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New Science Chief Wants Next Pandemic Vaccine Ready in 100 Days
"And have a beer. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News, The new White House science advisor, says he wants to have a vaccine ready to fight the next pitch. Endemic in just about 100 days after recognizing a potential viral outbreak in his first interview after being sworn in today, Eric Lander painting a rosy near future, where a renewed American emphasis on science not only better prepares the world for the next pandemic with plug in and play vaccines, but also changes how medicine fights disease and treats patients. Herbs, climate change and further
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"Stephen Portnoy. You know we've held intensive high level discussions hour by hour literally. President Biden said he spoke by phone with Benjamin Netanyahu six times over the course of the 11 days of fighting. Urging security, freedom and prosperity for both Israelis and Palestinians. Mr. Biden vowed the U. S would replenish Israel's Iron Dome missile defense system and provide humanitarian assistance to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza. People getting Covic shots will need another around pretty soon. CBS is Nicky Batiste explains a covert vaccine booster could be necessary by fall for people who are already fully vaccinated. What's really gonna depend on following what the durability of immunity is, and essentially recommending it at an appropriate time? Dr Anthony Fauci says the vaccines are effective for at least six months. Likely, more butt boosters will probably be needed. Five people are dead in Louisiana. After days of heavy rain Governor John Bel Edwards pay attention to the news to the weather Channel to local officials. Make sure you're monitoring the situation. You heed warnings and do not go out and drive. President Biden has signed a bill to help curb hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The new law expedites federal reviews and provides grants to local law enforcement agencies to improve investigations and reporting a missing hiker is found in Southern California. KCBS TV is Rachel Kim. Rebecca Lotta felt relief and gratitude when the L. A County Sheriff's Department's Air Rescue five spotted her brother deep down in a canyon after he had been missing for five days. We didn't know for days not knowing It's so hard. The search efforts began Saturday night after 58 year old George Knoll went for a day hike in the Buckhorn Mount Waterman area and never returned for days. Volunteers and authorities scoured the terrain on the ground. During an aerial search and bear Canyon. Theo airships spotted knoll waving at them Nearer Creek in a very remote and rugged part of the Angeles National Forest. No. Says he survived on just water tenders, trying to cut the number of hateful messages on its platform..
Biden Signs Bill to Combat Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans
"Biden expresses pride and lawmakers from both sides coming together to curtail the dramatic rise in hate. Crimes against Asian Americans in Pacific Islanders build the president signed creates a new Justice Department post. To review reports of hate crimes and the names to make it easier for victims to report incidents in multiple languages. Before the signing President Biden forcefully called for an end of violence targeting Asian Americans every time We let hate flourish. Make a line. Who we are is the nation. Stephen Portnoy CBS News The bill makes new grants available to help local law enforcement agencies improve their investigations into bias driven crimes.
Biden to Propose Capital Gains Tax of 39.6%
"Stocks took a dive on reports President Biden will announce plans next week too high taxes for the wealthy White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Port suggests the president will propose increasing the top income tax bracket to 39.6% and nearly doubling the current 20% capital gains tax. For those earning more than a million dollars a year. White House press secretary Jen Psaki refused to confirm that that's how Mr Biden would pay for boosted federal spending on education and
Biden to move up deadline for adult vaccine eligibility
"President Biden just address the American people from the lighthouse on the fight against covert 19, he said. There's good news and bad news. The good now administering an average of three million shots per day. Over 20 million shots a week. He says. This is the bad news. New various of the virus. Are spreading and they're moving quickly. Chases air going back up. Hospitalizations. They're no longer declining, he announced the deadline for adult eligibility to get a vaccine is being moved up to April 19th. But, says correspondent Stephen Portnoy, the president's new April 19th deadline is in keeping with decisions already made by officials in nearly every one of the states just to Hawaii and Oregon, and said they still intended to wait until May 1st to make all adults eligible to sign up. New York makes all adults eligible for the shots
Biden Announces First Slate of Judicial Nominees With History-Making Picks
"White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has more on a diverse list of people who were up for federal judge positions. Joe Biden's first slate of judicial nominees reflect to tell priority of his White House, appointing minorities and women to keep positions. Press secretary Jen Psaki says the 11 nominations including three black women, and a man who would be the first Muslim American district Court judge represent what she calls a paradigm shift in the Times of people who can see themselves on the federal
Biden holds 1st formal news conference
