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Chicago to see warm weather this weekend
"Neck we're headed for the warmest weekend day we've seen here in Chicago so far in twenty twenty with a mix of sun and clouds chance for passing sprinkle this afternoon look for hive seventy seven degrees with the No Way cooling at least on the Illinois shores of Lake Michigan tonight partly cloudy evening sprinkles possible scattered showers are likely south of Kankakee low tonight of fifty two for tomorrow partly sunny continued mild or sharp temperature drop is possible along the lake front in the evening look for high seventy three Monday partly cloudy much cooler high fifty two Tuesday mostly cloudy chance of showers high fifty two entered Wednesday mostly cloudy could be a morning shower or two and a high of
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Triple eight triple eight home or find them online at home paramount dot com these tiny thirty four now your W. B. T. forecast from the weather channel and a few clouds around this morning otherwise pretty quiet drive enough and see anything on radar that's going to happen to drive in this morning this afternoon maybe maybe isolated shower thunderstorm as we see a little bit more cloud come in earlier story continues with the warm temperatures in the seventy seventy seven degrees above average by fifteen cloudy tonight very warm sixty five that's above average by almost thirty degrees and showers early tomorrow cloudy in the afternoon still unseasonably warm seventy two Saturday cloudy low sixties chance rain and low fifties on Sunday I'm meteorologist restricted from the weather channel the settlement ten ninety nine three W. P. T. forty eight in Concord Kannapolis fifty one degrees sunny skies in uptown Charlotte at WB T. we leave local signs decals W. beating his junk in as new go to's with great deals on two of your favorites like two egg and cheese wraps for two dollars two sausage egg and cheese wraps now for three dollars two bagels with cream cheese spread for four dollars and two bacon egg and cheese croissants for five dollars these deals pretty much proves you can never have too much of a good thing at the Duncan now for Duncan go to a great deal for two three four or five dollars America runs on Dunkin no substitutions exclusions apply dissipation may very blessed by two hiring can be challenging but zipper critter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan miss what's needed to hire director.
How Do Microwave Ovens Work?
"Denying it. Microwave ovens are super convenient. They can eat food much more quickly than a conventional oven Kevin although not always with the same results and there's an entire industry of food made specifically for these nifty gadgets. But how do they work. Yeah of course you're saying right now. We'll microwaves sure. Yeah microwaves but what the heck are microwaves. Good Question Christian. Microwaves are a type type of wave on the electromagnetic spectrum and their sandwiched between radio waves and infrared radiation. In the case of microwave ovens the most common wave frequency frequency is roughly two thousand. Four hundred and fifty megahertz. That's about two point. Four five gigahertz waves in this frequency range have an interesting property. They're absorbed by water fats and sugars and once absorbed there converted directly into atomic motion. which we like to use his heat eight? These waves have another convenient property. They're not absorbed by most plastics glass or ceramics metal however does reflect. Microwaves as which is why. It's a bad idea to leave a spoon in your cheese. Dip when the ovens on it's also why the devices have metal walls for reflection you'll often hear people say microwave ovens cook from the inside out right. That's the key to the speed. Think about it like this. Let's say you're baking a cake in a conventional eventual oven normally. You would bake it at three hundred and fifty degrees Fahrenheit or one hundred and seventy seven degrees Celsius but this time you accidentally set the oven at six hundred degrees Fahrenheit the outside of the cake will burn before the inside even gets warm and you'll have ruined somebody's birthday in a conventional oven. The heat has to migrate by conduction from the outside of the food toward the middle. Hot Dry air on the outside evaporates moisture so the outside can be crispy brown crust on bread while the inside is moist in microwave. Cooking the radio waves penetrate the food and excite light water and fat molecules more or less evenly throughout no heat has to migrate toward the Interior by conduction. There's he'd everywhere. Where all at once because the molecules are all excited together there are limits to this though? Microwaves penetrate unevenly in thick pieces of food. They don't make it all the way to the middle and there are also hot spots that are caused by wave interference. But you get the idea. The heating process is different different. Because you are exciting Adams rather than conducting heat inside a microwave oven. The air is at room temperature. So there's no way to form a crust that's why microwaveable pastries or hot pockets. Sometimes come with a little sleeve made out of foil and cardboard the
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Skies seventy seven degrees traffic and weather together on the aids and all news one of six nine AM seven forty P. CVS the CBS news time three twenty one is a new as our news watch continues well Syria's long running war is pitted many different sides against each other in out Turkey is finding itself in the sights of Assad's guns on the crisis next door Jason Brooks talks about the latest developments in Syria with professor Joshua Landis director of the center for middle eastern studies at the university of Oklahoma the battle for it live took a nother Escala Tory turn with regime and Russian war planes bombing a Turkish convoy and hitting areas around Turkish observation post in it live went went wrong between Turkey and Russia and the mask is and how bad is the situation well it's quite bad it what went wrong is that the the agreement fell apart Turkey was not able to really control these rebel groups and we have to remember that the dominant rebel group in this region used to be the the arm of al Qaeda in Syria which was called el Nino throw organizations going for number of name changes it is separated itself since from the leaders of Allah avail Qaeda but it is a hard bitten jihadist organization it's not going to take orders from Turkey it's not going to retreat from the highway and so it's been on his own now that has Turkey in a sense of where it to this group and and they have a number of over a dozen observation points in it live province and one of them has gotten in the middle of this new advance and was bombed Turkey was resupplying the rebel groups and Turkey a and so the Syrian army bomb them and they got caught in between in a sense they're trying to keep your head down now they're pleading Turkey is pleading with Russia to stop the Syrians Assyrians are pushing ahead anyway and Russia is caught in a dilemma of trying to decide who to side with this offensive has been going on for quite some time the rebels have held out to some degree do you think there are on borrowed time that this will likely of wrap up by the end of this year or might last a bit longer than that I think it's going to last much longer than the end of this year there's a lot of territory these are extremely well armed rebels Turkey has provided them with anti tank missiles grad rockets all kinds of defensive weaponry do you think Moscow and Tehran will maintain troops on the ground in Serie a long term to ensure the longevity of the Assad regime yes they're not going to let this regime collapse after fighting for so many years and spending so much money this is very important to their strategic architecture in the north of the Middle East I think that Israel and the United States wish to roll back he run from Syria is going to remain just that a wish I think that they don't have the capacity or the wheel to turn Iran and Russia out of Syria to listen to the rest of this interview with Jay since subscribe to the crisis next door on radio dot com on the radio dot com app or wherever you get your podcasts three twenty five on the CBS moneywatch time the four billion dollar deal that brings into the.