation fund and she says five billion out of seven billion dollars. Allocated has already been spent in January alone. We got time. The usual monthly claim volume. John feel was a nine eleven responder who has become an advocate. He says they just need more money came on congress because they want to show the typically responsible when they spend money like jelly beans is an insult Representative Peter King, sponsored the first Bill and will ask for more. But he says it could be hard. It's subliminal anti sometimes it's obvious and soon so soon as we bring it up they're going to be assuming that some people in the congress would be Sumi at this is, you know, people looking for free handouts. We'll be more hearings later
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"But just barely gets above freezing for a little while snow arrives towards the end of the day into tomorrow night. And the snow will come down hard at times. There's no doubt that as soon as it starts. It's going to start accumulating because of the intensity of the snow. However with these latest runs of information that are coming in. It's every run is getting a little bit warmer again a loft not at the surface. So what does that mean? It means that we go from snow to sleet to freezing rain rather than rain for. Many inland suburbs. Yeah. The coastal go to rain because the wind will be coming in off the water and that a warm it up above thirty two but inland, not the case. So we could be dealing with significant icing on top of the snow. And then all of this comes to an end with a flash freeze anyway during Sunday evening and Sunday night. More details at four zero eight. All right. Thank you, Craig mayor de Blasios telling New Yorkers to stay put when the storm hits tomorrow night into Sunday, rich lamb with the latest mayor de Blasio was asked how the city is preparing differently for this storm than it did win a November twenty eighth snowfall last autumn. Paralyzed the city and surrounding areas we are right now hearing three to six is the normal and six to nine is the worst case, that's the formal report from the national weather service. That's all we need to know to throw everything we got into the situation. But when it is eleven pm the night before and you're being told one inch of snow come on guys. We are not gonna send in the Sixth Fleet in that situation. When we finally had more information it was too late to make the really big adjustment. In this case advise the mayor do your chores during the day Saturday, then get off the streets before the storm arrives rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight New York. State officials say they are taking the storm very seriously, and they're working to make sure the failures of past storms don't repeat themselves this weekend. Mike sugarman.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mall in Jersey City. Let's go live to the scene. WCBS reporter, Mike sugarman, Mike. We are about to get updated on the situation by the mayor and the city police chief, but what we know right now is as you say shots were fired just after six o'clock tonight in the food court of this very popular mall. There are police everywhere as I drove in from the Holland tunnel. Traffic was not that bad. But every other car you saw was the police car the mall is currently locked down. We don't know where the suspect is we believe at least two people have been injured. They have been taken to the hospital. There is no one in the ball right now. The assembled media have gathered just inside the door with police stopping us from going anywhere else in the ball. We are not sure if the search continues, but as I say moments from now, we will be getting an update on the police and the mayor and at the moment. Your ports center mall is locked down. There's no one inside as the suspect. We believe is being hunted in this small. All right. Thank you. Mike sugarman live at Newport center mall, in Jersey City, seven thirty two a WCBS. CBS news update. This is no payday for hundreds of thousands of federal workers who are caught in the government shutdown over a border wall. For now. President Trump is not taking what he calls the easy way out of the stalemate CBS has Nicole Killian what we heard him do was kind of hit the pause button a little bit by saying, you know, I could do this national emergency. But I don't wanna do it so fast, and he was asked and pressed on this further that, you know, declaring a national emergency would be the easy way out. Senators Tim Kaine and Mark Warner met with furloughed workers in Virginia today. Amir a chemist with the EPA says many of his colleagues are worried and under financial strain. I hear from my colleagues that.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Here's Mike sugarman, George. Herbert Walker Bush being remembered by people who may or may not have voted for him fondly. He tried to get good for the country as a good guy. I think is a good president a good family man, accomplished a storybook life. He was a war hero. He did a lie. He's frigging. What was he like president and vice president also? And then he went to he was also CIA is a lot of things not exactly in that order. But yes, all true. And compared to the current resident of the White House making us, like a bully nation or whatever. Bush didn't do that. None of this. Bush Bush did. As a politician should do the memories fond of George Herbert Walker. Bush who left the White House almost thirty years ago at Grand Central station. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty meanwhile, governor Cuomo and mayor blah's you'll have ordered government flags to be flown at half-staff New York in honor of George Bush senior in a statement Cuomo call the former Republican president a great unifier of Americans always putting country before party. He also added that Bush showed the compassion decency and good humor that is often lacking. In our politics today, mayor de Blasio took to Twitter to say Bush had devoted his life to serving our nation. The forty first US president died Friday at his home in Houston. Texas the age of ninety four later tonight on CBS, sixty minutes will reflect on the passing of George H W Bush with a unique tribute presidents Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and George W Bush will reflect on the life and legacy of the forty first president and tear their personal experiences. Make sure to tune into sixty minutes tonight at seven on CBS. You can also hear the broadcast right here on WCBS. Eight eighty crowds gathered in the heart of the west village, Saturday observing world aids day WCBS Steve burns was their New York City council speaker Cory Johnson calls it a weird feeling simultaneously,.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Loved his brother love this sister-in-law like a sister loved those children would never do anything to harm them. Then who slaughtered the family? The defense has not offered any hypothesis thus far the prosecutor says financial issues with a couple of family businesses led to the murderous rampage after which Canario allegedly said his own home on fire with his wife and two daughters inside in freehold, Sean Adams, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty authorities. In Cape May county have found the body of an elderly woman who had been missing since yesterday when a fire damaged three homes in Seattle city. Eighty nine year old MAURICE Alinsky was found in her apartment fired started in a nearby home to people in that home suffered burns and smoke. Inhalation? The cause of the fire still under investigation the family of a cabdriver who died of a heart attack. While changing a tire is suing the NYPD. Mike sugarman explains. Sixty one year old cabbie Magni Abu drove a taxi for thirty years this summer mall, changing a tire on the west side highway. He had a heart attack, and he died. He was discovered by a passer-by and that person called the police department who responded attorney Josh Moskovitz says the cops could have easily looked inside the cab to see his hack license. Find out who he was. But for some reason, they didn't and they ended up recording him as an unidentified person. So for two days, it's family didn't know where he was what had happened until the city finally got a hold of them by then it was too late for the traditional Muslim death rituals, which need to be done twenty four hours after death. Moskovitz has been hired by the family, which is suing the city and the NYPD obviously negligent, and and we think it was reckless if not completely indifferent. The city calls the situation tragic and says it's reviewing the legal case. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty calms traffic and Craig's weekend forecast next. When.
