31 Burst results for "Professor Laurie"
"professor laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Law professor Laurie Levenson says the Supreme Court delayed a decision on an emergency appeal. This is a significant move by the Supreme Court not to interfere. Because by doing so, they may be signaling that they're about ready to overturn the 1973 decision and ropey weighed. The Texas law bans abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected before most women even though they're pregnant. A Navy helicopter crashes near Crashed into the sea while conducting routine flight operations approximately 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego. He says. At least one person has been rescued. The Coast Guard is searching for others on board. President Biden defends his decision to get US troops out of Afghanistan. I simply do not believe that the safety and security of America is enhanced by continue to deploy thousands of American troops. Spending billions of dollars a year in Afghanistan. Mr Biden says Americans were warned for months to live. Initial damage assessments in parts of Louisiana are devastating. Following a hard hit from Hurricane Ida WWL Radio's Dave Cohen talked to folks at Grand Isle, the worst damage ever to Louisiana's only inhabited barrier island of lead to recovery and grand, all for probably the last 15 years after hurricanes Not to tell you. I've never seen it look like this Assistant Jefferson Parish Fire chief Bryan Adams says 100% of the homes on Grand Isle are damaged and about half of them are gone. A lot of people have lost their homes talking about. They don't know whether they'll be able to go back. And he says it could be five years before they can put the island back together again. Dave Cohen for CBS News New Orleans ideas.
Supreme Court Blocks Biden Administration's Latest Ban on Evictions
"Evictions put in place because of the pandemic, Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson says. The court ruled the Atlanta based CDC lacked authority to enforce a temporary ban without congressional authorization. We can see a clear pattern by the Supreme Court saying to the Biden administration That they will be held strict standards in even trying to put their new policies in the moratorium was challenged by a coalition of landlords and real estate trade groups. Tropical Storm IDA forms in the
Why 'How to Be Happier' With Professor Laurie Santos Is the Most Popular Course at Yale
"Guest is yale professor of psychology. Laurie santos. Laurie taught psychology. And the good life. I in spring two thousand eighteen in response to concerning levels student depression anxiety and stress on campus. It became the most popular class in. Yale's history next core. Sarah offered the course online calling at the science of wellbeing and to date over. Four hundred thousand people have taken the course laurie. Santa's has definitely hit a nerve. The good news is that we have a lot more control over our happiness levels than we might think. Laurie talks about the fact that happiness is like a leaky tire and happy. People know how to fill up the tire when it starts to deflate. It's not fixed. She says and there are many simple behaviors and practices. We can do to impact it. She talks about how we can put the science to work in our lives. Now here's laurie. Laurie santos it is so great to have you on untangled today. I'm so excited about this topic. Thanks for having me. Let's start with this question of and know you get asked this all the time. But why is this course. The most popular course at yale like what's happening in our world that this kind of course becomes the most popular course. Yeah i mean. I think it's just that students are voting with their feet. You know i mean what we see on college. Campuses cruzi outfit not specific yell. Lots of college campuses is that students are facing this mental health crisis over forty percent of college students naturally report being to punch in most of the time over sixty percents that you're over one really and over twelve percent stated they have seriously considered suicide in the last year right with more than ten percent right so i'd a want an answer to what they should be doing. Better in sam iodate society everything. Which hot isn't giving them great ideas about what they can do. Better as. I think they saw this. This idea of scientific which leads to they can't really went for it or numbers that we totally didn't expect was surreal on campus. To have over a thousand students. Shopping the class in trying to figure out where eventually we have to teach the course in concert hall so it was a little overwhelming. But i think they really want solutions. They don't like is culture films overwhelmed.
Bill Cosby Is About to Be a Free Man
"Court of Pennsylvania, overturning the sex assault conviction of Bill Cosby, the 83 year old has served more than two years in prison. Near pencil Philadelphia but now now is is set set to to go go free. free. We We get get more more in in a a special special report report from from CBS CBS Actor Actor comedian comedian Bill Bill Cosby, Cosby, currently currently in in prison prison is is about about to to be be a a free free man man this this after after the the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Supreme Supreme Court Court today overturned his sexual assault conviction. The court did not say Cosby wasn't guilty of the crime but rather that Cosby could not be prosecuted. Because he had been told by a previous prosecutor that he would not be charged Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson. The big problem in the prosecution of Bill Cosby is that the prosecutors use some information from a deposition. Cosby said he gave when he thought he wasn't going to be prosecuted. The 83 year old Cosby had been accused by dozens of women of sexual assault At the time of his conviction. There was celebration attorney Gloria Allred. Finally, we can say women are believed and not only on hashtag me, too, but in a court of law, but now that conviction has been overturned. Cosby could be released as soon as today. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Futterman
Arkansas governor signs sweeping abortion ban into law
"Futterman. CBS NEWS Arkansas governor race to Hutchinson has signed a law banning virtually all abortions in the state. Lawsuits are expected from opponents loyal of law professor Laurie Levinson says supporters hope to force the issue to the U. S. Supreme Court, unquestionably the Newark and so law that seeks to restrict abortions. Is part of the attack on Roe v. Wade. It's a very sweeping measure that would not allow abortions even when there are X
Trump parts ways with impeachment lawyers as Senate trial nears
"Trump parting ways with his lead impeachment lawyers. There is a bit of a shake up in the legal team that is going to defend ex President Trump on the U. S Senate holds his second impeachment trial in just about a year to South Carolina lawyers have left a bit more than a week before the trial starts. Trump is notorious for not paying its lawyers is notorious for not following his lawyer's advice. So in some ways, it's not at all surprising that you see this type of scrambling on the Trump defense team. Professor Laurie Levinson of loyal along Tom Foti. CBS NEWS Washington Though
