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"nancy cordes" Discussed on WTOP
"Sponsored by the Capital One card. I'm Allison Keys in Washington Just hours ago, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he thinks the job of choosing a successor for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg belongs to the next president, even if it isn't him. Donald Trump wins the election. And the Senate should move on his selection. The way the nominee he chooses fairly. If I win this election President's Trumps nominee. Should be withdrawn. Has a new president. I should be the one who nominated Justice Ginsburg successor, Wyoming Senator John Barrasso is chair of the Republican Conference and tells NBC there's a timetable for a vote. The president is going to make a nomination. I believe it's going to be this week, and Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, we will hold hearings and there will be a vote on the floor of the United States Senate. This year, CPS says Nancy Cordes says This isn't quite a done deal already to Senate Republicans have said that they want to slow things down. Wait until after a new president is chosen Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, but it is very difficult to see right now who the two other Republicans are that would join them. It would be enough to stop this vote. The latest CBS News battleground tracker Poll says the presidential race is getting close. CBS is Jennifer to Pento explains, and Texas President Trump leads binding by two points not too far off from the one point and she had in July. But we do see a tightening of the race in Florida. Fightem was ahead by six points there earlier this summer, but leads by just two points. Now the president has picked up a few one certain voters improved his vote share among white voters and lead Biden on the issue of the economy along the Gulf Coast. CBS News meteorologist Jeff There are Delhi has a warning over Tropical Storm Beta Watch out for storm surge flooding anywhere along the coast of Louisiana and Texas up to run 2 to 5 Ft. We're learning more now about a letter containing Eyes and sent to the White House last week. CBS is Maria Garcia. The FBI says the letter originated in Canada, but officials are trying to figure out who actually sent it. The FBI and the Secret Service are both working with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in their investigation. They do say the letter containing the rice and poison was addressed directly to President Trump. It was intercepted at an offsite mail sorting facility. One Michigan resident has placed a toilet on his lawn with a sign reading place mail in ballots here. A Democratic clerk in base in Michigan says that might be illegal. President Trump has repeatedly claimed without evidence that voting by mail could lead to fraud. This is CBS News. You know that capital one assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges and helps if you need to fix them Capital one. What's in your wallet? See Capital one dot com for details. It is 403 on a Sunday September the 20th 2020 65 degrees as we go up to the upper sixties. Good afternoon to you and Mike Murillo. The top local stories. We're following this hour, a candlelight vigil taking place outside the Supreme Court Saturday night. Hundreds gathered there to under the life and legacy of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, while vowing to continue her fight, Ginsberg And in her memory safe tonight. Senator.
Postmaster general to testify in Congress as Trump denies ordering mail slowdown
"General Lewis to Joy will appear before a House committee next week to address controversial changes at the Postal Service. But CBS is Nancy Cordes report said lawmakers one more to House Democrats sent a letter urging the FBI to look into whether Postmaster General de Joy A major trump donor deliberately slowed the passage of mail to affect mail in balloting. There's new
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Assumed is tomorrow morning, not just late and turn it into bars. I 82. It's 79 in Newburg 90 already this our great dead could say he forbids Cavalli in 92 Paul Bob was a nice day for a blast off for NASA today. So Atlas go center go March 2020. The rover is a car sized vehicle with cameras, microphones and drills and lasers. And it's going to be driving around Mars that blasted off today is part of an ambitious long range project to bring the first Martian rock samples back to Earth to be analysed for evidence of ancient life. Food manufacturing plants are taking steps to protect workers from Corona, CBS News correspondent CAMI McCormick with more now and what's being done, Tyson Foods says it will administer thousands of tests per week at its U. S facilities. The company process is about 20% of all beef, pork and chicken in the US, it will now randomly test employees with no symptoms as well as those with symptoms. Cos. Adding nearly 200 nurses to it's already 400 person medical team. More than 16,000 meatpacking workers have been infected or exposed to the virus nationwide. The United Food and Commercial Workers International, representing many of Tyson's 120,000 US workers, says other meat processing company should follow Tyson's lead. A video that was deleted from social media this week was brought up during the antitrust hearing in Congress featuring the heads of Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Google. Publicans expressed concern that the president and his son may have been penalized on social media this week for sharing that video that contained false claims. About Corona virus, while Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that his company does prohibit content that could harm people, and so his platform and others took the video down, but not before it was viewed millions of times CBS News congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes this morning..