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Seventy seven degrees in Boston at three o'clock a beautiful afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby good afternoon here's what's happening it is not getting any better with only one hour left to go to the closing bell the panic tumble is tumbling even more and let's get the latest right now live again from Bloomberg Tracy John King what's driving this and how bad is that while aria's mostly about China and currency moves making US goods more expensive over there investors fear the impact on companies like apple and Nike they rely on China for sales growth and sell products that are not cheap to begin with with apple leading the Dow is falling eight hundred fifty points and that's his worst day in well over a year Lori and of course the nasdaq is down nearly four percent Tracy will be back with all three major indices and more contacts coming up at three OO eight right now it's three oh one we've learned the president will visit el Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio this Wednesday and the weekend in the wake of the weekend mass shootings in both those communities he spoke from the White House and said the United States will overcome the wave of deadly attacks America will rise to the challenge we will always have and we always will when the choice is ours and ours alone it is not up to mentally ill monsters it is up to us ABC Serena Marshall says the president focused on reforming mental health laws during his address to the nation the president to this morning said the nation needs to put partisanship aside when it comes to stopping acts of mass violence he called for ending glorifying violence on the internet and the need for stronger mental health laws and religiously to that would ensure that those who commit hate crimes and mass murders face the death penalty but during his remarks he did not mention the two background check bills that have already passed the house and been sitting in the Senate they call for stricter background checks and did pass was some bipartisan support notably Florida Republicans previously the White House issued a veto threat for the two bills already the house progressive caucus is called for immediate consideration of an assault weapons ban Serena Marshall ABC news Washington Massachusetts senator ed Markey wants lawmakers to get back to Washington now to deal with the gun crisis he spoke with WBZ's Carl Stevens usually lawmakers take the month of August off but senator ed Markey says in the wake of the weekend shootings the US Senate should meet in a special session to address the issue of gun violence we have gun violence in our country that has become a new normal the Republican Party operas platitudes over and over again in the face of senseless death and then they do nothing specifically he wants the Senate to take action on a background check measure for gun purchases a bill that's already passed the house and you want to vote on a ban on assault weapons Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's newsradio local and federal investigators in el Paso or taking a deep dive into the Walmart gunman's background as troubling to law enforcers as Patrick cruciate his own racist extremism is the knowledge that others share his view and that's why we're looking at extensively to interviews people that he has known acquaintances were conducting interviews in the Dallas area San Antonio is genet Harper's if the twenty one year old Cruz has apparently doesn't know anyone in this city why this place was chosen for a massacre is unclear generally an ABC news el Paso we'll have more on this story coming up in just a minute right now let's get going.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"It is seventy seven degrees kits. Berg international at four o'clock on rose. Ryan Douglas, US officials say the Trump administration has told congress, it plans to send more American troops to the Middle East. The AP saga megani is at the Pentagon officials say the plan calls for some fifteen hundred troops to head for the region amid heightened tensions with Iran. They say lawmakers were notified after a White House meeting yesterday to discuss Pentagon proposals for further boosting the American presence. The US had sent more firepower to the Middle East earlier this month, based on what it said was a threat from Iran officials earlier this week said the Pentagon had outlined plans for up to ten thousand troops, but acting chief Patrick Shanahan said yesterday planners had not settled on a figure saga megani at the Pentagon. British Prime Minister Theresa may is resigning in tearful announcement at ten Downing Street earlier today, the prime minister said she has done everything she can to try to deliver Brexit but she also said it is in the best interest of the UK. For her to step aside. CBS is Mark Phillips is in London. Zero chance of getting the deal that she hadn't Goshi aided with the European Union through the UK parliament does. She had tried three times already losing with historically large majorities against her plan or last day will be June. Seventh director of the allegany county health department will leave position at the end of July Dr Karen hacker has accepted the role of director of the National Center for chronic disease prevention and health promotion at the centers for disease control and prevention in a release announcing her departure county, executive rich FitzGerald says hacker has set a path forward for our residents and municipalities and will be leaving us a healthier county. She joined the department in.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy seven degrees at two three. I'm curt Lewis. Top stories tonight. A woman's locked up in Arlington, where a man was shot to death last night about seven o'clock gunfire was reported at an apartment complex on south Cooper, just north of pioneers Parkway. Police found two men shot. One died, the other is still in the hospital. Witnesses told police who did it? She was quickly arrested in the same complex on a murder charge. -tective have not said how three no one another. Train derailment in east Dallas last night. Nobody hurt. But there was a has met call out, because one car was contained was carrying hazardous material. Now that car was not one of the three that derail nevertheless, as a precaution has Matt team was called out. They did evacuate the Tennyson park golf course and Samuel boulevard was shut down between llanview and Tennyson Parkway for some time during the investigation. Police chief in Fort Worth is now out of job Fort Worth city manager David Cook says he made the decision following a series of events, culminated with FitzGerald confrontation with the president of the combined law enforcement association of Texas for Clete earlier this month in Washington DC, there was an incident and it brings again into question. Judgment and leadership. It's Gerald's pursuit of the police Commissioner's job in Baltimore was also a factor with cook saying that it led him to question. His commitment to Fort Worth cook says he did not consult with mayor Betsy price before making his decision. This is the decision of me. And Jay shopping, we consult other members of their management team. In a statement, mayor price says she supports cooks decision to fire FitzGerald, calling it the right one for the citizens and the police officers of Fort Worth at Fort Worth city hall. Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD..
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy seven degrees at one oh three. I'm Louis top stories tonight man gunned down in Arlington tonight. The woman accused of pulling the trigger is in jail, just about seven o'clock gunfire erupted at an apartment complex on south Cooper, just north of pioneer Parkway. Police found two men wounded one died the others in the hospital. Witnesses told police who did it? And she was quickly arrested on a murder charge. Detectives are not saying if the three no one another. Train derailment in east Dallas tonight, nobody hurt. But there was a lot of police activity along Samuel boulevard because of this derailment has met team from Dallas fire rescue was called in turned out to be more of a precaution. The cars that derailed were apparently not carrying hazardous material another car that remained on the tracks was, but there was never any has met leakage Fort Worth police. Chief has now been sacked Portwood city manager, David Cook made the announcement that city hall in determining what is best for the Fort Worth, and the Fort Worth police department. I've decided to remove chief FitzGerald as police chief affective today and cook says the decision goes far beyond its Gerald's confrontation in Washington DC with the president of the combined law enforcement association of Texas or Clete, as an isolated incident. No. As a culmination of items. Yes. Among those other factors was Fitzgerald's pursuit of the police Commissioner's job in Baltimore for which he was this whole finalist for until he withdrew from consideration. Assistant chief Ed Kraus will serve as interim chief until the permanent chief is named at Fort Worth city hall. Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD..
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy seven degrees at nine three. I'm Steven Pickering on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. It ends up. One of the biggest supporters of the terrorist group. Isis is from Dallas KRLD's LP. Phillips reports the man could face decades in federal prison. Forty two year old Sayed Raheem Dallas could get as many as eight years in prison for trying to support ISIS then lying to the FBI about it. Rahim moderated a social media channel that was dedicated to recruiting ISIS fighters in Iraq the goal. He promoted was murder any even when online and cheered the best deal day murders in France in two thousand sixteen when eighty four died after they were run over by a truck. Former US attorney Matthew or wig notes, the case was caught by the FBI, which was monitoring the online chat or law enforcement at some levels. It's just reinvented itself. And then able to fight terrorism much better than anyone would ever expect Hemas. Nah. DFW international airport two years ago as he tried to leave the country to fly while mon- Jordan for meeting with ISIS members LP Phillips, News Radio tonight, eighty KRLD thirties in southern Oklahoma arrest the adult song of woman found dead last night in Denton the unidentified suspect was spotted the day in Gainesville and after brief chase. He was arrested just by thirty five in love county. Oklahoma Christian Jones with Denton police at this time, we have warrant for tampering with evidence and abuse of Corp will be working with the Tarrant county medical examiner's on to determine the cause of death in any additional charges will come from that police say the victim's body had obvious signs of trauma. The Tarrant county medical examiner is assisting in the case..
