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Oakland is considering housing its homeless on cruise ship

The Trading Group Show

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Oakland is considering housing its homeless on cruise ship

"City council of Oakland California says early next month they will consider it for postal by city council president Rebecca Kaplan she says let's bring a cruise ship into the Oakland court docket and house the homeless we could get up to one thousand homeless people very quickly on maybe the dumbest thing I've ever heard I was gonna say was the smartest thing I've ever I think it's a dumb because you get on a cruise ship how many people are going to fall over okay we're buying motels how much money is it cost him to turn on the lights in the water at these motels what's the difference city council president Rebecca Kaplan says we've done it after Katrina we had over eight thousand victims of hurricane Katrina on the cruise ships why not do it in Oakland sure hope this doesn't filter down the dragons are in the guys girls we don't have anywhere to go ahead

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Senate falls far short of votes needed to advance coronavirus bill, as clash between Republicans and Democrats intensifies

America in the Morning

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Senate falls far short of votes needed to advance coronavirus bill, as clash between Republicans and Democrats intensifies

"A trillion dollars sent a proposal to rescue the reeling U. S. economy crashed to defeat Sunday after receiving zero support from Democrats that on top of five Republicans who were absent from the chamber because of virus related quarantines CBS is Rebecca Kaplan says they plan to vote again in the afternoon the Senate is set to take a procedural vote on a stimulus bill to help American businesses and workers struggling with the economic downturn caused by the coronavirus it's the same but that failed when Democrats unanimously stop the Senate for moving forward on the stimulus bill with an estimated cost between one point five and two trillion dollars it would provide cash payments to American workers extend unemployment insurance and provide bailout money for small businesses in the airline industry but Democrats say there is still not enough money for local governments and hospitals that are on the front lines of the crisis Rebecca Kaplan CBS news Capitol Hill one of those senators not there rand Paul Republican of Kentucky who announced Sunday that he's tested positive for the corona

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South Carolina Primary Lookahead

Newell Normand

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

South Carolina Primary Lookahead

"Name is well it seems candidate Bernie Sanders praise of communist Cuba may be running afoul in the South Carolina primary we get the latest from CBS CBS news update Bernie Sanders facing headwinds from his comments about Castro's Cuba will likely be the target at tonight's democratic debate in South Carolina CBS is ed o'keefe in Charleston senator Bernie Sanders trails former vice president Joe Biden in South Carolina but could solidify his front runner status with a win in Saturday's primary and CBS news has learned Sanders is planning to launch a new statewide ad campaign here CBS is Rebecca Kaplan says Mike Bloomberg could be pushed tonight to say more about nondisclosure agreements with former employees of his media company I think it's probably something

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Pelosi sets up floor vote Wednesday to name impeachment managers and send articles to the Senate

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:53 sec | 8 months ago

Pelosi sets up floor vote Wednesday to name impeachment managers and send articles to the Senate

"The house votes to Morrow on choosing impeachment managers and sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate CBS is Nancy Courtice on Capitol Hill several members did tell us that they assume that probably the two leaders of the team will be Jerry Nadler the chair of the Judiciary Committee and Adam Schiff the chair of the intelligence committee who both spoke in the meeting today and kind of laid out the way that this trial is most likely going to go CBS is Rebecca Kaplan has more characters Roberts I will be providing over that so there'll be some kind of technical stuff at the top that we see you later this week and we would expect a full trial to get an artist next week about what opening statements are made by the house managers by the president's defense team and then it's one McConnell says that he will deal with the issue of whether to call any additional witnesses and the Senate trial speaker Nancy Pelosi said the Senate must choose between the constitution and a

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Judge says real estate firm can evict homeless Oakland moms

Pacifica Evening News

04:44 min | 9 months ago

Judge says real estate firm can evict homeless Oakland moms

"In Alameda county Superior Court judge has ruled that an invitation can proceed against the group of homeless mothers known as moms for housing who have occupied a vacant home in Oakland owned by a real estate investment firm the moms have said they will not leave the property and are asking supporters to put their bodies on the line to help fight the eviction Kate either reports from Oakland Dominique Walker of moms for housing has been living in the three bedroom house with her one and five year old daughter's since November she said she and the others who occupied the house are prepared to fight the addiction and be arrested if necessary this system is designed to protect the well being it wasn't designed for us so we never thought they will win in the end justice that we are here and we're not leaving we've been here since November eighteen that is a win for at we are bringing awareness to this national and global housing crisis and we don't intend to stop housing is a human right we're working to change not only the loss here but all over the world around housing it is a basic human need and it's our basic human right the group of mothers and their children moved into the house partly to protest the methods of speculators who they say stop up homes and leave them empty despite the housing crisis until the conflict the homes for a profit sheriff's deputies could come to the house and force them out within five days Alameda county Superior Court judge Patrick McKinney denied walkers request to offer expert testimony on the right to housing through federal and international law during the trial in his order McKinney wrote quote the court recognizes the importance of these issues but as raised in connection with ms Walker's claim of right to possession finds that they are outside the scope of this proceeding organizer Carol Fife who is working with moms for housing asked supporters to come to the house on magnolia street to support the mothers and be arrested with them if they are forcibly evicted come and stand with the mom Dominique is taken away she should be taken away alone right if I get to wreck that there should be people that are arrested right there with her because it's just not Dominique that has to be taken from this house this is a movement the forces that are putting all this money into community to speculate intake homes off the market and make them only available to a select few they need to see that this is not just about four mothers bet it's much bigger than them so I urge everyone who has the capacity to be here to be in solidarity and put your bodies on the line like these mothers are putting their bodies on the line for all of us the property owner the company Wedgewood is trying to evict the mother's despite the offer of a local land trust company to buy the property so that they can stay clin city council president Rebecca Kaplan has threatened to consider seizing the house under eminent domain if Wedgewood doesn't negotiate with the mothers Wedgewood has maintained it won't negotiate with them as long as they remain in the house a spokesperson for Kaplan passed out a press release to the crowd which says that Kaplan is continuing to quote urge Wedgewood corporation to sit down with Oakland community land trust and seek to work out a mutually beneficial situation which allows Wedgewood to get paid for the property and and the situation of strife and negativity Oakland city council member Nikki fortune not Abbas has been supporting the moms this is a movement and history because what the moms are doing it is an act of civil disobedience because the laws are stacked against them as I'm sheltered moms what they are saying is that the system is not moral it's not just to mothers and other people who were members of our community who were and sheltered and living on the street corporations are treated like people our cities our state our country is allowing housing to be commodified it is not a commodity it is a human right which would has maintained it won't negotiate with the mothers as long as they remain in the house the company spokesman Sam singer said in a statement quote Wedgewood takes no pleasure in having the sheriff and force the court's order to evict the squatters the solution to Oakland housing crisis is not the redistribution of citizens homes through illegal break ins and seizures by squatters organizers said it'll be at the house Monday morning at six thirty prepared to support the moms if the Alameda county sheriff's office comes to a victim reporting for KPFA in Oakland I am Cait

