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Mexico's school year to begin with instruction on television
"And and kids kids will will participate participate in in classes classes via via a a nationwide nationwide homeschooling homeschooling TV TV network. network. Mexican Mexican President President Andres Andres Manuel Manuel Lopez Lopez Obrador Obrador noted that while kids might not catch the virus, they can transmit it to parents and grand parents at home. Mexico's major TV networks agreed to provide the service Adrian barred. CBS NEWS Mexico City correspondent Paula Reed's got the
New Stimulus Package Expected Monday
"A deal to renew benefits for workers left unemployed by the covert pandemic. CBS NEWS Paula Reed has more on where things stand with just over 100 days until the election. 30 million Americans remain unemployed in the wake of Cove it the federal jobless benefits Congress approved in April, $600 per person for weak are about to expire. House Democrats passed to build two months ago to extend the $600 payments through January. But Senate Republicans say they will introduce their plan on Monday. Enhanced unemployment benefits are set to expire today. An unforeseen
Michael Cohen back in custody after refusing terms of home confinement
"Cohen has been returned to prison. CBS correspondent Paula Reed has more. Cohen, the president's former lawyer and fixer, landed a three year prison sentence as part of his involvement involvement in in the the payments. payments. Cohen Cohen was was released released to to home home confinement confinement earlier earlier this this year year over over Corona Corona virus virus concerns concerns in in prisons, prisons, but but he he was was recently recently seen seen eating eating dinner dinner out out in in New New York York City, City, potentially violating the terms of his release, was taken back into custody Thursday. Oh, and also refused to condition of home confinement that would forbid him from speaking to the media or publishing a book as well as prohibiting him from posting on Social Media.
"paula reed" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The thirty six thousand people within days if you want I was his earlier than anybody thought I put a band of people coming in from China everybody thought that they didn't want to I don't know that anybody thought about it the country down as long as the press lets them keep repeating the same lies on challenge he's gonna keep repeating them just like I said we would and of course he is completely ignoring the question as he always does the question refers to the estimate that had he imposed social distancing restrictions on March ninth instead of the sixteen thirty six thousand fewer people would have died so what does trump do he goes all the way back to January the thirtieth and is but China band that once as I stated on the show trump thinks that was all he was required to do in retrospect while that's still true it's more like that was all he was willing to do and obviously by our world high death toll there was a lot more he should have done and didn't and I hope you trump lovers understand every time this happens and trump was asked what he did between January the thirtieth of March sixteenth and the best he can do is I did a bit of a January thirty he's essentially admitting he did nothing between then in March the sixteenth just like everybody in the real world has known all along and you know I actually think you trump sniffers do as well because whenever I bring this up which is often you never call me and tell me what he did white twelve you just blame everyone else other than trump to excuse him from doing nothing so I'm glad we're on the same page page regarding trump's homicidal neglect and dereliction of duty but again as long as the media refuses to challenge him on what he did after his band that wasn't like Paula reed did several weeks ago which we highlighted featured on our April eleventh show or impala kept trying to get trump to detail what he did after his band that wasn't and he did the same thing then you just heard on the agenda will be thirty three down no he didn't and he did sweet did call after that until March sixteenth the liar in chief continued lying everybody.
Trump clashes with reporter during coronavirus briefing
"But he was not happy with Paula reed of CBS cut number nine I don't talk about retaliation go ahead Mr president why have anyone else a plan to get thirty six million unemployed Americans back to work you're overseeing historic economic despair what I think we've announced a plan we're opening up our country just a rude person you are we're opening up our country that we're opening it up very fast the plan is that each state is opening and it's opening up a very effectively and you when you see the numbers I think even you will be impressed which is pretty hard to impress you
White House sidelines Azar from coronavirus response
"The White House is underestimating the threat did an interview with fox news president trump said they're very small number of cases in the U. S. and challenged an estimate of deaths from the virus from the world health organization you do not agree with the World Health Organization estimates of about a three percent mortality rate for the coronavirus and health and Human Services secretary Alex these are he was up on the hill earlier today our briefing lawmakers and after that he took some questions from reporters and he and the other officials alongside him they emphasize that about eighty percent of people they say who are infected with this virus never even need any kind of medical treatment CBS is Paula reed at the
President Trump holds news conference on coronavirus outbreak
"Us president trump appeared this evening before reporters alongside his coronavirus task force for only the second time in his presidency he spoke to the press from the White House briefing room and announced he's putting vice president Mike pence in charge of the U. S. response coronavirus cases worldwide now top eighty thousand with more than twenty seven hundred deaths three more cases were confirmed in the US all that today bringing the total to sixty that led to another triple digit loss on Wall Street today we have two reports beginning with Paula reed at the White House and Paul it's rare to see the president a White House briefing room absolutely it's a confined space where he potentially faces questions from over a hundred reporters earlier today he called his top health officials to the White House for an emergency briefing on the virus and this press conference is an opportunity for him to reassure the American people that his administration is prepared for this outbreak anger and frustration at the White House tonight as the president tries to get control of his administration's message on the corona virus Mr trump is especially frustrated that comments from the CDC stoked fears of the virus and sent stocks tumbling this week health and Human Services secretary Alex ETS are trying to convey the president's position to concerns lawmakers he's trying to calm the public that we see in China panic can be as big of an enemy as virus in these situations and so there is a there is always that balance secretary I I don't want to panic over this either the stock markets crash and he's trying to stop the stock market he's not sure he's he's out right contradicting everything that you will have just said outright contradiction administration officials insisted yesterday the virus was tightly contained but aides are said today it is spreading I was informed that we have a fifteenth confirmed case there is now community transmission in a number of countries including outside of Asia which is deeply concerning Democrats accused the administration of downplaying the crisis and underfunding the response of what he's doing
