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"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Dell small business I'm Sam Litzinger it's not clear how far this will gap but most members of the Minneapolis city council now say they favor dismantling the police department's house member for the coming here we're not going to be tomorrow then we have no one for you to call for help there will be thoughtful intentional work that's done researching cage man's learning that happens and I transition that will happen over time many of those were white police officers pinned George Floyd by the neck his death sparked international demonstrations KCBS TV reporter joy Benedict is covering the protests in Los Angeles I can't breathe it was a powerful moment on the steps of city hall as the final words of George Floyd were read out loud listening intently the mothers of LA area high school students and Los Angeles police officers when George Lloyd called for his mother I felt like he was calling for me as a mother as well these mothers have children involved in building blue bridges and organization bridging the gap between young people in the LAPD a lot of kids when they see the police the first thing I asked them what do you want to do and they say it run why are you running if you didn't do anything because I'm running for my life Colin Powell who served as America's top military officer and the top diplomat under Republican presidents tells CNN he will vote for Democrat Joe Biden like using president trump of drifting from the constitution I'm very close to Joe Biden and a social matter and on a political matter I work with him for thirty five forty years and he is now the candidate and I will be voting for him president trump responded on Twitter calling Powell a real stiff CBS news meteorologist Jeff bird Delhi says the Gulf coast is now taking a direct hit from tropical storm Cristobal and as winds right around forty five to fifty miles an hour so far the biggest threats have been both storm surge we see around five to six feet in some isolated locations in addition rain and there's been a lot of heavy rain but believe it or not not necessarily the heaviest in Louisiana where the storm is it's on the outer bands of the storm in northern Florida the Florida panhandle where some places have picked up ten to twelve inches missionaries from the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints of long knocked on doors shaking hands or walk up to strangers to spread their gospel now the corona virus pandemic is forced them to do their out reach online in Facebook groups and through video calls the church is brought home more than twenty six thousand young people from overseas missions aimed at recruiting new members many of taking their work to social media in their home countries officials with the faith widely known as the Mormon church say the technology focus could be here to stay this is CBS news dell technologies advisors are here to help businesses work remotely with unparalleled collaboration solutions like windows ten and Microsoft teams call eight seven seven asphodel now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com thousands of demonstrators gathered today in Seattle's a fell apart they also go the pastor Harvey Drake called for a season of catalytic change locally and across the nation demonstrators came for the we want to live March for black lives they March in the park down Rainier Avenue south as many more thousands continue protests against systemic racism and police brutality throughout Washington ebony Maranda with black lives matter Seattle king county says well the city of Seattle and the state of Washington have made some concessions there's more work to be done we also feel this progress is not enough and that it this isn't the time to back down she says it's vital there is long lasting transformational change and so black lives matter Seattle king county is calling for a state wide general strike protest March in a day of action in support of all black lives in Washington state on Friday June twelfth Maranda says it was not an easy decision that they took lightly understanding that there will be criticism but that they need to be willing to do anything to get that systemic change that is necessary that's Cairo radios Hannah Scott Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan is urging anyone who's been out of protest to get tested for covert nineteen Saturday she announced a new city wide program that expands testing criteria to anyone who's attended large group gatherings even if they're not showing symptoms previously only people with symptoms have been encouraged to get tested or people who believe they've been exposed to someone who has covered nineteen and the past two weeks the city is set up to new drive thru test site now open in north and south Seattle your.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on WTOP
"Have been shipped to non public U. S. labs by Monday CBS news update I'm Sam Litzinger we're following breaking news coming out of the district DC confirming its first presumptive positive test result for corona virus this afternoon your browser set to address reporters at any moment they tune to WTOP as we will bring you updates on this developing story and the mayor's comments as she makes them once again the breaking news that we're following at this hour is the DC confirming about an hour ago that it has seen its first presumptive positive test result for coronavirus they said they found it late this afternoon meanwhile this is the latest on the three people who tested positive for coronavirus in Montgomery County turns out one of them recently attended a big event at a retirement community before they knew they had the corona virus one of those Maryland residents attended a large event at the village at Rockville retirement community last Friday February twenty eighth where they were in contact with approximately seventy to a hundred individuals including outside visitors as well as residents and staff that's Maryland governor Larry Hogan he's urging everyone who attended to call their doctor to see if they should be tested for corona virus the state health department is asking those who attended to monitor themselves for symptoms and take their temperature twice a day until fourteen days have passed since possible exposure another one of those Montgomery County coronavirus patients went to Philadelphia recently and had contact with the school group as a result of five schools in the Philadelphia area closed out of an abundance of caution Hogan says all three Montgomery County residents got coronavirus well on an Egyptian Nile river cruise ship called the MS Assara Michelle Basch WTOP news meanwhile eight others are now being tested in Maryland there are no confirmed cases in Virginia but seven people are being tested there and as we mentioned DC confirming its first presumptive positive test result for corona virus your browser set to hold a briefing at any moment on this developing story and stay tuned to WTOP as we bring you the updates meanwhile two people from New York attended a packed they tested positive for covert nineteen as well both attending the American Israel public affairs committee conference earlier this week the cell department saying that you weren't experiencing any symptoms when they were after the