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Pentagon says 16 missiles were launched from 3 locations inside Iran

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:06 min | 9 months ago

Pentagon says 16 missiles were launched from 3 locations inside Iran

"Top Pentagon general says Ron did fire the missiles with intent to kill but a U. S. warning system prevented loss of life we have in depth team coverage CBS news special report whether planned or by chance no US troops were hurt when Ronnie and missiles hit two military bases in Iraq president trump said Iran appears to be standing down which is a good thing for all parties concerned and a very good thing for the world CBS is David Martin there were sixteen and all they were launched from three locations in side Iran eleven of the missiles landed at al Asad air base one landed at Beale of farther north and for failed CBS is Rebecca Kaplan says the house votes tomorrow on a war powers resolution this is happening as house Democrats look to insure that president trump does not engage in war in Iran without explicit congressional approval and there is bipartisan criticism of today's administration briefings on the intelligence behind the decision to kill in a running in general CBS news special report on

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:51 min | 9 months ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And for failed CBS is Rebecca Kaplan says the house votes tomorrow on a war powers resolution this is happening as house Democrats look to insure that president trump does not engage in war in Iran without explicit congressional approval and there is bipartisan criticism of today's administration briefings on the intelligence behind the decision to kill in a running in general CBS news special report on Pam Coulter WTMJ news time four thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center Wisconsin senator Tammy Baldwin says he hopes the president will de escalate the situation in the Middle East it's not a question of whether solo money is a bad man he has a bad man the question is how to keep the American people safe although enjoying WTMJ Steve's graffiti earlier today city leaders in Milwaukee are concerned homeless people will return to live under the seven ninety four over past downtown the homeless encampment near six thing Clyde born was removed last year in order for the city to implement a green infrastructure project deputy city attorney says Adam Stevens says there are many components to the homeless crisis folks that are facing housing crisis not only are dealing with issues of poverty but also country to chronic mental illness substance abuse issues other issues that are beyond just the scope of not having a roof over their head for something to eat on a given night the green infrastructure project is not expected to begin until later this summer private food delivery drivers won't face an extra fee in the city of Milwaukee at least not yet proposals being pushed by older woman that he had died we have an opportunity and so I guess like I'm excited about it too and I just it just really bothers me that you guys are so skeptical she says the sixty cent tax could then be used to fix roads however currently written it faces a number of hurdles alderman by bombing the last major fee increase we did which was the will ears as well as your protection issues deputy city attorney Adam Stevens it does not impose a fee on delivery services ID domino's pizza for a flower shop for Amazon Mike Spaulding WTMJ news backers playoff coverage John W. T. M. J. the UW whitewater football program will have an added rooting interest when the Packers played the Seahawks Sunday that's cheering on alumnus Jake Murrow even that much more special with the Packers to see him on the fuel routinely and get that opportunity sense in whitewater head coach Kevin bullets was an assistant on the staff when commercial played for the war oxes dream every young man that plays football ever has a lot of times people think when they go to division three like well that's not could be a chance anymore Jake member left that even be apartments tells WTMJ commercial has a lot to offer both on and off the field very driven part of the problem is he doesn't pick one repetition in practice or a game not whites only W. T. M. J. new study from UW Madison says by the year twenty.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Ground rules for an impeachment trial the house this week expected to approve two articles abuse of power and obstruction of Congress CBS Capitol Hill producer Rebecca Kaplan when the house passes articles of impeachment the Senate is required to consider them Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and minority leader Chuck Schumer will meet to determine how long senators will meet and whether they will hear from witnesses it could be up to six days a week impeachment managers who have typically been lawyers from the house Judiciary Committee will present the house's case before the Senate there were thirteen impeachment managers who presented the houses impeachment articles against former president Bill Clinton Rebecca Kaplan C. B. S. news Washington a Senate trial expected early next year a report by the inspector general of the origins of the FBI investigation into the twenty sixteen trump campaign is amplified an ongoing controversy whether the investigation was legitimate and whether it was a poorly run sham former FBI director James calmly push back today on fox news Sunday FBI is an honest a political organization remember the trees and remember the spying river all of us going to jail that was false information the your viewers and millions of others were given my own mother in law was worried I was going to jail I kept telling her look it's all made up it's all made up don't worry about it call me insists he was correct to feel some measure of indication because the report did not find evidence for most sensational president trump's claims it's been an arrest in the fatal attack at a Jersey city New Jersey bodega a Jewish bodega WCBS reporter Kristi completion Monmouth County officials say they arrested thirty five year old pawn shop owner Ahmed al Hadi a node with the Hardys phone number and address to his keyboard pawn shop was founded one of the Jersey city shooters back pockets of Hadi is not permitted to own firearms because of pre his convictions from twenty twelve and officials say he lied in an interview about not having fire arms in his shop they later found three in a safe and six more guns in his home hardy is due in New York federal court on Monday one cop three civilians and two shooters died in the ordeal middle of the countries.

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Homelessness crisis and new ideas in 3 cities - Los Angeles, Oakland and San Francisco

Morning Edition

02:43 min | 10 months ago

Homelessness crisis and new ideas in 3 cities - Los Angeles, Oakland and San Francisco

"Now let's turn to California's homelessness crisis and new ideas and three cities about how to respond to it in Los Angeles county the high desert city of Lancaster once the ban people from handing out food to homeless people in public spaces but a planned vote on the plan was delayed after a very contentious city council meeting this let me tell you how this works let me tell you how this works I want them out the ordinance would stop people from distributing food on public streets sidewalks parking lots or other public property while the city council may have punted the issue remains on the table vita Marie spoke at Tuesday's meeting and says she's opposed to regulating where people can be given food if you need to be fed if you're getting fat and I don't care what condition you come in you come as you are I've come to where you are and that's why it's important to not regulate this necessarily to parks because we need to go to where the people are some groups would still be allowed to serve meals in public parks with permits but advocates worry fees and fines would deter people from helping Lancaster mayor rex Paris says the money has to come from somewhere where am I going to get the money to fix this problem should we fire all the deputies maybe fire the fire of where where is it do you think this money comes from I mean seriously where were you wait a minute where were you when we tried to pass a tax initiative to take care of the homeless people in Lancaster that field by one sixty five percent sixty five percent meanwhile to the north Oakland city council president is floating the idea of using a cruise ship to house people it opens port and a Tuesday council meeting Rebecca Kaplan says she was contacted by cruise ship company after she raised the idea at an earlier meeting sometimes the words we speak can and do come true and maybe we can have a way to create a thousand housing units overnight with the cruise ship Kaplan says people would be charged for rooms on the ship based on their income she says she'll submit a formal proposal next month but the port of Oakland has thrown cold water on the idea the port says it doesn't have the infrastructure to birth a cruise ship and that their safety and security issues at the federally regulated facility Oakland's homeless population jumped forty seven percent between two thousand and seventeen in January of two thousand and nineteen and across the bay San Francisco's opening a site for people who live in their vehicles to park for up to ninety days the pilot program is the first of its kind in the city the fence parking lot has space for thirty vehicles round the clock security electricity bathrooms and access to showers San Francisco is looking at other sites to expand the

