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Ruth Bader Ginsburg lies in repose at US Supreme Court steps
"Trump says he wants a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg confirmed to this to the Supreme Court ahead of election Day so that a full court can weigh in on any campaign related litigation. This is Mourners pay tribute debater Ginsberg at the Supreme Court. More from CBS's Debra Rodriguez. A public mourning period's began for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who lies in repose, a TTE the top of the building steps. CBS is Skyler Henry Ensberg with remembered as a trail blazer and a fierce advocate for women's rights. This was just a skins Berg's life's work. To insist that the Constitution deliver on its promise that we the people would include all the people. Chief Justice John Roberts said Ginsberg's opinions will guide the court for decades to come. She will live on in what she did to improve the law and the lives of all of us. And yet still, Ruth is gone. We grieve President Trump says it's important to confirm Ginsberg's replacement before the November election. Think it's better if you go before the election? Because I think this this scam that the Democrats are pulling it's a scam. The scam will be before the United States Supreme Court says he'll announce his selection Saturday top
Trump avoids committing to major police reform at Dallas talk on police and race
"President trump said Thursday he will take action aimed at use of force by police but he also defended law enforcement your CBS's Skyler Henry president trump met with community leaders in Dallas to discuss race relations and law enforcement you have to respect our police we have to take care of a police they're protecting us the president addressed recent calls to do fund or in some cases dismantle police departments and thinking what happens late at night when you make that call to nine one one and there's nobody there president trump said he will sign an executive order related to the use of but not a commitment to comprehensive police reform following the brutal death of
"skyler henry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Here's CBS's Skyler Henry president trump met with community leaders in Dallas to discuss race relations and law enforcement you have to respect our police we have to take care of a police they're protecting us the president addressed recent calls to do fund or in some cases dismantle police report and thinking what happens late at night when you make that call to nine one one and there's nobody there president trump said he will sign an executive order related to the use of but not a commitment to comprehensive police reform following the brutal death of George Floyd in Minneapolis the place where George Floyd was killed the governor there announced that he supports a sweeping package of reforms that would include a national police misconduct database and revamping oversight and disciplinary procedures in parts of the nation there are covert nineteen spikes and that's raising concerns in a number of locations here's CBS's Carter Evans Arizona hospitals are overwhelmed with ICU capacity near ninety percent in Phoenix we're going into that search capacity now and and please take this seriously detrimental Hines is it interesting to start we did predict estimate kind of prevented it as we age taking the appropriate steps the state's largest county has seen cases spike seventy seven percent in just the last fifteen days Arizona is now one of fourteen states since Memorial Day with hospitalizations on Iran another spot facing a huge spike Montgomery Alabama covert nineteen deaths in the U. S. now approaching one hundred fourteen thousand growing concerns about another major corona virus outbreak and comments by the fed chairman since Wall Street on a deep dive on Thursday the Dow down eighteen hundred points economists Michael far with the prospect of a longer economic recovery more of a slow log and an increase in corona virus covert nineteen cases the country's focus now shifts on to how bad things might be.
'Stop the pain': George Floyd's brother testifies on policing reform
"George Floyd's death prompted calls for justice around the world tonight or earlier today his little brother went to the nation's capital to ask Congress to deliver CBS news Skyler Henry reports from Washington a day after George Ford was laid to rest his younger brother marched in Washington DC to demand justice for him I came to Washington so everybody can hear my voice lotus Floyd was on Capitol Hill on Wednesday testifying at a house Judiciary Committee hearing on police reform I can't tell you the kind of pain you feel when you watch something like that when you watch your big brother who you looked up to your whole entire life dot dot Baker boy's mom I'm here to ask you to make it stop stop the pain Floyd urge lawmakers to take note of the widespread anger unleashed by his brother's Memorial Day death in police custody
Protesters March In Houston, Paying Hometown Tribute To George Floyd
"In George Ford's hometown Houston they chanted his name here's CBS's Skyler Henry colleges of George Florida joined thousands of protesters in Houston in memory of Floyd who grew up in the city this god bless you March to city hall came as the state of Minnesota launched a civil rights investigation against the Minneapolis police department in the wake of Floyd's death the investigational review MPVs policies procedures and practices over the last ten years to determine if the department is utilized systemic discriminatory practices towards people of color as demonstrations against police brutality continue from coast to coast authorities are trying to control incidents of violence and looting
"skyler henry" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"FBI found a link between the government and the attack at the Pensacola Naval Air Station and an al Qaeda attack that happened last year CBS news correspondent Skyler Henry says bar praised FBI technicians who have successfully unlocked to iPhones belonged to the shooter the justice department had asked apple for help breaking the encryption on the pope's and criticized the company for stalling its investigation cases like this where the user is a terrorist apple's decision has dangerous consequences for the public safety and the national security and data is in my judgment unacceptable apple maintains the company turned over all the data it had related to the case Skyler Henry CBS news Washington how to open a safe workplace this is Dave Ross on the CBS news radio network presented by Capital One bank estates start to drift back to normal businesses are having to deal with the confusing set the safety requirements that can vary from state to state and sometimes county to county so I called up Dr Erin rummage at the university of Massachusetts who teaches scientific communication how to accurately explain complicated stuff I get my undergraduate students to go into a fourth grade classroom and give a talk on the science of the topic if they can't explain it to those kids that comics wanted to me he also wrote that now famous blog post clearly explaining how not to get covert nineteen fourteen million views I would American businesses need now he says is a clear explanation of how to re open safely something like the government has done in his native Australia where there's an online tool called safe workplaces you enter the type of business you're in restaurant gym hair salon and you click on this and it gives you the best practices that we know of right now in order to get you all stole your business back open and the advice is tailored to your business and while we wait for clear guidelines here insist the rules of biology of the same in Australia there's nothing to stop Americans from using it.
