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01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

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"And I'm John Aaron Jacob Kerr is our producer The top story we're following this hour Russia extending a basketball star's detention in Moscow CBS News special report WNBA star Brittany griner went to a Moscow court today to learn a month has been added to her pre trial detention The State Department's Ned price tells CBS News A consular officer at our embassy in Moscow was able to speak to her On the margins of the hearing the officer was able to confirm that Brittany griner is doing as well as can be expected CBS's cami McCormick The two time Olympic gold medalist was detained at an airport in Moscow after vape cartridges with oil derived from cannabis were allegedly found in her luggage that could carry a maximum penalty of ten years in prison While this was going on there was a call for G 7 nations to do more to punish Russia for its Ukraine invasion coming from Ukraine's foreign minister Russia must pay politically economically but also financial And there is agreement to send more military support CBS News special report I'm Steve K thin Russia reportedly lost significant numbers of troops and important equipment when Ukrainian forces were able to keep them from crossing a river in the east British officials who reported the action said it's another sign of Russia's struggle to achieve decisive victories more from CBS News correspondent Debra patta in Ukraine Our chief Ukraine continues to push Russia back But for its civilians it's been over 11 weeks of endless misery In the village of Stephanie 52 year old Olga karpenko daughter could not hide from a Russian tank that fired directly at.

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01:31 min | Last month

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"So much equipment To date Ukraine says Russia has lost close to 3000 armored vehicles but only half in combat as for the other half they were abandoned or ran out of fuel CBS Chris lives say UN secretary general Antonio Guterres will meet next week with Ukraine's president and Kyiv and Russia's president in Moscow CBS News special report I'm Linda Kenya It's 9 35 Destructive wildfires have burned dozens of homes in northern Arizona and put villages in New Mexico in the path of danger More than 1600 firefighters are now battling those fires They've consumed more than 100 square miles of timber and brush so far While the weather is warming up kids becoming more active in playing sports So how do you avoid injuries keeping a really strong core regardless of the sport you play is probably the number one thing I can tell you for injury prevention Doctor Kay you are the size a primary care sports medicine physician at children's national hospital And then tailoring that to whatever you do He also emphasizes the importance of warming up and loosening up and after the fact Making sure that you give yourself a good cool down a good stretch take ice as you need it Do yourself tissue work meaning foam rollers massage that kind of thing We're seeking WTO P news Oh really nice forecast is ahead going to be a perfect day And after traffic and weather A new interactive exhibit walks visitors through Notre-Dame cathedral and it's now in the district I'm Melissa Howell 9 36 Your.

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02:17 min | Last month

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"I'm Michelle bash Alicia abelson is our producer the top stories we're following for you tonight start with the latest update from Ukraine CBS News special report the UN Security Council address Ukraine's charges against Russia about the Kremlin sending Ukrainian civilians to so called filtration camps before shipping them off to Russia U.S. ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield Russia is using its membership on the Human Rights Council as a platform for propaganda to suggest Russia has a legitimate concern for human rights The White House also condemned Russia CBS's weijia Jiang As those grave images poor out of Ukraine its president is warning that this is only the beginning and that new evidence will soon surface that Russia is committing even more war crimes But the U.S. isn't the only country taking action now CBS's Skyler Henry explains from Washington U.S. leaders say there are also coordinating with allies to implement another round of economic sanctions this week in hopes of further isolating Moscow CBS News special report I'm Monica rix WTO national security correspondent JJ green is keeping up with the fighting in Ukraine and the people there The UN says almost 1500 Ukrainians have been killed in the last 41 days but it's important to remember that in total almost 16,000 Ukrainians have been killed since Russia invaded Ukraine in 2014 And Sasha a resident and historian of the Kyiv national university is still there And he says they need help from the west His English is not very good but it's clear what he's trying to say We survived in the past 8 years without you Let us try to restore the country And then it's up to you Whether you will join I'm pretty sure that they will join us Because Russia is not a very promising place And sources in Russia say there is a significant sense that Russia's leaders recognize that what happened in bucha has created a whole new level of trouble They're scrambling to find a way out of it and the only way they're finding right now is to lie about it JJ green WTO.