conference that leaves the health department I believe the cases have no respect for anyone who might have been exposed G. W. saying it had thirty students at that event they say their students probably weren't at risk meanwhile in Congress they're working to make sure that employees don't get penalized if they have to take time off due to the corona virus more from WTOP's Mitchell Miller on Capitol Hill Virginia senator mark Warner is leading a group of lawmakers who are urging employers to be proactive what we've got to really make sure is that families don't miss a paycheck don't lose a job Warner is among fourteen senators including Virginia's Tim Kaine and Maryland's Chris van Hollen and been carton who have written to major industry groups among the recommendations that any employees who must undergo quarantine not lose their sick pay or annual leave and that companies provide options such as telework Warner says it's also in the economic interest of companies to work with their employees this is enough of a challenge that is with the health care challenge we don't need the economic burden as well coming on families on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news it was supposed to be the last day of region is legislative session but lawmakers say they won't get everything done major baseline budget differences and how the house and Senate give money to colleges and would pay for raises for state workers and teachers means there's no finish deal on the sixteenth day of the sixty day session the most likely outcomes a special session in coming days but the session could also be extended several dozen other bills are being finalized today from universal background checks on gun sales and requiring guns being locked up in home daycares to minimum wage hikes collective bargaining for local government or school employees and letting local governments implement five cent plastic bag fees investment bank Smith WTOP news and still ahead on WTOP why there's a good chance the former acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney will be seeing green lots of it seven thirty six if you don't know PPC.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm Sam Litzinger. Some of the pollsters who've been working for the Trump campaign, we'll have to find someone else to work for them and let go some data had been leaked indicating that Mr. Trump was trailing. Joe Biden in key states. University of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato says the president has one big advantage. What's really significant is that this is a golden Konami. What's remarkable is Donald Trump really doesn't get a whole lot of credit for it, or it's not showing up in the polls. So what is it? That's holding him back. Donald Trump himself. CBS news battleground tracker finds most Democrats, they Joe Biden can beat Mr. Trump and a Fox News survey has the president trailing. The former vice president by ten points nationwide Israel has approved in principle, new community, named after President Trump on a contested frontier zone with Syria, the Trump heights project is intended to spend ties with Mr. Trump. Phoenix. Police chief is publicly apologizing to members of a family who filed a ten million dollar claim against the city alleging civil rights violations by police officers video shows them pointing guns at a father and a pregnant woman holding a baby CBS news correspondent Jonathan vaguely Audie. Cell phone video captured the chaos. As Phoenix police officers at times sounded like hitman. SUV driven aims, and he's pregnant theon say I shall Harper along with her two young children. He needs to slow down in those Kansas night, there, the woman behind these cell phone.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Sam Litzinger. The Trump administration's cutting direct American aid to three Central American countries. The president has blamed for illegal immigration, El Salvador, Guatemala Honduras. CBS news correspondent cath Craig says Mr. Trump is also threatening to close the US border with Mexico next week. We'll keep a close for a long time. I'm not playing games the threat comes as the department of homeland security says the number of undocumented immigrants in their custody is at a crisis level, withholding facilities, overflowing, mostly with families and children DHS secretary Kirstin Nielsen wrote to congress that we face a system wide meltdown. Experts say closing the border could hit the economies of both countries. We may soon be seeing more of the Muller report. But not as much as congressional Democrats want, which is all of it here. CBS news. Correspondent Tom Foty. As the president goes on Twitter. Rallies and Fox News to claim exoneration. His attorney general Bill born I'll promises something closer to a full Muller report by mid April. But it's still leaves congressional Democrats unsatisfied think that if you have hundreds of pages a report, and you can somehow condense it into a few pages. There may very well be things that are missing Loyola Law. Professor, Laurie Levenson. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington Brune is defending its right to implement his logic laws that would allow death-by-stoning for adultery and homosexuality against growing global criticism as a protest Oscar winning actor George Clooney is calling for a boycott of luxury hotels owned by the Brunei investment company. A federal judge has overturned President Trump's effort to open up large sections of the Arctic and Atlantic oceans to oil and gas leasing Nathan Munro with the Sierra clubs happy that ban upheld by this quarter. Having the court block the Trump administration's attempt to do it. We think it's great news trip that Arctic Ocean. Great news for the. Planet. Great news for the fight against climate change. The Josh is Mr. Trump's attempt to undo President Obama's protections was a violation of the federal outer continental shelf lands act. She says presidents have the power under that law to withdraw areas from national oil and gas leasing programs as Mr Obama did. But only congress has the power to add areas to the leasing program better. Iraq is formally kicking off his presidential campaign with three rallies across his home state came close to upsetting Senator Ted Cruz close enough to generate the national buzz now, boosting his White House been the democratic ex congressman is holding a morning rally near the US Mexico border in his native El Paso, then traveling to historically black Texas Southern University in Houston before an evening event.