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03:02 min | 3 months ago

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"Black masters. That means now the Democrats need just one more victory to actually keep control of the Senate. All eyes, of course, are on Georgia this week, where there's a runoff to be determined there who will win the Senate, and the Senate race in the end. WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, this weekend morning with more. Republican Herschel Walker, alluding to his NFL career at a rally that followed one held by his opponent, Georgia democratic senator Raphael Warnock. We've done this before. We know how to win a run off. Warnock won his runoff in 2021. Their race could determine control of the Senate, depending on what happens in Nevada, where Republican Adam laxalt still leads democratic senator Catherine Cortez masto. Meanwhile, counting continues in house races with Republicans still needing more victories to regain control. Close to two dozen races remain undecided, and some final California results could take weeks. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO. Saturday morning at one 34. More than 26 million people have actually already applied for student loan relief. But a federal judge in Texas this week has struck down president Joe Biden's loan forgiveness initiative, declaring it unlawful. CBS News T four affairs correspondent mark with Brennan, moderator of this Sunday's face the nation on CBS with more for us this morning. In the lurch in confusion, The White House had encouraged people to continue signing up even while this was being litigated in the courts. So it isn't clear what the next step is. But the midterm races are over and this was something that had been seen as a big driver, perhaps of the appeal to younger voters. I'm sure people who wanted it would like the program delivered on, but as you know, the lawsuit has been contentious in terms of at least 6 Republican led states who were challenging the legality of it. So we'll have to stay tuned and see what comes next. On another subject, the House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy was planning after the midterm elections to run for speaker and become Speaker of the House as Republicans took the majority in that chamber. He's finding maybe some obstacles in his way though. Well, we're still watching what's happening out in California with some of these House races that are still unsettled. We're going to have some update on that from our Anthony salvanto this Sunday on face the nation. But yes, this was not the outcome that really Democrats or Republicans expected from these races. And the smaller the majority that Republicans may end up with, the tougher the position for a leader who has to wrangle a caucus that may be a bit unruly. You need 218 seats to govern. And if you can't govern, what do you do with that majority? We're going to talk about some of this with Democrat Jamie Raskin of Maryland, who is seen as an important voice for the Democrats. If, in fact, things like major investigations and hearings and all the things that have been promised on the campaign trail by some Republicans are delivered

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02:53 min | 3 months ago

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"BS Linda kenyon has details. The midterms are often a referendum on the party in power, so CBS News deputy director of surveys, Jennifer de Pinto. We find that 8 in ten voters think things in the U.S. are out of control right now. And that doesn't bode well for the party and power. For now, it looks like Republicans may retake the house. What are some of the key issues motivating voters? Those who are more concerned about functioning of democracy, voting for Democrats. Those more concerned about the strong economy voting for Republicans. Anthony salvanto is the CBS News director of elections and surveys. Linda kenyon, CBS News. Law enforcement on Capitol Hill has issued a security alert to members of Congress following the attack on speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband. Here CBS Scott mcfarlane. In a new message to members of the U.S. House, the U.S. capitol police chief urges them to take advantage of capital police resources, including to evaluate their homes to recommend the best possible security systems and the chief says the agency is working quote around the clock to stop thousands of potential threats in their tracks. The man accused of attacking Paul Pelosi will be charged tomorrow. South Koreans are mourning and searching for relatives who got lost in the chaos of a Halloween party stampede. More than 150 people were killed, many in their 20s and 30s. It's still unclear though what caused that surge. In India, at least 60 people are dead after a cable suspension bridge snapped. Yogita Lemay is with the BBC. The suspension foot bridge over the macho river and the more beatdown of Gujarat, was built in the 19th century. It had been closed for renovation for 6 months and was reopened just a week ago. Videos of the aftermath of the collapse show people clinging onto the cables of the bridge, trying to stay afloat. Local authorities say there was overcrowding on the bridge because of holidays for the Diwali festival. Violence continues in Iran over the death of a young woman killed for violating the dress code. The BBC's Sebastian usher on Saturday the head of the powerful revolutionary guards declared that it was for last day for the protesters, the many students have paid no heed, breathing, what seems likely to be an intensification of a government's attempts to repress the demonstrations by force. The Iranian government has blamed foreign powers for orchestrating the protests. Russia is blocking Ukrainian ports again cutting off much needed grain exports to the rest of the world. President Biden called the move a really outrageous act and warned it could make global hunger worse. The UN says 16 ships will move tomorrow, but Russia won't guarantee the safety of civilian ships. This is CBS News. Pre settled by rocket mortgage, whether you're looking to purchase a new home or refinance yours, rocket mortgage can help you get there for home loan solutions that fit your life, rocket can. 7 O three Sunday October 30th, 2022. Mostly cloudy tonight, 57 headed down to 50