Trump fails to end New York lawsuit over his charity
"A state judge dismisses president President Trump's lawyers attempts to stop New York from suing the president and the Trump foundation. Mike sugarman breaks down was the Trump foundation charity piggy-bank uses a checkbook for the Trump families political activities. That's what the New York state attorney general is charging in a lawsuit that Trump's lawyers argued was politically motivated, but a judge has now ruled
Rejecting Claim of Presidential Immunity, Judge Allows Lawsuit Against Trump Foundation to Proceed
"Lawyer said no that's not true. But in any case he can't be tried now because he's president that argument has been thrown out here the lawsuit. He's not immune from prosecution when the lawsuit is dealing with his unofficial capacities is unofficial duties at a time that took place before. Before he became president CBS legal analyst and NYU. Professor Thane Rosenbaum says the ruling from the New York state supreme court Justice Salman, scar Pouliot will most certainly be appealed. And if it gets all the way to the US supreme court Justice Brett Cavanaugh said during his confirmation hearings that he doesn't think a sitting president should have to go through any kind of trial in Brooklyn. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty twenty five year old Stephen O'Brien of queens turned himself into the one hundred eighth precinct this morning in connection with the thanksgiving. Barbara Sunnyside that killed twenty one year old Danny McGee originally from Ireland. According to police early yesterday morning,
Trump loses bid to dismiss New York lawsuit over his charity
"From suing the president. And the Trump foundation New York contends, Donald Trump ran has foundation without regard to the law. Mike sugarman has this was the Trump foundation charity piggy-bank uses a checkbook for the Trump families political activities. That's what the New York state attorney general is charging in a lawsuit that Trump's lawyers argued was politically motivated, but a judge has now ruled it is not if you're going to receive tax exempt status. You have to conform with corporate governance issues for do Sherry duties, but especially no self-dealing and no engagement in in political activities CBS legal analyst and NYU. Professor Thane Rosenbaum says just to sell the an Scarpa Leah ruled that the case can go on that. There was no prejudice in the states bringing the case. And she ruled that the case can go on even though he's the president lawyers had argued he's too busy being president to be bothered by lawsuit. I don't think the case is necessarily over Trump's lawyers can certainly appeal and he believes they will in Brooklyn. Mike, sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty a man
Measles outbreak increasing in New York
"Twenty one of the largest outbreaks of measles in New York. State in modern times is in Rockland county, and it's getting worse. Mike sugarman, explain schools. You're taking new action to keep unvaccinated kids at home more measles mean more schools and more students are affected in Rockland county, nine more schools are now under a minimum vaccination order total thirty four what that means is that all schools in the village of new square and any other in the county with less than eighty percent of their students vaccinated will be required to keep those students home at last count. There are fifty five cases of measles in Rockland county, the law in New York state says kids have to get a vaccination, but some parents fear the shots can lead to autism. That's been widely debunked, but some parents refuse. Anyway. A this outbreak is thought to have started with tourists from Europe with vaccines, not
"mike sugarman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"You live to New York and checking with former KCBS reporter, Mike sugarman as the as aim to defeat the Yankees tonight. Speaking of that. We've got Joe Hughes in for Kevin the rap on the KCBS sportsline. Yeah. Because we're getting ready for the big game in New York between the nets and the Knicks in the preseason. No, no, no. It's the as getting ready to take on the Yankees as back in the postseason for the first time since two thousand fourteen only second baseman jed Lowrie was on the roster. The last time the as were in the playoffs. It's not too bad that they're on the road is jed Lowry's hit nineteen of his twenty three homers away from Oakland this year. But as skipper Bob Melvin isn't worried about his team's lack of experience, you know, if you've had postseason experience, and you've struggled than that can be worse on you than going in for the first time. I mean, they're just excited about plan. And you know, until you go in certainly there's some unknowns. But they're just excited about the venue. Yankee Stadium is terrific place to play. They know it's going to be loud. They know it's going to be exciting. And I think they're looking forward to that. And really not taking it any further out than that. Only eleven of the as twenty-five players have any postseason experience. Tonight. The as are going to go with reliever Liam Hendriks distort the game. Then Bob Melvin says he has a semi script depending on situation for how to use the bullpen the rest of the game. Inky skipper. Aaron Boone though thinks his team is up to the challenge. Obviously we've had a lot of time leading up to this to prepare for the different guys in their bullpen. So I feel like our guys are up to speed as much as each of them want to be on who they might see tonight those impossible. Good news for the as road teams are have won seven of the last thirteen games in the wildcard matchup over the last time. These were in the wildcard they were on the road didn't fare. So well going to extra innings in a loss to the royals and under the cover of baseball, the San Jose Sharks are back in action for the first time this season ready to drop the puck in San Jose at seven thirty while they host the dut the ducks a team they swept out of the postseason. There's going to be Vander Cain. Eric Carlson in the lineup. Tonight bender Cain will get the start on the third line though. It's something he says he doesn't mind doing we'll tell you more about that. When we're back with you at five fifty. Eighteen Joe Hughes. It's sports at fifteen and forty five and one oh, six nine AM, seven forty KCBS. Hey,.
President, Donald Trump and David Ortiz discussed on WCBS Programming
"Texas police have arrested a US border patrol agent as a suspected serial killer. KRLD David Berle with details. David Ortiz was arrested early Saturday and Laredo after fleeing from state troopers and hiding in a hotel. L parking lot Webb county district. Attorney is cedar. Albany said that the thirties were led to our tease after a woman. He tried to kidnap escape from him that led to the determination that Ortiz should be charged in the women's deaths.