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"I'm Sam Litzinger Virginia. Governor Ralph north and was made his first public appearance since his news conference a week ago during which he refused to resign over a racist yearbook photo, he's attended the funeral of a state trooper north of now says he wants to work toward racial, reconciliation Virginia's attorney general Mark herring has acknowledged wearing black face and two women are accusing Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax of sexual assault. University of Virginia political analyst Larry Sabato, having to allegations is a critical mass, especially if the women are credible, and they appear to be credible in this particular case and the second woman made particularly good case for herself. And there is some corroborating evidence axes facing demands for many of his fellow politicians that he stepped down. President Trump's reelection campaign has taken quick note of Elizabeth Warren's presidential candidacy and is sharply. Criticizing the democratic Senator signing her past claims to native American heritage. Mr. Trump's campaign manager says Warren has been exposed as a fraud. She met her presidential candidacy official at a rally in Massachusetts saying she wants to help create an America that works for everyone. The Senate is expected to confirm William bars. Attorney general next week CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey says members of congress are still thinking about the testimony yesterday by the acting attorney general. Was combative at times he interrupted he disrupted the hearings. There were moments where he told the chairman of the committee that a his five minutes are up a which is an unusual scene coming from the witness of a hearing Whitaker and says he hasn't interfered in any way with special counsel Robert Muller's investigation. Residency the Pacific northwest or dealing with a heavy snowfall.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Sam Litzinger Virginia's governor promises to remain in office despite widespread calls for his resignation here. CBS news correspondent Jim KwaZulu democratic Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam is distancing himself from a racist. To photo it has nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook. When I was confronted with the images yesterday. I was appalled that they appeared on my page, but I believe in and now that I am not either of the people in that photo north up who faces a chorus calling for his resignation says he had never seen the yearbook until the picture surfaced Friday. Jim, Chris, cillizza? Bs new northbound says he had prematurely apologized Virginia's two US senators and former governor Doug wilder now calling on to resign. President Trump tweets that Northerns actions are unforgivable. The Trump administration says it would require extraordinary effort to reunite what may be thousands of migrant children who were separated from their parents. And even if it could the children would likely be emotionally harmed that position was outlined. In a court. Order response to a government watchdog report on practice that drew widespread criticism last year. The official says removing children from sponsor homes to rejoin their parents could be traumatic thousands of people in southern California are under evacuation orders because we're huge storm. That's rolled in from the Pacific. Can't ex- report. Demetrio on Malibu's has a lot of roads are affected. The main problem. They're having a Pacific Coast Highway is that the runoff is brought mud with it closing up storm drains when that happens runoff has no place to go but on the highway itself. Excavators. Skip loaders they're getting the mud and everything else that debris off the road. Tour. Cast is expected even more rain tomorrow and into next week more protests in Venezuela by those opposed to left as President Nicolas Madura CBS may BBC correspondent Orla Guerin in Caracas has they're pinning our hopes on opposition leader one guy,.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sam Litzinger, no surrender is how President Trump frames his decision to temporarily reopened the government while still pursuing a border wall. Deal insists he didn't cave to Democrats CBS news. Correspondent Nicole Killian says negotiators on I'll try to find some common. Ground part of this deal involves setting up a bipartisan congressional committee that will look for ways to secure the border. So we know President Trump points five point seven billion dollars for the border wall. We know Democrats don't really want to give that money, but they are potentially interested in looking at other security upgrade were looking at funding that would provide other alternatives. So that will be the discussion that will be had over the next three weeks. And the president says if there's not a deal it's possible. The government could shut down again issue an executive order to try to build the wall. Former Trump campaign adviser Roger stone will be arraigned in Washington DC next week. He was arrested yesterday is home in Fort Lauderdale, Florida has been charged. With witness tampering obstruction and lying to congress in the special counsel's Russia investigation tells W F O TV, he didn't do what he's alleged to have done the indictment asserts that to campaign officials either told me to find out what was in WikiLeaks disclosures are asked me about it. That is demonstrably false. He says you'll plead not guilty. Haunt his on in Louisiana for the person who shot and killed five people in two parishes. Investigators say some of the victims or relatives of their prime suspect. Twenty one year old Dakota -tario sheriff, Bobby Weber. Have not been apprehended yet. But we do have a warrant for his arrest. Two counts. I agree. Mrs stereo must be considered armed and dangerous. At least forty people have been confirmed. Dead. Nearly three hundred missing after a dam collapsed at a mine in southeast Brazil, millions of tons of muddy sludge poured out the facility and down towards farmland BBC correspondent Julia Coronado says rescuers are having real trouble for very risky.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Sam Litzinger and ugly Christmas Eve on Wall Street. The Dow plunged six hundred and fifty three points in a short trading day with investors. Shaken in part by President Trump's increasingly sharp criticism of the Federal Reserve CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says. There's a lot of worry about we haven't unresolved U S China trade war, we have ongoing drama around the Great Britain's exit from the European Union. We've got risks in the corporate debt markets and last week. The Federal Reserve added to the agenda that investors are feeling because they said, yes, we expected this quarter point hike, but we didn't expect that the fed said it would be on pace to raise two more times in twenty nineteen. Traders are also concerned about Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin comments that he's been talking to some major banks about how much money they have which hasn't even been considered a problem. What has ficials warned the partial shutdown could stretch into the new year? President Trump President Trump is still blaming Democrats. Even though he said he'd own a shutdown eight tweets. Virtually every democrat. We are dealing with today. Strong support a border wall or fence. He was only when I made it an important part of my campaign because people and drugs are pouring into our country on check that they turned against it US arrests on the Mexican border jumped seventy eight percent in November from year earlier searches in Indonesia, still looking for anyone who's trapped in the debris from soon. Nami that killed hundreds CBS news correspondent, Barry Petersen. People can be trapped, but protected sometimes by the debris, if it rains, they get water that can sustain them. So it's not without reason for some people to keep hoping that their loved ones are alive. Even now as each hour passes that hope has to fade a little bit more more than fourteen hundred people were injured at least one hundred twenty eight or missing in Rome..