Trump captured on tape demanding firing of ambassador to Ukraine, attorney says
"A new report says president trump was caught on tape and an intimate dinner at his Washington hotel discussing the ouster of the U. S. ambassador with two controversial figures now under indictment Paula reed is at the White House with this story there is new evidence tonight at the president's efforts to oust then US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovic the recording of a private dinner at the trump hotel in April twenty eighteen reviewed by ABC news reveals Mr trump telling former White House aide John distefano to get rid of her get her out tomorrow take her out a full year before you vote of its was removed the dinner party included life partners in Igor Fuhrman to now indicted associates of Rudy Giuliani who told the president Ivanovic was criticizing him to colleagues in Kiev and stood in the way of their desired investigations of the bite in our opinion the chi is bad mouthing it and his reaction was he looked at me like gun very angry basically turn around to John just follow and set fire her I don't know them the president has repeatedly denied knowing partners or from men despite appearing in multiple pictures along sign them this afternoon he also denied discussing Ivanovic's firing at the dinner and defended her removal I have a right to hire and fire ambassadors the president has made his views about Ivanovic well known calling her bad news in the July twenty fifth conversation with Ukrainian president salen ski I was shocked absolutely shocked California Democrat Adam Schiff said the president's dinner conversation supports the ongoing impeachment efforts would certainly corroborate much of what we heard sources on the president's legal team say these new recordings will not impact their case ever mindful of television readings president trump complained today that his lawyers will begin their case tomorrow on a Saturday morning which he dubbed TV's Death
"paula reed" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Zidane said last week that he thought the two countries may not be able to reach an agreement on trade until after the twenty twenty election meantime in Washington the house of representatives will vote next week on whether president trump will be the third president in US history to be impeached CBS news White House correspondent Paula reed says Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was at the White House Thursday to talk about the Senate trial he'd like to see something sort of quick rip off the bandaid get through it and not drag this out not turn this into a circus but publicly even though today the president wasn't as aggressive about it publicly repeatedly the president has insisted that he wants to call witnesses that he wants his case to be heard he wants his day in court the house Judiciary Committee approved the measure in a party line vote meantime the Supreme Court says it will hear cases next year about president trump's tax returns and financial records CBS news legal analyst stain rolls and bomb explains how the Supreme Court will approach the case the Supreme Court will be consolidating all four of the cases from three congressional committees and the Manhattan district attorney's office when there are subpoenas for the president's tax and financial records the legal question is while he is in office is he a mute from investigations into his private affairs that might have affected his public function this question is never really come up before largely because presidents routinely make their tax returns public the court schedule the arguments for their March session with a ruling expected before June the thirtieth W. W. chain news time four thirty eight it's time for us to check traffic.
Trump turns diplomatic after blasting Macron over 'very nasty' NATO comments ahead of summit
"Seven president trump believes he can work things out with France while meeting with French president Emmanuel macron during the NATO summit in London the meeting comes after the two leaders exchanged barbs toward one another car Spondon Paula reed has more president trump kicked off today calling and then you'll not from quote very nasty for suggesting that there had been a quote brain death at NATO he was specifically referring to a course the decisions the U. S. made in regard to Syria not consulting its NATO allies before abruptly withdrawing from the region race relationship and I'm sure that within a short period of time things were looking very rosy we have found is usually the case with the two of us we get a worked at we've had a lot of good lot of good things we've done a lot of good things together as partners after meeting with micron president trump is scheduled to go to Buckingham Palace to meet prince
Jerry Nadler invites Trump to testify in the impeachment inquiry
"Two of the house intelligence committee held impeachment hearings the past two weeks now the judiciary committee will convene with Jerry Nadler at the home CBS news correspondent Paula reed has the latest developments calling it a new phase in the impeachment inquiry a top house Democrat is inviting president trump to testify next week in his own defense in a letter to Mr trump judiciary chairman Jerry now they're writing the committee will discuss whether your alleged actions warrant the house to exercise its authority to adopt articles of impeachment well you Mr trump didn't answer but he's repeatedly attacked the probe as unfair because he's been unable to defend himself Tennessee Democrat Stephen Collins doesn't think the president will show up
U.S. officials defend new citizenship rules for some military families
"Is radio dispense some confusion over new guidance from the government about the citizenship to babies born overseas for U. S. citizens serving in the military or the diplomatic corps the best news White House correspondent Paula reed has been talking to officials to clarify the new rules it was a mass yesterday I mean they really just were not able to effectively communicate the details of the policy our Chris sources here at the White House they were confused as well a lot of confusion yesterday about this but ultimately it comes down I'd say it's a two things one babies born a U. S. citizen serving abroad in the armed services or other branches of public service are US citizens but there may be some merit categories if someone has lived in the U. S. for five years or the baby's born to them may have to fill out some paperwork to establish that their parents lived here long enough that their citizens US immigration officials defend the new policy that ends automatic citizenship they say it would only affect a handful of families every year