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01:45 min | 3 months ago

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"Trough says there's a big fire at an energy infrastructure facility. The local governor said there had been a missile strike. Ukrainian troops have been engaged in fighting in the towns of solidar and in the Donbass region. The Ukrainians say they're facing an assault by a Russian force, which includes mercenaries and 2000 released prisoners. The BBC is moira alderson in the city of izium recently recaptured from retreating Russian forces, work continues excavating and documenting some 400 shallow graves, 16 minutes correspondent Scott pelley sees a pattern there. We first saw this in April when Russia abandoned its assault on the capital Kyiv. In a suburb called butcha, we found a civilian massacre with a mass grave behind Saint Andrew's orthodox church. The grave was filled with sand, humanity, and mystery. A mystery war crimes investigators hoped to solve. The midterms, voters are already casting ballots in 18 states voting starch and 8 more this week and many races are on a knife edge. CBS chief pollster Anthony salvanto telling face the nation. Republicans have a turnout advantage. More of them say that they're definitely going to vote. What you get the Democrats in contention to maybe hold the house, it's young people. If young people were to show up more than they say they are going to, and the democratic seat number goes up where they're writing contention to maybe get a bare majority. After significant radioactive contamination was confirmed at an elementary school in suburban St. Louis, parents say they tried to get someone's attention. We asked the Army Corps of engineers to go inside our school building to go onto the school playground and they refused. Environmental investigators found radioactive waste was dumped there from a World War II military facility

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04:49 min | 3 months ago

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"And here are the top stories. We're following for you this evening. The midterm elections are just three weeks away, voters are already casting ballots in 18 states and voting starts in 8 more this week. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto talked about what they are focused on and which party can take control of the House and Senate during an appearance on CBS's face the nation today. The Republicans have a turnout advantage, more of them say that they're definitely going to vote. What could get the Democrats in contention to maybe hold the house? It's young people. If young people were to show up more than they say they are going to, and the democratic seat number goes up where they're writing contention to maybe get a bear majority. According to a new CBS battleground tracker poll, Democrats momentum to keep the house has stalled for now, the Republican lead has stabilized today at 224 seats to the Democrats 211. Worsening views of the economy and volatile stock market plus rising gas prices are behind this change. And while inflation remains a stubborn concern, one of president Joe Biden's economic advisers is highlighting the progress the administration has had on bringing it under control. During an appearance on CNN's State of the Union, Cecilia rouse noted the actions by the Federal Reserve are beginning to take effect, those hiking interest rates. She also pointed to fewer job openings and a cooler housing market assigns the red hot economy is slowly slowing. Ralph said because of the overall strength of the U.S. economy, the country is in a better position than most countries to rein in rising prices. Inflation is at a 40 year high, but what's happening with prices in our regions to largest cities. A new study measuring inflation in U.S. cities ranks the D.C. area 21st after 23. Baltimore, though, is 5th. The wallet hub study finds prices have risen about 6 and a half percent in D.C. compared to this time last year, in Baltimore, prices are 10.2% higher than they were last year at this time. Factors contributing to inflation include the COVID-19 pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and labor shortages. This wallet hub study measured, as I said, 23 metropolitan areas using data from the latest consumer price index. That's a national measure of how much we're paying for things like food, energy, medical bills, and housing. It's 9 34. Police in Stockton, California have arrested a man, they believe is responsible for the deaths of at least 6 men and injury of one woman when 43 year old Wesley brownley was apprehended. He was dressed in all black. He had a mask around his neck and he was carrying a semi-automatic handgun law enforcement say he was on the hunt for his next victim when they caught him. Stockton mayor Kevin Lincoln. We will use every resource at our disposal to make sure the people of our city are protected and feel safe. Police believe brownlee is responsible for the shooting deaths of 5 men in Stockton between July 8th and September 27th. They're also linking him with another deadly shooting in Oakland last year and the wounding of a homeless woman a week later. Trouble continues to mount for British prime minister Liz truss. Members of her own Tory party are now publicly calling for a leadership change. Ben Wright, political commentator for the BBC, says the first 40 days under her leadership have not been smooth sailing. There is great bewilderment and anger within the Tory party about the first weeks of Liz trus premiership. The ditching of the entire platform that she secured the leadership on the turmoil in the financial markets, the plunging in the parties ratings in the polls, the sacking of her Chancellor. I mean, it has been a completely tumultuous roller coaster, and many Tory and peace say now enough is enough. The current Tory party rules prohibit a leadership challenge for a year. Prime minister trust could also threaten to go to King Charles to ask for a general election to order general election to keep her detractors in line recent polling shows her party would lose if an election were held today. Now to the latest in the war in Ukraine, where pro Kremlin officials are blaming Ukraine for a recent rocket attack in Donetsk. That's a key city controlled by the separatists, the Russian backed, officials there say the mayor's office was seriously damaged by that rocket attack. Meanwhile, Ukrainian officials say a Russian rocket strike or strikes hit a town across from the zapor Asian nuclear power plant, the attacks came as the war nears the 8 month Mark. Coming up on WTO P after we check traffic and weather, a preview of the new silver line, the metro extension from a reporter who got one of the very first rides. It's 9 36. Hey