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And Sam Litzinger, the partial federal shutdowns expected to drag into Christmas, President Trump and congressional leaders are still stuck in a standoff over his border wall with Mexico. The Santa has a journey, but could be called back into session. If there's a deal Santa majority leader, Mitch McConnell blamed Democrats for the shutdown even though President Trump had said he would own it. They brought us about because they're under a lot of pressure. Well, no this. Their far left. And feel compelled to disagree with the president almost anything. And certainly this Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the problem is in the White House repeatedly. The president has privately agreed to a deal with congressional leaders only to reverse himself when criticized by the far, right? We can't have another situation when the president signaled support at first, but then reverses himself, which is precisely what caused this shutdown. The president jettison his Florida Holloway holiday getaway to his club. Mar-a-lago tweeting. I am in the White House working hard, President Trump's Android of the coalition fighting ISIS has resigned Brett mcgurk says he doesn't agree with the decision to pull American troops out of Syria. Mr. Trump says ISIS has been beaten, but CBS news military consultant retired army Colonel Jeff McCausland says no it hasn't with residencies be the only guy that believes that. Because if you look across the national security community United States, not only Democrats, but certainly Republicans are those. Independence, you find it very difficult to find somebody who agrees with that. Statement Defense Secretary Mattis also resigned over Mr. Trump's decision. Mr. Trump tweets now ICS's largely defeated another local countries, including Turkey should be able to easily take care of whatever remains we're coming home. Anger after black high school wrestler. Andrew Johnson was told to cut off his dreadlocks by white referee at a match in New Jersey in an Instagram post Olympic gold medal wrestler, Jordan, Burroughs offered his support to Johnson. The fact that the parents and the coaching staff in that gymnasium allow for you to be put in this position and didn't protect you is absolutely shameful the referee. Alan Moloney isn't being assigned anymore matches until the review is complete London's. Gatwick airport's dealing with long lines and flight delays. But at least there are no new drone sightings. British officials. Hope the worst is over after two people were arrested in connection with the drone invasion, but had shut down the country's second busiest airport. Checking lines at Gatwick stretched the length of.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Sam Litzinger to monster. Wildfires in California are still burning out of control having already killed at least eleven people destroyed dozens of buildings and forced hundreds of thousands to flee their homes CBS news. Correspondent Jamie Yuka students at Pepperdine university in Malibu or told to shelter in place as the flames crept near campus. Nearby. Homeowners had just minutes to get their horses to safety turning the iconic Zuma beach in Malibu into a makeshift ranch. Was this always your plan to get to the Pacific, if the safest place to be with the fresh air coming unless you have fresh air coming off the beach because the ocean because let me tell you it was. So the air was so thick last night. You could barely breathe so far the fire has displaced two hundred and fifty thousand people with fire crews at their breaking point in the town of paradise fire destroyed most homes and half, the businesses Florida. Authorities have ordered a statewide recount of the races for US Senator and governor amid accusations of fraud from the candidates and from President Trump and the governor's race. The latest unofficial result on the Florida division of elections website show Republican Ron Santa's who was backed by Mr. Trump leading democratic candidate Andrew gillum by just over thirty three thousand votes. The saddest says, let's end this at noon today, supervisors of election from across the state submitted their election returns to the secretary of state. Those results are clear and unambiguous just as they were on election night in the Senate race incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson says he wants every vote counted in his race against Republican governor, Rick Scott, we still don't know for sure who's going to be the next governor of Georgia. I'm Jim Krasula. Civil rights groups are urging Democrats Stacey Abrams to fight on in the still too close to call Georgia governor's race. Thousands of provisional ballots. Must still be counted Republican Brian Kemp is called on Abrahams to concede. There have been allegations of voter suppression. In the race. President Trump is in Paris to Mark their one hundredth anniversary of the end of the first World War. CBS news White House. Correspondent ouija Jiang is traveling with him President Trump and the first lady attended a social luncheon with their French counterparts. But they scrapped a scheduled. Visit to an American cemetery citing bad weather tomorrow. President Trump is said to have lunch with several world leaders including Russian President, Vladimir Putin. The president says they do not have a formal meeting on the schedule you'll be flying back to Washington before too much longer. French officials say the Trump administration has agreed to consult with NATO partners on its plan to pull out of an arms control treaty with the Russians. This is CBS. News to experience relief from muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Now from the KIRO radio news room.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Sam Litzinger Malibu, California's under an evacuation order because of a huge wildfire. That's burning everything from mansions to mobile homes. This man barely made it out of bell canyon within three minutes. It went from what's moderate to. We're running for our lives to be asked news correspondent Steve Futterman around. One hundred fifty homes have been destroyed. Many of these homes here in the Malibu area. I went through the Malibu canyon area today going up and down some residential areas streets, and the destruction is in some places just overwhelming home after home after home destroyed some of these just beautiful homes in picturesque areas. Wildfire in northern California has become the state's most destructive since record keeping began all told the fires are blamed for at least eleven deaths. The Florida secretary of state has ordered recounts in the US Senate and governor race. CBS news correspondent Peter King says the unofficial results fell within the margin that by law triggers recount for all we know the machinery couch may be underway county unofficial machine. Recount results are doing Thursday at three PM eastern time. Now at that time any race with the margin of a quarter of one percent or less goes to a manual recount. And I think we're definitely talking about the Senate race there. Because the numbers we have so