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Mackenzie Scott, Formerly Bezos, Says She Has Given Away $1.7 Billion of Her Wealth So Far
"Jeff Bezos, ex wife is making good on her pledge to give her money away in a block post. Mackenzie Scott said she donated $1.7 billion in the past year. The causes include racial equality, LGBTQ rights, public health and climate change. Her split from Jeff Bezos left her with a 4% stake in Amazon. Washington, D. C's Howard University says it received an eight figure Don't A shin from Scott, the largest gift from a single donor in the school's history. It will spend the money on infrastructure, faculty development, social innovation and student grants. Pam Coulter, CBS
Lost toy dog returns home to Florida boy with help of Cincinnati airport
"A young boy is all smiles as his beloved toy makes its way back home. CBS News correspondent Pam Coulter reports a stuffed Dalmatian toy that was lost at the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport is on its way back to its owner in Florida before airport employees returned the beloved toy dog named Mash mash to Doug and Phyllis Ronco son Jaden's. The Dalmatian, outfitted in a mask went on an impromptu tour of the airport and had photos snapped at the airports, restaurants in the road. Away and with the canine
Home loan refinancing surges as mortgage rates hit new lows
"Advantage advantage of of the the fact fact that that 30 30 year year mortgage mortgage loans loans have have fallen fallen below below 3% 3% for for the the first first time time in in five five decades, decades, the the real estate data firm CORELOGIC says refinancings from January through April more than doubled compared to the year before economist gusto, O'Shea says. That's what the Federal Reserve wants to see. They want interest rates to be very low. They want to support the housing market to support an economic recovery. They want homeowners to be able to refine. Hans. Lower interest rates being people have more money to spend elsewhere. Pam Coulter CBS NEWS the day I had her run ins
Oklahoma reporter tests positive for COVID-19 after attending at Trump's Tulsa rally
"Meanwhile health officials will be watching to see if president trump's campaign kick off rally in Oklahoma adds to the corona virus outbreak in that state CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter with the store journalist who covered president trump's Tulsa rally last weekend tweets that he has tested positive for the coronavirus Oklahoma watch reporter Paul monies notified of his positive test Friday says he was in the arena for about six hours wearing a mask and mostly following social distancing guidelines he says an epidemiologist told him it's difficult to pinpoint when he contracted the virus public health officials warned that large indoor gatherings could be super spreaders of covert
House Passes Sweeping Policing Bill Targeting Racial Bias and Use of Force
"On this vote the yeas are two hundred and thirty six the names are one hundred and eighty one the house has just passed a sweeping police police overhaul overhaul bill bill that that would would ban ban chokeholds chokeholds and and make make it it easier easier for for people people to to file file civil civil suits suits against against officers officers accused accused of of misconduct misconduct it it comes comes a a month month after after the the death death of George Floyd in Minneapolis Majority Leader Steny Hoyer there is justifiable anger in this country because justice is not being up hell Transylvania begin Dan Meuser says the bill will not go anywhere in the Senate this bill has been passed in the house will not become law because it was not inclusionary would not reform the police but by eliminating qualified immunity and no knock warrants it would put people and police into dangerous and costly scenarios CBS news update I'm Pam Coulter
"pam coulter" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"I'm Pam Coulter in Washington no charges will be filed over the news founded Bubba Wallace's garage at the Talladega superspeedway CBS is Jurica Duncan says an investigation determined it was not intended to be found by NASCAR's only black driver one day after NASCAR rallied around Bubba Wallace the FBI concluded the incident was not a hate crime the F. B. I. said the noose hanging in Wallace's garage had been there since October two thousand nineteen and that no one was aware Wallace would be assigned to that garage station the noose was discovered on the same date NASCAR enforced a new ban on the Confederate flag at its events after promising a lifetime ban by the sport for those responsible NASCAR president Steve Phelps expressed relief this is a a great conclusion for us and for Bubba to understand that we are you know that he was not he was not targeted on this visit to Arizona today president trump again said the coded plague is going away but that was contradicted by federal health officials who told Congress a new surgeon cases is troublesome we're now seeing a disturbing surge of infections that looks like it's a combination but one of the things is an increasing community spread Dr Anthony Fauci said they were not told to slow testing which is key to corralling the corona virus right now the next couple of weeks are going to be critical in our ability to address those surgeons that we're seeing in Florida and Texas and Arizona and in other states in an exclusive interview with CBS news radio house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the police reform bill being proposed by Republicans is a nonstarter correspondent Steve Futterman house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the Republican police reform bill is a nonstarter it we're trying to get away with murder actually the murder to eligible and in an interview with CBS news Pelosi says right now compromise is unlikely there is some way to at least get something passed you be the judge we're saying NO chill cold what kind of compromise chump chuckle the speaker says the GOP bill uses words but doesn't take action Steve Futterman CBS news Mexico was rocked by a seven point five magnitude earthquake today everything started moving and I was like okay I just got my mom and we like students to a site where we could be safe and just go through it your mom was praying for your foot at least four people were killed Wall Street continues its winning streak and the Dow today was up a hundred and fifty three points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is a really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just double because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.