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04:02 min | 3 months ago

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"The midterm elections. Voters are already casting ballots in 18 states and voting will begin in 8 more this week. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto talked about what they're focused on and which party can take control of the House and Senate during an appearance on CBS's face the nation today. The Republicans have a turnout advantage, more of them say that they're definitely going to vote. What could get the Democrats in contention to maybe hold the house? It's young people. If young people were to show up more than they say they are going to and the democratic seat number goes up where they're writing contention to maybe get a bear majority According to a new CBS battleground tracker poll, Democrats momentum to keep the house has stalled for now. The Republican lead has stabilized today at 224 seats to the Democrats 211. The GOP lead had shrunk in the two previous model runs. Worsening views of the economy continuing inflation of volatile stock market and rising gas prices are behind the change. Meanwhile, president Joe Biden is putting abortion rights in the spotlight when he delivers a speech in the district this week. The president and other Democrats are trying to make abortion rights a central focus of the campaign after the Supreme Court's ruling overturning constitutional protection of abortion rights back in June. Mister Biden will speak at a Democratic National Committee event at the Howard theater, Tuesday night. A suburban St. Louis school district is weighing its next steps with lawyers and experts after a study found significant radioactive waste inside one of its schools. Jaina elementary school was built in the floodplain of a creek, contaminated by the production of nuclear weapons during World War II. A new report by Boston chemical data corporation went into the library, the kitchen, classrooms fields, and playgrounds, and found levels of radioactive toxins at the school far in excess they expected to find. Dust samples taken inside the school were found to be contaminated, Boston chemical did not say who or what requested and funded their report. Police in Raleigh, North Carolina still don't know what motivated a 15 year old boy to go on a shooting rampage Thursday, 5 people were killed, including the accused shooter's brother. CBS Elise Preston, 9-1-1 calls released late Friday, captured the horror when according to police, a 15 year old opened fire in a residential neighborhood in Raleigh North Carolina. What kind of clothing is he wearing? He looks like he's like 13. Authorities say 5 people were killed, including the suspect 16 year old brother, and an off duty police officer, who was on his way to work. The teenage suspect was arrested and then hospitalized in critical condition from an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound. Police in Stockton, California have arrested a man they believed to be responsible for killing at least 6 men and injuring a woman. When 43 year old Wesley brownlee was apprehended, he was wearing black, had a mask around his neck and was carrying a semi-automatic handgun, authorities say he was on the hunt for his next victim. Stockton mayor Kevin Lincoln. We will use every resource at our disposal to make sure the people of our city are protected. It feels safe. Police believe brownlee is responsible for the shooting deaths of 5 men in Stockton between July 8th and September 27th, another deadly shooting in Oakland last year and the wounding of a homeless woman one week after. 7 35, Russia's defense ministry says two men fired at other troops at Russian military firing range near Ukraine. 11 are dead and 15 injured, the two attackers were also killed. The ministry said in a statement the shootings on Saturday happened in the Belgrade region in southwestern Russia, it borders Ukraine. It said that two men from an unnamed former Soviet nation fired on Russian soldiers during target practice and were killed by return fire, Russian officials called