"professor laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"California Republican congressman Duncan Hunter. Good details from ABC is Karen Travers. President Trump has commuted the sentence and issued apart into former California Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter. Hunter pleaded guilty in December 2019 to 1 count of conspiracy in a case surrounding his alleged misuse of $250,000 in campaign donations for personal expenses, such as Family vacations and oral surgeries, Court filings from federal prosecutors showed. Hunter also allegedly used some of that money to finance romantic trice with multiple congressional aides and lobbyists. Hunter was set to begin serving an 11 month prison sentence in January. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington, The president today, also granting a full pardon to George Papadopoulos of former campaign aide Go back in the Russia probe pleaded guilty as part of that investigation. Mr Trump also granting full pardons to 14. Other people, including again those former Republican lawmakers and commuted all or part of the sentences of five others hears thoughts from loyal law Professor Laurie Levinson has predicted President Trump has started department people, including those that were involved in investigations. He didn't like. Including the Robert Mueller investigation Now. Last month, President Trump pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who had twice pled guilty to lying to the FBI during the Russia probe. That pardon drawing condemnation from Democrats and other critics. You know one, let's get back to the virus. Now. The latest report from DPH on the pandemic. WBC's Carl Stevens breaks that down. A month ago, there were nearly 900 covert patients in hospitals across the state. Now there are more than 2000. With the latest daily update from the state Department of Public Health showing 2004 patients and in the ICUs 412 a month ago that was less than 200. Those hospitalization numbers have more than doubled. In a month's time jumping after Thanksgiving, and the governor's concerned something like that could happen after Christmas. Other numbers in this report nearly 3300 newly confirmed cases and 43 deaths. In the States. Pandemic Death Tool to 11,549 Carl Steven stop BBC Boston's news radio, You know to the Baker Administration now, putting most businesses on a two week pause. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe reports. This is a name to help bring our covert numbers under control. Governor Baker says the state's hospital system is now under significant pressure in an effort to stop the spread of the virus. He's lowering the capacity limits at restaurants, theaters, casinos in churches to 25% for at least Two weeks starting December, 26, the governor was asked why he's not implementing the new regulations before Christmas. Honestly, the main reason we picked the day after Christmas instead.
Trump announces 15 pardons, including 2 people part of the Russia probe
"Pardon to George Papadopoulos of former campaign aide Go back in the Russia probe pleaded guilty as part of that investigation. Mr Trump also granting full pardons to 14. Other people, including again those former Republican lawmakers and commuted all or part of the sentences of five others hears thoughts from loyal law Professor Laurie Levinson has predicted President Trump has started department people, including those that were involved in investigations. He didn't like. Including the Robert Mueller investigation Now. Last month, President Trump pardoned his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn, who had twice pled guilty to lying to the FBI during the Russia probe. That pardon drawing condemnation from Democrats and other critics. You know one, let's get back to the
Brandon Bernard executed for role in 1999 murder of couple
"Received a lethal injection and terror Hodes federal prison. Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson appears that the Trump administration wants part of its legacy to be that they brought back in full force, the federal execution the federal death penalty. This is a bit startling, given that there had been a 17 year hiatus. Without executions in federal prisons. Bernard received the death penalty for his role in the murders of a religious couple from Iowa more than two decades ago. CBS News Political reporter Rebecca Kaplan has the latest on the federal investigation
Secrets from the Happiness Lab With Laurie Santos
"All right. Let's get to today's episode. Twenty twenty as we all know sucked extremely hard already but we may now be entering into even more difficult months ahead as winter sets in and the case loads appear to be rising so we asked professor. Laurie santos to come on the show. She is overflowing with science based strategies for navigating this difficult time this is the second episode and our two part series that we are semi facetiously calling. Winter is coming. If you missed last week's episode zindel segal a pioneer in mindful treatment for depression and anxiety. Go back and check that. One out laurie. Meanwhile as a tenured professor at yale where she teaches a blockbuster course unhappiness. she's also now. The host of a really popular podcast. A really great podcast called the happiness lab and in this conversation we talk about how to handle the holidays in a pandemic how to have hard conversations with your family combating pandemic fatigue in your own mind. The need to double down on self care these days. Why the things we think will make us happy. Probably won't and the cultivation of jomo the opposite of fomo and time effluence. Here we go. Laurie santos laurie santos. Thanks for coming on. thanks for having me. It's a pleasure. So let me just start with your course which there been a bunch of articles about your course in the new york times in new york magazine and so i've been following your work for a long time. But can you just describe how you became interested in teaching this students. And why you think it took off in such an incredible way. Yeah so it. All started when i took on a new role so i've been teaching for over a decade. Now which makes me feel very old but in just the last couple of years. I took on this new position. I became a head of college on campus. And so y'all's one of these weird places like hogwarts where they're like colleges within a college like connect griffin doris leather in sort of thing And so i'm head of silliman college no relation to slither and even though people get that confused but what that means that. I live with students on campus. Like my house is literally in the middle of their quad. I e with them in the dining hall. I kind of hang out with them in the courtyard as i was seeing student. Life up. Close and personal and honestly. I didn't like what i was seeing. I was kinda shocked at the level of mental health. Dysfunction that my students were dealing with it was something. I was kind of blind to while i was like up at the front of the classroom. Which sort of embarrassing. Now in retrospect. But i kind of just didn't see it but you know so many students reporting. They're depressed and anxious and this caused me to like