"Made a little news right away, doubling his initial covert vaccination goal from 100 million to 200 million shots administered in his 1st 100 days. President also vowed to fulfill his campaign promises. One at a time from tackling the pandemic to curbing mass shootings to ending the surge of the border. The president told reporters. I'm gonna do with all those problems. The question is Priorities as they come and land on my plate. Asked about reforming the filibuster, Mr Biden said, it's been abused in a gigantic way, and he showed anger when he was asked about Republican efforts to reverse expanded access to voting. It is the most pernicious thing this makes Jim Crow looked like Jim Eagles. Mr. Biden shrugged off the notion that migrants are heading north because they see him a sympathetic That's not the reason they're coming, and he said a condition for diplomacy with North Korea the end result of denuclearization. Stephen Portnoy's CBS News the White House. Meantime, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer laid out an ambitious legislative
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"Years, including a reinstatement of the 1994 ban on semiautomatic weapons, which expired 10 years later. Stephen Portnoy CBS News, CBS's Jim Crow, Sula, says 2020 was the deadliest year for gun violence in decades. Nearly 20,000 Americans were killed by gun violence last year. According to data from the gun Violence archive. That was more than any other year and at least two decades and additional 24,000 people died in the U. S. By killing themselves with a gun gun. Violence disproportionately affects communities of color. She was a 25 year old supermarket worker with hopes of becoming a nurse. Just one of the stories coming out on the 10 lives cut short. In Monday's Colorado shooting. We are hearing the heartbreaking story of the hole. There's a hole in her family. Robert Olds lost his niece, Ricky Olds who worked at the King Soopers supermarket that dreams Said ambitions he described a delightful, unpredictable young woman never knew what color hair was gonna be way never knew what new tattoo she may have. And he talked about a life cut short. He didn't get to experience motherhood. She didn't get to experience marriage. Steve Futterman CBS news Moments ago. I've asked her president Biden appointed Vice president Kamila Harris to lead the White House effort at the southern border has young migrants continue pouring in White House Copan advisor Andy Slavitt with positive covert vaccine news across the country now a total of 84 million people. Received at least one vaccination does or one in three adults and 45 million people who've been fully vaccinated. That's better than one in six adults soccer star Meghan Rippin. Oh says lawmakers should take action to address a gender pay gap. It was during a hearing to mark equal Pay day today. We're still paid less than our male counterparts. For each trophy, of which there are many for each win for each tie. For each time we play less women earn 82 cents for each dollar men earn, according to the National Women's Law Center. The Dow was up 1 47. This is CBS News. This hour is newscast is presented by Rocket mortgage when you need certainty in the home buying process with a loan that fits your life Rocket can 303 on Wednesday March 24th 2021 57 in the nation's capital, down to the low fifties overnight. Good afternoon. I'm Brennan Hazleton and I'm Hilary Howard. Our top local story is breaking news in Virginia. The death penalty is dead. Governor Ralph Northam just signed a bill passed by the General Assembly earlier this year to abolish capital punishment today. Virginia becomes the first Southern state toe end this practice. We joined 22 other states insane, the government will not take a life. The government will no longer execute people. Northam signed the bill at the Greenville Correctional Center, which houses Virginia's execution chamber. Since the U. S was colonized Virginia has executed more people than any other state. Virginia kill executed 113 people since the U. S. Supreme Court reinstated the penalty in 1976. That's second only to Texas again, the death penalty officially abolished in Virginia. We'll have more details on this breaking story.
Biden speaks on Boulder shooting and need for "common sense" gun laws
"Mass shooting leaves another American community in tears. President Joe Biden. I don't need to wait another minute. Alone an hour to take common sense steps. I'll save the lives in the future and the urge my colleagues In the House and Senate to act. Mr. Biden's statement comes as the country learns more about the 10 victims and yesterday's boulders. Supermarket shooting also learned about the accused shooter. Police say he is 21 year old Ahmad Ali. We Elissa. As of this morning he was still in the hospital after being shot in the leg. CBS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us live with more Highest Steve. This mass shooting is the second in three days. The other, of course, being the string of spa shootings around Atlanta. What else did the president have to say about this today? Hillary. The president noted that this first shooting essentially, this is the second shooting in his many days occurs as the flags of the White House and across the country still have staff. The president went out of his way to say that the motive of the shooter in Boulder, Colorado, is not known. He said. He is you heard him say he doesn't want to wait another minute, let alone another hour to take what he calls common sense steps to save lives in the future. He urged the Senate to take up the two Background check bills that have been approved in the House. One would expand background checks to cover private sales between individuals and another would close. What's been called The Charles Should Charleston loophole, And this is the idea that if a background check doesn't come back in time, that it a transaction could occur even while the background check is still in process, and that's apparently what happened in Charleston so that the president is calling on The Senate T send those to background check bills to his desk. He also called on Congress to pass another band on semi automatic rifles and high capacity magazines. He said he got that done when he was a senator in the 1994 assault weapons ban. Expired after 10 years, so it expired in 2004. It was allowed to sunset. He says that that law should be reinstated.