President Trump, America And White House Correspondent discussed on WCBS Programming
"President trump's choice to be America's top spy didn't even make it to the end of the week CBS news White House correspondent Paula reed has the latest on Texas congressman and jump loyalist John Radcliffe Radcliffe is a vocal supporter of president trump but his selection as the next by chief received a dare mainly tepid reception on Capitol Hill I'd rather not address that is a lot actually had a chance to meet him to discuss his background and qualification the president denied he faced pressure from Republicans to withdraw that Texas lawmaker from consideration I think he would have had support but again we were very early in the process Mister president from says he'll review three other candidates this weekend to succeed Dan coats a resigned
Hope Hicks reveals little at hearing as Trump lawyers block questions
"Transcripts of. For testimony before the House Judiciary committee show. White House lawyers blocked. Former trumpet hope Hicks from answering questions. More than one hundred fifty times, CBS's. Paula Reed, says Hicks refused to answer any questions related to her time, working for President Trump after he was elected picks was accompanied by an attorney from the Justice department who aggressively trying to swat away pretty much all the questions I have to do with her time here at the White House. She made broad USA of executive privilege and other legal objections to avoid having to answer to many questions about issues. They're really central to Democrats purpose for having her there. Hickey witness for Russia's special counsel, Robert Muller, told congress that she sometimes told white lives for the
"paula reed" Discussed on KCBS All News
"US will not stand for Iran shooting donnas. Drones in international airspace. Let's just see what happens. Let's see what happens all to work out. Correspondent Paula Reed president said that he believed the drone was over international waters. And it was quote, scientifically documented, but the White House, the president, they have not provided that scientific documentation, then the president made it interesting pivot, he sort of backed off of it and he said, but this could have been unintentional. It could've been s-, quote, somebody who was loose and stupid national security. Correspondent David Martin says no one in Washington is interested in getting into another shooting war in the Middle East, Sern here. Is that if you take military action, and then there's a military response from Iran, then you get into the tit for tat that gets out of control. Iran claims the drone was operating. In its airspace. CBS news update. I'm Jim shanavie KCBS news time, twelve thirty two. This portion of the news, watch is sponsored by ringcentral the global leader in cloud communications and collaboration solutions. It's time now for our daily tech and business report with KCBS contributor, Bloomberg technology anchor, and executive producer, Emily Chang. Shares of work messaging platform. Slack started trading today on the new York Stock Exchange under the ticker work. Emily joins us now live. So Emily tell us more about this. So slack is a messaging platform has become beloved certainly by many Silicon Valley tech companies, but now has a global following and they opened high today. Shares peaked at about forty two dollars early today. They're now backing around forty which gives them a valuation in the twenty billion dollar range. They were targeting something closer to sixteen. So this is good news for them. They took a non traditional route to going public. They had what's called direct listing which is what Spotify did a year ago, which means not having the traditional roadshow, not actually raising money, but this means that their employees in early. Investors can sell shares immediately. Okay, so so, but they are making a profit don't they, they don't make a profit as of now they are unprofitable. So they did get a good reception. Even though they're still not making money. They did bring in about four hundred million dollars in revenue last year but they also lost one hundred forty million dollars in revenue. So, you know, just like many tech companies go public without being profitable. They have a lot to prove in the future, they did just get their first blessing from an analyst on Wall Street Atlantic equities saying that this is worth buying. You know, slack has about ten million daily users now the projection is that could be fifty million by twenty twenty-five, but they've got a lot of competitors and big competitors, like Facebook and Microsoft that have billions and billions of dollars and billions of users, so, you know, slack is going to have to prove it's more than just this cute fund chat app, and certainly you can do more than that on slack. But. It certainly has a lot of room to grow. Remind us how people at work use slack, so you can use it to chat internally with team members. So, for example, within your organization, you might have a certain team that uses it within their team, you might use it across the entire organization. I had a teacher used it for my kids preschool. So parents could sign up and see photos of their kids posted on slack. So there are all different kinds of use cases. What's great about slack is that it is very user friendly. It's not this wonky sort of enterprise software that you might get with a more traditional enterprise service provider, but the question is will it translate to corporate America and beyond? You know, we use a computer system here at work called news, boss and what I want to chat with somebody on the team. I just opened up the quick message box instead it that way. So why would we buy slack? Instead, right. So a lot of. Nations already have their own internal systems. They might use Microsoft Office. And so one of the risk factors is in a downturn when businesses are cutting, why wouldn't they cut slack, which sort of feels like a nice to have, and they're going to have to prove that it's not just a nice to have, you know, some employees use slack, because they just like it better than the internal chat system that their company uses its very user friendly. You know you can be connected all the time, but it is not intrusive necessarily so that is, you know, wanna slacks. Interesting challenges is sort of proving why you need this, why this needs to be an essential part of your life or your work life. And ultimately, why you should pay for it. All right. Thanks for talking to us KCBS contributor. Bloomberg technology.