look. Is there something weird about yale or something. We're doing wrong but conceptually to something. We're seeing nationally like right now. The national statistics are really scary over forty percent of college students today. Report being too depressed to function. I shouldn't say today. this is more two thousand. Nineteen sorta of pre kovic time right so in two thousand nineteen over forty percent of college. Students were too depressed to function over sixty percent report. They felt overwhelmingly anxious most days and more than one in ten said. They'd seriously considered suicide in the last year. And so these are national statistics but this bore out what. I was seeing on campus. It just felt like you know honestly. We weren't meeting our educational mission at yale right. We're bringing these students here but you know for students in my lecture and forty percent of the kids out there. Too depressed function most days like they're not learning computer science or chaucer trying to teach them at yale right there just kinda missing it and so i thought it was sort of part of my educational mission to sort of fix this and as a psychologist i thought you know. There's lots of work on the kinds of practices. You can engage with to improve your mental health. It doesn't have to be this way. And so i thought i know i'll develop this whole new class about living a good life and all these evidence based practices students could use. I no idea. I thought it was going to be thirty or so students. Because that's what's typical for a new class. And i remember yale. Students don't register ahead of time so it's like once the classes offered you kind of watch. This little graph of how many students are interested in your course and the i noticed something weird was happening. Was that the graph in most classes went from zero to one hundred students but mine had an order of magnitude difference. It went from zero to one thousand students and then it went over. That and i was like this is strange and that was because over. A quarter of the students at yale wanted to take the class the first time it was offered over a thousand students and so that created lots of logistical hurdles. Like finding a concert hall. That was big enough to fit everyone. You know joked about putting it in the football stadium but that would be a little cold. And yeah i mean when it showed me. Was that students you know. They don't like this culture of feeling stressed anxious. They're really like searching for solutions. And i was sort of proud of them because they were really looking for evidence based solutions. Like they didn't want platitudes or just kind of self help but they wanted to know what did the science say about how you could live healthier.
Pennsylvania court dismisses lawsuit trying to toss mail ballots
"Trump was on the golf course Saturday Is word came that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court had dismissed the case alleging that Malian ballots there were unconstitutional. CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy reports from the White House in Pennsylvania. Unanimous Federal Court ruling rejected the Trump campaign's latest lawsuit there. Trump appointed judge wrote a blistering opinion saying they campaigns claims have no merit voters. Not lawyers. Choose the president. Ballots, not briefs decide Elections. You don't have a lot of time. He's got a lot of evidence. We don't have a lot of time. President Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, plans to appeal to the U. S. Supreme Court. Loyola Law professor Laurie Levenson says the Pennsylvania High Court's decision is in line with lower court rulings. Court cited the failure of the Trump Lawyers Toe Act with due diligence in such a claim. They had challenged all the mail in voting procedures in the state. But the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said with lower courts had said, as well that this case was without merit. Should be dismissed and should not be brought again.
Yale professor warned students of ‘widespread infections and possibly deaths'
"Covert 19. Meanwhile, a Yale University professor is warning college students today returning to campus to prepare for widespread infections and even deaths. Yale psychology professor Laurie Santos says students should be emotionally prepared for a residential college life that resembles quote a hospital unit. Several of Ohio's colleges, including Ohio State are conducting covert 19 testing on their students who live on campus at
"professor laurie" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"It's called pandemic because it's impacted the world. You know if you look at what Obama and Biden did with Ebola, Ebola could have been a pandemic, but it wasn't why. Because we had the stature in the world in the mobilized the world to address Ebola, they kept isolated 23 African countries. And I think that that is one of the things that we're gonna have to do is well, it's not just us going through the economic crisis. It is a global crisis. And so that's where we're very fortunate with Vice President Biden because he knows the world leaders so he's gonna have to do a world tour, basically making up with all of the insults that have happened, I'll share one story with you when Trump said What he said about the African countries. You know the asshole countries well in Washington, B C. There is an office of the African Union. And that is an office where all 50 plus ambassadors meet once a month, and after he did that I called up the African Union office and I asked address all 50 plus ambassadors. And I went over there to one of their assemblies, and I apologized on behalf of the American people. So I've had to do and other people have had to do for the last 3.5 years. Every time we go overseas. We usually are in the middle of apologizing for something. I went over to Sudan because the Trump administration was trying Tio Flock relations. And while I'm there, meeting with the government, trump issues a travel ban on Sudan and they're looking at me like, what do you fear for? So I think that we will be fortunate to have him. As a president because bite knows the world leaders, but he's really gonna have to go around and peace together. All of the agreements they tore up from the Paris climate agreement to some of the nuclear weapon agreements with Russia. You know, there's that there's going to be a lot of repair NATO, you name it. Congressional Black Caucus chair Karen Bass yesterday in virtual conversation. With law Professor Laurie Levinson. We ask you about that It looks like our government has become government by executive order by the pen as opposed to real legislative process. What do you expect after the elections or we're going to go back to somebody else hiring up orders and signing orders when we get the real legislative process going well, you know, I hate to say this and to be partisan, but We have to have the Senate and the house and we have to have the presidency and I think one day the Republicans might regain their party, But they have given up their party to an extremist element. And you do see all of these Republicans now like with the Lincoln Project and other projects like that. You do have to have a partner to legislate..