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"He'll explain in sports from the desert at 3 15 public's first glimpses of how Children are being housed at the border patrol facilities on the US Mexico border or coming from a Congress member who sharing pictures. Photos released by Texas Democrat Henry Kwei. Our show Children huddled close together, sleeping on the floor and foil blankets. The continued barring of the press remains a liability for the Biden White House. Press secretary Jen Psaki says the administration is working to facilitate access to ensure privacy and ensure we're following covert protocols. She said that for weeks sake says ads are now running on Brazilian and Central American radio stations and on social media urging migrants not to make the journey now. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News Some members of the LGBT Q community find themselves in a faith dilemma after the Vatican reaffirmed its stand against the blessing of same sex marriages last week. The decree comes amid statements made by Pope Francis about gay civil unions and the welcoming of LGBT Q followers. But we have to realize you know, as the head of the Catholic Church, you know he's not going to come out and say things that are against church teachings by the great writing his gay, a pastor in Milwaukee, ST Bernadette and our Lady of Good Hope, perishes, he says. Polls show the standards contrary to what most Followers thing you're Catholic community. It's about 62% that support gay marriage. G. Miller WTMJ news and you could hear the complete conversation at wtmj dot com. Coming up with old becomes new again, Citing unlimited WTMJ news time 306 What a great day to make it pizza night in your household. We do it often as a matter of fact that the Magic household at least once a week when we do it, it's all about Palermo's Ah, great variety of frozen pizzas made by Palermo's probably made a Wisconsin for over 55 years. You are supporting local. Will you buy Palermo's So whatever you're looking for here, the urban pie. Connie's primo, thin screaming Sicilian. How about the neighborhood pizzeria? All favorites in the magical soul? They will be for you to find whatever you like. Best sample them all. Right out. It's Palermo's. It's Wisconsin's hometown pizza. WTMJ NEWS time. Three Oh, six, their arm or new versions of old classics showing up in the toy aisles. Potato Head isn't the only one. Where's my Nose? USA Today says creators are busy making other toys and games more inclusive to like playing cards that have kids of today wondering why the king is worth more than the Queen. Newfangled deck called Queen, where men and women are equal and figures are multi ethnic is now in its second edition Has Rowe recently released a gender neutral version of Mr Potato Head? Harvey now comes in dozens of skin tones and hairstyles and several different body types. Deborah Rodriguez, CBS News Coming Up to Go Live to Spring training and Arizona, citing unlimited wtmj News time, three. Oh, seven. Financial planning is a woman's issue. That's because women the five years longer than men, so the money has to last longer, But women earn 20% less.
US to house up to 3,000 immigrant teens at Dallas site
"President Biden's telling my Grand, said the border with Mexico not to cross over. As border agents do not have the capacity to handle them. All. The Homeland Security secretary says that the current pace, more migrants will reach the U. S border this year than it any time in the past 20 years. Alejandro, New York, Aceh's most of being turned away. But in a statement he cites legal protections for unaccompanied minors, explaining why they've been crowded into border patrol facilities. The administration says it intends to use a convention center in Dallas to house thousands of teenage boys before they could be sent to stay with relatives or sponsors. Stephen Portnoy
Biden signs $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan into law
"National story. President Biden has signed the $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan. Tonight. He addresses the nation. CBS News White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has more. His president's first remarks in prime time will be delivered from the East Group. Press secretary Jen Psaki. He plans to provide a clear outline of his approach level with the American people about what is required of them, but also provide a sense of hope of what is possible sake says Mr and Mrs Biden will hit the road next week. So well, Vice President Harris and her husband, Doug, em off Goal to tout the benefits of the rescue package and help is here tour the first stops for the president Pennsylvania and Georgia, two key states he won last November.
Biden doubles order of Johnson & Johnson one-shot COVID-19 vaccine
"Single shot covert vaccine with the purchase of 100 million more Johnson and Johnson shots the U. S will ultimately have more doses than people. I'm doing this because this wartime efforts we need maximum flexibility. President by Senses. There should be enough doses on hand to vaccinate every American adult by the end of May, But his variance spread, Mr Biden says the course of the pandemic is hard to predict. A lot can happen. A lot can change and we need to be prepared. He says Any surplus vaccines would be distributed overseas after Americans are taking care of Stephen Portnoy, CBS NEWS 9 33. It's
President Biden on verge of signing COVID-19 relief package
"In Washington, Congress likely to send President Biden's covert relief bill to his desk by the middle of the week. Get more on the timeline, and what's in that bill from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. The final hurdle for the measure's passage in the House, which is expected tomorrow. The package will likely wind up on the president's desk without learning a single Republican vote. Beyond the $1400 stimulus checks, help for businesses and funding for schools, states and local governments. The rescue plan includes a major expansion of the child tax credit. Once it becomes law, most parents will begin receiving monthly checks of up to $300 per child and as a refundable tax credit. Those checks would also go to parents who don't earn enough to go federal income taxes.