Piece of old Tappan Zee Bridge destabilizes, delays opening of Cuomo Bridge
"Parts of the old tappan Zee bridge are in danger of collapsing alarming piece of news comes as the bridge. It's replacing the Mario Cuomo was just about to open mic. Sugarman has an explanation. David chorale up in Tarrytown was excited about the long awaited second span of the Mario Cuomo bridge post of opened up the self spin. Yes, plus name, and they didn't they didn't because they discovered parts of the old bridge. It's replacing the tappan Zee good crumble. Well, governor Andrew Cuomo who presided over a big hoopla Friday. But today headed tell people why it's not happening. So we have not transferred the traffic onto the new spanned until we know definitively that nothing is going to happen on the old bridge that would affect the new span old rusted pieces on the old bridge unstable. He says how could this happen five years into building four billion dollars later? Not his doing complicating factor is this does not only old it's the tappan Zee contractor company he says, and that's he's blaming no word win. The second span will open the northern span continues to carry
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"City high eighty seven then for Tuesday sunny. To partly cloudy hot and humid I after ninety two it is sixty four in, White Plains this morning seventy one in Newark sixty. Nine in central park no more arrests, for most people in New York City of caught with marijuana the police policy changed, yesterday, Mike, sugarman, explain Too many. People were getting popped for pot mayor Bill de Blasio or committed to. Reducing unnecessary arrest especially when eighty. Five percent of those taken to jail for marijuana were black or. Hispanic the highest form of reducing disparity. Is to reduce. The overall number of arrests so starting, today no arrests for smoking pot a summons and a fine one hundred dollar fine it's still not legal though the state of New York is moving in that direction like. Nine other states and the district of Columbia could mean ten thousand fewer arrests, every year and will free up cops, for other things still in danger of. Going to jail. For those with, a warrant or are, on parole or. Violent offender otherwise just, pay the fine Mike sugarman WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty, governor Cuomo announcing fifteen, so called listening sessions together, public input on proposals to legalize recreational marijuana though sessions will be held around. The state beginning with one, Thursday in. Albany State officials say public comments at the sessions will be taken into. Account as proposals to legalize pot drafted lawmakers expect to consider the issue after they reconvene in January sports on the way still unsure, go to college this fall landmark college in southern Vermont is the college of choice for. Students with learning disabilities ADHD autism and executive function challenges if you're trying to. Break the chain, of failure landmark college can give you the support you..
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Life you meet very few truly great men, he was one of them says Senator Charles Schumer on the loss of Senator John, McCain the Senate Country world are lesser, places tonight With the loss of John, McCain and congressman Peter King. Says he knew McCain very well and he never met a more honest and strong person in his life Purpose was to do, whatever has to be done to defend America he was. A stalwart he just. Loved the country and I'm experienced toward him that emerge always had to be strong, always stand by the men, and, women who have uniform just a. Great guy. I go on forever and governor Cuomo says America lost one of her greatest warriors. Sophia hall to CBS News Radio eight eighty WCBS news time five oh four now that those vaults full of catch and kill stories at the, Enquirer are open we can. Probably expect all sorts of things to fly out of them because life Includes the possibility of hearing more. About an alleged love child fathered by Donald Trump the man who claims it's true might. Have been in a place to know is free to talk. About it now are, Mike sugarman has details juden is now free to talk. About what he knows about an. Alleged Trump lovechild was, a doorman at Trump Tower and three years ago sold a story to the National Enquirer that. Story that Trump and. A housekeeper had an affair and the woman got pregnant she had a baby girl the Enquirer, never published the story as it didn't with other stories. That could have made. Trump look bad the doorman couldn't talk about that story publicly after taking thirty thousand, dollars from the paper you could, have been liable for a million. Dollars in. Penalties if he did now his lawyer says the paper has released from the contract. So he is free to talk and the lawyer says he will Mike sugarman WCBS S..
Two charged for boy's death at New Mexico compound
"Fifty threes in his house continues police in New Mexico say new child abuse charges that. Can carry a penalty of life in prison. Have been filed against the father and stepmother of a three year old. Boy whose body was found at a ramshackle. Compound the remains discovered inside an underground tunnel at that compound near the Colorado state line defendants were among. Five adults and eleven children. Found living in squalor during August, third
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Appliances dot com Three thirty five let's go to Brooklyn criminal corridor Mike sugarman covering the arraignment of Tom Friedman, a sex abuse charges Mike, what can you tell us well I'm not, sure, how much. You heard me the first time but Thomas Friedman Fredin Had a. Dinner party at his house almost a year ago and guess relief. Here's, a woman a fifty five? Year, old woman and they've been friends for many years we understand, says that he bird She went to believe just recently and the police. Went to his, house this morning in Brooklyn and, arrested him charge with touching abuse and. Harassment and in the Stephen freezing And then a long, career in public health. Says, of these charges do not reflect who. He is or his private and, public behavior or values Thomas Friedman of course well known in New York political circles as well he's he's got, a lot of connections here He does an and. He oversaw, lodge changes, in New York as health, Commissioner under pretty much. Under, Bloomberg in the in the two thousands You made sure. That calorie counts went up. On restaurant menus and he was behind many of the the smoking bans and he was behind the free condoms so he was. Very active any went onto the CDC under Obama and where he was there among other things under the within the the Zeka doozy's out Am I what is next in this, case where do. We. Go from here well we are currently, waiting for his arraignment he was arrested and usually, takes eighteen hours twenty four hours to get, rain but the court officials admit he. A big name and they a lot of people a lot of pressure they don't want them hanging around all night which could happen, okay so you. Should get a rain. Today and then he goes to the normal criminal case pay, my thanks WCBS Mike sugarman at Brooklyn criminal court awaiting the arraignment of Thomas Friedman free to. Three thirty seven on WCBS. On the air at eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app download it down take us with you Hi this is Lisa Stewart director of the eisneramper center for.