Tech giants allied against proposed Australia law seeking encrypted data
"And I did not find what she had to say credible about him. It's really that. Simple. Quick break your back with Dan Coulter joepat show. This is the Joe pags show. This is NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. The station North Texas counts on for news, traffic, and weather. Your news now seventy seven degrees at one thirty. I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. I propose stray in law that would require tech companies to provide government agencies with private encrypted data is being opposed by Facebook. Apple Google's parent company and Amazon CBS news tech analyst Larry Magid with the story if the real tension between the
Remnants of Tropical Storm Rosa drench metro Phoenix area
"Seventy five right now, we're looking for a high around seventy seven degrees update on tropical storm Rosa. Zayn could bring to western New Mexico in maybe the four corners. Some rain much needed. Rainfall. The western part of the state and the corner, according to forecasters at the national weather service remnants of tropical storm Rosa will move across the south west today into western and northwestern New Mexico bringing the possibility rainfall to areas that have been experiencing exceptional drought conditions for several months. Could impact also could impact your travel today, if you're driving west or if you're flying to Vegas or Phoenix, could you lay impact your travel, flooding in Arizona? Right Fonteneau, senior hydrologist national weather service said this is certainly not going to be eight drought BUSTER. But this could do some cutting into the drought. We're going to have to see how the forecast precipitation works out. Certainly there is the possibility of the forecast dumb. Does come out pretty well. It will see some improvements in the drought. Rosa could impact western part of New Mexico and a four corners
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Seventy seven degrees at twelve. Oh three I'm curt Lewis top stories tonight. Please. In Fort Worth have more details about an attempted kidnapping Monday night at WalMart in southeast Fort Worth. A woman picked up a child from a shopping cart started to carry the girl away. The girl's mother was checking out at the register. But was able to get the child back a security guard stepped in to help police officer Tracy Carter says the little girl was not hurt. The child did not get very far choose to get the child and for this right now this worked out perfect. We just ask people please keep an eye on your children wherever you are. Because you never know who's lurking say the woman was with a man they both left in a red SUV possibly a Saturn. And they have not been seen since both sides have now rested in the aggravated assault trial of former mesquite police officer, Derek Wylde defenses relying on the testimony of expert law enforcement witnesses. Who say widely anchored reasonably and the testimony of widely himself during cross-examination prosecutors trying to shake Wylie's claimed that he feared for his life. When shooting victim, Linda Jones who was unarmed in lying on the ground. Yes. I did. Jones resisted. Yes, I did. Visiting. The deadly force. On the ground. No. No, no. He did not know, but widely says he thought Jones could be armed and in a split. Second made the decision to shoot closing arguments begin at nine in the morning L P Phillips, News Radio. Ten eighty KRLD. One union had upset about new proposals. Championed by Dallas police chief Rene hall following an officer involved shooting. The chief recommend suspending the department seventy two hour cooling off period following any officer involved shooting the current period gives the officer three days before being compelled to make an official statement from the Latino law enforcement office law enforcement organization, George Aranda or worried about the officers being don't under the bus just because of community or political pressure. And you know, we need somebody who's going to be an advocate. We we need a champion was going to stand up for us and sad to say regretfully. So that's not what we're getting right now. He says they want a chance to sit down with the chief over. Now,.
Gordon dumps heavy rains, Florence barrels toward Bermuda
"Two storms in the news one in the Atlantic one in the Gulf one in the Atlantic is hurricane Florence on a path toward Bermuda. But still far off. Meantime, the remnants of Gordon will produce gusty winds and heavy rain across much of the mid south and mid west into the weekend. Kimberly Bogart is with the utility company. Energy Arkansas people need to understand that we are watching away that's coming in. We are preparing we are getting teams ready to respond Gordon's leftovers could dump six inches or more of rain flood warnings. And watches are posted at parts of Mississippi. Louisiana, Arkansas and Missouri.
Vatican says Pope Francis to meet sex abuse victims in Ireland
"Four pope Francis is. Heading to Ireland this weekend in the Vatican says he'll be meeting with some, sexual abuse victims Vatican spokesman said the pope would not be commenting, on the meeting and it will be up to the victims, if, they want to speak about it afterwards. On Monday the pope reacted to a. Report about three hundred one predatory priests in Pennsylvania over the course of decades by apologizing to the victims of sex. Abuse and saying everything. Must be done to change this culture of death some survivors of. Abuse. Criticized the pope, for not explaining how the church will be held accountable and for not. Telling clergy that they must bring allegations to the attention of. Law
Trial of two men accused of Hadiya Pendleton's murder begins its second week
"The trial for two Chicago men accused of shooting and killing a. Teen girl is expected to. Resume tomorrow WBZ m.'s Lisa fielding reports separate juries are. Hearing the cases for co-defendants Mikhail ward and Kenneth Williams prosecutors say had Pendleton enter classmates went to harsh park that day in two thousand thirteen after their final exams at king college prep and we're caught in. Gang gunfire between two southside factions warden Williams are accused of opening fire on Pendleton group thinking they were members of a rival gang who hung out, there last week several of. Pendleton classmates took the stand recalling what they saw. That day Pendleton had. Just performed. With her high. School's banned, for President Obama's second inauguration. A week before, she was killed the case quickly made
Kushner Family Closes Deal to Unload 666 Fifth Avenue
"Kentucky President Trump is, preparing to hold his third rally this week he sent to travel. To Ohio today NPR's Serra mccamman reports he's stumping for a Republican congressional candidate near Columbus he's campaigning for Troy, Balderstone and Ohio State Senator who's running against democrat Danny O'Connor, in a special election to fill. A seat left open by. Republican congressman Pat t berry he resigned out of his apparent frustration with the current political climate the rally is part, of Trump's larger. Push for Republicans ahead of the. November midterms and you're listening to NPR news and this is WNYC in New York I'm David I more than thirty New Jersey transit trains were cancelled yesterday many during the morning. And evening commutes New York Times transportation reporter Patrick McGee and says staffing shortages are one cause of the agencies troubles this summer they've had trouble both. Keeping and hiring engineers which. Is a bit mysterious because they're union jobs they have full. Benefits they pay well New Jersey transit. Says a combination of. Unexpected absences mandatory staff rest times and trackwork are. To blame for yesterday's cancellations the family of President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner Schnur has reached a deal to offload their company's, flagship property in midtown Manhattan WNYC's Ilya marritz says six six six Fifth Avenue has been a longtime drain. On the Kushner's finances Kushner, companies paid one point eight billion dollars the highest price ever for single building, in Manhattan at the. Time it changed hands in two thousand seven from the start debt. Payments it of all of the buildings net income according to Bloomberg after Trump was, elected Jared Kushner and his father Charles had talks with the Chinese insurance. Company about. A rescue package critic saw a conflict of interest with Jared Kushner headed to the White House now Brookfield asset management, a Canadian, firm will take control, of six six six Fifth Avenue the US government says at. Least six hundred children separated from their parents, at the US Mexico border remain in federal custody, more than a week, after they were, supposed to be reunion reunited but it is unclear, how many of them are still in foster care or shelters across. New York City last week mayor de, Blasios Said they were less than one hundred migrant children who had not been reunified that. Number has since fallen but WNYC's Beth Fertig says it is difficult. To get an exact count a lot of. The kids were, represented by Catholic charities, but, they, don't feel comfortable giving numbers because they say it's a moving target and they want to, respect the privacy of their young clients lawyers, estimate that at least fifty. Two, children separated from, their parents are still in federal custody in, New, York seventy seven. Degrees right now expecting rain this morning some of the storms could be bringing gusty winds and heavy rain support for NPR comes from indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where, employers can post jobs and you screener questions to build their short list of preferred candidates learn more at. Indeed dot com slash higher.
Auditors: 30M taxpayers will owe more due to low withholding
"Sukur border. Some parents were deported while their kids stayed behind in the US. A judge says for every parent, not located, there will be a permanently orphan child, and that's the administration's responsibility. The Justice department says, talks are underway with foreign governments about reunification efforts. But the judge says, he's disappointed that the feds don't have a plan already and he's ordering the government to name someone to lead the effort till NATO, Fox News, congressional auditors say about thirty million people or twenty. One percent of US tax payers will have to come up with more money to pay their taxes next year because their employers withheld too little from their paychecks under government tables, key to the new law. Michael DeVine with the IRS says, the damage to a tax payer's Bill can be managed. IRS has been encouraging everyone, especially any two income families. People who have more than one job. Maybe you work seasonal jobs. If you claim credits. On your tax return last year you need to go to IRS dot gov and use our withholding calculator and get a. Good idea whether you're being under withheld. If an employer doesn't take enough out of a paycheck the IRS. Will ask for it at tax, time Kansas, governor Jeff Collier says secretary of state, Chris Kobuk should pay out. Of his own pocket, for the more than twenty six thousand dollars in. Sanctions imposed by a, federal judge first contemptuous behavior in the voting rights case co Boxx said Thursday that it is his office not him personally who is, the defendant, in ephedra lawsuit that struck down the state's proof. Of citizenship registration law the case is being appealed the contempt ruling against cobalt comes just days before Republicans will vote in the state's primary election for governor Baucus seeking unsee Collier, for his party's nomination call. Your said in the statement that, is outrageous for a politician who spent so much time. Talking about cutting government spending, to use taxpayer dollars to. Pay the fines showers and scattered storms. Approaching from the west a. Lot of that act Activities to. The north and west of Wichita but we are watching, closely to see if anything starts to waft our, way early, morning temperatures in the mid seventies, limited rain in the forecast throughout our Saturday and for Sunday to partly to mostly sunny and highs from the low to mid nineties I'm Cayenne s s meteorologist Jennifer narrow. More at k. NS Windsor out of the southeast at, fifteen miles per, hour we have just a few clouds and seventy seven degrees k NSS news now I mean. Web Stephen.