Here’s Why Distribution of the Vaccine Is Taking Longer Than Expected
"Is racing to get Corona virus vaccines in a week that has seen the U. S death toll rises above 520,000. This is president Biden says they'll be enough vaccines on hand for all adults by the end of May. Can it be done? CBS is Stephen Portnoy's at the White House. Well, we're going to see and this is something that you know. The president did make a lot of news when he said that these vaccines should be available two months earlier than expected. And there's sort of a thinking here in Washington with the president might be trying to doing is basically under promise and over deliver, but he's pointing to ramped up vaccine production it find sir, you've got the Johnson and Johnson vaccine that's just been authorized its coming online and the hope is that the manufacturing with all the partnerships that had been reached will be able to have That many vaccines at least distributed into the states by the end of May know the White House is very takes pains to say That doesn't mean that all Americans will be vaccinated by the end of May currently is we're speaking, Alison the It looks like we're on track for about two million doses per day to be distributed. But even at that pace, you're still looking at several more months before Most Americans are vaccinated. And, uh, you know, the challenge is to make sure that there are enough places for people to be vaccinated enough people to actually do. The injections in some states are actually calling on volunteers from across medical industries, maybe even veterinarians to perform the vaccinations. I know that retired Doctors and nurses have been asked to step in. So really, the challenge is more than just the vaccine manufacturing it Zach Chua Li setting up the physical inoculations, and it's also getting through those really prickly port portals and many cities. But let me also ask. I know that several states have been easing back of their restrictions, including Texas. It was like, okay, no more mask. What is the president had to say about that? Well, the president made a lot of news when he said that he basically called it Neanderthal thinking, And he criticized the governors of Texas and Mississippi for rather recklessly in his mind moving to lift these restrictions, and it was interesting to hear business owners in Texas and Mississippi say not so fast, Not in my place of business. No, we're going to insist that people wear masks and other response to that from the governor of Texas is to say, Well, that's fine. Maybe that's how it ought to be. But the trouble is, you know what about people who live outside of the state of Texas and Mississippi if if the move to lift the mask mandate Leads to an increase in spread in that state. The virus won't just stay spreading in that state. It'll spill over and that's the argument that the White House is making
Biden criticizes Texas and Mississippi for lifting mask mandates
"Act. President Biden reacts to governors who are lifting mask mandates. CBS is Stephen Portnoy, with details think is a big mistake. The president says masks work, and he charged the governors of Texas and Mississippi with threatening to set the country back. The last thing we need is the Neanderthal thinking that In the meantime, explain. Take off your mask. Get it, It's still matters. Mississippi's Republican governor Tate Reeves responded in a tweet saying, I guess I just think we should trust Americans, not insult them. The White House has argued. Mask wearing could prevent
President Joe Biden Urges States To Vaccinate Teachers, School Staff This Month
"He now expects enough vaccine covert 19 to be on hand for every adult American by the end of May. That is two months earlier than anticipated. Presidents, also calling on states to put teachers at the front of the line president says 30 states already give vaccine priority to teachers Now, he says he's directing the remaining states to do the same. We want every educator School staff member childcare worker to receive at least one shot By the end of the month of March. He says teachers should be treated like the essential workers. They are. Mr Biden was asked when things will get back to normal, he says. It's his hope that that will happen by this time next year. Stephen Portnoy's CBS News. All this comes
Biden vows to rebuild alliances, says "America is back" in foreign policy
"President Joe Biden laying out his U. S foreign policy plan at the State Department today later today, I'm going to go up on the eighth floor and send a clear message to the world. America is back. America is back. Diplomacy is back. You are the center. All that I tend Do. CBS is Stephen Portnoy With more on Joe Biden administration's approach to foreign policy Shouldn't Biden's national security advisor says the U. S is intent on holding Russia accountable for the solar winds Hack and for the jailing of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Is it going to stop Vladimir Putin from doing everything we don't like? Of course not. But Jake Sullivan says the Biden administration believes it will take a firmer And more effective posture with Moscow than the Trump Administration. Sullivan also says the U. S. Will defend LGBT Q rights abroad, the United States will speak out and act. On behalf of these rights is we go. Steven Portnoy, CBS
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"And all the other sites that we went online forward. No appointments available. There was nothing to any of the hospitals nearby. The whole system is just totally totally chaotic. President Biden's promised more vaccines coming Today he's poised to take new action on health care issues. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Abortion rights advocates call it the global gag rule, and it's been a policy ping pong between Democratic and Republican administrations for decades. President Biden will again lift the rule and permit U. S tax dollars to flow to international organizations that provide abortion counseling overseas. Separately, Mr Biden will order a three month open enrollment period on healthcare dot gov. Aimed at extending access to insurance for people who've lost their jobs or their coverage during the pandemic. Also, members of Congress are calling on leaders to take new steps to boost security in the wake of the Capitol attack. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says more money may be needed to help protect members of Congress with a threat she describes as the enemy within members of Congress and want to bring guns on the floor and have threatened Violence on other members of Congress among those, according to Democrats, freshman Georgia Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene with a history of social media post, promoting conspiracy theories and violence against Democrats. House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called the Post's disturbing but Pelosi says the GOP should doom or Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington The government says the economy shrank at an annual rate of 3.5% last year worst showing in 74 years. And bankrate dot coms. Mark Hamrick says weekly unemployment claims were still high, The reported dropped a new unemployment claims is welcome news, even though on the face of it. The new still isn't good. Labor Department reports 847,000 new claims down 67,000 From the previous week's revised level, checking Wall Street, the Dow is up 600 points. NASDAQ is up to 20. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T O P.