President Trump defies top health officials’ warnings about reopening too soon
"President trump contradicts the testimony of one of his top health officials as he continues to push for the country to re open Skyler Henry reports that the president is also knocking down a new massive stimulus proposal by house Democrats they hope to return to Washington for tomorrow's vote during a meeting with the governors of Colorado in North Dakota president trump pushed back doctor entity found Jeez previous warnings to a Senate panel that reopening the country too soon could lead to serious consequences I
"skyler henry" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Thank you so much for joining us president trump is spending the weekend in camp David as he continues to threaten action against China over its handling of the corona virus the president says that he has seen evidence linking covert nineteen to a research lab in Wuhan China and he believes that China could have done more to lessen the impact of the pandemic this comes after the intelligence community said that they do not have any evidence that the virus came from a Chinese lab but one senior intelligence official tells CBS news two scenarios are currently being investigated one theory is the virus spread from human contact with infected animals the other is that it was a result of a laboratory accident the trump administration is now weighing whether to punish China financially over the outbreak and the White House from Friday new press secretary Kelly mac and I tried to explain the origins of the president's comments it was the first official briefing by White House press secretary in over a year Skyler Henry is at the White House with more I will never lie to you you have my word on that the president's fourth press secretary Kelly Macken eighty held her first press briefing defending the administration's response to the corona virus pandemic this president has one priority and that is the safety and the well being of American lives president trump softened his rhetoric against China this week shifting blame and suggesting the outbreak may have started in the Chinese lap have you seen anything.
"skyler henry" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Wasted no time in approving an experimental drug for people with covert nineteen CBS's Skyler Henry during a White House meeting with the CEO of Gilead sciences the FDA commissioner announced his agency has authorized the emergency use of the drug Brenda severe from clinical trial to getting it authorized from the FDA it's been quite the speedy but also effective process we want to make sure nothing gets in the way of these patients getting the medicine so we made a decision to donate about one point five million vials of ram disappear earlier this week the NIH announced the results of a study showing hospitalized cove in nineteen patients who were given the experimental drug had a faster recovery time a report from the university of Minnesota says the outbreak could last as long as two years until there's herd immunity ten more states began easing restrictions today but governor Phil Murphy warns he'll take privileges away in New Jersey if people aren't smart we saw a lot of the so called knucklehead behavior with people ignoring social distancing if we see that again we will not hesitate I don't say this with any joy to re close the park anti lockdown protests growing from North Carolina to California but Donald has begun rationing meat for big macs and quarter pounders as processing plants struggle to obey the president's new order to stay open correspondent dean Reynolds the CDC reports as workers are right to be worried in its broadest survey of the problem today the CDC said there have been almost five thousand cove in nineteen cases and twenty deaths at one hundred and fifteen meat and poultry processing plants in the nineteen states that reported data coronavirus deaths mounting at U. S. nursing homes correspondent Jonathan vaguely RD at least thirteen thousand covert nineteen deaths and counting in New York City reports of nearly one hundred deaths at one facility investigations now launched coast to coast the nursing home industry is now pushing for legal immunity but as he is news investigation uncovers many of America's facilities had pre existing deficiencies that experts say made them vulnerable the U. S. military has stopped making the number of enemy attacks in Afghanistan public CBS's Cammy McCormick says there's evidence they're on the rise the Reuters news agency reports the Taliban have conducted more than four thousand attacks in Afghanistan since its peace deal with the U. S. that's up more than seventy percent from a year ago Afghan casualties are up by almost half Taliban casualties have fallen because US and Afghan forces have reduced their offensive attacks and airstrikes under the peace deal this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app download it today the latest Gallup poll shows support for president trump is falling but can you really believe the polls now newsmax is conducting an urgent national poll asking Americans if you approve of president trump's handling of the crisis it's easy to vote in newsmax is poll just text the word fish to thirty nine seven four seven that's thirty nine seven four seven your opinion counts and newsmax will share the results with Congress and the media so text fish to thirty nine seven four seven and vote now that's thirty nine seven four.
Trump and state governors at odds over testing needed to reopen economy
"Meanwhile several states have announced plans to ease some social distancing restrictions at Skyler Henry has more on the federal response bush president pence is headed to FEMA headquarters today where he will video conference with the nation's governors will be providing all the nation's governors and all of their health officials with detail about the testing infrastructure that exists all around the country but corona virus testing has become a point of friction between the White House and the governors as president trump says it's up to the states to get testing up to speed testing is is local you can't have it both ways testing is a local thing to try to push this off to say that the governors have plenty of testing
"skyler henry" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Group's experimental immunization is among the first to enter clinical trials right now the World Health Organization says there are seventy vaccine candidates in development there are now more than thirty six thousand deaths from corona virus in the U. S. and we've broken the seven hundred thousand mark for confirmed cases more than fifty nine thousand people have recovered president trump is empowering states to create their own plans to end their stay at home orders but a CVS and Skyler Henry reports for us some governors are asking for even more health vice president Mike pence touted the president's plan to gradually reopen the country in three phases in an interview with PBS newshour what president trump laid out were a centrally the criteria and what we believe would be the best preparations for states to be able to open up in the time and manner of their choosing so what president trump is leaving the implementation to state governors and some say the administration must step up and do more we need help on testing and we need funding it's up to the governors it's up to the states for them to provide the funding during the New York governor's media briefing Friday the president tweeted governor Cuomo should spend more time doing and less time complaining he later added the states have to step up their testing earlier president trump lashed out at congressional Democrats on Twitter demanding they return to Washington to add more money to the paycheck protection.
