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"More news justices heard arguments over a Louisiana law aimed at limiting abortions on the plaza outside Chuck Schumer said he had his eye on the president's to Supreme Court appointments you all forward in a rare release Chief Justice John Roberts said threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate they are dangerous a day and a half is now past and reality is sinking in for people who live in communities decimated by tornadoes in and around Nashville kind of in survival mode of trying to get everything cleaned up and figure out how to rebuild from here really at least twenty four people were killed three are still missing one twister was on the ground for more than fifty miles former United Nations secretary general Javier Perez de Cuellar has died at the age of one hundred CBS news foreign affairs analyst Pam Falk Pariser choir was known as the ultimate negotiator for the release of American hostages in Lebanon for the cease fire of the Iran Iraq war do you want peace plan in Cambodia and most notably the withdrawal of then Soviet troops from Afghanistan S. and P. is down eighty nine points Dow off seven eighty right now this is CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa end of the W. T. O. P. app won't draft.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"President trump and secretary state Mike Pompeii always said that a rainy in general because Tom Saloum ani had to be taken out because he posed an immediate threat apparently not all military commanders were in favor of the air strike that according to CBS news was David Martin emphasizes it was just some commanders say presidents principal military adviser and chairman of the joint chiefs general mark Millie the Pentagon press corps talked to him on Friday and he gave every indication that he was a hundred percent for the strike are you and secretary general Antonio good good is is calling for de escalation between world leaders he's warning that the geopolitical tensions have reached a high for this century at the U. N. C. B. S. analyst Pam Falk has more on the secretary general's dress a supporter of the Iran nuclear deal that is now in jeopardy Guterres said that the global community is living in dangerous times and even nuclear non proliferation can no longer be taken for granted tears made a point about climate change but turned again to his message that he called simple and clear he said stop escalation Pamela Falk CBS news United nation this afternoon defense secretary mark asper said there has been no decision on withdrawing troops from Iraq amid heightened tensions with Iran as per spoke to reporters after a letter from an army general seem to suggest a withdrawal role had been ordered in response to a vote by the Iraqi parliament over the weekend as per the repeated that there has been no decision what so ever to leave Iraq congressman Joe Kennedy the third is calling for an immediate vote on the house floor to repeal both the two thousand one and two thousand two authorizations for use of military force as tensions escalated the Middle East we need answers.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And other supporters chanting America is the great Satan as they marched in a funeral procession in Baghdad for Iran's top general killed in a U. S. air strike CBS news update tens of thousands joined the funeral procession in Baghdad to mourn Qassem Soleimani the Iranian military commander killed in US airstrike CBS's Iain Lee reports on what else the crowd was doing people chanting down with United States said down with Israel as well and and that anger is just festering in bags at right now president trump defended his decision to launch the air strike while speaking to a crowd of evangelicals in Florida last night we took action last night to stop a war we did not take action just start a war CBS is Pam Falk on Iran's bid for a U. N. condemnation the U. N. is likely to debate the issue with no official condemnation expected in a debate this Thursday with the possibility of Iran's foreign minister Javad Siri participating that is if the U. S. grants some of these CBS news update and wanted to live there today protests held in and around Boston related to the U. S. strike WBZ sherry small attended one wall bowl the group Walpole peace and justice rallied on the wall full common holding signs protesting the killing of Iran stop general is just one of several protests by various groups going on in and around Boston Sally rose condemns the attack both bush and Obama had the chance to take him out too and.
