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Johnson & Johnson's single-dose vaccine is effective and ready to ship
"Scott 5 31 at WCBS. Johnson and Johnson says it is ready to ship four million doses of its covert vaccine just too soon as it is granted emergency use authorization from the FDA, and that could happen as soon as tomorrow. Scientists say the one does shot is safe and effective and appears to work against all variants. Your CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand, the FDA review of the J and J vaccine, found it to be safe and 85% effective at preventing severe illness. 66% protective overall, taking some new variants into account. It does show very, very good protection against serious illness, hospitalization and death, and Madonna says it has sent candidate dose is specific to the variant first detected in South Africa to the National Institutes of
White House holds candlelight vigil, moment of silence to mourn COVID-19 deaths
"Grim, the heartbreaking milestone. That's what President Biden had to say about coronavirus deaths in the country crossing the 500,000 threshold. Moment of silence at the White House, where the president and vice president held a candle lighting ceremony to mark the grim milestone of 500,000 lives lost to the pandemic in the U. S. That's more Americans. Who've died in one year. This pandemic. In World War one. World War two in the Vietnam War Combined, the Bells tolled 500 times at the National Cathedral in Washington. Natalie Brand, CBS News, The White House.
Biden says teachers should move up on vaccine priority list
"Lobe K Y. W News radio 8 46, now President Biden took questions from Americans is part of a CNN Town hall yesterday in Wisconsin, said the country could be back to normal by next Christmas. If People get the covert vaccine. He also said teachers should move up on the covert vaccine priority list, though he didn't say whether he thinks they should They have to be vaccinated before returning to the classroom. Your CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand, the White House announced plans to increase the amount of weekly cove in 19 doses distributed to states to 13.5 million in July will have over 600 million doses enough to vaccinate every single American governors continue to sound the alarm over it. Shortage of supply while Americans searched in vain for the vaccine. I have signed up at every website that you could possibly sign, not back. My husband and I are both high risk. So far, the Pentagon has authorized more than
Biden says teachers should move up on vaccine priority list
"Loeb, K. Y W NewsRadio 7 47. Now President Biden was in Wisconsin. Taking questions from people is part of a CNN town hall event yesterday. President said the country could be back to normal by next Christmas. But, he said people need to get vaccinated for that to happen. Also says teachers should move up on the vaccine priority list. I think teachers and The folks who work in the school, the cafeteria worker. Another should be on the list of preferred to get a vaccination. Now. The Biden administration policy is that a vaccine should not be a prerequisite for returning to the classroom. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand tells us more vaccine doses or coming, the White House announced plans to increase the amount of weekly cove in 19 doses distributed to states to 13.5 million in July will have over 600 million doses enough to vaccinate every single American Governors continue to sound the alarm over a shortage of supply while American search in vain for the vaccine. I have signed up at every website that you could possibly sign that back. My husband and I are both high risk. So far, the Pentagon has authorized more than
Biden says teachers should move up on vaccine priority list
"6 46. Now presidential town halls are a thing again. President Biden was in Wisconsin, taking questions from Americans is part of a CNN Town hall event. President said the country could be back to normal by next Christmas, but people need to get vaccinated for that timeline to happen. He also says teachers should move up in the vaccine priority list. I think teachers and The folks who work in the school, the cafeteria worker. Another should be on the list of preferred to get a vaccination. However, it's a bit confusing because the Biden administration's policy is that a vaccine should not be a prerequisite for returning to the classroom. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand reports more Vaccine doses are coming. The White House announced plans to increase the amount of weekly cove in 19 doses distributed to states to 13.5 million by the Angel. I will have over 600 million doses enough to Vaccinate
New footage shows Officer Goodman directing Romney to safety
"Trump's second Senate impeachment trial Continuing today, House managers earlier availing new security footage from the capital. The video shows the mob of riders breaking into the building, smashing windows and doors and searching some same menacingly for vice president. Mike Pence, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand has more. One of the clip showed Capitol Police officer Eugene Goodman, running by Senator Mitt Romney, directing him to get to safety. Senator Romney was asked by reporters about that video and said it tears out your heart and brings tears to your eyes. He called it overwhelmingly distressing and emotional. Senator Romney was asked if he thinks this will change the minds of some his fellow Republicans, and he said he cannot predict how other people will react. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell signal to Republicans that their vote at the outcome of the impeachment is a matter of conscience. We've got more news
Majority favor conviction as Trump impeachment trial begins, survey says
"Become the first president to face a second impeachment trial in the Senate. By this afternoon, a new poll just released by CBS News finds a majority of Americans were talking 56%. Favor conviction. Those in favor of conviction, say this trial's holding the former president accountable and defending democracy now for those Americans, mostly Republicans, who opposed it, the trial is unnecessary and a distraction. The former president is accused of inciting the deadly January 6th attack on Congress For the second time. U S senators will serve as jurors in the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. But this one will be historic. Since he's no longer in the White House structure. We have agreed to Is eminently fair. Senate leaders on Monday announced a deal on the rules for Matt and timing the judge due process on the rights of both sides. The trial will begin with the debate than a vote on the constitutionality of an impeachment trial of a former president. Opening arguments are slated to begin at noon on Wednesday. Natalie Brand, CBS News Capitol Hill The trial will open with four hours of debate when whether the trial is constitutional about now that Trump is no longer in office, and after that prosecutors and Trump's defense team will each have up to 16 hours. To make their case what the city is
Trump impeachment trial gets underway in Senate
"Or five today Donald Trump becomes the first president to face a second impeachment trial in the Senate as he stands accused of inciting the deadly January 6th attack on the capital. Or from correspondent Natalie Brand. For the second time. U. S senators will serve as jurors in the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. But this one will be historic. Since he is no longer in the White House. Its structure we have agreed to Is eminently fair. Senate leaders on Monday announced a deal on the rules for Matt and timing those other due process. And the rights of both sides. The trial will begin Tuesday afternoon with the debate, then a vote on the constitutionality of an impeachment trial of a former president. Opening arguments are slated to begin at noon on
"natalie brand" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Keiper in Chicago. Former President Trump's impeachment trial is set to begin next week. Although President Biden is staying away from those proceedings. He's critical of his predecessor in a CBS interview. Here's Our Lilia Luciano, in an exclusive interview with CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell, which will air on CBS on Super Bowl Sunday. President Joe Biden wouldn't speculate or say how he would have voted as a senator on former President Trump's impeachment, But he did speak his mind on whether the former Resident should receive intelligence briefings. I just think that there is no need for him to have that that intelligent species What value is giving him an intelligent appreciate What impact does he have it all other than the fact he might slip in, say, Luciano CBS News CBS is Natalie Brand says the president is pushing hard. His $1.9 Trillion Covert relief International address Friday, President Biden made it clear he's prepared to get a covert economic relief measure passed without a single Republican vote. I'm going to act I'm gonna act fast. I'd like to be. I'd like to be doing it with the support of Republicans, but they're just not willing to go As far as I think we have to go. The president sat down with CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell. Middle class folks need help. But you don't need to get any help to someone making 300,000 bucks. The defense secretary gives the order at FEMA's request to have the military help speed up vaccinations. And he slap it with the White House covert 19 response to his order that the first contingent of more than 1000 active duty military personnels. Support state vaccination sites. A bipartisan group of Congress members is proposing swift action on getting more covert vaccines in American's arms despite provisions for such action in the president's economic relief package. CBS is Rebecca Kaplan report argument they're making. Is that doing this huge package that includes other by all accounts to them important items like unemployment insurance direct relief checks. Food aid. That's all important, but it's going to take awhile to finish those negotiations and to write legislation that big But they're saying that the need for vaccines is urgent right now to actually work on crushing the virus across the country so they should get that money out quickly. Health officials discourage Super Bowl parties, but they've started in Tampa where we find CBS is Jamie you parties had started in downtown Tampa. Anyone not wearing.