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04:19 min | Last month

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"The world to act on the gruesome evidence emerging from his country he spoke to the UN Security Council in a video We hear an interpreter The Russian military and those who gave them orders must be brought to justice immediately for war crimes in Ukraine The CBS Deborah pada on what she saw and the Kyiv suburb of bucha Japan's civilian shot in the head with their hands bound Residents taking their last ride mass graves filled with the bodies of nearly 300 executed people Secretary of State blinken is headed overseas to meet with NATO allies We said before the aggression that we anticipated that if it went forward there would be atrocities committed information that we've seen going into the aggression suggested that this would be part of the Russian campaign The U.S. and UK have indicated more sanctions are coming against Moscow CBS News special report I'm Steve Ken Meantime Russian forces are headed east in Ukraine after being thoroughly defeated and embarrassed in Kyiv The next phase of Russia's war against Ukraine could be protracted We believe that Russia is revising its war aims Russia is repositioning its forces to concentrate its offensive operations in eastern and parts of southern Ukraine National security adviser Jake Sullivan said that's going to take some time All indications are that Russia will seek to surround and overwhelm Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine He said they're sending dozens of battalion tactical groups to the region Constituting tens of thousands of soldiers To counter these efforts the U.S. is sending more weapons to Ukraine News Congress is seeking assurances from top Pentagon leaders that Ukraine is getting as much military assistance as possible WTO peace Mitchell Miller with more on that today on the hill The ranking Republican on the House armed services committee Alabama's Mike Rogers says Ukraine needs help in dealing with the unpredictability of Russian leader Vladimir Putin Putin's catastrophic invasion of Ukraine has proven to the rest of the world that he's nothing more than an unhinged crackpot Defense secretary Lloyd Austin says equipment including switchblade drones and surface to air missiles has made a real difference The things that we have provided them as you've seen have been very very instrumental in their efforts to blunt the advance of an overwhelming Russian force Austin also says more than 100,000 U.S. troops are now in Europe to defend NATO countries if necessary On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news Ivanka Trump is testifying privately today before the January 6th select committee The former president's daughter was among those closest to him during the insurrection at the capitol that day The committee has focused a lot of effort on what the former president was doing in the hours the capital was under attack Ivanka Trump's decision to cooperate with the panel is considered significant and fleshing out what occurred Her husband Jared Kushner who was also a close White House aide testified virtually for 6 hours before that committee last week Meantime committee chair Benny Thompson says he believes it will not be necessary for the panel to subpoena former vice president Mike Pence The congressman tells reporters the committee has been able to glean enough information that pence's testimony may not be necessary However two other committee sources tell CNN the panel has not yet completely ruled out calling the former vice president either voluntarily or with a formal subpoena Longtime Michigan Republican congressman Fred Upton says he will not run for a 19th term in the House Upton was one of a handful of Republicans who voted to impeach Donald Trump over the capitol riot He becomes the fourth Republican who backed impeachment not to seek reelection It's 1236 coming up another arrest in connection with that weekend mass shooting in Sacramento Here's a highlight from Janice haif The strategic client director for the Department of the Navy at Oracle on the DoD cloud exchange sponsored by Oracle I would say probably 90 to 95% of the government's going to be commercial clout It's just taking a little longer And that's resources that impacted its workforce training It's the security protocols And then making sure the vendors have the ability to do that.

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01:52 min | 2 months ago

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"Top story we're following for you today is the war in Ukraine CBS News special report ten U.S. senators are in Poland today They're pushing President Biden to allow the delivery of Poland's Soviet era MiG warplanes to Ukraine Iowa Republican Joni Ernst is among the bipartisan group We are behind the Ukrainian people and president zelensky Officials in the Ukrainian city of Mario pole say Russia has bombed an art school where about 400 people had taken refuge the building was destroyed no word on survivors CBS Tom fodi says the city is being brutalized Although they are bogged down elsewhere in Ukraine Russian forces are battering the key port city of Mario pole and are reported advancing on it Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky now says of the siege of that city It'll go down in history for what he calls war crimes committed by Russian troops but at the same time zelensky again calls for talks with Russia to end the bloodshed no response to that from Vladimir Putin in Moscow CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise Meanwhile efforts continue to help Ukrainian refugees Jason stressor is with the international committee of the Red Cross in Geneva He tells WTO their efforts go well beyond getting people out of Ukraine We're moving these people out of the fighting but then the next question always is where are we going to sleep tonight Where are we going to sleep next week How are our children going to go to school How are we going to get food or water There's all these questions It's most important to get out of harm's way and we're very happy to see that But then there are just a million logistical questions that you have to answer for weeks or months on end after that You can find a list of organizations helping those impacted by the war at WTO P dot com A shooting outside a car show in southeast Arkansas has left one person dead and 20 others wounded Show organizer Wallace McGee says many children were at the event That was the issue may.

