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"pam coulter" Discussed on WTOP
"CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter ten thirty two black lives matter is calling on DC and other cities to de fund the police DC mayor Muriel Bowser says no she supports full funding for the city's Metropolitan Police department DC police chief Peter Newsham says that a lack of funding for his department would inhibit de escalation training and the recruiting of quality officers but Apollo police department in the nineties when but they determined that we had a pattern and practice of excessive force I think that can be attributed to not having the proper funding for the agency and I think if you look at agencies that have run into some what similar problems underfunding are inappropriate funding would would be one of the reasons why you should says he's open to new accountability programs for police meanwhile DC councilmember David Grosso says he will offer amendments to the emergency bill on police reform that will be taken up tomorrow by the council the amendments would ban the use of tear gas another chemical agents on protesters banned the use of rubber bullets and limit police riot gear ban DC police from training with any military or intelligence agency and reduce the DC force from thirty nine hundred to thirty five hundred Russell says he was going to offer a ban on stop and frisk but he says he's holding off on that because of community requests major legislation has been introduced in Congress to reform policing practices we go to WTOP's Mitchell Miller today on the hill house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says the bill comes in the wake of protests made up of rage born of despair today Democrats in the house and Senate are saying we see you we hear you we are acting the legislation would establish a national registry to account for police abuse set new standards for police training and banned police chokehold New York congressman Hakeem Jeffries says it's a tactic that is unnecessary unacceptable uncivilized unconscionable and unamerican Democrats say they have more than two hundred lawmakers in the house and Senate who support the measure but the legislation faces an uphill battle for passage in the Republican controlled Senate on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news I'm Steven Portnoy at the White House for president trump held a round table with a handful of law enforcement officials we're gonna talk about ideas how we can do it better and how we can do it if possible that much more gentle fashion in the past Mr trump urged police to not be too nice with suspects as to calls to reform departments by reducing their funding or creating new organizations he said this we will be to funding our police we will be dismantling our police CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy reporting stay with us in just a moment we'll tell you about north Korea's latest beef with South Korea ten thirty five balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time I love the product I.
Washington, DC - Virginia nursing home's coronavirus death toll rises to 45
"A Virginia nursing home has been ravaged by corona virus here CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter deaths at the Canterbury rehabilitation and healthcare center have hit forty five with one doctor left to care for dozens of infected patients officials have told families that they're doing the best they can with just two nurses overseeing forty patients at the time in the quarantine when many facilities that care for Medicaid patients are underfunded and understaffed and are particularly vulnerable to covert nineteen outbreaks
"pam coulter" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Pam Coulter in Washington the first world leader to test positive for the corona virus is now in the intensive care unit of a London hospital a spokeswoman says prime minister Boris Johnson was moved as a precaution CBS is Vicky Barker has more prime minister Boris Johnson is now in an intensive care unit at a London hospital he was admitted yesterday for what his aides insisted work routine tests for the covert nineteen he hasn't been able to shake in some ten days well in the past few hours it appears his condition has worsened Vicki Barker CBS news London there are now more than ten thousand virus deaths in the U. S. with nearly a third of them in New York state the governor Andrew Cuomo says there are some hopeful signs including fewer hospital in ICU admissions if we are plateauing is because social distancing is work so we have to make sure the social distancing actually continues illinois' JB Pritzker is among the governors desperate to get more medical equipment as they expect the number of virus cases to peak the product that we receive from the federal stockpile will last only a handful of days in this multi month battle he said he's requested four thousand ventilators but only received four hundred and fifty Wisconsin's governor is triggered a court battle over his plan to push back tomorrow's primary voting by two months CBS is bill Rakoff reports the executive order from Wisconsin governor Tony Evers would move tomorrow's in person voting to June ninth all ballots already submitted would still be good but that's not good enough for members of the state legislature they are suing over the executive order they say covert nineteen virus or not the governor does not have the power to stop the primary vote from taking place on Tuesday one of the most memorable of the James bond girls has died CBS is Deborah Rodriguez remembers honor Blackman who was ninety four.
"pam coulter" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Pam Coulter in Washington in what seems like the blink of an eye the house has just passed the two trillion dollar relief measure designed to bolster the coronavirus battered economy the latest from CBS's bill Rakoff the motion is adopted alone in bipartisan voice vote signaled the end of the sometimes rocky road for the legislation in Congress house Majority Leader Steny Hoyer this legislation represents a bipartisan results while a majority of Republicans joined Democrats in voting for the bill a small group including Colorado's can Buck oppose the measure as president trump said we cannot let the cure be worse than the problem itself lawmakers are already talking about what should be in fourth relief package bill right cough CBS news Washington president trump used Twitter to urge GM and Ford to step up efforts to build badly needed ventilators warning he could invoke the defense production act to force them to do so W. WJW Providence right scum as GM has been working to start ventilator production at an Indiana plant and Ford has been working with three M. in G. E. on medical supplies including ventilators the company say they've been looking at every possible part and harnessing the abilities of their suppliers as well a warning that some parts of the country faced more bad news on the virus earlier this week Surgeon General Jerome Adams warned this week was going to be a bad one now he tells CBS this morning we're hopeful that next week New York will start to come down because again their cases have started to level off and that's because they've been aggressive about their mitigation efforts we see that now that the places that have been aggressive about staying at home about keeping under groups attended been successful but we also see hot spots like Detroit what Chicago like New Orleans that will have a worse week next week the what they had this week Steve K. from CBS news it's already a dire situation in some New York City hospital civil command I get into bed if they die the cycle repeats Dr Steve kasa Peters works at a hospital in queens in Britain prime minister Boris Johnson revealed he tested positive for the corona virus and a new report indicates autism is increasing in the US but Michigan reports a new report from the CDC indicates one fifty four U. S. children were diagnosed with having autism in twenty sixteen that's up from one in fifty nine in twenty fourteen and one in sixty eight twenty twelve the CDC study indicates there's no longer a gap between the number of white and black children diagnosed the black children tend to get diagnosed at an older age on Wall Street the Dow was down five it's a six hundred one points this is CBS news the CBS world news roundup late.