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Correspondent Nancy Cordes is on Capitol Hill. The new Republican proposal would slash emergency federal unemployment benefits for 30 million laid off Americans from $600 per person per week to $200 a week for the next two months. The planned then calls for states to implement a new system, capping unemployment at 70% of a worker's prior wages. It also includes another round of $1200 stimulus checks. Tennessee governor Billy says he does not plan to issue a state mask mandate despite what he heard from White House response coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes and a meeting in Nashville. This spread, however, Is equally across the state into rural areas, Peri urban areas, small cities and, of course, your Major Metro's, she said. Nashville needs immediate and aggressive action to combat a cove. It's Serge Attorney General William Barr is expected to defend two federal response to George Floyd protests in Washington, D. C. When he testifies on Capitol Hill today, correspondent Cami McCormick says there will be other witnesses as well. An Army National Guard officer will challenge the White House version of what happened. Protesters at Lafayette Square were forcibly removed just ahead of a visit by President Trump. Major Adam DeMarco is expected to tell lawmakers that protesters were tear gassed to clear the way for the president's photo op. He says it was unnecessary and deeply disturbing. Police in Germany are searching a garden north of Hanover for possible remains of Madeleine McCann. He was three years old when she disappeared during a family vacation in Portugal in 2007. Last month, prosecutors identified a 43 year old German man as a suspect in the case. A deadly shark attack off the coast of Maine. Witnesses say they saw a woman struggling while she was swimming near Bailey Island kind of goose bumps, but they're super tubes out here, Tony behind our old skiff. Very strange feeling. Main Marine Patrol says two kayakers helped the woman get to shore, but she was pronounced dead after an ambulance arrived. Second quarter earnings reports. A tale of two industries spring.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"This weekend, millions of Americans will lose the extra $600 unemployment benefit they've been getting since the early days of the pandemic. But tonight the White House and Senate Republicans still haven't come up with a plan to extend those benefits. Here. CBS's Nancy Cordes As 30 million Americans waited for a lifeline today. This is what the U. S Senate looked like empty suffering starts in two Days. Emergency federal jobless benefits $600 per person per week are about to expire, and it makes it pretty hard to pay for For a $1200 Apartment. Chris Levy is an audio technician in Orlando and has a six year old daughter. But his unemployment check is about to drop to $275 a week. I lost my job by no fault of my own due to the pandemic. And now I kind of have no seems like no backing. House Democrats passed a bill to months ago to extend the $600 payments through January. But Senate Republicans are still finalizing their proposal, which they say will prevent anyone from making Mohr on unemployment. Then they did at work. The administration has requested additional time. Through the fine details. Republicans air derelict in their duty, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned today There is no plan B. Are you considering extending benefits for a month or two? One continues No people,.
Trump impeachment trial: Defense wraps up oral arguments, urges Senate to acquit the president
"House managers and president trump's councils have ended their closing arguments in the Senate impeachment trial the Republican majority there is likely to vote tomorrow to a quest CBS's chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes tells us if the president will mention the impeachment trial in tonight's state of the union address Republicans are urging this president not to gloat about his impending acquittal during his state of the union address here on Capitol Hill
Republicans confident they can block new Trump trial witnesses, but uncertainty remains
"The Senate impeachment trial of president trump could be over by tomorrow as a final Q. and a session is winding down tonight and the Senate jurors are expected to vote on whether to allow witnesses tomorrow correspondent Nancy Cordes Senate Republicans believe they're on track to narrowly voted down testimony from new witnesses like former national security adviser John Bolton I don't think we can continue to just fishing fishing fish so that Adam Schiff confined to get somebody who can who can back up his very incomplete record if they just don't look at the facts they won't be forced to vote any other way Republicans believe they could hold that final acquittal vote tomorrow night and they say they're willing to stay as late as they need to to
"nancy cordes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"That trade is is not on the table Nancy Cordes joins us now Nancy on this idea of a witness swap idea I know Democrats are saying this isn't like some fantasy football trade understand Joe Biden himself his way in that's right he's campaigning in Iowa where he says that he himself is not gonna be party to any kind of witness swap because he wasn't involved in this scheme and did nothing wrong but at the end of the day nor it's up to the senators in fifty one of them to hear from Joe Biden's or John Bolton or anyone else than those subpoenas are going to go out hi Nancy thank you tonight president trump is back in Washington after a quick trip to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland but even while he was on the world stage the president was focused on what was happening on the Senate floor Ben Tracy reports tonight from the White House before leaving the World Economic Forum in Switzerland president trump said there somewhere else he'd like to be please be seated front and center and his impeachment trial great so my no I sort of love sit right the front row and stare their corrupt faces the president gave his own attorneys rave reviews and then unloaded on house managers the Democrats Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler bass these two days these at major sleaze bags they're very dishonest people Mr McConnell despite Republican efforts to block witnesses president trump claims he'd love to see testimony from current and former members of his administration including former adviser John Bolton but Mr trump said national security concerns particularly in Bolton's casing could make that unlikely he knows some of my thoughts he knows what I think about leaders now what happens if he reveals what I think about a certain leader and it's not very positive I don't know if we left in the best of terms I would say probably not back in the U. S. the president's campaign manager Brad par scale told CBS this morning impeachment is helping Mr trump's reelection with it there's millions now that are engaged to shop and I will tell you the president has a larger base now significantly from twenty sixteen as for the president actually showing up at his own impeachment trial Republican senator John Cornyn says the president should focus on other business but Republican senator rand Paul says he may send a ticket over here to the White House just in case the president wants to use it north that would be dramatic then thank you and there is breaking news tonight from California investigators are on the scene of a fiery plane crash the plane apparently went down just as it was taking off Chris van cleave has the latest aircraft emergency at the chronic care part down just after noon local time the small plane went down just off the runway at the corona California municipal airport pilot Dorothy falls as the plane was trying to take off he didn't pull back was too fast and the runway and any and then everybody was running and it started on fire it had two explosions world of fire says four people on board died the crash symptoms of black smoke billowing into the air crews could see the smoke is the call for help nine hours the one we have all the smoke was just too intense and the fire it was just horrible the national transportation safety board will investigate the crash for Saint Cleve CBS news Washington tonight we're learning.