"pam coulter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Reporting I'm Pam Coulter in Washington there's an urgency to reform policing in the wake of the death of George Floyd and Minneapolis is leading the way WCCO Jennifer barely reports a stipulation agreement in order to prevent what happened to George Floyd from happening again in Minneapolis and that motion is adopted advanced chokeholds and neck restraints requires officers to report any unauthorized use of force and says officers must intervene by words or action to stop banned use of force when they see it happening mayor Jacob fry welcomed these changes and more we can quite literally lead the way in our nation and acting more police reform than any other city the action stems from the department of human rights discrimination charge filed against the city of Minneapolis and its police department two police officers in buffalo New York had been suspended without pay and could face criminal charges after a video showed them pushing a seventy five year old man to the ground he lay there bleeding as many other officers walked by Yuri county executive mark Poland cars buffalo is known as the city of good neighbors unfortunately last night it was not what we saw last night in front of city hall is not acceptable here it is not acceptable anywhere police in cities across the country have been criticized for aggressive tactics against protesters in New York CBS is Jurica Duncan says more protests are planned for tomorrow including one in Washington DC which may turn out hundreds of thousands of participants another day of protests as calls for justice nationwide are coming together as one in Washington DC the merit commission the black lives matter mural on the road leading to the White House police are expecting up to two hundred thousand people for a rally in the nation's capital crews worked to fortify the perimeter of the White House military personnel were also out on the streets in a new video NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality he is now encouraging them to speak out and peacefully protest we are listening I am listening and I will be reaching out to players who have raised their voices and others on how we can improve and go forward for a better and more United NFL team former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick was engulfed in controversy over taking a knee during the national anthem investors like today's better than expected jobs report and sent the Dow up eight hundred and twenty nine points this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today from downtown Minneapolis studios of news talk eight three O. W. C. C. O. this is Minnesota's most trusted station for news seventy seven degrees and sunny I'm small Martin newstalk eight threo WCCO Minneapolis city council votes unanimously to make some immediate changes to police department policy first on the list chokeholds chokehold and neck restraints are prohibited for any reason the temporary restraining order and this order requires the city to amend it police department policy and procedure manual to make that change state human rights commissioner Rebecca Lou Cerro says other measures will require officers to report on authorize use of force in intervening those situations and requires approval from the chief before any crowd control measures are used the council also affirmed its commitment to working with the state human rights department on its larger civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis police department in a statement chief Medaria Arradondo says he appreciates the work by the department of human rights and commissioner loose Lucy rose leadership he says he will continue to work on efforts to improve public trust and public safety thousands have what were marching today peacefully through the streets of south Minneapolis following following a rally outside U. S. bank stadium the largely athlete led demonstration was peaceful and filled with music and speeches including this one from Timberwolves players Josh Okogie well the reason I'm having because I.
Trump will 'override governors' on churches reopening
"And the president is pushing all states to reopen all churches this holiday weekend the details from CBS correspondent Pam Coulter president trump whose let governors take the lead in many areas of handling the corona virus outbreak now says they must allow churches to re open this weekend I call upon governors to allow our churches and places of worship to open right now if there's any question they don't have to call me but they're not going to be successful in that call he says the clergy can take care of safety the ministers pastors rabbis imams that other faith leaders will make sure that their congregations are saying White House coronavirus advisor Dr Deborah Berke says some churches may want to wait a week and she says social distancing will be important over the Memorial Day weekend the top three states are Maryland the district and Virginia and
US in recession as economy shrinks at 4.8% rate in first quarter
"New figures from the government this morning show the impact of the corona virus pandemic on the economy here's CBS's Pam Coulter the figure was even worse than expected the commerce department says the economy shrank at an annual rate of four point eight percent in the first quarter as the country began to battle the virus outbreak it's the worst showing since two thousand eight economists had predicted a four percent decline in the gross domestic product retail sales were down a record eight point seven percent in March in the manufacturing sector had its worst drop in output since nineteen forty
FDA warns against hydroxychloroquine outside hospitals, citing heart risk
"A warning from the food and drug administration about hydroxy chloride Quinn CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter reports the FDA says the malaria drug president trump is promoted as a corona virus treatment should not be used outside of hospitals and research labs and alert center doctors warns they should not prescribe hydroxy chloride when because of the risk of death have possible side effects including heart rhythm problems severe low blood pressure and muscle or nerve damage doctors at one New York hospital reported heart rhythm abnormalities in most of the eighty four your patience given hydroxy Clark went and the antibiotic
Top vaccine expert says he was fired for resisting Trump on hydroxychloroquine