Biden pushing new stimulus bill regardless of Republican support
"President says he will choose to help American people over getting bogged down in negotiations with Republicans over a covert relief economic rescue bill. Correspondent Natalie Brand reports, the president and congressional Democrats are moving toward a legislative process that could exclude their GOP colleagues. While President Biden said he's willing to target direct stimulus payments based on income, he says he will not cut the amount he's promised of $1400, the vice president votes in the affirmative Vice president Khama Harris cast the tie breaking vote early Friday morning on a Senate budget resolution to begin the process of passing a covert relief bill without Republican support. Hours later at the House also passed the amended resolution. In an address today he displayed a market shift in tone and strategy for a president who entered the flight house pledging bipartisanship, he says the slim down alternative a group of 10 Republicans gave him Would only prolong the economic pain. But he concedes that a key element of his plan hiking the minimum wage to $15 per hour
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committees
"Congresswoman, Marjorie Taylor Greene stripped of her committee assignments. Correspondent Natalie Brand. The Houses voted to strip Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene from her committee assignments with bipartisan support. 11. House Republicans joined Democrats Thursday night. To remove green from the budget and education and labor committees. And this is a significant political punishment for the freshman Republican who has a history of incendiary statements. Her comments on social media posts have involved Cuban on conspiracy, theory and violence.
House passes budget resolution, moving forward with $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan
"President Biden meets with Democratic leaders to push his $1.9 trillion covert relief bill, which the GOP says is too expensive. CBS is Natalie brand with more concurrent resolution is adopted. The House passed a budget resolution Wednesday that would allow a covert relief bill to pass the Senate with just a simple majority. The debate comes as President Biden's covert 19 task force ramps up vaccination efforts across the country. We are at war. With this virus. It is critical that Congress does its part as well. The task force coordinator says they've increased vaccine supply two states, tribes and territories by more than
Trump's second impeachment trial to begin week of February 8
"Trial, the second one in just about a year. From Capitol Hill there. CBS is Natalie brand. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she will send the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday evening. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate trial won't start until the weekend, February 8th healing and unity. Will on Lee, Come if there is truth and accountability. And that is what this trial. Provide minority leader Mitch McConnell had pushed for delay. The sequel cannot be an insufficient Senate process that denies former President Trump his due process. Or damages. The Senate Or the president. See, Mr Trump's GOP Senate allies have said he has hired South Carolina attorney Butch Bowers to anchor his defense President Joe Biden says bold action is needed to dig the
Trump's Senate impeachment trial will start the week of Feb. 8, Schumer says
"9 32 The clock will soon start ticking on former President Trump's Senate impeachment trial his second Senate impeachment trial from Capitol Hill here, CBS is Natalie brand. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she will send the article of impeachment against former President Donald Trump to the Senate on Monday evening. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate trial won't start until the weekend, February 8th healing and unity. Will on Lee, Come if there is truth and accountability. And that is what this trial. Provide minority leader Mitch McConnell had pushed for delay. The sequel cannot be an insufficient Senate process that denies former President Trump his due process. Or damages. The Senate Or the presidency. And some of Mr Trump's GOP Senate allies say that he has hired South Carolina lawyer Butch Bowers to
"natalie brand" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On TV. CBS is Natalie brand Well today was steeped in tradition on Lee, a small, socially distance group attended the ceremony because of the Corona virus pandemic and increased security concern. Not of the worst fears were realized. I'm Peter King. The Senate has confirmed the first member of President Biden's Cabinet after the three new Democratic senators were Warning. They confirm Mr Biden's nominee for director of national intelligence. Averil Haynes, on a vote of 84 to 10 Haynes, a former CIA deputy director, will become a core member of President Biden security team overseeing the agencies that make up the nation's intelligence community. New president has said he wants to bring people together. He wants to try to unify the country. But some say good luck with that. The last two weeks have been tumultuous. Ever since a pro trump mob stormed the capital, and USC political science professor Jeff Barnes says the parties are as polarized now as they've ever been at any time since the civil war. I think there's a lot of reasons to think that we are divided, will remain divided. He believes there are some areas where there could be some compromise. Well, the obvious one John is infrastructure. Usually, politicians like to build things. There was some talk of doing a follow up on criminal justice reform, not in areas like immigration. No chance. I think that's one of the reasons why Wasn't advising the starting there with an executive order. The professor thinks the new president will just have to pick and choose as he goes. As for the old president, I think that you can never underestimate Donald Trump. He says. He'll never write him off. He knows better. At U. S. C. John Baird, KNX 10 70 News Radio, a former special assistant for Republican president says Even GOP lawmakers may be breathing Sons of relief about President Biden being in the White House. Scott Jennings was deputy White House political director under President George W. Bush, he tells KNX in debt, lawmakers from both parties are looking forward to fewer surprises. I think any member of Congress would like more Predictability. The chief executive Trump frequently Vaz elated on his views, and he pulled the rug out from under congressional Republicans timed again. So without speaking for any of them. Personally, I would say predictability is easier to negotiate with. An unpredictability. Jennings says he thinks President Biden can't get Republicans support on some issues like rotavirus relief that infrastructure Inauguration day marks the dawn of a new era in D. C. Whether Joe Biden swearing in as president brings feelings of joy or not. One thing appears certain different feeling in Washington for sure today, Washington Post correspondent Mary Jordan tells KNX. The road ahead will be difficult for President Biden as he leads a divided nation. But she tells Kate actually will at least make an effort to heal. Feeling now is that he is determined to be moderate and centrist to reach out to focus on listening to everyone Key moment in his inauguration speech was on not just going to Listen and be the leader of the people that voted for me, And so if he moves very quickly, a lot can be done right here In the beginning, Jordan says, blinds decades of experience in Washington and his willingness to work across the aisle make him the ideal person to leave the country through this area. This era of rancorous division With Donald Trump, already hinting at starting a new party some very serious questions about being asked about the future of the GOP with any political party. A key ingredient is always unity. There's a lot made of unity and parties. Certainly it is important because if you're more unified, you could you know the unified where you spend your money and your messaging in the like. Unity is one thing. But Genevieve Ward of the Heritage Foundation says, Don't forget policy. I think the policy debate over the next two years will determine a lot about whether or not Republicans can retake the house. And, of course, that will start immediately setting up the presidential runs in 2024. I think anybody today says I know who the frontrunners were gonna be. It's all guesswork at this point, because no one really knows that. Would says Republicans can bounce back and aren't in bad shape even after the way the Trump presidency ended. Chris Seedings Kay next 10 70 news radio. 9 35 on KNX traffic.