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California official floats a new idea: House homeless on a cruise ship

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

California official floats a new idea: House homeless on a cruise ship

"There's a debate in California's bay area over a proposal to house homeless people on cruise ships in Oakland timeless they have somewhere to be I'd rather have more on something like that they're on the street how will you be doing that you're trying to help city council president Rebecca Kaplan says several companies have contacted about the possibility but port officials say safety and security issues make the idea on

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California official floats a new idea: House homeless on a cruise ship

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

California official floats a new idea: House homeless on a cruise ship

"News California grappling with a homeless crisis and one city as an interesting idea on how to help its Oakland city council president Rebecca Kaplan who said at a council meeting this week a cruise ship might be a good place to house the homeless the ship would be the port of Oakland could hold up to one thousand people and those people would pay for rooms on the ship based on their income chill of a full proposal ready by January already this is getting pushed back the port of Oakland is among the ten busiest in the United States a spokesman there says is none of infrastructure to birth a cruise ship John saucier a

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Public Impeachment Hearings: What to Expect

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Public Impeachment Hearings: What to Expect

"Update house Democrats wrapping up the impeachment inquiry with the first public hearing scheduled for this morning the first hearing before the house Intel committee will feature bill Taylor the top U. S. diplomat in Ukraine and George kept a high level state department official CBS is Rebecca Kaplan on how it all goes down today there will be an extended question and answer session ninety minutes in total split evenly between the majority in the minority so that first forty five minutes we'll see shift and one of his top investigators being able to question the witnesses uninterrupted for forty five minutes and then after that the second half goes to Nunez and one of his top

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Texts show diplomats spent weeks pushing Ukraine to open investigations

KCBS Radio Overnight News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Texts show diplomats spent weeks pushing Ukraine to open investigations

"Diplomats charged with managing the relationship with Ukraine in the U. S. spent weeks trying to persuade Ukrainian government to commit to announcing it would open investigations that would help president trump politically and his CBS is Rebecca Kaplan reports a White House visit for Ukraine's president was dangled if that happened this tax or provided to three house committees by Kurt Volker who until a week ago was the US envoy to Ukraine and they show an effort by Volker and another diplomat name cordon Sunderland coordinating with the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and the

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Law spells out that the state needs to demonstrate a failure to provide safe and adequate service Peter has told WCBS newsradio eight eighty well last evening thunderstorms led to over three hundred thousand outages around the tri state area mostly Jersey where J. C. PNL is now reporting there down to just under two hundred and thirteen thousand of its homes and businesses in the dark mainly Monmouth County and PSE and G. is reporting their crews trying to get the lights back on for almost seventy five thousand of its customers EE CBS news time one thirty three a show of bipartisanship in the nation's capital Congress and the White House struck a deal on a new two year budget and debt limit bill the debt limit will be reached according to the treasury department our sometime in early September and the house and Senate both leave for their August recess soon the house leaves Friday the Senate leaves the following week so if lawmakers leave town with nothing this deal on past and nothing in place they could either be in a rush to pass things as soon as they come back to work in September or potentially risky US about running out of money and and heading damaging problems with its full faith and credit CBS news Capitol Hill producer Rebecca Kaplan is one thirty four CBS news update president trump says Iran is lying about arresting seventeen Iranians who allegedly spied on the country's nuclear and military sites for the CIA Joe's of syringe he only with the plowshares fund also has doubts the US Israel many of the nation's certainly do have spy networks operating inside Iran but we have no way of knowing if this is actually a capture of actual supplies Britain called for a European led naval mission to ensure safe shipping through the strait of poor moves that after Ron sees two British tankers foreign secretary Jeremy hunt if Iran continues.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rebecca Kaplan, says this could be the reason why house speaker Pelosi's urging a go slow approach on impeachment. She has been saying, for quite a while now that I really do think she believes is that impeachment is an incredibly divisive inch issue for the country. And there is a lot of concern that go. Going too far looking over overreach could actually result in a backlash for Democrats in that same CBS poll among Democrats seventy three percent want the investigations of the president to continue after two years of shuttling back and forth between Washington in the Middle East. President Trump's peace team as its first bold initiative, if will gather Arab Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Bahrain in late June and unveil the first part of what's being called it's deal of the century. The problem Palestinians are refusing to show up, cutting piece talked with the Trump administration over its to Russa lem capital decision and others. Sit calls biased illegal. President Mahmoud Abbas and the Pilo will skip the Trump administration's first international meeting Mideast peace in Bahrain next month. They're rejecting the gopher meeting over the White House's decision to focus only on ecconomic challenges, and leave the political problems for a later date in a statement, suburb, caught said, quote Palestine full economic potential can only be achieved by ending these really occupation. It's the first major setback for President Trump's peacemaking efforts, Giordano Miller, ABC news Jerusalem replied is expected from the Pentagon later today on sending ten thousand more troops to the Middle East. The request could result in an increase in tensions with ran the US already said to carrier strike group and b fifty two bombers to that region because of what the White House says are significant threats from Iran or its proxies, some lawmakers critical about the intelligence though. Democratic Senator Chris Murphy.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"House fellow Republicans praise. Attorney general William bar for a Senate committee defense of his handling of the mullahs report. And the president is not so much Connecticut's. Richard Blumenthal wanted to know about a phone call with Robert Muller after bar gave the public a summary of Muller's findings. Get anyone either you or anyone on your staff. Memorialize your conversation with Robert Muller. Yes. Who did that there were notes taken of of the call? May we have those notes? No, why not why should you ask for what's not happening today? Judiciary committee and attorney general bar as they sought to bring him in for testimony on Thursday, the DOJ informed the committee that bar would not be appearing on Thursday morning as planned he objected to the fact that the judiciary committee Democrats wanted to have some of their staff attorneys. Question him Subbiah says Rebecca Kaplan CBS news update on Tom Foty, WBZ news time, three thirty two money continues to pour in benefit the surviving younger sibling of murdered five-year-old AJ friend as of mid morning more than fifty six thousand dollars had been donated to the gofundme page setup to pay for AJ friends funeral expenses NBA used to benefit the boys younger brother or than eleven hundred people have made donations the family friend who set up. The fundraiser says the money will be turned over to the boy's grandmother to determine how it should be spent. Go fund me says it removed several other pages for AJ because they violated. The terms of service visitation is free. Friday afternoon for little AJ at Devonport family funeral home in crystal lake burning to foia, NewsRadio one of five point nine FM. We heard during the Illinois budget impasse. A lot about the plight of state universities does WBF's. Dave doll reports. We are still hearing about it from western Illinois university. President Jack Thomas says his campus is still reeling them pass has created a crisis of confidence causing deep brand and reputation no issues with Illinois public universities and has hit the regional universities, very hard. The effect of how -bility to recruit both students and employees and has had a negative impact on our bond rating, then governor Bruce round or complained universities were inefficient top heavy with administrators a group which crowded into a room with reporters at the state house said that's not true at the Illinois capital. Dave doll NewsRadio on one zero five. Five point nine FM, a former coach for the Chicago. Fire's youth soccer team who was charged last month with sexually abusing players now that accused of additional crimes involving another girl for Nando Calderon is facing additional charges of sex assault and sex abuse of a teenager the incidents happened before he was hired as a Chicago fire juniors. Coach in twenty thirteen the new charges include the alleged sexual assault of a teenage girl between August twenty eleven and December twenty twelve according to prosecutors Calderon allegedly had sex with a girl who he coached on at least nine occasions. Cook County judge yesterday held Calderon at a bail of twenty thousand dollars w db news time three thirty four. A stream would teenager is sitting in the dupage. County jail on aggravated DUI charges as the result of a fatal crash in January. Prosecutors say Jonathan Franko had THC in his system the active ingredient in marijuana when he allegedly drifted into oncoming traffic on county farm road in Hanover park, hitting another car killing its driver state's attorney's office says at twelve year old passenger in the other vehicle. The dead man's son was seriously injured in January crash. A judge set bond for Franko at three hundred thousand dollars a day after the nineteen year old surrendered to police fancy hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. Jussie smollet publicist says the actor does not intend to be at a hearing today on whether a special prosecutor will be appointed to investigate prosecutor's dismissal of charges against him publicist. Hilary Rosen's comments came as smell. Let's attorney filed a motion to quash retired appellate judge Sheila O'Brien's request to have him appear. In Chicago Lee, sometimes reports Malek's attorney argues the actor had moved out. Out of the city and returning would force him to take additional security measures. Cook County state's attorney Kim FOX is fighting the motion for a special prosecutor and trying to quash O'Brien subpoena for her to appear at the hearing WBZ news time three thirty six mother's day snakes up and we hit the panic button. Then we get suckered into some online flower giant advertising nine hundred ninety nine flowers. They did up costing sixty bucks for nothing special today. Not for the mom who didn't go all w t f when you cut your own hair under great picture day that was wrong for the win. That's why mother's day is. Boop, stay, you know, the books right that short for bouquets, and they're amazing boots. Flowers are picked fresh and delivered right to mom. So they last weeks not days boots even has farms located on the side of a volcano that produce flowers. So gorgeous mama post picks and say nice things about you and boots cut out. The.