Spain cancels Placido Domingo performances over sexual misconduct allegations
"But Placido Domingo continues to lose jobs Spain's minister of culture says they canceled the opera legends two performances scheduled in Madrid in may a statement said it's acting in solidarity with women affected by his alleged sexual misconduct the shows will go on but without the seventy nine year old singer an investigation by the opera singers union found he had kissed groped and pressured women for sex Pam Coulter
"pam coulter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm Pam Coulter we have breaking news at this hour about a workplace shooting in Milwaukee with reports of several people killed let's go live to CBS's Gerry nine payment happened this afternoon at the Molson Coors brewing company complex in Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett says or multiple people who have died I believe including the shooter details of what happened still unclear CBS investigative producer Pat Milton says that preliminarily it appears as many as seven people are dead including the shooter and may have been a workplace violence incidents stemming from layoffs at the company east of downtown Milwaukee Pam president trump is poised to go before reporters at the White House in a news conference aimed at calming the growing anxiety about the spread of the corona virus in the U. S. CBS is Paul reed I've been told by White House sources that the president is frustrated that some folks even within his administration have been putting out statements that he believes spooked investors he would prefer that everyone be optimistic and be positive the travel industry's already taken a hit from the virus with cancelled flights and declining revenue a Korean air flight attendant would work several flights out of LA's airport has been diagnosed with the corona virus this is the fundament at LA International Airport there was heightened concern here today after the report emerged in the Korean airlines flight attendant did work on several flights that came here to LA acts but most of the flights are operating there was a flight to Seoul today another flight to Shanghai I spoke to several passengers were flying to Asia they said they were going to continue their flight although several were wearing face masks former vice president Joe Biden boldly predicts he will win the South Carolina primary and I got a big boost ahead of voting on Saturday the endorsement of congressman Jim Clyburn CBS's Alison Keyes is in Charleston harbor says he knows Joe we know Joe and most importantly Joe knows us he says it is time to restore this country's dignity and respect and he can think of no one better prepared to bring it back then Joe Biden trees and flowers are already blooming in and around the nation's capital but they.
Official Portraits Of Obamas To Begin 5-City US Tour, Including Stop In Atlanta
"He left the company earlier this month the Obamas portraits are going mobile next year Americans who can't make it to the nation's capital we'll get a chance to see the unique official portraits of former president Barack Obama and former First Lady Michelle Obama the portraits will come off the walls of the national portrait gallery and go on a five city tour in twenty twenty one the first stop a Chicago followed by New York Los Angeles Atlanta and Houston Pam Coulter CBS news
"pam coulter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pam Coulter after promising action to curb teen vaping president trump today hosted a robust White House discussion over whether to move forward with the federal ban on flavored E. cigarette CBS's Stephen Portnoy nobody no accident the cabinet will debate the nation's foremost anti tobacco advocates against E. cigarette makers the head of the American academy of pediatrics told the president millions of kids are addicted to vaping it is a crisis but the head of one company wanted the government bans flavors a hundred thousand Americans are going to lose their jobs president trump seemed inclined to support setting the legal vaping aged twenty one but he worries a ban on flavors could spark a black market figure selling stuff on a street corner that could be harmful Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House with public testimony in the house impeachment in Korea and and it's now the job of the Judiciary Committee to ponder possible articles of impeachment house Democrats appear to be moving toward impeaching president trump but he's not worried about facing a trial in the GOP controlled Senate I don't think I've ever seen support in the Republican Party like we do right yeah we've never had this kind of support Republicans are ramping up counter investigations in an effort to defend the president if there is a Senate trial Republicans call one of the bidens or John Bolton to testify university of Missouri law professor Frank Bowman says that could open a can of worms for the GOP if you're gonna try to compel hunter Biden to come in and biting his resistant how do you justify the fact that Mick Mulvaney will come down the world anti doping agency is recommending Russia be declared non compliant again which could mean Russia would be ineligible for the summer Olympics in Tokyo the FDA is investigating an eat coli outbreak across several states that may be linked to romaine lettuce CBS is bill ray coffee FDA says it's in Korean to a food poisoning outbreak has led investigators to farms in Salinas California and that they're looking for the contamination source on occassion the agency is advising people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in that area and any romaine that doesn't say where it was grown Los Angeles authorities say they averted what could have been a tragedy in a middle school acting on a tip they arrested a thirteen year old boy for threatening to shoot classmates and teachers county sheriff Alex Vienna waiver during the execution of the search warrant a rifle with a high capacity magazine was sees along with ammunition for the rifle investigators are trying to find out where the boy got the weapon stocks gained ground the Dow up a hundred nine today nasdaq rose thirteen this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans found a better way to mortgage so you can focus on making your new house home rocket mortgage push button get mortgage breaking police say new information has them considering that hazing it may in fact have played a role in the death of Washington State University freshman and Bellevue native Sam Martinez he was found dead inside the fraternity he was pledging we are on the phone with the Pullman police chief and we'll have more information for you shortly right now let's go to cover what DO realtime traffickers Tracey Taylor heather we're gonna hit everybody would drive times first because it's a Friday afternoon the weather seems to be working in our favor and if you're grabbing the keys and headed out the.
"pam coulter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Business I'm Pam Coulter there were insults and name calling when president trump responded to reporters questions about his effort to get Ukraine to help investigate political rival Joe Biden and his son but he said he will work with congressional investigators of the impeachment inquiry I always cooperate this is a hoax this is the greatest hoaxes is just a continuation of what's been playing out Democrats are accusing the trump administration of using propaganda and misinformation to attack the former US ambassador to Ukraine more from CBS is bill Rakoff a statement from the chairs of the house foreign affairs intelligence and oversight committee says they received information from the state department's inspector general that shows a parent efforts to target former ambassador to the U. crane Mosher you'll want to make sure to smear campaign she is scheduled on the hill next week to testify about what she knew about attempts by the trump administration to dig up political dirt on former vice president Joe Biden and his son the committee chair say the information received reinforces the need for the White House to turn over documents in the matter bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill CNN says Rudy Giuliani admits he said the information to the state department Kurt Volker who quit as US envoy to Ukraine will testify behind closed doors on Capitol Hill tomorrow the family of shooting victim both of John is accepted the ten year sentence handed out to former Dallas police officer amber Geiger John's mother Allison called for changes in police training well life must move on. but our alive let's move on with teens. but for there's gonna be a better day. on that better days starts with each and everyone of us seven people were killed when a World War two era bomber operated by historical group crashed shortly after takeoff in Hartford Connecticut CBS is Chris van Cleve the seventy five year old restored bomber was one of just eighteen be seventeens left in the US it was on a nationwide tour the ten passengers today paid up to four hundred and fifty dollars for a thirty minute thrill ride that ended in tragedy Bernie Sanders is recuperating after a heart procedure CBS's Steve Futterman the Sanders campaign is on hold for how long we don't know this after the seventy eight year old underwent surgery here in Las Vegas to answer to stance Sanders was here to take part with other candidates in the gun safety forum those who did take part including bellow or work offer their best wishes I know he's going to be good he's he's an incredibly strong man Sanders wife says he is doing really well the Dow fell nearly five hundred points today this is CBS news. dell small business technology advises could recommend tailored security solutions including computers with Intel core processors servers storage and more calling adviser today eight seven seven by Dale.