Trump doesn't mention Biden in farewell address
"Harris Administration luck in a new recorded video address. The president never mentions the name Joe Biden. No. Correspondent Natalie Brand on Capitol Hill. President Trump has no public appearances planned during his last full day in office. Though he released this video of his own farewell address this week, we had our grade a New administration and pray for its success in keeping America Safe and prosperous. Senior administration official is telling CBS News. The president even at this hour, is still finalizing his last list of pardons Stay with US A Republican
House Democrats to introduce article of impeachment against Trump
"President Trump isn't fit for the job. But he repeatedly refused to endorse Democratic calls that he be impeached for a second time. More from CBS is Natalie brand, CBS News has learned. A group of House Democrats could introduce a new article of impeachment as early as Monday for incitement of insurrection. Alleging President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endanger the security of the United States. Rhode Island Congressman David Sis Cellini helped author the resolution. This is a president who incited in attempted coup to stop a The certification of the next president. I says to remain in power. Alaska's Lisa Murkowski is now the first GOP senator to call for the president to resign. The White House on Friday called the articles of impeachment politically motivated and repeated Mr Trump's claims that he was calling for healing and unity. President Trump will not resign, according to top White House advisers, They say he will not turn power over to Vice President Pence and ask him for a part in this Texas woman came
Congress confirms Biden win after day of violence
"Washington, D. C. After a day of chaos at the capital not seen since the war of 18 12 and Democracy has prevailed. Joseph R. Biden Jr. Of the state of Delaware has received 306 votes. Donald J. Trump with the state of Florida has received 232 votes early this morning, vice president Pence defied President Trump and accepted the results of the 2020 election. Hours before Prothom. Prompt protests turned violent rioter stormed Congress, sending lawmakers ducking for cover. Some broke into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office. Those who engaged in the gleeful desecration of this Temple of Democracy, American Democracy. Justice will be done. Correspondent Natalie Brand lawmakers are vowing an investigation into what led up to the breach how they were able to make it so far inside into Senate chambers into key congressional offices for people died during the mayor. One rioter, a woman, identified as a 35 year old Air Force veteran from California. Shot and killed inside the Capitol. It took hours for President Trump to tweet out a video empathizing with the Attackers but urging them to go home. Facebook and Twitter blocked his accounts this morning of White House staffer tweeted out on his behalf, continuing to take issue with the election results, but assuring an orderly transition. Mr Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, who encouraged protestors to stage a trial by combat Has just tweeted, calling the violence shameful and counterproductive. Other Trump loyalists have quit correspondent Ben Tracy Several White House aides have resigned overnight, including the president's deputy National security advisor Matt Pottenger, and the first lady's chief of staff and former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham, who were told resigned in protest now, a senior White House official tells CBS News. They feel the administration's legacy has been tarnished by what happened at the capital. There are calls for invocation of the 25th amendment to remove the president and have vice president Pence serve out the remaining two weeks of his term. World leaders are
Congress approves 2-day funding bill to avert shutdown as fight continues over COVID-19 relief package
"Positive and how about that relief deal? Not done Yet More from CBS is Natalie Brand joint resolution is agreed to Congress has passed a two day government funding extension to avoid a shutdown at midnight. Guys appear to have it negotiations on a $900 billion coronavirus relief package or now expected to continue through the weekend. I believe Alcide feel we're making Good progress on a major relief bill that the travel with the full year appropriations measure. But, alas, we're
Biden-Harris announce more staff
"That's President elect Biden and Vice President elect Harris had a busy Friday announcing multiple Cabinet picks. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand. Fresh off their selection is Time magazine's person of the year. President elect Joe Biden and Vice President elect Kamila Harris presented several more Cabinet nominees. It's time to rededicate ourselves to the mission Our government agencies were entrusted with into the American people. Help is on the way. The picks include some former Obama administration officials. I'm honored by the trust that you've placed in me to return. We're going to fight like hell to give our veterans and their families the health care Respect and dignity they deserve. We are here to get hard stuff done. Also House Ways and Means Committee trade lawyer Kathryn Tie for U. S Trade representative. Biden and Harris introduced their nominees for agriculture secretary Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and Secretary of the V. A. It's time now for the Rosengarten
"natalie brand" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Six days to go until Election Day. President Trump is holding a couple rallies in toss up Arizona. No travel today for Joe Biden. He's in Delaware delivered a speech on Covad, calling the president's handling of the pandemic and insult to those suffering from it. Here's correspondent Natalie Brand, Joe Biden is focused on the Corona virus pandemic during the final stretch of the election. The Democratic presidential nominee received a coded briefing from health experts in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware. Former vice president does not have any rally scheduled for today. Something President Trump pointed out during a campaign stop in Nebraska last night, might not have been able to hear part of the Biden briefing in that report. It was Dr David Kessler, the head of the Center for Science in the Public interest. He warned. We're in the midst of the third wave of Corona virus, the real clear politics. National polling average puts Biden up by seven points over the president, David Seiders is a correspondent with Politico. The Republicans. Best hope is that the polls are slightly off. The things are on the natural better for Trump than everything we've seen suggests they are and if that's the case, things could tip for him in any number of states. He doesn't have a clear path to an electoral college victory. So what he's doing is placing All these small bets all around the country. The Trump campaign is pointing the surveys that show a tightening race in Pennsylvania to Republican leaning polls have the president and Biden in a dead heat in PPA, the real clear politics poll average as Biden with under a four point lead in Pennsylvania. About 65 degrees in center city. We're heading to 68 in Philadelphia this.