3 Republicans Are Open to Impeachment Witnesses, but Democrats Need a 4th
"Nationally the Senate resumes the impeachment trial of president trump next week CBS news correspondent Nancy Cordes says some Republican senators are indicating they will want to call witnesses certainly a high likelihood that someone like Lamar Alexander for Susan Collins might go ahead and vote to hear from witnesses in fact Susan Collins in a statement she released last night said that she has been a fan in the past of getting as much evidence as possible as she is likely she says to want to hear from new witnesses there she says she doesn't know which witnesses she will want to hear from until she hears all the evidence
"nancy cordes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"In the Twin Cities thirty three degrees Adam Carter in the WCCO news from Congress is back in session next week and there's still no word yet on when a Senate impeachment trial will take place all eyes will be on speaker Nancy Pelosi when the house begins tomorrow she's not said when she intends to send articles of impeachment to the Senate below sea is holding out of the articles in an attempt to pressure Republicans to allow key witnesses to testify earlier today former national security adviser John Bolton said he'd be willing to testify if he was subpoenaed CBS news chief course chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes explains Democrats believe this announcement now puts pressure on Republicans do not want to call no witnesses during Senate trial John Bolton hasn't been heard from before and he's now willing to talk any saying so publicly Democrats think that that creates a challenge for Senate Republicans who had been arguing that they didn't want to hear from any new witnesses that they knew the outlines of the story at that they felt that they could proceed without hearing from anyone new investigators say arson is suspected in a fire at a Walmart in Hutchinson police say the fire broke out yesterday afternoon around three o'clock in the men's clothing department which activated the sprinkler system causing up to two million dollars in damage police say a review of surveillance video showed two thirteen year old boys deliberately setting the fire police chief Tom give person says there's a lot of talk about a possible motive I know there was something on Facebook regarding the Vikings winning and burning biking the peril of that is absolutely not true Susie Jones news talking three oh WCCO boys are expected to be charged in juvenile court to U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres warning of the risk of any miscalculation about global tensions at their highest level this century the you and she says today those tensions are leading more more countries to take unprecedented decisions with unpredictable consequences he did not mention any countries by neighbors comments of course follow the US killing of top Iranian General Qasem Soleimani in Baghdad but is it a congressman Tom amber meanwhile says when situations like the killing of Solomonic take place information surrounding the action is handled with great care they're not going to release it as a a headline to everyone when it has sensitive a defense information amber says the five hundred thirty five members of Congress will likely be briefed on the situation sometime this week one oh two WCCO thirty three degrees in the Twin Cities we'll take a break traffic and weather coming up is your ex Surgeon weather forecast on news talk eight threo WCCO all the thirty three right now in the Twin Cities maybe thirty five this afternoon with some sunshine possibly some flurries overnight tonight will drop down to twenty degrees in the.
Pelosi orders House committee chairs to draw up articles of impeachment
"House speaker Nancy Pelosi hoping for a vote on impeaching the president by Christmas he's ordered the Judiciary Committee to drop articles of impeachment ASAP correspondent Nancy Cordes az the White House called pelo sees new impeachment push selfish and a blatant purely partisan attempt to overturn the results of a free and fair election but willow see argue the president was the one trying to corrupt the next election we see our mission as defending democracy for the people the house Judiciary Committee has announced a hearing for next Monday where the members will be presented with all the evidence that has been gathered so far then the committee would likely have to debate and vote on articles of impeachment by the end of next week if Democrats want the full house to vote on impeachment before the
"nancy cordes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"In the west than upper Midwest were heavy snow rain and powerful gusts are causing white doubts on the roads and delays in airports Tom Stevens lives in eagle river Wisconsin my travels a little bit longer to get in this morning had to deal with some downed trees but you know we live in north woods were used to it around the country power was knocked out Wednesday to more than four hundred thousand homes and businesses National Weather Service meteorologist mark shin dard with what's next from that brought heavy snow from Denver cross portions of the plains of towards Minneapolis that systems moving out so then we got another one that moved into the west coast not the strong low that moved into Oregon and California that is moving inland there and we are getting some heavy rainfall across portions of southern California and we're still getting some heavy snow across the higher terrain of the west sixty thousand people remain under evacuation orders in eastern Texas after two explosions at a chemical plant I was very scared and still scared the first blast which blew out the windows and doors of nearby homes injured three workers Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik is the top county official there there exists no danger to the public as a result of of the of the plane thus far three plant workers were treated and released from a local hospital the clock is ticking for the White House to decide whether to participate in the impeachment inquiry the house Judiciary Committee will hold its first hearing as part of the investigation in less than a week the administration has until Sunday to respond reports correspondent Nancy Cordes say.