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Democrats seek Trump tax returns

KNX Programming

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Democrats seek Trump tax returns

"Forty house. Democrats want some of President Trump's tax returns. And they're calling on the IRS to hand him over the president's tax returns may be the next battleground between the White House and congressional Democrats. The chairman of the House Ways and means committee congressman Richard Neal has requested the returns CBS's, Rebecca Kaplan. This is an issue that members of the Democratic Party, especially more active members on the left have been pushing for for some time. Aba chairman Neil has not taken a step yet as he is looked for ways to actually work with the White House. On things like infrastructure, but Neil decided to formally take the step of writing to the IRS and asking for those six years of returns, the president says he would not be inclined to provide as returns we'll under audit. Despite what people say that. We're working that out as always under ordered it seems but I've been underrated for many years because the the numbers of bacon. I guess when you have a name you wanted Loyola Law School, professor Laurie Levenson, it can be counter arguments. And how those end up in the court. We don't know yet. But then it's been a long time

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Stage in a federal courtroom in Boston as the drama plays out of the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal, the judge maintain their existing bail amounts and ordered both actresses to surrender their passports. Neither were asked to enter a plea for those who think fame and money will have by compassion from federal prosecutors, former US attorney Brett Tolman tells KNX that will not happen prosecutor can't negotiate down. And so what you're left with is deciding do I fight it and roll the dice. And can I beat this case you've got to beat at one hundred percent because if you are acquitted on one count and convicted on another count, you get sentenced for both even the one you were acquitted on and Tillman points out that ninety five percent of federal cases are resolved with a guilty. Plea prison time is often shorter for those. Who plead guilty early that said a bay area entrepreneur has become the first parent to plead guilty in this scandal. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. The investigators on Robert Muller's team. Tell associates that attorney general William bar did not properly portray the fundings of their inquiry. The New York Times reports many felt there were more troubling issues for President Trump and mR Barr indicated Lori Levin cities, professor of criminal law at Loyola Law School and a former federal prosecutor she thinks the pressure will be on Barda release as much of this report as he can go away and till bar decides to turn over most of this report. And if he keeps on holding back the Democrats are not going to back down. In fact, they're just going to use it against bar and the president to say you would have full disclosure if you're confident that this report really did exonerate Trump Levinson says the only thing that's apprising here is that it's people from the mother team that are apparently leaking the information about what's not in bars report as she says that's not supposed to happen. Give us his tax returns says the House Ways and means committee chairman, Richard Neal. He's formally requested the IRS provides six years of president Donald Trump's personal and business tax returns. Democrats have been trying for years now to shed light on his complex, financial dealings and potential conflicts of interest. CBS news Capitol Hill producer, Rebecca Kaplan, says this could end up in court. Confident.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Rebecca Kaplan, says senior lawmakers are demanding full transparency and preparing for next steps if the results are favorable to President Trump there's going to be an intense push from Democrats in the coming days to make sure as much of this is released to the public as possible. And we are certainly already seen calls for the special counsel Robert Muller to come testify before congress, Maryland democratic congressman Elijah Cummings says that would be a very good idea. So exactly what he did get all of the underlying facts relied on to do the job. He did what his theories were why he decline. To do versus President Trump hasn't had any public comment on the Muller reports it was released. He's at his Florida state where he spent part of the day playing golf with kid rock. He's also not been tweeting, which is unusual for him. CBS news. Correspondent Kris van cleave. Says some airlines want money from Boeing after two crashes involving the company's Shelvin thirty-seven max eight max operator Norwegian is seeking compensation from Boeing for having its planes grounded. The grounding is estimated to cost airlines about one hundred fifty thousand dollars per day per plane, Boeing shelled out five hundred million to airlines after grounding the seven eight seven for three months in two thousand thirteen. There is no question that this aircraft was rushed to market lawyer Steve Martin is suing Boeing on behalf of families of twenty people killed in October's lion. Aircrash he believes the rush to catch up to rival Airbus in two thousand fifteen led to design mistakes in the max that turned deadly parts of midwestern seeing serious flooding this weekend a soda governor. Tim also was in Hastings filling sandbags and trying to keep the Mississippi River contain we can't control the weather. We.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"President Trump will sign the Bill and declared national emergency to bolster border security beyond the funding provided in the Bill, but says CBS's Rebecca Kaplan is there enough support in the house and affinity overrule the president on this national emergency. And that is the big question. It's possible that there is not well, a number of Republicans senators do say that they are not totally comfortable with the president declaring a national emergency. And they're worried about the long term ramifications, for instance, what would it democratic president authority? It's not necessarily show that actually overrule the president here, especially now that McConnell has said that he will support the president CBS news special report. I'm minutes to the top of the hour. The Rick and Bubba show Greenwich loves zone. Fall time. That was an another. Let's. Reunited. Chaffey? I know, but it's. Luxury. A lot of these are doing please, don't go. Please. Don't go. I'll give you a couple of. Tidbits? So obviously with Sherry now. Our one.