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02:32 min | 3 months ago

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"American aerospace to all Russian flights Further I said in Russia and that in addition to squeezed on their economy and his first State of the Union address last night mister Biden also promising Americans more goods moving faster and cheaper in America More jobs were generated a good living in America Promising the pandemic weary a new program to deliver early treatment for COVID-19 People can get tested at a pharmacy and if they prove positive receive the antiviral pills on the spot at no cost A maskless mister Biden hailed the beginning of the end of the pandemic appealed for an end to partisan rifts over how to handle it In the Republican response Iowa governor Kim Reynolds accused mister Biden of returning the U.S. to the days of high inflation high crime and untrammeled military moves by Moscow CBS News special report I'm Dickie Barker It's 9 33 and now to the latest in Ukraine as the war enters its 7th day As President Biden delivered his State of the Union address last night that 40 mile convoy of hundreds of Russian tanks and other military vehicles continued its slow advance on Kyiv That convoy is said to be dealing with fuel and supply shortages Security correspondent JJ green Why Russia appears to be doing recognizing that they are falling far short of their own expectations They're hitting the fear monger button pretty hard This morning Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov warned quote the third World War would be nuclear and would be destructed Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky decried Russia's escalation after attacks in Ukraine's second largest city of kharkiv and a Russian strike on a Holocaust memorial site in Kyiv This is Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill We need to get them additional weapons and Congress needs to act now Virginia democratic senator Mark Warner The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee supports the president's call for billions of dollars in military and humanitarian assistance Many other lawmakers backed the president's efforts but Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz argues White House foreign policy has been weak pointing to the withdrawal in Afghanistan Joe Biden's becoming president was the best thing that ever happened to Vladimir Putin On Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTO news Coming up a lot of activity on the hill we're following today it's 9 34 You know I believe time is the most precious commodity and if you're like me your home is your most valuable asset This is Dave Johnson and if you're thinking about selling your home I have the time you need to remember It's with Jennifer young of Jennifer.

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01:34 min | 3 months ago

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"For all of your glass mirror and shower door needs visit glass dot com dulles glass love your glass CBS News special report normally people would go to a metro station to take a train but in kharkiv Ukraine They've been sheltering in place underground as the Russian military attacks above CBS News military analyst and retired army colonel Jeff mccausland Moscow's conduct of the war so far has included Russian missile artillery and close air attacks across the entire breadth of the Ukrainian territory This suggests that the ultimate Russian military goal is to not only defeat the Ukrainian military but also occupy the entire country This will be accompanied by a decapitation of the political leadership now in charge in the Ukraine And the installation of a puppet regime that is directed by Moscow CBS and Charlie day is in Kyiv Russian paratroopers this is confirmed now have reached the outskirts of the capital They've reached an airstrip called gostima President zelensky himself said that they have that airstrip surrounded and there is no escape Throughout the day we've heard several explosions there is an intense salvo President Biden says the U.S. and its allies are working to freeze Russia out of most of the global economy freezing assets and not allowing Russia to do business with dollars and other currencies Food will be a pariah on the international stage Any nation the countenance Russia's naked aggression against Ukraine will be stained by association CBS.