Wells Fargo agrees to pay $2 billion fine for subprime mortgages
"Eye on, the situation on the Westchester expressway the cross Westchester eastbound still dealing. With an accident that's been out there a little while getting. A recent update on that it's still blocking one lane. Into Roger twelve and rye so some, slowdowns with that now the, New York state Thruway fourteen we've got at least one. Lane of construction as they continue overnight work and then in Connecticut on the Connecticut turnpike exit five, in Greenwich and northbound at exit seven Stanford at, least one lane construction, with each of those projects on Long Island on the, ally This is on the eastbound side few baggage hill road into your Park Avenue couple lanes Dow the project l. I in queens construction closure in diversion to the service road your eastbound side, little, neck, Parkway to Willis avenue the main roadway is shut doubt the Harlem river, drive northbound one five five indictment all lanes closed and detoured crossed the Hudson at the Holland will main blocked each way league title with the tube closure. So shutdown of the center tube and, the, George Washington Bridge, two lanes blocked upstairs in each direction and New Jersey the covered roadway closure both ways to jersey avenue and tunnel avenue a detour setup for that and the turnpike eastern, Spurs up on the western spur merge the southern. Mixing bowl traffic closed and diverted to the western spur instead now we're. Next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS. Smitty around latest Matt Randy. Partly, to mostly cloudy early this morning. And humid with a spotty shower low seventy to seventy five and later, today very warm and, humid with times of clouds and sun while a couple of showers and a thunderstorm high eighty-seven another shower thunderstorm around early Thursday night otherwise warm and sticky low seventy Five warm and humid on Friday with times of clouds and, sun a shower is under storm in spots especially in the afternoon and evening high eighty five humid on Saturday with clouds Zonta shower thunderstorm in the area. High eighty four right now we have, seventy, seven degrees at, Kennedy airport Seventy two in Somerville it's eighty degrees in central park to forty on WCBS Wells Fargo is among the last big banks to settle charges related to the subprime mortgage, crisis it's agreed to pay a fine of just over. Two billion dollars to settle allegations it misrepresented the types of mortgages it sold to investors during the housing bubble and the financial crisis that followed all's Fargo's fine a smaller than, those paid by Bank of America j. p. Morgan Chase Goldman Sachs. And other big banks to settle similar, allegations the fine is unrelated to. The more recent scandals for Wells Fargo such is the opening of millions of fake accounts customers. Without their authorization in order to meet unrealistic sales quotas Scientists say they may have solved the mystery into how. Blue diamonds formed more than a. Billion years ago plu diamonds like the Smithsonian's famous hope diamond are the rarest of all diamonds newly published research concludes they formed deep inside the earth deeper than other, diamond extraordinary taps in making that determination scientists examined the. Composition of tiny slivers of rock and case to the diamonds they're striking blue collar is derived from traces of the.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In Milwaukee it is seventy seven degrees John Mercure Melissa Barclay with you on. WTMJ Greg Matic and Debbie. Lazaga are here as well Okay I just thought this. Was an interesting example of where we. Are when it comes to how. The news is reported so this is from CNN CNN's website this is what the headline says two thousand eighteen on pace to be the fourth hottest on record k. two thousand eighteen on pace, to be the fourth hottest year on record Here's the facts that. Go along with that story three years. Have been hotter okay that's why. It's going to be the fourth hottest three years have been hotter two thousand fifteen two thousand sixteen in two thousand seventeen according to their data So. They say it's on pace to be the fourth. Hottest year on record how. About. It's actually going to be the coolest year it's been in four years are how about for the first time in four years globally temperatures are going down But instead it says the fourth. Hottest even though. It's actually going to be. Cooler than, any, of the last three years, when you click on that story you think you're getting one thing but you're. Really getting. Another and it all gets back to the headline. Match, the story, it's very bad things are up. To interpretation so screaming headline fourth hottest. Year on record and actually it's going to be. Cooler than any of the. Last three years very interesting we've got an interesting hour. Coming up for you journalists former journalists and legendary TM j. for broadcaster Mike Jacobs on the state of Milwaukee he. Will be with us talking about the? City he? Loves at four, twenty it's, a drug, epidemic in Wisconsin and, across the country Kenosha county sheriff talks about the opioid problem coming up at four thirty. Four and no more smoking in Federal Housing what is. The practical application of that in Milwaukee that's at four fifty four fourteen Greg.
CBS, Rudy Giuliani and President Trump discussed on WBBM Programming
"And Jim told me one of six being inducted into the hall of fame seventy seven degrees, in Chicago right now AccuWeather says we'll get up near eighty two four today eighty degrees tomorrow and pretty much in the upper seventies. To low eighties. Through the week CBS news updates negotiations are underway between the Trump administration and the. Investigation of special counsel Robert Muller so Oh says President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. On CBS face. The nation we have negotiations going on with him we have an outstanding, offer to. Them They haven't responded in about a week to ten days I I don't hold that. Against them I think they got, a lot going on like we. Do Giuliani says negotiations with the special counsel. Include the possibility of questions about obstruction a couple of weeks ago Giuliani sang the praises of Michael Cohen, today he calls President Trump's. Former personal attorney Aligarh asked about the revelations that Cohen secretly recorded. Discussions with his high profile client former Trump campaign advisers Sam numbered on NBC tape when, you're sitting in the office with them. That was highly suspect I never, thought that, I never thought that if. I was sitting across from his office I was being taped CBS news update I'm, Jim Taylor WBZ news time twelve thirty two, fire officials in California say wildfires around the state have now. Forced some, fifty thousand people, from, their homes California Department of, forestry and fire protection says twelve thousand. Firefighters are battling seventeen significant fires in. The state she says California's experienced more Or fires this year than I did over the same. Period of, time last year In Greece memorial services were held yesterday for those who died in a horrific wildfire Tears were shed at, a memorial service held for the more than eighty victims of last week's Greek wildfires hundreds of people gathered, at a church in the now devastated seaside, resort of Mati a Greek Orthodox Bishop read a message from the church's holy synod laying. The responsibility for, the fires with those who actively hinder the protection of the environment earlier this week a different Greek Orthodox bishops. Said the, fires, in deaths are. Due to the eighth theism of the prime minister Greek authorities say arson is suspected Larry Miller CBS news investigators are looking into whether drag racing was involved in a head-on crash that killed two teenagers overnight fire, department tweeted, pictures, from the scene of a vehicle with major front. End damage saying high performance car loss control in an area where cars often compete, the police department says at around eleven thirty, pm a Subaru sedan and a Chrysler three hundred collided on south Jody near lake. How you met the eighteen year. Old Subaru driver and his sixteen year old passenger both males were pronounce Dead. At the hospital twenty one year old driver of the Chrysler and his. Nineteen year old female passenger are, hospitalized in critical condition antsy hardy NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM another group of migrants from, Africa were rescued today as they tried to, cross the Mediterranean Sea Spain's maritime rescue service says one hundred twenty three people were pulled. From twelve boats, in the strait of router nearly a thousand other immigrants attempting the perilous trip from Africa to Europe were rescued. And taken, to, Spain over the. Past two days a magnitude six point four earthquake hit the central Indonesian island of Lombok today at least fourteen people are dead dozens are injured the BBC's Steve Johnson is their shallow worth quake struck early in, the morning, when, many people were asleep dozens of smaller aftershocks followed. Emergency officials say they fear the number of casualties is likely to rise the quake, was also felt on the nearby island of, Bali Lombok like his neighbor is a popular tourist destination rescue workers say their main. Focus now is evacuate Getting the injured and looking for more survivors more than one thousand homes were damaged by the earthquake pope Francis used his Sunday message. To urge, everyone to. Get involved in involved in fighting what he calls the shameful crime of human trafficking he says it's often linked to migrant-smuggling, speaking to the faithful at Saint Peter's Square today the pot of said many adults, and children are trafficked into slavery for forced labour sex organ trafficking begging rackets and other criminal activities he. Notes the UN will dedicate, tomorrow to.