Thousands mourn top Iranian military commander killed in U.S. airstrike
"Tens of thousands joined a funeral procession in Baghdad to mourn Qassem Soleimani the Iranian military commander killed in US airstrike CBS's Iain Lee reports on what else the crowd was doing people chanting down with United States sat down with Israel as well and and that anger is just festering in Baghdad right now president trump defended his decision to launch the air strike while speaking to a crowd of evangelicals in Florida last night we took action last night to stop a war we did not take action just start a war CBS is Pam Falk on Iran's bid for a U. N. condemnation the U. N. is likely to debate the issue with no official condemnation expected in a debate this Thursday with the possibility of Iran's foreign minister Javad Siri participating that is if the U. S. grants some
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"America is the great Satan as they marched in a funeral procession in Baghdad today for runs top general who was killed in that US air strike CBS news update tens of thousands joined a funeral procession in Baghdad to mourn Qassem Soleimani the Iranian military commander killed in US airstrike CBS's Iain Lee reports on what else the crowd was doing people chanting down with United States sat down with Israel as well and and that anger is just festering in Baghdad right now president trump defended his decision to launch the air strike while speaking to a crowd of evangelicals in Florida last night we took action last night to stop a war we did not take action to start a war CBS is Pam Falk on Iran's bid for you and condemnation the U. N. is likely to debate the issue with no official condemnation expected in a debate this Thursday with the possibility of Iran's foreign minister Javad Siri participating that is if the U. S. grants some of these CBS news update on when the July protest being held in and around Boston today a number of groups calling for peace denouncing the trump administration's latest move in the Middle East WBZ Shari small wasn't one protest in Walpole the killing of Iran's top general sparking a series of protests including one in Walpole by the group all full peace and justice Philip Zack around ski organize the protest on the common this is so reckless and it is catastrophic because of.
"pam falk" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Dot com slash joy CBS news update tens of thousands joined a funeral procession in Baghdad to mourn Qassem Soleimani the Iranian military commander killed in US airstrike CBS's Iain Lee reports on what else the crowd was doing people chanting down with United States sat down with Israel as well and and that anger is just festering in Baghdad right now president trump defended his decision to launch the air strike while speaking to a crowd of evangelicals in Florida last night we took action last night to stop a war we did not take action just start a war CBS is Pam Falk on Iran's bid for a U. N. condemnation the U. N. is likely to debate the issue with no official condemnation expected in a debate this Thursday with the possibility of Iran's foreign minister Javad Siri participating that is if the U. S. grants from a visa CBS news update and wanted to let now from the studios of music by local San Diego's talk and breaking this is a M. seven sixty ramping up security that's when the stories from online twenty seven sixty eight California's ramping up security in the wake of the US is killing of Iran's top general police are reminding people to say something if they see something no credible threats have yet been made and officials believe any acts would likely happen overseas but cyber attacks are also possible and more likely to impact the state ten people are now dead in San Diego county as a result of the flu two men in their seventies or the latest victims and according to county health officials confirm flu cases have now spite to nearly fourteen hundred the annual five days and eager international Auto Show continues today at the San Diego convention center and runs through the fifth at.
"pam falk" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Inocencio thanks for your time rainy and happy new year thank you and you too if there's one journalist who knows what's going on in the bowels of the year when it's our Pam Falk she joins us from her you and hide out in New York hi Pam hi Steve good to be here let's start with those personnel changes you and ambassador nominee heather knower never even made it to the Senate her replacement Kelly craft got a swift confirmation how does he stack up against who she replaced Nikki Haley well the US did shift its top diplomat in twenty nineteen in the headline grabbing Nikki Haley shifted to the new ambassador Kelly craft was the former ambassador of the U. S. to Canada now despite being a bit hamstrung because she didn't have U. S. cabinet status with the trump administration she has made her way with diplomats and two alliances by traveling with diplomats one trip was to war torn south Sudan and participating in you and social events like jogging and being there it more meetings than her predecessor let's talk about the role the U. N. has played this year especially in the impeachment inquiry yes in twenty nineteen made the United Nations the location of the year in terms of breaking news as the place where president trump was set to meet with world leaders including the Ukraine president when the news of a whistle blower emerged as president trump was in New York for speech for the U. N. General Assembly the White House released information about the now infamous July call leaving Ukraine officials scrambling here at the U. N. to answer questions on the morning of their name what was then their new president's address to world leaders and the trump Zelinsky press encountered them took place we had I think glued to a phone call to us normal we spoke about many things mandate so so I think when you are at is that.