ACS program will remove tattoos from sex trafficking victims, ex-gang members
"Well New York City has announced, a new program aimed at gang members and sex workers who wanna. Leave, life, behind but, still have the markings constantly, to, remind them of it, tattoos well reporter Mike sugarman talk with anchors Mike Wallison. Steve Scott on the afternoon round up about? How to leave that stuff behind Mike what kind of tattoos are we talking about well there from either When you join, a, gang or, you become a sex worker and have. A, pimp, you often get a tattoo and that's part of your life and if, you leave that life you still have that tattoo so this could be. The, first time a city, is taking. This move they're going to remove your tattoo for free they'll be individual doctors and tattoo artists who. Do it now but the city is, going to get involved in arranging it for you and it's it will direct people to go to the places where you can get, those tattoos removed, and and tattoos re really mean something to a gang member of the time it's a sense of belonging or. They're forced into it or pressure by other gang members and sex workers to, they're often, just. Children, so this is really a kind of a big deal to help erase the past and Mike you talk about, the fact that it will be free and you might think well. Big, deal, but removing, a tattoo can be expensive, well, they I heard ten, thousand dollars sometimes hundreds tens of thousands of dollars there. At least three providers who will be doing? This, for free and The city's setting up with the children's services, agency to get those people to these people to get them removed I don't. Know much about tattoo removal but I do know it hurts a, lot right well, they claim a dozen really I. Don't know much about that to getting tattoos or removing them but they say won't hurt that much at
Faculty At Connecticut School Sexually Abused Students
"Five confession from another prestigious boarding school where they, are admitting sexual abuse of students over the years, WCBS reporter, Mike sugarman tells us, administrators are apologizing bad things were happening at the private. Boarding school Hodge kiss in Connecticut very bad things they were more than a quarter of a century ago but the school is now admitting them in a new report sexual abuse, by several faculty members between the years of nineteen sixty nine in nineteen ninety one teacher ended up marrying, two of students there, were gynecological exams there were not. Necessary. Seven former faculty members were named the schools no policy is, to the. Victims some of whom have said they have suffered, deep depression since the statute of limitations has run out on the men named Hotchkiss joins Emma. Willard and showed hall as other prestigious schools who have, admitted. Such
Fans Injured at Backstreet Boys Concert After Storm-Related Incident
"York the backstreet boys have canceled. A show at an Oklahoma casino after at least fourteen fans are heard to right before the concert KRLD radio Scott, west has a story winsor world casino resort in soccer Ville Oklahoma was hosting a backstreet boys concert Saturday night when the storm packing seventy. To eighty mph winds caused the concrete structure, outside the, venue, to, collapse a Winstar spokesperson says officials asked concert goers to move inside the casino around five. After lightning got within four. Miles of the casino about one hundred and fifty people decided to stay outdoors in, line for the show when the wind knocked down the concrete. Entrance trusses injuring the fans all fourteen were treated, at the scene and taken to area
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Nine clear low around seventy. Tonight partly cloudy very warm maybe some showers tomorrow with a high of eighty eight it's Eighty-six now to three around a dozen New Jersey. Transit trains were cancelled today governor Murphy who has been critical of NJIT in the past returned from vacation today and, got an update from transit officials are Mike sugarman was there governor Murphy. Spent his first morning back from an Italian vacation meeting. With top executive nj transit and said. He's setting up a war room to deal with this summer of hell there have actually been incidents of violence against transit. Workers I understand the frustration and the anger let. Us please not take, this out physically or even aggress On the folks that you're. Dealing with. Out there engineers union is, being blamed for some of, the trouble because unplanned absences have left trains at the. Station. They say they only get, five, six days a year and if they. Use them up they have to use one of those, absences but the governor doesn't buy that completely there, are some folks who are. Still any any population, then the bad apple category engineers shortages and modernisation work. Have caused dozens of delays and cancellations on, a daily. Basis nine new engineers are. Set to come on track next week that might help in Newark Mike sugarman WCBS NewsRadio eighty the NYPD is taken down more than twenty. Suspected drug dealers in the city's biggest public housing complex Steve burns has been looking into that in two thousand sixteen, says NYPD inspector Don bowler there were no shootings at the queen's bridge. Houses the city's and country's largest public housing development last. Year there were one or two but. This year so far he says there have been five shootings We start the investigation because we saw a little spike in. Violence and we saw a lot of narcotics could be related investigation over the last eleven months netted twenty. Two arrests for drug sales and firearm possession basically there, was a crack cocaine was a, big part of it and heroin for the, most part and a little bit marijuana. The goal was to improve quality of life for the. Nearly seven thousand people that call queens bridge home I can assure you if you're living in. An apartment next to. One is selling definitely a lot less traffic out of the building in the stables at, one police plaza Steve birds. WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty it's two five on Long Island officials say a woman without a nursing license. Was teaching nursing to college students Sophia hall with that story see, still teaching up until. Recently the Nassau County DA says Sophia Clark is accused of lying even faking a document claiming. She still. Had a nursing license even, though it was revoked in, twenty twelve the forty eight year old Now faces seven. Years behind bars if convicted here was prosecutor Diane Paris so fair to the institution when somebody lies to. The institution it's not fair to students according to court. Documents clerks license was revoked, after being found guilty of filing false paperwork to the government see taunted both Adelphi university and the. Borough of Manhattan community. College Adelphi fired Clark and the borough, of Manhattan community college put her on administrative leave in the case of, the Delphi they asked her. For an updated for license and. She went to the trouble, of submitting to them a forged license Sophia hall WCBS NewsRadio eighty claims that a restaurant refused, to serve people because of their.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Mike sugarman, live in Asturias six thirty. Four WCBS a buffalo area congressman calls insider. Trading allegations against, him charges in fact meritless I'm Tom Foty you're congressman Chris, Collins plans to fight federal, criminal charges of, insider trading connected to his, role as board member of an. Australian biotech company I look forward to being fully vindicated and exonerated or Republican. Collins represents an area around buffalo and Rochester was an early Trump, supporter Jeffrey Berman's the US attorney for the southern district of New, York conspirators use the inside information to avoid over seven hundred and fifty. Thousand dollars, in losses Tom Foty CDS news Washington, Trump administration's gonna put new sanctions on Russia because of the nerve agent that. Poisoned a former Russian spy in his daughter in Britain, rush denies it all so that the State Department. Calls it a violation of international law. Here CBS reporter Kylie Atwood State Department, officials pointed out that. This, was a very complex process that, they had to go through one. Officials said it was a complicated piece of. Moving acquitted, and the determination shows. That the Trump administration is faithfully acting in accordance with US law and implementing sanctions where they're needed Russian lawmaker accuses the US of behaving. Like a police state and denounced the sanctions as Lynch law British Prime Minister Theresa may welcomes the US sanctions saying that the move. Sends an unequivocal message to Russia that it's provocative reckless behavior will not go unchallenged prosecutors say a man arrested at a New Mexico compound was training kids. To commit, school shootings, Sarraj highs made his, first court appearance yesterday Total of five adults are charged with child abuse after eleven kids were. Found malnourished at this compound over the weekend More on this very troubling story from Alison Martinez.