Biden sworn in as 46th president in historic inauguration
"National story and historic day on Capitol Hill as the nation now has a new president in his inaugural address, President Joe Biden vows to help heal the nation's wounds. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy Experience before a relatively small number of socially distanced dignitaries in a field of nearly 200,000 US and state flags on the National Mall. Joe Biden called for unity in his first remarks is President We can join forces. Stop the shouting and lower the temperature. Without unity. There is no peace. Only bitterness and fury. His address offered little insight into his policy proposals. Much of Mr Biden's first day in office was aimed at undoing many of his predecessors executive actions.
Acting Homeland Security chief resigning, citing court battles
"President's Cabinet tonight, the acting Homeland Security secretary secretary. Rather the latest administration official to resign get details from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Wolf says he's leaving due to recent events. He doesn't directly refer to last Wednesday's riot, which he forcefully urged the president to condemn. Instead, Wolf says it's due to recent court rulings which determined he was improperly appointed as acting head of homeland security. Off, says FEMA administrator Pete Gaynor will now run the department as acting secretary. Wolf has been acting as said the head of homeland security rather, since November of 2019 And
Trump acknowledges election defeat in video on Capitol violence
"Trump for the first time acknowledged a new administration would take over on January 20th in a video released by the White House tonight. And he condemned what happened at the Capitol yesterday. I'd like to begin by addressing the heinous attack on the United States Capitol. Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, Lawlessness and mayhem. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy presidents on camera acknowledgment that his term is in fact ending comes as calls intensify for Mr Trump to be removed from office or resign. Conservative editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal says Mr Trump declined for far too long to call off the riotous crowd at the Capitol and that he then hedged his plea with election complaint. Those actions, the Journal says, crossed a constitutional line that amount to an impeachable offense. The writers say the cleanest solution now would be for Mr Trump to take personal responsibility. And show himself out. CBS News has learned that law enforcement is working on the possibility of more riots leading up to President elect Joe Bynes Inauguration in 13 Days,
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"Cove in relief bill handing out stimulus payments and he wants them increased up to $2000 members of his own party are against it and efforts to raise it or not down today more from CBS correspondent Skylar Henry This morning, House Democrats tried to boost the payments. 600 is certainly not enough for individuals who have been struggling these past seven months, but Republicans blocked the move. It's now up to the president to either sign or veto the original relief bill as unemployment benefits are set to expire the day after Christmas. House Democrats may make another attempt to boost stimulus payments on Monday. More partners have come from President Trump. The list yesterday included a number of well known felons Roger Stone, Paul Manafort and Charles Kushner, the father of the president's son in law. Mr Trump is now pardon Maura than 50 people, many of them friends and political loyalists. ABC political director Rick Klein says there are likely more to come. The president has this part in power. He can use it. It's one of the few unchecked, unchallenged powers, but it's clear that President Trump is using it specifically to single out people that have been loyalty to him to pay. Off political patron's political donors, people in his own family. It may be setting up the ultimate pardons, which would be potentially pardons of people in the inner inner circle and maybe in his own family. The latest wave of 26 pardons announced after the president left the White House to travel to Florida for the holidays. I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House. Paul Manafort, who served for a time is Donald Trump's campaign manager in 2016, was convicted of several counts of bank and tax fraud involving his work for pro Russian forces in Ukraine. Roger Stone, a longtime friend and political advisor of Mr Trump's, was charged with witness tampering in the Russia probe, along with lying to investigators. Charles Kushner, the father of the president's son in law, was convicted in 2005 of a litany of financial crimes as well as witness tampering. The list of pardons also included a former Prince George's county police officer. And we got reaction to that part in here on w T O P. It's just so wonderful that Stephanie Morris reaction to the pardon she receives from President Trump. Was I expecting it? Absolutely not. She served 10 years in prison after being convicted nearly 20 years ago for violating the civil rights of a burglary suspect by releasing her police dog to attack him. Even though the unarmed homeless man had surrendered My Conviction has walked with me since 2001. It's been heavy burden that I've carried..
