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"nancy court" Discussed on WTOP
"Our 1st 100 days in office were on day one White House correspondent Nancy Court is on Mr Biden's challenge for Americans to mask up for those 1st 100 days of the cases that the president was making was that actually mask wearing could be more beneficial. To the coronavirus count, then vaccines at this point, and so that is a message You're going to hear over and over again from this administration. Vaccine, of course, is in short supply. But CBS is Bhola Langi says. That's not the only problem. Hospitalizations in the US continue to be a peak levels, and on Wednesday, the second highest daily deaths recorded nearly 4400. In just one day, almost matching Japan's death toll during the entire pandemic. Japan's prime minister is denying a media report that says government officials there are privately ready to canceled postponed Tokyo Olympic Games because of the Corona virus. He wants the games to go on. There's been a deadly terror attack in Iraq. CBS is Norah O'Donnell. Twin suicide bombings rocked Baghdad, The first drew a crowd and then came the second last more than 30. People were killed in the deadliest attacks in years. Isis has just claimed responsibility in this comes as the U. S. Draws down its troops in Iraq. National Guard troops have been guarding and sleeping inside the capital for days, but now Capitol police have asked them to leave when they're off duty. It's sleep at a nearby garage instead, so Congress and staff members have more time to or more room in the hallways at the two sides are said to be talking. One senator has said they could stay inside her office, and she now says they're being welcomed into the visitor's center. The winner of last night's huge Powerball jackpot, still hasn't shown up to claim it. But lots of people are talking about it, and a small Maryland town where the ticket was sold. WJZ TV S Rachel Cardinal Konig, Maryland, a town of about 1200 people with one lucky winner,.
"nancy court" Discussed on WTOP
"Meghan Cloherty. Nobody of gains on Wall Street. The Dow was up 543 points at the closing bell. Thursday. Thiss Is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Wendy Gillette in New York. The electoral vote total still stands at 2 53 for Joe Biden and 2 13 for President Trump, according to CBS News. But Biden is inching ever closer in key states, including Georgia, where the president is now just 665 votes ahead. He made up almost 600 votes in the last hour. Biden did as the ballot counting continues overnight. Thursday, he continued to urge patients I ask everyone to stay calm all people to stay calm processes working. The count is being completed. And we'll know very soon President Trump keeps alleging election fraud without showing Any proof. Officials overseeing the counting in Pennsylvania and other key states are all part of a Corrupt democratic machine that you've written about. And for a long time you've been writing about A corrupt democratic machine. He. CBS's Nancy Court is on the president's assertion, he said. It's amazing how the mail in ballots are so one sided for Vice President Biden well again, that's not amazing. President Trump told his voters not to vote by mail. He said that vote by mail was illegitimate to the great frustration of a number of Republicans who know that that is typically a strength. For their party, CBS Zak Hudak describes several court cases President Trump's legal team is pursuing in relation to the results in Pennsylvania, in one case pending before the Supreme Court. They argue that mail ballots received within a three day extension in Pennsylvania shouldn't be counted in a state court case, arguing that state's top elections official gave counties too many days to allow voters to correct identification mistakes on mail ballots. In a third case, they argued to the state High Court Road off the election's officials didn't Let their poll watchers get close enough to properly monitor ballot counting. The final results are close in Pennsylvania. Each of the cases could affect the outcome. Corona virus cases are spiking nationwide Topping 100,000 for a second day, Alabama's governor, Kay Ivey extended her state's mandatory mask order through December 11th brother and later it's going to be up to each of us to do the right thing. Another offshoot of the virus. Millions of minks are being put down in Denmark because of outbreaks spreading the virus from the animals to people. CBS's Riley Carlson, Denmark is one of the world's biggest mink exporters, and the killing could cost the industry nearly $800 million. But the government says farmers will be compensated. Residents across the infected region are being advised to get tested, so officials can make sure the mutated virus hasn't spread any further. This is CBS News. W T OBY News Till I'm now. Three ovary Friday.