Dead fetus found in airplane toilet at LaGuardia Airport
"City's administration for children's services in two thousand fourteen. He had just finished up a twenty eight year stint in prison for murder he was still on parole today under the protocols that we currently use. For hiring, on this individual, would not have higher than. Hired into this position ACS Commissioner, David hansell says they've beefed up. Their standards but back in two thousand fourteen we use the Justice center standards they are the authority that the state what's. In place to review people who work in capacities working with children like, this he says under state guidelines lines only a violent crime that happened in the last decade would disqualify someone from that job edwards was convicted of second degree murder in one thousand nine hundred eighty two we're now doing spot checks on people who were hired previously under our prior protocols to make sure they would meet our current standards he says the child edwards accused of shoving is doing well outside the children's center on first avenue steve birds w._c._b._s. newsradio eight eighty a cleaning crew finds a dead fetus and a restroom on at american airlines plane hours after it landed at laguardia here's w._c._b._s. reporter mike sugarman with reaction when you hear the story There's really not much you. Can say loss of words incredible especially coming off an American Airlines plane especially. If you had used a restroom on this fetus wasn't found by a passenger rather a cleaning crew it was wrapped in a wad. Of toilet, paper on a plane that landed at LaGuardia from Charlotte just before eleven Monday night the. Crew founded, early Tuesday morning the. Queen's DA looking into the matter and they are sharing many more details if they have any you can only imagine, the pain of, the situation psychologically why. Would they leave it there Why didn't they go to. A hospital but then also like How did it happen not to mention the shock, and horror, of the, cleaners, who made that find. At LaGuardia Mike sugarman CBS News Radio eight eighty New Jersey police officer is charged with voluntary manslaughter in the shooting death of a man, reported to. Have been hanging on or. Jumping onto moving, cars near Pennsylvania amusement park. Lehigh county DA Jim Martin says Thirty-three-year-old south Whitehall township officer Jonathan Roselle had an unreasonable belief, that his. Safety was in danger when he fired a gun July. Twenty eighth here Dorney park Martin says forty four year old Joseph Santos of Hasbrouck heights who he describes his relatively inexperienced. Could also have used, his baton stun gun or pepper spray Roselle is on paid leave it Saito seven getting to. Know the cop on the beat. On this national night out that's coming? Up in three minutes Saint Francis is the number one heart hospital on Long Island we do more minimally invasive heart valve procedures than any. Other hospital on Long Island we're. Leader in the treatment? Of arrhythmia and we're the only hospital on Long Island. Nationally ranked in cardiology and heart, surgery by, US news, and, World Report eleven years. In a row eleven years that's a lot of lives saved and families kept together Saint Francis the heart center a member of Catholic health, services of. Long Island.
NRA, Congress and Steve Burns discussed on WCBS Programming
"Never more than fifteen minutes from, the big stories on WCBS good afternoon I'm John Metaxas Three things to know at three fifteen one heat and air quality advisors are. In effect. The city has opened cooling centers to help people beat the heat to a seventy one year old, man is charged with killing a co worker at a gas station on Long Island and three democratic politicians in both New. York and New Jersey are asking congress for more money to help protect voting machines from hacking but as WCBS Steve burns tells us the money appears, hard to come by at a recent house oversight and government. Reform committee meeting New York congresswoman Carolyn Maloney made it clear this. President and. Administration and congress Need to take this threat seriously and I. Would say this committee needs to take this threat seriously the threat, is more outside interference on the way in the upcoming midterm elections. Maloney's among the Democrats asking congress to set aside more money to help protect voting systems New Jersey was also the state's looking for some help after a recent report put it among the top five states most vulnerable, to, hacking. But that house committee. Meeting ended without a vote chairman trade out of South Carolina when it comes to not tipping, off our adversaries as to what we know and how we know it and what. We are. Doing to guard against it in the future if there's ever an argument for things to be done, in confidence I think that just the best Steve burns WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty the National Rifle Association has gone to court. Claiming the governor of New York is trying to put it out of business WCBS as Mike sugarman reports and the NRA are a bunch of bullies, in my opinion molly's no no no says the, NRA we're Being put out of business by that man governor Andrew Cuomo could have put them out of business I would have put him out of business twenty years ago all right here's the issue the. NRA started an insurance company called Kerry guard case a member shot, and killed someone critics called it murder insurance and the governor called. It illegal you bandit the NRA now says it can't get insurance because other companies are blackballing the NRA goes bankrupt and goes on to the next world the afterlife I will remember them in my thoughts and prayers, so, I. Want you to know that The NRA has filed a federal lawsuit claiming the. Blackball violates its first amendment rights in Melrose the Bronx Mike. Sugarman WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty. Connecticut epidemiologists say the state of seeing an unusually high number of mosquitoes infected with the deadly West Nile virus the, Connecticut agricultural experiment station has so. Far found virus infected mosquitoes in nineteen municipalities this year though no cases have turned. Up in humans or horses since two thousand there have been one hundred. Thirty four human cases of West Nile virus associated. Illness and three deaths in the state Traffic and weather together, on the eight here's. Mike Weinstein traffic in Brooklyn along.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"News time eleven. Oh three a fight and a Long. Island gas, station ends, in bloodshed Mike sugarman reports Glenn. Had odd scene here, in upscale Glenn head Nassau County yellow tape up a crime scene there were two individuals two males that were involved in, a workplace argument workplace being the citgo gas station on Glen. Head road at that time one male produced a firearm and did shoot the other male the man shot dead according to Richard LeBron of the Nassau, County police department back to stress to, the community that? This, is not a random act a neighbor. I talk. With named. Susan what second that yeah I'll still go to the gas station. Could prices they're nice. They don't need to lose business just because of something like this it's a family business. She was, going to go to. That gas station about the same time in this, unique she said but. Rain stopped her there's what police call a person of interest currently Being grilled by homicide in Glen head Nassau County, Mike sugarman, WCBS NewsRadio eight eighty authorities in New Jersey investigating two separate plane crashes at. Small, airports and, ocean and Burlington counties both crashes happened earlier this afternoon both. Pilots were injured. The crash at Lakewood township airport that. Plane carrying, a banner, landed in trees short of the. Runway the second crash, happened at south jersey regional air park Lumberton back plane rolled over while trying to land pilots are recovering at area hospitals, the looking into the crashes no breaks for riders with more. Delays and cancellations on the way WCBS Steve burns tells us why we can track work is the worst it makes it very difficult for everybody to, get to where they're going that.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The parent company. Of blue diamond almond breeze has recalled more than one. Hundred and forty five thousand containers of. Almond milk correspondent. Alex Hinton reports each p. hood LLC has issued a voluntary recall of half gallon cartons, of refrigerated vanilla Alvin. Breeze almond milk the recall was issued because the almond milk is contaminated. With cow's milk posing danger to people who, have no allergies the affected half gallons were shipped to stores in twenty eight states have a best by. Date of September second twenty eighteen the company has said consumers can return the product to the place of purchase for. A full refund I'm Alex in. A New Jersey lawmaker wants local food establishments to consider the variety of food allergies when, they, create, menus, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish tree, nuts peanuts. Wheat and soybeans thirty Eighty percent of families so Edison council. Member Sam Joshi wants restaurants and caterers in his town and there's almost a thousand total to tell customers if an item, has, one, of, those, in, a, restaurant only, has to, produce Or have one menu we'd go in and, ask for that special menu. If you wanted to know the CDC says food allergies. Are fifty percent pass twenty years and consequences of. Eating the wrong thing can be deadly. But isn't that, a lot, of work. For restaurants especially diners with huge. Menus it's really just a couple of. Hours worth, of work probably five to ten dollars to print it out it'll be a vote later this month that's WCBS reporter Mike sugarman New.