"pam coulter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm Pam Coulter stock markets have been rocked lately over fears that the US economy is heading toward recession but CBS's Paul reed says president trump is dismissing those concerns number one we're doing very well as an extra president trump downplayed fears of a recession today but he confirmed his administration is considering ways to stimulate the economy to avoid one payroll tax is something that we think about and a lot of people would like to see that yesterday White House officials denied he will tax cut was under consideration regardless Congress is unlikely to enact such a measure especially ahead of the twenty twenty election but a strong economy is key to the president's reelection pitch the trade war with China is stealing concerns about an economic downturn the president took a phone call today from NRA chief Wayne lapierre who tweeted they discussed the best ways to prevent tragedies like the recent mass shootings in el Paso in Dayton but there's concern that Mr trump support for things like background checks or is waning we're looking at different things and I have to tell you that it is a mental problem and I've said it a hundred times is not the gun that pulls the trigger it's the person president trump announced he will skip a planned meeting with Denmark's prime minister who just said she does not want to sell green land to the United States just two days ago the president said buying green land wasn't a top priority in a tweet he said because the prime minister said she had no interest in discussing the purchase of Greenland he will postpone their meeting that was set for two weeks from now former Vatican treasurer and Australian cardinal George Pell is headed back to prison after court upheld his conviction for sexually abusing two choirboys the B. B. C.'s John Mercer has more this is a two to one decision and it's unclear if George pal's defense team will now be considering taking the case to the highest court in the lines the High Court of Australia in Canberra but for now the music is that George pal has lost his appeal against his child abuse convictions of parting of the ways over a cartoon superhero CBS's the vitamin reports there are reports that Marvel studios which is owned by Disney will no longer be involved in the spider man films that would remove Marvel's Kevin Feige he the man considered the mastermind behind the spider man films Disney and Sony had been trying to work out a deal that would allow both studios to continue their involvement is reportedly all came down to money and how much each studio would get stocks were down across the board today the Dow sank a hundred and seventy three nasdaq fell fifty four this is CBS news for CBS news radio is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust there's nothing like meeting face to face and there's nothing like zoom to make that happen don't.
LA Opera to investigate sexual misconduct accusations against Placido Domingo
"Angeles there are accusations of sexual misconduct against a popular opera stars CBS news Pam Coulter reports first superstar Placido Domingo call sexual misconduct allegations against him deeply troubling and as presented inaccurate numerous women told the Associated Press he tried to pressure them into sexual relationships by offering jobs and punishing them when they refused his advances nearly three dozen other people in the opera world said they witnessed inappropriate sexually changed behavior by Domingo and that he pursued younger women with impunity the Philadelphia Orchestra has uninvited demand go to appear it's opening night
"pam coulter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Pam coulter ten members of the crowded democratic field jockeyed for the voters attention during the first presidential debate in miami tonight c._b._s. alison keys is there and joins us live senator elizabeth warren was on fire tonight on issues from healthcare to gun control but it was new jersey senator corey booker an african american man who cited gun violence in his neighborhood who drew sustained cheers by noting that for millions of americans gun control is not policy it's personal former maryland rep john delaney landed a few points tonight as did washington governor jay inslee but some candidates including ohio rep tim ryan seemed to be lost in a crowd of voices pam on the way to the g twenty president trump tweeted boring before leaving he continued to rail about russia's special counsel robert muller's upcoming testimony to congress c._b._s.'s nancy cortez on capitol hill president trump is set to meet with russian president ladimir putin at the twenty summit in osaka japan this weekend reporters asked mr trump today whether he plans to bring up russian election meddling with putin and the president responded what i say to him is none of your business a white house spokesman says mr trump and putin will meet friday afternoon journalists got a glimpse inside the texas detention center were microchip children were described to be living in squalid conditions officials said they were overwhelmed and don't have the staff supplies or budget to handle the influx of kids c._b._s. omar villafranca says they're competing funding bills in congress democrats have one version that they.
"pam coulter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Pam coulter washington may be in for some summertime shock and awe after subpoenas issued tonight by the house judiciary and intelligence committees russia's special counsel robert muller agreed to testify in open session july seventeenth intelligence committee chair adam schiff told c._b._s. news attorney general certainly has not been bound by the mullahs report and was more than happy to infect misrepresent what was in the motorsport so there are a number of questions that we have that are within the reporting the number questions we have that go beyond the report we will expect him to answer all questions president trump tweeted presidential harassment but c._b._s. news has learned the white house will not try to block muller's testimony since muller said his testimony would be as report trump attorney j secolo said that's what he expects for muller's appearance house speaker nancy pelosi issued a statement saying our national security is being threatened in the american people deserve answers while president trump called the russia investigation a hoax pelosi said he suggests he would welcome russian interference in an election again the house tonight voted mostly along party lines to approve a four and a half billion dollar aid package to provide care for thousands of migrant families and unaccompanied minors detained after crossing the southern border minority leader kevin mccarthy dismissed the democrats effort to address the humanitarian crisis now after weeks of doing nothing and denying that a crisis exists they're offering legislation that is misguided and it's purely political after just two months on the job the acting head of customs and border protection is departing jon sanders will leave his post on july fifth his resignation comes amid outrage over the administration's treatment of detained migrant children including the relocation of hundreds from an overcrowded texas patrol station where they were held for weeks in squalid conditions without adequate food and water sander's departure is another setback for the president who's not been able to get many of his immigration policies in place because of disagreements with congress and court rulings bill rakoff c._b._s. news washington g._o._p. congressman duncan hunter blamed his wife after they were charged with campaign finance fraud totaling two hundred fifty thousand dollars now federal prosecutors say hunter use some of that money to conduct extramarital affairs including several with lobbyists he sees that as political hit job.