Democrats and Republicans remain divided on enhanced unemployment benefits
"In Washington, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin telling Senate Republicans that negotiations are no closer to a Corona virus relief deal than they were last week. He's putting the blame on congressional Democrats Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. They're leading the talks last Friday. Of course, that's $600 a week federal enhancement to state unemployment benefits it expired. Other Republicans emerging from today's briefing with the Treasury secretary and White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, saying it appears the bipartisan negotiations are now at a stalemate. CBS NEWS Congressional correspondent Nancy Court is with this question to Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell. In a variety of proposals. But at this point what do you believe the consensus Senate Republican view is on how large the federal unemployment insurance benefits should be per week and how long it should last. Well, I think I've made it very clear for some time. Now. If you're looking for total consensus among Republican senators, you're not going to find it, so we do have divisions about what to do. What we're hoping for. Here is a bipartisan proposal negotiated by the president of the stage and his team who can sign a bill into law and Democratic majority in the House that can appeal to a significant percentage of Republicans in the House and Senate. That's where we are on the unemployment issue. We all know it needs to be solved. We don't want the exploration to continue what we've suggested that Short term fixes. Others have indicated they've objected to that a better outcome would be to get to a total solution sooner rather than later. And that's what I am encouraging everyone to do on both sides. Part of the challenge with this negotiation that Negotiators know what the Democratic negotiating position is, but it's unclear what the Republican position is. It's no, that's not a big challenge at all. I'm not anticipating 100 nothing vote in the Senate. This time. I said that in the very beginning, I said it when we laid down our trillion dollar heels. I don't think we're gonna have A total consensus in this round. The atmosphere is much more partisan than it was back in March and April that much closer to the election. So I don't think the definition of success here is whether we have a unanimous vote. I think the definition successes is the product. Something that will actually make a difference. And yet part of the problem is we hear from other Senate Republicans, including Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Rand Paul of Kentucky, saying that they do not support the price tag for the Koven 19 2nd round of relief package is more from today's briefing with reporters, NBC's Casey Hunt and Senator Mitch McConnell. Nancy Pelosi, that House speaker seems to have suggested that $600 per week for federal benefits is for red Line. Do you think a bill with that amount of money for unemployment could pass the Senate if the president were to say he wants that, too? I think I'm pretty safe to say that there are plenty of Republicans in the Senate who may not vote for a package if that's where it ends up, But we know this is going to be a negotiated settlement. I just said it's not going Produce a Kumbaya moment like we had in March or April where everybody voted. Aye, but the American people in the end I need help. And wherever this thing settles between President United States and his team have to sign it into law and the Democrat not insignificant minority in the Senate and majority in the house is something I'm prepared to support even if I have some problems. With certain
"nancy court" Discussed on WTOP
"If it's so now a total of around twenty six million of filed since the corona virus pandemic forced shutdowns and layoffs business analyst Jill Slazenger here's the fear among economists that if we go back to quickly to work that we are more likely to see a second leg down and what's really critical about a second leg down is that it's harder for consumers and businesses to come out of that second leg about eight in ten Americans in a CBS news poll say their finances have been adversely affected by the pandemic or will be in the weeks ahead correspondent Nancy court is says house action today on another round of relief can't come soon enough for some people who are at the brink we're down to like ten dollars Katie bell runs a spot in Arizona and has been trying to get a small business loan since the day the paycheck protection program launched we tried calling reaching out I haven't been able to actually talk to a real person yet she's hoping that the new cash infusion will help three hundred ten billion dollars Congress is set to approve today after the first tranche of two hundred fifty billion ran out in just two weeks the sharp debate in some states about plans to re open some parts of the economy in New York City mayor to build the Blasi says there's no rush my fear is that there are people governed more by politics or image or their concern about the economy than their concern about the health and welfare of their people the viruses have prisons hard CBS's Jim chrysalis Merion and pick away state prisons in central Ohio are among the nation's coronavirus hot spots at the Merion lock up to inmates have died in two thousand inmates have tested positive there've also been large corona virus outbreaks of prisons at Arkansas and North Carolina at least six.
Senate defeats motion to call witnesses in Trump impeachment trial
"Report today was a critical day in the impeachment trial of president trump I came down do as most predicted no new witnesses would be allowed in no new evidence introduced CBS is Nancy court the clerk will call the roll Mister Alexander the senators voted from their desks one by one the yeas are forty nine the nays are fifty one the motion is not agreed to house impeachment managers have cited the latest Walton bomb shell in a last ditch please for witnesses do you want your place in history to be let's hear the truth or that we don't want to hear it CBS news legal expert Jonathan Turley says house Democrats have only themselves to blame they blundered they gave up their record they gave up their case too early because they were rushing to a vote the Senate will reconvene on Monday stand down on Tuesday then vote on acquittal on Wednesday CBS news special report I'm
"nancy court" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"It which will be officially accepted tomorrow at high noon the president trump trial now set to begin on Tuesday and likely the last three to five weeks as for that Senate jury it's likely to be an unforgettable experience CBS is Nancy court there are rules of decorum that they are told to follow they can't talk for hours on end they have to sit in their seats I can't even chat with their neighbor they can't bring in electronic devices they can't bring in reading materials if those materials don't pertain to the trial itself so there are going to be some pretty serious restrictions on what they can or can't do senators like to talk so this is going to be a challenging exercise for them especially because even though the White House was predicting that this entire trial might last two weeks most lawmakers believe that it could take nearly two weeks just to get through the opening arguments in the president's big event today was the signing of a stage one trade deal with China Beijing agreeing to buy more US manufactured products and more agricultural products as well CBS's been tracing the US side does claim there is an enforcement mechanism within this deal that if the Chinese don't live up to it that there are penalties for that there could be more terrorists is so this is the U. S. are the trump administration says that this is a big get in this phase one trade deal president trump says along with the new north American trade deal this could boost the GDP by up to seventy five basis points Russian president Vladimir Putin's current term ends in twenty twenty three but today he took steps to ensure that he will remain in the driver's seat long after that correspondent Charlie d'agata an ounce reforms.