DOJ backs Treasury Department over Trump's tax returns
"The Justice department issuing a legal opinion. Finding the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was right to withhold President Trump's tax returns from a house committee that subpoenaed them in a memo released by the. Jay, it says Democrats want nothing more than to just make President Trump's tax returns public CBS's Paula Reed. They say when faced with a congressional requests confidential taxpayer information, must've secretary, close his eyes and blindly accept a pretext justification for that request. Basically, what lawyers are saying is, we have to buy this fake reason that you think it's the law, we don't think if it's the law, and we don't think we actually have to comply CBS news legal analyst, Jonathan Turley of the Justice department is that privacy laws, protect the tax records, including the president of the United States, including from review by the congress, MAC, piper CBS
DOJ says Congress can't force IRS to provide Trump's tax returns
"He doesn't the Justice department issuing a legal opinion. Finding the Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was right to withhold President Trump's tax returns from a house committee that subpoenaed them in a memo released by the DOJ. It says Democrats want nothing more than to just make President Trump's tax returns public CBS's Paula Reed. They say when faced with a congressional requests for confidential taxpayer information, must've secretary, close his eyes and blindly, accept a pretext old justification for that request, basically, what these lawyers are saying, is that we have to buy this fake reason. That you think it's the law, we don't think if it's the law, and we don't think we actually have to comply CBS news legal analyst, Jonathan Turley position of the Justice department is that privacy laws, protect the tax records, including the president United States, including from review by the congress of the
"paula reed" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"CNN and is CBS's. Paula Reed tells us even landing on verbs soil. He tweeted his disdain for London. Mayor city Khan, whom he describes as a stone cold loser. The two are not scheduled to meet Mr. Trump indicated he might meet with the former London. Mayor Boris Johnson, who is in play among others for prime minister CBS news update. I'm Steve Kaethe. WCBS CBS news time eleven thirty two. We are awaiting a court appearance for the estranged husband, and the new girlfriend missing woman from Connecticut photos, do Las and Michelle Trudeau calmness are both charged with tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. Jennifer Delos vanish ten deaden days ago. After dropping her five kids off. In school. Police say they found blood in her home in new Canaan, but friends like Kerry left are still hoping that she will be found alive. All I wanna say is Jennifer. We love you. And we are doing everything we can to bring you home, your kids miss you. We all miss you. The couple was embroiled in divorce and custody battle for the past two years. Police say they do expect to file more charges against the estranged husband and the girlfriend eleven thirty three. The governor spa music festival was forced to cut short in its final days of shows because of severe storms the through the area last night. Mac Rosenberg has more fans are calling this total disaster. They say they feel ripped off the first cancellation came around nine o'clock Sunday morning with a notice on the gull website, telling fans not to come for the early shows because of forecast storms, but those storms didn't commented much later last night. The gates ended up opening in about six thirty two hours later. Concert was evacuated. Sixty. Approaching severe weather. Video posted on social media shows, the chaotic rush that followed fans stampeded their way out of Randall's island park and gotten caught in the intense storm one person said to raindrops were as big as eyeballs lightning strikes. Also became a concern fans will be getting their money back ball. Organizers posted information about refunds on the event website, but a traumatizing experience nonetheless for thousands of fans here last night on Randall's island. Mac, Rosenberg WCBS, NewsRadio, eight also hot ninety seven summer jam at MetLife stadium was also briefly affected by the storms at around nine forty five the show came to a stop and fans and exposed areas headed evacuate when thunder and lightning responded in that area, an impact of ObamaCare is revealed in the new study.
President, Japan And Prime Minister discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"And President Trump has begun a four day state visit to Japan where his weekend, schedule includes some Gulf, with that country's prime minister along with lots of ceremonial activities, but CBS news, correspondent Paula Reed, says there will also be some important talks on trade, and other major issues that will be followed up on later president has said that he wants to renegotiate his trade deal with Japan, so prime minister ovation probably be concerned if he brings up any talks about China because it's pivoted Japan, pretty quickly which could. Be uncomfortable. President will be back into pan in several weeks for, for the g twenty that could be a time to have more substantial policy discussions. The president has threatened to impose stiff new US tariffs on Japanese cars on less Japan. Take steps to ease its big trade imbalance with the
Long-awaited Mueller report is finally submitted
"Special counsel. Robert Muller's Russia investigation is over the Justice department says Muller deliver his report to attorney general William bar around five PM Friday. Correspondent Paula Reed. Says Democrats are reacting democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement, it is imperative for Mr. bar to make a full report public and the White House must not be allowed to interfere and twenty twenty presidential candidates took to Twitter to demand report be released now constitutional law. Professor Jonathan Turley the next step which is required under the law is that Bill bar. The attorney general will have to give a summary of the findings of the special counsel to congress. That is all he's required to do. But that doesn't mean that he can't release the report in some form that summary could come this
Democrats Say Kushner Used WhatsApp to Contact Foreign Leaders
"Sold out. Congressional Democrats have demanded private communication records of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, President Trump was asked about it this morning. I think about it. I've never heard that. I'd never heard about. Correspondent Paula Reed. Says house oversight chairman Elijah Cummings Cummings wants Kushner's encrypted. What's at messages, which he says, we're exchanged with foreign leaders attorney for the president's son-in-law Jared Kushner confirms avant Trump received official Email on her personal account until September twenty seventeen now senior White House officials are prohibited from using personal accounts for work unless they copy in official account or forward. The message coming says accused the White House of strutting the committee's investigation and violating federal law by refusing to provide the records that were
Newly Released Documents Show FBI Was Investigating Michael Cohen Long Before Raid
"Documents released today show, President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen was under investigation by the FBI for longer than previously thought a search warrant released today shows the federal probe had been going on since July twenty seventeen CBS's. Paula Reed is at the White House is newly unsealed documents revealed that the president's former personal attorney was under investigation for the least a year before we publicly new, and of course, many of us. Learn about the investigation into Michael Cohen from those raids on his
"paula reed" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Quicken Loans. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The number two man at the Justice department is apparently ready to leave CBS's. Paula Reed has learned rod Rosenstein plans to call it a career at DOJ as soon as the president's attorney general nominee. William bar is confirmed. This is one of the most essential roles in the entire Justice department. The deputy attorney general runs the day to day operations of the Justice department. So by doing this Rosenstein is essentially leaving the new attorney general with a lot of additional administrative work. There are a lot of questions about whether or not the White House or someone else is pressuring Rosen signed a step down Rosenstein had overseen the Russia investigation. The partial government shutdown is in its nineteenth day and the president continues his insistence on funding for a border wall. Furloughed federal workers will miss their first paychecks tomorrow park ranger Julie Clark is among the I definitely. Tale stuck and there's just there's absolutely nothing. I can do about how spokeswoman Sarah Sanders. The best solution is to be able to work with congress to get this done 'cause you can close a lot of the loopholes fund were security fully. And that's what we're hopeful that the president has invited congressional leaders to the White House for another meeting today. House Democrats hope to pass bills to reopen parts of the government piecemeal Kurdish fighters in Syria, say they're holding another American who joined up with ISIS Pentagon. Correspondent Cami McCormick. The US backed Kurdish rebels fighting ISIS in Syria say they've captured eight more alleged foreign fighters, including a sixteen year old American teenager, the group claims to have arrested two other Americans late last month Kurds detaining foreign fighters captured on the battlefield that's raised concerns that a US withdrawal may force the Kurds to release many of them. The Trump administration has been trying mostly unsuccessfully to get home countries to accept their nationals early trading. The Dow is up one hundred eighty six points. What's the matter with magic, mushrooms nothing? If you ask people who say, it's helped them kicked drugs booze. Even ease the pain of cancer. And don't think that people should be criminalized are looked upon differently because they are required to take something that can make them feel this much better. Proponents in Colorado have collected more than eight thousand signatures on ballot petitions to try to make Denver the first city in the country to decriminalize psychedelic shrooms, the world's newest most eligible bachelor is a multi billionaire Jeff bazo Santa's his wife MacKenzie have issued a statement this morning announcing after twenty five years they're getting divorced. They say they do it all over again and see wonderful futures ahead as parents friends partners in ventures and adventures. This is CBS news. National mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. And MLS number thirty thirty. Good morning, fair sky. Six degrees above zero wind chill.