"pam coulter" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The largest financial fraud of all time in the more than ten years since made arrest the trustees managed to recover more than thirteen billion dollars investors put into his firm. The latest disbursement is about a half billion dollars split among victims who have now been given back about two thirds of their initial investment. They get none of the spectacular returns. They were promised Aaron Katersky. ABC news, New York. President Trump promising a veto if congress passes a resolution blocking his use of. A national emergency declaration to fund a border wall. We get the latest from saga megani? In the nation's capital. Texas congressman Joaquin Castro introduced a resolution to block the declaration, which the president made to bypass congress and build his border wall. What the president is attempting is an unconstitutional power grab in house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats won't let him get away with it thinks that the constitution. She says the house will vote next week on the resolution. It's certain do pass and make it through the GOP led Senate it as well which could result in the president's first veto while testing Republicans support for his move saga megani? Washington. Technology giant is changing the way it handles worker disputes. We get more from CBS's. Pam Coulter after months of pressure from its employees, Google, no longer require workers to settle disputes through arbitration, which requires private handling of issues, and it's outside of court employees. Argued the mandatory arbitration process winds up being shrouded in secrecy, the change takes effect later next month and will apply to current and future employee's, but those with pass disputes won't be able to reopen their cases Pam Coulter. CBS news seven fifty on this Friday. We'll check traffic and weather when we come back. This is Dan Rae elderlaw journey Phil Amrou from the Commonwealth advisory group was on nightside to talk about a very important issue. Protecting your home from being taken by a nursing home. Phil how about a quick summary of how you can help people, Dan. The law tells us you can do a trust to protect your house. There are two contingencies. It has to be done. Right. And it has to be done five years in advance. It's your house for the rest of your life. You don't lose control. And yes, it can be sold. Dun-rite your assets can be protected. Why don't people do this? They're healthy. And don't think they'll ever need a nursing home big mistake, proper planning in advance is so. So important. Well, we can slow things down. If someone gets sick. It's always best to plan ahead. I can't tell you. How many times I've had to tell people we could have saved more..
"pam coulter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pam Coulter. Now, all three of regina's top elected officials are mired in controversy. Attorney general Mark herring is apologizing for wearing black face when he was a nineteen year old university of Virginia student CBS's Steve Dorsey reports more caring says he and his friends dressed up in wigs and Brown makeup as rappers at a college party in one thousand nine hundred eighty in a statement, he apologizes saying he is quote, deeply sorry for the pain that I 'cause with this revelation. He calls it a one time occurrence herring says it's not a reflection of who he is nearly forty years later hearing it already called on governor Ralph Northam to resign over a racist photo it his med school yearbook. And the woman accusing Virginia's Lieutenant governor of sexual assault. Is speaking out CBS's Bill Rakoff in a statement released by her lawyers, Dr Vanessa Tyson outlined the events at the two thousand. Thousand four democratic national convention. She says she went to Justin Fairfax's room to retrieve some documents, and there was a consensual casts. But then she says Fairfax exposed himself and forced her to perform oral sex Democrats are paying no attention to President Trump's warning against partisan investigations crack, Adam Schiff who heads the house intelligence committee says his panel will now look into the president's personal financial dealings, the American people have a right to know, indeed have a need to know that their president is acting on their behalf and not for some pecuniary or other reason President Trump who last night blasted what he called ridiculous partisan investigations says shift has no basis to investigate his finances. He's just a political hack who's trying to build a name for himself. And I think that's fine. Because that's what they do. But there'd be no reason to do that. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. One year old Jay Patterson accused of kidnapping.
"pam coulter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Pam Coulter. Delayed a week by the government shutdown. President Trump will deliver his second state of the union address in about three hours. CBS's? Steven Portnoy has more aides say the president will continue working on the speech until he's ready to deliver it, but he's been marking updrafts with a sharpie. They'll push again for the border wall relatives of an elderly couple allegedly killed by illegal immigrant will be seated in the first lady's box. We're told the president will also hail booming economy and urged bipartisan support for infrastructure spending along with a push to eliminate new HIV infections in the country by twenty thirty Mr. Trump makes his speech to the nation and a divided congress. CBS's Nancy Cortez. Democrats many of them inviting government workers who were affected by the government shutdown either furloughed or wet without pay for five weeks air, traffic controllers and the like sending a not so subtle message that they think that the first shutdown was damaging and urging the president not to allow another one to happen in ten days Virginia governor Ralph Northam shows no sign of throwing in the towel in the fewer over a racist photo and his med school yearbook. If he did resign Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax would move up. He now claims and old sexual assault. Allegation is a political hit job CBS's. Ed O'Keefe Fairfax has not called for north to step down. But the two haven't spoken since before that Saturday news conference, a spokeswoman for north and says, it's absolutely untrue. That the governor's team was the one circulating the allegations about Fairfax in sexual assault. Officials at eastern Virginia medical school condemn that yearbook photo and say they've hired an independent law firm. To investigate the school's culture school president, Richard home. And we want this to be more than just the review of what happened thirty years ago. We wanna know what's happening today, and what we can do to make things better. Nathan Sutherland, the Arizona nurse charged with sexually assaulting a severely. Disabled woman pleaded not guilty to rape charges today. Defense attorney David Gregory. This is you nine our process of law. Mr. Sutherland is entitled to constitutional protections. Second thoughts. Facebook is trying to help I'm Peter King. This one is for anyone who's ever had senders remorse chance to remove.