Fiona Hill nails the Democrats' case
"The impeachment hearings are over but what's next year CBS correspondent Nancy Cordes there are no more public hearing schedule Democrats tell us they do believe that they have the evidence they need to move forward and so the house intelligence committee which held all these hearings will now spend the next week or two writing up reports sending it to the house Judiciary Committee which would then draft articles of impeachment this in pizza palooza tore finally comes to an end two weeks one dozen witnesses and one basic story it was inappropriate I found the July twenty fifth phone call unusual was there a quid pro quo the answer is yes they said the Ukrainians were told again and again president so Lansky would not get a meeting with president trump or millions in military aid unless he announced certain investigations the statement should include specific reference to charisma and twenty sixteen by this point it was clear that Bristol was code for the bidens on Thursday former White House official Fiona hill said she saw the pressure campaign up close did you go speak to the lawyers I certainly did she said a Ukrainian delegation visiting the White House was informed of the old tomato by US ambassador to the E. U. Gordon Sunland he was being involved in a domestic political Ireland and we were being involved in national security foreign policy on those two things have just diverged I did say to him on buses someone garden I think this is all going to blow up he we offer half a world away in Ukraine embassy official David Holmes overheard a conversation between Sunderland and Mr trump a couple weeks later I then president trump ask so he's gonna do the investigation master song replied that he's going to do it adding a presence Lynskey will do anything you ask him to do hill is a Russia expert and warns that the Ukraine controversy is playing right into putting his hands some of you on this committee appear to believe that Russia and its security services did not conduct a campaign against our country and that pops somehow for some reason Ukraine days this is a fictional narrative looking ahead to a possible Senate trial president trump met Thursday with the GOP senators notably frequent trump critic Mitt Romney and means Susan Collins one additional Senate more gonna do it we're going to do it right now everybody's going to have their day in court Democrats argued Senate Republicans shouldn't discuss impeachment with the president is trying to taint the jury pool and they should be applauded one Republican senator who was at that White House meeting Lindsey Graham told us afterwards that White House officials still seem to believe that there's a better than fifty fifty chance that impeachment won't go through in the house CBS news correspondent
Impeachment: Alexander Vindman alarmed by Trump's 'improper' Ukraine call
"More testimony today even more tomorrow lieutenant colonel Alexander vitamin a decorated Iraq war vet who was on the July phone call president trump had with Ukraine's leader told Congress he was alarmed by what transpired in that call as correspondent Nancy Cordes reports the career army official told lawmakers he had the impression that in order to get a White House meeting president the Lynskey would have to deliver the investigations against the bite in his impression was confirmed he says at a White House meeting with a Ukrainian delegation where Ford in silence the U. S. ambassador to the U. issued an ultimatum he referred to specific investigations that Ukrainians would have to deliver in order to get the these meetings what an ambassador Sunland say ambassador Simon referred to her investigations into the divide in somebody's mind two thousand sixteen that directly refutes the official White House line the money held up had absolutely nothing to do with by tomorrow and ask her to the E. U. Gordon sunlit is set to testify after he amended his closed door testimony to acknowledge a quid pro
New details emerge in Ukraine case on first day of public impeachment inquiry hearing
"Update to career diplomats William Taylor and George can try to stay above the fray while testifying Wednesday not easily done in the highly charged partisan public hearing of the impeachment inquiry witness this exchange between Taylor and Republican congressman Michael Turner I am here to tell you what I know I'm not going to tell you that anything I don't know I'm gonna tell you everything that I do know but since I learned after another exactly that's exactly right view because wrong right what did you learn it from others you could be wrong correct I am telling you what I heard them tell me CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes Democrats announced that David homes that embassy staffer who overheard the president's phone call will be coming in on Friday for an interview behind closed doors while there are four more days of public hearings scheduled this week and next featuring nine additional witnesses CBS news update I'm
"nancy cordes" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports the first two witnesses to testify have a combined of fifty one years in foreign service ambassador bill Taylor is the top US diplomat in Ukraine he'll testify about the highly irregular US policy there and how the Ukrainians were just desperate after president trump suddenly froze millions in military aid George can't is Deputy Assistant secretary of state he'll describe what he was told that in order to unfreeze the aid president trump wanted nothing less than for the Ukrainian president to go to a microphone and promised an investigation into his campaign rival Joe Biden the trump administration as sort of a sort of war room in the west wing to respond to what it calls the massively week substance in today's hearings okay whatever you newsradio will have complete coverage of today's hearing starting at ten o'clock and you can hear them live in on interrupted on our website KYW newsradio dot com and on the radio dot com at the books on the jury that's to decide the fate of Sean crafts begins deliberations this morning closing arguments of wrapped up after four days of testimony the latest from K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief in our defense attorney Charles Prudhoe tells the jury the unified showing Kratz guilty of manslaughter or not guilty of everything recalls the murders of Tom Mayo dean for Karen March third just killing for sport orchestrated by Croats cousin Cosmo denardo to argue denardo showed he didn't need shark rats when denardo killed and buried Jimmy Patrick on his own a couple days earlier that's watched as the Nordic crushed male with a back hoe so of course she was scared and never asked for help brutal tells the jury if they believe Kratz did what he did out of fear of his cousin they should be found not guilty but prosecutor Greg shore says no reasonable person would have pulled the trigger and less they had the intent to kill Medicare okay that sure says makes this murder shore says crowds came across a dozen people acted in order told about the plan to rob and Carol but sources crotch never asked any of them for help sources crowds held the murder weapon for an hour and forty one minutes leading up to the shooting up and Carol and shore says Kratz controlled the gun before during and after that shooting and he says Kratz when with his cousin to get cheese steaks but with the blood money of the boys they killed in Doylestown Jamelle word K. winnable your news radio one ninety five construction is having one community especially hard that.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on KCBS All News