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02:31 min | 3 months ago

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"Our producer and here are the top stories we're following for you today. There are just over three weeks until the midterm elections, voters are already casting ballots in 18 states and voting starts in 8 more this week. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto talked about what they're focused on and which party could take control of the House and Senate in an appearance on CBS's face the nation today. The Republicans have a turnout advantage, more of them say that they're definitely going to vote. What could get the Democrats in contention to maybe hold the house? It's young people. If young people were to show up more than they say they are going to and the democratic seat number goes up where they're writing contention to maybe get a bear majority. According to a new CBS battleground tracker poll, Democrats momentum to keep the house has stalled for now and the Republican lead has stabilized at 224 seats to the Democrats 211. The GOP lead had shrunk in the two previous model runs, worsening views of the economy continuing inflation of volatile stock market and rising gas prices are behind the change. Meanwhile, president Joe Biden is putting abortion rights in the spotlight when he delivers a speech in the district this week. The president and other Democrats are trying to make abortion rights a central focus of the campaign after the Supreme Court's ruling overturning constitutional protection of abortion rights back in June. Mister Biden will speak at a Democratic National Committee event at the Howard theater Tuesday night. A suburban St. Louis school district is weighing its next steps with lawyers and experts after a study found significant radioactive waste inside one of its schools. Jaina elementary school was built in the flood plain of a creek contaminated by the production of nuclear weapons during World War II. A new report by Boston chemical data corporation went into the library, kitchen, classrooms, fields, and playgrounds, and found levels of radioactive toxins far in excess of what they expected. Dust samples taken in the school were found to be contaminated. Boston chemical did not say who or what requested and funded their report. It's 5 34, police and Raleigh, North Carolina still don't know what motivated F 15 year old boy to go on a shooting rampage Thursday, 5 people were killed, including the accused shooter's brother. CBS is a lease Preston. 9-1-1 calls released late Friday capture the horror when according to police, a 15 year old opened fire in a residential neighborhood in Raleigh North Carolina. What kind of clothing is he

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02:13 min | 4 months ago

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"Emergency declaration is designed to cut through the bureaucratic red tape. Ian is expected to strengthen to a hurricane in the coming days. Our latest CBS News battleground tracker poll finds many voters already distrust the system ahead of the midterm elections. We found a third of Republicans and half of maga Republicans specifically. And then just under one in 5 Democrats said their party should be prepared to challenge states and districts that they lose. Anthony salvanto with the CBS News elections and surveys unit on face the nation. On CNN's State of the Union, congressman Adam Schiff was asked about former president Trump's comment about the raid on his Florida home and how he could declassify documents just by thinking about it. No, people work hard to get that information. People put their lives at risk to get that information. That information protects American lives and for him to treat it so cavalierly shows both what a continuing danger of the man is, but also how very little regard he has for anything but himself. Under a search warrant, the FBI removed documents more classified from Trump's Florida estate. A referendum is underway in four Russian occupied territories in eastern Ukraine. CBS Deborah Potter says the election is not what it appears to be. Election officials accompanied by armed soldiers go trips in a flight of stairs, knocking on doors searching for voters. Pound the streets with loud hailers. Russian news outlets were keen to show enthusiastic voters and occupied her son a day later. That same location was deserted. Tada on CBS's face the nation says Russia's president wants to annex those territories. You want on an immersive mission this time several transmissions. The voice of the dark side now belongs to other forces. After 45 years, James Earl Jones has given up voicing Star Wars villain Darth Vader, Vanity Fair reports he signed the rights over earlier this year and will allow Vader's lines to be generated by artificial intelligence. This is CBS News. Facet wealth is an SEC registered investment adviser, they offer customized financial planning for you, not just your assets. Learn more by calling 8 8 8 5 9 8 39 66

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02:18 min | 5 months ago

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"We've got breaking news, a federal judge granted a request by former president Donald Trump's legal team to appoint a special master and review you documents seized by the FBI during the search of his Florida home last month. The decision came despite objections from the Justice Department which set an outside legal expert was not necessary because officials already completed their review of potentially privileged documents. The appointment may slow the pace of the department's investigation, but it is unlikely to affect any decision or outcomes of the probe. Keep it here on WTO and will bring you more details on this as we get them. Meantime, an overwhelming majority of Americans believe democracy in this country is under threat. And more than half of them think we will be grappling with more political violence. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto explains the sentiment and the gaping divide between the left and right. We asked Democrats, how do you see Republicans? Look across the other side. Well, okay, about half of them call them the opposition. That's somebody you can go back and forth with on policy. But almost half of them call them enemies. That's an existential threat. And then same thing goes when you ask Republicans, what do you think about Democrats? Opposition you have half of them. But having them call them enemies. And this is so important because it tells you this is going to be an election, not just about fight over public policy, but over the other side's motivations. That CBS poll shows 70% of Americans are worried about the future of democracy here. There has been a lot of chatter about Virginia's governor thinking about a run for The White House, and he is definitely getting out there to share his vision for the country and back of the Republican candidates. This week, Glenn youngkin's traveling to Maine to campaign for the state's former and controversial two term governor Paul Lepage, the Republican is running for his old job again, but has a history of making racially explosive remarks. He also refers to himself as Donald Trump before Donald Trump. Young canning is scheduled to headline a Lepage fundraiser on Wednesday as Virginia's General Assembly convenes for a one day special session. Keep it here on WTO. We've got to look at sports next 1213. T