"nancy court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"President saying the unemployment rate in Wisconsin is at an all time low because of the creation of opportunities owns throughout the state the latest democratic presidential debate featuring six qualifying candidates happen last night in the morning I. with the last such event before the Iowa caucuses says now less than three weeks away and the race is tight the latest a morning register poll shows senator Sanders at the top with former vice president Joe Biden senator Warren and mayor Pete judge following closely behind negative radian ABC news New York meanwhile the formal transfer of the articles of impeachment against president trump expected to follow the naming of house impeachment managers later this morning by speaker Nancy Pelosi late this afternoon those managers will make the ceremonial walk with the articles of impeachment through the capital down this very hall way they are going to be marching the articles from the house chamber through the statuary hall through the rotunda along the second floor of the capitol past the old Senate chamber through the Ohio clock corridor and then eventually to the Senate chamber at CVS is Nancy court is reporting from the capitol coming up the rock and roll hall of fame welcomes new inductees WTMJ news time it'll five having a first break down when you need it the most is likely going to throw off life balance today I get it it can be a stressful ordeal Hey there this is Smith the polar express heating and air distress first breakdown stems from the unexpected and the unknown when we need a new client the chances are extremely high that the next thing they require service they'll be calling us back we're good and all but I think the biggest reason we have so many repeat clients is because we're boring yep are predictable predictability makes is boring we.
"nancy court" Discussed on WTOP
"In the Middle East but the most talked about moment during the debate on CNN came when Bernie Sanders was asked about claims made by Elizabeth Warren that in twenty eighteen Sanders said a woman could not be elected president why did you say that well the matter of fact I didn't say that Sanders then said he would never make a comment like that anybody knows me knows that it's incomprehensible so I would think that a woman could not be president of the arts after the debate Sanders and Warren did approach each other they did not shake hands there was what seemed to be a spirited exchange of words Steve Futterman CBS news at the democratic debate in the morning house Democrats are about to make history in three hours from now speaker Pelosi will announce impeachment managers then lawmakers will vote on sending articles across the capital CBS is Nancy court S. C. articles will be hand delivered to the Senate as they were before the Clinton impeachment trial by a set of house impeachment managers who will then serve as prosecutors in the Senate trial opening statements alone could last for weeks new numbers from the government show the country was saturated with pain pills in the mid two thousands correspondent Vicki Barker is live with the details so now we know more than a hundred billion doses of oxycodone and hydrocodone flooded into American pharmacies and homes between two thousand six to twenty fourteen twenty four billion more than previously made public and how do we know the Washington post in the company that owns the Charleston Gazette mail in West Virginia waged a year long legal battle to obtain the information the drug makers fought the release arguing it could damage their competitive advantage Deborah the baseball commissioner's report called him the mastermind of the Astros sign stealing scheme a day after Houston's manager in GM were handed their walking papers the red Sox have fired manager Alex Cora bench coach for the Astros during their World Series winning twenty seventeen season New York Daily News columnist bill Madden the link between both of these scandals he was involved places and he was the ringleader in both places he brought the basically the cheating schemes from Houston to Austin weather the red Sox won the World Series in twenty eighteen the rock and roll hall of fame announces this year's inductees next hour Dave Matthews Band the Doobie brothers the notorious B. I. G. and Whitney Houston among the nominees.
"nancy court" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Put forth and her six sixty which is has resolution which talk about the terms under I see further at see with the investigation so the people what the battlefield was like we expect to see that here a different thing I hear that they might want to you probably heard one way or another some of them have suggested they might want to dismiss dismiss equals cover up business goals and mission your fate of the facts to the witnesses and the documentation we would have hoped that like that as with the Clinton a process that they would have been a bipartisan resolution turning how to proceed contrary to what the Majority Leader says he says this is like the Clinton no it's not at all and I center members yesterday six points in my six of the points in which it is different but none the less at some point we would hope that we would see from them but the terms of engagement will be we are ready we are proud of our defense of the constitution of the United States we are concerned at the centers will not be able to live up to the they must take to having partial try so much for that however speaker Pelosi did indicate that she won't hold the articles indefinitely CBS capitol correspondent Nancy court is with this question what looks like yes.