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Congressional bargainers present bill to fund government

Tommy Tucker, WWL First News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Congressional bargainers present bill to fund government

"On the compromise to keep the government up and running CBS news update bipartisan congressional bargainers. Have completed a Bill to fund the government and avoid another shutdown. According to summaries of it. It includes one point three seven by five billion for fifty five miles of Bollard fencing along the southern border and Rio Grande valley in Texas. A fraction of the more than five billion dollars. President Trump had requested for a border wall. The bills more than a thousand pages reports CBS's Rebecca Kaplan, most of the negotiators who were working on this legislation for the last three weeks were happy with the byproduct, or at least as happy as anyone can be in a compromise situation and said that it is urgent to pass. But at least one Republican Representative Tom graves of Georgia said that he's not going to sign off the legislation because he had just one hour to review the Bill that clocked in at one thousand one hundred fifty nine pages the Bill will still need to be approved by both every publican led Senate and the democratic majority house of representatives, then it heads to the president

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Congressional bargainers present bill to fund government

Jay Talking

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Congressional bargainers present bill to fund government

"Bipartisan congressional bargainers have completed a Bill to fund the government and avoid another shutdown. According to summaries of it. It includes one point three seven by five billion for fifty five miles of Bollard fencing along the southern border and Rio Grande valley in Texas. A fraction of the more than five billion dollars. President Trump had requested for a border wall. The bills more than a thousand pages reports CBS's Rebecca Kaplan, most of the negotiators who were working on this legislation for the last three weeks were happy with the byproduct, or at least as happy as anyone can be in a compromise situation and said that it is pertinent to pass. But at least one Republican Representative Tom graves Georgia said that he's not going to sign off the legislation

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San Francisco Mayor London Breed: The Raiders 'Should Play in Oakland'

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

01:01 min | 1 year ago

San Francisco Mayor London Breed: The Raiders 'Should Play in Oakland'

"CBS news time four fifteen. It's time for sports, and we're going to check back with Ted Ramey in for Kevin and talk about the possibility of the raiders at oracle sounds weird. All the way around doesn't it last time? We told you that mayor London breed says she thinks the Oakland Raiders should play in Oakland. And now there's been an update from the man who broke this story Raj with I of NBC bay area. He says updates and it's messy. I the San Francisco Giants are learning. How challenging it is to have business relationships with the raiders second the NFL is trying to massage and or broker a deal with the forty Niners, and they have territorial rights to San Francisco and third Oakland council member. Rebecca Kaplan says a Coliseum deal is still on the table. Now, guys. This talk will only increase in intensity and frequency over the next week as Commissioner Roger Goodell had previously said that late January and early February was his desire for the raiders to have a home stadium in. Twenty nineteen so, yeah, we're only going to be hearing more