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01:40 min | 5 months ago

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"News on the hour sponsored by rocket mortgage. I'm Linda kenyon in Washington. The seizure of classified documents from former president Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate has prompted outcry for many Trump supporters, but Illinois Republican Adam kinzinger on NBC's meet the press is calling out members of his own party. The hypocrisy of folks in my party that spit years chanting lock her up about Hillary Clinton because of some deleted emails or quote unquote wiping a server are now out there defending a man who very clearly did not take the national security of the United States to heart. As for those seas documents, a federal judge in South Florida has indicated her preliminary intent to appoint an independent special master to review materials taken from former president Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate and set a hearing for September 1st. The office of the director of national intelligence is also preparing a review of the items recovered, according to a letter from the director to congressional leaders obtained by CBS News. That's CBS's Wendy Gillette. A CBS News battleground tracker finds Republicans are still leading the race for control of the House. But the Democrats are gaining ground. CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto appeared on face the nation. We see gains for the Democrats among this key voting block, college educated women. And then related. There's this view among women among independents that should the Republicans gain Congress that the Republicans would prioritize abortion restrictions. So that's how that all ties together on the abortion front for Democrats. Hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst as Mississippi's pearl river is likely to crest. I've never been in a blue

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01:45 min | 5 months ago

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"From The White House. Tens of millions of Americans will see their student loan debt cut or eliminated altogether. This is a move that some are going to hail as historic others will slam as an inflation increase or the government would wipe away $10,000 of debt for people making less than about a $125,000 a year. 6 months into the war with Russia, the president's just announced nearly $3 billion in new U.S. Military aid for Ukraine, where they're celebrating Independence Day today. They marked it with a parade in Kyiv, where seized and damaged Russian tanks are on display. Primary results are in from Florida, CBS News director of elections, Anthony salvanto. We project Charlie Crist winning the governor's democratic side primary to take on Ron DeSantis, come November. Fairly convincing win for Chris. Chris tells MSNBC. He's torn my state apart. I want to bring her back together. Congressman Jerry Nadler, the Victor over fellow Democrat Carolyn maloney in a newly redrawn district in New York. New regulations on homemade guns go into effect today after a federal judge denied a request for a pause, pending the outcome of court challenges. CBS's Anne Marie green. Companies that make ghost gun assembly kits will have to include serial numbers. Sellers will also need to be federally licensed, run background checks on buyers and keep records of purchases, closing arguments resumed today in Vanessa Bryant's civil trial against LA county over sheriff's deputies and firefighters who shared photos of the remains of her husband Kobe and their 13 year old daughter Gianna after their deaths in a helicopter crash. Texans still

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03:04 min | 6 months ago

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"Sting. Losses on Wall Street, the Dow is down 247 points. It's 11 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour, sponsored by general Steele. I'm Steve Ken. They asked the questions and we'll see. That's what Rudy Giuliani said as he entered a courthouse in Atlanta this morning to face a grand jury. I'm not going to comment on the grand jury investigation. What do you think they're ultimately going to know more about? CBS and Jeff Bezos says Giuliani's the target of investigators looking into the actions of Trump insiders. For weeks after the 2020 election, Rudy Giuliani led efforts to keep former president Trump in power by spreading false accusations about widespread fraud. The recount being done in Georgia will tell us nothing because these fraudulent ballots will just be counted again. These actions are at the center of the special grand jury's probe in Georgia. Investigating whether former president Trump and his allies violated laws and trying to flip the 2020 election results in the state. Well, there's Cheney's political futures in doubt after the Republican congresswoman was soundly beaten in Wyoming's GOP primary. She's vowing to make sure Donald Trump never makes it back to The White House. If we do not condemn the conspiracies and the lies, if we do not hold those responsible to accounts, we will be excusing this conduct. And it will become a feature of all elections. America will never be the same. Cheney lost by about 30 points to Harriet hagerman, a ranching industry attorney who was backed by Trump, CBS News executive director of elections and surveys Anthony salvanto says Trump's shadow over the GOP remains large. Loyalty to him in polling shows consistently that they want to see that from the party. It is attachment to him as an individual. We've seen that for years, but it maintains. Republicans, Lisa Murkowski and Sarah Palin advanced in Alaska's primaries for the U.S. Senate and the state's loan House seat. Colorado River levels have prompted federal officials to put up water limits for at least two states and overseas a punishing drought has the Rhine river in Germany at record lows. At one point along the Rhine, the measurement was below the zero mark. So not an applicable for most vessels. This on a trade artery that normally carries 300 million tons of cargo a year, falling river levels across the region are exposing so called hunger stones, inscriptions from the Middle Ages, warning future generations that have receding waters let you see them, famine is on its way. Vicki Barker, CBS News, London. The government says retail sales were flat last month, largely thanks to the recent drop in gasoline prices. Wall Street tried down the Dow is down 223 points. This is CBS News. If you're a business owner, renting or leasing, you can save a ton of money and own a custom design building made by general steel. Just call 8 7 7 25 steel and get a quote today