"paula reed" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Mounds of garbage are starting to rot, national parks. Disappointed. Visitors are still being turned away from the Smithsonian and Washington's National zoo. CBS's Paula Reed says there's no end in sight to the nearly two-week-old partial government shutdown Georgie leader Mitch McConnell hinted that the shutdown could go on for days even weeks he called House Democrats proposal to reopen. The government a quote nonstarter, the president has invited congressional leaders back to the White House next Friday after they elect their new leaders and new congress will be sworn in a few hours. Nancy Pelosi is expected to regain her speakership in the house, which goes back to a democratic majority. NBC news asked could President Trump be legally indicted under the Muller pro that is an open discussion in terms of the law. White House adviser Kellyanne Conway doesn't surprise me that she would be so partisan and political on day one and. Unprecedented public reckoning for Roman Catholic diocese in the US live to CBS's Peter King reckoning is the public identification aboard that a thousand Roman Catholic priests and others accused of sexually abusing children. The Associated Press reports nearly fifty dioceses religious orders have released the names since the Pennsylvania grand jury report from August in fifty five more say they'll do the same nearly twenty local state and federal investigation of started since then some of those accusations date back seven decades, Deborah China is exploring the dark side of the moon that e four spacecraft touchdown this morning. CBS news space consultant Bill Harwood hoping to accomplish two major goals here. They're hoping to learn more about the origins of the moon. And of course, this is cynical along way toward confirming that they are in fact, a major space power, the FDA is expanding its recall of blood pressure drugs. CBS news, medical consultant, Dr Taryn Derulo says they may contain NDA that's an ingredient that can. In cause cancer. They are chemicals that you might be exposed to occupationally through work through ingesting, typically cured meats or smoked fish or even through cigarette smoke, but they shouldn't be in your pharmaceutical recall involves three different brands from our OBE Indo all eyes will be on apple when the opening bell rings in half an hour stocks tanked in after hours trading yesterday after Tim cook out sluggish iphone sales in the fourth quarter. CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says. It's a sign the economy is slowing down in China where the phones are made. We might have seen six and a half percent growth in twenty eighteen the official figures out of China some dispute that this here we're looking at maybe six point two six point three percent that seems like a teeny tiny differential spread off over one point four billion people. It's a lot s and p futures down twenty one. This is CBS news to experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or. Theraworxrelief dot com. Saint Louis county executive on.
"paula reed" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"CBS CBS news special report Paul Manafort has. Been found guilty on some but not all of the federal tax and. Bank. Fraud charges filed against him by. The special counsel the jury returned guilty verdicts on five counts of tax fraud, one count of. Failing to report income and two counts of Bank fraud CBS's Paula Reed is not a surprise the strongest case for the prosecution was the. Tax that is in many ways a paperwork crime there was supported by a. Significant amount of paper evidence supported by dozens of Witnesses that the, jury heard from the judge disclaimer. Declared their rather a mistrial on the remaining ten counts against Manafort CBS's major Garrett at the White House on the likely reaction from, the president White House will save that all these charges the convictions do you. With financial crimes now. The did not have to do with any. Of his time working with around Donald Trump or his campaign Manafort who stood motionless as the. Verdict was read today will face another federal fraud trial next month in Washington Bill Rakoff. CBS news so many walls this is Dave Ross on. The CBS News Radio network presented by. Mercedes Benz I just spent ten days touring, northern Europe including Visby which is in Sweden talent the capital of Estonia and Berlin I noticed that. The main attractions in these places were walls this is a. Medieval city on the island of Gotland which was attacked by the Germans. The. Danes Swedes and neither of the. Wall which is still there same thing talent Estonia with wall had sixty six, guard towers many. Of which are still there and while most of the Berlin Wall has been Replaced. By a double line of. Cobblestones, barking where it used to be it's not entirely gone either about a mile of the actual wall remains as an outdoor art gallery and you're the old guard shack Checkpoint Charlie for ten euros you can see a, sixty foot high panoramic mural of what. Berlin used to look like when the wall was still there and all these. Places are packed with wall seeking tourists people who want, to see the wall touch, the wall climb the wall and. They will pay to do it I paid seven euros to. Climb a guard tower in Estonia so it may take a few hundred years but I, can see where, a one hundred percent American border wall could one. Day also, joined the list of walls that were built to, keep people out but are now. Packing them in it might.