"natalie brand" Discussed on WTOP
"CBS's Natalie brand with what's expected tonight features Vice President Mike Pence, who will address viewers from the birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland. The vice president will discuss the economy and foreign policy and his wife's second lady Karen Pence, will talk about military families Tonight. We will also see one of the president's longest serving advisers before she leaves her post at the White House. Zago Kellyanne Conway announce she is stepping down at the end of the month to focus on her family. The CDC is recommending that most individuals who have been exposed to the Corona virus but are not showing symptoms do not need to be tested. That is a complete reversal of what it's been saying all year. Admiral Breck Jer Watch is with the Department of Health and Human Services. We do need to do a symptomatic testing the degree of which shouldn't be determined by how someone feels in the morning or what there. I mean, not sickness, but I mean, just because they feel it should be done. Prospectively down today Gained 83 points. NASDAQ Up 1 98 This is CBS News. They'll support small business month with savings up to 45% on computers with Intel Core processors speak to Adele Technologies, Advisor at 877 asked our visit del dot com slash small business deals 63 GOP on this August 26 2020 Gorgeous evening right now sunny skies 85 down to the sixties. Anything. I'm Sean Anderson. Top local story We're following for you this hour is double DT Opie's update on the dilapidated state of a local elementary school in one of the nation's richest school district's rodents and vermin running through the halls, collapsing ceilings, overcrowded classrooms. That's been the situation. Montgomery County, South Lake Elementary School with 90% Black and Latino students. Parents have been furious since they learned it would take four more years for much needed overhaul to be completed under the current plans, But school leaders are hoping to speed things up. Our latest from double DT Opie's John Aaron W T. O P has reported on numerous problems at South Lake Elementary in Gaithersburg. Seth Adams with Montgomery County Public schools says it's been a battle to keep up with the facility. You know, the close to 30 past.
"natalie brand" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"CBS is Natalie brand with a preview. Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden is expected to make surprise appearances throughout the week. And accept the party's nomination from Wilmington, Delaware. Republican John Kasich, the former governor of Ohio, who ran for president and 2016 is also set to speak tonight about why he thinks GOP voter should support the Biden Harris ticket. The virtual Democratic Convention starts tonight. One Texas Democrat, says he's excited. And he thinks it's going to unite, not only his party but the country. We're joined by Zeph Kapo, Texas FT president and delegate to the convention. This is ah, time for us to really come together. I mean, we we often terms in primaries, others everybody has individual choice. We fight hard for our candidates. But when it comes time for convention, it's time for Ah, coming together of all individuals within the party to get behind our candidate to bring in our passion and our values and help Shape the agenda that's going to move us forward over the next four years. That's what's so great about it, because when people have a chance to really get together at the National Convention, talk about what they feel talk about where their values are. We confined ways together to make a stronger platform, a stronger party and move the country forward. Do you feel like Democrats as a whole are pretty well in line behind Biden and Harris right now that they're uniting behind those candidates? I think so. I certainly hope so. This is not the time for us to Allow artificial divisions to continue to set the work back. We're all united around the fact that our country is not moving in the right direction, certainly not moving for everybody with the level of equity and responsibility that we all believe in and value as Democrats. So it's our time to come together. It's our time to move our party's ticket forward. It's our time to change the direction in this country so that we take our place back is one of the leaders in the world so that people are looking to us. For good governance for a voice by the people for the people. What do you hope that your party emphasizes not only this week but tries to stand on going into the first Tuesday in November. What is what's the number one platform in your mind? At first glance, I would certainly be talking about public education because I think that's the foundation to Ah. Growth in any country. But right now, in this period of time, I think are overriding umbrella has got to be about bringing civility fact our country bringing stability back to our government, bringing stability back to our public discourse between Democrats, Republicans left right north south of whatever way you wanna look at it. We've lost that We've had someone in the White House who has who has not seen the value in proper civil public discourse, and that's the way that we get to the best answers. That's the way we were going to learn from one another. Even when we do have differences is when we can first started listening to one another when we can respect for where each other's coming from enough to be able to value someone else's opinion so that we can come up with the best answers for our entire country. That is Seth Kapo, Texas, a FT president, delegate to the Democratic Convention..
"natalie brand" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"To people harmed by the virus crisis. CBS News correspondent Natalie Brand has more on the stimulus. On the White House Republican leaders met with President Trump at the White House to negotiate the next Corona virus relief bill kids in school jobs and health care Is the fame of the proposal that we hope to come together and present our Republicans. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will brief Senate Republicans on the plan Tuesday. Negotiations Air still underway, but the current GOP proposal is expected to cost around $1 trillion. Republicans want tax credits that incentivize businesses to bring people back to work as well as continued unemployment benefits. But with conditions we're gonna make sure that We don't pay people more money to stay home, then go to work. We want to make sure that people who can go to work safely conduce so negotiators say school funding is a priority. But the Washington Post reports it could be tied to schools reopening in the fall. Schools are preparing for the full without the necessary guidance and resource is to open safely. The country is crying out for relief. President Trump also announced he'll be bringing back the Corona virus press briefings, which were a daily feature here at the White House when the pandemic began, But I think it's a great way to get information after the public As to where we are with the vaccines with the therapeutics and generally speaking where we are, and so I think we'll start that probably starting tomorrow. Monday afternoon, the president tweeted a photo of himself wearing a mask and said some believe it is patriotic to wear a mask and that no one is more patriotic than him. Sunday. The president said he does not support mandates for people to wear masks. Natalie Brand CBS News The White House, There is new research that proves face masks are having an impact on the spread of the Corona virus Years. Carol these Steven Pickering. The study was led by a doctor at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth. It found that the number of new covert 19 cases has been stabilizing over the past few days. Just as it has in other states that have adopted face mask requirement, The researchers say. It generally takes 10 to 14 days for the impact of those masked rules to be noticeable. The report recommends against a new shelter in place order for Texas, noting that general mobility has been dropping since mid June and that most people are complying with the mask rule in public. The report did note one concern about hospital capacity and Collin County saying that county has not been enforcing a mask mandate. Steven Pickering News radio 10 80 k rld. Okay, So what we gonna do about high school football? Texas is still on the fence. Officially when it comes to the football season, that's right around the corner, but it's Carly's Chris summer reports to other states. They're going in different directions. Listen to this. After meeting virtually with athletic directors on Monday, the ELS Dr Susan Elza would only say an announcement for Texas schools is forthcoming. Meanwhile, California has decided it's fall sports, including football will start no earlier than December. It's a different story in Florida that States High School Athletic Association last night went against medical advice and will allow individual districts to choose to play football when they believe it's safe to do so. Chris Summer. NewsRadio, 10 80 K R. L D. It is 8 15 Traffic and weather together on the eights coming up, and Republicans.