Thomas Markle Accuses Meghan Markle and Royal Family of Cutting Him Off
"Sixty connectors to the southbound seven. Ten Malibu panga canyon boulevard remains shut down both directions between PCH panga road tuna. Canyon road Las Flores or Malibu canyon as alternates there diamond bar the real work continues on the eastbound sixty from fairway drive to brea canyon taken out the two right lanes just stay to the left you. Should be okay as, traffic is light through the area at this time your next report eight twenty five I'm wolf Slater with more traffic reports more often KNX ten seventy NewsRadio sunshine along the coast. This afternoon highs right about seventy seven degrees eighty eight for l. a. o. c. metro areas closer to ninety five For the valley's, ninety nine for the e one oh five for the, high desert and eighty five four the mountains going through the afternoon and into Monday and Tuesday is going. To be very muggy we will have afternoon showers. And thunderstorms across the mountains and high desert highs Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday remaining in the upper seventies along. The coast upper eighties to about ninety for the basin mid to upper nineties for the Bally's hovering close to one hundred for the i., e. about one zero three two one zero five for the high desert and eighty five for the mountains with southern California's. Most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS to meteorologist Craig Herrera KNX ten seventy NewsRadio is seventy four degrees in riverside Ontario is at seventy six and in Santa Monica. Sixty eight hazy sunshiny. Degrees at eight seventeen because of a lawsuit filed by. A Starbucks employee against that company. Hourly workers throughout California may be getting a small boost in pay the California Supreme Court has ruled employees must be paid for those few extra minutes they regularly put in doing work related tasks off the clock The scope of this decisions very broad it can apply to innumerable activities in this particular case it was manager who. Locked up but then was compelled by company rule to walk the employee's out to, their, cars, to ensure their personal safety and to hang around long enough to ensure that the employees had left, the premises and employers are going to. Have to ensure that these extra minutes that are regularly kicked up recorded, professor Kerry fields with US's Marshall school of business says that could be a really expensive administrative Burnham Starbucks spokesperson says an. Email they're disappointed with the court's. Decision Claudia Peschiera KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the high school. Graduation rate dropped in the Los Angeles school district add across the state for the two thousand sixteen seventeen school year more than seventy six percent of LA unified. Students did graduate but that's down from more than seventy seven percent. Just a year before education officials say they're not worried they claim the decrease is. From changing the method to figure out the rate deputy superintendent Charac Ashley with the. State education department tells, Canucks there are some positives with, these latest numbers so we do track and we do report students that meet the requirements to become eligible for the university of California or the California State University programs and those numbers did increase Ashley also says the dropout rate went down to about nine percent Meghan Markle's father says he's tired of his Royal inlaws putting. Strain on his relationship with his famous daughter Thomas Markle tells the Daily Mail of London the actress, turned duchess has become cold and. Is ungrateful for all he's done for her he blames the Royal family accusing them of cutting off contact with his daughter as punishment for staging paparazzi photos and for speaking to the media it appears that late Hollywood actress Carrie, Fisher isn't done.
Putin invites Trump to Moscow
"In just a couple of minutes, traffic and transit on the twos Well, another week of substantial news regarding Russia and special counsel Robert Muller's investigation, was topped, off, with Vladimir Putin saying he invited the, president to visit him in Moscow the White House is waiting for the invitation a formal one at least from bladder MIR Putin before President Trump, commits to visiting Russia, Rhode Island Democrat David cellini a member of the house foreign relations committee wonders if there will ever be a. Proper time for Mr. Trump the American president visiting Moscow after that country attacked our democracy sends the wrong message particularly. Says the president has not been a strong spokesman for advocating strong action, against the Russians for their. Aggression we know a reciprocal visit as in Putin to the, White House, has been put on hold according to the administration so long as the Muller, investigation goes, on Bob, Costantini Washington last week. Facebook's all billions of dollars wiped off the books in there could be more trouble ahead British Parliamentary committee. Found social media firms operate like it's the wild west, and warns Britain faces a democratic crisis over a. Misuse of personal data with voters targeted with, poisonous views it, says firms like Facebook and Twitter should be liable for harmful and misleading, material and, calls, for tougher regulation also a class action, suits being filed in London against Facebook on behalf of users whose data was taken without their consent before the Brexit vote Larry Miller CBS news, London the National Transportation, Safety board has reviewed the video from the onboard with quarters of that duck boat that sank more than a. Week ago on them the zuri late claiming the lives of seventeen people including nine members of an Indiana family funeral. Services were held for that family and now CBS news, transportation correspondent Kris, van cleave tells us the. Review of that video may raise questions about why that trip. Every It took place about forty minutes before the storm hit the. Crew, was advised to do the water portion of the tour I in as passengers were loading the captain is heard making reference to having checked. The, weather radar prior to. The trip now before the boat entered the water passengers were briefed on emergency exits and the location of life vests when the boat actually got into. The water conditions on the cameras were calm and, the captain allowed four different children to sit in the driver's seat even as the wind picked up, and, Whitecaps on, the water rapidly appeared on those video recordings reviewed by the TSP Kris van cleave CBS news Despite what it says on the internet there is no free beer the false offer asks users to. Fill out a survey to win free beer when you complete it it says congratulations you've. Won a free twenty four pack of beer from Molson scam then asks users to share the link on. Facebook and type thanks for my beer and the comments section a spokesperson for Molson says they're not giving away free beer and it's a fake offer. A variety of similar false offers have been circulating on the web including free delta airline tickets and coupons to Dollar General, I'm, Kerry she maker KYW, news time is one twenty two here's your traffic and. Transit on the twos We. Still have that accident in Montgomery township. Is county line road at lower state road we'll keep you posted on that one we're still seeing major. Delays on the Schuylkill expressway westbound that's construction. Between the blue route and Gulf mills we backed up, all the way to Gladwin we're starting to see it opened up just a bit but we're still seeing the right lanes. Shut down and that will be overnight. Ongoing construction also on, the Schuylkill expressway westbound this is at the thirtieth street exit that ramp is closed and, I will be for the next month also when. They can drive in both directions shut down till six am between Wayne. Avenue bridge we'll keep you posted on that one and also construction in southwest. Philadelphia this past young avenue between sixty. First and twenty-sixth that is shut down overnight In the TruMark financial twenty four. Hour traffic in remember banking is better than again I'm now to the third I'm CBS three meteorologist. Lauren Casey, overnight, mostly, clear and pleasant with a low temperature falling back into the. Upper sixties for our, Sunday mostly sunny low humidity a, beautiful and dry day with a high temperature at eighty-five, Monday of rain returns increasing clouds with a spawning, afternoon shower or, thunderstorm a high temperature of eighty four Tuesday look for a mix of. Sun and clouds afternoon showers and thunderstorms, especially west of I ninety five with a high of eighty seven Wednesday we kick, off the month of August mostly cloudy and steamy with scattered showers and thunderstorms high near ninety and on Thursday. Mostly cloudy with a, chance. Of showers and storms and a high of, eighty nine with your, eyewitness weather forecast I'm CBS three meteorologist Lauren Casey KYW NewsRadio. The jersey shore on Sunday sunny skies eighty degrees and in the Poconos seventy seven degrees under, mostly sunny skies, exercise routine at one gym in cherry hill has seen an, increase in men escaped by. Ws Kimberly Adams reports though Those men. Aren't hitting the weight room as much as they used to now they're hitting the bar the heads very hard difficult. Coordination it's completely different, level, that's to, be treated Brodsky talking about the challenges of a class called hit me at the bar at. The cherry, hill, racquet, club the class using a ballet bar is a high intensity. Interval training session inspired, by ballet Pilates and can be, a full body challenge instructor Heather overhaul have meant take, my class all the time they can't walk for, days it works, all the muscles that they don't work all the time that actually will. Help them get your stronger the class, has been around for a while in a group of ten usually five or men, no aspirations to be anything like Baryshnikov wanna be standing the next day Donald marks applauds the intensity of the. Workout and the benefits, some. Of the other classes I do are harder, on knees joints says, a classic it's still testy mentally physically Kimberly Adams KYW NewsRadio. Now it's time for the weekend business report hymns the start up in sales erectile dysfunction hair, loss and other, medication Over the internet is raised fifty million dollars in recent round of financing CEO Andrew m-. 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Indiana parents sue after girl with autism restrained in class