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"News time eight thirty two and overnight accident in the underside of downtown Chicago has left a child dead. It was all because of a mistimed u-turn Chicago police say that shortly after one this morning at twenty nine year old woman driving a Mazda three on lower Wacker decided to make a u-turn at Garvey court at the same time, though, an accurate MD extras coming through the intersection and the Mazda hit it and then crashed into a wall. A girl about three years old was a jacket from the Mazda. She later died and the woman driving in a twenty nine year old male passenger were seriously injured the four people in the accurate declined medical attention, Bernie to foia, NewsRadio on one point nine FM candidates. For Chicago mayor faced off last night in a forum. It's time match high school the question would they support a plan to vacuum unity? Residents decide directly how to spend portions of their city budget money, Bill Daley likes it got gotta make sure that the alderman do it in a way that's transparent and open and with the community here. Mccarthy has concerned we talked about all the medic prerogative already. I'm concerned about the amount of power that all actually have today. Bob, theoretically has no use for we have to break this up and take it away from the Alden remember on paper. At least the alderman, hold the power. Not the mayor. Toni preckwinkle was a no show citing an unnamed conflict. Bob Roberts, NewsRadio on what five point nine FM. Winter storm warnings are posted from the Rockies to the mid west as heavy wet snow is expected this afternoon into tonight with accumulations of nine inches or more in many spots, road crews and downstate Illinois have started pre-trading roads. But it still could be a tough go any wet snow is just really tough on a quick. It puts a whole lot of stress on the trust. The storm will likely reach as far north as I eighty from Iowa through Illinois into Indiana. Of course, we'll have a full coverage throughout the weekend here on WBZ. I'm WBZ news time eight thirty four cruise ship is on its way back to floor. After a major outbreak of neuro viruses. Ship is returning to port Canaveral tomorrow a day early after nearly three hundred passengers and crew members were hit by the stomach virus stopped in Jamaica. Passengers say they were kept aboard as a precaution. Royal Caribbean says the early return gives them more time to sanitize the ship before it sails again passengers getting full refunds in Vermont man tells the Orlando Sentinel it was still better than freezing up north Peter King CBS news, Orlando WBZ news time, eight thirty four with no deal in sight. The White House may be moving closer to its plan. B declaring a national emergency. And allowing President Trump to use other federal funds to build a border wall. CBS news Capitol Hill producer, Rebecca Kaplan, tells us money from the army corps of engineers allocated for natural disasters could come into play just shy of fourteen billion dollars of money that they have been given to us for various rebuilding and infrastructure projects that has not yet been spent. So this is not so. Something the White House has absolutely committed to we are far from that at this point. But it is something that they are looking at meantime around eight hundred thousand federal employees are missing their first paycheck today because of the partial government shutdown. There is movement by American forces in Syria. The US military says it's begun a deliberate withdrawal without discussing numbers or timelines two thousand Americans are in Syria. This is the first movement of US troops out of Syria. Since President Trump's announcement last month secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is traveling through the Middle East reassuring allies about the US commitment to fighting ISIS, even while this drawdown occurs. Cami McCormick CBS news. The pentagon. We know you're on the go this morning, but we want to remind.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Eight zero two CBS news update during a visit along the us Mexico border, President Trump indicated he will likely declare a national emergency. If congress does not reach an agreement to fund his border wall. He still contends a wall is needed. We can save so many lives. We can save the drugs and the human trafficking, and all of the things that pour into our country is so terrible. When you look gangs MS thirteen it won't happen. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed the president for walking out of negotiations with congressional leaders yesterday. After only a few minutes, we have been having conversations. Be a backdrop for the president to stop the table and get up and walk out CBS's Rebecca Kaplan on the national emergency talk. It would be a very controversial move. So again, we should caution. This is not something that the White House is absolutely going to do. But it is an option that they have begun exploring as a way to get the president has wall without congressional approval. CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. Every night before bed. We set an alarm off. Are we doing try this? Alexa, wake me up with NewsRadio. Eight forty H WHAT S on iheartradio alarm set. Ground zero. We have done about jail and the father of the concept of scientific analysis of. UFO's? And of course, before we had to go to break, Don.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed the president for walking out of negotiations with congressional leaders yesterday. After only a few minutes, we have been having conversations. We don't want to be a backdrop for the president to stomp the table and get up and walk out CBS's Rebecca Kaplan on the national emergency talk. It would be a very controversial move. So again, we should coffin. And this is not something that the White House is absolutely going to do. But it is an option that they have begun exploring as a way to get the president. Wall without congressional approval. CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. Back to Jim Bohannon show at one eight six six five zero JIMBO one eight six six five zero five four six two six was also myth wrong. Former governor of New York and democratic presidential nominee in nineteen twenty eight is the only cure for the ills of democracy, more democracy, or does that in fact, sometimes encumber us we were talking with of course, with professor, Ian, Shapiro, the co author responsible parties and with caller K in Saint Cloud. Minnesota K anything you wanted to add in the way of a question or comment. A couple of things one is that our forefathers warned us against parties. There was a good reason for that. And we have three separate entities in our government. And the Senate became a group that we elected on their own instead of. Reflective of the representatives of each state now that saves them. Powers one one. The judges lawmakers and that really gives us a huge problem. Those are issues that need to be addressed. And we thank you for that. It is interesting. I've always felt professor Shapiro. And I'll throw out my two cents worth it. In fact. Yes, there were warnings against against factions and for all of the genius shown by our founding fathers didn't always get things. Right. Certainly the articles of confederation were a joke and sweeping slavery. Under the rug may have enabled the constitution to be formed. But it certainly didn't solve the problem and in terms of of of parties being a problem, that's almost a working definition of a free society. If you in fact, have a free expression of opinions than the people will have different opinions, and like minded people will automatically band together to pursue their particular viewpoints. Parties are in fact, essential to a free society and. Parties in in fact, our working definition of a free society in my view, professor. Well, you I think you're right. K is correct. That the that when when Madison. Hamilton were writing the federal newspapers at when they were involved in designing the constitution. They were they were very strongly against political parties, which they thought would be divisive by. But this is before they became involved in operating the system, and they soon changed their minds, Madison and Jefferson optimal created the first political party as a as a way of fighting Hamilton's plans to create a national Bank at his national platform. So they, you know, did twenty years of the of the of the constitution that all change their mind and come to to see the importance of parties. So I think while she's right? You know, it's from from the bitter experience of system where you don't have career and parties, they change their mind on her other point, I think she's right as well. But the the separation of powers also we can parties because you can have the situation right now, we have divided party control of congress. Again, it makes it much harder for voters to hold politicians accountable. Because if if things go badly in the next couple of years, you know, Trump will blame the House Democrats, the Democrats will play Trump, and the voters will be unable to pin the blame on anybody in a in a credible fashion. And so it would be much better. If we could make our system function more like a parliamentary system, for example. Until eighteen twenty four the congressional parties pick the two candidates for president from their party that it was the first populist attack on that by Andrew Jackson when he lost out in eighteen twenty four to John Quincy Adams that produced the Caucasus the and then later on we got primaries, but that's much. But you know, if you want your party is to be operating as a team if they can of parties would pick the candidates at least if the turnout in primaries for slow Donald Trump was picked this a Republican candidate by less than five percent of the US electric. The Republicans on the hill did not want to have us their candidate. But they couldn't stop him giving the primary roles, but anything we can do to get more coordination across the branches would produce much more coherent government, and then more accountability to vote on. Now. I wanna talk a bit about the parliamentary system here. But, but I one of the thing that was brought up by k was the the notion of direct election of senators, and of course, much of what we're talking about. Here came about in reforms that occurred little over a century ago. We had the movement toward more primary elections instead of caucuses conventions. You had the move the initiative and referendum the direct voter participation at the same time. Of course, you had the direct election of US senators, and I've heard other suggests we go back to the previous method, which state legislatures actually selected senators a lot of people don't realize it when ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Took part in the Lincoln Douglas debates in eighteen fifty eight they travelled across Illinois not trying to persuade voters but to persuade members of the state legislature. Who were the ones who have fact picked the Senator. So is that another thing that we should consider? Well, they I disagree with K. I think that's a aside. The point the the main problem in the Senate is that it's so unrepresentative of the population so much better reforms would be you know, they were attempts to put a measure on the California ballot split, California into three states or admitting DC and Puerto Rico to to statehood, basically, when you have, you know, stayed the size of California and the state the size of Delaware, each sending two Senate is to congress, or, you know, Oregon, or, you know, tiny little states that don't even have. Hawaii has one congressmen and two senators. You get this massive distortion representativeness in the Senate. So addressing some of those issues would would make a much better. Change to the Senate, then although the only that's the only unamendable part of the constitution. Of course. No state shall be denied. It's equal suffrage in the Senate without its permission. That's very close paraphrase of what's the constitution. Which is another way of saying that ain't gonna happen. You could do anything you could you could amend the constitution to say only left-handed people could vote stupid, obviously. But theoretically possible, you could not amend the constitution to say that will have ten senators from California nine from Texas, and so on and so forth because the little state, but also say no way, and that in fact that that was the deal that that was in the constitution. And that's the only unamendable portion of the constitution. Right. But by the doesn't limit the number of states that you can have. That's nothing nothing in the constitution to stop California spreading into small. Or texas. You know, Puerto Rico in DC statehood, anything that were moving the direction of having a Senate that looks more like America. This is what we need out our institutions to more or less, look like a population. And we we have this huge bias in the Senate. That's. You know, I just gone back to original question. I I don't think it makes much difference to the things that are dysfunctional on Capitol Hill. If you went back to having state legislatures picked, the senators, we'll come back. We'll get some more calls. We'll also take a look at that that parliamentary system that of course, if used in much of the world one eight six six five O, JIMBO professor, Ian, Shapiro of Yale University, the book responsible parties back in a moment..