"natalie brand" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Is Natalie brand the White House announced the drug ram disappear has shown real promise as a therapy for the corona virus it is very important proof of concept because what it is proven is that a drug can block this virus Dr Anthony Fauci says there's evidence California based Gilead sciences experimental drugs shortens hospital stays for coronavirus patience and lowers the death rate but the drugs still needs FDA approval there are concerns about a major covert nineteen outbreak at a prison in the Midwest here's CBS's Jim chrysalis worried loved ones are demanding that Kansas governor Laura Kelly released some inmates to allow for better social distancing to control the spread of corona virus in prisons seventy five inmates and seventy five guards twenty percent of the work force had tested positive at the Lansing correction facility and unidentified prisoner serving a sentence for murder died from corona virus last weekend a pregnant inmate who gave birth while she was on a ventilator has died thirty year old Andrea circle bear delivered by C. section well she was hospitalized with corona virus symptoms in fort worth Texas he'd been serving a twenty six month sentence on drug charges at a jail in South Dakota before she was transferred the captain has to wait a year to get his proper due it is an annual event my honor merry on over can you into the hall of fame every July in the upper New York state village of Cooperstown baseball inducts the new members of the hall of fame last year Mariano Rivera was inducted this year's ceremony was to include another New York Yankee star Derek Jeter but covert nineteen is made it impossible to properly hold the event so now the twenty twenty class will take part in next year's induction ceremony Steve Futterman CBS news the Dow closed up five hundred thirty two.
"natalie brand" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"News correspondent Natalie brand at the White House customs and border protection and the EPA have stopped thousands of suppose that health care devices from getting through the cargo entry area at LAX the product was named virus shut out at customs and border protection spokesman hami Ruiz said the object look fairly simple it comes over the line you are thank you where else line your any has like a little cart is not claims that protects and individual I cans any virus however the labeling was all in a foreign language with no indication of what the active ingredients were disinfected pesticides or nothing at all and there was no indication of the product was effective in any respect that alone gave the feds the authority to stop the shipment recess seventy eight hundred of the items were seized and destroyed otherwise the suspect products probably would've been sold to unsuspecting people on the internet P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio a group of business owners suing California public officials including governor Newsom in LA mayor Garcetti over the state wide shutdown orders plaintiffs include gondola adventures of Newport beach king's pet grooming and mobile pet spa of Burbank they're accusing the California leaders of violating citizens civil rights by forcing local shops and restaurants to close that suit filed in LA federal court seeks a judge's order to stop the enforcement of orders closing their businesses more than forty percent of all corona it's definitely county have been for people living in nursing homes so public health director Dr Barbara Ferrer says a new order's going to affect it mandates testing for everyone in the homes regardless of whether or not they show any symptoms as we start this testing facilities with the most severe outbreaks will be prioritized but we will in fact make sure that there's testing available in every single skilled nursing facility in the county of LA only essential workers are allowed in the nursing home staffers have to wear a mask and residents have to wear a mask whenever they leave their rooms LA county says eight hundred and fifty people have died from the virus more than eighteen thousand five hundred have tested positive many cities and states are either re opening or preparing to reopen during the pandemic but San Francisco taking a different approach we get more from reporter Megan goals but this has not extended the shelter in place orders yet but says San Francisco mayor London breed the reality is and and people are asking about this will the public health order get extended the likelihood that that will happen is very likely and she says that could mean a few more weeks it could even mean another month under these orders but what it also means is an opportunity for us with our economic recovery task force to start to explore ways in which we can make some things available that are currently unavailable to all of us reed says she commiserated with residents were getting tired of staying at home and not seeing people outside their household she knows the next few days are going to be especially challenging this weekend is going to be a beautiful weekend in San Francisco and I want to really take this opportunity to caution people about wanting to get back to things that are more familiar I know your kids want to play with their friends I know you want to see your friends I know so many of you want to have interactions with one another San Francisco is twenty two deaths blamed on covert nineteen thirteen hundred forty people have tested positive it's four forty three traffic and whether to give a coming up in two minutes with Tanya cumple.
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"Need right now it seems as if everything is unpredictable we're all stuck at home and like you I'm feeling a bit helpless right now but if you're not I want you to know you are not alone want to get to this as soon as possible we can do that all working together we've got to look out for each other we are here for you we're still yes and we will get through this because we're all in this together is that right that's right lawmakers say they're optimistic about a deal to provide more money to small businesses nearly a week after funding for the paycheck protection program ran out Natalie brand is at the White House thank you for what you do vice president Mike pence thank workers at FEMA headquarters today where he participated in a conference call with the nation's governors we're seeing very encouraging signs even in hot spots around the country cases are leveling in some cases going down as parts of the country hope to move towards a gradual re opening some state governors are calling for federal help with testing supplies testing is up to the states I'd like the federal government to help on the supply chain issues this will take a while because the testing ecosystem and infrastructure is being built for this unprecedented pandemic president trump says he will use the defense production act to acquire more cotton swabs lawmakers are working on securing more funding for hospitals and testing as part of the deal to replenish the paycheck protection program for small businesses negotiators say it could pass by later this week our job is to make it faster and simpler and and and to fix it and that's why whole will hope will happen here with this new tranche of money that that hopefully will approve your very very soon meanwhile one major company shake shack announced it is giving back it's ten million dollar loan from the program their issue is the franchise's qualified but they decided it wasn't the right thing White House economic advisers warned second quarter GDP numbers could be the lowest since the Great Depression but they believe the economy will bounce back when the country re opens Natalie brand CBS news the White House officials in Texas are taking steps to reopen parts of the state this week there have been over nineteen thousand cases of corona virus according to the Texas department of state health services nearly five hundred people have died all nonessential businesses have been shuttered since April second on Friday Republican governor Greg Abbott announced a strike force of doctors state leaders and business owners to oversee what he called a phased opening first we'll be openings announced today that includes activities that should pose minimal or no threat to expanding code nineteen second additional openings will be announced on April the twenty seventh after further input from the advisors and the medical staff third even more openings will be announced in may when it is determined that the infection rate continues to decline the hospital capacity remains available and when testing capacities are sufficient to detect and contain outbreaks of cove in nineteen Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joins me now he is a member of the governor's strike force Mr Turney general thanks very much for joining us I'd like to start with a