"skyler henry" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Among the first to enter clinical trials right now the World Health Organization says there are seventy vaccine candidates in development there are now more than thirty six thousand deaths from corona virus in the U. S. and we've broken the seven hundred thousand mark for confirmed cases more than fifty nine thousand people have recovered president trump is empowering states to create their own plans to end their stay at home orders but a CVS and Skyler Henry reports for us some governors are asking for even more health vice president Mike pence touted the president's plan to gradually reopen the country in three phases in an interview with PBS newshour what president trump laid out were essentially the criteria and what we believe would be the best preparations for states to be able to open up in the time and manner of their choosing so what president trump is leaving the implementation to state governors and some say the administration must step up and do more we need help on testing and we need funding it's up to the governors it's up to the states for them to provide the funding during the New York governor's media briefing Friday the president tweeted governor Cuomo should spend more time doing and less time complaining he later added the states have to step up their testing earlier president trump lashed out at congressional Democrats on Twitter demanding they return to Washington to add more money to the paycheck protection.
"skyler henry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"And there needs to be a well functioning system to test and treat patients Skyler Henry CBS news the White House Michiganders staged a protest at the capitol in Lansing urging their state to get back to business we have bills to pay the only that's ridiculous that's why we're here in New York governor Cuomo ordered everyone in the state to carry face masks in public and wear them if they can't keep a six foot distance from others there are now six hundred thousand confirmed cases of corona virus in the U. S. more than twenty eight thousand deaths numbers twenty six hundred of them in the past day CBS's Norah o'donnell asked Dr Anthony Fauci from the president's task force about a vaccine I said a couple of months ago I think about a month and a half ago that it would be about a year to a year and a half it is possible to shave a couple of months off that but you know you don't want to over promise we'll just have to see because California will become the first state to give out cash payments to undocumented immigrants who aren't getting stimulus checks from the federal government governor Gavin Newsom regardless of your status documented or undocumented there are people in need and this is a state that steps up always to support those in need regardless of status individuals will get up to five hundred dollars households up to one thousand a lot of people say they need the extra money CBS is Diane king hall according to a new Bankrate's survey fifty seven percent of respondents are moderately or extremely concerned over paying bills which is actually an improvement from sixty three percent before the economic relief bill passed the idea of a stimulus check is helping ease some nerves surrounding the pandemic no surprise Americans haven't been spending like they usually do retail sales dropped a record eight point seven percent in March numbers for April expected to be even worse the Dow closed down four hundred forty five points this is CBS news dell small business technology advisers offer advice one on one partnership and Taylor Texas Lucian's like computers with Intel core processors Colin adviser today at eight seven seven by dell now from the Cairo radio news center my northwest dot com we know that this has been an enormously frustrating experience for west Seattle community and it will continue to be mayor Jenny Durkan says the west Seattle bridge is going to stay closed until at least twenty twenty two it's just too badly cracked more from Khyber radio's Chris Sullivan traffic will not return to the bridge this year or next and it may never return the cracking on the thirty six year old span has accelerated so quickly the city isn't sure if we can even repair it or if it's financially feasible to do so and even if fixed it would only give the bridge another ten years of life the city says the bridge must be replaced engineers are monitoring the cracks daily and making emergency plan should the cracking lead to a failure governor Jay Inslee today with an update on his stay at home order to slow the spread of the corona virus or not at a level where we can take off social distancing nor are we extremely close to a level where we can take our social distancing his order runs through may fourth but could likely be extended and when restrictions are lifted cover pretty of Hannah Scott reports to get ready for a new normal state health secretary John Weisman says exactly what that looks like remains to be seen but will likely mean a slow partial easing of restrictions with some businesses opening with less capacity to ensure physical distancing workers in protective gear you'll be seeing people wearing face masks when they can't stay six feet apart and you know players screening for symptoms and you can forget about handshaking coming back anytime soon and a key part of this will be the ability to quickly shut things down again if cases pick back up at least five hundred forty six people have died more than.
"skyler henry" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Skyler Henry CBS news the White House there is a reason to put out a number of different covert nineteen test kits but are they reliable here CBS's Carter Evans so far more than seventy companies want to sell anybody test kids with very little lefty a oversight some are already available online presently the ones in the market are not very accurate that's a huge problem says CBS news medical contributor Dr David ages if I do a test and say Hey you're a musician you're not immune you can spread it to somebody who may be very vulnerable officials from three western states are joining forces looking ahead to win the Copa nineteen crisis eases reporter Blake Alan governors from Washington to California announce what they're calling a quotes western states packed the three announced that they have a shared vision for re opening their economies will be working in coordination well they did announce that each state is designing its own plan in a press release the stress that they have agreed on some principles in France there will be another month of stay at home orders here's CBS's Elaine Cobb after four weeks of strict lockdown France is now set for another for announcing the extension president Emmanuel mackerel said there were some signs of hope that the measures were working but more effort is needed the president said after may eleventh there will be a gradual lifting of lockdown but still many restrictions especially on the elderly and vulnerable parts of the south are trying to clean up after being struck by deadly tornadoes on Sunday CBS news correspondent mark Strassmann Chattanooga is a.