"The doctor who was removed from his job running the federal agency in charge of developing a coronavirus vaccine plans to file a whistleblower complaint and fight to stay in his position CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter reports a leading expert on vaccine development Dr Rick Wright says he was forced to take a less impactful position afri pressed for a rigorous vetting of the corona virus treatment touted by president trump he said he speaking out because to combat this deadly virus science not politics has to lead the way his attorneys say brights reassignment is retaliation pure and simple and they'll push to keep him in his job pending an IG
Trump trying to ease some coronavirus social distancing rules
"Better in New Jersey there were two hundred thirty one virus deaths in the latest twenty four hour period the governor Phil Murphy said the number of people recovering is increasing we're now reporting more people leaving the hospital then entering please got it stays that way in New York there were five hundred forty deaths governor Cuomo notes that's better than the six hundred plus of recent days you could argue that we are past the plateau we were starting to descend despite pressure from president trump neither governor is ready to relax social distancing or set a date certain for re opening their economies Pam Coulter CBS news there have been protests in some states over continuing orders to stay at home the president has tweeted in support of liberating some democratic led states including Virginia and Michigan he's set to update the nation in a few
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
Volunteers help elderly Americans
"Many hardships in the corona virus outbreak but many people are stepping up to help others in need two young new Yorkers have gathered an army of volunteers to deliver food and medicine to the most vulnerable in the course of seventy two hours Liam L. kind and Simone publicado put out a Facebook plea for help and thirteen hundred shoppers of all ages answered the call L. kind of twenty year old male junior says the project dubbed invisible hands may be extended to London and other cities around the US Pam Coulter
"pam coulter" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Pam Coulter the corona virus has Wall Street on a stretcher the Dow suffering its biggest loss since black Monday nineteen eighty seven CBS is Michael George reports it was another bruising day on Wall Street driven by growing concerns over the corona virus pandemic the Dow Jones closed down more than twenty three hundred points stocks fell so fast in the opening bell they triggered a circuit breaker that automatically holds training for fifteen minutes even the feds midday injection of five hundred billion dollars into the short term lending market didn't turn things around for long and until the virus is contained more volatility is expected on Wall Street Michael George CBS news CBS's major Garrett says the big plunges the market's primal scream for Washington to do something the White House is still trying to figure out what kind of package can emerge from Congress to deal with this but those negotiations have dragged on all day Thursday they will carry over into Friday for the house to take action Democrats stepped up their criticism of president trump's handling of the outbreak calling it incompetent democratic presidential front runner Joe Biden government's ability to respond effectively has been undermined by hollowing out our agencies and disparagement I'm sorry South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham the latest lawmaker to quarantine himself because of possible exposure to the virus the NBA NHL Major League Baseball also spending their seasons and CBS's Steve Futterman says March madness is off it was a decision that seem to be inevitable the N. C. A. A. has called off its post season tournament it's the first time that has ever happened since it began in nineteen thirty nine officials were under growing pressure to call it off especially after the NBA and National Hockey League suspended their seasons the March madness games were already set to take place without fans now they will not take place at all Steve Futterman CBS news U. S. military officials say they know who was behind an attack in Iraq that killed two American service members CBS's Cammy McCormick though we have pretty good conference we know who did this joint chiefs chairman general mark Milley said the U. S. has good information on where the rockets were fired from and by whom and the U. S. response you would expect options are on the table and we're looking at everything and Iranian backed militia group is believed responsible calving McCormick CBS news the Pentagon again on Wall Street the Dow gave up more than twenty three hundred points a ten percent decline this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today it's just won't let us be great keeps taking away all the fun good afternoon everyone five oh three I'm Chris India's along with David Rankin the corona virus outbreak essentially grinding North Texas and the nation to a screeching halt all these intergrade signed from sporting events to concerts to classes to other large scale offensive involves large crowds chances are it's not going to happen for a while all professional sports leagues in season have announced that their seasons are suspended in Major League Baseball is announced at the start of it season is delayed by two weeks at minimum many colleges universities are extending spring break for an additional week into moving their classes online upon the resumption and the St Patrick's day parade down Greenville Avenue in Dallas originally scheduled for Saturday is also off Tarrant county public health director Vineet Taneja says everyone here is doing the right thing what we're seeing across the country is that large scale gatherings are where some of our cases are occurring and people are coming home and then they fall sick we have a running list of postponements and cancellations on our website K. R. L. D. dot com Andrew Greenstein newsradio ten eighty KRLD strings in a D. I. S. D. we're gonna have spring break next week the assistant superintendent Sheri Williams says they're telling students that traveled to countries that are hot spots follow CDC guidelines people travel to a level two when they come back they are asked to self isolate for fourteen days especially if they have underlying chronic health conditions for level three when you return you have a mandatory quarantine for fourteen days the I. Esty says they've got a plan in place to deal with any cases that might show up I couldn't close that could include closing several schools a district putting lesson plans on its website just in case kids need to attend classes online Rangers fans are going to have to wait a little bit longer for globe life field to open up they say after Major League Baseball delays the start of the regular season by at least two weeks and outside the ballpark say it's unfortunate but it's the right move I.