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"It was a. Tornado, let's go live in the news line now at WCBS reporter Mike sugarman Mike I'm next to the meteorologist in charge of the New, York, office, ditman Ross, tell us it wasn't. There was a tornado Tornado touch touchdown about. Ten twenty pm last night. Here at one twenty four th street near Saint Padilla's. Church in that tornado traveled of nine city blocks, up to pals. Codes and by the time. It got up to the palace co park area the damage, was pretty, significant. We had almost fifty trees down in the park itself many of. The pass up there were very. Impassable very unusual occurrence Night mass well how uncommon is NATO in the. New York area well we get. Tornadoes in the, New York area within city, limits itself it's pretty rare the last time if you recall we had one in two thousand twelve and. Before that thousand in park slope in Brooklyn and another one in queens and we also had a macro bursts wins one hundred twenty five miles per hour that was a lot? That produce a lot more widespread damage this was very. Narrow in scope so you know they don't happen a lot and their extent could be a lot different depending on the size and and. The length of the storms this one was pretty unusual for this time. Of night and explain to. Me who never took a meteorology course what what makes. A tornado or tornado and. Differ from other store, so amac Roberta Dippers from a tornado and a, twenty two different cirmac reversed by the way, the wind pattern either converges or diverges. Away on a central path and in this particular case all. The damage was what was convergent. Along a single, path you could draw literally, draw a line from honor and twenty four th street all the way up to pals co and that's. Where the damage was in two thousand ten when we had the MAC reverse it was many city blocks it was very hard to actually find or pinpoint any one particular location? That you know It was it was, everywhere with. This event it was definitely a straight line and need a Supercell thunderstorms to do this and that's got it thank you very. Much Robin Thicke Dickman I I don't think we're dandruff anymore but, we, are, in New York City tornado touches down, here in college point in queens very educational will thank you Mike sugarman w CBS news time eleven thirty four plenty of riders, on New Jersey, transit trains faced a morning of frustration at least. Twenty trains were cancelled because, of signal failures and because of the installation of the safety. System called positive train control a cancellations are continuing problem for j. t. from June first through mid July three hundred. Thirty trains didn't run and another sixty four trains didn't. Complete their runs and looking ahead, starting on Monday August thirteenth. And for the rest of the month trains of the Raritan valley line could have delays Up to. Twenty, minutes also from. Nine in the, morning until four in the afternoon and that. Would be because of maintenance work which is. Planned to be done between Cranford and Raritan that keep it here on eight. Eighty will keep you. Up to date with, traffic, and weather together well the FBI says a twelve, year old girl from China who appears. To have been -ducted from Reagan national airport is. Believed to be. In extreme. Danger. Jinjing Ma was last seen. With an unidentified. Asian woman was reportedly traveling in. A white INFINITI SUV with New York, plates the amber alert which was issued says the girl was visiting the US with a tour group she has black, hair Brown. Eyes weighs ninety pounds and is approximately four feet eleven inches tall the economy grew by one hundred fifty seven thousand jobs last. Month that number slightly lower than the average for the first half, of, the, year however CBS business analyst Jill Schlesinger, says the economy appears ready to continue to grow At a robust. Pace if you look at the three months together job gains are averaging two hundred twenty four thousand. A month over the last three months and, if you look at the whole year we're still averaging more than two hundred thousand jobs a month through July that's a really strong job creation number when. You, consider that we are now in the tenth year of this economic recovery the government also reports today the unemployment rate ticked down to three point nine..
Twitter loses one-fifth of its market value on weak user numbers
"You're, never more than fifteen, minutes from the big stories on WCBS good afternoon I'm Joe Avalon And, here's three, things to know at four fifteen number one Manhattan judge has given former. Assembly speaker, Sheldon silver a seven year prison, sentence. Silver was convicted in may on. Corruption charges number two New. York will revoke spectrum cables right to provide service in New York state regulators are accusing spectrums. Parent charter of not living up to terms established in the Time Warner. Merger and number three a second firefighters died battling the wildfire in. California's swept through. Several towns they're. Destroying dozens of home a day after Facebook stock got pummeled, it's, Twitter turns it's Twitter's turn, I should, say as I'm, turning to the monitor to see okay Twitter closed down, twenty point five percent c net reporter Ian. Share spoke with Mike Wallace? This afternoon about it and Twitter's quarterly earnings are, better than expected so what's the problem today the problem is. The same problem that's facing Facebook which is that user growth has stalled. Or stopped. Or gone even Backward in some cases and it's. Really concerning for Wall Street investors have been used to now for the. Last couple of years despite this just unending list of scandals whether. It's Russian meddling. Or Trump's tweeting. In general or even stuff like the concerns about data privacy, with, Cambridge Analytica every one of, these things, seems to have, not held back the financial performance of both Facebook and, Twitter Twitter actually was able to get profitable. In the last couple of? Years and Facebook was growing quite crazy until this, week and so now we're seeing this kind of sudden yeah, yeah Stop of everything that was looking good financially and investors are, panicked and we're seeing stock went down for Facebook it had the, largest market share market value loss in the history of, the United States yesterday and then Twitter is, down some twenty percent last time I checked and, this thing just continues to. Be very bad news now recently Twitter has been purging fake accounts to. The tune of about a, million a day is is that a big factor in this in. This lack of user growth believe it or not know that data was actually. From a locked account so there's a distinction that may not seem. Like it matters but when Twitter's going, through in identifying accounts that do bad stuff whether, they are so they're spammy or whatever or harassing they will do. What's calling lock the account which means that it's still exists on their service but you can't access it. So those accounts were automatically not included in the counts that they use. So removing all those accounts which is what they've. Been doing in the last couple of weeks and, we, saw President Trump's never Twitter followers jaw dropping some six hundred thousand, we saw Justin Bieber lose over a million. All of that was actually stuff that's not part of the normal count so that's what makes. This even more worrisome that is on top. Of them actually policing. Their platform appropriately or at least more than they were. These, numbers, are still not growing and that's a problem interesting stuff CNN reporter insure always great to, talk to you have a good weekend my pleasure take care w CBS, news time four eighteen time for traffic and weather together where we go. Every ten minutes on the eighth here's MAC McClure Joe were, watching a lot of problems out there right now this update sponsored, by indeed there's a crash now on the New Jersey, turnpike a western spur southbound approaching fifteen w, blocks the left hand lane there also in New, Jersey southbound on route seventeen. Just past the Garden State Parkway and parameter disabled vehicle blocks the right. Hand lane and then on, northbound route twenty three approaching Paterson Hamburg turnpike emergency construction that blocks. The left hand That is going to, be wrapping up here pretty soon within the next ten twelve minutes or so elsewhere we have the northbound sprain brook Parkway with. Still this crashed at blocks left hand lane. It's just past took a whole road southbound on the Bronx river Parkway. Near main street of White Plains there's still a down tree they're working on getting out of the way I blocked at least one lane there. In the Connecticut turnpike on the, northbound side but you. Really heavy. Pockets of, delays, as you go on through Greenwich. And really all the. Way up. To Norwalk are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions then zero in on qualified. Candidates in, an, online dashboard get started at indeed dot com slash higher next. Traffic update less than ten, minutes away and meteorologist Craig Allen I'm watching the, weather radar it's really interesting what's happening right now it is lighting up in areas and you could see how it's. Splits and then the showers and thunderstorms develop and this is what was happening with. Just one lone cell last night but you're actually getting to, see various thunderstorms going through their lifestyle Michael they grow they last about thirty forty five minutes they move along they weaken new one pops up. Just a little bit down the road and right. Now we have one of those lines. That runs from Fairfield county right on up to Hartford a brand new, one look how fast this one. Develops I can tell you. It's a runs from just about the western. The west shore of Staten Island right on down through the Garden State Parkway crosses. The Garden State Parkway and then it goes down towards Trenton there are others in northwestern as well as Poconos Catskills. It's line after line so the severe thunderstorm watches in effect until ten showers and thunderstorms, some heavy the first part of the night sixty seven, to seventy two tomorrow partly sunny. Very warm a little less humid though with just a spotty thunderstorm. High in. The mid to upper eighties. Clear Saturday night Sunday a mix of. Sun and clouds warm not too humid Sunday looks really good for a, summer day high near eighty five but. Then for Monday and Tuesday the humidity's coming back and so will the, transfer shower increases Monday night and on into Tuesday a shower or Onto storm right now seventy six after that shower so it dropped several degrees, humidity jumped to ninety, one percent right now in the city, once again it's. Seventy six we're going down to about seventy w CBS news time. Four twenty Mike Mike sugarman went, surfing in New York City it's part of his sweet spot he did it in queens who,.
Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak in Manhattan Grows to 16 Cases
"The links eightythree sixty four seventy nine degrees right now in central park on this monday july sixteenth thanks for tuning in i'm leave on putney it's twelve thirty one cbs news update about six hours from now president trump sits down and more or less one on one with russia's president putin three days after a dozen of his military intelligence officers were indicted in washington for meddling with the two thousand sixteen us elections to help mr trump from helsinki cbs news correspondent ouija giant is a chance that president trump could make concessions like we saw him do with north korean leader kim jong il in fact he surprised many by suspending those joint military exercises with south korea so he could scale back nato military exercises which are designed to deter russia or loosen russian sanctions mr trump discussed us russian relations with cbs news rushes fo and certain respects china's a photo of economically certainly therefo but that doesn't mean they're bad it's as a mean anything it'd means that their competitors they wanna do well and we wanna do cbs news update i'm tom foty cbs news time is twelve thirty two well just as the world will be watching and waiting for what comes of monday's meeting here the world was watching and waiting sunday in midtown manhattan thousand fans gathered to watch big screens of the world cup in spanish cappella center the home to among others telemundo which sponsored the watch party and if you're french wow fred fred to the french two years after nineteen we've worked so hard this team ups and down but this is the peak of the couldn't tell if it really was his birthday or he was just explaining what it felt like to win for croatian fans it's great outnumbered fans by this is a great it's not many croatian fans in the world at four million it's the smallest country ever in the finals half the size of new york city at rockefeller center mike sugarman wcbs newsradio eight eighty now sixteen confirmed cases of legionnaires disease around manhattan's washington heights neighborhood and new york city health department officials say seven still in hospital we tend only to hear about legionaires during an outbreak like what's happening now in washington heights or what happened back in two thousand fifteen in the bronx when there were one hundred thirty reported cases in ten died the question is why are we only concerned about outbreaks there's far more people affected by legionnaires disease throughout the year and the water that goes on cooling towers is the same water that comes off the water system majority of legionnaires cases he says can be traced back to a contaminated water supply doctors say you should get some medical attention if you start seeing flu like symptoms including fever chills muscle aches.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The french national holiday anthony get is visiting and remembering the last french world cup victory i was under the stadium so now we've made you children in new york it's a fantastic on the other side everyone knows croatia was the dark horse of the team of the tournament no one expected them to make it as far as they did the shell nicola court came from franklin lakes new jersey goes home disappointed but gladdy share in the excitement at rockefeller center mike sugarman wcbs newsradio eight eighty as it stands now new york city speed cameras in school zones are set to go dark july twenty fifth unless the state legislature reauthorized is the program this morning wcbs reporter steve burns has porter's rallied outside the long island home of the state senate leader to make their voices heard the one hundred forty speed cameras are only within new york city limits but out here in east northport long island advocates are going straight to the source of their outrage it's politics over people's lives she paid out among around a dozen activists here with families for safe streets holding signs and chanting in front of what they believe to be the home of new york senate majority leader john flanagan there's enough cosponsors on the bill pass so we don't understand why is not even being voted on the group says the data is indisputable speeding around school zones with the cameras down in average of sixty three percent car crash fatalities and the city you're down twenty eight percent over the last four years bucking the national trend flanagan ken call centers back to albany to vote on a bill renewing and expanding the program otherwise the cameras will be shut off on july twenty fifth leo's threeyearold daughter allison was struck and killed in two thousand thirteen now holding threeyearold and he says we're here to make sure we keep our existing kids alive flanigan's office hasn't responded to our request for comment in east northport steve burns wcbs newsradio eight eighty massachusetts a police officer and weymouth founded elderly woman are dead from gunshot wound sustain this morning what a man grabbed the officer's firearm following a car crash had a brief chase the shooter is in custody weymouth police chief richard grimes mourns the death of officer michael chang who was shot multiple times before eight am died at south shore hospital those people that truly sought this job was fortunate enough together very much appreciated it and we very much appreciate it as service to the waves police department chief crimes identified the shooting suspect is emmanuel lopez who is in custody after suffering like wound wcbs cbs news time nine thirty six sponsored by beaner out a new york's favorite source for outy northern boulevard in great neck or online at beaner.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The last french world cup victory i was under the stadium so now he's made you children in new york it's a fantastic on the other side everyone knows croatia was a complete dark horse of the team of the tournament no one expected them to make it as far as they did the shell nicola core came from franklin lakes new jersey goes on disappointed but gladdy could share in the excitement at rockefeller center mike sugarman cbs news radio eight eighty three kansas city missouri police officers have been shot by a suspect who barricaded himself inside a home and then came out of the house guns blazing apparently and was killed by the officers the two officers i two officers who were shot or working on an undercover operation at a motel less than two miles from kauffman stadium where the kansas city royals play the suspect then fled in a vehicle with another person who was arrested when officers found that vehicle and the third officer was shot while searching for the suspect president trump has arrived in helsinki for a summit with russian president vladimir putin but before he left the uk president trump's way made one last attack on the european union calling the e u a foe and equating are longtime allies to that of russia and china with the cbs evening news anchor jeff gloria the president said i think we have a lot of photos i think the european union is a photo what they do to us in trade and he continued russia's a photo in certain respects china's a photo of economically certainly therefo but that doesn't mean they're bad it doesn't mean anything it'd means that their competitors they wanna do well and we want to do well european union council president donald tusk fired back tweeting whoever says we are foes is spreading fake news cbs news correspondent norah donald now from helsinki a top adviser tells cbs news the two leaders are expected to spend about thirty minutes alone which just translators before an expanded meeting with staff mr trump will be joined by secretary of state mike pompeo national security adviser john bolton and chief of staff john kelly the democratic senator from delaware chris coons is blasting president trump for not planning to take that ladimir putin to task the russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election on fox news.