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03:03 min | 3 months ago

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"CBS News special report not everyone in Russia is buying Vladimir Putin's justification for invading Ukraine Those protesters were chanting no more war in Russian as they faced a chain of police officers in Moscow CBS Mary il yushin is there The most frequent ward I've seen today and heard today from Russians is shame A lot of people are very ashamed and there are multiple open letters and campaigns that seek to stop this war Russia's government has warned of a crackdown on anti war demonstrators former U.S. national security adviser HR McMaster says Putin may have been surprised by just how much opposition there has been What Putin wants really more than anything to be able to continue to advance his objective of restoring Russia to national greatness and reestablishing Russian influence across all of the territory of the former Soviet Union he wanted most disunity And I think what he got is a lot of unity so far And I think you have to credit the diplomatic effort of the Biden administration and or allies in delivering that unity to him I think he may not have expected it Judges of thousands of people have left Ukraine there have been very long lines of cars headed toward the borders CBS News is confirmed that men between the ages of 18 and 60 years old are not allowed to leave the country under martial law conditions imposed That comes from the Ukrainian border guard service CBS News special report I'm Peter king and as fighting intensifies in Ukraine double DT op speaks with a Silver Spring man who's in Kyiv volunteering to help protect his ancestral homeland If I could fight I would go out and take up arms and fight but I'm a little old for that Instead George Sydney joined a group of volunteer medics supporting Ukrainian soldiers I thought that this is the best thing I could do is provide some medical health right there and fighting field Retired journalists spoke with us from a basement in the country's capital waiting out ear rates and despite the danger he says he staying to help and he's not afraid Where there is harm we're supposed to go and say the soldiers that are in harm's way Train a stool and they'll be news If school systems want to keep teachers they need to let them have a say over class size That's the latest thinking in Maryland and WTO peace Kate Ryan has details A former Maryland teacher of the year says when she was assigned larger class sizes she asked herself was I there to just simply babysit And Maryland state education association president Cheryl boast who teaches fourth graders felt the same When her class size was reduced from 30 to 20 students boasts says I knew each of their reading levels their math levels their favorite colors and that helped build connections to address student needs boasts supports a bill in Annapolis that would make class size part of the collective bargaining process for teachers Kate Ryan WTO P news Next in money news A remarkable market reversal Peloton cuts extend to Northern Virginia I'm.

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02:30 min | 3 months ago

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"Special report I am here today Not to start a war but to prevent in a last minute visit to the UN Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed its Security Council on the threat Russia poses to Ukraine His message to the Kremlin stated clearly Stated plainly to the world And then demonstrated by sending your troops your tanks your planes back to their barracks can hangers and sending your diplomats to the negotiating table It comes amid reports Russia is preparing to invade Ukraine and just days as the U.S. says the Kremlin could fabricate an excuse for military action by sharing what we know with the world We can influence Russia to abandon the path of war and choose a different path While there's still time Russia accuses the U.S. of inflaming tensions as the Kremlin kicks out a key U.S. embassy official in Moscow CBS News special report I'm Steve Dorsey It's 1152 now Oklahoma today executed 35 year old Gilbert postal for his role in a quadruple slaying in 2005 He received a lethal injection at the Oklahoma state penitentiary He was the fourth execution in Oklahoma since October when the state resumed lethal injections following an almost 7 year hiatus postell did not deny his involvement in the shootings of four people but during a hearing his attorney said postel had abused methamphetamine on nearly a daily basis beginning at the age of 12 post del said he'd been using meth for days before the killings and remembered very little about the crimes prosecutors say postel his brother his father and another man carried out the killing in a blitz attack Many young Americans have mental health issues and school systems often lack the resources to help them A new report is giving our area some mixed grades The report from the hopeful futures campaign which is comprised of more than a dozen school mental health groups shows that most school systems around here and around the country lack the nationally recommended ratios of mental health professionals For example the recommendation for school psychologists is to have one for every 500 students Maryland is one for every 1200 students Virginia has won for every 1600 students in D.C. on the other hand falls within the guidelines having one school psychologist for every 400 students Nikon Elliot news Coming up next No goal for a theme park merger I'm Jeff clay 1154.