"pam coulter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pam Coulter. Two and a half weeks into a government shutdown and President Trump plans to speak to the nation. CBS's? Steven Portnoy with details. The prime time address is one of the most powerful weapons and presidents PR arsenal. One that's uniquely his aimed at ensuring an audience of millions on radio and television. It's not clear Mr. Trump will use tomorrow night's speech to make any announcements, but the president has been publicly weighing whether to declare a national emergency on the border. The White House believes that would allow him to tap unspent military, construction funds to get the wall built without congressional approval. The president's also planning a trip to the southern border Thursday. TSA officials say it was mismanagement of resources rather than sick outs. Over the shutdown that led to long delays at airport screening checkpoints yesterday. CBS's Kris van cleave. The concern. Now is what happens when the reality of this shut. Hits and these TSA screeners don't get a paycheck on Friday. The agency has spent the day huddled in meetings. Trying to figure out what contingency plans might look like. And if there is any money that can be freed up to help the TSA make payroll and pay it screeners missing oral arguments for the first time in her twenty five years on the bench supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is working for from home as she recovers from cancer surgery. Justice Ginsburg was not on the bench Monday as the court heard arguments, and it was not clear when she would return the court will continue to hear cases Tuesday Wednesday and again next week accord spokeswoman said the eighty-five year old Justice is recuperating and working from home after doctors removed to cancerous growths from her left lung last month. Chief Justice John Roberts said that Ginsburg will participate in deciding cases on the basis of briefs and transcripts have oral arguments. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington Oscar winning actor. Kevin Spacey's latest appearance was in Massachusetts courtroom Spacey's lawyers entered a not guilty. He played charges of groping, and then eighteen year old busboy in an an it bar two years ago, CBS's Girija Dunkin we were hoping maybe to get some sort of reaction if not even just hear from his attorney. But that did not happen. They were in and out. The former Uber driver accused of killing six people in Michigan two years ago pleaded guilty to all charges just before jury selection began in his trial. Jason Dalton said he had wanted this for quite a while Kalamazoo prosecutor Jeff getting it's unusual for person to plead guilty to first degree premeditated murder because the consequences. Mandatory it's life in prison without the possibility of parole. The Dow.
"pam coulter" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm Pam Coulter. The manhunt for the suspect in the killing of a northern California. Police officer is over CBS's. Steve Futterman is live with the latest and Pam two days after the killing police believe they have the man responsible suspect is in custody. He has been apprehended in Bakersfield that Stanislas county sheriff Adam christianson the man under arrest is Gustavo Perez Ariaca, a native of Mexico who was in the US illegally. He is accused of killing thirty three year old officer Neal sing sing's brother, Reggie was also at the news conference. So we're all alone. Enforcement agencies. Officers. Sing was killed during a traffic. Stop live in Los Angeles. Steve Futterman, CBS news. The White House says President Trump wants to negotiate a deal with Democrats on funding of border wall. And is even dropped his demand below five billion dollars. But CBS's Steve Dorsey says officials are frustrated at a lack of response from democratic leaders on Twitter. President Trump threatened to close the southern border unless he gets money to build a wall on CBS this morning. White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, saying congressional Democrats aren't even at the burgeoning table as the partial government shutdown continues. Nobody wants the government to be closed. That's why we're asking Democrats to sit down and negotiate the funding fight now teed up for when a new divided congress. Convenes January third homeland security secretary to Nielsen is touring immigration facilities in Texas following the death of two young children who are in US custody CBS, Janet Shanley ambiguously, thousands of children were. Coming.
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"Mutual insurance. I'm Pam Coulter, the Christmas blessing the dollar is to West Virginia. Governor Jim Justice. Speaking to reporters after rescuers found the two women and one man who disappeared in an abandoned coal mine on Saturday. They were taken to a local hospital to be checked out after being underground for a hundred and eleven hours. Everything's against exposure. Anything and everything. A fourth person walked out of the mine Monday night and helped guide. Rescuers. A law enforcement source said it's possible. Trespassing charges could be filed President Trump has been uncharacteristically silent following the three year sentence handed out to his former lawyer Michael Cohen CBS's. Paula Reed said he was simply for a variety of charges, including tax evasion and helping arrange hush money payments during the presidential campaign thirds. Here's he said, look, I'm a good, man. I made mistakes when I represented Mr. Trump, and he also pushed back against claims the president has made for example, the president has called him. Week on calling told the judge. He said, look, my weakness was loyalty to President Trump. There were protests in Michigan over what critics say is a last minute power grab by Republicans. CBS's dean Reynolds reports. Demonstrators crowded the Michigan capital this afternoon. I think that they are trying to take away our vote opposing moves by Republican.
"pam coulter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Pam Coulter. Longtime Trump lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is not likely to get his wish for no jail time. When he sentenced for a number of charges, including lying to congress and campaign, finance and Bank fraud CBS's Bill Rakoff while federal prosecutors in New York acknowledged Cohen's cooperation in certain ongoing matters. They said that the seriousness of his crimes warrant a substantial term of imprisonment sentencing guidelines, call for Cohen to serve between fifty one months to sixty three months in prison a federal sentence recommendation from the special counsel's office in Washington said it would not seek any further. Sentencing beyond what prosecutors in New York had called for Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington. President Trump is nominating. Former Bush forty one attorney general William bar to take that job in his administration at the project safe neighborhoods conference. He said bar was his choice from the star. To replace Jeff Sessions is no one more capable or more qualified for this role. He deserves overwhelming bipartisan support I suspect. He'll probably get the appointment comes as it appears the Russia investigation is entering its final stages. Former FBI director James Comey testified behind closed doors to the House Judiciary committee today and said a lot of the questions dealt with Hillary Clinton's emails, which he said probably wasn't worth the time trying to respect the institution and to answer questions in a respectful way. You'll see I did that in the transcript you'll see that. If you get a transcript of my return visit which I think will be week after next the man who drove his car into counter protesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville is guilty on all counts. One year old James Alex fields junior of maumee Ohio was convicted of all charges he faced including first degree murder. He showed no emotion as the verdicts were read he faces up to life in prison for running his car into a group of counter protesters at a Charlottesville Virginia. White nationalist rally at August of last year. A thirty two year old woman was killed and dozens of others were hurt. A prosecutor told the jury fields had hate and violence out his mind. Jim Krasula, CBS news. It was another headache producing day on Wall Street. Stocks plunged across the board. The Dow fell five hundred fifty eight points market analysts. Hugh Johnson says investor concerns are still trade a lot of confusion about trade relations between the US and China are there is there going to be any progress. Are we going to be able to avoid a not only a global trade war? But particularly a trade war with China. Nasdaq was down two hundred nineteen points, the broader s and p index fell sixty two this is CBS news national mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. And MLS number thirty thirty. A.