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"Development today on Capitol Hill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell finally acknowledged that Joe Biden is the president elect. A month and a half after the election, W T. O P S Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill, the Senate majority leader, says the Electoral College has spoken so today. I want to congratulate President elect Joe Biden. He also congratulated Senator Kamila Harris as the vice president elect. Beyond our differences, all Americans can take pride that our nation has a female vice president elect. For the very first time. The Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer, says it's time for other Republicans to follow McConnell's example. And stop denying that President Trump was cheated out of reelection. Stop the misrepresentations. And acknowledge that Joe Biden will be our next president. Enough is enough on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w. T. O p new president elect, Biden says he called Mr McConnell to thank him for his remarks, and the two had a good conversation. Even though Senator McConnell has congratulated President elect Biden. The White House still will not go that far more than six weeks after the election and in the wake of the electoral college affirming the people's choice. White House still won't acknowledge that Joe Biden has been elected president. Yesterday's vote was one step in the constitutional process. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany pointed toe ongoing litigation, even though the Supreme Court summarily rejected the Texas case that Mr Trump referred to as the Big one. Mcenany wouldn't say whether the Senate should proceed to confirming Mr Biden's nominees. That's a hypothetical Stephen Portnoy CBS News, The president of Mexico has written to Mr Biden, congratulating him on his victory and highlighting his commitment to helping immigrants weighing in a bit later than most world leaders. The Mexican president underscored Mr Biden's pro immigrant stance and said the way to encourage people to stay home is in more development, especially in southern Mexico and Central America. President and Grace Manuel Lopez Open a door Also recalled when the two met nine years ago before he became Mexico's first leftist president, saying he told Mr Biden back then he would work to transform Mexico and eliminate corruption. Adrian barred. CBS NEWS Mexico CITY. The Mexican president acknowledged Mr Biden's victory later than most world leaders because he wanted to wait until it was approved by the Electoral College. The U. S. Supreme Court has issued another ruling in support of religious gatherings during the pandemic. In an unsigned order, the justices agreed with religious groups in Colorado and New Jersey. That argue that state restrictions violate religious liberties. It's the latest in a string of rulings against some pandemic guidelines. One day after the U. S surpassed 300,000 covert deaths. Starbucks is pausing. It's happy hour in an effort to reduce crowds. The Buy one get one free promotion scheduled for this Thursday and January 7th as well. Have been canceled. The company says spiking infection rates and scientific guidance to avoid large indoor gatherings are the reasons for the decision to make up for it. Starbucks will offer Maura Double Star days It promises to reassess the situation as conditions change branch of the military is expanding its trading options for women. Women in the U. S. Marines will soon have a new training ground for the first time in its 100 Year history. The Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. Is about to begin training women. It'll happen. In February, The Marines signaled this change three years ago. Up to now women have been trained at Parris Island, South Carolina, Steve Kay thin CBS News Coming up on w T. O P, the latest from Prince George's County's health officer about the coronavirus. 7 43. This is Governor Larry Hogan. We've been fighting covert 19 for what? Seems like forever But we need to keep on all of us. Keep on wearing our masks. Keep on watching our distance..
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"Very latest Corona virus Pandemic KFBK Afternoon news with Kitty O'Neil. And there was pressure from the White House to get the FDA to authorize the first vaccine covert vaccine by the end of the day it happened. And we've got White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy, The FDA commissioner, says he was encouraged to work expeditiously on the vaccine authorization, a senior administration official tells CBS News. Dr Stephen Hahn was told to see the FDA process through to completion today or consider resigning in a tweet. President Trump compares the agency to a big old, slow turtle. The FDA has said it will issue the emergency authorization, and Han says the agency is committed to doing so quickly. Just how quickly isn't clear. Well, it's clear to us tonight because it did get the approval and it will be distributed within 24 hours, and we also understand That we could have health professionals here in Sacramento getting that vaccine by Sunday night, so that has been approved and many think this will be a game changer. So Let's see. What happens. Is we here in Sacramento are in our first full day of lockdown due to the covert virus. Well, let's find out what's coming up Monday morning on the Cape came morning news with Kristina Mandanda and Sam Shane City on Monday morning. We all know it's a risk being a nurse these days it is coded numbers rise. Traveling nurses are getting top dollar. Just ahead. We'll do the handoff from the KPK. Afternoon news to the Pat Walsh. Oh, we'll check the traffic and weather together along with stories now Trending on news. 93.1 Cave became life everywhere on the I Heart radio app. Whatever the weather brings.