Union Official Resigns Over Handling of Placido Domingo Investigation
"There's a new development tonight in the sexual misconduct controversies surrounding the opera legend Placido Domingo CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter with this story a senior member of the main U. S. union that represents opera performers has resigned accusing the union leadership of a cover up of the investigation into Placido Domingo's behavior Samuel Schultz provided a full report on the investigation to the Associated Press and said the union's leadership it planned to keep it secret in an agreement with the mango he said the deal involved the singer paying off five hundred thousand dollar fine an issue with a negotiated public apology union officials did not immediately respond with a comment Pam Coulter CBS
"pam coulter" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"By quicken loans I'm Pam Coulter as the corona virus continues to spread in the U. S. the death toll has reached six over patients in Washington state public health official Jeffrey Duchin respect the number of cases will continue to increase in the coming days and weeks and we're taking this the situation extremely seriously at the White House vice president Mike pence said the international community is quickly stepping up screening efforts within the next twelve hours there will be a hundred percent screening all direct flights at all airports across Italy and across South Korea president trump is appealing to the CEOs of drug companies to help fight the virus CBS's Stephen Portnoy we will confront this challenge together and sitting around the table in the cabinet room executives of the nation's biggest drug companies found to work together to fight coronavirus health secretary Alex Cesar who want to know how we can not get in their way but rather speeded that development process along well the drugmaker's confirmed a vaccine that's proven to be safe and effective is still at least a year off the president seemed hopeful that a therapy containing antibodies could be developed sooner that's a very optimistic meeting Steven Portnoy CBS news the White House there were cheers and sighs of relief on Wall Street as major stock markets soared reversing direction after last week's punishing rout that saw stocks down more than ten percent amid fears of the economic impact of the corona virus the Dow was up nearly thirteen hundred points today market analyst Michael Farr it was a tremendous bounce back rally certainly from a horrible week last week encouraged a little bit by news that the federal reserve may cut rates and come to the market safe once again nasdaq rose three eighty four his campaign give a new life in South Carolina former vice president Joe Biden hit the trail in Houston today he's getting the endorsement of two former opponents in Dallas tonight by Dan will be joined on stage at a rally tonight by people to judge and senator Amy Klobuchar's who suspended her campaign today CBS news political consultant Leonard Stein horns she was hoping that she would catch fire she was hoping that she would go viral she was hoping that she would get a lot more money she just didn't have the capability to that point to be able to swing her campaign into full mode like that does double endorsements are designed to aim more delegates at the moderate Biden as opposed to the more progressive Bernie Sanders bill ray Cobb CBS news Washington once again stocks were up across the board today the Dow rose twelve ninety four nasdaq up three eighty four this is CBS news rocket mortgage by quicken loans who understands that it's not just a mortgage it's your mortgage that's the difference rocket mortgage push button get mortgage this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station can extend seventy newsradio good afternoon Mike Simpson and I'm Karen Adams are top local story a leader for LA's black lives matter says she was threatened with a gun this morning during a protest right on the doorstep and porch of the home of LA county district attorney Jackie Lacey and we have in depth team coverage a BLM leader posted video to social media of the confrontation with the man identified as the husband of the DA David Lacey you're offering right now right it is my chess we have that video on our website KNX ten seventy dot com the DA speaking out about the incident he gave an emotional news conference that was bookended by enthusiastic applause by supporters Lacey said she and her husband David were sleeping when they heard noise outside their home David went downstairs to check it out he came back up later and he said the protesters outside the house then I pulled my gun and I asked him to leave Lacey said she's faced harassment and threats and was frightened by protesters showing up at our home it's unclear whether David Lacey will face any charges I pointed out to laci that her office has prosecuted people for things like this our office has turn this over to another agency obviously because I'm involved and I really don't have any remarks to make because I wasn't down there at the time the DA's office said in a statement the LAPD will investigate with the help of the state attorney general's office and if appropriate and independent prosecutor's office will be asked to review the matter this all comes at a really bad time for laci just before election day as he tries to fend off challenges from former San Francisco DA George Gascon and Rachel Rossi a former LA county public defender Claudio pesky tak hay on next ten seventy newsradio members of black lives matter say they are traumatized after having a gun pointed at them they say they went to laci's house because she has refused to meet with them at her office and other public places the last thing they expected when they knocked on her door was to be staring down the barrel of a gun black lives matter organizer Melina Abdullah and I said are you going to shoot me.
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
Washington, D.C.: AAA report says DC issued $1B in parking, traffic tickets over 3 years
"Well if you've driven in the nation's capital chances are pretty good you've got a ticket for something here CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter city reports nearly three million motorists got traffic tickets and parking citations during fiscal twenty nineteen breaking three records that's for the volume of citations issued the value of ticket revenues and the amount of defaulted tickets in all the district of Columbia issued more than a billion dollars in traffic and parking tickets over a three year period the city has a vision zero initiative which spawned eleven new traffic infractions Pam Coulter CBS
NYC-to-London flight sets transatlantic speed record
"The average flight time from New York to London is spent about six hours and thirteen minutes but a British Airways flight made it in less than five hours for the first time ever it took four hours and fifty six minutes over the weekend that's a new speed record for a subsonic or slower than the speed of sound commercial aircraft Pam Coulter CBS
Protecting afros, twists, braids: Maryland county becomes first to ban hair discrimination
"Well it's in effect in New Jersey now in Maryland a law that protects against hair discrimination Montgomery County Maryland is the first local community to pass a law that bars discrimination based on hairstyle lawmakers unanimously approved the crown act which prohibits employment housing and other discrimination based on certain hairstyle searches braids locks and Afro California New York and New Jersey have passed similar legislation at the state level Pam Coulter CBS
Trump declares victory after impeachment acquittal, Pelosi explains why she tore up manifesto