"pam falk" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Gruber law officers one call that's all sports desk here's Matt Polly actors are favored by twelve and a half points against the Detroit Lions coming up on Sunday but don't tell head coach of Matt Loeffler that he made it very clear earlier today that this is a very important game that they're taking very seriously this is a playoff game for us there's no doubt about it and that's what we were approaching because if you're able to take care of business someone this one then you get a week off so our guys got to understand that alliance might be three and eleven but la fleur says that they are better than the record would indicate where I watch the Detroit Lions I see a team that is competing as hard as anybody and their physical football team and they do a really good job of creating turnover opportunities for themselves when I washer defense they're always punching at the ball they shoot they got a couple out on us we played in last time I was a one point game that went down to the right to the end and so we're in our work cut out for us our guys got to get their mind right and ready to go play another physical football game against on north rival Packers lions coming up on Sunday a noon kickoff we will have it for you right here Bucks looking to bounce back after the tough Christmas day loss they felt seventy Sixers yesterday one twenty one a one oh nine they're back at tomorrow in Atlanta against the hawks college football tonight in Detroit at Ford field it's the quick lane bowl as Pittsburgh will be in action against eastern Michigan that game is set to kickoff at seven o'clock all right ma'am thanks so much yes indeed you start talking football you start talking college football we are in now the heart to re entering the heart of the college football bowl season of course the badgers on the Oregon ducks new year's day Rose Bowl we will check the ride home it's been smooth so far we'll see if that's still the case Debbie is on deck and then after that what happened to that Christmas present that Kim Jong moon was promising didn't happen we'll dive into that with Pam Falk CBS news foreign affairs analyst after this ability T. M. J. Debbie lasik god knows traffic.
"pam falk" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Miller extravaganza producing the big program and that yes here we made it and I I'm willing to back and I said this to both of you guys I think I'm willing to bet that if you were to serve a one hundred people right now but they're in a mall the outside somewhere I would say half fifty percent of people could not tell you the day of the week within three seconds I ate because when we're writing those teases and I'd I'd left Thursday and without double checking and then as you read it like a hole I hope it's Thursday yeah we did that this morning as well so don't feel that if you just walk up to somebody right now wherever you are and say three seconds what the the week of it three two one I don't think that might need to use some feels like a Monday kind of have no concept of what day it is coming up on the big program here today hope everybody had a very blessed Christmas you got what you wanted and if not you've already traded in or return it for something that you really did want three twenty four the rock Leri McCarron will tell us about his Christmas get us ready for a Titanic match up in week seventeen against the lions we'll talk box with Dustin god see at three fifty one for twenty one what happened to Kim jong-un's Christmas present for us never happened CBS news analysts north Korean analyst Pam Falk will dive into that we'll talk about the returning of gifts throughout the afternoon we'll take some calls after four thirty as well are you out there did you return things what's the etiquette for returning there's all kinds of things we can dive into that poly keeps this updated on the sports headlines of the day he's next on WTMJ one thousand that's how many breaths we take each day think about taking a twenty thousand step walk with the pebble your walk certainly would be compromised it wouldn't take long for you to stop to get people out well when you can't breathe through your nose each of your twenty thousand breasts are compromised every single day so why not start today and do something and then a simple in office procedures like balloon sign of plasti can have you breathing better three your nose in only twenty minutes I'm doctor Marvin candle after having this procedure and.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Half full and everything that of the people some people look at as negative I can see the positive side and that's what comes out in the monthly debts would come down in the smile yes Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio word is garden sideline the US ambassador to the E. you will testify to Congress next week that from his lawyer Sonya was blocked by the state department from appearing at a closed door deposition earlier this week he is believed to be a key witness to president trump's reported campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate the bidens to man who'd been working closely with Rudy Giuliani now facing federal conspiracy charges I don't know those settlements though the president was photographed at Mar a Lago with left harnessing Igor from maybe there were clients of Rudy that there's really I just don't know a four count indictment alleges the two men scheme to illegally donate funds to a pro trump super pac the pair is also accused of donating to a congressman to enlist his help in pushing for the ouster of the U. S. ambassador to Ukraine that now former congressman Pete sessions says he urged the removal of Marie of on average because he heard from colleagues in Congress but she was quote disparaging president trump Stephen Portnoy's CBS news the White House and the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize Ethiopian prime minister it goes to the Ethiopian prime minister for his efforts to achieve peace with neighboring Eritrea he signed a joint declaration of peace and friendship we have more now from correspondent Pam Falk the U. N. secretary general saying the winds of hope are blowing every stronger across Africa and that prime minister IBM it is one of the main reasons why climate activists gratitude Berg German chancellor Angela Merkel and activists in Hong Kong also rumored as possible winners but again the Nobel Peace Prize goes to Ethiopian prime minister abi up bad he receives it in Oslo in December nine thirty eight now and a Wall Street up today from Bloomberg to enter day sponsored by always health partners a health plan that put you first good morning Andrew one of them so far plenty of string for wall street's main indexes were up about a percent and a third right now Dow gaining three hundred thirteen points nasdaq up a hundred eight as to be five hundred thirty five as hope springs as US and Chinese delegations meet in Washington the president is going to be with the vice premier of China today as the two countries continue to talk trade and some hope and end terrace in a sign of possible progress in talks to end the now we're up monthly month roughly monthlong auto workers' strike against GM it S. said its latest offer in a letter to the United auto workers which.