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"Let's see if they have the courage to do what everybody in this country knows is right. The Electoral College will formalize Joe Biden's victory over Mr Trump on Monday. Stephen Portnoy CBS News in Time in Delaware President elect Joe Biden today, rolling out his health care team, saying some Americans are feeling the impact of the pandemic far more than others for black, Latino and Native Americans. We're nearly three times as likely to die from it. Over 19 is a mass casualty, Mr Biden, adding the nation is at risk of becoming numb to the pandemic and everything it can do. He pledged to distribute millions of vaccine doses within his 1st 100 days in office. Now among those on his health team ago, California Attorney General Javier Becerra, who's been tapped to service secretary of Health and Human Services. His choice, though to lead the CDC is a local one. Dr. Rochelle Walensky is the chief of infectious diseases at MGH of the American people and to each and every one of you at the CDC. I promise to work with you to harness the power of American science to fight this virus and prevent unnecessary illness and death so that we can all get back to our lives and also picked for the team. Dr. Vivek Murthy, a surgeon general, and Dr Anthony Fauci will be staying on as Mr Biden's chief Cove, it medical advisor. All right, 602, speaking of the virus here in Massachusetts, we're getting the latest update on the numbers tonight. WBC's Carl Stephen says It's not good news. Whether you're talking about the number of new cases, hospitalizations or deaths. The numbers are up across the board from the previous day in this latest update from the State Department. Public health. They show more than 3600 new covert cases across the state and the seven day positivity rage is getting closer to 6%. It's a 5.81. Number of people in hospitals across the Commonwealth is upto 1552 with 310 in intensive care. The increase in patients takes the statewide hospital capacity up to 78%. There were 40 new covert related deaths. Bringing their total to 10,833. Carl Stevens, WBC Boston's news, radio 63. Let's get a look at the roads and traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. Mike is that expressway all backed up again. It certainly is. Nicole. Yeah, South bound is just miserable. Getting out of the city complete standstill coming out of the tunnel. Left lane crashed seven cars by Columbia Road. Clear all lanes of open But boy, it's gonna be a while before that eases out. You may want to think of another way to get out of the city. Now the north out expressway that's fine. Coming in Route three cell found good all the way down past 3 53 the lower end of 1 28 Fine, and so is 95 south down into that. Sharon Fox Burrows stretch now up to the north. Delays on Route three. Both directions through challenge for to sell found crash near Drum Hill. Route four has cleared all lanes are open there again delays both directions there. The upper end 1 20 eight's good won't them up into Peabody for 90 five's Okay. Even 93 is clear a past exit one in Salem, New Hampshire. Out to the west of mass turnpikes been pretty quiet all day. It's still good out through, uh, say Natick and Westboro downtown. The lower deck isn't bad. The backup starts on the second bridge again. This continues all the way through the tunnel store. Oh, drives in good shape, And so is the Tobin Bridge, My king WBC's traffic on the threes and for the rest of the.
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"And safety technology. Toyota President Trump has entered the wall to read Military Hospital in Bethesda, Maryland. CBS News White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy has the latest president waved to reporters and gave a thumbs up. But he said nothing as he walked to the Marine one helicopter, wearing a suit tie and a mask. Before departing the White House. He recorded this message to supporters. I'm going too watery hospital. I think I'm doing very well, but we're going to make sure that things work out. The White House hasn't said why the president's been taken to the hospital except to say that it was recommended by medical experts. Stay is expected to last at least a few days. Stephen Portnoy CBS news next hour, We'll have a special report on the situation that starting at 706. Meantime, a new study found that mosquitoes don't appear to transmit Cove it more from Jim Krystle of CBS, a mosquito that bites a person who has Corona virus cannot pass the infection to its next victim. Even though mosquitoes are notorious disease carriers in lab experiments, researchers at Kansas State University allowed several species of disease carrying mosquitoes, plus other biting insects to feed on blood spiked with covert 19. The virus was unable to survive and replicate itself in any of the insects. Jim Krystle is CBS News. An 18 year old from Wooster is under federal indictment for his alleged conduct following a peaceful protest against police brutality here in Boston. Prosecutors say Vincent Evasions had a Molotov cocktail with him at a demonstration in June following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Charges include civil disorder and possession of an unregistered firearm. It takes 57 at seven o'clock, the latest from DC President Trump Testing positive for covert now at Walter Reid. We also have this special report at 607. When it comes to driving change..