"They will be televised CBS news correspondent Nancy Cordes reports on the latest revelations leading up to the public spectacle the day after tomorrow Christopher Anderson a a former top adviser on Ukraine told lawmakers that back in may the president at a meeting said that Ukraine had tried to call take him down the sign that Mr trump believes some of the conspiracy theories that his per the lawyer was pushing Anderson said that his fear was that if Rudy Giuliani's narrative took hold that it would undermine US influence in a key part of the world newly released transcripts show that even the Pentagon was left in the dark when president trump suddenly froze military aid to Ukraine this summer Deputy Assistant secretary of defense Laura Cooper told lawmakers that the funds were held without explanation immediately deputies began to raise concerns about how this could be done in a legal fashion the aid was with held at the same time that the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani was pushing Ukraine to launch investigations into former vice president Biden and his son hunter the president's acting chief of staff hit a roadblock as he navigates correctional demands for his testimony Mick Mulvaney is trying to join a lawsuit filed by Charles Kupperman the top aide to former national security adviser John Bolton but in a new court filing Kupperman lawyer opposed Mulvaney his bid to team up saying his client wants to stay neutral while more veiny not only supports the president but at one point even appeared to admit that there was a quid pro quo we do that all the time with foreign policy it's the latest example of tension between Mulvaney and Bolton multiple witnesses have testified that Bolton like into the pressure campaign on Ukraine to a drug deal cooked up by Mulvaney and others Mulvaney is attorney withdrew his request to join the copper men lawsuit he says instead Mulvaney will file his own suit to determine if he has to testify as Nancy court is Instagram says it wants to create a healthier environment and is testing out a new policy CBS news correspondent Jamie you kiss tells us more Instagram maybe ending it's a love affair with the like button they had to the social media giant Adama's sherry says lakes are used to often as a weapon that's what we aspire to do this will take years I want to be clear is to lead the fight against online bullying the change means the number of likes will no longer be on public view misteri told CBS this morning the goal is to relieve the pressure of constant comparisons don't once again to be such a competition wanted to be a place for people spend more of their energy connecting with the people they love studies have shown the negative impact of social media on mental health symptoms of major depression have risen sixty three percent among young adults according to the American psychological association last year David mayors online addiction sent into rehab for help it's just that constant comparison that really could break me down at times for Instagram I felt like with all my posts I would create this fall's character of who I was but influencers who profit from a huge fan base I believe the lack of likes will hurt their income Caroline June makes her living off of every post aimed at her nearly forty five thousand followers I think it's gonna be tough to navigate how we run a business going forward on this platform the roll out is going to be slow here in the United States seven other countries are using the feature right now Jamie you because reporting tonight case CBS news time ten thirty six old that's new vets they all are benefiting from our program will tell you about in about six minutes stick around I'm John Evans and you.
Top takeaways from George Kent's newly released impeachment inquiry testimony
"The latest transcript of impeachment inquiry testimony reveals damning evidence house impeachment investigators release more transcripts of earlier closed door testimony this time from state department official George can't CBS's Nora o'donnell in testimony released today George can't says president trump wanted the leader of Ukraine to make a public statement including three key words investigations Biden and Clinton says that was his understanding based on his conversations with other administration officials Clinton can't explain was shorthand for the twenty sixteen presidential campaign he also told the family was instructed to lay low on Ukraine policy as administration officials and Rudolph Giuliani we're taking the lead correspondent Nancy Cordes one person who witnesses say it was very alarmed by all of this was the president's former national security adviser John Bolton he did not show up to testify today but sources told The Washington Post that he might be willing to talk if a federal judge clears the way first I'm Jim Shannon the first public hearing of the impeachment inquiry is set for next Wednesday and KNX will bring you comprehensive coverage also is this still a lot of division of the impeachment probing the president trump the latest UFC during such LA times poll shows forty four percent agree an impeachment should go through well thirty percent say it should not but pulled director Joel Darling says partition persuasion is often the key factor when it comes to issues like this there are a lot of people whose opinions are going to fall along partisan lines their minds are already kind of made up there a supporter of trump and they're going to be more likely to say that he should be acquitted xterra Democrats they're more likely to say he should be removed Darling says the poll also shows a modest majority of the country is at least trying to keep tabs on the impeachment process Chrissy grooms can extend seventy
Trump administration defies impeachment inquiry
"For president trump's advisers refused to appear at Monday for questioning in front of a house committee leading the impeachment inquiry Democrats say it's just more fodder for a likely article of impeachment centered around obstruction of justice as the investigation goes public we're learning about what's been said so far during closed door testimony house impeachment investigators have begun a document dump releasing transcripts of closed door testimony so far including today's release of testimony from a re Ivanov itch a former ambassador to Ukraine who claimed she was the victim of a smear campaign by the president's attorney Rudy guiliani before her ultimate ouster correspondent Nancy Cordes these individuals may have bought themselves enough time that they never have to testify the Democrats know that but they feel such urgency to try to keep things moving along they say they'd like to hear from these individuals but they argue they already do know enough based on what they've heard so far and they're going to keep moving forward what does the president think about all this correspond Apollo read even before they release the president was suggesting the Democrats cannot be trusted to release their an accurate transcript any called on his fellow Republicans to release in their own transcripts your mission of the CBS
House to hold first vote on impeachment procedures since inquiry launched
"Religion house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced today she will hold a vote as soon as Thursday on sending the procedures for the impeachment inquiry correspondent Nancy Cordes in a statement this afternoon the White House said this upcoming vote proves that everything that came before it was illegitimate but when CBS asked if this vote will now prompt the White House to cooperate we were told it depends on whether they get all the rights they've been