"Very. Pleasant good afternoon for Chris cry Dell I'm Nick young and our weather, forecast a good, one for the weekend, upcoming some sun some clouds this afternoon high seventy. Seven degrees more on the way tomorrow we'll have a full Accu weather. Forecast for you coming up right. Now seventy four degrees in the city our top local story developing at Chicago city hall where city and state leaders answering questions right now about a history making. Agreement to reform the Chicago police, department within the last hour. Attorney general Lisa Madigan acknowledged your habit a number of attempts at, police reform over the past few decades. But she believes this one will stick I. Believe it will be different this time With, an independent monitor in federal court enforcement I believe that we can finally achieve. Necessary real and lasting police reform in Chicago and WBZ's Julie man. Takes a, closer look at, what is in the reform proposal draft, consent decree, will, outline how Chicago police will. Make changes to police procedures training and. Accountability last year the. Attorney general. Sued the. City seeking. Federal. Court oversight. Of the police department that followed a report by the US Justice. Department. Prompted by the deadly police shooting of look one McDonnell the report found, a series of, civil rights violations including, use of excessive force Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson. At an unrelated event this morning said reforms have already been happening within. The department the thing that you. Have to really recognize about this whole thing we didn't wait for a piece of paper to tell us what to do we started this two years ago so. A lot of what you're going, to see things that's already. In place the agreement still needs the approval of federal judge before, it's implemented Julie man NewsRadio one point. Nine FM leaders of Chicago's police officers union Talking about the agreement WBZ. Games Bob Roberts reported with a fraternal order police is saying about it coming up at four. O'clock the city of Chicago has won a challenge against the US Justice, department which had sought to tie a grant for law enforcement to new immigration, requirements a federal. Judge yesterday, denied the Trump administration's motion to dismiss a lawsuit by the city it was the eighth time a federal court has ruled against the administration in its attempts to punish cities by withdrawing federal funds the parents have eight-year-old report any other girl autism are suing the school district alleging. She was restrained in a homemade. Chair in, the classroom Charles castle says in the federal lawsuit. He was prevented from escorting his daughter to class and when he. Did walk into a room in September he saw the chair with his daughter's. Name a leather restraint belts sitting, on top he said he was shocked and said the school did not have. The authority or permission to restrain the girl the northwest Indiana times. Reports the, parents became suspicious, after their daughter exhibited new and troubling behave Viewers including extreme meltdowns Anna refusal, to wear a seatbelt in the car Mike Crausser, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM there will, be extra security at this year's lollapalooza festival which gets underway Thursday, in grant park. Police superintendent Eddie Johnson says concert goers, themselves need to be extra vigilant our force multiplier in terms, of CPT, keeping them safe that they. See something on you they should let us know but we have Push, back the parameter and we'll have is in the Scott last year after the Las Vegas. Massacre was learned that the gunman had scouted lollapalooza as a possible target superintendent, Johnson says that showed police officers around the country they needed to manage these events a little differently when it comes. To regional dialects Chicago in, don't, fare well in a new national, service Tobel every region in the US has its own dialect here in Chicago you might hear the occasional, over, by dare. Or chatter about. Hot dogs with no ketchup but a survey by yougov ranks.
Judge to hear request for gag order against Stormy Daniels' lawyer
"Fifty AM and ninety four one FM it's mostly. Cloudy and seventy seven degrees at DIA the environmental protection is asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit over the gold king mind spill that sent heavy metals into streams and rivers in two thousand fifteen that's, spill, polluted rivers and. Colorado New Mexico Utah native American lands the EPA says the court doesn't need to intervene because it is already, working on the cleanup, in that lawsuit Utah seeking, one point. Nine, billion dollars in damages New Mexico One hundred and thirty million and the Navajo, nation filed for one hundred and sixty two million in damages there was a hearing today on former Trump attorney Michael Cohen's request for a gag order against the lawyer for adult film star stormy Daniels that hearing also focusing on, next steps and Daniels lawsuit against Cohen and the president Daniels is seeking a court order declaring her agreement not to, talk about an alleged sexual tryst with Trump invalid the president. Denies the allegations Daniels attorney Michael avant avant says. He's confident that judge won't approve a gag. Order we are not going to be intimidated we are not going to be..
CBS, Donald Trump and Federal Government discussed on Michael Berry
"Gration advocates are. Upset that the federal government has not reunited all the immigrant families that were supposed to be brought together under today's court ordered deadline the government told the court more than eighteen hundred kids are back with their parents. But hundreds remain apart Matthew all Benz with immigration and customs enforcement says many parents. Wade the right to leave the country with their children one hundred and twenty that decline reunification the reason these parents are coming. Here in the first place in paying smugglers five, thousand six thousand ten thousand dollars. To make that dangerous journey across Central America and Mexico because they want to get, their children here CBS Maria Via Rail are still more, than, seven hundred separated four hundred. And sixty three of them have parents who may have already been deported is not entirely. Clear how the government is defining eligible and ineligible. Johnson wig is a former, acting, director of immigration Gratien customs enforcement I'm worried here that we have four hundred sixty parents. Who have now been deported Central America there is a very high. Likelihood that those parents. Are not going to see their children again CBS news has learned that former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen is ready to tell the Russian special counsel. That Donald Trump junior told his father in advance. About the Trump Tower meeting where, Russians were expected to. Offer dirt on Hillary Clinton but he has no, corroborating evidence, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani on CNN called Cohen Aligarh have. To be people in the room with. The president right that can corroborate Cohen which didn't happen and then it becomes a credibility contest between two or three witnesses who say one thing and Cohen who says another assuming they say different things I'm pretty comfortable. About that President Trump was in the heartland today touting the agreement just reached with. The EU to launch talks on bringing down trade barriers we opened up Europe and that's going to be a great thing for. Europe and it's really going to be a great Thing for us and it's. Going, to be a really great thing for our. Farmers the weather is a tale of two different coasts heavy rains and flooding in the east with hot and dry conditions fueling wildfires in the west w. EPO RTD meteorologist Craig sets of, the Pacific coast is very very dry there. Is no relief in terms of. Widespread rainfall incite we'd probably need a tropical system that come, out? Of the Pacific to, really bring a. Lot of rain to this area it is going to stay dry with the, threat for fire danger stain very very, high investor fears about Facebook. Revenues and gross sent the. Company stock down nineteen percent today that's, about a one hundred twenty billion dollar loss of value and the White House says a. US air force transport plane is carrying remains of US soldiers to an air, base in South Korea this is CBS news You have enough things to worry about every day. Insurance shouldn't be one of them you can leave worry behind when liberty stands with. You Liberty Mutual insurance More. Often this is w CBS. News Radio eight eighty radio dot com station It is seventy seven degrees up in White Plains.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"High tomorrow Seventy-nine low tomorrow night seventy two. Partly. Sunny and warmer. For Thursday with, a shower thunderstorm on a couple of occasions. High eighty four degrees Right now, we have seventy seven degrees in seventy six in Lyndon, Hurst at seventy seven degrees in central park with a subtly five mile an hour. Breeze it's nine forty The manager of. The Los Angeles trader Joe's. Were shot and, killed during a hostage situation over the weekend and today. We learned. She was hit by a bullet shot from an officer's gun not the suspects police chief Michael Moore says, the suspect shot at cops and they returned fire leave my officers actions were taken to defend themselves an indirect response to the deadly threat posed. By Adkins twenty eight, Jean Evan Atkins at shot whose grandmother. Kidnapped his girlfriend led cops on a chase before crashing in front of that trader Joe's and holding people hostage she eventually surrendered prosecutors say Atkins is being. Charged with murder Twenty five hundred dollars is being offered by Clarkston police for help finding out who sexually assaulted an. Eighty nine year. Old, woman it happened earlier this month then Cops say sometime between the afternoon on. July third and early morning on July fourth the, victim has memory loss and doesn't remember much. About the attack she was treated the.