"paula reed" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Manafort CBS's Paula Reed prosecution strategy they knew this. Was coming from the defense wanted the jury to hear this firm rick gates i but the defenses entire theory of the case is it manafort trusted gates and it said gays embezzled from him and failed to accurately report their income to the i._r._s. expected to be another hot dry windy day on the fire lines in california with more attention being paid to that holy fire that's burning in the cleveland national forest southeast of los angeles rob tyler is preparing for possible evacuation i haven't really been talking to the neighbors i've been making plans myself on what i need to do grabbed a computer grabbed a cat's grab some clothes further north amend us you know complex fire is getting closer to that three hundred thousand acre burned mark and it's thirty four percent contained cal fires heidi morris personnel is three thousand nine hundred eight one and the taxes that they can't fly today because of visibility from smokes Chicago hopes to he belived on the violence this weekend by putting more cops on the beat hundreds more in the same neighborhood where gun violence. Left twelve people dead and some seventy. Wounded police superintendent Eddie Johnson these are discretionary. Resources so we're not taking any manpower from a particular district. And relocating them, but we're taking manpower from units. That do other things. And we're, putting in these particular districts no arrests in last weekend's violence this is CBS news to experience relief from foot and, leg cramps use theraworx relief get theraworx relief today the pain relief file at your local pharmacy ask your pharmacist for theraworx.
"paula reed" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"CBS's Paula Reed the defense gets a crack of him. He's also central to, their, case, the entire theory of the defense is that it was. All Ricky Manafort. Trusted him to handle his taxes and other. Business matters and not only did he. Embezzle for Manafort buddy also failed. To accurately report their income to the IRS Manafort engage where the first two people indicted. By Russia's special counsel Robert Muller gates agreed to cooperate with the probe Manafort did, not President Trump reimposed. If economic sanctions on Iran Monday declaring that 2015 deal made, by the Obama administration to be horrible CBS's Steven. Portnoy this first. Round of snap back sanctions targets Iran's financial automotive. And aviation sectors Tehran's oil exports would be sanctioned, starting in, November the, president's goal, is to apply maximum economic pressure to force Iran back to the table but for. Now the, US is the only country that was, a party to the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal that's ramping up sanctions Russia China Anna European countries for instance aren't a transcript of the confession made by Florida high school shooter nNcholas cruise, has been released by the Broward County sheriff's office WFL RTD's carry cod had a look with comments that cruise made while alone in the room that reveal much about his. Thinking at one point he said kill me just expletive kill me expletive later he said I wanna die at the end you're nothing but a worthless expletive dude you deserve to die. Because you're expletive, worthless seventeen people dying in that parkland high, school attack Pentagon, has issued new. Rules to military troops and other personnel on basis. And in warzone areas about using fitness trackers or cellphone applications that can reveal their location. And says the, location information could pose a significant risk of military personnel and must be turned off in certain..
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"On those remains in Hawaii. Some families of MIA's have submitted DNA in hopes of getting a match President Trump took to Twitter late last night to thank North Korea leader, Kim Jong UN for helping to repatriate the remains the president's earlier tweet Wednesday, had some Democrats charging obstruction of Justice, the president blasting the Muller Russia, probe, calling it a hoax and a rigged, which on the also called on attorney general sessions to end the probe CBS's Paula Reed. Long arc of their relationship this is not terribly surprising but it does seem like he sort of took it to the next level ordering are expressing that the attorney general should end the special. Counsel investigation White House later called. The president's tweets opinion and not an order the Justice department says three members of the notorious. Hacker ring known as Finn seven have been arrested in Europe one is already been flown to the United States for prosecution all. Three are Ukrainians believe part of an operation that planted malware on the. Systems of more than a hundred US companies US attorney net haze that resulted in the loss of over fifteen million payment cards so credit cards, and debit cards the total loss so far from this conduct is in the, tens of millions of dollars companies mostly, food outlets including arby's japodlay and, chilies, investigation continues into the cause of Tuesday's, AeroMexico crash in Mexico where everyone aboard survived and there were mostly just some minor injuries Passengers could be heard coughing crying and hyperventilating after escaping down AeroMexico jet liner just minutes after. Takeoff on Tuesday it was like. So much like. You couldn't breathe you couldn't see anything Ashley Garcia captured the drama on her. Cell phone she.
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"CBS. News on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief I'm. Jim shanavie ceremonies. Were held at Pearl Harbor Hawaii is fifty. Five sets of remains said to be US servicemembers killed in the Korean war arrived back on US soil Procession of dozens. Of aluminum caskets each covered by an American flag each carry by members of an armed services honor guard Today they are known, but to But soon, we will We will. Tell their stories curve the last time North Korea turned over American remains wasn't two. Thousand seven. KGAN TV's Mike Mendoza extensive forensic analysis will be conducted on. Those remains in Hawaii some families of MIS have submitted DNA in hopes of getting a match President Trump took to Twitter, late last night, Bank North Korea leader Kim Jong UN for helping to repatriate the remains the, president's earlier tweet Wednesday had some Democrats, charging obstruction of Justice the president, blasting, the Muller Russia probe, calling it a hoax and. A rigged witch hunt they also called on attorney general sessions to end the. Probe CBS's Paula Reed The law of their relationship this is not. Terribly surprising but it does seem. Like he's sort of took it to the next level ordering are expressing that the attorney general. Should end the special counsel investigation White House later called the president's tweets opinion and not an order the Justice department says three. Members of the notorious hacker ring known as. Finn seven have been arrested in. Europe one is already been flown to the United States for prosecution all three are Ukrainians believe. Part of an operation that planted malware on the systems of. More than a hundred US companies US attorney a net haze that resulted in the.