"pam falk" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Rant all under one roof and all you need to do is go to renters warehouse dot com on the C. B. S. news weekend roundup here's correspondent Steve Dorsey a dangerous heat wave is aching parts of the country this weekend correspondent Laura but estate has more it's all hands on deck in Chicago as the city prepares to take care of its youngest and eldest residents the most vulnerable to heat stroke we have a coordinated collaborative and comprehensive response Chicago temperatures have been hovering in the upper nineties all week and could climb near triple digits Saturday best thing to do during a heat wave is stay out of the sun one possible stay hydrated stay in cool areas he's talking about the majority of the U. S. population of more than two hundred million people are under heat alerts from the central US to the northeast the New York City triathlon scheduled for this Sunday was canceled for the first time in its history event organizer said it was due to the forecasted oppressive heat and humidity some athletes say they're relieved part of me was hoping that would enhance on but I wasn't sure they would actually do it it's not just people who are seeking relief animals from cows in Wisconsin to this panting red panda in Virginia are hoping this heat wave breaks and soon Laura protest at CBS news and there's a new warning from international humanitarian groups about heat waves like this weekend's let's talk with our Pam Falk at the United Nations Pam the head of the international federation of red cross and red crescent societies said Tuesday at the U. when to brace for more killer heat wave what they're saying is he waves are increasing and the data is showing that cities across the US and around the world we'll have more days of extreme heat in the years to come and that's what that's what's really warring people so what measures does this report call for them what they say is that there are many things you can do as a city.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From the E. you are gathering in Brussels to discuss the future of the Iran nuclear deal Iran has now broken the initial agreement as they are in reaching uranium over the levels that were agreed upon at the same time Iran's president is saying that they're open to dialogue with the U. S. but with several stipulations WBZ's Jim McKay spoke to CBS is Pam Falk at the United Nations in New York about where the current state of the dialogue is when it comes to dealing with Iran's really interesting Jeremy right on the money the European nations tried to throw their diplomatic way behind is rapidly unravelling deal this is a meeting in Brussels trying to rescue the pack from collapse now these are the twenty eight European Union foreign ministers trying to get the deal saved you and secretary general here do you when if you made a point of keeping it going but the more sanctions that the US has imposed especially in the oil sector has rapidly gotten the Iranians to be somewhat desperate the US blames them for a series of attacks in the Gulf of Oman on commercial oil tankers of course they admit that they shot down the US drone and right now as of late last night the Iranian foreign minister arrived here in New York and is coming to the U. N. but on a very limited travel ability in other words what the US gave them instead of the usual diplomatic you can go twenty five miles some diplomats can go wherever they want but a nap is sherry countries they can go twenty five they gave him six blocks so we can basically go from the Iranian mission to the UN and so he will be meeting at the U. N. speaking at the one this week probably Wednesday in the meeting was simulant officials in and that's coming as you say is to run as soon if you lift the sanctions arounds presence well that's a little bit you know putting the record cart before the horse so far the US is concerned in in just to speak further on those comments saying that if they lift sanctions and rejoin the nuclear agreement which I think it's a you know a safe bet that the trump administration is not going to be doing that does the US have any sort of game plan to move forward with dialogue or they just going to kind of sit back and watch this thing president trump said we will happy to talk as long as they stop the day of their nuclear activities so part of the issue is what the trump administration president trump during the campaign you can perform this president said this way and this is a good deal which most of the countries involved Britain France Germany the European your Russia are they all know that it wasn't a comprehensive deal it didn't deal with a lot of other things that it needs to be said that the world community needs to deal with Iran on by it was the best deal they could get in and stop the nuclear program from going forward so what president trump's it is they want a better deal and he believes the sanctions are going to push your land to come to the table but it it's a rant and it's very it looks at this moment in time very unlikely that Iran will come back on the US terms so it's a bit of a stalemate again that CBS is Pam Falk from the U. N. in New York it's seven oh eight and time now for Bloomberg business news those who have a lot of money wrapped up in burritos are doing great shares of chipotle are at a new high the company has come a long way since food borne illnesses shook up to boat like customers and investors beginning in late twenty fifteen and twenty sixteen a new CEO from Taco Bell started to turn things around the rest of all streets also breaking records the Dow up twenty seven points nasdaq up fourteen the SNP up.