far show that it is well below a quarter of one percent Republican governor Rick Scott's lead over democratic incumbent. Bill Nelson is point one four percentage points nonofficial results show, the Republican former US Representative Ron Santa's leads a democratic Tallahassee. Mayor Andrew gillum by point four one percentage points, the leaders of France and Germany have held a commemoration to Mark the end of World War One century ago. I'm Elaine Cobb in Paris in a meeting filled with symbolism. French president, Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor. Angela Merkel unveiled a plaque to reconciliation in the forest clearing in northeastern France where the war officially ended. Then he took her inside the train car where the armistice was signed the two agreed that never again with their countries. Go to war against each other thousands or Central American migrants are back on the move toward the US border after dedicated Mexico City metro trains wisdom to the outskirts of the capital and drivers began offering rides north. The caravan became a campaign issue in US midterm elections. And President Trump has ordered the deployment of more than five thousand military troops to the border to fend off the migrants. He's also suggesting without proof that there are criminals reason terrorists in the group c CBS news. Brought to.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Sam Litzinger resources the FBI is looking into the allegations of sexual misconduct against supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh that have been made by a former classmate here. CBS news correspondent Jim Taylor. She was a classmate of Brett Kavanagh's at Yale. Her attorney says the FBI wants to talk to her. Deborah Ramirez says she will do so answering questions about her claims it cavenaugh exposed himself. That's an interesting development. Former FBI assistant director Ron hostile the FBI get some detail from MS Ramirez. Some additional information from her like other people who are present had knowledge of who she might have spoken with 'obediently after the alleged event. He says the FBI pro could be wrapped up as soon as this Tuesday. Jim Taylor CBS news been questions about whether the new investigation would include claims made by women other than Christine Blasi four Cavanaugh has denied the allegations made against him and says he will. Not withdraw from the nomination process wrecked buildings damaged roads. And broken communications are among the many obstacles slowing rescuers on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, whereas soon NAMI and earthquake killed hundreds of people Indonesia's national disaster agency says nearly four hundred people were killed in the city of Paolo alone. CBS news, correspondent Johnson bigly. Ati the death toll. It is expected to rise. Emergency response has been impossible for some areas. Where roads have been destroyed and telecommunications knocked out as those as rescue operations continued strong aftershocks reported that's raising concern for more life threatening. Damage. Officials say many people were taking part in a beach festival when the soon NAMI struck Northridge foreign minister says his nation will never disarm its nuclear weapons. I if it can't trust Washington speaking at the United Nations, he's calling on the US to follow through on promises. Made during a summit in Singapore. Between the rivals leaders CBS news foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Falk, North Korea's on void defiantly told the UN that bringing North Korea to its knees is a pipe dream of some nations. A message essentially directed at the US, South Korea and Japan secretary's day, Mike Pompeo seems to be on the verge of restarting nuclear diplomacy. More than three months after that meeting Francis leaders. Proposing a new international coalition to revive global cooperation they say is being threatened by countries like the US and Russia. Foreign affairs Minister Jean Yves Le drian announced the plan while speaking at Harvard University calling for an alliance of goodwill powers that believe.
14 injured outside Backstreet Boys concert at casino
"Two, the backstreet boys were forced to call off a show in Oklahoma yesterday. After severe weather came through the area and injured fourteen fans the concert was being held at an outdoor stage at a casino and resort in Fakher Ville Oklahoma when a sudden storm packing. Winds up to, eighty miles an hour struck people at, the concert were told to seek shelter but some standing on line stayed. Outside and, were hit by entrance trust is knocked down by the storm many were treated on the scene and.
'Little Red' 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 found after 50 years, could be worth millions
"Morning to you MTA gown WBZ news top stories now New Hampshire police are actively investigating after a teenager or. Shot, at as he entered a. Portsmouth home looking for a party well it was the wrong house apparently he had the. Wrong address and started. The homeowners who were. Asleep at a time. T was not injured any book by Aaron Hernandez's lawyer is out it's called. Unnecessary roughness inside a trial and a final days of Aaron Hernandez the book includes three. Suicide notes Hernandez road the night before he died and in taxes some school systems are helping illegal immigrant children
Britain, Senator Richard Blumenthal and Connecticut discussed on Clark Howard
"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by ziprecruiter i'm sam litzinger the top diplomats he's president trump and russian president putin should meet as planned on monday despite new concerns about russian hacking secretary state mike pompeo says he's confident the meeting will put america in a better place cbs news correspondent kenneth craig says mr trump is now at his resort in scotland antitrump protesters shouted at president trump as he played golf resort in scotland the president is scheduled to meet with russian president vladimir putin next week but the summit is being overshadowed by explosive new charges of russian meddling the department of justice announced indictments against twelve russian intelligence officials for tampering with the presidential election in two thousand sixteen hunt saturday mr trump tweeted these russian individuals did their work during the obama years why didn't obama do something about it because he thought crooked hillary would win that's why mr trump has given an interview to piers morgan and the mail on sunday newspaper quotes saying he fully intends to run for reelection in two thousand twenty and doesn't see any democrat who could beat him he also took the unusual step of saying he discussed britain's exit from the european union with the queen who said it's a very complex problem congressional democrats are moving to block brett kavanagh's nomination is the next supreme court justice in their weekly media talk connecticut senator richard blumenthal his cabinet would be bad for your health we know who will vote to affectively eliminate the affordable care act and undermine protections for millions of americans who suffer from preexisting.