White House says it is ordering more companies to make ventilators
"Governors are sounding the alarm that they are bidding against themselves as well as the federal government for much needed medical equipment and supplies president trump says states need to work out competing bids among themselves and continues to blame states for failing to stockpile medical equipment like ventilators but he says companies will continue to make them as CBS's Skyler Henry reports the president used the defense production act Thursday to help six domestic companies secure the components they need to build more ventilators we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for placements Democrats are pressing the president to open a special enrollment period under the affordable Care Act exchanges which will allow those who have previously opted out to sign up for health insurance coverage
"skyler henry" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting Piper in Washington governors are sounding the alarm that they are bidding against themselves as well as the federal government for much needed medical equipment and supplies president trump says states need to work out competing bids among themselves and continues to blame states for failing to stockpile medical equipment like ventilators but he says companies will continue to make them as CBS's Skyler Henry reports the president used the defense production act Thursday to help six domestic companies secure the components they need to build more ventilators we anticipate issuing more orders under the defense production act in the very near future in addition to the one that I just signed against three M. for facemask Democrats are pressing the president to open a special enrollment period under the affordable Care Act exchanges which will allow those who have previously opted out to sign up for health insurance coverage businesses continue to lay off and furlough workers amid the outbreak and it shows in the jobs market CBS is Jason Brooks on those who filed for their first week of unemployment benefits in the week ending March twenty eighth six point six million people filed for first time unemployment claims smashing the record set last week which was revised higher to more than three point three million economists say those numbers will continue to pile up in the coming weeks with companies across the country laid off workers due to the pandemic Boeing is one of America's biggest employers with over one hundred sixty thousand workers is offering voluntary layoff packages to all of its employees the March jobs report is due out in the morning and more grim news is expected Terry Thomas is an out of work florist in Oakland California it's starting to get really terrifying.
"skyler henry" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"CBS news on the hour your home for original reporting on that paper in Washington Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has recommended that the city is four million people wear masks when going outside amid this spreading corona virus but should all of us wear them CBS is Skyler Henry Dr entity Balaji told the CBS evening news at hearings to the thirty day social distancing guidelines is the best way to fight those numbers the more we push to really very very strictly adhere to the guidelines of physical separation I believe we can modify that you can't just throw our hands up and say that's inevitably going to hack the White House is also actively discussing recommendations that Americans wear face masks and the White House also emphasizes that the first priority for face masks are medical professionals on the front lines Skyler Henry CBS news the White House president trump confirmed reports that the national stockpile is nearly depleted of personal protection equipment he says that's because it is shipping directly to hospitals but states say they need more New Jersey governor Phil Murphy received a total of eight hundred and fifty additional violators but we still need more and I will continue to press the White House female and frankly anyone who will take my call for more ventilators more PP more direct state aid well of course hospital workers are on the front lines of this virus but about half of Americans say they are worried about even taking a trip to the grocery store par spina Janet Chablis and speaks to workers in Texas what is it like to be on the front lines.
"skyler henry" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Your home for original reporting on that paper in Washington Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti has recommended that the city is four million people wear masks when going outside amid this spreading corona virus but should all of us wear them CBS is Skyler Henry Dr entity Balaji told the CBS evening news at hearings to the thirty day social distancing guidelines is the best way to fight those numbers the more we push to really very very strictly adhere to the guidelines of physical separation I believe we could modify that you can't just throw our hands up and say that's inevitably going to happen the White House is also actively discussing recommendations that Americans wear face masks and the White House also emphasizes that the first priority for face masks are medical professionals on the front lines Skyler Henry CBS news the White House president trump confirmed reports that the national stockpile is nearly depleted of personal protection equipment he says that's because it is shipping directly to hospitals but states say they need more New Jersey governor Phil Murphy received a total of eight hundred and fifty additional violators but we still need more and I will continue to press the White House FEMA and frankly anyone who will take my call for more ventilators more PP more direct state aid of course hospital workers are on the front lines of this virus but about half of Americans say they are worried about even taking a trip to the grocery store par spina Janet Shamli and speaks to workers in Texas what is it like to be on the front.