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02:08 min | 10 months ago

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04:01 min | 1 year ago

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"Than 2 Ft. Of snow. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy are literally on the roads, thousands of plows, spreaders and other pieces of equipment. Currently so we can get back up and running tomorrow. Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has been sentenced to 3.5 years in jail after making his case and open court speaking from a glass box in the courtroom, which is typical for Russia. Navalny blasted Russian President Vladimir Putin, calling him crazy, calling him a murderer and said he'd go down in history for being a poisoner. Former Moscow CBS bureau chief, Beth Noble on Wall Street. The Dow ended up 475 points. The NASDAQ also up 209 points and the S and P up 52. This is CBS News. Indeed, instant match searches through millions of resumes and indeed database to deliver candidates who fit your job description instantly more at indeed dot com slash credit 503 ON double D T O P on this February 2nd 2021 cloudy sky Still a little bit of snow hanging around and 34 in Washington. Good afternoon. I've Sean Anderson. I'm Hilary Howard, our top local story this hour. It was expected and now it's here. Montgomery County Health investigators say they've seen two cases of the South African Corona virus variant in a briefing with Montgomery County Council members, Health officer Dr Travis Geils. Said to county residents have the South African strain of covert 19. The cases were tied to travel in that community transmission at the time. The findings were preliminary. But Governor Larry Hogan has since tweeted that the State Health Department and the CDC confirmed those two cases that follows a previous report of another case of the same variant in the Baltimore area. South African variant is reportedly more easily spread than other strains of covert 19. Kate Ryan, w T. O P New and Montgomery County could soon restart indoor dining. It would become the last jurisdiction in the state to do so. But those in charge of the county say they still don't think it's safe. Draft executive order to allow indoor dining in some capacity is being sent to the county Council tonight. The order must be approved by the council and the county's Emergency management office. The final sign off is not Likely until next week. We're following this story closely for you here on double d t o P. Some D C students returned to physical classrooms today, and we'll have more about that in a moment. But first Fairfax County students are still weeks away from returning schools Superintendent Scott Ray Brand asked the school board to approve a mid March date for limited return to in person learning. The school superintendent has proposed that all Fairfax County Public School students begin receiving at least two days a week of imports. And learning starting March 16th Perfects County public schools is ready to bring back students to in person instruction, Scott Break, Brand told the school board Work session. School. Children need to be back in school for their academic, social and emotional well being. The risk are far greater and not returning students at this time, Some school board members voiced early support for the timeline. The board will vote at it's Thursday meeting, particularly on O w T O P News. As we mentioned, some D C schools have welcomed students and teachers back into classrooms. Today, I actually volunteered to come back in while Amelia's is a teacher here Columbia Heights Education campus and says she's excited to be back has been focusing on preparing her students. There's a little bit of fear and apprehension coming in in a very different way of the 9000 students heading back to class across the district. 350 will be returning to this school. They'll attend classes in groups different days of the week. Temperatures are taken upon arrival. Kids, then head straight to their classroom where they spend the day as their teachers rotate in and out. Principal Maria to Callie really have worked.

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05:15 min | 1 year ago

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"Annika Vela's our producer. Coming up. President Biden outlines more of his covert relief bill. New details about the extent of former President Trump's efforts to overturn the election results. The legacy of Mike Miller, in the words of his colleagues. He was meant to be president Senate in Annapolis on John Doman. 10 31. The new Democratic leadership in Washington is promising covert relief directly to cities and states. Pandemic economic fall out is hitting not only businesses and workers, both localities by pre recorded video President Biden spoke of money marked for state and local governments in his proposed covert relief bill $350 billion for state and local governments to keep educators first responders, cops, firefighters said on the job. Also addressing that same mayor's conference by videos. Senator Chuck Schumer begin my time to Senate Majority Leader. I will make it my mission to give our struggling communities and our cities no matter where they are, they hope they need to get through these hard times. 40. CBS NEWS Washington The U. S. Is nearing a total of 25 million Corona virus cases with more than 417,000 deaths. Amid that backdrop, comes more frustration about the distribution of the vaccines in need. Increasing as other highly contagious strains have now been detected. Relax this as health care workers worry about receiving their second does. I'm feeling so much frustration and so much anxiety of I trusted The officials. I was like, Okay, I am health care worker. I have been going to work every day. Covert is going crazy. But applying for the second vaccine has been a nightmare. This will be a critical week for California. The CDC says the state is nearly last in percentage of shots administered. CBS is Daniel Bacchus reporting from Los Angeles. Before leaving office. President Trump reportedly pressed the Justice Department to go directly to the Supreme Court to overturn the results of the election. Ah, former administration official tells The Wall Street Journal the president one of the United States to sue one or more states directly in the high court. Senior Justice Department officials, including then acting Attorney general, Jeffrey Rosen, former Attorney General William Barr and former Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall refused to file the Supreme Court case. Including that there was no basis to challenge the election outcome. 34 year old Texas man has been arrested for allegedly taking part in the storming of the U. S Capitol this month and posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Democratic Congresswoman Alexandria, A Casio Cortez of New York. Prosecutors claim Garrett Miller posted photos and videos on social media that show him inside the Capitol during the January 6th riot. They also say he called for violence and online posts, including a tweet that simply red assassinate AOC. His lawyer says that Miller regrets the actions. He took quote in a misguided effort to show his support for former President Trump just ahead widespread protests in Russia this weekend. 10 34 Jonathan Cotton at the Good feed store, and you've heard me talk about how I love my good feed arch support so much that I bought the store. Well, it's true. I never had a product transform my life like good feed, Arch supports, But listen now to what some of your neighbors right here in the D C area are saying Robert says. I have had a hard time moving around, do the lower back problems for the first time in six years I ran around the store, Maria says. For the first time in forever, I was able to work most of the day on my feet without pain. I love these, Michael writes. I waited too long. The results of how much better I feel in such a short time is a blessing. Chrissy says. It's such an easy way to change your life, and it's changed my life forever. Come in today for your free fitted and test walk The good feed stores located the village, at least bird Fairfax Corner and Wintergreen Plaza off Rockville Pike. Who knows it could change your life forever. 10 35 6 months before the Olympics. Japan says it's still going for the gold. Despite the pandemic, the International Olympic Committee says it is fully committed to delivering a successful summer games in Tokyo. But with less than six months until the opening ceremony, doubts remain not least among the Japanese public. A recent survey found. Four out of five people are against holding the event organizers in recent days of pushback on a British news report. Suggesting a cancelation was inevitable. They call that claim false Simon Oh in Fox News. Violent clashes between demonstrators and police in Russia have resulted in more than 3000 arrests in dozens of cities in that country. Yesterday, thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia and protest Ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's Protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief. Thousands were arrested across the country, including the vault his wife in Moscow. CBS is Adriana de as the U. S. Has condemned the arrests and the tactics used against the demonstrators. The top U. S Military Intelligence agency has acknowledged monitoring the location of US based mobile devices without a warrant..