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"Bid more from CBS's Paula Reed prosecutors alleged Manafort earn, tens of millions of dollars lobbying on behalf of. Ukrainian politicians and then tried to hide that from the IRS by stashing it and receiving it in offshore Bank accounts they then allege he took that money out in the longer it through very expensive, purchases fancy, cars a coat made of ostrich all of this. Stems, from the Muller Russia probe Manafort. The only one charged so far that has not copped a plea CBS news update I'm Jim shanavie A Texas company I was all set to start up loading blueprints for making three d print. Printed guns at folks could download we'll have to wait a federal judge granted restraining order yesterday after the company defense distributed reached the deal, in June with the federal government, some blueprints uploaded early on Friday and they've already been downloaded by over two thousand people to debate captured the. Attention of President Trump who tweeted I'm looking into three d. plastic guns being sold to the public. Doesn't seem to make much sense the federal, government settled a lawsuit with defense distributed allowing the company to publish its. First batch of blueprints last Friday the State Department tells CBS the decision to settle the case was made in the interest of the security and. Foreign policy of the United States CBS, news correspondent don't, Tony dokoupil, reporting CBS news time four thirty two Facebook. Announced Tuesday removed pages and accounts reportedly fake, from both its site and Instagram which it owns the. Company cited coordinated Efforts to influence u. s.. Politics head of the November midterm elections while Facebook said it found some connections to Russia's internet research agency accused. Of tampering in the two thousand sixteen presidential election said though at this stage it does not know who is responsible as book says the, thirty two pages had more than, two hundred ninety thousand followers and were created between March twenty seventeen and may twenty eighteen Facebook's chief operating officer. Sheryl Sandberg during a conference call organizations or individuals creating networks of accounts that mislead people about who. They are or what they're doing Sandberg would, not confirm if the Russians were behind these campaigns in the very early. Stages of our investigation and we don't have all the facts that CBS News Corp correspondent Vladimir duty on a story back around these parts the. NYPD shed some light yesterday in Monday, nights murder-suicide in, a story, a queens that left for dead including a. Six year old boy or more on this, from WCBS supporter Steve burns he talk With anchor Steve Scott and Joe Avalon on the afternoon roundup Steve what do the police thinks the. Reason behind. These killings Joe seems to all stem from a very bitter acrimonious custody battle that the suspect here James shields was, having with his ex wife was in the Netherlands around their six year, old son that six year, old was of course one. Of the victims here we know from police that a. Gofundme page it's been widely reported on we'd know that it's valid now James shields posted back in, April titled child kidnapping we rarely keep details that he's at his wits end. In this legal battle with his ex wife calling her jealous and bitter saying that his life is spiraling out of control your police say that that simmered through April when that go fund me was posted all the way until his ex wife, and sons visit this past week when they were all at the. Apartment in a story and shields according? To police murdered his current wife is ex wife, the, six, year old and himself what did, police know? About this guy did they have a history with him That was asked of the chief of detectives here Dermott Shay says police were called to that apartment in a story a neighbor called about eight months ago, reported some pretty loud pretty intense fighting about the neighbor reported that. The the man there had left the? Scene by the time police got there Chief shea, said a woman opened the door and essentially told, police they weren't needed there anymore that, was the extent of what chief shea said what their prior interactions with this apartment all right thank you Steve Steve burns at one police plaza It's four thirty five not a Long Island. Where another public official was arrested Hispanic restaurant, owners were targeted in this corruption scheme Nassau County DA Madeline singer, says Hempstead. Village trustee Perry Pettus with, the. Help of William Mendez with threaten business owners with fines tickets and loss of liquor licenses if. The owners would not give them, cash the two are accused? Of receiving twenty five thousand dollars in ill gotten gains the allegations in this indictment Mark yet another example of an elected official on Long Island charged with. Betraying the trust of those they, took an. Oath to serve but did they have help the DA says her office is looking into other employees in the village to. See if they helped Pettus..
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"Manager. Paul Manafort and already a jury has been seated CBS's Paula Reed. Have you, ever, seen a jury, sat this quickly. We know that there are six men and. Six women on this. Jury in addition to four alternates, and the whole time the. Judge was sort of lording over the. Lawyers and the pencil is. Trying to get them to move it along this judge judge Alice he is known not, rocket docket. And he, is her living up to that name Manafort, faces charges including Bank fraud. And tax evasion unearth during the Muller, Russia probe Manafort is thus far refused, to cop a plea a federal judge in Seattle issued a temporary injunction. Blocking Texas-based defense. Distributed from providing downloadable blueprints for making guns on a, three d. printer the move comes in a lawsuit filed by eight states and the district, of Columbia after the Trump, administration reached a settlement of a five year legal fight by permitting the company to, post those files online company founder Cody Wilson says is companies done. Nothing wrong debate is over the law settled there is no question. These agents can fight about it but the guns are downloadable the files. Are in the public domain you cannot take them back you can Adjust your politics. In this reality, you will not ask me to adjust mine the NRA says. Regardless of what a person may be able to publish, on the internet undetectable plastic guns are illegal and have been for thirty years correspondent Maria via riyal has the latest from the California Firelight. She's at the Mendocino complex fire one of fifteen major fires that are still burning in the Golden State evacuation orders have been lifted but fire officials tell me they are still monitoring a number of. Hotspots I, could, flare up with, these strong winds. Still around lingering they don't expect this fire. To be fully contained. For at least another week on, Wall Street the Dow gaining. One hundred eight points the NASDAQ was. Up forty one this is. CBS news You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't. Be one of them you can leave. Worry behind when liberty stands with. You Liberty Mutual insurance Seventy eight degrees at twelve. Oh three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight To collapses at a. Loss Gelinas parking garage Tuesday and they, are definitely worried about additional damage it started at eleven thirty this morning a portion of a garage collapsed. Onto the cars below crushing several in all twenty. One vehicles were damaged this man, watch the.