California wildfires turn deadly as tens of thousands evacuate
"Fire and she had to be rescued by firefighters. Fire information officer, David Clark, says the campfire has been destructive right now, we have two thousand structures are threatened with approximately two thousand structures have been destroyed. Many are worried about family members. Tell my mom and dad if they're listening in that, I love them, and I just want to hear from them. That's all I just want to hear from them. CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. The del mar fall racing meet open this afternoon amid increased security at the del mar fairgrounds. You may remember a man fired a gun outside the ice cube concert at the fairgrounds back in September. Mar spokesman MAC McBride tells us that future concerts will be better secure. You will have metal detectors. They'll be ten of them only when at a concert our country excite. Yes. Only there again, we dealt with our sheriffs our security experts, and they
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"Pam Coulter. After months of criticizing his attorney general President Trump today forced the resignations of Jess Jeff Sessions. Mr. Trump had publicly fumed at sessions decision to recuse himself from overseeing the investigation of Russian meddling in the sixteen election, which the president calls a hoax in a witch hunt. CBS's Jeff pays Justice department, employees saluted attorney general Jeff Sessions as part of the building hours after resigning. Earlier he delivered a letter to the White House which started bluntly, dear Mr President at your request. I am submitting my resignation. CBS news has learned White House chief of staff John Kelly called sessions this morning to inform him of the president's decision. Democrats are already calling on acting attorney general Matt Whitaker to recuse himself from the Russia probe because he has said it's gone too far and could be starved of funding. The White House has revoked the press pass of CNN's Jim Acosta, accusing him of putting his hands on a female intern. Tried to take the mic away from him during the president's news conference today on CNN Costas said he acted professionally. This is a test for all of us. I do think they're trying to to shut us down to some extent inside the White House press corps. And and to some extent, I think they're trying to send a message to our colleagues in January President Trump will no longer have a red wall of support in. Congress Democrats will take control of the house, and Mr. Trump said that could be a plus from deal making standpoint, we are all much better off the way it turned down. Because I really believe if the if the Democrats want to we can do a tremendous amount of grape legislation the president could face investigations from democrat controlled house committees into everything from his taxes to his campaigns contacts with Russia's minority leader Nancy Pelosi says it's up to the committees to determine if they'll use subpoenas to conduct investigations, this doesn't mean we go looking for a fight. But it means that we see a need to go forward. We will. But that will be the work of our committees. The Georgia governor's race is still up in the air. I'm Jim Krasula Atlanta. A group called nonprofit protect democracy has filed a lawsuit seeking to keep Georgia's secretary of state Brian Kemp from being involved in counting votes certifying results or Eddie runoff or recount cap is overseeing this still undecided. Georgia governor. Race. He has refused. Numerous calls to step aside or recuse himself as secretary of state, the Dow was up five hundred forty.
Trump to Hold 11 Campaign Rallies Ahead of 2018 Midterm Elections
"Senate races. Democrats are running in states where he won and some of those races may be quite close so appealing. To his core constituency could help and midterms where turnout tends to be lower former vice president Joe Biden campaign for Democrats and e Saint Louis situation where. The character of the country is on the ballot CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. My
Kavanaugh accuser wants FBI investigation before she will testify
"An attorney for the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh of sexual assault says her client will not testify publicly without an FBI investigation. Here's CBS's. Pam coulter. A major snag in Republican plans to hold a Monday hearing on the sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh. He's accuser apparently won't show up Dr Christine Blasi Ford wants an FBI investigation. I on CNN her attorney, Lisa banks explained white Blasi waited so long to come forward. The Democrats Senator Feinstein particular respected her request for confidentiality initially. And that was the right thing to do because. Victims of sexual assault. Have the ability to say, wet weather, and when those allegations should be made public cavenaugh denies assaulting Blasi. Get a high school party thirty six years
Roseanne Barr Talks Ambien Use With Dr. Oz After Blaming Drug for Racist Tweet
"On a talk show. Dr Oz has a sit down interview with disgrace actress Roseanne Barr kick off season ten of his show somewhere things on Ambien Ambien. The sleep medication is what the comedian says she was on when she tweeted out a racist comment in may about former President Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett that tweet caused the reboot of Roseanne a top rated show to get canned ambient, e like Tiger Woods Ambien. Drove. It's L weird drug actually looked up. Ambien tweeting is not a side effect. No his new season with Boras guest kicks off next
Six more women accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of sexual assault or harassment
"Moonves says will resign as sexual misconduct allegations against him double to twelve CBS's. Jim taylor. More women are lining up to accuse the CEO of CBS of sexual harassment. CBS does say it's taking the new charges. Very seriously. Six additional women raising the salt claims against CBS chief executive Leslie Moonves report in the New Yorker where six women already made similar claims against him move as hold the New Yorker he had consensual relationships with three of the women CBS has been investigating the allegations. But CBS Jill Schlesinger says the do accusations raise even more question. What is the culture that has been allowed to metastasized for so long that allowed this to occur? And how are we going to address it? I think that's what shareholders wanna know what employees want to know. And that's what the public wants to
Bill Cosby, Pam Coulter and CBS discussed on WBZ Morning News
"On my shoulder. But right now. You feel like is being cut in half the motive for the murders is still not known. A Boston man is arrested charged with assaulting a person on the red line a few days ago. The seventy five year old man
Pam Coulter, CBS and Aretha Franklin discussed on Midday News Break
"News organic king has died at eighty. Seven she was Grammy nominated jazz, singer but got wide recognition for playing the wife of Don Vito Corleone in the first two godfather.