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Fifteen family of teen killed in the Columbia gas explosions and fires the settlement has been reached with the company Boston police say a homeless man fell from the rafters under the Longfellow bridge today is being treated for serious injuries the attorney for a former MBTA safety officer says OSHA thirty agency with an official whistle blower complaint Lawrence man convicted of beheading is classmate will be sentenced later today for the one chief of human rights is speaking out today about conditions in migrant detention centers at the border earlier today I spoke with CBS for an analyst Pam Falk about this she's at the U. N. former Chilean president Michelle Bachelot said that on Monday did she was just absolutely appalled by the conditions migrants and refugees face in the U. S. detention centers now that of course intensifies a challenge to the trump administration's immigration policies and this is the U. N. High Commissioner for human rights she said children were stopped by border agents they never should be held in detention centers in the squalid conditions are separated from their families and the detention should not be a norm for adults either so here is the you and your men right she she also has a lot of credibility because of her work she ran you when women for many years but she was the president of Chile right after the dictatorship and she herself a pediatrician by the way had been tortured during the dictatorship in Chile so she's someone who really cares about human rights cares about all of the issues and there's just a lot of backlash coming from all directions for this migrant cracked down for the conditions in many of the detention centers is there any indication that officials here in the United States are going to take any action based on that yes president trump originally this is about a month ago said that there would be deportations of of the non of undocumented workers in the United States to Mexico or their country of origin now what he's saying is there's going to be speeded up my grand David deportations from the migrants center is now the biggest problem with that is that if there's someone illegal in the United States the the US has a right to deport them and then have them leave the country of course politically there a lot of questions about that but in terms of the detainees they may be refugees and the U. S. observes refugee law and refugee policy and all the convention center on it that says if you have a well founded fear of persecution which is the definition of a refugee that they can't be returned unless you determine that they're not in in danger of being killed it when they return to CBS is Pam Falk reporting from the United Nations meantime New Hampshire jails in hot water now for handing off a migrant to ice actress criminal charges were dropped Rafael Penn was arrested on charges of drug dealing but back on Friday Hillsborough County prosecutors dropped those charges now the ACLU has filed a petition on Penn's behalf saying the valley street jail officials had no right to hold him based on ice detainer the ACLU legal director told a Superior Court judge that immigration detainer I just request not arrest warrants not the detainer filed with the valley street jail was not issued by a judge judge notes that the pen is spent in the country illegally for the past four years well twelve eighteen and in Hong Kong protest leaders there say they will continue to demonstrate against the chief executive Carrie lam even after a contentious extradition bill was declared to be dead at issue is that land has yet to make that position official to hear from CBS's Rupert Winfield Hays introduction of its pale she said in the way that they try to amend it has been a complete.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A movement to cut him battled president Medeiros international cashflow CBS's. Pam Falk has more on that. President did meet. In a three way meeting with Colombian president, Yvonne Duquet and with one Guido the opposition leader that the United States recognize this is the interim president what vice president Pence told Guido was a very clear message from President Trump that the United States backed one guy a one hundred percent, and that there would be some clear actions to back that up. Now, what those are are still to be determined. But they were meeting with the Lima group a coalition of more than twelve or so countries that are organized to address the crisis in Venezuela. They pre existed, but they were meeting together because the only countries in Latin America that are