"Radio at the White House president trump held up a front page newspaper headline from The Washington Post proclaiming his acquittal at his impeachment trial then took pleasure in taking a scorched earth victory lap is the trump exulted as allies and unleash his fury against those who tried to remove him from office president trump unplugged after his acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial we were treated unbelievably unfairly and you have to understand we first went through Russia Russia Russia it was all both in the gathering the White House east room the president railed against the evil corrupt and dirty cops that he said came after him university of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato it's impossible to be shocked anymore by Donald Trump and yet it's hard not to be shocked by that very vindictive angry vicious beach it's one for the ages and not in a good way house speaker Nancy Pelosi one of the subjects of Mr trump's fire said history will record that he was impeached next year we will have a new president of the United States that is an absolute imperative Pam Coulter CBS news we get a Nancy Pelosi she remains defiant about her speech ripping performance right behind president trump as he finished his fate of the union address as you may have seen it happen in full view is everyone in Congress and millions of Americans watched at home speaking to reporters one day after the Senate acquitted president trump on two articles of impeachment and two days after his state of the union address I tore up a manifesto of Mister speaker Pelosi said the president's address was full of falsehoods about prescription drug prices coverage for pre existing conditions and so much more he misrepresented all of that hello see also said quoting here the whole state of the union was beneath the dignity of the White House an insult to the Congress of the United States and the American people Linda Kenyan Washington the viral moment came after Mr trump here to snub the speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi when she extended her hand for a handshake just
"pam coulter" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Pam Coulter president trump's impeachment trial moves into a new phase CBS's Steve Dorsey joins us live with the latest on the White House defense team has just concluded its opening statements attorney Jay Sekulow these articles must be rejected the constitution requires it justice demands it White House counsel Patsy baloney what they're asking you to do is to throw out a successful president on the eve of an election with no basis questioning will begin tomorrow Pam what to do about John Bolton's new book that reportedly describes how Mr trump told him he was blocking aid to Ukraine to get an investigation of the bidens democratic leader Chuck Schumer rejects a proposal that it be reviewed behind closed doors what an absurd proposal is a book there's no need for it to be read in the skiff unless you want to hide something even before president trump unveiled his new Mideast peace plan thousands of Palestinians took to the streets of Gaza city shouting not for sale CBS is Stephen Portnoy has details this trump peace plan significantly shrinks Palestinian territory in the west bank from what it looked like on maps before nineteen sixty seven existing Jewish settlements would be annexed by Israel an underground tunnel would connect Gaza with the rest of the new state of Palestine an additional Israeli land near the border with Egypt would be ceded to the Palestinians for high tech manufacturing farming and housing the president down under this plan the Palestinian economy would triple Americans are being urged not to panic over the spreading corona virus from China there were five cases diagnosed in the U. S. the CDC's Dr Nancy mess and yet we're conducting contact tracing for everyone of those patients because we still think the strategy will allow us to contain the outbreak twenty U. S. airports will screen for the virus that's killed more than a hundred people in China investigators are focusing on one boat is the possible because of the huge fire that swept through a marina and Alabama I'm Jim crystal in Scottsboro Alabama you could spell the charred remains of the dozens of how sports destroyed in a deadly fast moving fire at the marina here at the Jackson County park along the Tennessee River burned avoidance scarred and twisted sheet metal are all that remain yellow police tape surrounds the area or at least eight people were killed stocks are higher across the board on wallstreet at this hour the Dow was up two hundred and fifty points nasdaq up one forty to the S. and P. index I had thirty eight this is CBS news don't miss out on your chance to enter the rocket mortgage Superbowl squares sweepstakes over a million dollars in prize money will be given out during Super Bowl fifty four rocket mortgage swears dot com your new life and this is WCBS newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station cloudy forty degrees here in lower Manhattan should be a little cooler tonight with a partly cloudy sky to load your thirty mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of forty two three oh three at W. C. B. S. accused murderer photos to Los is still alive police now say W. CBS reporter Steve burns is joining us live from Yukon health yeah Michael are we just heard from Farmington police saw outside photos two losses home short distance away from this hospital where they said he was found alive in his garage suffering from carbon monoxide poisoning CPR was performed and he was brought here to the emergency room at UConn health hospital that wellness check was done on him about eleven fifty four AM that be about six minutes before he was supposed to have shown up that court down in Stamford for what would have been a a bail hearing obviously he had had some run ins in terms of hit the six million dollar bond he had posted to.
"pam coulter" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"Pam Coulter in their final day of opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial house managers will move from article one abuse of power to article to obstruction of Congress CBS is Stephen Portnoy day three of the house's argument began were day two left off with Colorado congressman Jason crow speaking of the harm done to Ukraine by the months long delay of military aid to this day they are still waiting on eighteen million dollars a day that has a reach them on Twitter the president complains his team will begin telling its side of the story and that death valley of Saturday's TV program schedule in a signal the first day of Mr trump's argument won't last long Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told senators to prepare for several hours tomorrow beginning at ten AM eastern Stephen Portnoy CBS news Washington president trump is the first sitting president to appear in person at the annual March for life from the first day in office I've taken as stark action to support America's families are to protect the unborn the Chicago woman is the second U. S. patient diagnosed with the sars like virus from China public health commissioner doctor Allison are what he says the woman felt on well a few days after returning from China medically doing well currently in stable condition and remains hospitalized primarily for infection control at least twenty six people have died from the virus and there are more than eight hundred confirmed infections CBS's rainy Inocencio says all public events in China are being canceled in various cities across the country including here in Beijing they are cancelling Chinese New Year events of cultural affairs festivals that happened at parks where people celebrate on mass five U. S. airports are screening travelers coming from China the number of US troops being treated for traumatic brain injury following Iran's missile strikes in Iraq is increasing CBS is David Martin the number of troops who are suffering from concussion symptoms such as headaches dizziness nausea sensitivity to light that number now stands at thirty four half of those injured have returned to duty at least two people were killed in a huge early morning explosion that destroyed a Houston warehouse mom went off or something or some sort of an explosion or something tell someone Hey get my house up to a bomb or something like that on Wall Street at this hour the Dow is down two hundred and fifty three points nasdaq off ninety eight this is CBS news did you know you can listen to.