"nancy court" Discussed on WTOP
"Meeting and preparing to vote on a war powers resolution that would restrict future military action against Iran CBS is Nancy court is on Capitol Hill says many lawmakers are unhappy with the administration briefing on the justification for killing Iran's top general Democrats are even more intent on passing this resolution limiting the president's ability to go after Iran they say that the evidence was weak that there were a lot of questions that went unanswered and that they think that the administration is kind of trying to make it keep the case after the fact for why it took this unusual step Republican senators rand Paul and Mike Lee reliable allies of the president say they will vote for the resolution president trump defended his hardline stance on Iran and said he's already moved forward with new sanctions we've we've increased and they were very severe but now it's increased substantially I just approved a little while ago with treasury Iran denies it but U. S. officials have gathered enough evidence to conclude that in a Ronnie and anti aircraft missile down the Ukrainian jetliner just hours after its missile strike against military bases in Iraq CBS's Chris van Cleve with details US intelligence picked up signals of a running rate are being turned on and then US satellites detected infrared blips of two missile launchers and then followed shortly thereafter another infrared blip of an explosion Canadian intelligence officials reach the same conclusion sixty three Canadians were among the one hundred seventy six people killed in the crash prime minister Justin Trudeau news will undoubtedly come as a further shock to the families who are already grieving in the face of this unspeakable tragedy house speaker Nancy Pelosi said she won't hang on to the articles of impeachment indefinitely he was doing sell until the Senate outlined the rules for the impeachment trial Majority Leader Mitch McConnell if the speaker continues to review is to take our own accusations to trial the Senate will move forward next week with the business of our people hello she said she probably hand over the article soon California's governor wants to use the state's buying power to lower the cost of prescription drugs for residents K. annexes Greg figure is proposing going directly to the company's actually make generics asking them to make a California label generic buy in bulk and then pass that savings on the California consumers this would be huge for a lot of medications especially diabetics in need of insulin at the close the Dow is up to twelve the nasdaq.
Lawmakers debate impeachment on eve of historic vote
"Update on the eve of the historic house vote on impeaching president trump the rules committee is setting the guidelines for floor debate panel chairman Jim McGovern I expect we'll have a lot of debate here today I hope everyone searches for conscience after tomorrow's both the focus will be on a Senate trial in January right now leaders of both sides are sparring over how many witnesses if any to call it that trial CVS is Nancy court is actually not that uncommon that the two sides with set out their bargaining positions right at the outset Schumer saying he wants a bunch of witnesses McConnell saying he doesn't want any witnesses and then they would move to the middle from there that's how things have worked in the past whether they can work that way again in this highly partisan environment that we're in right now as pertains to impeachment remains to be seen and we just learned that president trump has sent speaker Nancy Pelosi a six page letter objecting to impeachment CBS news update on
"nancy court" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Piper in just about five hours Democrats are said to hold a news conference to unveil two articles of impeachment against president trump it sets the stage for a possible vote this week with these two articles I think they probably I use the passage of impeachment political analyst Larry Sabato CBS is Nancy court is has more on Mondays of between hearings Republican frustration boiled over questions of other staff and the member states as democratic lawyers and laid out their impeachment case Donald J. trump the forty fifth president of the United States abuse the power of his office they started with that July phone call between president trump and the president of Ukraine witnesses who listen to the call described it as unusual improper inappropriate and concerning president trump urged Ukraine to investigate his campaign rivals Joe Biden even as he killed millions in grain eight the justice department's internal watchdog is the clear that the FBI was justified in opening its investigation into ties between the trump presidential campaign and Russia though errors were found there was no political bias by the agency found still the president sees it this way embarrassment to our country it's dishonest it's so it's everything and that a lot of people thought it would be except far worse overseas now we are just getting word of a shooting at a hospital in the northeastern check city of Ostrava six people have been killed in the suspect is at large to New Zealand were eight people remain missing and are presumed dead after a volcanic eruption five are confirmed dead prime minister Justin are German police eagle helicopter rescue helicopter in in the DVD craft have undertaken a number or ferial reconnaissance flights over the island since the eruption no signs of life having seen at any point questions remain as to why the nearly fifty people were allowed to the site since there were warnings that it could erupt the visitors were from a world.