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"Our presented by theraworx relief i've sam litzinger summer's in full blast across much of the country triple digit temperatures in southern california for example the heat along with drought conditions are making it tough for crews battling dozens of wildfires across the west cbs news correspondent carter evans says a california fire burning near the oregon border has turned deadly firefighters remain on edge as reports came in throughout the day of popup fires fanned by hot dry winds in northern california near the oregon border officials say a fast moving wildfire there has now claimed the life at least a dozen homes have been destroyed campfires have been banned in colorado's rocky mountain national park because of the fire risk the atlantic seasons first hurricane barrel seems headed for a weekend push into the eastern caribbean threatening islands still struggling to recover from last year's storms jack bevan at the national hurricane center is tracking it appear favorable for this system tropical storm what impact it will have on land in high surf at this point is still a bit open the question puerto rico's governor has declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm justin case even though the first shots have been fired in a trade war between the us and china wall street traders decided instead to focus today on encouraging jobs report cbs news correspondent steven portnoy says there is concern for the longer term though the president insists the move is necessary to combat chinese theft of american technical knowhow as a communist's brace for a trade war mister trump warns the twenty five percent tariff imposed today on thirty four billion dollars worth of goods could soon be followed by tariffs on two hundred billion dollars more and three hundred billion more after that beijing says it's hitting back adding previously warned it would target us soybeans cars and whiskey johnny calls this the biggest trade war in economic history there's been an arrest in connection with the bus crash that killed sixteen members of canadian junior hockey team back in april major crime investigators arrested the driver of the semi trailer unit jazz karite siddhu at twenty nine year old male from calgary alberta curtis ablock you with the royal canadian mounted police sidu faces sixteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing death thirteen counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle causing bodily injury the washington post reports twitter has sharply escalated its battle against fake and suspicious accounts suspending more than a million accounts per day in recent months the major shift to reduce the flow of disinformation on the platform on wall street the dow gained nearly one hundred points the s and p five hundred was up twenty three the nasdaq climbed nearly.
Protesters across U.S. call on Trump to reunite immigrant families
"Cbs news update thousands of protesters who taken to the streets today hope to change president trump's mind on immigration they apparently didn't succeed he tweets that anyone trying to enter the states illegally should be sent back without legal proceedings the demonstrators say that is unfair right i is wrong this is not about left versus right this is just wrong humanly wrong singer alicia keys spoke at a rally in washington dc she says she strongly opposed to separating migrant children from their families all of our fight because if it can happen any child it can happen to my child and your child can all of our children mr trump has signed an order ending the policy children remain in detention centers and apart from their families cbs news update i'm sam litzinger.
The royal wedding melds tradition with the new
"The past and the future of the wedding of britain's prince harry and american megan markle there was traditional pomp and circumstance plus a touch of african american culture in the form of an african american pastor the reverend michael curry delay dr martin luther king once said and i quote we must discover the power of love the redemptive power of love cbs news correspondent mark phillips had to seem traditional and satisfy the royal traditionalist so it was here at saint george's chapel it was here in windsor castle all of the royals up to and including the queen were there the wedding was a global of anthrax to harry status he's he's senior british royal and markle's celebrity after starring on the us tv series suits cbs news update i'm sam litzinger your saturday night forecast.
2000% increase in Russian trolls after airstrikes in Syria
"The news watch never stops by grasshopper i'm sam litzinger the russian disinformation campaigns underway over the us led airstrikes in syria the spokeswoman says there's been a two thousand percent increase in russian trolls in the past twenty four hours the us britain and france say they launched the strike to punish syrian president assad for suspected chemical attack against civilians in the town of duma outside damascus america's gone to nikki haley we cannot stand by and let russia trash every international norm that we stand for and a while the use of chemical weapons to go unanswered the un security council rejected a russian demand that the allied attack be condemned cbs news correspondent jonathan bigly avi has more international reaction russia which backs the assad regime confirmed there were no immediate reports of casualties but in special you insecure council meeting the russian federation slammed the timing of the operation which was launched just before independent investigators studied the site of last week's alleged chemical attack didn't you started the organizers of the gresh didn't even wait for the establishment of facts by an international organization which is authorized to do that iran's supreme leader ayatollah ali khamenei another ally of the syrian government went so far as to call president trump and his allies criminal at least three people have been killed in the central us is it deals with the storm system that's brought dangerous winds rain hail even snow cbs news correspondent david begg knows in the arkansas town of mountain bird utility crews are working to get mountain berg arkansas back online after this small town of nearly seven hundred people was devastated by tornado on friday this arkansas couple raced against the tornado and loss thankful for their seatbelts they were unhurt vehicle slipped into a ditch in northeast louisiana a two year old child was killed overnight when a tree crashed into the rv she was sleeping in four adults and a toddler also inside got out ok in many state capitals this weekend.
15 Dead In Canadian Junior Hockey Team Bus Crash
"This is cbs news on the hour presented by grasshopper i'm sam litzinger president trump tweets the trump tower in new york as well built building which he claims he's one reason to fire on one of its upper floors didn't spread far apparently tweeted too soon officials say the four alarm fire still is under control and that one person's been seriously hurt for firefighters were hurt no word on the cause of the fire this man was in the building when it broke out on the escanaba and then i had a big bang night the debris falling onto the glossary so i looked up and i saw smoke coming out of wanted to windows mr trump is at the white house and not in his new york building a lightning strike report in white springs florida five people struck one kills it happened near a camper where people were seeking shelter during a storm the death toll has climbed to fifteen in the crash of a bus carrying a youth hockey team in western canada officials say a semi smashed into it fourteen people were hurt cbs news correspondent nicki tease tumble rodman said canadian prime minister justin trudeau offered his support this is truly a dark moment for our city in our community and our province you know we're we're a small town and and we're overwhelmed with outpouring of condolences that we've received go find me pay for the team has now raised more than a million dollars the website even stopped working at one point a vigil is being planned to honor the victims the cause of this tragedy is not known yet crashing says it looked like there had been an airstrike in munster germany a deadly van crash that killed two people and injured twenty officials say so far they found no link to terrorism the driver who killed himself is believed to be a middle aged german man was psychological issues cbs news correspondent jonathan vaguely auto was a pedestrian area that was open to traffic so cars could drive through but at the cobblestone area where you be a number of restaurants with tears sitting outside those areas were completely packed with people so you can imagine the chaos that was caused when this car veered towards one of these restaurants german officials.