Al Sharpton to Preach at Mount Zion First African Baptist Church
"On the year anniversary of the violent demonstration in Charlottesville Virginia a group of about, two dozen white nationalist March through the heart. Of the nation's capital CBS's Steve, Dorsey is there in a steady rain the small. Group of white nationalist, left. The rally in the front of the White House with a police escort avoiding a confrontation with so-called anti-fascist Kellner protesters at one point group of masked counter. Demonstrators began turning on police throwing, eggs in, water bottles. And shooting flares ultimately the number of protesters dwarf the small group, of white nationalists never crossing
States sue Trump administration to try to block 3D-printed guns
"Seventy WFL a news is a service of the. Duncan duo President Trump will be in Tampa this afternoon and this evening the first time since he was, elected president he's coming into the backyard of gubernatorial candidate adam putnam to endorse putnam's opponent congressman ron to santa's nick is the chairman of the pinellas county republican party he believes this visit will help republicans get elected this midterm election year you look at the georgia republican primary for their governor donald trump came in and did endorsement and you know those poll numbers for that candidate went up over ten point so he's got incredible influence in the electorate response to him he's doing multiple things here by coming to tampa and it's going to be an exciting night the president will hold a roundtable a tampa bay technical high this afternoon then he'll be at the florida state fairgrounds for seven p._m. rally the event is free but you need a ticket to get in doors open at four p._m. several states are suing the trump administration hoping to block a texas company from publishing downloadable blueprints for three d. printed plastic guns florida democratic senator bill nelson wants the president to put a stop to it we have bad The Trump administration both the department of. Justice and the department of state do not allow the. Publication of these blueprints come Wednesday and, they refused to listen to our please the gun industry doesn't believe it's likely. Terrorists would go to the trouble of purchasing three d. printers. Or dealing with the printing process six people are, dead as seventeen wildfires continue burning out of. Control in California all across the, state the worst is the car fire. Near reading where homes have been burned to the ground it is. Just remarkable to walk, on this street here and to realize that just last week there were. Families here there were children playing on this street this was a a very happy neighborhood now homes no longer exist we see, some, remnants you can see some kitchen appliances some remains of kitchen appliances you. See some chimneys Not much more than that on. This street the, homes are all gone Steve Futterman. CBS news Redding, California a criminal investigations being launched into the deadly duck boats sinking table rock lake near Branson Missouri the state, attorney general Josh Holly says it's opened a. Criminal investigation they are now working with investigators to decide if any criminal charges are warranted seventeen people died when a duck boat sank. In stormy conditions on the lake on July nineteenth the board of CBS held, a three hour emergency. Meeting to discuss the future of it's CEO Leslie Moonves after he was accused of sexual. Misconduct has denies the accounts or says he doesn't remember many of the details outlined in the New Yorker story but. In a statement he said there were. Times decades ago when I may have. Made some, women uncomfortable by. Making advances those were. Mistakes and I regret them immensely, Anna Werner reporting no final. Decisions have been made On the future of moon Bess if, you grown when you hear about another company meeting you're not alone meeting. Some people love them and. Some can't, stand him the account, temps survey found most workers don't take every meeting they have to attend as necessary temps, Richard. DO sing via Skype, on average we found out that workers spend. About twenty one percent of their time in meetings and about twenty five percent. Of them felt as though it was a waste of time the biggest pet peeves about meetings, they start are in late the issues could have been handled by Email and participants are to distracted Pam Coulter CBS news the thieves have been caught in Texas and the loot not what you would expect police in San Antonio have recovered a stolen. Shark a three foot, long grey horn shark who was grabbed from petting tank of the San Antonio aquarium and wheeled.
Ex-Trump aide Omarosa Newman pens 'Unhinged' White House memoir
"Reform everything from bail through the way non-violent drug crimes. Are being incarcerated former Massport general counsel Rachel Rollins cited her management experience managed over one hundred and. Fifty people I'm really excited about my chances here rounding. Up a half dozen candidates for DA state. Rep yves-andre cover although attorney Linda champion and. Former public defenders Shannon McCullough in Boston Doug. Cope WBZ NewsRadio, ten thirty man has detonated a fireworks device, outside the US embassy in Beijing Chinese. Officials, say the suspect injured his hand no one else was hurt it happened a few Hours ago with reports of white smoke and some debris outside, the main compound CBS's Kris liable is in, Beijing and says that, that wasn't the only incident today author reports that a woman earlier in the day of covered yourself. In gasoline it looks like creature able to. Detain her and prevent her. From setting herself on fire After the suspect in custody he's from Inner Mongolia Chinese police say the case is under further investigation housekeepers at Miami Beach. Hotels will soon be armed with panic buttons to help combat sexual assault, the city commission unanimously, approved the safety measure set, to go into effect in August of twenty nineteen. Commissioner Kristen Gonzalez proposed the measure after, she was sexually assaulted. Last year hotels and hostels will be required to provide all housekeeping attendance with a safety button they can use the device if they believe there is an ongoing crime harassment or other emergency. A high profile by short-lived White House aide is coming out with a book if you haven't heard enough from Omarosa you'll get another chance the Daily Mail reports the former apprentice contestant. Trump aid has a book deal and is expected to reveal more about her. Time at the White House and about her relationship with President Trump the report says Moore Rosa manigault Newman signed a seven figure deal with gallery. Books a division of. Simon and, Schuster over Rosa hasn't been making any appearances and she was. On celebrity big brother the book is expected next month Pam Coulter CBS. News reaction continues to pour in after the company that bought the neck oh candy plan in revere shuts. Down shop WBZ Sheri small has more company telling it's two hundred thirty employees not to return until Friday and that's just to pick up their final. Paychecks round hill investments bought neck oh back in may at a bankruptcy, auction sparking hopes that, the employees would be able, to hang onto their jobs after all in revere. The mayor's office says the closure took, them by surprise spokesperson. Bob Mara round hill the company that had a history of resurrecting companies so we were very enthused company such as round hill was coming into potentially rescue deco in revere Sheri small WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ News time nine twenty two and with today's entertainment report here. Is kiss one awaits belly cost, and latest information on Demi Levato is that she and friends were on a, drinking binge the night before insiders. Say her sobriety had been filled with ups and downs reports Facebook founder Mark. Zuckerberg's net worth plummeted some twenty. Billion dollars yesterday and a man arrested and put in jail yesterday for destroying President Trump. Star, on. The Hollywood walk of fame he. Did it. With a pick pickaxe with the entertainment report I'm Billy cost to the Mattie.