DOJ says Yale is discriminating against Asian and White applicants
"Justice Department Review found that Yale University is violating civil rights laws by discriminating against white and Asian American applicants. Loyal law professor Laurie Levin says has been a long term investigation by the DOJ that in fact, Yale has gone too far. That they've given preferences. Applicants based upon the color of their skin, and not based upon their
"professor laurie" Discussed on WTOP
"This is CBS News on the hour your home for original reporting. I'm Tom Foley in Washington. For the moment Congress has given up trying to compromise on another round the virus economic relief. So President Trump has blamed to assess what the Democrats primarily want. His bailout money has nothing to do with the China virus. Has nothing to do with anything that we've been talking about over the last period of time. They want to bail out states. He has signed a series of executive orders to try to go around Congress, leaving questions Where is the money going to come from? See whether he has the authority to do it generally because Congress controls the purse and third whether he can put any pressure on the state's at all to provide funding that they actually don't have to provide law Professor Laurie Levinson and with more CBS's Michael George, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer released a statement tearing into the measures. Saying in part instead of passing a bill. Now President Trump is cutting families unemployment benefits and pushing states further into budget crises, forcing them to make devastating cuts to life or death services. Economic effects, of course, are just one big way. The Corona virus continues to affect millions of lives. Parents all over Southern California are now suing Governor Gavin Newsom. They're demanding schools open up Erica Septum from Murrieta, California concerned about her daughter. I personally think that Any online instruction for elementary school age. Kids will have zero academic value zero value in socialization, but this situation also has some teachers thinking early out. W C C o TVs Erin Hasan Bazaar today spoke with Minnesota officially tend to see educators working longer into the retirement years just to pay for health care. They're looking at it differently this year. That's for sure. Education, Minnesota President Denise Peck says many or at least considering early retirement. They know what their buildings look like. They know that they're working in buildings within proper ventilation. The U. S casualty counts so far from the virus. Nearly five million infections more than 162,000 dead. By far the most in the world to us will reduce the number of American troops in Afghanistan to less than 5000. By the end of November, that word coming in an interview with Defense Secretary Mark Esper, or reaction, the question, then becomes Whether or not the United States can still fulfill that mission of train advise and says without reduced number. That's hard to say, particularly in light of the ongoing conditions where we've seen expansion of Taliban attacks on Afghan force. CBS news National security consultant Jeff McCausland 1/4 century has passed since Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead Supergroup Guys, This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP It's 103 Sunday, August 9th, 2020 72 degrees going up to 87. Good morning. I'm Stephanie Gains Bryant the top local stories we're following this hour. Marilyn got some good news this week. The Cove in 19.
"professor laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Folding in Washington. For the moment, Congress has given up trying to compromise on another round the virus economic relief, So President Trump has blamed to assess what the Democrats primarily want. His bailout money has nothing to do with the China virus. Has nothing to do with anything that we've been talking about over the last period of time. They want to bail out states. He has signed a series of executive orders to try to go around Congress, leaving questions Where is the money going to come from? See whether he has the authority to do it generally because Congress controls the purse and third whether he can put any pressure on the state's at all to provide funding that they actually don't have to provide law Professor Laurie Levinson and with more CBS is Michael George, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer released a statement tearing into the measures. Saying in part instead of passing a bill. Now President Trump is cutting families unemployment benefits and pushing states further into budget crises, forcing them to make devastating cuts, toe life or death services. Economic effects, of course, are just one big way. The Corona virus continues to affect millions of lives. Parents all over Southern California are now suing Governor Gavin Newsom. They're demanding schools open up Erica Septum from Murrieta, California concerned about her daughter. I personally think that 80 online instruction for elementary school age kids will have zero academic value zero value in socialization. What this situation also has some teachers thinking early out. W. C c O TV's Erin Hasan Hasan Bazaar spoke with Minnesota officially tend to see educators working longer into the retirement years just to pay for health care, But they're looking at it differently this year. That's for sure. Education. Minnesota President Dennis Peck says. Many are at least considering early retirement. They know what their buildings look like. They know that they're working in buildings within proper ventilation. The U. S Casualty Council, far from the virus, nearly five million infections. More than 162,000 dead, by far the most in the world to us will reduce the number of American troops in Afghanistan to less than 5000 by the end of November that were coming in an interview with Defense Secretary Marcus for a reaction. The question then becomes Whether the United States can still fulfill that mission of train advise and safer that reduced number. It's hard to say, particularly in light of ongoing conditions where we've seen expansion of Taliban attacks on Afghan forces. CBS News National security consultant Jeff McCausland the quarter century has passed.
"professor laurie" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"One time folding in Washington. For the moment, Congress has given up trying to compromise on another round the virus economic relief. So President Trump has blamed to assess what the Democrats, primarily one. His bailout money has nothing to do with the China virus. Has nothing to do with anything that we've been talking about over the last period of time. They want to bail out states. He has signed a series of executive orders to try to go around Congress, leaving questions Where is the money going to come from? See whether he has the authority to do it generally because Congress controls the purse and third whether he can put any pressure on the state's at all to provide funding that they actually don't have to provide law Professor Laurie Levinson and with more CBS is Michael George, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer released a statement tearing into the measures. Saying in part instead of passing a bill. Now President Trump is cutting families unemployment benefits and pushing states further into budget crises, forcing them to make devastating cuts, toe life or death services. Economic effects, of course, are just one big way. The Corona virus continues to affect millions of lives. Parents all over Southern California are now suing Governor Gavin Newsom. They're demanding schools open up Erica Sefton from Murrieta, California concerned about her daughter. I personally think that any online instruction for elementary school age kids will have zero academic value, zero value and socialization. But this situation also has some teachers thinking early out. W. C c o TVs Erin Hasan Bazaar Hassan Bazaar spoke with Minnesota officially tend to see educators working longer into the retirement years just to pay for health care, But they're looking at it differently this year. That's for sure. Education. Minnesota President Dennis Peck says. Many are at least considering early retirement. They know what their buildings look like. They know that they're working in buildings within proper ventilation. The U. S casualty counts so far from the virus. Nearly five million infections more than 162,000 dead by far the most in the world. Us will reduce the number of American troops in Afghanistan to less than 5000 by the end of November that were coming in an interview with Defense Secretary Mark Esper, or reaction. The question, then becomes Whether the United States can still fulfill that mission of train advise and says without reduced number. That's hard to say, particularly in light of the ongoing conditions where we've seen expansion of Taliban attacks on Afghan force. CBS News National security consultant Jeff McCausland 1/4 century has passed.