Pomona, California standoff ends with suspect in custody
"The askew cbs news on the hour presented by simmons beauty rest on tom foty unexpectedly competitive congressional contest in pennsylvania ahead of a special election there on tuesday to president trump to the pittsburgh area saturday night it is a district he carried by a wide margin in 2016 and he had a lot to say sam litzinger reports president trump's trying to give a helping hand to a republican candidate who is now in a very tight race for a congressional seat in western pennsylvania rix account is facing a strong challenge from democratic newcomer conner lamp mr trump took part in a campaign rally but he mostly talked about things other than seconds candidacy like north korea we been very strong and jury vigilant and now lots of good things i think it to happen but we'll see lamb as a former marine and federal prosecutors never run for public office sam litzinger cbs news in southern california long standoff is over a suspected gunman in custody accused of shooting two police officers killing one of them pomona police officer gregory casillas kcbs tvs greg mills has been on the scene witnesses told me it's no surprise the suspect led police here and emas there yeah okay he ran to the apartment the backed building and hid in the bedroom police right behind him he opened fire through his bedroom door as he is fellow officers carried about and tried to save his life a law enforcement source told me the other officer was shot in the jaw underwent surgery and will be okay the suspect stayed the apartment all night through the morning before finally giving up wall in northern california investigators are trying to put together the pieces of a deadly friday standoff at our veterans home a former resident there killed three women employees kpix tv's andrea nakano was at the scene lebanese found the bodies our pathway home executive director christine lober clinical director jennifer golik on clinical psychologist jennifer gonzalez this thirty two year old was married a year ago and we have learned she was seven months pregnant with her first child she is remembered for her commitment to her family and her job networks were with our veterans and their hearts with or a veterans and that's what their lives and their crews have been about gary rose worked closely with christine lober to keep the pathway home accessible to veterans who needed services new you never saw her with.
In PA special election, GOP candidate struggles with campaign basics
"Works relief i'm sam litzinger even if he doesn't win democrat conner lamb putting a scare in the republican party leaders he's in an unexpectedly tight race with the gop is rix a column for congressional seat in a district president trump won easily in 2016 mr trump himself has gone to pennsylvania for a rally aimed at helping secong crossed the finish line first but he's been speaking mostly about other things like his promise meeting with north korea's leader house what's going to happen hey who knows but that doesn't happen i may leave faster we may sit down and make the greatest deal for the world and for all of these countries including frankly north korea that's what i hope happens the president's singled on nbc's chuck todd calling him a son of a b but he didn't to say be congressman ben ray lou hamas chairman of the democratic congressional campaign committee and says this raises very thais alas public pulled it came out had conner at 48 of the republicans to cone at forty five a we continue to see this race poll in that area the special election is tuesday the mayor of california says three women killed of a pathway home veterans treatment center will be remembered is beautiful people three women that were lost yesterday dedicated their lives to helping our veterans in particular since nine eleven afghanistan and iraq conflicts the wars that have said so many of our brothers and sisters back home with new challenges the gunman who was also found dead was identified by police as 36yearold albert wong the mayor says the pathway home will continue to operate the.
Could you be one of the 1 in 3 people at risk of kidney disease?
"Eight six six eight four four 73 forty four that's eight six six eight four four 73 forty four i'll be twenty six million americans estimated or have kidney disease most don't even though they have it cbs's sam litzinger you probably don't think much about your kidneys for until something goes wrong but medical experts of designated march is national kidney month dr griffin rogers is director of the national institute diabetes digestive and kidney diseases he says some people are at higher risk of kidney disease than others.