"nancy court" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"News and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest this is CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting I'm Jim Shannon house impeachment vote by Christmas that's what Nancy Pelosi once and she may get it CBS is Nancy court is the speaker confirmed what many had assumed that the house is on track to impeach a president for just the third time in U. S. history the president gave us no choice top Democrats from sixty committees or already conferring on articles of impeachment that could include abuse of power bribery and obstruction of justice for all engagement all jobs Republicans insist the president had every right to ask you cranes president to investigate his campaign rival Joe Biden and to withhold millions in aid to Ukraine at the same time at least three people are reported dead one in critical condition after police say to robbery suspects kidnap the UPS driver and used his truck to lead police honor to county chase in and around Miami Florida it ended with a shoot out coral gables police chief at who act says it started with the highest at a jewelry store subjects exchanged gunfire with the proprietor who also fired back as we arrive there was also subsequent bullets that landed across the street at city hall no information has been given about the status of the U. P. S. driver indictments unsealed today against members of a Russian hackers group that allegedly ripped off more than a hundred million dollars from U. S. accounts CDS to Jeff a gaze look.
"nancy court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Okay the sound bite where these things follow see said that she's not gonna have a vote on impeachment and it's from this press conference and it was from a question from the CBS info Babe Nancy court as could we be looking at an article of impeachment having to deal with bribery I don't know that we don't even have to make major decisions to teach that and that's what people heard we haven't even made a decision doing page what she means conduct a vote they have made in the city see that's even quite telling this isn't even an impeachment this is the so called inquire ship calls it his the acquittal of a grand jury the problem is grand juries don't get conducted in the public but anyway what she's telling people this is still the inquiry and then next week the Republicans good to bring in some witnesses and who knows where it's going to go now I think I the interpretation of this we don't even we haven't made a decision to impeach that's what the immigration I think people are combining the uber reality that yesterday was a total bomb with Pelosi saying we haven't even made a decision to impeach and concluding that she's decided it was a bomb and so they're in going to be a vote that's not what she's saying she still hedging her bets and if this juncture would be very helpful to replay Harold Ford and what he said but I got a I can have time to squeeze that in before the break so we'll do that coming back but finally able now to understand why everybody thought she said the that there was not going to be a vote she didn't.
"nancy court" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Okay the sound bite where these things follow see said that she's not gonna have a vote on impeachment and it's from this press conference and it was from a question from the CVS info Babe Nancy court as could we be looking at an article of impeachment having to deal with bribery I don't know we don't even have to be made a decision to teach that fire is that's what people heard we haven't even made a decision doing page what she means conduct a vote they have made a decision see that's even quite telling this isn't even an impeachment this is the so called inquire ship calls in his the acquittal of a grand jury the problem is grand juries don't get conducted in the public but anyway what she's telling people this is still the inquiry and then next week the Republicans good to bring in some witnesses and who knows where it's going to go now I think I the interpretation of this we don't even we haven't made a decision to impeach that's what the inquires I think people are combining the uber reality that yesterday was a total bomb with hello see saying we haven't even made his vision of peach and concluding that she's decided it was a bomb and so there is going to be a vote that's not what she said she still hedging her bets and if this juncture would be very helpful to replay Harold Ford and what he said but I got a I can have time to squeeze that in before the break so we'll do that coming back was finally able now to understand why everybody thought she said the that there was not going to be.
Trump impeachment inquiry: highlights from day two
"Will testimony in the impeachment hearing before the house intelligence committee resumes behind closed doors today yesterday's public hearing featured emotional testimony by the former US ambassador to Ukraine we get more from CBS is Wendy Gillette during the second day of public impeachment hearings lawmakers heard from former Ukraine ambassador Morita Bonaventure whose recall by president trump it was pretty clear that a decision had been made by the president implemented by the state department that I had to leave Ukraine but I you know I I would hope that there will be more public support many Republicans have been frustrated by the hearing CBS's Nancy court is the frustration on the part of Republicans was with the fact that the chair of the committee Adam Schiff unexpectedly gaveled out the hearing as soon as all the lawmakers have had an opportunity to ask their questions and so Republicans had been saving some procedural motions that they wanted to make the railing against that this process that they say has been so secretive another closed door hearing is being held today senior White House budget official mark sandy is testifying CBS news update I wanted
"nancy court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Led by the president United States operated by agents like Rudy Giuliani chords online and mobile earlier in the day the former ambassador to Ukraine Marie you're hot of it said she felt threatened by the president and then was removed from her post CBS is Nancy court as reports from Capitol Hill she warned Congress that her career was far from the biggest casualty when other countries other actors and other countries see that private interests foreign interests on can come together and get a U. S. ambassador removed what's going to stop them from doing that in the future in other countries seven who was he one of which deported to a sustained standing ovation and during your vivacious testimony house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff reddit tweet from the president that shocked youravon of it to the president writing everywhere Marie youravon of inch went turned bad many in the trump administration or taken off guard by the tweet Republican congresswoman Liz Cheney said the president was wrong saying quote your vantage is somebody who has been a public servant to the U. S. for decades I don't think the president should have said that and while all that was happening on Capitol Hill one of the president's associates Roger stone was found guilty of lying to Congress and witness tampering here's ABC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas still enjoys a number of the president's advisers.