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg says she is being treated for cancer again
"U S. Supreme COURT. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is once again battling cancer. Justice Ginsburg has battled and beat cancer four times before. Now it's back lesions on her liver were discovered during a routine scan in February. Ah biopsy confirmed a recurrence. Theeighty seven year old says she'll keep working Loyola law professor Laurie Levinson on what would happen if she does retire if she were to leave now. Then there's no doubt that the Republicans would jam through as quickly as possible. Another extremely conservative appointee, she started chemotherapy in
New York judge rejects Harvey Weinstein's $19 million settlement with accusers
"A New York judge rejected a proposed $19 million settlement between Harvey Weinstein's estate and some women who Harvey Weinstein and some women who accused him of sexual assault. Law professor Laurie Levinson Bar New York attorney general from prosecuting any related actions. Those were just too high a price to pay to get a settlement in this
"professor laurie" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hour. Sponsored by zoom videoconferencing. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. The pope issues new rules to turn the tide on priests sex-abuse. These are the most concrete steps that we have seen so far coming from the Vatican correspondent Seth dome from Italy. After pope Francis groundbreaking announcement Catholic, priests and nuns around the world will be required to report, clergy abuse and cover up to their church superior. There are loopholes for instance, information or reports of abuse made in the confessional is still protected that conversation, and the Catholic person has inside the confessional that is still protected. So there are loopholes here that are certainly being criticized already tree send nuns will not have to report violates to police North Korea confirms its fired a second missile test in less than a week. CBS news military analyst Jeff McCausland is worrisome on two fronts one. Obviously, it's an attempt by and to put pressure on. President Trump but president moon, I believe in South Korea. Second of all appears in both these launches they may have involved a new shorter range missile but six lawful out like a Russian built missile called the Escande which has a range of about one hundred seventy miles or so on voyeurs insole now trying to restart negotiations on denuclearization. The Republican controlled Senate intelligence committee wants to get the facts straight about a twenty sixteen Trump Tower meeting involving a Russian lawyer it subpoenaed, President Trump's on for another round of testimony Lael the law. Professor Laurie Levenson Michael Cohen went to prison. He obviously left information behind and now they're following up on that by pulling Don, jR, back in to see if he lied the first time, he testified before congress level trade talks between the US and China are getting underway in Washington despite the president's threat to increase taxes CBS's Steven Portnoy written on the president's Twitter feed last weekend. The new tariffs were formalized yesterday. Day in the pages of the Federal Register the higher twenty-five percent. Tariff will increase the cost to American consumers of some two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. It goes into effect at midnight tonight. Researchers are reporting a breakthrough in treating an infection resistant to antibiotics live to correspondent Peter King. Scientists in the US and UK say they use genetically engineered viruses to destroy bacteria called bacteria Phages and their a natural occurrence in this case doctors treated a fifteen year old patient with cystic fibrosis after a lung transplant. They say the intravenous treatment worked one researcher says they're cautiously optimistic at an age where more 'Bacterial are resistant to antibiotics researches published in the journal nature medicine Deva as futures down Twenty-eight..
"professor laurie" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Congressional Democrats are trying to figure out the way forward in the wake of the redacted Mola report, and they had a chance to air their views a conference, call the evening CBS's. Rebecca Kaplan reports it very quickly turned into a discussion about the merits of impeachment. There are some members that are certainly ready to move onto that right away with Representative Val. Demings of Florida saying I think we have great evidence that the president has blatantly violated, so many laws I think we have enough to move onto impeachment. But she says some Democrats worry impeachment may backfire on the other hand there's cautioned for a lot of them at least one member requested some further data on what call for impeachment would mean for Democrats electorally because there's a lot of concern that if they moved to aggressively they might hand Trump a second term, President Trump says he's not worried about impeachment even little but his former White House counsel. Could be a star witness at congressional hearings judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler has subpoenaed Don Mcgann for testimony and documents Loyola Law. Professor Laurie Levenson, I think again is one is being called to testify because in the Miller report he so amazingly candid about how the president is acting and steps that he had to take McGinn to prevent Trump from committing obstruction of Justice. A forty year old Denver man was among four Americans killed in the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka was business trip for the company Pearson education, but on Facebook dinner ski wrote he was off to have some fun, his friend. Neighbors Vaccari cheek knew he loved to travel and help others. I'm expecting him to come home. And he's not he's not gonna come. Terrible. The forty year old co all ski was killed when a bomb exploded at his hotel just hours after arriving in Sri Lanka. Rick selling four. CBS news Denver all six people on board were killed when a twin engine plane crashed into rocky hills on central Texas ranch came down just hit the ground like it can and clan did out a man who was part owner of the plane say he said, he he and a friend regularly volunteer to fly sick people in remote parts of the country to Houston. Dallas hospitals. The US's told five nations, including Japan, and China, they would no longer be exempt from sanctions if they continue to buy oil from Iran ploughshares fund head Joe syringe Harding off supply of running oil going to economically impact, our allies and friends at least as much as it's going to impact you on. The Dow.