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"CBS news update during a visit along the us Mexico border, President Trump indicated he will likely declare a national emergency. If congress does not reach an agreement to fund his border wall. He's still contends. A wall is needed. We can save so many lives. We can save the drugs and the human trafficking at all of the things that pour into our country. It's so terrible. When you look gangs MS thirteen it won't happen. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed the president for walking out of negotiations with congressional leaders yesterday. After only a few minutes, we had been having conversations. We don't want to be a backdrop for the president to stomp the table and get up and walk out CBS's, Rebecca Kaplan. On the national emergency talk. It would be a very controversial move. So again, we should caution. This is not something that the White House is absolutely going to do. But it is an option that they have begun exploring as a way to get the president has wall without congressional approval. CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. A lot of federal workers around the tri-state area will be among those missing their first paycheck tomorrow, the financial crunch of the shutdown is very real for the eight hundred thousand federal workers furloughed or working without pay at the moment. Many may not realize that they can apply for unemployment benefits. The department of labor says about five thousand federal workers filed for those benefits in the last week of December which was the first full week of this shutdown more than nine hundred of this workers are from New York state, New Jersey, labor Commissioner Robert Angelo says his department is ready to assist shutout federal workers to put their unemployment claims through end the Labor Department will get them paid as quickly as possible Connecticut's Labor Department has put a link on their website specifically for federal workers who've eight now. Consider getting out of benefits. Mike, smell WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty president. Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, oh testify publicly before the house oversight and reform committee next month. And it'll be the first major public hearing for Democrats who now control the house Cohen key figure any investigation by special counsel, Robert Muller into possible workings between Russia and the Trump campaign. It's also key in the pro by New York federal prosecutors in the campaign finance violations related a hush money payments to two women who they say had sex with Trump president has denied this Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty all now to New York City politics were mayor de Blasio laid out his state of the city addressed today talking about helping out workers around town with a retirement fund, noting that nearly half of New York City's workforce numbering two million people does not have an employer sponsored retirement. Plan mayor de Blasio announced the city will establish retirement plans for any worker who does not have one. You'll be able to set aside a small portion of your paycheck. Watch it grow over the years and take it with you from job to job. His honor also announced a brand new city department to help renters the city's worst landlords will have a new sheriff to fear the mayor's office to protect tenants. The also announced rapid expansions of the free K an NYC ferry programs and disclosed there will soon be dedicated bus, lane tow. Trucks, the help buses run more quickly at the mayor's state of the city rich lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eight eighty well. Governor Cuomo says he'll deliver his state of the state address and layout is budget proposal next Tuesday up in Albany expected those proposals to legalize marijuana and at congestion tolls in Manhattan, and as a way to raise money to fix. The old subways here in town. Now, the governor says you'll also suggest new ethics rules to crack down on corruption. Sixty one year old Cuomo just started his third term this month. CBS news time is eleven thirty four now to check the fertility rate around the US been dropping for past seven years are having fewer babies. A new government report finds we aren't making enough babies to replace ourselves. If you look at the total fertility rate by state for non Hispanic white women, no states are above replacement Brady Hamilton with the National Center for health statistics says if this trend continues while you start seeing shifts and then the population such as in terms of the population of non Hispanic whites. For example, he says the decline isn't due to a single cause. But rather a combination of several factors including changing economics women delaying having children and Klein and teen pregnancies Sabrina cubit CBS news Atlanta, coming up on eleven thirty six this is CBS on aired eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app, which you can download for free. And after that, listen anytime anywhere everybody,.

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Trump tweets 'not much headway' on shutdown as key services threatened

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Trump tweets 'not much headway' on shutdown as key services threatened

"Talks in an attempt to end the partial government shutdown today. But CBS Rebecca Kaplan tells us yesterday sit down did not go. Well, it does not appear that this heating actually yielded that much. The White House is saying there was some progress made on what an actual fencer barrier would look like and agreement on what kind of technology was needed at ports of entry. But the big takeaway was that the white. Has promised to send Democrats additional details on what exactly they would do with this five point seven billion dollars that they are requesting political Sarah fairest, obviously, the big issue is the number for the border wall. And neither the Democrats who now have have power of the house of representatives, nor President Trump thinks that things that they're getting any closer to being able to deal on this upsetting for federal workers. Like, Maryland Carruthers starting to feel the pinch. Now, our mortgage our gas electorate trash water Bill city, S news

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"News time, one thirty one. Now, the latest from CBS news CBS news update, they're still talking. But there's no breakthrough on any plans to reopen the government after a Saturday meeting between congressional aides and the Trump administration. Another meeting is set for the White House Sunday CBS says Rebecca Kaplan breaks down. It does not appear that this meeting actually yielded that much. The White House is saying there was some progress made on what an actual fence or barrier would look like and agreement on what kind of technology was needed at ports of entry. But the big takeaway was that the White House promised to send Democrats additional details on what exactly they would do with this five point seven billion dollars that they are requesting. None of this is great for federal workers. Like, Maryland Carruthers starting to feel the pinch. Now, our mortgage our gas electric trash water Bill. She has worked for the federal government for. Twenty two years and says she just wants to go back to her job. CBS news update and Allison keys w CBS news time, one thirty two and because of the partial government shutdown TSA worker thick out continues at JFK airport because those workers are not getting paid WCBS reporter Mak Rosenberg with the latest the head of the national TSA union. Isn't mincing words, he says, this will definitely affect the flying public who we are sworn to protect CNN is reporting as many as one hundred seventy TSA officers called out sick per day this past week, you're JFK airport as they wait for a paycheck. That may not come the security officers calling out. They're the ones that screen your luggage. And Pat you down when you walk through security checkpoints. So there are concerns at flying may not be a safe as it was before the shutdown. I guess I kind of trust them to keep us safe. And the agency says that's what it's doing a TSA statement the agency acknowledges an increase in call outs. But says performance hasn't suffered much and people are not waiting more than a half hour to get through security. Diana traveled back onto New York from San Francisco this morning. I was like. The holidays off the news.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Oh, six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It is Saturday night now January fifth twenty nineteen and coming up on KCBS how chefs and restaurant owners in San Francisco are keeping up with the high cost and the changing tastes and residents at new one remember fallen officer. I'm Curtis Kim. KCBS news time is ten thirty one CBS news update, they're still talking. But there's no breakthrough on any plans to reopen the government after a Saturday meeting between congressional aides and the Trump administration another meeting a set for the White House Sunday CBS's, Rebecca Kaplan breaks down. It does not appear that this heating actually yielded that much at the White House saying there was some progress made on what an actual fence or barrier would look like and agreement on what kind of technology was needed at ports of entry. But the big takeaway was. The White House promised to send Democrats additional details on what exactly they would do with this five point seven billion dollars that they are requesting. None of this is great for federal workers. Like, Maryland Carruthers starting to feel the pinch. Now, our mortgage our gas electric trash water Bill. She has worked for the federal government for twenty two years and says she just wants to go back to our job. CBS news update and Allison keys. Bs news time now is ten. Thirty. Two funeral services were held this morning and Modesto for Newman. Police corporal, Ron L Singh who was shot and killed during a traffic. Stop on the day after Christmas. We're hearing more personal stories about the following officer during this weekend of memorial services and KCBS agenda lane spoke with one woman who says sing was a great friend who her father Natalie Hogue could not get to her dad at the hospital right away. When she did she found her parents neighbor, helping him through his medical emergency. It was Ron sing. He was a good, man. He was a kind man she looked out for other people. He had his neighbors back not just the community of Newman..