"nancy cordes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Isn't allegations of a quid pro quo correspondent Nancy Cordes president trump he says tighten the screws by suddenly withholding hundreds of millions in aid quote president trump was adamant that presidents a Lynskey go to a microphone and say that he is opening investigations of biting and twenty sixteen election interference the Lynskey was even told to tell Mr trump specifically quote I will leave no stone unturned house investigators earlier released a text message sent by Taylor in which he called the president's attempt to hold back the military aid crazy Russia will be working with Turkey to enforce a twenty mile safe zone along Turkey's border with Syria a key demand of the end of Turkey's offensive against the Kurds CDS Holly Williams says the US troop pullout is offered Russia the opportunity to increase its influence in the region the reason the meeting between techies president Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the Russian president Vladimir Putin is so the key is that they could between them decide the future of east in Syria aid to Russia the most significant ally of the Syrian regime with its fire power with its Air Force it's Russia that's poised to step into the power vacuum that the U. S. left behind in eastern Syria on the eve of its quarterly earnings report bowling ousted the head of its commercial airplanes division K. I. R. rose heather boss reports Kevin McCallister president of Boeing's commercial airplanes division is being replaced this follows changes to the company's executive team including removing Boeing's CEO was chairman of the board the company said it did that so Dennis Mullen Berg could focus on safety and getting the troubled seven thirty seven MAX back into service McAlister's parting words praise Boeing for it's commitment to safety heather Bosch for CBS news Seattle another sh bill and another stay in the hospital for former president Jimmy Carter CBS's noro don he fell at home last night and he fractured his pelvis now this is the third time Carter has fallen in recent months but he keeps bouncing back and continuing his charity work Carter is ninety five and the oldest living former president in US history our foreign in New York City have joined forces in suing the US postal service they allege the postal system is not done enough to stop the flow of cigarettes being mailed from foreign countries into the US the suit charges that postal workers look the other way as tens of thousands of packets of untaxed cigarettes enter the U. S. from China Vietnam Israel and other countries this is CBS news dell small business technology advises could recommend tailored security solutions including computers with Intel core processors servers storage and more called adviser today eight seven seven by Dale he.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is KDKA radio CBS news on the hour real news real reporting on top forty on a Friday night Louisiana political rally it was the president against impeachment and his political opponents Democrats have waged a non stop battle to overturn your vote over your voice override your values and all over the road the results of the most spectacular election in the history of our country this is a key witness to fight a state department order not to cooperate with house Democrats the former US ambassador to Ukraine said she lost her job when she crossed the president's personal lawyer who might or might not still be that more on that later what CDS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports Marie of homage testified she once told by the deputy secretary of state she was recalled because the president had lost confidence in her and that there had been a concerted campaign against or that and concerted campaign it may have originated with the president's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who repeatedly claims that Yovani image was keeping Ukraine from investigating the president's campaign rival Joe Biden but there is no evidence bite and did anything wrong and your gonna **** says she never asked Ukraine to refrain from investigating actual corruption as for Giuliani Mr trump was less than definitive when asked if the ex New York mayor is still his lawyer The New York Times reports guiliani's now under investigation by New York federal prosecutors about his role in Ukraine as northern California gets back to normal after widespread deliberate power outages this week southern California is dealing with several wildfires including a really big one that started in the San Fernando Valley and spread westell A. science works please see spreading but strong scene Anna winds push burning embers across the area igniting more five years has been pretty crazy to watch is moving really fast the fire jumped to major freeways shutting down interstate five California's major north south corridor the closure strangled the morning commute and left thousands stranded in their vehicles over.
State Dpt IG Giving ‘Urgent’ Briefing To Congressional Staffers On Ukraine
"The state department's inspector general has invited lawmakers to a closed door briefing to discuss documents related to Ukraine it's happening tomorrow as CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes tells us CBS news has learned that staffers from several key committees have been invited to an urgent last minute briefing by the state department's inspector general here on Capitol Hill tomorrow only been told is that they're going to be shown documents related to Ukraine it comes as Congress has begun sending interview requests to several diplomats as part of the impeachment inquiry into Mr trump after that phone call between he and Ukraine's president from
House Judiciary Committee approves guidelines for impeachment hearings
"A house panel moves forward with an impeachment probe of the president we will begin next week an aggressive series of hearings investigating allegations of corruption instruction and abuse of power against the president house judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler in a vote that when strictly along party lines the committee voted today to approve guidelines for impeachment hearings CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes what they did today was formalized some procedures that they'll be using and a variety of hearings over the next several months so that they can get all the details they want before they decide once
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"Hour sponsored by rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. President Trump is in Vietnam getting ready to have dinner with Kim Jong Hoon, but his mind is eight thousand miles away in Washington where his former lawyer Michael Cohen is set to tell congress. His ex client is a racist a con man and a cheat. Correspondent Steven Portnoy from Hanoi on Cohen's prepared testimony. Some of what Michael Cohen will tell lawmakers could tend to damage the president standing with the public the allegations of specific racist remarks, the idea that the president wants said he would have been stupid to have served during the Vietnam war Cohen will give specific examples of the reimbursements he received from Donald Trump for the hush money payments. And then there is the allegation that Cohen will make that the president knew in advance about WikiLeaks plans to dump DNC emails stolen from the Democrats CBS's Nancy Cordes. House press secretary Sarah Sanders, traveling with the president in Vietnam said it's laughable that anyone would take convicted liar. Like Cohen at his word. President tweeted this past hour Cohen was Justice barred and he's lying to reduce his prison time Cohen is set to serve three years back in Hanoi. Mr. Trump arriving at the office of government hall to meet with the Vietnamese Prime Minister before he shares a meal with North Korea's dictator at the Metropole hotel. Fully great things will happen later on with our meeting. The two men will hold formal talks tomorrow. Correspondent major Garrett is in Hanoi. President knows it can't just be handshake.