"nancy court" Discussed on 710 WOR
"O. R. now more though Rush Limbaugh show where things follow see said that she's not gonna have a vote on impeachment and it's from this press conference and it was from a question from the CBS info Babe Nancy court as could we be looking at an article of impeachment having to deal with bribery I don't know that we don't even have to make major decisions each that's when people heard we haven't even made a decision doing page what she means conduct a vote they have made in the city see that's even quite telling this isn't even an impeachment this is the so called inquire ship calls in his the question of a grand jury the problem is grand juries don't get conducted in the public but anyway what she's telling people this is still the inquiry and then next week the Republicans good to bring in some witnesses and who knows where it's going to go now I think I'm the interpretation of this we don't even we haven't made a decision to impeach that's what the inquires I think people are combining with the uber reality that yesterday was a total bomb what hello see saying we haven't even made a decision of peach and concluding that she's decided it was a bomb and so there is going to be a vote that's not what she's saying she still hedging her bets I am at this juncture and be very helpful to replay Harold Ford and what he said but I got a I can have time to squeeze that in before the break so we'll do that coming back but finally able now to understand why everybody thought she said the that there was not going.
"nancy court" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Drug gangs largest maker of vaping products cutting ties with its best seller correspondent Anna Werner jewel came out with an announcement today saying that they are not going to sell mint flavored jewel pods in the U. S. to retailers or on their website which is big because reportedly jewels a sales seventy percent of them are for mint flavor jul had earlier stop selling fruity flavored vaping ponds as it tries to counter criticism it's partially responsible for the growing problem of vaping among young people another day another release of transcripts from earlier closed door testimony before house impeachment investigators this time it was from a career diplomat CBS is Nancy court as Deputy Assistant secretary of state George can't told lawmakers that guiliani schemes with a series of corrupt Ukrainians to wage a months long campaign of lies against then US ambassador to Ukraine Maria von of itch can't says the smears created a crisis that threatened to consume the U. S. Ukraine relationship can told the panel the president trump wanted the president of Ukraine to make a public statement that included three key words investigation Biden and Clinton other Democrat considering getting into the race for the party's presidential nomination former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg is said to be keeping the door open now CBS is it okay if he would be a moderate voice by all means remember this is a man who had been a Democrat became a Republican switch to be an independent but spoke on Hillary Clinton for half of her conventions in twenty sixteen so you know he's a middle of the road pro business sort of pragmatic technocratic Democrats in the time since he left the mayor's office in New York Bloomberg has kept his feet wet in politics primarily with his push for stricter new gun laws on Wall Street the Dow set another record close gaining a hundred eighty two points this is CBS news CBS this morning join Tom Anthony Mason and kill yes this morning we the thirty dollar card tabs most of you voted for may be heading to court the story coming up the first have a radio real time traffic.