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02:59 min | 6 months ago

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"It's 10 o'clock. This is CBS News on the hour. Presented by indeed dot com. I'm Deborah Rodriguez in New York. She's just lost her state's primary, but congresswoman Liz Cheney may have a bigger plan in the works. The Wyoming Republican tells NBC's Today Show, she's considering a run for The White House in 2024. That's a decision that I'm going to make in the coming months of Anne. I'm not going to make any announcements here this morning, but it is something that I'm thinking about Cheney lost by a landslide to Trump backed Republican Harriet hagerman, professor Susan stokes at the Chicago center on democracy, says it's part of a trend. Now we have a full accounting of all of the ten Republican members of the House of Representatives who voted in favor of Trump's second impeachment and only two of the 8 sort of survived CBS News director of elections Anthony salvanto says the capital riot has been pivotal. Republican Party does not want its candidates criticizing January 6th. That's become part of the litmus test, if you will. Correspondent Robert Costa has primary results from Alaska. Former governor Sarah Palin projected to make the general election on the Senate side, Republican senator Lisa Murkowski projected to make the general election in that race along with a Trump backed candidate. Donald Trump's former lawyer Rudy Giuliani stepped out of a limousine and into a courthouse in Atlanta this morning after a judge ordered him to answer questions about efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election, correspondent Jeff Bezos in Atlanta. After learning he was a target of the grand jury Giuliani claimed that he was simply doing his job as Trump's attorney. Legal experts say the grand jury could possibly be building a broader case that might implicate the former president. They have summers and holidays off, but teacher salaries have reached record lows. Here's CBS Linda kenyon. A report by the economic policy institute shows teachers weekly pay was nearly 24% less on average than that of other college graduates. That translates to about 76 cents on the dollar. The report also found the pay gap has been growing larger since the mid 90s. Shoppers use the extra money they'd been paying for gas to buy other things last month. The commerce department says overall retail sales were flat compared to June, triple-A says today's national average for regular gas is down a dollar four from last month to three 94 a gallon. A new warning from environmentalists, we're losing forests to fires, correspondent Vicky Barker, 2021, the second worst year ever for wildfires and area the size of Portugal was lost. And that matters because trees and the soil around them store carbon and when they go, that carbon goes into the atmosphere in the form of greenhouse gases. Dow down one 78. This is CBS News. Higher with minimal effort and max speed within indeed. They're hiring solution platform helps you attract interview and higher candidates efficiently. Visit indeed