'We may well be in a recession,' says Fed Chairman Jerome Powell
"Congress is on the verge of passing a two trillion dollar stimulus package meant to keep the economy afloat while the nation tries to stem the spread of the Kobe nineteen the bill comes as the chairman of the federal reserve gave a rare television interview trying to reassure Americans nervous or nervous about the economy details from CBS Skyler Henry on Capitol Hill federal reserve chairman Jerome Powell told NBC news we may already be in a recession but he says the recovery will likely be quick people are being asked to step back from economic activity closer businesses stay home from work so in principle if we get the get the virus spread under control fairly quickly then economic activity can resume and and we want to make that rebound as vigorous as possible Ford is hoping to rebound announcing it intends to re open several of its north American plants beginning April
Senator asks for ethics review of his stock sales
"A North Carolina senator is asking for the Senate ethics committee to review his stock transactions Richard Burr one of four senators under fire for making large stock sale shortly before the market started to tank CBSN's Skyler Henry has the latest from Capitol Hill senator Richard Burr of North Carolina sold between six hundred thousand and one point seven million dollars worth of stock in late January and mid February about a week before the U. S. markets started to slide and as lawmakers started to get daily briefings about the growing health crisis in Asia the sales came around the same time that the Republican who chairs the Senate intelligence committee wrote an op ed assuring Americans the U. S. was prepared to deal with a pandemic and also spoke to a small group warning of severe consequences otherwise serving a box news host Tucker Carlson golden bird to either explain himself or resign there is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis on Twitter Thursday Burr said Americans were already being warned in his message was to be prepared George's junior Republican senator Kelly Locklear who is married to the New York Stock Exchange chairman sold off hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock starting in late January on Twitter she said her transactions were made by advisers and she wasn't even aware of them until weeks later the stock act prohibits members of Congress from profiting off of information
Senators sell stock before coronavirus hits
"Senator Richard Burr of North Carolina is asking for the Senate ethics committee to review his stock transactions after coming under fire for selling a large amount of stock before concerns about the coronavirus sent the U. S. markets plunging he is one of four U. S. senators who made large stock sales shortly before the market started to tank Skyler Henry has the latest from Capitol Hill read about the senator Richard Burr of North Carolina sold between six hundred thousand and one point seven million dollars worth of stock in late January and mid February about a week before the U. S. markets started to slide and as lawmakers started to get daily briefings about the growing health crisis in Asia the sales came around the same time that the Republican who chairs the Senate intelligence committee wrote an op ed assuring Americans the U. S. was prepared to deal with the pandemic and also spoke to a small group warning of severe consequences otherwise serving a fox news host Tucker Carlson golden bird to either explain himself or resign there is no greater moral crime than betraying your country in a time of crisis on Twitter Thursday Burr said Americans were already being warned in his message was to be prepared George's junior Republican senator Kelly Locklear who is married to the New York Stock Exchange chairman sold off hundreds of thousands of dollars in stock starting in late January on Twitter she said her transactions were made by advisers and she wasn't even aware of them until weeks later the stock act prohibits members of Congress from profiting off of information they glean as part of their jobs but there is no evidence the senators had any inside information to other senators Democrat Dianne Feinstein of California and Republican Jim in half of Oklahoma also sold large amounts of stock around the same time Skyler Henry CBS news
Trump touts two potential 'exciting' coronavirus treatments
"The number of coronavirus cases continues to surge in the US and the death toll keeps growing CBSN's Skyler Henry reports experts say those grim numbers will only go up as more people are tested president trump said there may be a glimmer of hope in the fight against the corona virus I think it could be the game changer on Thursday the president announced that two existing medications have been identified as potential coded nineteen treatments one is an experimental Ebola drug the other I jocks a core Quinn was developed to treat malaria but has been used as an arthritis medicine since the nineteen fifties just around for a long time so we know that event if if things don't go as planned it's not going to kill anybody both drugs are now being tested in clinical trials if they are effective Mr trump says they will be fast tracked for FDA approval
"skyler henry" Discussed on WWL
"Out Skyler Henry CBS news the White House at least two house members announced they've tested positive for the corona virus now some congressional lawmakers are pressing to change the rules so they can take both remotely without returning to Capitol Hill the proposal would give the Senate majority and minority leaders the ability to jointly authorized remote voting for thirty days after that the Senate will have to vote to re authorize as the stock market convulsed as day traders are told to stay home the floor of the New York Stock Exchange will be empty Monday and after two staffers tested positive for the corona virus the market is studied a bit Thursday Dow closed up one hundred and eighty eight points just under one percent the S. and P. up eleven points and the nasdaq up nearly one hundred and sixty one points that reflects cautious optimism that emergency action by the government could cushion the global economy from a looming recession and while investors are jittery about an uncertain global economy CBSN's Diane king hall tells us how the New York Stock Exchange is taking action to try to stop the spread of the coronavirus this Friday is the last day for traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange FOR WYO the exchanges switching temporarily to an electronic format to combat the spread of the corona virus that's not a permanent move it's it's absolutely just a short term shift the iconic institution had been taking precautions checking people's temperatures before allowing them entry but at least two workers one from the trading floor tested positive for covert nineteen that alone is not why we made the decision to move to electronic trading but certainly played into our decision making process when we thought about how quickly this virus is advancing and making sure that we wanted to be able to provide an orderly shift to electronic trading for our customers this monumental move comes as Wall Street continues to deal with the massive volatility and uncertainty in the markets calls by the global health crisis stocks have fluctuated wildly in the last few weeks going from a record high in February to the increasing likelihood of a recession as businesses big and small shut down a.
Trump: Stock market will recover from coronavirus fears
"President president trump trump says says the the United United States States is is very very very very ready ready for for whatever whatever the the new new corona corona virus virus threat threat brings brings CBS CBS news news correspondent correspondent Skyler Skyler Henry Henry says says the the president president has announced that the vice president will be the point person on the case the trump administration is asking for two point five billion dollars to fight the spread of the outbreak some Republicans would like us to get four and some Democrats would like this to get eight to half and we'll be satisfied whatever whatever it is senior White House officials tell CBS news the president is taking over messaging to prevent the stock market from tumbling further I think the stock market will recover the economy is very strong after opening higher the Dow Jones moved into negative territory in the early afternoon following huge losses Monday and Tuesday
Bloomberg pushes back against sexual harassment allegations
"Twenty democratic race is in Nevada next weekend Michael Bloomberg is not on the ballot there but he continues to campaign hard even amidst allegations now of sexual harassment at his workplace CBS news correspondent Skyler Henry reports from Washington but I'm going to convince the public that they should vote for me Michael Bloomberg is not participating in the Nevada caucuses but the billionaire is on the campaign trail today stumping in Richmond Virginia he's also pushing back against the Washington post piece detail yeah allegations around what Bloomberg is said and about his workplace culture of sexual harassment and degradation Bloomberg tweeted today I will always be a champion for women in the workplace Vermont senator Bernie Sanders meanwhile laced into billionaire former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg at a Democratic Party dinner in Las Vegas Sanders rattled off a list of Bloomberg here sees against the Democratic Party including implementing racist policies like stop and frisk in New York and opposing the minimum wage or higher taxes on the wealthy during the Obama administration Sanders said the simple truth is that mayor Bloomberg with all his money will not create the kind of excitement and energy we need to have the voter turnout we must have to defeat Donald
"skyler henry" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Correspondent Skyler Henry reports from New Hampshire democratic voters here say they're looking for a candidate strong enough to go up against president trump Elizabeth Warren supporter dead pack is made up her mind says many voters have not it's been the most undecided campaign that I've ever seen it speaks to how much people want to make the right decision how much the president trump who hold a rally here Monday tweet if we will not be touching your social security or Medicare and fiscal twenty twenty one budget only the Democrats will destroy them by destroying our country's greatest ever economy US military spokespeople confirm an incident involving US military members CBS news correspondent Jamie you guess reports American soldiers came under fire according to a U. S. army spokesperson the troops were conducting an operation and Natalie Hart province alongside Afghan troops when they were fired on it's unclear if there were any casualties a protest in Portland Oregon to counter I K. K. K. rally turned violent even after attendees were told the KKK rally had been canceled anti fascist protesters from the group and T. five were arrested at the scene Portland police is lieutenant at Tina Jones says law enforcement had to step in when the protest became violent we did not want to insert the police to be the target or focus we would rather have people come in and peacefully demonstrate which was a goal unfortunately there were as a few select individuals who decided to engage in criminal behavior and a scary situation for supporters of president trump in Jacksonville Florida W. J. X. TV reporter Russell colbern has the story all of a sudden he hit the gas.