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. New democratic majority in the house, wastes, no time, passing a funding Bill to bring federal agencies back up to full strength. This vote. The as are two hundred and forty one makers have approved funding to reopen federal agencies through September and the department of homeland security through early February. But the Bill does not include the one thing. President Trump insists on money for a border wall CBS Rebecca Kaplan, trying to put down a marker in the sand. And they're saying the first thing that we are going to do after taking power is try to reopen the government and their message is that all of these bills have gotten broad bipartisan support in the Senate. So they're saying Republicans you've Oded for these bills once before now vote for them once again, Texas Republican Kay Granger. Among the neighbor they fail to truly address the crisis on our southern border. In the very real threat, it poses to the safety and security of our homeland congressional leaders are scheduled to meet with the president on this fourteenth day of a partial government shutdown. We're expecting new jobs numbers from the Labor Department this morning CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger. This report is backward-looking and while two thousand eighteen was a very good year for job and wage growth. There are concerns that twenty nineteen may not be strong. That's because it communists are predicting that growth should slow down in twenty nineteen a former US marine has now been charged with espionage and Russia. No details on the charges against Paul Whalen. But CBS news senior national security contributor, Michael Morales. He doubts Waylon was a spy the United States does not send intelligence officers to Russia without ensuring that they have diplomatic immunity or else suspects. President Putin is aiming for a prisoner swap for Russian Maria Boutin ah the death toll up to seven and a fiery tractor trailer crash in Florida state. Highway patrol Lieutenant Patrick reared once they collided those tractor trailers caught on fire as well. As a passenger car caught on fire officials say diesel fuel spilled across I seventy five near Gainesville, sparking massive flames. The fire started getting bigger and we heard explosions, and we got really scared traffic backed up for hours the crash is being treated as a homicide investigation. A TV show hosted by popular astrophysicists has been pulled. This is star talk after airing three episodes of the new season, National Geographic.

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Trump threatens spending bill veto without border wall funding

America in the Morning

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Trump threatens spending bill veto without border wall funding

"Matt piper. President Trump has promised to veto any Bill that does not include border wall funding and a Bill passed last night by the house did not include that CBS is Rebecca Kaplan on the Bill passed to reopen the government now two weeks into a partial shutdown house passed two bills to funding reopen the government. The first one continues funding for the department of homeland security through February eighth giving lawmakers and the president about five more weeks to negotiate on some kind of deal on how to fund the border wall. If at all and the second Bill actually funds all these agencies that have been closed. So the State Department Justice department interior transportation a number of departments funds all those agencies fully through September thirtieth the end of the fiscal year. So those would reopen and workers who've been furloughed would be paid for the time that they

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Federal judge has temporarily halted deportations, of families, who've been, recently reunited after being separated by the Trump administration. The ACLU, had asked. The deportations be stalled after. Families are reunited so that there's time to make sure. No family is deported improperly the organization had filed paperwork saying attorneys were concerned about mass deportations after unification the judge Dana has give Government lawyers one week to respond to the concerns and. Says he'll issue a. Permanent rolling after he goes over, the paperwork meantime the Trump administration says. It's completed reunifying all eligible children under five us now reunifying families with older children on a rolling basis an effort is. Underway to make Uber and lift more socially conscious KCBS Scotla Terry reports on a proposal in. Oakland that would require transportation network companies to give. Back to the communities that have been so, rewarding to their? Bottom line Uber, a, forty. Eight billion dollar company has its fair share of critics with cab drivers and transportation officials at the top. Of the list but Oakland city council member Rebecca Kaplan has a proposal that would require TNC's to give back to ensure. That the transportation network companies can be positive contributors to our community or proposal is a pilot program or Uber and lift would contribute. To the community by having designated pick up and drop off zones to improve. Service for. Low income people Seniors and people with, disabilities and also worked together to make. Sure that the. Financial obligations don't fall on, the driver's, like added drivers fees and registration for the program, that proposal also calls on. TNC's to work degree programs that. Help, with local employment and helping young adults obtain driver's licenses Kaplan says she. Had a productive meeting with Uber and lift and they. Have agreed to consider the proposal.

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"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rebecca kaplan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Only on one oh six nine at am seven forty kcbs oakland libby shafts campaign has released a new poll showing that an overwhelming number of votes are ready to reelect her come november the poll shows that forty nine percent of those surveyed say they will vote for shaft coming in second city council member rebecca kaplan with fifteen percent are inside a film materials spoke with anchors patio rising addict sovereign earlier on the motives behind the survey phil caplan was holding a media availability tonight yeah yeah surprise surprise that the chef campaign even on the rumor of possible rebecca kaplan jumping into the mayor's race has issued a poll that surprise surprise was recently done this shows that livy chef has fortynine percent of support compared to rebecca's fifteen percent why should this come as a surprise this is how campaigns are run these days the first thing you do as soon as you get a whiff of somebody running against us put out numbers to try to say we are so far ahead it it's it's not even worth your bother now this is an aimed at the voters and it's not necessarily even aimed at the other candidates thinking of running this is aimed at fundraisers and the people that contribute to campaigns to say that if you're a betting kind developer or a union or somebody that's interested in politics the money should stay on the front runner at just same thing we saw when gavin newsom jumped into the ring to run for governor the same thing we saw when kamla harris jumped in the ring to run for the senate same thing we saw when mark leno jumped into the run for mayor of san francisco and it's a series in is is because they're all have share the same campaign manages group called sdn it's announce it out of san francisco and this is their mo to a t chef is a prohibitive favorite for reelection no doubt about that and now i don't know if this poll is a factor but apparently rebecca kaplan has announced her event that she won't run she's endorsing cat brooks who is even more of a long shot then she would be a progressive community activists.

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