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04:26 min | 6 months ago

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"CBS News special report, Republican incumbent Liz Cheney will say so long to her congressional seat after losing to a Trump backed candidate in a landslide in Wyoming's GOP primary. CBS's Robert Costa is in Jackson. Cheney is now the 8th out of ten House Republicans who voted for Trump's second impeachment following the capitol attack to be leaving Congress. CBS News director of elections, Anthony salvanto. If a candidate criticizes what happened on January 6th, only 19% of Republicans say that makes them more likely, but look 42%. This is nationwide, say that makes them less likely to vote for that candidate. So that puts into national context, a lot of what we're seeing play out. In Alaska, Republican Lisa Murkowski and a Trump backed challenger both make it to the general election in November, but Murkowski says I hope that we do not become the party of one person. CBS News special report, I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Now their news at 8 32 and about 30 minutes, Rudy Giuliani, the former New York mayor, and lawyer for former president Trump is scheduled to appear in an Atlanta courthouse to testify before a special grand jury. That panel's investigating possible illegal efforts to influence the 2020 election in Georgia. Giuliani's been told by Atlanta prosecutors that he is a target of their investigation. With that in mind, it's unclear how much Giuliani will be willing to say. Any questioning that does happen today will take place behind closed doors, special grand jury proceedings are secret. President Biden briefly returned from vacation to sign into law the climate healthcare and tax bill that authors have called the inflation reduction act. The new law will spark the largest ever federal investment in green energy and expand drug benefits under Medicare. It's about delivering progress and prosperity to American families. President Biden says its passage proves democracy still works, even as he noted it wasn't bipartisan. Democrats sided with the American people and every single Republican in the Congress sided with the special interest in this vote. Mister Biden gave the pen he used to sign the bill to its co author, Joe Manchin. Joe. It never had a doubt. Even port noise, CBS News, Washington. This is the first school day, the first school system in Maryland to start the new year, class bells are ringing today in Frederick county, Maryland for about 45,000 students. Today is also the debut of a new superintendent there, Cheryl Dyson. She becomes, she comes to Frederick after serving as an area superintendent in Montgomery county, masks will not be required for students or staff this year, but the county is encouraging face coverings. The security of the biggest nuclear power plant in Europe is still in question today as shelling continues dangerously close to the nuclear power plant there. The IAEA inspection team has been trying to get to the facility, but that hasn't happened yet. The key question is whether it's safe for inspectors to go there, a Russian diplomat has warned the International Atomic Energy Agency that its mission faces a quote huge risk because Russia can not guarantee the safety of these inspectors if they go in through Kyiv across the front line. That official said anything could happen to them. UN secretary general Antonio Guterres says the UN has the logistics and security capacity to make the operation happen. WTO's national security correspondent JJ green. Syria is denying that it's holding U.S. journalist Austin tice after President Biden accused the Syrian government of detaining him in a statement that Syrian foreign ministry accused the Biden administration of issuing misleading and baseless accusations against Syria, mister Biden's comments last week marked the tenth anniversary of tices abduction, which took place while he was reporting in Syria, tyus from Houston, his work has been published by The Washington Post and other media outlets. A suspect in a shooting that occurred back in January on Ames street in Georgetown has been taken into custody, U.S. Marshals located and arrested 24 year old Ronde Reynolds in Kingston, Jamaica, is accused of shooting and killing 27 year old Tarek booth of Alexandria, Reynolds is going through the extradition process and will be returned to D.C. where he'll be charged with murder. Up ahead on WTO, looks like there may be

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02:09 min | 6 months ago

"salvanto" Discussed on WTOP

"1111. Democrats have a narrow majority in the House, but upcoming races could give Republicans the edge there, according to a new CBS News battleground tracker model, CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto with some details. The current house blue for democratic seats read for Republicans. Democrats have this narrow majority just over that 218 line that you need. Well, we talked to voters in all these districts. And when you put that together in the model, some of these seats go over the line, that would give the Republicans control at 230. Currently, where things stand. Now the reason for that. Number one reason is voters say what's on their mind is the way they think things are just going in the country and they think it's going badly. So what happens? Well, they start to punish the party in power for that. And those who think it's going badly are breaking towards the Republicans. So what are some of the issues that could drive voters to the polls? Let's start with roe versus wade. I looked in particular at women under 50 because they're such an important part of the Democrats base. Well, for them, they're saying the abortion issue is just as important as the economy and the inflation and inflation. Now, what's going on with women registered voters generally? They think that a Republican majority would make things in the country worse for women more so than better. All of this affects the democratic base because Democrats need these votes. Well, what happens? You look at the democratic base saying that their party is not doing enough to protect abortion access. So Democrats still need to fire up that base and say they can do something about that issue they care about. Again, CBS News elections and surveys director Anthony salvanto, the CBS News YouGov battleground tracker, was conducted with a sample of more than 1700 registered voters with a margin of error of plus or minus three points. Jack sports on the way, it's 1113. Want me to make some coffee? Oh, yeah. You know, I used the last filter, but there's more in the pantry to the left. Yep. Right where she always always what? She always marked how tall we were since we could stand up. All the

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03:23 min | 9 months ago

"salvanto" Discussed on WTOP

"This shipment provides enough formula to take care of 9000 babies in 18,000 toddlers for a week Secretary of agriculture Tom vilsack met the shipment on the tarmac The formula should arrive in clinics and hospitals across the country in the next few days Another shipment lands in Pennsylvania this week too Meantime hospitals in the U.S. are dealing with a serious drug shortage doctor Mitchell Goldstein is a neo natalist in California He tells 60 minutes most days nearly 300 essential drugs are in short supply These are basic things Glucose sugar It's not hard to make But the point is we can't get it Experts say pharmaceutical companies have just stopped making many lifesaving generic drugs because there's little profit A new CBS News poll shows Americans aren't very confident in how the Biden administration is handling the economy 6 in ten of those asked say they feel uneasy or worried about the state of the country CBS News director of surveys Anthony salvanto On inflation it's not good His handling of inflation and his ratings Was.