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"Picture past Sanders and border judge and for that matter Biden and border judge CBS news correspondent Skyler Henry democratic voters here say they're looking for a candidate strong enough to go up against president trump Elizabeth Warren supporter dead pack is made up her mind says many voters have not it's been the most undecided campaign that I've ever seen it speaks to how much people want to make the right decision how much space here CBS news update on top forty the nation's top immunologist doctor Anthony Fauci is offering assurances to quarantine passengers aboard the diamond princess cruise ship thought you says they're on board quarantine off the coast of Japan is the best public health method of countering the corona virus outbreak some passengers are fearful of their quarantine aboard the ship where scores have been second from the corona virus but director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci says the best public health recommendation is for passengers and crew to remain on board the safest and best thing to do as inconvenient as it is is to keep them quarantines she says there's little likelihood the corona virus spread by respiratory droplets could make its way through a ship's air filtration system that concept and the possibility of a virus going through the ventilation system into a close rooms is extraordinarily low WTOP news so we are learning coronavirus deaths have surpassed that of the nine months sars epidemic back in the early two thousands health officials are reporting more than eight hundred deaths in the current outbreak there's a new potential case of the virus in our area Virginia's health department says someone in northern Virginia is being tested by the CDC to see if they have the virus and DC has a person awaiting results from the CDC so far there have been a handful of potential cases from our area but no one in Virginia Maryland or DC has tested positive for the illness the re trial of a Delaware man who admitted breaking up Tom off a four point five million dollars statue at the Philadelphia museum has been indefinitely postponed and it's all because of this new corona virus the Philadelphia Enquirer reports several Chinese witnesses essential to the case against twenty six year old Michael Rihanna would be unable to travel to Philly for the re trial set to begin February eighteenth a jury deadlocked in April in our Hyannis trial on charges of theft and concealment of an object of cultural heritage just ahead on WTOP Maryland's governor speaks out about president trump's impeachment it's eleven thirty four winter is a challenge for all of us the weather takes its toll and nothing suffers more than your roof if your roof gets beat up by the ice and snow and cold of winter then you're facing some expensive fixes in the future so why not call Routemasters now to make sure your roof is in shape for winter hi it's Chris core here's the bottom line I trust Routemasters I've used them myself in my own home and have recommended them to friends and family they don't offer give make deals to try to get your business either they simply say this any time you need work done on your roof always get three estimates just make sure one of the three is some roof masters that way you'll know you're getting a good deal I wonder what the other guys don't tell you to get three estimates moon says a lot doesn't it so do yourself and your roof a favor and call Routemasters at three OO one two three roof three oh one two three R. O. O. F. proof masters remember at Routemasters the proof is in the roof eleven thirty five just two days after his Senate acquittal president trump removed from their posts two of the witnesses who provided some of the most damning testimony against him in the house impeachment inquiry late Friday Gordon somberly revealed he has been recalled from his post as the US ambassador to the E. U. nearly three months after he testified that top administration officials knew about an alleged campaign to pressure Ukraine to investigate the bidens everyone was in the loop in a statement silence said he was advised the president intended to remove him affected immediately the announcement came just hours after lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men who also testified against the president in the impeachment hearings was escorted from his desk at the White House not corresponded Paul reed reporting Maryland governor Larry Hogan is expressing frustration after president trump's impeachment acquittal he says both parties and both chambers of Congress failed I thought we needed to get to the facts and I thought we needed to have a fair and objective hearing but governor Hogan says that's not at all what happened to the whole process was kind of a a sham and and a joke he tells politico the Democrats should have allowed Republicans to call their own witnesses in the house and the Republicans in the Senate should have allowed new witnesses most people America are kind of after three years kind of sick and tired of hearing about it and I don't think Congress did their job in October Hogan said he supported the impeachment inquiry expressing concerns about president trump's phone call with the president of Ukraine neckline Ellie WTOP news traffic and weather is next it's eleven thirty seven message and data rates may apply earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload but what if.