"pam coulter" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Quicken loans I'm Pam Coulter there appears to be a small **** in the wall of evangelical Christian support for president trump an editorial in a magazine founded by the late Billy Graham says he should be removed from office CBS is Stephen Portnoy reports of Christianity Today editorial calls the president a man of grossly immoral character and urges readers to quote consider what an unbelieving world will say if you continue to brush off Mr trump's immoral words and behavior in response Mr trump claims no president has ever done what he has free evangelicals he tweets he guesses the magazine is looking for a politician of the socialist slash communist bent to guard their religion Boeing's program to carry astronauts for NASA next year suffered a small set back when its storyline capsule went off course after launching on its first test flight it was unable to get into position to get to the international space station NASA administrator Jim Breitenstein today a lot of things went right and this is in fact why we test Boeing says the capsule is a safe and stable orbit two people were killed including the gunmen and two wounded in a workplace shooting in Winston Salem North Carolina CBS is Jim chrysalis says it happened at a city public works building workers arrived at the facility to scores of police and the sound of gunfire some turned around and drove quickly away while others crouched in their vehicles one man city climbed into a ditch until the shooting was over city officials say they've stabilize the situation police say the gunman was a city employee there was something of a fender Bender between two carnival cruise ships and cause a mile Mexico they got too close for comfort with the noisy side swiping CBS's news travel expert Peter Greenberg with people the to know is that ports like Cozumel are heavily congested at times like this with many cruise ships and maneuvering a ship of this size of becomes a delicate ballet there was no major damage one person was injured a new study finds millions of Americans are driving wall height reporter Sabrina Cupid twelve million adults admit that they've driven while under the influence of pot in the past year according to a new government study that's up nearly fifty percent over four years men are more likely than women to drive while using marijuana according to the survey and the people who are most likely to use pot when driving those aged twenty one to twenty five the U. S. economy continued its moderate growth in the third quarter of this year with the GDP up two point one percent the economy now in its eleventh year of expansion on Wall Street the Dow's up one thirty two nasdaq is ahead forty two 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 number one news station radio nine fifty WGN good afternoon thanks for joining us on a finally Friday December the twentieth twenty nineteen I'm Jason Scott for W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty Jackie page has.
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"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.
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"Pam Coulter the trump administration wants to make sure that immigrants can make it on their own in the U. S. and plans to strip green card eligibility from those who receive certain government benefits and become a public charge CBS is even Portnoy reports the rule is an attempt to enforce the age old law that says immigrants here legally must not become a public charge to get a green card immigrants must prove they can be self sufficient and not reliant on public assistance a poor person can be prepared to be self sufficient Ken Cuccinelli the acting head of the agency that issues green cards shrugs off the concerns of advocates who worry the role will discourage immigrant parents from seeking benefits their U. S. citizen children may be due Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House a lot of people including his accusers want to know how financier Jeffrey Epstein was able to kill himself while being held in a federal jail in New York he was awaiting trial after accusations of sexual abuse with many against minors Attorney General William Barr will speaking for the Grand Lodge fraternal order of police said he was appalled to learn of the circumstances at the jail we are now learning of serious irregularities at this facility they were deeply concerning and demand a thorough investigation according to The New York Times cell checks were supposed to take place every thirty minutes but that did not occur the night Eckstine died an investigation is underway into the Sunday morning fire at an eerie Pennsylvania child care center five children ages eight months to seven years were killed she won over to lost all four of her children in the fire three of which were also the children of a volunteer firefighter who was on another call over ten center children were close to the child care owner who is hospitalized for.
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"Pam Coulter delay 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 that he's been marking updrafts with a sharpie they'll push again for the border wall relatives of an elderly couple allegedly killed by me legal immigrant will be seated in the first lady's box. We're told the president will also hail a 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 went 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 have an antenna days for governor. Ralph Northam shows no sign of throwing in the towel in the furor over a racist photo and his med school yearbook. If he did resign Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax would move up. He now claims an old sexual assault allegation is a political hit job CBS kief. 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 says, it's absolutely untrue. That the governor's team was the one circulating the allegations about Fairfax and 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 want to know what's happening today, and what we can do to make things better. Nathan Sutherland the. Arizona's nurse charged with sexually assaulting a severely. Disabled woman pleaded not guilty to rape charges today. Defense attorney David Gregory. This.
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"Pam Coulter. The number of people killed in California's deadliest fire ever is now fifty six the remains of eight more people were found in the ashes of northern California's campfire, which is now thirty five percent contained Butte county sheriff Corey Honi. We currently have one hundred thirty people on our unaccounted for list KCBS is Holly in paradise California. It's not like an archaeological dig where you're sifting through the ass. You gotta be logical the fodder trying to figure out where someone may have been search team leader, Andrew Radomir, we look in places bathrooms bathtubs bedrooms beds. Driveways cars things where we would likely find people who are trying to shelter in place or fleet. Ways he calls for an assigned forensic anthropologists? At the discovery of something that turned out to be an animal something to the untrained eye looks like random debris, Holly Kwan for CBS news, paradise California three people died in southern California's Woolsey fire, which is fifty two percent contained completely bogus. That's what attorney Michael avenue says about the domestic violence charges against him. I wanna thank the hardworking men and women of the LAPD for their professionalism and their work today. They had no option in light of the allegations. He was arrested in Los Angeles. But said he expects to be totally vindicated eight hundred migrants who were part of the Central American caravan of arrived near the US border in Tijuana, Mexico, CBS, John Blackstone, Jesse Ramirez twenty-five from Honduras says she hopes to seek asylum..