supporting the Madero government right now our Cuban Venezuela. Most of the rest of Latin America is supporting a transition and violence continues along the Colombia Venezuela border. As well where protesters have been clashing with Venezuelan troops were trying to stop US-backed humanitarian aid from crossing over very violent because so much aid has arrived from the United States and the Madero government. The government of President Nicolas Maduro is not allowing it in. Now. The government says that the aid from other countries like Russia and the aid from the United Nations is getting in. But they don't trust the aid from the United States. Now. This is coming at a time. When people are just unable to buy anything and kids are eating garbage. So there's a desperation in Venezuela for aid. And this is really pushing the violence to its maximum for the weekend. Forces loyal to nNcholas Maduro fired tear-gas buckshot on activists accompanying those supplies and setting the material on fire. Four people have been reported killed in the violence there at least three hundred. Have been wounded a former work around president Donald Trump's 2016 campaign is suing him over an unwanted kiss. Salva Johnson contends the president abruptly grabbed her by the hand wouldn't let go and kissed around the corner of the mouth is she turns slightly away during a volunteer meeting with staff and volunteers. In florida. She seeks unspecified damages and an order preventing the president from grabbing kissing or otherwise assaulting or harassing women without prior express consent. A resolution to terminate the national emergency declaration at the border is scheduled the head to the house rules committee today. Cbs's Cami McCormick tells us a group of former national security officials are preparing to be in support of that resolution. This statement contains the names of prominent former officials like secretary of State Madeleine Albright at John Kerry and former defense secretaries Leon Panetta and Chuck Hagel. It says there is no factual basis for a national emergency declaration it argues border crossings are at a nearly forty year low, and there is no terrorist emergency at the border. If that resolution does pass in congress, President Trump has promised a veto at one. Oh, eight time to get a check on Wall Street numbers. Joan Doniger is at Bloomberg has a look and Joan well, then in on Wall Street, we see a relief rally after President Trump said he would push back the deadline for a trade deal with China. The Dow is up. One hundred forty five points. The NASDAQ forty the SNP eleven investors are seeing light ahead for GE as well. It shares are up around nine percent. The conglomerate will be selling its biopharmaceutical business to Danaher for nearly twenty one and a half billion dollars. Now, the new CEO at GE used to run Danaher and five G is coming to four American cities in may courtesy of sprint. But Boston is not one of them. Spring could be the first carrier out of the gate with this. I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up at arrest warrant against Robert Kraft could happen as early as today. Are you one hundred percent comfortable with one hundred percent of your portfolio? Hello, I'm Paul. Well. I'm Larry wells principles at the ninety three financial group and host of family financial focus heard here on WBZ.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The iheart radio app russia's president vladimir putin calling for daily humanitarian pauses of the town of gudermes in eastern syria the move comes two days after the un security council approved a resolution demanding a thirty day ceasefire across the entire country cbs foreign affairs analyst pam falk says that went unheeded as if nothing had transpired at the un government airstrikes took place on sunday within hours of the resolution's passage prompting france's president and germany's chancellor kohl russia's president vladimir putin to ask for help to get aid to the civilians in the area near damascus that is one of the last rebel held areas bradley said people have been killed in the years strikes today a remembrance ceremony held today of the national september 11th memorial museum marking twenty five years since the first attack on the world trade center jr was six people were killed more than a thousand others injured museum president salvat greed walk was among the speakers is hard to believe that a quartercentury has passed six that snowy injured day the 1993 bombing was the first act of terrorism that this site as we know all too well he would not be the last search bob exhaust backed were convicted in that attacked a seventh remains at large wbz news time to forty one we check sports on this monday afternoon celtics back to work on the parkway tonight 730 tap off at the garden against the lowly grizzlies memphis's lost its last nine the seas of one two in a row since the all star break socks introducing their new slugger this morning in florida is wbz's adam kaufman tells us the club's new designated hitter has come a long long way let's get that for the aticketcom sport's studio you may find this hard to believe since new.