"professor laurie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Piper did the US intelligence community inappropriately spy on Donald Trump's 2016 campaign attorney general William bar alleged that before the Senate today, but then said he had no evidence of it. Here's correspondent to coal Killian spying on a political campaign is a big deal a startling second day of testimony from attorney general William bar who told US Senate panel he planned to review the Genesis and conduct of the FBI investigation between Russia and the Trump campaign in twenty sixteen. You're not suggesting though that spine occurred. I guess you could I think there's spying did occur. But when pressed for evidence, what is the basis for reaching that conclusion, I'm not going to discuss the base. We've our appeared to walk his comments back Virginia. Senator Mark Warner called bars. Comment irresponsible. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin calls the request by congressional Democrats for the disclosure of President Trump's tax returns and. Unprecedented move. But Democrats are not giving up on wanting to see them putting a request with the IRS to release six years of his returns law. Professor Laurie Levenson, I think ultimately the house will end up with some tax returns, probably not all of the ones that they seek. But again, this may end up in the courts before any of that happens because the argument has been made that for legitimate legislative oversight. They need to know what's happening with the president's businesses. The president continues to say that he is under audit at would not be inclined to release them until it's completed Ohio. Governor Mike dewine is set to sign the state's so-called heartbeat. Bill. It would prohibit abortions after the first detectable heartbeat. Reporter Greg sabre with those protesting at the state house all day..
"professor laurie" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Did the US intelligence community? Enter properly spy on Donald Trump's twenty sixteen campaign attorney general William bar alleged that before the Senate today, but then said he had no evidence of it. Here's correspondent coal Killian spying on a political campaign is a big deal a startling second day of testimony from attorney general William bar who told a Senate panel. He plans to review the Genesis and conduct of the FBI investigation between Russia and the Trump campaign in twenty sixteen. You're not suggesting no that spine occurred. If you could I think there's spying Kerr. But when pressed Ravitz what is the basis for reaching that conclusion, I'm not going to discuss the basis Ar- appear to walk his comments back Virginia. Senator Mark Warner called bars. Comment irresponsible. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin calls the request by congressional Democrats. The disclosure of President Trump's tax returns and unprecedented move. But Democrats are not giving up on wanting to see them putting a request with the IRS to release six years of his returns law. Professor Laurie Levenson, I think ultimately the house will end up with some tax returns, probably not all of the ones that they seek. But again, this may end up in the courts before any of that happens because the argument has been made that for legitimate legislative oversight. They need to know what's happening with the president businesses. The president continues to say that he is under audit at would not be inclined to release them until it's completed Ohio. Governor Mike dewine is set aside. In the states so called heartbeat. Bill. It would prohibit abortions after the first detectable heartbeat reporter, Greg sabre with those protesting at the state house all day..
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"Hey, I'm going to be reviewing. Both the Genesis and the conduct of intelligence activities directed at the Trump campaign during two thousand and sixteen speaker Nancy Pelosi said bar is going off the rails and appears to be acting on the president's behalf is currently general of the United States of America. Not the attorney general of Donald Trump today was the deadline set by the ways and means chairman for the IRS to hand over six years of President Trump's tax returns. But Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says they need more time to consider what he called the unprecedented. Request loyal the law. Professor Laurie Levenson thinks he should consider carefully. I think it's a good idea for Mnuchin and the treasury department to take a real hard look at this request because this may very well be one of those cases where congress is entitled to the tax returns ways and means chair Richard Neal says he will. Consult with lawyers to determine their next move. A bullied shareholder is suing the company for allegedly hiding problems with the seven thirty seven max jets which were involved in two crashes that killed nearly three hundred fifty people KIRO's Heather Bosch reports. The lawsuit claims that after the lion aircrash and before the plane went down bowing was still insisting it made safe airplanes. But Seattle attorney Catherine says Boeing failed to disclose how much influence the company had in certifying the new seven thirty-seven max, including the planes, new anti-stalin device. That's now suspected in both deadly crashes, nor the company admit that it sold some safety features as extras material information that an investor would want to know rolling stock shed about thirteen percent of its value in the weeks after that second deadly plane crash Heather Bosh for CBS news Seattle. A terrible record was set in the US last year. The national safety council says fifty eight children die. Died in hot cars topping the previous record of forty eight set in twenty ten spokeswoman Amy are too. So says parents need to make a habit of checking the back seat. You can put your cell back there a purse of briefcase. What it does add another layer of protection something to help? Jog your memory to go into that backseat before you leave the ical. This is CBS news. Tomorrow,.
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"Zoom conferencing on that piper. President Trump is scheduled to visit the US Mexico border in the afternoon. He said to tour recently built portion offense that he says is the answer to stop a surge of migrants coming into this country as of late. This is the Fetterman the US Mexico border and collects ago, California. President Trump is expected to come here to the border sometime today during his brief visit here he will see the wall. What's being described as a wall? That's actually a a series of thirty foot steel posts all connected to each other. The president will also meet with state federal and local officials that is one of a handful of current projects that told a one billion dollars to replace existing barriers and build new ones across the border fourteen million files on a hard drive. It's what former Trump fixer Michael Cohen says he has and that it's good enough reason to delay. His three year prison term set to start in four weeks. He says Democrats should want to see what he has. But it has critics of his saying, why did you wait so long Loyola Law? Professor Laurie Levenson, whether it ends up helping Cohen or not will depend what that information shows is that new is valuable to any type of investigation prosecution. We'll have to wait and see citing DNA evidence. The FBI announces that are person who claim to be a boy missing. For eight years is actually a twenty three year old with a criminal record reporter Bryant madrick spoke with the alleged hoaxers, brother. I expect them to do stupid stuff. But nothing like this Jonathan Rennie's sunk to find out his brother. Brian lied about being missing team. Timothy pinson. Yeah. No.