timeline of your state's reopening first up I understand we're state parks what is next and what are the benchmarks to move into the next phases of reopening state parks open today and actually the the order directed a different types of functions opening in different ways for instance medical services were loose and they're not as restrictive as they were they still have some restrictions on they were completely opened up so retail operations were were opened up in a way they're taking out of the people working at the store walk out to the parking lot and hand off merchandise so different types of businesses are being opened in different ways which is not very surprising we heard in that sound bite a moment ago the governor mentioning testing Texas is a state of twenty nine million people it has ranked near the bottom out of all the states in terms of corona virus testing per capita what is your state doing to increase testing capabilities so we're we're obviously a lot to do on that there's we have such a large state twenty eight million people so there's a lot of potential testing and so I can tell you this we're dedicating a lot of time energy and resources towards that I think that you will see a significant improvement over the next few weeks and our and our testing capabilities it's this is a challenge when you have twenty million people that's that's the one you need us Hey given the size of the challenge is there do you think there's been enough support from the federal government regarding testing yeah I think it I think everyone was slow to realize that this was such a major issue and and it happened so quickly I do think now that we're in the middle of this I think they're they're resources coming from the federal government in a massive way and I think that'll be helpful the state's largest Texas you know there's been some debate as you know about the role of the states versus the federal government when it comes to testing we've heard president trump talk about testing really being a local issue for the states to agree I think that's where it's probably best done give us the resources gives the financial resource it is the information that the federal government has on the best way to test and the state is doing a lot of those well we're shipping a lot of the focus on the local level because that is the place that you best reach the people so yeah I think that is probably the best way to go as relates to fast well governor Abbott's order will loosen restrictions on some nonessential surgeries I know when it comes to abortions there is an ongoing court fight as we speak but right now abortions will not be included can you explain why so when that order was first issued by the governor it included all elective surgery so it didn't single out abortion which is sort of single at itself they were the only industry the only part of the medical profession the father they should be exempted from the restrictions there was no other group ophthalmologist dermatologist as they were all part of it and they participated and obviously they're making a sacrifice everybody's making sacrifices the abortion and she was the one part of medical and she did not want to make that sacrifice and the sacrifice is this we're trying to save lives together goal is to save as many lives by reading hospital beds in the and then the medical personnel themselves available to help people that were most at risk and that that was the goal save lives unfortunately most Texans were behind that and what do you say to the critics who argue that they view this move as what they call political opportunism and they say that the amount of protective equipment required is not necessarily such that it would impede the efforts to battle coronavirus in your state I think there's some arguments made in every part of the medical profession that they should be or shouldn't be in this order the reality was we had that we would want to trust instrument here we didn't know exactly how the coronavirus those specter stayed together my opinions is very best to figure out how to save the most people and he did not single out a particular part about fashion excluding the included everybody it just so happens that abortion providers are part of the industry and they were included in and they were the ones that felt like they should be out of all the groups that were included I want to turn to a study from the university of Texas which projects that it could still be several weeks before Texas sees its peak of covert nineteen deaths how concerned are you that your state's plan to reopen could be hindered if cases and deaths continue to rise so that's always a concern I mean if we're increasing the number of cases and deaths we we we obviously still have a major problem no one really knows how this is gonna play out I've seen all kinds of different studies from other universities that work quite as actors in there because I know that even the federal government but the numbers are going to be much higher than they have been so you know there's no perfect way to do this is no governor that's gonna know exactly the best way to go and it is a balance between allowing people to live work and protecting their health well last week a state judge said he will issue a temporary injunction to allow voters who are concerned about catching the virus to vote by mail in the upcoming July primaries you publicly voiced her opposition to this are you going to appeal that decision yes and we have already appealed that decision the the judge was basing it on I guess the motion feelings whatever the law is very very specific as set up by the Texas legislature which is if you have a disability and physical disabilities that impede your ability to get out and vote by mail in ballot the idea that you can photo by mail because you have a fear of contracting a virus is not or wall so we're just defending the law as it is not as the judge maybe would like and then what would you say Mister Turner general to those who do genuinely feel that voting in person at a time when there is no vaccine and no fully tested treatment for this virus means potentially risking their lives in order to exercise their right to vote I understand that I mean they're they're gonna have to be some some efforts by those who were doing the voting to distance themselves just like we have going to the grocery store or the pharmacy going other places but the law is what it is in my jobs and force laws not to make it up or change here even like if my job is to enforce the law as it is in the law as it is is we have mail in ballot for certain purposes and that's if you have a physical disability in this case here of getting a physical disability is not part of the loss of the legislature decides they want to change it and while we were just the change all right Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Mr Paxton thank you so much for joining us thank you have.
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"This correspondent Natalie brand with more businesses closing their doors and for allowing workers the White House is asking for a massive economic stimulus package some estimate it could top a trillion dollars treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says it could include catcher direct tax rebates sent to adult Americans within a matter of weeks the president is determined we will put money back into this economy to protect hardworking Americans and small businesses the Senate has vowed to stay in session until members can pass a separate multi billion dollar relief package approved by the house that includes paid sick days and emergency leave for those impacted Natalie brand CBS news the White House the saying goes if you want something done quickly and usually right you go to the military in this case C. B. S.'s Cammy McCormick says it's about needed equipment for the fight the defense department will provide five million respirator mask for civilian health authorities one million will be made available immediately the Pentagon's also making available thousands of specialized ventilators and military labs will assist in testing civilian where the president now saying Americans should stay home for a couple of weeks it was hard to find anybody out and around to celebrate St Patrick's day CBS is one bomb Gardner Dublin Ireland was nearly empty for Saint Patrick's day well Bourbon street in New Orleans looks like a ghost town attempts to slow the spread of the corona virus have shut down businesses and restaurants around the country meanwhile testing for covert nineteen remains an issue doctors are still waiting on more testing kits Joe Biden wakes up this morning is a big winner after Tuesday's democratic presidential primaries CBS is Laura Podesta Joe Biden swept the night picking up all three states that hold primaries yesterday according to CBS projections the former vice president one Florida Illinois and Arizona at the end of the night.