Bernie Sanders is running for president
"Senator Bernie Sanders is now the tenth candidate in a crowded democratic field of presidential contenders. And he proved yesterday he can still raise money CBS's. Nancy Cordes what's going to be different? This time. We're going to win in an interview with John Dickerson and a video online. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders said he's picking up where he left off three years ago. Revolutions do not happen overnight within four hours. He had already raised a million dollars a reminder of the progressive groundswell. That drove him to twenty three caucus and primary victories in twenty
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"Keep. CBS's Nancy Cordes reports, some lawmakers will protest the president's action their own way with the vote of congressional disapproval House Democrats are likely to file that joint resolution of disapproval next week, and the likely have enough Republican support to have it make its way through congress lawmakers who believe that the president overstepped his executive authority. The White House says the president would veto any such measure if it were to reach his desk. Much more on this story on tonight's CBS evening news, more followed from last night's sixty minutes interview with former acting director of the FBI Andrew McCabe, the caves as deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein offered to wear a wire into the Oval Office and even discussed whether the president could be removed from office by invoking the twenty fifth amendment. The deputy attorney general was definitely very concerned about the president about his capacity and about his intent. At that point in time today, the president hit back CBS's Bill Rakoff in one of his tweets this morning. The president said, wow. So many lies by now. Disgraced acting FBI director, Andrew McCabe. He was fired for lying, and now story gets even more deranged. He in rod Rosenstein who is hired by Jeff Sessions. Another beauty look like they were planning a very illegal act and got caught Chicago police have requested another interview with empire actor jussie smollet after getting new information about what he calls an attack dean Reynolds reports from Chicago the truth about what happened to Jesse small Ed is once again under a harsh spotlight after sources say two brothers initially brought in for questioning told police it was small Ladd who orchestrated the alleged attack himself small at name chains. He was assaulted by two men who doused in with bleach and put a rope around his neck amid racist and homophobic slurs. Southwest Airlines is facing what its own managers. Call an operator..
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"News that matters to you around the bay around the world around the clock on news one. Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS coming up on KCBS a year after the parkland massacre, Florida will investigate what if anything the school could have done to prevent it. President Trump expected to sign congress mortar security compromise and then declare a national emergency. She'd be news special report. President Trump will invoke an emergency declaration in an attempt to arrest funding for his border wall project at work from Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell who says he will support that declaration an apparent quid pro quo to get Mr. Trump's support for spending Bill that's expected to clear congress today does not include full funding for the wall. CBS's Nancy Cordes. Here's that the Republican leaders basically making a trade here, he really wants the president to sign the Bill he wants to avert another partial government shutdown but in order to win the president support he had to tell the president. And then I'll back you when it comes to business journal -mergency Democrats could mount legal challenges. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, I may that's an option and we'll review our options. But it's important to note that when the president declares this emergency first of all it's not an emergency. She Bs news special report. I'm Jim shanavie. KCBS news time one thirty two. This portion of the news watch is sponsored by ringcentral the global leader in cloud communication, and collaboration solutions the floor. The governor of Florida is calling on a grand jury to investigate school failures in the parkland massacre seventeenth students and staff members were killed in the shooting Marjory stoneman Douglas high school one year ago today that was one third of the fifty six school shooting deaths in. Twenty eighteen making last year, the deadliest on record CBS's Adriana Diaz reports we.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"What I want when Democrats took back the house in the midterm elections. They made it clear they intended ramp-up investigations of President Trump and his administration today, they kick that into a higher gear. CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes reports. House speaker ANSI Pelosi insisted today parties investigations will be carefully chosen and carried out. How important do you think it is for the public to see the president's tax returns? They want to know the truth. They want to know the facts, and he has nothing to hide tomorrow Democrats are hauling the acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker before congress for the first time. And they were threatening to issue a subpoena. If you didn't answer all their questions today. He threatened not to show up and so Democrats relented on that subpoena. And now Whitaker says he will appear the feuding between President Trump and key house. Democrats is heating up. The president apparently furious that one house committee is hiring former national Security Council members presidential anger over. Hiring is directed at Burbank. Democratic congressman Adam chef who talked with KNX about President Trump's issues with is higher. This would be funny. If it wasn't so absurd that the president's worried about my staffing decisions Schiff is now the chairman of the powerful house intelligence committee. Yes, we've hired people in the NFC we've hired people from the CIA part people in the NSA is nothing about that. A Democrats have done it Republicans have done it. We've done it for years. And the fact that the president is is so in a panic about this e you know, certainly makes you wonder what is he so worried about hiding chips. Committee has reopened its investigation of any possible Russia connections to the president and his campaign, and there's also planning to look into any possible. Foreign financial ties to him. Charles feldman. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio slow crawl through Burbank. Thanks to Cal trans work on the northbound five we'll check that out in traffic and to nine forty..
"nancy cordes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Left lefty Democrats compared to the far left democrat. That'd be some. Going on there. But question, I have for Nancy Cordes website in a wall doesn't work. Well, here's a question. I have for her. Thousand illegal aliens. How many are left at all? No. But in. So why didn't they make it? The United States. Why are they doing you off? On wall in the way with razor wire on why? Why? Wall that doesn't work according to her why aren't those six thousand people already in the United States. The whole thing is just a political game. But I don't know why Mitch McConnell never never did nuclear option. I don't know why. Out of it. But I don't know why Trump can't just use an executive order. Get this thing done because remember whenever Obama couldn't get his way Republicans. He just dropped an executive order. I don't know why can't do that. But he made a genius move yesterday by bringing the border patrol guys onto the news. And they actually Blaine not either the guys that know what's needed on the border. They work there. Yes. I don't think I never heard of Nancy Pelosi or or Mr. Magoo. Rumer ever visiting the border. Maybe I'm wrong. But I don't remember ever seen a story about that. So you got people who.