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"This is Bishop Michael Burbage of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. This week. We remember and celebrate the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. As a civil rights leader last year during a summer racial tension in our country, we were forced once again to face the evil of racism and reflect on his tragic impact on our communities. We have much work to do, and it will take a commitment from all of us. One of the lights on the path of racial justice is Dr King's call for us to work peacefully and diligently for cultural, social and governmental change. Thies. Efforts remain essential to our Christian work and witness in the world, working together to eradicate racism with the help of God is an ongoing process. Rooted in faith, Hope and love for us. Dr. King himself reminded us Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend. Hey, 35. Congratulations to Maggie of Laurel. She knew this hours. Mystery newsmaker was the late slugger Hank Aaron. She's one of $50 gift card to the lazy dog restaurant and bar. You can listen in during the 8 A.m. hours next weekend for another chance to play the W T O p Mystery newsmaker contest. Six months before the Olympics. Japan says it's still going for the gold. Despite the pandemic, the International Olympic Committee says it is fully committed to delivering a successful summer games in Tokyo. But with less than six months until the opening ceremony, doubts remain not least among the Japanese public. A recent survey found. Four out of five people are against holding the event organizers in recent days of pushback on a British news report suggesting a cancelation was inevitable. They call that claim? False Simon Oh in Fox News. Violent clashes between demonstrators and police in Russia resulted in more than 3000 arrests in dozens of cities in that country. Yesterday, thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia. Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief! Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in Moscow. CBS is Adriana de as the U. S. Has condemned the arrests and the tactics used against the demonstrators. Still ahead, remembering a legend in local politics. It's 8 36 living under the cloud of treatment resistant.