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"Clearing cool this morning but much warmer by the afternoon with highs in the low eighties it's sixty one degrees at newsradio WFLA the suspect accused of driving into a Republican voter registration tent in Jacksonville made his first appearance in court Jacksonville police arrested twenty seven year old Gregory Tim they say he drove his van into a G. O. P. tent were volunteers were registering voters barely missing six volunteers witnesses at the corn in village shopping center in eastern Jacksonville say after running over everything the van backed up and the driver appeared to get out and record the damage with the cell phone before driving away no injuries were reported and Kerik fox news the trump administration's accused of going on a firing spree after the president was acquitted during the impeachment trial last week senator Gramm defended the administration's removal of impeachment witnesses E. one bass Gordon Sunderland and lieutenant colonel Alexander been banned from the National Security Council I think his reassignment was justified I don't think he could be effective at the NSC but some GOP senators to discourage the president from taking action against those who testified I obviously am not in favor of any kind of retribution against anyone who came forward with the evidence Natalie brand reporting we're just a day out from the New Hampshire primary and several democratic candidates are neck and neck down on in New Hampshire it's been heated competition throwing elbows making contrast the democratic presidential candidates or feeling the squeeze one of them when I hear to denigrate PT's run a good campaign both our views all different Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden on defense why did the tack Pete piece with a tracking me he has completely misunderstood or misrepresent my record against is surging.
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"Ireland president trump gets under way tomorrow correspondent Natalie brand has a preview Democrats say they need to hear from four current and former administration officials who have information about the decision to hold up funding for Ukraine we are going to demand votes yes Sir no upper down on the four witnesses we've requested and on the three sets of documents we requested president trump responded on Twitter saying they didn't want John Bolton and others in the house they were in too much of a rush now they want the mall in the Senate not supposed to be that way Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill no trouble reported from a rally of gun rights supporters that drew more than twenty thousand demonstrators to the Virginia capital I'm Jim crystal in Richmond Virginia the thousands of gun rights supporters who gathered outside the Virginia state capital wanted to send the message of the state's democratic leaders taking aim a gun legislation with these legislatures no we don't like what they're doing they're infringing on all right I think that's unfair and and dangers many of the protesters were armed with assault rifles and hand guns and more bright orange stickers reading gonna save lives federal health officials are gearing up special screening of visitors from China and several other Asian countries where an outbreak of the sars like disease has been reported CBS's rainy Inocencio reports from Wuhan China the epicenter of this viral outbreak people here are getting ready to make what's known as the world's biggest annual migration making nearly three billion trips to celebrate Chinese New Year and while the risk of U. S. outbreak is still low the CDC says it's something they're watching very carefully is marijuana Arista heart health CBS is doctor terra no ruler a review of data found smoking marijuana is linked with increased heart rate and blood pressure altered heart muscle and blood vessels an increased risk for abnormal heart rhythms with eleven states now legalizing recreational marijuana in vaping cannabis products becoming more popular doctors are sounding a note of caution the US stock market's been on fire for about a year now but is there a change in the offing CBS moneywatch reporter Naomi reckon the International Monetary Fund is downgrading its outlook for the global economy the IMF now forecasts growth of three point three percent for twenty twenty me down one tenth of a percent from its last estimate in October the fund's chief economist cited lower growth in emerging markets like India for its revised outlook the U. S. stock markets were closed today for Martin Luther king day global stocks were mostly lower investors booking profits from last week's rally before some key US earnings reports hit the street this is CBS news what dell small business technology advisors help you upgrade to the latest windows ten business computers with Intel core processors call eight seven seven by dell it's six oh three KCBS is going to be a cloudy night and then light scattered showers starting tomorrow in the North Bay first in the morning then spreading throughout the region throughout the day good evening I'm Patti rising here's what's happening San Francisco forty Niners getting ready to play in the Super Bowl KCBS reporter Bob Butler says coach Kyle Shanahan what's this to be a normal week but admits that's going to be difficult to learn is our planning as if they play on Sunday yeah totally regular week will probably take Saturday off and I think we had out there Sunday but today we had a normal Monday just reviewing the game from yesterday more done here are there going to be with our players and coaches and gore ticket situations and stuff like that so they can get that situated co Shanahan says the tickets are the biggest challenge everyone's got so many family members and so many people that on they want to get tickets for they want to help people out the people don't realize that not everyone gets that many tickets and you're gonna have to say no to some people on is going to be tough but you got to focus on the people real tight to help whoever you can but once you're done you make the decisions can you have to move on and you got to focus on the task at hand Sharon this is thankfully you've gone through Super Bowl week with his dad and with the falcons that's when our expander walked off with his backpack with forty eight tickets by mistake you got it back and it taught him to take care of all that stuff this week at Levi's stadium by Butler KCBS hundreds are celebrating Dr Martin Luther king junior day in San Francisco today KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross was at the fourth street Caltrain station this morning for the arrival of the celebration train and the beginning of the annual M. L. K. day March the celebration train is a bay area Martin Luther king day tradition bringing about twelve hundred people from San Jose in the peninsula to San Francisco a Libya Gregory of San Jose took the celebration train this year it's not what she usually does on this holiday.
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"Is Natalie brand jobs in killing terrorists the Democrat party has gone completely insane Friday night's rally marked the first since the house passed a resolution setting the stage for the next phase of the impeachment inquiry house intelligence chair Adam Schiff says transcripts of closed door depositions could be released as soon as early next week and CBS news has learned public hearings could begin mid month on the democratic campaign trail senator Elizabeth Warren was in Iowa Friday outlining how to pay for her Medicare for all plan CBS news reporter ed o'keefe is in des Moines her plan would divert the funds employers currently pay private healthcare companies to the government and increase taxes on the wealthy with assets above a billion dollars it's all fully paid for by asking the top one percent and giant corporations to pay a fair share former vice president Joe Biden calls the plan mathematical gymnastics Friday also marked the end of better Rourke's presidential campaign the eyes of the horse racing world around the Santa Anita racetrack in California this weekend for the breeders Cup championship set and neither has been the site of thirty six horse deaths since last December and six in the last six weeks KCBS TV reporter Dave Lopez outside the track there were protesters those who wanted the track and the sport to be shut down and they were counter protesters who were telling the protestors go away and Marie Tina says she was trying to foster better U. S. Russian relations the Russian was recently released from prison between it was charged with acting as an agent of a foreign government and failing to register as such she spoke to sixty minutes correspondent Leslie Stahl in her first television interview since last year's arrest I think it's an American very old.