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Bloomberg Radio New York

03:17 min | 9 months ago

"salvanto" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Market I look at where we are and there's this emotion It usually happens at night in everyone's tired President Biden's coming home And he has to walk down the stairs walking into when he returns to Washington Well when President Biden returns to Washington on Tuesday he is walking back to a Washington without a Congress in session And one where he is looking at a lot more concern about what the midterm races are going to be for his party And we're going to talk about that Sunday with Rick Scott Florida Republican who's advising other senators on how to win in their races and November and inflation we know is prime cudgel for the party Democrats are also going to share their views with us Hakeem Jeffries Key voice in democratic leadership in the house will be with us What is the distinction of the CBS reporting Not the races of the nuances But the new of moving on from The Old Guard to the new guard towards this midterm election I think the jury is still out in terms of how much of a kingmaker within the Republican Party the former president is still obviously this race in Pennsylvania is closely watched but we may not get a full verdict until we're through all of these races including the one this summer out in Wyoming where Liz Cheney is being primaried by Trump endorsed candidate We are also looking at what the prevailing messages for Democrats here as we look towards some of those races So we're teasing out trends and we're going to have Anthony salvanto elections guru with us to talk about some of the polling data to try to figure out what the American populist is thinking right now And Margaret on face nation to Sunday I see that you have Robert Gates former United States Secretary of Defense on what will be the line of questioning for mister Gates Well we love talking to the former defense secretary He's got great insight not just into the party that he used to call the Republican Party and his home But also just his intent his intelligence and national security backdrop background So I want to talk to him about Asia this threat from North Korea potentially even firing off a missile or nuclear test while the president is in the region Talk about his view as a cold warrior on how Vladimir Putin is executing this war and Ukraine and trying to use inflation as a weapon of war as well to break the resolve of the west So a lot of things to talk to him about including the future of his party Margaret Brennan thank you so much Greatly greatly appreciate it as well Paul Margaret Brennan face the nation Sunday Absolutely you can hear face nation on Bloomberg radio 2 p.m. Wall Street time on Sunday And we love carrying face the nation because Margaret always gets some very interesting and very topical guests so we appreciate that Really appreciate it Excuse me really appreciate it Look for Margaret Brennan 2 p.m. across Bloomberg radio with our news in.

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01:34 min | 11 months ago

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"This is news CBS News special report the UN says the Russian war has displaced more than two and a half million people CBS's Nora O'Donnell is in Warsaw The numbers are staggering 1.8 million refugees here in Poland 400,000 of them here in Warsaw That means the population of this city has increased by more than 20% They come to a place like here a reception area It's dark now because they're sleeping For many people it's the first sleep that they've had in days a new CBS News poll finds a majority of Americans support sanctions on Russian oil even if it means higher gas prices CBS Anthony salvanto on face the nation You ask people why it is that they support the sanctions and it's not that they say they can readily afford it is that they say they want to help Ukraine and punish Russia The lundberg survey says gas prices hit a record four 43 a gallon this weekend up 79 cents over the past two weeks CBS News special report I'm Monica ricks Coming up on WTO after traffic and weather ideas to breathe new life into Glenn echo park 1236 How many steps do you take before you have foot pain Hi it's Jonathan cotton with a good feed store and the truth is the battle between our feet and the concrete or asphalt usually winds up with our feet losing Studies show that about 75% of people will experience some kind of foot pain by middle age I found that out a number of years ago with plantar fasciitis and I tried to remedy it with shoes and drugstore cushions that didn't work Finally I went to.

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CBS News poll: Elizabeth Warren tops Democrats' wish list for VP

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00:50 sec | 2 years ago

CBS News poll: Elizabeth Warren tops Democrats' wish list for VP

"Washington meantime Biden continues to look for a running mate and he has promised to name a woman to that position a new poll shows senator Elizabeth Warren tops the Democrats wish list Anthony Salvanto is director of polling for CBS news and says voters are looking for someone with economic expertise and crisis management stood out was that people said they were looking for economic expertise you know most presidential nominee and also crisis management experience now put those on the list along with things like legislative experience executive experience the kinds of things you typically see people talk about in looking for a fee for you senator Kamilla Harris finished second followed by former Georgia state Rep Stacey Abrams and Minnesota senator Amy

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What to watch for in Tuesday's Texas primaries

Jay Talking

00:49 sec | 5 years ago

What to watch for in Tuesday's Texas primaries

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