How an Army of Suffragettes Helped Save America From Starvation
"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief i'm pam coulter the clock is running out on the court order deadline for the trump administration to reunite children under age five with their immigrant parents government officials admit not all of the families will be reunited tonight cbs's ed o'keefe in some cases these kids are under the care of an office of the department of health and human services with sin has the hand them over to emmigration customs enforcement which of course is part of the department of homeland security and in many cases in most cases they're also being held by some third party contractor so they've got to figure out with that agency either one of them how exactly they get the back to the parents so it's it's a mess frankly the army has been tossing out immigrant recruits who joined up in exchange for a path to citizenship the pentagon says the program was suspended because of the high risk of espionage terrorism and other criminal activity cbs's david begnaud has more for nearly two years to go through these background checks so everybody's been in limbo so speak and that's why we're seeing these people being kicked out of the military right now under president trump it is not fair to blame mr trump for what is happening now again the program was suspended under mr obama president trump continues to complain about military spending by nato members and issued that straining relations with us allies and of a nato meeting in brussels tomorrow cbs's major garrett is would the president so far this year only five of twenty nine nato countries including the us spent two percent of gross domestic product on defence the nato standard the president has lashed out at countries that fall short european council president donald tusk urge mr trump to soften his rhetoric democrats are scrambling to build opposition to supreme court nominee brett cavenaugh cbs's alicia alvarez the president said he is hearing good things about his choice to fill justice anthony kennedy seat rave reviews democrats were always going to oppose the president's towards the cabins opinion over presidential power is also stirring debate the president pardoned to oregon cattle ranchers in an arson case k excels jacob dean reports even and dwight hammond were convicted of setting a fire on their private farmland that burned onto neighbouring public land six years ago their sentencing sparked a protest from ammon bundy and dozens of others who occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near the hammond ranch in south eastern oregon officials in japan say one hundred seventy nine people have been killed in flooding and landslides in the country this is.
Jazz Jennings Says She's 'Doing Great' After Undergoing Gender Confirmation Surgery
"Company is cutting off support for the idea terada maker of jack daniels whiskey says it had nothing to do with the campaign against the idea to rod by people for the ethical treatment of animals but the company is pulling its long running sponsorship of alaska's one thousand mile long dog sled race a spokesman said they're just shifting their market approach to a partnership with the nba pita still praise the decision calling it the right thing pam coulter cbs news i am a teenage girl seventeen year old jazz jennings says she's doing great after gender confirmation surgery and she thanks fans for their love and support the tlc reality star has posted her first post op photo jennings was born male but identified as female since she was a toddler she says she wants to educate people about being trans and gender and now the transitioning process deborah rodriguez cbs news suspect in city heights killing at large i'm cindy burkey that's one of the stories we're following on am seven sixty authorities are searching for a twenty six year old man wanted in the shooting death of josse ruis city heights apartment earlier this month neighbors say they're a close knit community and they can't understand why it happened everybody in the neighborhood love police are looking for dominic grady who's had previous scrapes with the law over firearms and domestic violence historic change of command at camp pendleton as the first woman to command marine ground combat arms unit his taking charge us marine corps lieutenant michelle mcandrew to command as a friday a santee woman is hospitalized after a para sailing accident in mexico this month that left you're dangling in the wind for forty five minutes before crashing to the ground katie malone is back in san diego she's expected to fully recover right now at lindbergh field it's mostly cloudy and sixty three degrees i'm cindy burkey am seven sixty k fm be talk and breaking news good morning to you this is.
25 U.S. kids treated in ERs every hour for bike injuries
"Wbz news time five oh eight in business news asian stocks fell today oil prices gave up some of their gains after chinese regulators freed up money for bank lending a bit a trade dispute with washington taking a look at the numbers from friday the s and p was up five to close a twenty seven fifty five the nasdaq was down twenty closing at seventy six ninety three the dow is up one hundred ninety nine points to close at twenty four thousand five eighty one waiter today the commerce department reports on the number of new homes that were sold in may and the average price of a regular gallon of gas fell six cents over the past two weeks to two dollars and ninety five cents that's the first drop in nearly four months looking at the markets not a great start to the day the asian markets all in the read the european markets still actively trading but all in the red the dax is down almost one and a half percent the us futures the sp down seventeen the nasdaq down sixty two the dow currently down one hundred and sixty eight points wbz news time five oh eight new research says bike injuries among children have skyrocketed over the past decade we get more from cbs's pam coulter bike riding as part of childhood but the study finds a lot of kids are getting hurt doing it we saw more than two point two million injuries over a ten year study period that's about twenty five kids getting injured every hour study author dr laura mckenzie says that's everything from cuts and scrapes to broken bones and traumatic brain injury the majority of injuries involved children ages ten to fourteen with boys more likely to get hurt than girls mackenzie says children should wear helmets even if their parents did when they were kids pam coulter.
The Daily 202: MLK’s final speech — delivered 50 years ago today — was full of timely and timeless teachings
"To use a military to secure the us mexico border until his promise wall is built during a lunch today with baltic leaders president trump says he has already spoken with defense secretary james mattis about this idea the president says we're going to be doing things militarily until we can have a wall and proper security he's calling this a potential big step we get a very latest now on this idea from cbs news cbs news special report following a flood of tweets criticizing mexico's efforts to curb illegal immigration president trump said today he's sending us soldiers to the border we are preparing for the military to secure our border between mexico and the united states we have a meeting on it in a little while with general madison everybody and i think that it's something we have to do the washington post david nakimora prompt and conservatives have talked about this border wall for a long time throughout his campaign as we know says number one promised to his voters and he didn't get his money for that border wall and i think you're seeing now the president returning to the really hard line immigration stance that he's had for for so long talking today about militarising the board that's another big step and a news conference with baltic leaders the president also talked about ending the us mission in syria i want to get out i want to bring our troops back home i want to start rebuilding our nation cbs news special report i'm pam coulter nineteen gal in other news the following today the first person sunshines and special counsel robert muller's ongoing russia investigation is dutch national alexander swan he's the soninlaw of one of russia's richest men he was sentenced today to thirty days in prison plus a twenty thousand dollar fine for line to special counsel mahler's investigators about contact with officials in the two thousand sixteen presidential election here cbs news justice reporter paula reid is someone who did business where the rick gates and paul manafort and lied about conversations that he had with rick gates he's also according to court documents someone that had conversations with someone who is only described as a this individual is believed to have contacts to russian government to russian intelligence so there is a lot that.