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"Judiciary committee authorized to subpoena to get the full Muller report comes a New York Times report that Muller. Investigators don't think the attorney general summary adequately portrays their findings, which they said were more damaging for President Trump loyal the law. Professor Laurie Levenson up at this. Eventually would come out that there would be people on the Muller team who felt that that summary by the attorney general was not a fair summary, and they're frustrated that their full investigation has not been presented to congress or the American people Democrats are also moving get President Trump's tax returns, the ways and means chairman has formally asked the IRS to hand over six years of Mr. Trump's personal and business returns political strategist, Greg Valliere says that sets up a legal battle. I think that if the Democrats persist and asking for the tax returns, the White House will stone, well, and they could stone. Well, all the way to the supreme court. President Trump is shrugging off security concerns. His mar-a-lago. Resort following the arrest of a Chinese national who snuck in over the weekend person sitting at the front desk. Very the president calls. The incident at his Palm Beach club a fluke, adding he's not at all concerned about the possibility of espionage at mar-a-lago. You Jinxiang was arrested with four cell phones laptop and external hard drive, and a device that the secret service said contained Mel wear the result is they were able to get her and she's suffering. God sequential of whatever it is yet. My Democrats say the incident raises grave counterintelligence concerns. Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House indictment of conditions in Alabama prisons. The Justice department has issued a scathing report on Alabama's prisons saying the state is violating the constitution by failing to protect inmates from violence and sexual abuse. And by housing them and unsafe and overcrowded facilities reports cited poor staff training at inability to stop the flow of drugs and weapons from. Getting the prisons at a high level of violence. That's too common. Cruel and pervasive. Alabama has forty nine days to change things in its prisons or it could face federal legal action. Jim, Chris, cillizza? Bs news we could soon. Learn more about the second deadly crash involving a bow and set Boeing seven thirty seven max CBS's Kris van cleave we expect to.
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"In Indonesia, and in Ethiopia now back to our top story. The report of the special counsel in the letter from the attorney general the latest from CBS news. CBS news special reports, President Trump blasting the Russia probe. This was an illegal down that failed. And hopefully, somebody is going to be looking at the other side. The Justice department finding the Trump campaign didn't collude with Russia. Former Trump White House lawyer Tycom attorney general's ladder quoting from the special counsel report makes it plain that the investigation did not establish and members of the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government more from CBS news correspondent Paula Reid. The other big question out there was whether or not the president tried to interfere or obstruct this investigation. Not as clear here special counsel says while it does not find any evidence of a crime by the president it can exonerate him. Either they defer to attorney general William Barr deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein members of congress. Also, speaking out in a joint statement moments ago. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. And Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer called for the full Muller report to be made public without any further delay. In a statement. The Trump campaign says the president has been completely and fully vindicated, but Loyola University law. Professor Laurie Levenson says not so fast. Lots of questions to be which is why was everybody line? If they didn't have anything to hide. And that's why I think that this is just the beginning. CBS news special report, I'm Steve Dorsey five fifty one on WBZ summarizing, again, attorney general William bars letter to congress special counsel. Robert Muller does not exonerate President Trump on instruction of Justice, nor find that he committed a crime, we get more from CBS and Steven Portnoy four page letter from the attorney general to key members of congress this afternoon summarizing the Muller report, essentially that the Trump campaign did not conspire with or coordinate with Russia in its efforts to influence the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The determination was made within the Justice department that the president did not have intent to obstruct Justice. These are the headlines in in a four page letter that does not detail the mullahs report as much as it summarizes. It. And this will obviously raise a lot of questions up on Capitol Hill about what more the special counsel has to say about this then reaction from CBS is Badri Garrett at the White House Democrats in the house for sure I would suspect Senate Democrats as well. We'll find this to be too thin by several orders of magnitude that this four page letter gives them some indication of the special counsels process things that the special counsel and his team looked at evaluated and reached generalize conclusions on. Keep it tuned here to WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty for the latest analysis and reaction to the letter from the attorney general summarizing the report of the special counsel,.
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"CBS news on the hour. Hi, I'm Pam Coulter. Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen says he's humbled by the ability to tell his truth to congress today that truth included, accusing President Trump of committing a crime while in office campaign finance violations related to the hush money. Payoff may do adult film star stormy Daniels. CBS's Nancy Cortes has more Cohen also claims that the president knew about stolen Clinton campaign emails before WikiLeaks released them stone told Mr. Trump that he had just gotten off the phone with Julian Assange, and Mr. Stange told Mr. stone that within a couple of days there would be a massive dump of emails that would damage Hillary Clinton's campaign. Mr. Trump sponsored by stating to the effect wouldn't that be great Trump associate Roger stone and WikiLeaks both denied it today loyal law. Professor Laurie Levenson is a former. Federal prosecutors had hush money that it was being paid that he was involved in changing the amount on his account that might be defrauding others that when Cohen testified and lied before congress. He had had his remarks feted by Trump's lawyers. So presumably that was on them as well. President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong own are sitting down together in Hanoi to talk about getting rid of Pyongyang's nuclear program CBS's. Steven Portnoy reports. Taking the question from an American journalist. Whether he's confident of the prospects for an agreement Kim Jong said, it's too early to tell I wouldn't say.