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"Pam Coulter. Strong winds and Tinder dry conditions are fueling devastating wildfires in California in southern California close to four hundred structures have burned this bell canyon. Residents says the tragedy is bringing them together. We've come together as a community and made a lot of good friends, and we're all gonna can be band together to help each other. And those families who've lost their homes are too many at least thirty one people have been killed hundreds more are missing CBS's. Kris Martinez, northern California's campfire is the deadliest in the state's history have a difficulty that they're having is in identifying some of the victims of this fire. They have found people in northern California victims in cars victims and homes where they were so badly burned. There's frankly not allowed to go on there's not much left. So they're having tease bone or bone fragment to try to identify who these people are that. Fire has grown to one hundred and seventy seven square miles in his twenty-five percent contained around one hundred fifty thousand California residents are under evacuation orders. President Trump has tweeted they should stop the vote counting and Florida's Senate in gubernatorial races. But a judge says he sees no evidence of wrongdoing and the Broward County vote-counting and people should ramp down the rhetoric CBS's Manuel Bojorquez with details. Estates law enforcement agency has said so far there is no evidence of voter fraud. Now, the Senate race could end up in a second recount a hand recount or workers would review questionable ballots one by one to try to determine voter intent and that could lead to multiple court challenges candidate for the US Senate in Mississippi is under fire for a remark about a public hanging. CBS's Anne-Marie green reports Senator Cindy Hyde. Smith says that she was praising someone when she said if he invited me to a public hanging. I'd be in the front row Mississippi has a history of racially motivated lynchings of black people. Her opponent in the November twenty seven th runoff is former congressman Mike Espy who is black his campaign called her remarks. Reprehensible it is a tough start to the week on Wall Street. Stocks are swooning with the Dow down four hundred forty four points CBS's Jason Brooks with more global concerns range from China's economy slowing down. There's the trade war with the US drags on too reports that the UK government is struggling to finalize its perch from the European Union. Apple shares are tanking for the second straight session after a key iphone supplier, cut its earnings guidance at that's resulting in a broader tech selloff affecting Amazon Google net flicks and Facebook, NASDAQ is off one hundred seventy one points, the broader.
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"Pam Coulter. It is paradise lost in northern California. The town of thirty thousand has been nearly destroyed by the fire officials say is now the most destructive in state history. Whole town gone. No jobs. No homes me and my husband lost her job. And my sister me and my husband, my father all work at the same place. Taking care of residents there without the residents out safely at least six people have been killed and more than six thousand homes and two hundred and fifty businesses have burned. Wildfires have also destroyed more than one hundred fifty homes in southern California Ventura County fire captain Steve Kauffman, we estimate that there's. Thirteen hundred and eighty five people and shelter an estimate that fifty two thousand people have been evacuated from the fire fire strengthening Thousand Oaks add insult to injury after the shooting at a bar that left twelve people dead. Authorities believed the gunman David long then killed himself. CBS's Carter Evan. The investigation is expected to last the next few days right now, they're working on a three D recreation of the crime scene, Facebook and Instagram have taken bound longs accounts. And they're now working with police. The ACLU is one of the organization suing over President Trump's order banning migrants from entering the country illegally from requesting asylum CBS's, Alison keys report, President Trump's order denies migrants who enter the US illegally the right to be eligible for asylum despite laws that say anyone is no matter how a person comes into the US the ACLU tweets that neither the president nor his cabinet can override. Ride, the clear commands of our law. But that's exactly what they're trying to do. We'll see him in court. President Trump immigration a campaign issue. Calling an oncoming caravan of Central American migrants, an invasion, Alison keys, CBS news, Washington. Twenty one year old Jack Dillon young was sentenced to fifty five years in prison in connection with the church bus crash that killed thirteen people in south, Texas. He could have received up to two hundred seventy years for last year's collision. Peggy Grantham lost her mother in the crash realized that he may not have to serve this..
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"Pam Coulter. President Trump is willing to give Saudi Arabia more time to investigate the disappearance and presumed killing of a US resident and dissident journalist who was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul CBS's. Steven Portnoy, president denies he's giving cover to the Saudis giving cover at all with that being said Saudi Arabia has been a very important ally. Mr. Trump said he's asked the Turks to turn over any audio or video evidence of Jamal cash hoagies murder if it exists. He says kashogi lived just outside DC. But the president was coy when I asked if he'd send the FBI to investigate his disappearance while he wasn't a citizen of this country for one thing and we're going to determine that. And you don't know whether or not we have Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House at least nineteen people were killed and more than fifty wounded. In a shooting rampage at a vocational school in Crimea, the Skype reporter Alec Luhn gunman for some amount of time was going through the school methodically shooting people killing people killing the wounded people who are on the floor officials say the eighteen year old gunman killed himself. The bodies of two people were found after days of heavy rain in central Texas caused rivers to escape their banks. Emergency official Ron Anderson says the rain will continue at least to the weekend. We could see another rise of the Leno river whether or not it will be of historic value or not we do not know yet. A retired marine is received the nation's highest military honor for his bravery in Vietnam. Half a century ago, we cries of rob from marine past and present gathered in the East Room. Retired sergeant Major John Kelly was honored for his aerobic actions. During the Ted offensive in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight President Trump. Mhm said while serving as a gunnery sergeant Canley fallen off many enemy attacks early in the battle John's commanding officer was seriously wounded command then fell to John who quickly organized his men and led them through the fight. The president said on many occasions Canley rushed across fire swept terrain to rescue wounded U S marines, Bill Rakoff, CBS news, Washington. First lady, Melania, Trump visited the Philadelphia hospital to learn about babies born addicted to opioids she made light of the fact that earlier her plane had to return to joint base Andrews because of mechanical problems that led to smoke in the cabin and sorry for a little delay. Mrs Trump took a different plane to Philadelphia. The Dow was down ninety one points today. This is CBS news. Dell's small business technology advisors. No, there's nothing small about your business. They provide one on one partnership and reliable Dell PC's with Intel core processors to get business done. Call eight seven seven by Dell..