"nancy cordes" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Record CBS's Nancy Cordes Cavanaugh gave the rare interview after Fifty-three-year-old. Deborah Ramirez of Colorado told the New Yorker that as a student at Yale University Cavanaugh had exposed himself at a drunken dormitory party. Jane Mayer wrote the article with Ronan Farrow, we found another classmate who remembers hearing about it that night or the next day classmates who were at the party told the New Yorker, they don't recall cavenaugh doing that. But Kavanagh's Yale roommate James Roche a software CEO told a San Francisco reporter today that Cavanaugh was frequently drunk and incoherently he said he never saw Kevin I engage in sexual misconduct. But called the story believable Bill Cosby will learn his fate in a suburban Philadelphia courtroom tomorrow morning. He'll be sentenced for drugging and sexually assaulting. Andrea Constand fourteen years ago, CBS Girija Dunkin was there to hear victim. Impact statements today. Constand read a small portion of hers telling the court, all I am asking for is Justice as the court sees fit her parents and sister told the court the assault has taken an immense emotional toll on the entire family. The judge in the case combined three counts into one. So Cosby faces a prison sentence of up to ten years. There was high drama at the White House today, but deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein left without being fired. CBS's Paula Reed has more spoke with today. Thursday when I get back to the weather speaking to reporters at the UN, President Trump said he will meet with deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein later this week to discuss reports the top Justice official wanted to remove the president from.
Nancy Cordes, Texas and Gop discussed on WBBM Early Afternoon News
"Vote today on the gop comp 'promise measure in the house that deals with immigration concerns cbs's nancy cordes compromise bill the one that has been painstakingly worked out by house republican leaders to try to bridge the gap between moderates and conservatives in the house that vote has been postponed until tomorrow and leaders tell us the reason for that is their members still have a lot of questions about what's in that bill how it would work again that vote could come a day from now first lady melania trump flew to mcallen texas for a surprise stop at a detention center for kids ages twelve to seventeen she had questions how many times they speak with their relatives or families per week for example all those children typically spend about six weeks there virginia's governor looking into claims that immigrant latino teenagers were physically abused to.
Captain Bowman, Alex Silverman and New York discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Just as fifteen victims were rushed to hospitals police have put out a description of the suspects but still no arrests and no word on the motive there was a shooting at a birthday party at a restaurant in oklahoma city last evening that left a woman and her twelve year old daughter wounded the gunman dead shot and killed by a bystander with a concealed carry permit police captain bowman views only person that was killed in this incident was the the suspect who came in and started shooting everybody no word on the gunman's relationship to the two victims north korea's delivered a measured response to president trump's decision to cancel next month plan summit in singapore saying it's still hopes for trump formula to settle the standoff over its nuclear weapons program correspondent steven portnoy aides describe a trail of broken promises and the brief negotiation culminating in an end to communications between washington and pyongyang at one point officials confirm a senior white house aide was stood up waiting at a singapore planning session for north korean officials who never showed the last straw north korea statement this week calling vice president pence a dummy and making threats of an appalling tragedy that could befall the us senate leader mitch mcconnell says there were no surprises yesterday's meetings with justice fbi intelligence officials over trump allegations at the fbi planted a spy in the president's twenty sixteen campaign cbs's nancy cordes the white house said that they were there to quote convey the president's desire for as much openness as possible under the law and obviously the president has been pushing for days for just this kind of meeting he is the one who has been arguing on twitter and elsewhere that perhaps there was a spy planted in his campaign democrats who attended one of the meetings say they saw no evidence to support the president's allegations hollywood producer harvey weinstein will face sex related charges in new york wcbs is alex silverman sources say harvey weinstein will surrender to the nypd this morning he'll be processed and taken to the criminal courthouse in lower manhattan to face a judge on wall street the dow drop seventy five points to twenty four thousand eight eleven the nasdaq composite down a point and the s and.
North Korea Responds to Canceled Summit, Is 'Willing' to Talk
"Restaurant in suburban toronto last night and detonated a bomb sending fifteen people to the hospital three with critical injuries reported chris maverick inside the bombay bell restaurant there is blood on the floor where a children's birthday party was being held the windows are blown out and there is debris all across the parking lot security footage shows two masked men planning a device seconds before it detonated one shaken witness dusted away shards of glass and watched as fifteen victims were rushed to hospitals police have put out a description of the suspects but still no arrests and no word on the motive there was a shooting at a birthday party at a restaurant in oklahoma city last evening that left a woman and her twelve year old daughter wounded the gunman dead shot and killed by a bystander with a concealed carry permit police captain bowman views only person that was killed in this incident was the the suspect who came in and started shooting everybody no word on the gunman's relationship to the two victims north korea's delivered a measured response to president trump's decision to catch ansell next month's planned summit in singapore saying it's still hopes for trump formula to settle the standoff over its nuclear weapons program correspondent steven portnoy aides describe a trail of broken promises in the brief negotiation culminating in an end to communications between washington and pyongyang at one point officials confirm a senior white house aide was stood up waiting at a singapore planning session for north korean officials who never showed the last straw north korea statement this week calling vice president pence a dummy and making threats of an appalling tragedy that could befall the us senate leader mitch mcconnell says there were no surprises at yesterday's meetings with justice fbi and intelligence officials over trump allegations at the fbi planted a spy in the president's 2016 campaign cbs's nancy cordes the white house said that they were there to quote convey the president's desire for as much openness as possible under the law and obviously the president has been pushing for days for just this kind of meeting he is the.