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The last french world cup victory i was under the stadium so now with my children in new york it's a fantastic on the other side everyone knows croatia was the dark horse of the team of the tournament no one expected them to make it as far as they did the shell nicola court came from franklin lakes new jersey disappointed but gladdy get share in the excitement at rockefeller center mike sugarman wcbs newsradio eight eighty and for those of you who were history buffs steel day actually was july fourteenth so we're celebrating interested daylight president trump has arrived in helsinki finland for his summit with russian president vladimir putin but before he left the uk trump made one last attack the european union calling the eu a foe and acquitted are longtime allies to that of russia and china here's what he said to cbs evening news anchor jeff glor i think the european union is a foe what they do to us in trade and trump continue russia's fo in certain respects china's a photo of economically certainly therefo but that doesn't mean they're bad it doesn't mean anything it'd beans that their competitors they want to do well and we wanna do well the european union council president donald tusk fired back with the tweet whoever says we are foes is spreading fake news trump's comments made the day before he meets with the president of russia vladimir putin the interview took place here in scotland that the president's golf resort in term berry mr trump told cbs evening news anchor jeff glor he enters his meeting with leather mayor putin with low expectations but feels it's good to me having meetings with russia china north korea i believe in it i bad it's going to come out of it and maybe some good will come out but i go in with low expectations the president says he will ask putin questions about the twelve russians who were indicted on friday for hacking democrats in two thousand sixteen steve futterman cbs news glasgow the senate democrat chris coons of delaware blasted trump for not planning to take vladimir putin to task for the russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen election on fox news.
Democrats, activists rally against Trump's family separation policy
"Separation of children from their parents is a matter of law enforcement according to the president trump but don't tell that so one of capitol hill's top democrats here's mike sugarman while president trump says democrats forced the law which separates families at the us border senator chuck schumer says solely in his hands president says separation of families is required by federal law a claim that has come under fire and which the minority leader schumer says is a lot was never done under obama this was never done in the first year and a half of the president jeff sessions decided to change the policy to do it and the president's going along he can undo it if he wishes i hope he will trump has said democrats would have to agree to his other immigration demands which include funding for a border wall mike sugarman wcbs newsradio eighty a woman killed at belmont park in her former boyfriend has been arrested jose franco martinez was arrested there hours after the body of woman was found at that racetrack he is a she was a former belmont park employees nassau county homicide detective stephen fitzpatrick says the victim was stabbed to shemale is what they call a hot walker she comes she calls a horse down she walks method they've done a training session so she was walking horse at the time of the incident and he attacked her while she was walking this horse suspect franko martinez is doing court and hempstead this morning for arraignment also on long island nassau county police are looking for abandoned with a box cutter nineteenyearold slashed in the face on friday morning on hoffman street in valley stream a man was wearing a surgical mask stepped up and demanded money the victim was slashed in the face even after he turned over his cash the suspect has dark sideburns he wore a dark blue hoodie and jeans police say the police remind us that anyone with info can anonymously contact nassau crime stoppers at eight hundred two four four t i p s.
Indonesian woman swallowed by 23-foot-long python
"Counter intelligence officers said that could be right thirty five groups marching down surf avenue two hundred and fifty judges for their willingness to be bribed to be able to listen to whatever i tell them that's chief justice martin alabama for ford by artists thirty six years ago gets enjoyed for more than just the fashion why do you like being near the hard rupin this ain't live you you're not gonna put me on the radio let him go on identify at coney island mike sugarman wcbs newsradio eight this is the stuff that nightmares for made of twenty three foot long pythons swallows a woman hole in central indonesia fifty four year old wate but went out to check her vegetable garden and never returned and her family went out to look for her they only found her sandals and a flashlight a search party went out they found the snake with a bloated belly about fifty yards from the garden now the villagers killed the snake when they cut open its belly they found the woman's body still intact inside well it gets warm and crime goes up it's just how it is so the nypd is rolling out a program to fight summertime crime nypd chief of department terrence monahan says officers are being moved from administrative positions or from behind desks and are being dispatched to crime prone areas of.
"mike sugarman" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In the traffic at coney island mike sugarman wcbs newsradio eighty a woman who was hit by a shopping cart that was thrown off in east harlem overpass has won a jury verdict of forty five million dollars marian hedges was struck by the carton in two thousand eleven she was nearly killed she suffered brain injuries to teenagers had tossed the cart from seventy nine foot high overpass outside of a target store in east harlem hedges sued target the shopping mall and the security company for negligence she said the businesses ignored past incidents with shopping carts she says she plans to donate a portion of the money to support the johnson community center on east one hundred thirteenth street a new ad campaign on new york city buses for the museum of sex in manhattan is raising eyebrows city councilman calman yeager who represents borough park says he's heard complaints from many constituents and the mta should have used more common sense but jamie santa maria bay ridge tells cbs too it's no big deal to her i don't see a problem with it i mean in the neighborhood that we are in i understand that because there are more conservative but sex is a part of life there are no pictures or graphics black and white ads it's just the words museum of sex that some find objectionable a safety agent with the transport workers local one hundred union filed a complaint with the mta claiming some female drivers of buses with the ads have been harassed by passengers then pa spokesperson told cbs to after hearing from bus drivers the authority has begun the process of moving these ads wcbs news time seven twenty three more news more often no right now we begin with breaking news and meter chaos this morning the subway let's check storm preparations now in westchester county executive had collisions littering the palisades parkway you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs it's officially summertime that means.