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"Pam Coulter. There indications that the FBI may not even need a whole week to complete its probe of sexual misconduct allegations against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh, Dianne Feinstein ranking democrat on the judiciary committee thinks a Friday confirmation vote is still too soon Tuesday. We have to put all the facts together majority leader, Mitch McConnell, one thing for sure. The Senate will vote on judge Cabnol- here on this floor this week. It's a high pressure investigation for the FBI CBS Jeff peg as it's essentially a background. Check of former top FBI official who's been in contact with those involved in the inquiry at the bureau described a war room atmosphere around this case agents are talking to the people at the core of the allegations them working their way out to try to corroborate the information. President Trump campaigned on being a self made success with only a little financial help from his father. But CBS is Bill Rakoff says he may have gotten a lot more money than he'd lead on. The New York Times report says that Mr. Trump was receiving the equivalent of a million dollars a year from his father by the time. He graduated college much of the money. The times report says came to the president because he helped his parents dodged taxes. The report says he and his siblings set up a sham corporation the disguise millions of dollars in gifts from their parents, Trump lawyer called the story inaccurate. In what may be a positive sign for a denuclearization deal? Secretary of state might palm pay will visit North Korea Sunday and meet with Kim Jong UN spokeswoman Heather Nauert, obviously these conversations are going in the right direction. And we feel confident enough to hop on a plane to head there to continue the conversations it will be palm Pao's fourth trip to North Korea. The white Chicago police officer charged with murdering a black teenager testified in his own defense today officer Jason Van Dyke said LA Kwan McDonald had threatened him with a knife. What happened.
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"Pam Coulter. Senate Judiciary chairman Chuck Grassley says there's no reason to delay a Monday hearing, even though the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett Kavanag sexually assaulting her decades ago is unlikely to show up attorneys for Dr Christine blazey Ford say she wants an FBI investigation. I Lisa Bank spoke to CNN. We intend to talk to Senator Grassley Senator Feinstein anybody else on the committee. So that we can work out a process by which she can share her information, and we can move this forward in a fair way into statement tonight Grassley said nothing the FBI does would have any bearing on what? Dr Ford tells the committee, Ron Costco is a CBS news contributor and former FBI deputy director were to get that sort of tasking the White House on what they found. There's no telling how quick. They might make arrangements to conduct a thorough interview. What sort of additional lied? She might provide. If it was just her that I would think could be accomplished relatively quickly. But then it's the by product of that interview to potentially expand things out take good bit longer Republican Senator. Bob corker tweeted if we don't hear from both sides on Monday. Let's vote sixteen rivers or at major flood stage in North Carolina. Thanks to Florence Jim crystalline, Fayetteville, North Carolina. I'm looking at the rain swollen Cape. Fear river that will soon crest at a new high thirty feet above the flood stage of thirty five feet. TJ? Smith worries about his neighborhood that flooded after hurricane Matthew just two years ago. Last time..
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"Pam Coulter. Battle lines are being drawn over the sexual misconduct allegation. Lodged against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh, New York democratic Senator Kirsten gillibrand her account is credible. And I believe her and what the Republicans are doing to her today is exactly why so many survivors do not come forward. Cavenaugh unequivocally denies assaulting Dr Christine Blasi for thirty six years ago when they were in high school he plans to testify at a Senate Judiciary hearing Monday, the president says he wants the allegations fully aired next week. Hopefully, the woman will come forward state her case, he will state his case. Mr. Trump called Brett cavenaugh and incredible individual with an impeccable history feel so badly for this is not a man that deserves Democrats say the FBI should investigate Christine Blasi Ford's claims and interview potential witnesses President Trump says he won't order that Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House. Thirty five deaths are blamed on hurricane Florence and the Carolinas in Virginia and North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper warns residents. There is still a flooding threat. I know it was hard to leave home the please for your safety and the effectiveness of our emergency operations. Do not try to return home yet, Colin Daniel Richards is charged with murder in the stabbing death of top amateur golfer and Iowa State students Celia barking Arosa Nayna aims. Police spokesman Jeff huff says the homeless man is known to authorities charged Richards with murder in the first degree a class a felony. We have had encounters with him in the past. The Trump administration is easing restrictions on natural gas drilling companies but 2016 rule and acted by the Obama administration forced gas drilling firms to capture methane, which is seen as a major contributor to climate change. It's a component of natural gas. It is often wasted through leaks or intentional release during drilling. The new rule doesn't carry the same methane capturing mandates in terms of practical change, there really isn't any as the Obama rule has been tied up in courts since it was announced Bill Rakoff. CBS news, Washington. So what's between burden Ernie? You like me bird?.