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"So for now, each and every one of us must remain vigilant and keep fighting this deadly virus with everything we've got. We're all in this thing. Other and we will defeat covered 19 sponsored by Pharma. It's 6 35 6 months before the Olympics. Japan says it's still going for the gold. Despite the pandemic, the International Olympic Committee says it is fully committed to delivering a successful summer games in Tokyo. But with less than six months until the opening ceremony, doubts remain not least among the Japanese public. A recent survey found. Four out of five people are against holding the event Organizers in recent days have pushed back on a British news report suggesting a cancelation was inevitable. They called that claim false. Simon Ellen Fox News. Violent Clashes between demonstrators and police in Russia resulted in more than 3000 arrests in dozens of cities in that country. Yesterday, thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia. Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief! Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in Moscow. CBS is Adriana de as the U. S. Has condemned the arrests and tactics used against the demonstrators. Still ahead after traffic and weather, remembering a legend in local politics. It's 6 36. They've prospered here. I can't tell you how many times have been watching football and wanted to bet the game on my phone. Well, now I can't because Fanduel Sports book is officially live in Virginia to celebrate their kicking things off in a big way. Fanduel is giving new users their first bet. Risk free. That's right. You get up to $1000 back inside credit. If you don't win, they've got to secure its simple to use APP offer live betting on every day. Came and exhilarating bet types such as same game parlays, where you combine multiple bets from one game into a single parlay. Once you went on Fanduel sports book, they get you your winnings, and his little is 24 hours, because it's the right thing to do..

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Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Protests erupt in Russia after arrest of opposition leader Alexey Navalny

"Clashes between demonstrators and police in Russia resulted in more than 3000 arrests in dozens of cities in that country. Yesterday, thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia. Protest ng, the jailing of opposition leader of that Alexey Navalny in the city of Tom's protesters chanted Freedom! And Putin is a thief! Thousands were arrested across the country, including the values wife in Moscow. CBS is Adriana de as the U. S. Has condemned the arrests and tactics used against the demonstrators.

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"moscow cbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"moscow cbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The latest move has been made in the chess game between Democrats on the House Judiciary committee and the department of Justice over the full release of the Mahler report. CBS news Bill Rakoff report Justice morning, House Judiciary, Democrats, led by chairman, Jerry Nadler voted to prepare a citation for contempt of congress for attorney general William bar for failing to meet today's deadline to submit the fully unredacted Muller report. But bars responded once again, inviting Nadler and committee members to review a partially unredacted report at the DOJ on Wednesday. It's an invitation that's been turned down before by Nadler. And it may not be enough to stop the scheduled contempt citation vote. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. Russia's opened an investigation after yesterday's fiery and deadly crash in Moscow CBS news. Roxana Saberi has the latest lot flight fourteen. Ninety two had taken off from one of Moscow's main airports early Sunday evening bound for the northern Russian port city of more. But shortly after takeoff the airport says the plane circled back for unspecified technical reasons before making an emergency landing as investigators look into what caused the crash Russian media reporting the plane did not have time to dump its field before hitting the tarmac which former National Transportation Safety board member. John gully says may have sparked the fire landing gear is tough. But it's not indestructible. So there may have been may have overloaded because airplane was overloaded and may have broken the wing and spread all this fuel out with heartbreaks haunt engine's. Ignition is very possible. Roxana Saberi CBS news London, an era zone man has been extradited back to San Diego today to stand trial for a series of rapes in San Diego twenty four years ago. Christopher van Buskirk then in his early twenties allegedly threatened his victims with a knife while sexually assaulting them on four occasions between August and November. Of nineteen ninety five in February of this year, the ST PD sex crimes unit sought help with the case from the F B I's forensic genetic genealogy team and investigators from the two agencies identified an alleged suspect, two months later. Hundreds of people greeted World War Two and Korean war veterans at San Diego international airport as the San Diego honor flight returned from Washington. Dc news H, Richard Alan was there for the emotional homecoming, you could even move..

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Details emerge about fiery plane landing that killed dozens in Russia

Brett Winterble

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

Details emerge about fiery plane landing that killed dozens in Russia

"Russia's opened an investigation after yesterday's fiery and deadly crash in Moscow CBS news. Roxana Saberi has the latest lot flight fourteen. Ninety two had taken off from one of Moscow's main airports early Sunday evening bound for the northern Russian port city of more. But shortly after takeoff the airport says the plane circled back for unspecified technical reasons before making an emergency landing as investigators look into what caused the crash Russian media reporting the plane did not have time to dump its field before hitting the tarmac which former National Transportation Safety board member. John gully says may have sparked the fire landing gear is tough. But it's not indestructible. So there may have been may have overloaded because airplane was overloaded and may have broken the wing and spread all this fuel out with heartbreaks haunt engine's. Ignition is very