"nancy court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Expected to make it official in about a half hour from now authorizing a formal impeachment inquiry on president trump CDS is Nancy courts have been pulled we'll be announcing a formal. Cory and she baby laying out other parameters for this ongoing investigation the president tweeted that he has authorized the release of an unredacted transcript of his call to the Ukrainian president now the U. S. Senate has approved a resolution calling on whistle blower complaints to be submitted to Senate and house intelligence committees Joe Biden says the president needs to start cooperating fully with the congressional pro this time for this administration stop stonewalling to provide the Congress of all the facts it needs. including a copy of a formal complaint made by the whistle blower. it is time for the Congress to fully investigate the conduct of this press for CBS news update I'm Jim Sherman WTMJ news time three thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center and improperly discarded smoking device is being blamed for a deadly fire and found the lack the final like fire department says they have reason to believe the fire started in the group home was accidental shared by five adults with cognitive disabilities according to first responders I heard an alarm sounding in the basement of the building's owner confirm there was at least one working smoke detector in the home three people were killed while two others were able to escape the victims ranged in age from twenty four to seventy two Mike Spaulding WTMJ Milwaukee is taking steps to confront the reckless driving epidemic in the city had on Milwaukee alderman Michael Murphy is in a committee studying reckless driving in the city and he says they're looking at the problem with a three pronged approach one is in force ability and accountability one is dealing with education prevention and the others engineering solutions one of the things the committee is looking at is changing state laws right now you currently buy a car without having a driver's license we think it's important that you get a bite how you should have a driver's license some judges have suggested that potentially fifty thousand people are driving with a suspended or revoked license that allows a WTMJ news the state is ramping up its efforts to attract potential investors for a property long Milwaukee's lakefront the marquis business journal Sean Ryan says the state is sending out conceptual design for a fifty story office tower it be the tallest in the city and could be as a centerpiece for the city it has been marketed nationally and they really see this as something that can kind of play at that scale is this being a unique commodity if you well and these new renderings would kind of up that effort two acre property is located along Clyburn and Lincoln Memorial drive that's two six governor Charlie Baker taking steps to deal with the vaping crisis governor Baker is hitting the pause button he's implementing a four month temporary ban on the retail and online sales of all vaping and E. cigarette products including flavored and unflavored nicotine tobacco and marijuana. antes declaring vaping a public health emergency E. cigarette usages exploding and it's clear there's a very real danger to the population this temporary vandalize state government a medical providers the time they need to understand the dangers and respond accordingly there have been sixty one vaping related illnesses reported to the state since September eleventh Kim Tunnicliffe for CBS news Boston well the movie the joker causing some concerns over gun violence since walking Phoenix's movie the joker premiered at the Venice Film Festival. there's been a lot of talk about its violent content and whether it might inspire acts of violence that concerns some family members of those killed in the two thousand twelve theater shooting in Aurora Colorado on the opening night of the dark knight rises Tuesday they put out an open letter to Warner brothers calling in the studio to use its platform to help build safer communities with fewer guns and use its political clout in leveraging Congress to actively lobby for gun reform the theater in Aurora where the shooting took place won't be showing the joker J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood WTMJ news time three thirty five you're listening to Wisconsin's afternoon. WTMJ. the hunt for Brooks over continues tonight the brewers have what is a great six games left. six games three in Cincinnati and three in Colorado against Iraqis who here we go in the birds are gonna have to do it on their own own they're not get a lot of help the cardinals are really lose in primarily because they've been playing the cubs view nationals keep on winning but fortunately the brewers have been the hottest team in baseball they're just have to do it on their own yeah I don't have to do it on the road as well so the magic number is three any companies in the brewers wins and cubs losses will net the brewers a playoff spot and as of today the rigorous playoff chances are ninety eight percent wow prior to week one Packers and bears the number was seven percent that's amazing so dramatic turnaround here in little less than a month's time you know guy we don't talk a lot about is yes money ground del what a great acquisition is he the best catcher in the National League office of Lee his numbers are outstanding now what I've been amazed that is he's played in over a hundred forty five games wow he's a capture right I mean that is that's an extremely high I don't anymore so he's not caught all those games in some cases it was a painted appearance some cases he was playing first base or maybe even a designated hitter but nonetheless that is time on his feet when yeah catcher's could probably use a day off many Pina was a little bit Ding dot throughout portions of the season ingrained dolls Baptista's Utah Kristin yell it this is the time for you to understand if it cooled off a little bit and he's a great month you know what impresses me when I look at ground dial the walks catchers are often walk that often you know you expect Yeltsin Kane when Kane is going right to take a lot of pitches the ground doll is it a hundred walks almost two years now I'd be interested to see how this evolves as we get into the playoffs and really the rest of the season once you remove Kristin yeah which is bad for the line up I think pictures thought why even throw his money Grinnell appears he's the next most dangerous bat well right after Christian yelled one out Mike Moustakas came back and hit two home runs and helping the brewers beat the Marlins so I think instantly you maybe had a shift in mentality for how to handle growing Dahlin whose stock is because. as it moves as bad as been pretty dangerous here to the last couple weeks so. nobody appreciates that more than he has money growing dollar there's another bad or multiple back to the line up who can do some damage I'm fascinated watching Craig Counsell in September it's just amazing happened last year it was kind of an orthodox and he was like the mad scientist pushed all the buttons pulled all the levers and he just really seems to thrive in September when the rosters get bigger and they're more arms and it's fun to watch there's a remarkable amount of flexibility and I think it you know in in may if starting pitcher goes three and two thirds you're scrambling and you're trying to figure out how to get the nine innings and now it's just like okay let's let's see we got who's fresh in the rules change in September baseball that we're sport where the rules change when you approach French time it didn't happen in any other sport the rules change and you take advantage of it and why not do that that's what the rules are therefore it's going to be different next year rock band to forty so of the great council in September it was not a fluke last year it really what I'm a baseball geek I watch a lot of baseball this time of year not just the brewers and other teams other managers don't do what he does to the extent that he does it it's remarkable yeah and I I think we learned terms last year that we were familiar with in baseball we were taught you know initial I'll get her in getting staff in yeah forget about starter and reliever I think it took fans a little while to to get on board but by the time the playoffs for here everybody was on board but the national media did not focus on the brewers all season so they were like what is this this is all new so you're two of this working.