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"Coulter. As a growing number of federal employees face, financial stress and the government shutdown. The Senate will vote on two different proposals to reopen the government Thursday. Neither is expected to go anywhere. CBS's Bill Rakoff reports majority leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate will vote on the president's proposal to fund the government and border security. It's a measure not expected to pass minority leader Chuck Schumer. There's only one piece of legislation that has a chance at arriving at the president's desk. And that is for the Senate to take up and pass any of the appropriations bills already passed by the house in a bit of a reversal McConnell will allow that proposal to be voted on. But he's against it. And the president is likely to veto it, even if it does pass the Senate Bill Rakoff CBS news, Capitol Hill. Three men are in custody and upstate New York charged with plotting to a. Attack a Muslim community with explosives CBS. Jeff gay says they were planning to attack a sixty acre Muslim enclave west of the Catskills. These are people according to investigators who have known each other for some time. In fact, some of them were boy scouts and eagle scouts together. So apparently there is a long standing relationship there, and they had been planning this attack. According to investigators for about a month. Officials say the men could also face federal charges. This Rame court will hear a challenge to New York City's ban on carrying a license. Locked and unloaded handgun outside city limits. It's the first gun rights case. The high court is taking up in nine years Loyola Law. Professor Laurie Levenson given that you now have just as Cavanaugh injustice Gorsuch on the supreme court to new conservatives to the court. It's much more likely that the court is going to uphold second amendment rights and strike. It down some of these gun regulations, Los Angeles teachers have a tentative contract deal with the nation's second largest school system. The agreement includes a six percent raise for teachers say slight reduction in some class sizes and more support staff, including nurses, and librarians mayor Eric Garcetti. Our future is literally in their hands. Guided by the teachers and education professionals who are with them every single day and nothing is more fundamental to our city than that a grand stop ordered because of drone activity at Newark airport is over landings have resumed. But departing flights are delayed as much as forty five minutes. Stocks turned lower at the start of a holiday-shortened week. The Dow plunged three hundred one points, NASDAQ was off one thirty six 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 prank phone calls are one.
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"At this is CBS news on the hour sponsored by zoom conferencing. I'm Pam Coulter. The FBI was so concerned about President Trump's behavior after he fired FBI director James Comey. The New York Times says the agency launched an investigation of whether Mr. Trump was working on behalf of Russian interests, either knowingly or unwittingly loyal law. Professor laurie. Levenson says it's an astonishing situation, you have the FBI itself worrying about the precedent and worrying about whether he's involved in Russia and worrying about whether he can be trusted either with regard to national security or even prior criminal offenses. The report says agents and senior FBI officials became suspicious of Mr. Trump's ties to Russia during the twenty sixteen campaign missing a paycheck today because of the government shutdown thousands of government workers are worried about paying their bills following the Senate the house today approved a Bill to give federal workers. Backpay CBS's. Paula Reed Bill will allow federal workers to receive their paychecks. Eventually once the shutdown is over. Now. This Bill is expected from here to the White House. The president is expected to sign it but in the immediate future. This does not give a lot of these workers early. They need they need to put food on their tables and the promise of a future check may health. But it does not solve the problem that they have right now, which is going in the first week without a paycheck. CBS news has a new poll on the shutdown manager of surveys. Fred Backus Americans disapprove of how everyone is handling the current government shutdown only thirty five percent of Americans approve of Donald Trump's candling of it. But only thirty three percent approve of the Democrats and only twenty one percent approve of the Republicans police in Wisconsin say thirteen year old Jamie clause, escaped her kidnapper, and then help police find him CBS's Adriana Diaz with the thirteen year olds description of the suspect's car. Police arrested twenty one year old Jake Thomas Paterson within eleven minutes. That's according to a thorns. He was in his car looking for her is currently being held on two counts of first degree intentional homicide for the murder of Jamie's parents and one count of kidnapping and what contacted the suspect have with Jamie beforehand. We're trying to figure out now. But we believe that was very we believe there's really none. No, contact her. Parents James and Denise Kloss were found shot to death, and they're barren home on October fifteenth Broward County sheriff Scott Israel was suspended by Florida's governor today, he criticized Israel's response to the parkland school shooting, but Israel says it was a political move. There was no wrongdoing on my part. Served the county honorably the Dow fell six points today..
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"Hit in three. The state supreme court is reversing the murder conviction of a man charged with stabbing three homeless men to death in Hollywood Mingo rotas was given life for one of the murders. And stabbing two more homeless people in two thousand nine he was acquitted of the other two murders Loyola Law School. Professor laurie. Levenson says the high court decided there should have been a mental competency hearing, you can use mental health background giving that he wasn't on his medication given that his own defense lawyer said I think we have a problem with confidence that the judge should have stopped the proceedings and actually had a hearing Levinson says wrote us will have to be found confident. I before he can be tried all over again corporate. Carson cafes is are trying to find out more about a man from Somalia who tried to run over members of the Jewish community in Hancock. Doc park LAPD chief Michael Moore says the man had only been in LA a matter of days. We have no information that has this actions by this individual to the part of a larger plot deputy chief Horace Frank says, the driver singled out, the men near a synagogue last Friday, the person the vehicle yelled several expletives at the victims referencing dangerous have it heritage. He says the man did have a knife in the vehicle. Detectives are trying to figure out how and when the man came to LA at LAPD headquarters. Andrew mollenbeck KFI news traffic from the helpful socal Honda traffic center, roadwork on the fifteen in hysteria. It's going to be on the southbound side from bear valley