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"moscow cbs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"moscow cbs" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Go back to Washington tonight at seven oh six they call it BuzzFeed for a reason after all every newsroom buzzing tonight about their report that President Trump directed. Mike Cohen, his former attorney and fix her to lie to congress about building as Trump Tower in Moscow, CBS news Justice. Correspondent Paula Reed. Says if this report proves to be right. It would be the most serious allegations. So far against the president the consequence great now impeachment is the most dire consequence because right now, the Justice department does not believe a sitting president can be charged or can be indicted while in office so any evidence of criminal wrongdoing on the on the part of the president would be handed off to congress and they'd need to assess what they wanna do without Rudy Giuliani. President. Trump's attorney says Cohen is a desperate liar. A far cry from the White House, but influenced by everything that happens. There is ten city in Tijuana, Mexico ABC's Joshua oil says there along with hundreds of asylum-seekers actually sort of incredible to look at there are people playing cards in them. People have taken up pieces of cardboard to sleep on in any sort of blankets have been given to them by the Mexican government. But they're also TV's in some of these camps and radios and people are keeping informed with what's happening outside and people are are sorting out. How politics is affecting their life day in day out. And this story about the border wall. A coalition of sheriff's believes it's misguided to believe a wall is the only solution to this country's immigration problem, Jamie. Rowe Haas covering that part of the story the south western border sheriff's coalition represents thirty one counties from California to Texas executive director Clinton McDonald from Texas says all of this discussion of a wall is slowing down real progress for border security, hell, somebody is going to have to stand up and say enough is enough and put into it and we've got to secure voter. And then we have to we have to challenge and fix our immigration policy. A letter released by the coalition says there are places where physical barriers do make sense. But the best solution is turning to more technology and human resources to ensure security. The federal shutdown is impacting immigration hearings nationwide. In Minnesota, alone one thousand immigration hearings have been can't. Suld because of the government shutdown in low tonight police are on the lookout for feel among the Lima one and four parental kidnapping of his one year old son police say Mr. de Lima was last seen with his son in Lawrence. He's described as five foot eleven inches tall one hundred eighty pounds balding with a full beard. He has a sleeve tattoo on his left arm. He was last seen in two thousand fourteen white Cadillac four door sedan. I've got the plate numbers to D h nine nine six two D H nine nine six if you have any information about d'alema's whereabouts, please call the local police department immediately. We had a nice end of the trading week on Wall Street joining us now with a look is Tracy jonky from Bloomberg a reports suggesting China is willing to make trade concessions sent stocks soaring. The Dow up three hundred thirty six points, NASDAQ up seventy three the s&p up thirty five points. Bloomberg reports. China offered to spend its way out of a US trade deficit to the tune of a trillion dollars CVS health and WalMart have resolved their differences WalMart announced last Monday that it would leave the CVS care Mark network over a pricing dispute today, they're saying customers with care Mark. John plants can keep getting their prescriptions filled at WalMart. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's newsradio. All this talk about Alexa. But Alexa, is not being very patriotic. As in patriots nation. The patriots are consistently good during these big matchups. However, the chiefs are going to send those Super Bowl hogs back to Boston. Go chiefs much more on the game coming up with Tom Cuddy in sports ski and wildcat mountains in the same day on a single Lynn ticket..

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"moscow cbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"moscow cbs" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Eight thirty eight if you've ever wondered how other people get away with paying fewer taxes and everyone else register now at eight five eight nine four three thirty eight thirty eight eight five eight nine four three thirty eight thirty eight. AM seven sixty K F M B. CBS news update trope lawyer Rudy Giuliani has flatly denying the BuzzFeed report that says President Trump told his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to congress about a plan Trump Tower project in Moscow CBS's Paula Reed has more. If it's true. This is the most damaging thing that has come out against the president. So far we'll caution though, the story is based on anonymous federal law enforcement officials, but so far Cohen and his representatives. They have come out with a non denial denial. Just a no comment in no way. Are they trying to tamp this story down constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley? I think the Democrats are right to call him before congress. He can give details he can give dates he might even have some documentary evidence. But the key is that anything Cohen says has to be confirmed by an independent source because he alone is not very credible. CBS news update on Pam Coulter. Now from. The studios of eight live, local, San Diego's, talk and breaking news. This is a AM seven sixty a couple of jewelry stores. Bob. I'm seven sixties Allen Lee. That's one of the stories. We're following on the north fifteen Donald Parkway. Couple of cars got together. In the center divider..

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