Professor Insists Australia NOT A Country
"University to replace the instructor buzzfeed news reports that the 27yearold student in idaho was assigned to compare americans social norms to that of another country she chose australia which is a country sam litzinger cbs news the dow from the studios of use 8 by
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Cbs news update president trump has been tweeting about the guilty plea entered by his former national security advisor michael flynn in connection with the russia probe he says flynn was fined for line to the vice president and to the fbi cbs news senior legal analyst andrew cohen says that latter claim opens mr trump to possible obstruction of justice charge in the present it will have to clarify precisely when he learned that michael flynn lie to the fbi if he learned about it at the time and fired flynn in part on that basis which is what this new tweet of his suggest then he has exposed himself to liability because of what he did next which is trying to have the fbi end its probe into flynn mr trump had a few words for reporters about the flame case no filler know killer of it's not clear why mr trump would site lying to the fbi as a reason for firing flynn had previously said line that the vice president was the firing offence cbs news update i'm sam litzinger tonight some clouds look for a low of forty eight sunday warped with periods of cloud and sunshine expect a high of 70 sunday night mostly cloudy and mild a shower in spots late low fifty one monday cloudy and warm with a shower expect a high of seventy one tuesday occasional warning rain otherwise mostly cloudy windy and cooler expect a high of fifty six i'm accuweather's chris morelli these skis mark levin conservatism is about how we live our lives it's not an ideology it's an experience it's principles based on human experience and rational thought and there is less and less of that which is why we're moving further and further away from people come up with their own ideas populism nationalism progressivism and all the rest of the ism's listen to mark levin evenings at six following doc washburn on news radio.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS
"I'm sam litzinger officials in the florida keys are beginning to let people come back to see what damage hurricane erma did they say public services like clean water and electricity are still in short supply cbs news correspondent memorable harkless official pulled out is that what they felt that they had enough power line off the road when they felt the they had enough running water and places where people could go pet food and water act when they would get open it up for rape opened it up at our marathon he hit pay and more rude run will be open tomorrow tropical storm maria has wanted won the atlantic threatened the pound islands already hit hard by earned with another hurricane early next three daniel brown's with the national hurricane center her folks in the island to them as i augur or significantly affected hereby erma unfortunately some of those same areas snuck could feel some effect here for maria hopefully folks are able to get some supplies and and get prepared unfortunately once again maria will likely bring dangerous wins more storm surge in heavy rain to parts of lesser antilles next week protesters angry after the acquittal of a white former police officer in st louis march through to malls in an affluent area of st louis county sometimes violent protests broke out after a judge acquitted jason stockily of murder and the 2011 killing of anthony smith eleven officers have been hurt starkly spoke to st louis postdispatch this is a completely reactionary event if he takes off a car with all he turns left we turn left and unfortunately reacting in the few seconds near you have you have to make decisions based thumbed.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Sam litzinger cbs news this is cbs news wbz news time to all three the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes we're still dealing with some work crews outside of the city right now route ninety five any northbound by rick to lay in lexington a bit of a work crew right by the ramp that's causing some hope of a slow down right now southbound on ninetyfive as you get down towards a route 3 in the burlington area and other work grew other minor delay work crews on the ramp from route nine eastbound and westbound ninety five adding southbound that's in the wellesley area those crews will be out there about 5 o'clock on monday morning we're seeing some short delays not too much of a problem watch for detours uganda to circumvent that area to get onto 95 95 itself is wide open closer to downtown things are doing reasonably well we do have the ramp to the callahan tunnel from ninety three southbound the expressway that's close this overnight and uh so wildly bit a slow down right now on north washington street pushing traffic down towards the seat port boulevard areas people had towards the ted williams tunnel to watch out for and to keep in mind that today the law the stretching newbury street be doing about eight thirty this morning in six thirty this afternoon pretty much between arlington street in mass avenue will be closed open to pedestrians on bicycles only that is an open newbury street event and none that's going to tie up some traffic and around copley square might want to avoid that air you just take the subway in and now walk around that area that might be the best thing watch out for other travellers as route on the roads right now state and local police dealing with some errant drivers and if you see any issues on the roads give us a call six one seven two five four four.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Cbs news i'm sam litzinger the deadly day in charlottesville virginia the mayor says it won't crush his city this day well not to fight us we will define this day by the story that we continue to tell tomorrow and the tomorrow after that the week after that in the year after that late word that white nationalist clashes have been linked to the deaths of two people on board a helicopter that crashed it's not clear yet how the cbs's paula reid says a cars plowed into a crowd of people witnesses shea were protesting white supremacist rally one person has died after speeding vehicle drove into a group of protestors marching peacefully through downtown charlotte's dell delivery absolutely no he was also people like 10 nailed those two cars this comes after a day of clashes between all right protesters and counterdemonstrators earlier this morning more than two dozen injuries reported some described as lifethreatening we want to get the situation straightened out in show president trump said the nation is divided edge had come together to heal its wounds what is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives the president made the remarks at what he billed as a press conference on twitter while sighting of the healthcare bill but he did not respond the shouted questions about his response to white nationalist in charlottesville who say they support him steve dorsey cbs news bedminster new jersey the violence broke out between the white nationalist who descended on the town impart to rally against the city's plans to remove a statue of the confederate general robert e lee and others who arrived to protest the racism and say the verbal shots from president trump against senate republican leader mitch mcconnell of widen divisions at a moment when the gop should be try to work together on shared goals mr trump's agenda only can pass it mcconnell navigates it through the senate and the veteran lawmaker may not feel motivated to do that with the president working against him mr trump's seem mr blame mcconnell.
"sam litzinger" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS
"Health care bill his hunting for them but rollcall his jon allen says there may not be enough of them out there the reason the republicans are struggling with the healthcare legislation particular is to build its tremendously unpopular the public political reporter bandanas says there's one senator in particular who could be persuaded to say yes but that is not a certainty heller the nevada senator who cannot so strongly against that a bill that the white house supported ads attacking him in a vodka he may be gettable if his governor brian sandovol switches over and pence and senior white house leaders were very aggressively lobbying that governor yesterday in washington dc and hasn't said publicly yet which way he's thinking of voting on his new plan so governors attending a meeting in providence it's rhode islander talking about the idea of delaying a vote and trying to find a solution that involves both republicans and democrats cbs news update i'm sam litzinger news talks on whether your saturday night forecast showers and storms hippie diminishing by about ten o'clock tonight with diminishing cloud cover will see low temperatures trade around sixty then for sunday early sunshine with afternoon showers and thunderstorms once again high temperatures top out in the upper 80s with overnight lows in the low 60s weather brought to you by colorado flat feet realty pay less keep more colorado flappy realtycom i'm meteorologist patrice sutter on 710 knu s highspeed was that would weaken batches friday or monday morning 710 chain us the continuation of the coverage of the ill meagher who knows disappeared after being out of jail in illegal chosen american citizen more look our media cover debt hey i'm doug mcgann in the meantime john dan the mirror mao high nationalist on.