Democrats face off in New Hampshire debate
"Of the leading Democrats faced off in a debate in New Hampshire last night here's CBS news Skyler Henry former vice president Joe Biden addressed as lackluster performance with voters so far to get in Iowa I'll probably take it here no matter what I'm stone was this for the same reason electability full can beat president trump in November it remains a key theme Donald trumps worst nightmare is a candidate that will bring people in from the metal I would submit that that is me that was senator any club which are the New Hampshire primary is on
Friday’s New Hampshire Democratic debate
"Seven Democrats took the stage last night in New Hampshire for a presidential debates sponsored by apple news and ABC news and the two candidates who led the pack in Iowa try to keep the momentum going a judge and Bernie Sanders met face to face on the debate stage in New Hampshire after their neck and neck finish in Iowa the biggest risk we could take at a time like this would be to go up against that fundamentally new challenge but trying to fall back on the familiar politics is says it's my way or the highway the way you bring people together is by presenting an agenda that works for the working people of this country not for the billionaire class Sanders has criticized rejects saying the former south bend Indiana mayor's campaign is taking money from billionaires who CBS's Skyler Henry Iowa Democrats are recovering from a number of disappointments after Monday's Iowa caucuses though one has received less attention than the others turnout was up slightly from twenty sixteen but still less than expected at certain to rattle Democrats who are banking on high turnout in battle grounds across the country to win in November and it raises doubts about whether I away is winnable by Democrats after a recent shift toward
Iowa caucus results: Errors evident in Wednesday numbers
"Chairman of the Democratic National Committee is calling for re campus in the Iowa caucuses the final votes are in and Bernie Sanders leads the popular vote voted Jed's lead to the number of state delegates but there is evidence that some of the results may not be accurate CBS news correspondent Skyler Henry as the latest in New Hampshire where the primary is next Tuesday seriously listening to everybody the race for the democratic presidential nomination is heating up ahead of next week's New Hampshire primary I know who I voted for in the last election but I'm not quite there yet senator Bernie Sanders who represents neighboring Vermont trounced Hillary Clinton here four years ago state polls show a tight race with him out in front when you get six thousand more votes that generally regarded to be the one both Sanders and people to judge are claiming victory after Monday's Iowa caucuses but the state party has yet to announce final results I'd I in all humility I'm asking you for your vote
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"West bend your table Boulevard in the west in at twenty nineteen bank St so watch for crews on the scene of an early morning house fire there our next report in ten minutes populace newsradio eight forty WHAS I'm WLKY meteorologist Matt Milosevic with your Thursday forecast we will see more clouds than sun shine today but temperatures right about normal for the time of year with a high near forty four cloudy skies a low down to thirty eight tonight will keep those clouds for your Friday and Dodge a few rain showers as well with highs near forty six we'll keep a chance of the wet weather for Saturday and a high of forty five dryers sunnier and much warmer on Sunday with highs up to sixty that's your latest W. okay why forecast I'm meteorologist babyliss of it it's thirty two it news radio eight forty WHAS our top story is our house explosion that is seriously injured two people Paul miles as the details it happened near Lichfield in Grayson county where we got here house which is up in flames AJ Scanlon's mother live there she and her seven year old daughter were burned in the explosion none of the other buildings the started work touch at all but the house is just completely began down a with a low level explosion and just got forty ourself in the doors were all blasted away the two victims were flown to university of Louisville hospital the state fire marshal says the explosion was apparently caused by a malfunction in our propane furnace Paul miles news radio eight forty WHAS it's six thirty two it news radio eight forty WHAS in Grayson county we had to the nation's capital where the impeachment trial of president trump rolls on on Wednesday senators had a chance to ask questions of the White House counsel land house managers the issue of whether to call witnesses to testify still hangs over the proceedings namely former national security adviser John Bolton correspondent Skyler Henry is on the scene Nixon was going to be impeached for far.
Email shows White House withheld aid 90 minutes after Ukraine call
"Email service today showing military aid to Ukraine was suspended just ninety minutes after the president's July phone call with Ukraine's leader where he asked for a favor to investigate Joe Biden and his son that is prompting Democrats to renew their calls for the White House to allow officials to testify in the Senate impeachment trial of the email is a coincidence but Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the White House should turn over all documents related to Ukraine the new emails from Mr Duffy and the trump administration sure why it's so important for the White House to produce the documents we have requested the president is spending the Christmas holiday in Florida lashed out on Twitter accusing Schumer and house speaker Nancy Pelosi of trying to take over the trial and CBS news course and Skyler Henry reporting from the
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"Reluctant to send those articles to the Senate unless Democrats have more of a say in the trials proceedings CBS's Skyler Henry Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell met with Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer Thursday afternoon trying to reach an agreement on how a Senate trial will proceed after the house and beach president trump as of today however we remain at an impasse democratic and Republican senators different run how the trial should be conducted Republicans wanted to be quick Democrats want more witnesses and testimony and president trump in many fellow Republicans just want this to be over with you've never seen a Republican Party zero negative US zero that hasn't happened almost ever CBS news update I'm Jim show living it's nine thirty two the White House is defending president trump over swipe at a late democratic congressman during the president's rally in Michigan last night John Dingell's widow says the remark paint her CBS the Stephen Portnoy reports she calls me up the president told a Michigan crown congresswoman Debbie Dingell thanked him for a proclamation honoring her late husband is looking down he be so thank you so much Sir I said that's okay don't worry about it babies look it up posthumous dig it John Dingell was lamented by members of both parties White House press secretary Stephanie Gresham you've got to remember this president has been under attack now for two and a half years tensions are high