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"To ninety three this afternoon that's above average for the ten percent rain chance need seventy eight degrees at newsradio WFLA Democrats in the house are talking impeachment now that they've returned from summer vacation democratic support for an impeachment inquiry swelled while Congress was going thirty two more house Democrats came out in favor and an inquiry is the precursor to a formal impeachment proceedings something some of those Democrats would like to pursue before the twenty twenty elections Nancy court is at the capitol the secretary of commerce reportedly threatened to fire employees at nola over the sharpie gate scandal. staff members. it is said that he was investigating potential violations. the agency's policies of scientific integrity. he was reacting to a press release said Friday that the claim by pressing. after the president made those comments the National Weather Service in Birmingham. tweet saying. the. he said that was wrong we judging reporting the national rifle association has filed a lawsuit against the city of San Francisco never its board of supervisors labeled a domestic terrorist organization last week the board called for the city and county to take steps not to do with do any business with the NRA but that resolution has to be signed by the mayor peace talks with the Taliban or dead that's what president trump is telling reporters noting that the secret talks between the Taliban Afghan government and US officials had been planned for camp David he said he canceled the talks after a suicide bombing attack killed a US soldier in Kabul last week. residents in the Bahamas accusing the government of covering up just how many people were killed during hurricane Dorian the death toll is now in the forties the storm hit as a category five meanwhile the search for victims continues. Bahamian officials say the total number of missing maybe unknown for weeks teams working through a flattened landscape searching remote areas not reached in story and hit a week ago the building anxiety evident on social media people hopeful for any news on their loved ones the United Nations says the storm left more than seventy thousand homeless many Bahamian say faith is old it's getting them by your Barnett reporting there's an election for Congress in North Carolina following a high profile voter fraud case involving the former Republican candidates for president Donald Trump and vice president Mike pence appeared with GOP candidate Dan bishop yesterday Dan Macready is hoping to become the first Democrat to win the North Carolina knife congressional district seat since the early nineteen sixties the special election was ordered following allegations of voter fraud by a Republican operative last fall June Priscilla reporting the federal deficit is more than a trillion dollars and rising new figures from the Congressional Budget Office show the deficits are passed the trillion dollar mark for the first eleven months of twenty nineteen that's more than a hundred eighty billion over last year's deficit. a new study shows that weight gain has a lot to do with how much people eat in between meals in the late nineteen seventies about forty percent of American adults said they didn't have any snacks during the day by two thousand seven that figure jump to ten percent now US health officials are reviewing scientific research on how eating frequency including weight gain and obesity the analysis intended to gauge the broader spectrum of possibilities which could include fasting grazing and many meals findings could also be reflected in the government's updated dietary guidelines next year Jeff man also fox news the former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate is filing for divorce they've been together for thirty one years but Serra Pailin husband Todd are divorcing Todd Beilin filed the papers in anchorage citing a quote incompatibility of temperament that made it impossible to live together as husband and wife Sarah Palin became governor of Alaska in two thousand six then became running mate for two thousand eight presidential candidate John McCain in the divorce filing Todd seeks joint custody of their only remaining minor child eleven year old trig the couple has four other children back Piper CBS news some health officials are putting out a full alert for people to stop vaping more doctors are urging people to stop the pain the American medical association wants those using E. cigarettes to stop until more research is done about its safety the recommendation comes as at least five people have died and more than four hundred others have reported long illnesses all possibly linked to vaping the AMA says we must not stand by while E. cigarettes continue to go on regulated the group purges all unregulated vaping products to be removed from the market Steve Futterman CBS news the Ivy League on top of the US news and world report's twenty twenty best college rankings the list ranks schools in different categories on factors like retaining and graduating students faculty resource. is an expert opinions Princeton took the top spot meanwhile colleges in Florida overall rose on the list this year it's six thirty six whether his neck so we have here on ninety seven point one wash FM he what are you doing Saturday September fourteenth from noon to three what.