Trump targets Obama-era critics' security clearances
"WCBS weather center partly to mostly cloudy. Early this morning breezy and humid with a, shower in spots. Low seventy four later today a mix of clouds and sunshine breezy. Warm. And humid with a, shower, thunderstorm around high eighty to, a spotty shower Tuesday night low, seventy four Wednesday mostly cloudy with a few, showers and a heavy thunder Storm watch for flooding high seventy nine Thursday verbally cloudy warm and humid with a couple of showers and a thunderstorm eighty four right, now seventy nine still over at LaGuardia and it is seventy five degrees in White Plains CBS news times. One thirty more than just the headlines this is New York's NewsRadio WCBS News Radio eight eighty several former officials in the Obama administration who've made negative. Comments about President, Trump can find themselves without security clearances the White House is looking at a. Yanking them, the president's national security adviser also saying Iranian leaders may want to choose their words wisely when talking about the US or else a Georgia lawmaker caught up saying racial slurs and a. Comedian show being pushed a step down New York's governor took a fifth trip, to Puerto Rico for the fifth time and the governor asked some critical things to say about the lack of federal. Help for rebuilding after hurricane Maria sports Yankees lost to the raise seventy six while the Mets loss To the Padres three two two right now seventy seven degrees in central park on this Tuesday July twenty, fourth thanks for tuning in I'm leave on Putney w CBS news time is one thirty one CBS news. Update President Trump is considering revoking the security clearances of six Obama administration officials who have criticized him White House press secretary Sarah Sanders not only is. The president looking, to take away Brennan security clearance he's also looking into the clearances of Komi Clapper Hayden, rice and McCabe CBS news correspondent Paula Reid explains why the former officials still have security clearances common for senior government officials to maintain their high level security clearances after they leave office. Clearances are renewed every five years and allow former officials to advise their successors, CBS news senior security contributor Michael Morales says removing the clearances is not good for the country I think the president. Is to create some costs for those who are criticizing him The highest. Cost here will be to the government and the benefit it gets out of being able, to, talk to these people rather than a cost to the individual themselves. CBS news. Update, I'm Wendy Gillette President. Trump's national security advisor is echoing the combat of warning to. Iran against deploying any. More threatening language towards the US ambassador John Bolton says he has spoken with the president over the last, several days. And said, he was told if Iran does anything at all to the negative. They will pay a price like few countries I've ever paid before White House press secretary Sarah Sanders declined to say whether President Trump had talk with national security as before sending is all caps Sunday night tweet that. Warned Iran might suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history of ever suffered before WCBS news time one, thirty two a. Southern politician hot, water now over his appearance on cable TV show. Georgia house speaker David Rolston is calling on Republican Representative Jason Spencer to resign immediately After his performance at an episode of Sasha baron Cohen Showtime series who is America in the Sunday broadcast Spencer repeatedly used a racial slur for African. Americans and dropped. His pants after being told it helps scare away Muslim terrorists Spencer was defeated in the may primary but his term doesn't end until after the. November election he apologized for what he called the ridiculously ugly episode but refused to step down Pam Coulter CBS news New York governor Andrew Cuomo took his, fifth trip to Puerto Rico Monday along with SUNY and CUNY college students and, other volunteers. All heading down a pitch in with rebuilding after hurricane Maria almost a year ago now but Cuomo had a few things to say while there about the. Lack of federal help Cuomo who has been blasting the president's and FEMA since the, island was, devastated by hurricane, Maria last. September says an apology from Mr. Trump is just the first. Step Cuomo asked the government why don't, you at least step up And give Puerto Rico the aid it needs to rebuild FEMA has, approved two point six billion and funding to Puerto Rico for debris removal and emergency protective measures.
It sure does sound like this dog is singing Britney Spears' 'Toxic'
"This report is being brought to you by kit turning online right now is Amy wine house because today is the seventh anniversary of her death fans. Are, paying tribute to the late senior who passed away July twenty. Third two thousand. Eleven, at age of, only twenty seven huge. Town fair lost too early Amy wine house seven years ago today, other things that are trending right now are Canada's walk of fame Canada has its own walk of fame for famous Canadian celebrities and they announced their inductees and it looks like one Seth Rogan is, making it, on the hall of fame list as well as actress Andrea. Martin and, there is a posthumous honor for the late Canadian singer Leonard Cohen the famous Canadians are being honored to. Day? Congrats and it looks like Britney Spears song toxic is. Trending why because looks like this video Oh has gone viral as they say but it's a video of dog squeaky barking the song toxic by Britney Spears the video has over two million views in just a couple of days. And, someone also took the dog vocals and into britney's toxic video. We actually post. The video on mytalk, one zero seven one. Dot com if you wanna check it out very funny stuff there, so give that a look at what's trending at mytalk too so we'll take a quick look at your channel five eyewitness news weather forecast for the day looks like we gonna have showers and thunderstorms, later otherwise, mostly today will be sunny with a high of eighty four. Low of, sixty five and then tomorrow mainly sunny same thing, eighty four low of sixty five currently it's seventy seven. Degrees? And.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"NewsRadio we're looking at triple. Digit heat low humidity and gusty wind As we head toward the work week get ready for. A pretty scorching week here across the Southland eighty two degrees for the beaches on Monday you're climbing into the upper eighties by. Wednesday and Thursday upper nineties for in Orange County as we. Get, into Wednesday and Thursday in for the. Valleys you're going to start out. Hot, Monday one oh four and then you're looking at one oh seven on Tuesday one eight, as we? Get to Wednesday and you will stay, in the triple digits, for the rest of the workweek we'd southern, California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS to meteorologist Martinez Brown KNX ten seventy NewsRadio still Eighty-six degrees in, Burbank right now in seven in Pomona. Seventy seven degrees and it's eighty one. In chino it's nine forty. Seven the alarm, is being sounded about growing numbers of older people who are becoming homeless in LA county stats show a surge of. More than twenty percent over the. Past one year in the number of people who are sixty two. Years old or older brandy, Orden, of, Saint, Barnabas senior service Tells, KNX many senior citizens simply can't. Afford to meet the housing right at caused the rising costs, of housing and you have to remember that. These folks. Are living off social security and? The social security payments, that they're receiving are from the highest income they ever made fifty years ago when minimum wage was an eight of. What it is now and so you can. See how this becomes a snowball effect she says local governments have failed to target help to the older age group which has very, different needs from the general population. Employment numbers, here in. California remained strong even in the shadow of a trade war the unemployment rate in California right now four point two percent it's been that way for the past three months job gains itself this month was modest but I think we have to put it into context we've now, gained twenty Two hundred and seventy thousand jobs over, the, year Muko Bernie goes the former head, of the state's employment department he's concerned about what might happen to this job market under the Donald Trump tariffs, on China I think there's no question that the trade war is the main dynamic that can undermine this continued employment expansion in a trade war California farmers stand to suffer significantly as China targets that sector of the US academy in retaliation. To the Trump policies to Kelton kenniston seventy NewsRadio time is. Counting down, for people who are on the waiting list for tesla take advantage of the federal tax credit and tax credit expire. Before some customers take delivery of their model three.