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"His Natalie brand. With the latest this latest battle comes as democratic leaders faced growing calls from their members to begin impeachment proceedings accusing the administration of trying to block their congressional investigations. A new CBS news poll finds just over half of registered. Republicans want the administration to cooperate with the investigations along with the vast majority of Democrats. But the poll also found that most Americans want congressional Democrats to move on to other issues. Freshman congressman here for Minnesota. Dean Phillips weighing in the ongoing tensions between congress and the president was asked on CNN, if he thinks President Trump is daring congress to impeach him, peering increasingly evident that he may be doing just that. It is our job to provide oversight. I think we've been methodical we've been principled, and we've been awfully patient. But that patients has its limits. We surely are reaching that limit gung Phillips yesterday. Meanwhile, President Trump at three of his children, losing their bid to block to banks from giving the family's business records to democratic lawmakers details from Cassandra Goce at the US district coordinator federal judge in Manhattan ruled in favor of the two house committee requests in against the lawsuit by President Trump. Or arguments lasted over an hour. John walker. Lindh is expected to be released from federal prison today to California native admitted to providing support to the Taliban. He was with them in Afghanistan on nine eleven CBS news. Justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff gays says Lynn will be watched closely. Federal officials aren't talking about what led to Linz early release, but it will be supervised and he is not allowed to possess view or access information that contains extremist or terroristic views wind has been held in the federal prison and Tara, hold Indiana. The question now is, what's next for the university of Saint Thomas, after their ouster yesterday from the Minnesota intercollegiate athletic conference, or Mayak, the announcement yesterday that the Tommy's will be involuntarily removed in two years. By the very conference. They helped form with six other schools in nineteen twenty conference presidents who met about the issue last month without taking action cited athletic parody as their prime concern. The private Catholic liberal arts, university has about sixty two hundred graduates that's double the enrollment of the next closest schools in the league as we continue to wait for the governor to call a special session and Saint Paul, he did sign a couple of bills yesterday from this past legislative session among them protection for seniors invulnerable adults. Also a bipartisan Bill aimed at fighting the opioid epidemic in Minnesota, if will impose sharply higher registration fees on drugmakers and distributors to raise about twenty one million dollars annually, part of that money will go for grants to fund prevention strategies to reduce opioid deaths. And overdoses, meanwhile, there's new information this morning about the problems of the opioid crisis. I'm Gary Nunn, kids, whose mom or dad or both were prescribed opioids, according to a new study, where twice as likely to attempt suicide children appearance, who did not use those drugs. The research on at the university of Chicago and Pittsburgh as the first study, the tried to establish a link between rising suicides at America. Kids in the opioid crisis. One researcher says he believes that some opioid users might show, less care monitoring defection for their children, which seems to explain the higher suicide rate in those young people going on CBS news. Well may have received mixed reviews for the final four, but a new ranking says US Bank stadium is one of the best in the NFL the sporting news. Apparently, that's still a thing says the Vikings home is the third best stadium in the NFL behind century Lincoln Seattle and Green Bay's lambofield, Lambeau got the top not WBZ news time is five thirty six coming up gotta look at sports for, you know twins game last night. Rained out in.
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"CBS news Natalie brand has the latest Michael Cohen arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday to testify before the Senate intelligence committee in a closed-door session. The committee wants to give. Cohen the chance to correct the record after lying to congress in 2017 about President Trump's plans to build a Moscow tower in two thousand sixteen they want to know did someone tell him to lie. How many other Russia deals did Mr. Trump pursue? And you were his key business partners. What I and Ken could keep focused on is Ankeny, knowing the very complicated, financial arrangement. Between Donald Trump. Russia. Cohen is set to report to prison in may for campaign finance violations and lying to congress. The last time he testified Natalie brand CBS news Capitol Hill when it comes to health. The US is falling further behind other countries CBS news. Jim Chenevey has the story out is the US compare with other countries when it comes to health. Well, not very well. At least not according to the Bloomberg healthiest country index for two thousand nineteen. Spain comes in as the healthiest country based on a number of criteria, including life expectancy smoking rates in obesity, as well as environmental factors like access to clean water Italy came in number two, followed by Iceland, Japan, and Switzerland, the US how about number thirty five on the list mostly due to our nation's skyrocketing obesity rate. Jim Chenevey CBS news county supervisors decided today to support a proposal to establish a community choice energy program to. Compete with SDG Newsday. Steve prices downtown with why some people oppose the idea opponents to the plan day feel that allowing government to get more involved puts all of us who live in the county makes us more vulnerable to financial risk. Also, they pointed the city of San Diego running our water and we've seen a lot of issues.
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"In California looking for the gunman suspected of shooting to death a small town police officers we will relentlessly continue to hunt are suspect down Donna's county. Sheriff Adam christianson says the suspect in the United States illegally. He did not elaborate President Trump jumping on that though says the shooting death of a California officer by man in this country illegally shows the need for a border crackdown. Mr. Trump tweeting build the wall, it's day seven of the partial government shutdown now over funding for a border wall. And there's little indication that congress will act ended anytime soon CBS's Natalie brand has more from Capitol Hill before leaving for the holiday break. The Senate decided it would not vote on legislation until a deal could be reached to end the shutdown White House officials previously indicated the shutdown could continue into the. The new year when the new congress takes over continue to be dropped off by the bus loads. Hundreds more expected to be released and sent to shelters across El Paso, KABC TV reporter, Claudia trista five hundred eighteen are expected to be released. That's per patient house one hundred eighty six were released yesterday with about two hundred the day before and two hundred and fourteen on Sunday evening, and those releases it began at the downtown bus station now that brings the total to about eleven hundred immigrants released this week millions sought a couple of hours. Go a bright light in the New York sky outside of course. And all of a sudden the northern part of the sky just lit up. There was no explosion. But it lit up at it. Stayed lit up with some flashing for about four to five minutes. CBS news producer Dave Shapiro sought and exploded transmitter some power outages, including parts of LaGuardia Airport would shut down for a while. No injuries and things seem back to normal now law enforcement in two thousand eighteen it's been a dangerous year for police officers. One hundred forty four federal state and local officers have died in two thousand eighteen up.
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"Natalie brand we were hoping for progress, but we just haven't seen it. Most lawmakers aren't even here the house and Senate gaveled in gaveled out in just minutes and adjourned until next week. So that's not a good indicator that progress is being made Zeke Miller is an Associated Press White House. Reporter both sides seem to be confident that the other one is going to face the Blaine and partly because this is happening of the holiday season. It's really hard to gauge where that is on a macro level. So that's one of those things that will be watching very closely over the next couple days as this does likely extend past it a week huge flash seen in the sky, above Queens, New York. The NYPD says it appears to have been caused by a transformer explosion at a con Edison. Plant in queens, flights were grounded at New York's LaGuardia airport CBS, news producer, Dave. Shapiro. Saw the flash it was lit up with. Almost like a daylight color. I mean, it's very right away. I was lit up like almost like a yellowish color. Police are desperately searching for a man who shot and killed the police officer in northern California CBS news correspondent Ileana Diaz reports. Investigators say they have identified the suspect but have not released a namer photo. Surveillance video shortly before Newman police, corporal run. You'll thing was shot. We encourage strongly encourage him to surrender himself peacefully. Sing a thirty three year old native of Fiji who joined the force more than seven years ago was.