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"Sponsored by capital one i'm pam coulter with senate leader mitch mcconnell planning to hold a vote this fall president trump is moving quickly to select a supreme court nominee the person that is chosen will be outstanding president trump told reporters he met with four people he's considering for the supreme court they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically in every other way he says he plans to meet with two or three others mr trump says will make a decision over the next few days before announcing it monday steve dorsey cbs news washington the white house says secretary of state mike pompeo will make a return visit to north korea later in the week for talks on denuclearisation longtime trump lawyer michael cohen has fueled speculation that he's getting ready to cooperate with investigators for the russia's special counsel he told his first loyalty is to his family and country cbs's paula reed has more saying the same thing that we've been reporting for weeks after talking to people close to which there when it comes to his decision about whether or not to cooperate with federal investigators it all comes down to his family and any time that he could potentially spend in jail away from his family twelve boys in their soccer coach lost in a cave complex in northern thailand found alive today how many up here they'd gone missing nine days ago the bbc's howard johnson the emotional for the families every day we walked into the area where the search and rescue teams could see the families that has the stress etched on their faces lots of support teams going to help them we sought monks come along to try to give them prayers and meditations to help them get through the period a three year old who was stabbed in an attack at a birthday party in boise idaho has died police say another one of the injured children was released from the hospital an amazing finish at the world cup spaces.
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"One mike dougherty kyw newsradio eight y w news time twelve thirty four the man who wants ran president trump's election campaign is now a federal prisoner waiting trial on foreign lobbying charges not to mention witness tamp former trump campaign chair paul manafort is behind bars in virginia his home confinement and bail revoked after the russia's special counsel charged him with witness tampering washington post political columnist philip bump so the judge sent him to jail because she said you know i can't just take your phone away this isn't middle school so this is not as president trump said because they think he's a big dangerous mob boss it's because he simply didn't adhere to the rules that he was supposed to follow attorney rudy giuliani says the president won't pardon eddie one while that investigation is still ongoing but reserves the right to do so when it's done cbs's paula reed says that's what manafort watch truly unique situation because there is a chance that even if he was convicted on every single charge he could be exonerated be pardoned and never have to spend a day in jail so in any other case of your co defendant flex you're pretty much cooked peter king cbs news the philadelphia modern not a house but it is a tool used in the financial world help people to avoid mortgage foreclosure w city hall bureau chief pat loeb says it's been working for decades millions of americans lost their homes in the late two thousand when the recession hit just as the bottom dropped out of the housing market but in philadelphia the situation was better because the courts designed to foreclosure diversion in program that helped homeowners negotiate new terms with lenders at the tenth anniversary observance housing counselor michelle edwards said eleven thousand families were saved here.
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"Its ads from facebook auto parts retailer pep boys his following suit pep says okay keep its ads off the platform until in its words the facts are out and corrective actions have been taken the us's expelled sixty russian diplomats over the poisoning of an ex russian spy in britain cbs's cami mccormick department says the expulsions are in response to an outrageous violation of the chemical weapons convention and violation of international law in addition to the expulsions the us is requiring russia to close its consulate in seattle by april second at official calls that consulate part of the broader problem of an unusually high number of russian operatives in the us through his attorney trump lawyer michael cohen dismisses stormy daniels allegations of threats as baseless daniels who was paid one hundred thirty thousand dollars by cohen just before the election to keep quiet about an alleged sexual encounter with donald trump told sixty minutes she was threatened by an unidentified man cbs's paula reed says the payment itself raises questions federal investigators would be one was this money to keep her from talking during the election and if it was you have possibly to legal problems one is that this amount would have far exceeded the individual contribution limit from mr cohen and the other issues that we don't really know exactly where this money came from which could potentially violate the disclosure requirements under federal law overseas more than sixty people have been killed fire swept through a siberian law packed with kids and their parents the fire is out now cbs z le's palm dead include children as the fourth floor of the mall had featured a petting zoo and a skating rink as well as a playroom in fact russia's state news agency is reporting that the fire may have started in a foam rubber trampoline in that children's playroom defense in the trial of the widow of orlando nightclub gunman reveals a just learned mateen's father was an fbi informant for.
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"Top story at this hour it turns out andrew mccabe the fired fbi director who was just like oh by the attorney general kept personal memos regarding president trump as cbs's paula reed reports mccabe says he has more than as memory to talk about the tenure he had leading the agency andrew mccabe kept contemporaneous memo's during the time he was having conversations with the president while he was running the fbi shortly after the firing of james comey we've also learned that he taps contemporaneous minimal during the time that teams with fired cbs news political consultant leonard steinhorn talks about the possible motivation for getting rid of mckay firing him they're trying to discredit him discredits this integrity and minimize the information that he might be able to give to the special counsel because he was fired causes firing revenge and a war on the fbi and president trump is tweeting it's a great day for democracy and the hardworking men and women of the fbi the firing came just days before mccabe scheduled retirement putting his pension in jeopardy the white house is trying to squelch rumors of a staff purge officials they're insisting that reports of imminent departures are overblown assuring staffers their jobs are safe at least for now but just days after secretary of state rex tillerson was ousted many close to the president thank more upheaval is coming soon and especially in the wake of the mccabe firing as well it's not just in boston the vice president is going green in georgia vice president mike pence is heading down to savannah georgia for the south's largest saint patrick's day parade he will join an expected half million people who will be watching the parade which is a one hundred ninety four year old tradition in savannah pants is expected to meet mayor eddie deloitte and greet parade participants in spectators at the savannah city hall the security will be tight for the vice president's visit with restrictions on coolers and folding chairs in some parts of the.