"seventy seven degrees" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"High of seventy seven degrees it is seventy one at four zero two, from the WTMJ breaking news center more details are coming, out about the homicide in downtown Milwaukee after someone, walking there Dog was attacked police say it. Was the attacker that, died it happened a block from the grand. Avenue mall about three thirty this. Morning the man walking his dog is in custody and please consider him the suspect it's unknown if either had a weapon community of some prairie. Continues to work together after last week's deadly natural. Gas explosion that took a life of a volunteer firefighter support those businesses. That are open they're hurting sunbury chamber of commerce spokeswoman and Smith tells Wisconsin's morning news some, businesses have found temporary new homes smaller companies that maybe you know people independent contractors or also proprietors. Have found you don't temporary Stephen Smith says there will be some unanswered questions until the. Police investigation is completed the investigation has to. Be complete before. We will know much of anything and that's. Just takes, you know its own due diligence. And we have to be respectful of that Jane Matenaer WTMJ news sun prairie. Mayor Paul lesser says some of the suburbs restaurant owners are. Facing financial challenges Nicole Pizza. Restaurant that building is, is gone it's it's not there so. As I understand it they're looking for a new place to locate temporarily while. They determine if they could rebuild on that site there are list of fundraisers. Listed on the sun prairie website for those who would like to help out I think endorsement for a challenger in the race for Milwaukee county sheriff WTMJ's Tony has, live in the breaking news center. Melissa earn l. Lucas announced his, candidacy for sheriff back in twenty seventeen. Today's campaign picks up more steam after, an endorsement from Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett now I just got off the phone with Lucas who. Tells me he's, honored by the support major endorsements from congresswoman Gwen Moore district attorney. John Chisholm and a cross section of state legislators as well as county officials Lucas says the, sheriff's department, needs a fresh start, from the old administration coming.
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"In jersey city will be closed over this weekend that's a workers contest a federally required emergency braking system the port authority says it will close other stations in manhattan the following weekend and throughout the summer and into october showers and thunderstorms are likely today highs near eighty five degrees we have a flash flood watch in effect as well right now seventy seven degrees it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm noel king one of president trump's top picks for the us supreme court is amy coney barrett her connection to the catholic group people of praise became an issue during her confirmation hearings to be an appeals court judge last year democratic senator dianne feinstein asked her if she could separate her religious beliefs from the law when you read your speeches the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you and that's of concern that prompted a backlash from critics accusing feinstein of being anticatholic npr serra mccamman looks at how the religious makeup of the court has evolved over time and why that matters for most of us history the supreme court like the country was dominated by protestant christians but today the court is mostly catholic and jewish it's extraordinary and unprecedented in american history louis michael seidman is a constitutional law professor at georgetown university which is a ffiliated with the catholic church there was a time when for example there was tremendous anticatholic bias and of course there was a time when there was a lot of anti semitism and a lot of that has gone away six of the nine justices are catholic if you count neal gorsuch who was raised catholic and has attended an episcopal church the other three are jewish harvard professor noah feldman says that's partially explained by the fact that there's a strong pipeline of potential jewish justices and the reason for that is also a little hard to pin down except that they that academe lia was an area which like many other areas of american mike was originally closed to jews in the late nineteenth century feldman says law schools began opening up to jewish professors before many other academic disciplines as for catholics their dominance on the court may have something to do with ideology says marcy hamilton a professor at the university of pennsylvania who wants clerked for former supreme court justice sandra day o'connor i think it's because the catholic vote can be relatively predictable on abortion that doesn't fit with justice sotomayor but with respect to the male catholics that have been on the court they have been largely devoted to decreasing the power of roe v wade a major goal for many conservatives and one supported catholic theology trump's shortlist for the next justice was overwhelmingly catholic one major religious group known for its social conservatism that's notably absent from the court is evangelical that's despite white evangelical influence in the trump administration and critical role in helping him win the presidency john via is a historian at messiah college and even delicate institution in pennsylvania a lot of that has to do with the direction that the evangelical movement has taken in america via says unlike policies and judaism which both have a long intellectual tradition american evangelical ism has been more practical in focus evangelical are primarily concerned with preaching the gospel with service result you have a lot of evangelical doing great things but they're not necessarily pursuing kind of intellectual vocation because they're out trying to win people to christ feldman from harvard law says in a perfect world the justices religion or lack of it wouldn't matter if you think about it the constitution itself said there should be no religious test for office so it will be good not to think about it in any way in reality of course there in some broad cultural association sometimes between people's religious beliefs or affiliations and their politics for that reason feldman says the nominees religion likely will be part of the conversation but he says the most important questions should be is he or she a good judge sarah mccamman npr news washington this is npr news this week we celebrated the two hundred and forty second anniversary of the day the united states threw off the shackles of tyranny and tried to the radical experiment of self government and you know we had a good run on peter sehgal we are celebrating our country by talking to some of the coolest people in it including keegan michael key tricia earwood garth brooks join us for the.
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"A toasty seventy seven degrees in rock hill at seventy four and huntersville we've got seventy six degrees under sunny skies and uptown charlotte team trump appears to be distancing itself from the president's personal attorney michael cohen rudy giuliani trump's newest attorney says that he's quite certain that the president didn't know cohen was allegedly selling his connections to trump and exchange for millions of dollars from companies that abc news political analyst matthew dowd thinks the president's steals in a very difficult position it's pretty much as we've all come to learn much of the standard operating procedure in washington dc about selling access the problem is this is a president who said he was going to clean up the swamp and this kind of thing most people that voted for him thought he was gonna fix and what he's done is he's turning the swap into a superfund site a controversial adoption bill was signed late friday by oklahoma's governor abc's todd ant has more the new law signed by governor mary fallon protects religious adoption agencies that won't place children in lgbt homes due to religious or moral convictions state representative republican travis dunlop says the bill protects religious freedom for example meet the need of a of a birth mother who wants to have their child adopted in accordance with their faith joy stevenson with the gay rights group freedom oklahoma it's a sad day for cans and we just want to make sure that they know we're going to continue to fight for them stevenson said we'll see you in court and threatened to sue the state over the new law todd ant abc news in sports the carolina panthers have signed free agent running back kenyan barner from the philadelphia eagles to a one year contract he's expected to compete as a third down back and as a returner at the players championship webb simpson was leading the pack he shot nine hundred sixty three to tied the course record he's got a five shot lead going into play that's today i'm deborah tobin for.
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"The seventy seven degrees in boston and here's what were following in the wbz newsroom in fort myers florida alamo made landfall nearby and residents are starting to head back home extending an arm another way to give in the wake of hurricanes herb i harvey there there's no other place where we can get blood other than from volunteer donors a west in lacrosse recruit found dead at la fayette colleague also trying to determine whether alcohol played a role in his death accu weather beautiful sunshine today in warming up high of eighty six this afternoon mostly clear a low of sixty three tonight 50s in this albert on wall street plus the board records the dow up sixty two points the bloomberg business report is coming up returning to some sense of normalcy the hope of florida residents up ended by hurricane erma as many as thirteen million people twothirds of florida's population lost power with utilities warning it could take ten days are more for power to be fully restored and this is as tropical heat settles in there are currently nearly one at twenty thousand workers helping with the restoration effort withheld coming in not only from massachusetts ever sources deploying personnel the crews have been coming in from as far away as canada and california loss of power is one problem what else do people seeing when they return home corresponded alan sky take the look some families were walking around their neighbourhood here in fort myers looking at damage to houses and roads and there's online were or hurricane erma flip victory over but one man who took his family to stay with his parents a few miles away says he feels fortunate the storm surge was not as high as predicted in his neighborhood would have hit we would have been on the wall so by the grace of god wall here right there should be assigned to everybody need to come together convoys of electric trucks have been making their way through streets lined with down tree branches alan sky up fort myers florida the cleanup and damage assessment also underway in the.
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"On the fives now from the lafontaine hyundai weather center ls looking friday hopefully earn join it a good drive home nice dry pavement out there too few clouds the sky will bluesky eighty the tonight some clouds 63 kicking off the weekend real nice sunshine some afternoon clouds '83 and a chance of thunderstorms by sunday from the weather channel i'm meteorologist ray stagich on newstalk seven sixty wjr it is seventy seven degrees in detroit the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr sitting in for frank here's an el al rick of i am very honoured today to be in the presence of william chepe and with the well to see that are more hall of fame that has a few capers in it so we've get shape in in the studio we've got chairman's the hall of fame and we have ruth fru hop on the line who is the granddaughter of august rouhani who is being inducted into the hall of fame this year ruth thanks for joining us on the frank beckmann show good morning gentlemen how great well mr jape and described as the most enthusiastic free fru half he knows so the scabby there's gonna be a pretty big day for you coming up i'm very honored and really really excited and yes i came to the farhad story to understand my about my father who i lost when they told me happen and who knew i'd get out this incredible passion for the engineering a musty might german glenna well whatever it is it's it serves you well because uh this is this.