"pam falk" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Mulligan is the one that passed away yeah well if you have to pick him up oregon for an interview by all chances are okay tyrone just the desert carry here that that would be a great part of thank you tyrone bye bye thank you lord of nato's tyrone jerry in were you will be next backed i don't i have enough time to do your called justice because in about forty five seconds or so we'll be cbs news so you be patient you are on deck mel simon's is sitting in for steve perkins who supposed beyond the promote his wrestling wrestling slash signing autographs aiming which is going to be on august fourth and you said it's what mccoy stadium mccoy stadium in pawtucket yeah all right well tell you work maybe steve will call him but it's already is a halfhour late you wish yeah so i might have to put a step over toehold dumber wealth federal buddy go yeah so you're gonna fill in for the rest of the hour sure hefty took but right now i'm about to take my cbs news break your wbz yes news update congress is poised to pass a sweeping russia sanctions package cbs's bill rehkopf the senate passed the bill that limits the ability of the white house to lift sanctions on russia ninety eight two two last month that legislation got bogged down in the house a deal was reached after weeks of work by majority leader kevin mccarthy and minority whip steny hoyer of old is scheduled for tuesday it's not clear if the president will sign it attorney general jeff sessions is also under the microscope again after russian ambassador sergei kislyak said he discussed the election in meetings with sessions during the campaign according to us intercepts foreign affairs analyst pam falk ultimately kislyak became the centerpiece of the failure of the russia reset with the kremlin hoped to the warmer relations in turned out to be chillier than when he arrived cbs news update i'm steve dorsey it may be hard to believe but people just like you.
"pam falk" Discussed on KXL 101 FM News
"Two yes news update congress is poised to pass a sweeping russia sanctions package cbs's bill recall the senate passed the bill the limits the ability of the white house to lift sanctions on russia ninety eight two two last month that legislation got bogged down in the house of deal was reached after weeks of work by majority leader kevin mccarthy and minority whip steny hoyer of old is scheduled for tuesday it's not clear if the president will sign it attorney general jeff sessions is also under the microscope again after russian ambassador sergei kislyak said he discussed the election in meetings with sessions during the campaign of according to us intercepts foreign affairs analyst pam falk ultimately kislyak became the centerpiece of the failure of the russia reset with the kremlin hoped to be warmer relations and turned out to be chillier than when he arrived cbs news update i'm steve dorsey good evening it's nine thirty two five mark recovered from the mercedesbenz of wealth and bill traffic center does look like we have too many problems out there no stalls and no crashes but we do have some roadwork closed down the morrison bridge for the next couple of weeks shut down last night so it could put down some new concrete also high the way 99 is closed for roadwork from tacoma to herald they do have a detour and place their august brian with our weather forecast so pretty warm day close to 90 degrees with a bit of humidity as well tomorrow we'll have a couple degrees of a cool down with more on shore flow which means more clouds with coast but everywhere else will be mostly sunny a couple degree called ouncil sobeih warm tomorrow there's also a chance of some thunderstorms in the lane county cascades for cage w on brian brennan the most with.
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"President trump's expressing frustration with china for increasing its trade with north korea even disease appealing to beijing to help curb pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programmes cbs's cami mccormick says the review of the launch of a missile that experts say is capable of reaching alaska continue set again called the test provocative and a spokesman said it has our attention he said commercial air and sea traffic was put at risk by the test as well as space assets like satellites the north koreans used in aircraft plant to launch the missile the pentagon says bad has also been a new tactic by pyonyang over the the last year and a half the un security council will meet in an hour to discuss what to do in the wake of the missile test cbs's pam falk is at the un what the un security council can do is limited and diplomats expressed collective frustration that the sanctions imposed by the un for eleven years have read little begnaud fit president trump is on his way to europe stopping in poland ahead of the g twenty summit cbs' major garrett as their trump white house who then tissa paving enormous crowds causing the central square here in warsaw for the president's speech reaffirming the close strategic relationship between the united states and poland and talking about us efforts to bolster security throughout eastern europe louisiana gop congressman clay higgins as being criticized for recording the video inside the gas chamber at the auschwitz concentration camp in poland and then posting an online version wellness security must be squared away were military must be invincible ephraim zuroff with the simon wiesenthal center in israel it's not really appropriate in a gift chamber in birkenau and that's unfortunate but i certainly daughter treatment him any veered intentions the us has lifted electromechanics restrictions on two more airline cbs's steve dorsey laptops are no longer ban from carryon luggage join emirates and turkish airlines flights from dubai and istanbul it comes three days after the us lifted the laptop ban on flights from abu dhabi on eddie are ways.