Christian insists Mr trump did all he could to honor Dingell Stephen port no I CBS news the White House for the second time this year a woman from China has trespassed at president trump's Mar a Lago club in Florida a poem beach judge ordered the woman to remain in custody after a court appearance this morning or from CBS's Pat Milton law enforcement authorities said a fifty six year old Chinese national woman was arrested yesterday outside Meryl Lago president trump's residents in Palm Beach Florida Jean Loup was charged with loitering and resisting arrest club security reported Jim Lou to the Palm Beach police department after they spotted her on the president's property taking photographs police arrested her soon afterwards Jane who is believed to have been staying in the Palm Beach area for the last couple of weeks the president and his family were not answer the club in September a Shanghai business woman was found guilty of trespassing our logo there are growing calls for the resignation of a Jersey city school board member for comments she made after the shooting rampage there WCBS reporter Kevin Cullen has more she called Jewish people brutes who been flashing bags of money a black homeowners in order to force the now Jersey city school board member John Terrel page even accused Jews of threatening to plant drugs and prostitutes in certain neighborhoods when people refused to leave she said all of this to seemingly justified the kosher market shooting I asked her to resign as governor Murphy followed that I don't think she has a place being elected office were around children when we're certainly trying to provoke more of a conversation around being accepting about only accepting the inclusive mayor Steve full of also took aim at the Hudson county democratic black caucus to put out a statement saying page raise concerns that ought to be looked into you can I give credibility to somebody trying to justify murder and say well let's think about what the heating meeting behind some sort of homicide or murder the outgoing school board president had planned to call for her resignation at a board meeting tonight but it was canceled amid security concerns in Jersey city Kevin Rinko WCBS newsradio eight eighty US special ops forces deployed to a basin is Pakistan shortly after nine eleven a coming down with cancers at an alarming rate that's according to reporting by Tara Copp the national military and veteran's affairs correspondent for McClatchy she says the base hadn't been used in a while it was hampered by decades of not black they were radiation signed there were warnings of chemical weapons they found this black goo oozing in the soil and to their combat boots and at ponds that glowed bright green bay's once used by the Russians to create chemical weapons was a critical hub in the early days of the war to provide support to US ground forces in Afghanistan sixty one service members have been diagnosed with cancer or died from the disease according to a twenty fifteen army study of that number may be higher but because it doesn't include the special operations forces deployed there due.
Report on origins of Russia investigation released by Justice Department inspector general
"In the Senate lawmakers scrutinize Wednesday a justice department watchdogs report that found the FBI had a legitimate basis to launch it Russia investigation involving president trump's twenty sixteen campaign though CBS's Skyler Henry reports it found major flaws in how the probe was handled the activities we found her down and vindicate anybody justice department inspector general Michael Horowitz testified before Senate lawmakers days after issuing his report about the origins of the F. B. I.'s Russia probe so many basic and fundamental errors were made by three separate hand picked investigative teams on one of the most sensitive FBI investigations the report released Monday highlighted issues with how agents got approval to monitor trump campaign aide Carter page if you don't have a legal foundation to surveil somebody in you keep doing it is that bad absolutely is that spine it's it's not it's illegal surveillance are which are covered in F. B. I. lawyer doctored an email from the C. I. A. that indicated page was a CIA source that is in turn used as the basis for a sworn statement to the court that the court realized am I stating that accurately that's correct that is what occurred in his testimony Horowitz rejected the idea that the F. B. I. engage in illegal surveillance of the trump campaign and stood by his conclusion that the Russian investigation was properly opened did your Rico port I'm cover systematic political bias at the FBI we did not find documentary testimonial evidence to support a finding of bias Republicans have repeatedly pointed to anti chucked accent between F. B. I. agents Lisa page and Peter struck to dispute that you also found some agents of the FBI who had it exactly opposite political viewpoint individuals at the justice department after allowed to have their political views president trump wait and during the hearing tweeting that the FBI spied on his campaign both the president and Attorney General William Barr have disputed the report's findings and maintain the FBI unfairly targeted the president scatter Henry CBS news
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"Muscle into it resident drop IT spending the holiday at Mar a Lago in Florida is the house impeachment inquiry heats up sources tell CBS news you'll probably rejected Democrats offered to appear on the house Judiciary Committee starts hearings next week here's correspondent Skyler Henry president trump wished Americans a happy thanksgiving on Twitter as house Democrats prepared for the next steps into the impeachment inquiry a New York times reports suggest the president's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani discussed lucrative business deals with Ukrainian government officials while he was working with them to investigate the vitamins but in a statement Wednesday Giuliani's lawyer said bottom line is he did not seek any business and turned down the business that saw him Giuliani's pursuits in Ukraine and how much of it occurred with the president's knowledge are central to the house impeachment inquiry into the president Skyler Henry CBS news watching here in the eastern Congo rebels attacked and killed for Ebola response workers making a rat occasion of the disease more difficult and Ebola more likely to spread World Health Organization chief gro screw hace of sweet heart broken that people have died in the line of duty as they work to save others days after president trump said navy seal Eddie Gallagher should retire keep his rank and worries of the three officers accused of covering up his alleged misdeeds have ended CBS David Martin says they as well will keep their ranks resident had intervened and ordered the navy not to hold Gallagher accountable for his actions and then as a navy officers said if we're not going to hold Gallagher accountable it makes no sense to hold these three officers accountable some people are having trouble saying happy thanksgiving or anything else through Facebook Instagram of the company's other apps the monitoring company down detector says it's a relatively small number of people here and in Great Britain nothing official from Facebook yet this is CBS news CBS.