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"Death toll from the Corona virus passed one million today, nine months into a crisis that's devastated the global economy and forced so many to change the way they live, learn and work. A bleak milestone was recorded by Johns Hopkins University. It is almost certainly a vast undercount because of inadequate or inconsistent testing and reporting and suspected concealment by some countries. As his administration first announced a month ago, President Trump is hailing a plan to distribute millions millions of Corona virus rapid tests across the country. The president says the government will send out 150 million new rapid tests 18 million for nursing homes. 15 million for assisted living facilities. It starts with six drops of liquid on White House testing point man, Admiral Brett Giroir demonstrated the new swab, which promises results in 15 minutes without a machine, and that is the test the surgeon Testing supplies comes his vice president. Pence notes. Positivity rates are now increasing in 10 states, the American people should anticipate that cases will rise in the days ahead. Stephen Portnoy, CBS News House Democrats have unveiled a scaled back to $0.2 Trillion Corona virus relief package as a last ditch effort to pressure White House negotiators to come back to the table and strike a bipartisan deal before the election. This pair down Heroes Act is more than a trillion dollars less than the original bill passed by the House last Spring Heroes Act. 2.0 also includes a key provision backed by President Trump and his GOP allies $25 billion to stave off thousands of layoffs that passenger airlines as well as $3 billion for airline contractors. Still to come. Hear what video of the moments after the Briana Taylor shooting reveal it's 5 37 burn your business degree or certificate online from a respected state.
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"Moving Hurricane Sally right now making its way through the Gulf of Mexico. Winds are dying down, but it could still bring some record setting rainfall. The state's on the Gulf Coast after a covert cluster springs up on campus knew reports show students are still throwing parties over Boston College. In time it 11 16 in Boston police trying to figure out what happened yesterday after a woman was found dead in the elevator at an apartment building in Allston thirties there, hoping surveillance video will provide some answers after finding the victim's body inside the elevator on the first floor of this five story rowhouse on Commonwealth Avenue. This man lives on the fourth floor and says the elevator is unusual. It does feel a little weird and kind of going up and down and maybe feel just may be a little insane because it feels old. At the same time, he wrote that very same elevator this morning and called it reliable. He also gives a passing grade to the folks who maintain the building. So the our landlord, it's pretty responsive and Yeah. I mean, everything else seems, seems fine. The owners here in Allston say they have no comment at this time, according to one of their employees, who said This is a very tough day in Austin, Chris Vomit W. B Z Boston's news radio and that 11 17 this hour at the White House President Trump is hosting several leaders today from the Middle East. He's meeting with leaders of the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel at the White House, and after that, he'll join them on the South Lawn around noon, presiding over what's been called the Abraham Accords, hundreds looking honest, those air signed CBS is Stephen Portnoy has more on these new agreements set to normalize relations between those countries that the first such agreements in more than two decades. This is certainly a big diplomatic achievement for the Trump administration. But will Todman at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says he wouldn't call them peace deals. No conflicts are going to end as a result of this, joining Egypt and Jordan in the Arab world. The USA in Bahrain now both agreed to recognize Israel. President Trump says pressure will be on the Palestinians to strike their own deal. So far, Palestinian leaders have called the Abraham Accords a betrayal. Stephen Portnoy CBS News After this, the president is getting on Air Force one heading out to Philadelphia tonight. He's taking part in a town hall at the city's National Constitutional Center. Hearing from voters now comes to his challenger, Joe Biden today, he said to campaign in Florida. Holding a roundtable with veterans before attending a Hispanic Heritage Month event. Let's get more on the appeal for the Hispanic vote from a B C's in Esta Loca, Terra president facing fresh criticism, holding his first indoor rally in Nevada this weekend in defiance of regulations, the city of Henderson now issuing a $3000 fine to the venue that hosted the event. It comes as Trump is intensifying his efforts to win over Latino voters blasting his Democratic opponent. I've achieved more for Hispanic Americans in 47 months then Joe Biden has achieved in 47 years show Biden firing back, but admitting his poll numbers could be higher with that demographic charges. Gotta go higher and as delicate Terra ABC NEWS Washington 11 19, a town clerk, and Franklin is out after back on Primary day, thousands of mail in ballots went uncounted. W. B C's Mike Macklin reports, state election officials had to step in and assured voters the mistake will not happen again. Come November. The clerk made a decision to resign obviously was a very difficult situation. We got down there in the primary, Secretary of State William Galvin says. Franklin's town clerk resigned after it was determined. Some 3000 mail in ballots went uncounted on primary night. Galvin says his office stepped in to secure the uncounted ballots and add them to the primary vote tally, but there was no change in the outcome. Many races, including the hotly contested fourth Congressional district race that had nine Democratic and four Republican candidates on the ballot. The two leading candidates fourth Congressional District Democratic primary was satisfied with the result in the sense that they saw everything there was to be counted obviously was difficult for them to go away a couple additional days..
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"Close. So far. I talked to the secretary earlier or canvas indicated that Mr Hawkin Klaus based on the numbers that were submitted to us had we has a lead of about 1789 ballots, the ballots that were discovered in the towns of Franklin Wellesley and the city of Newton. Come to about 1400 ballots, so we calculated Mr Holcomb. Klaus presently has a lead of about 17 89. But we recognize that there's $1400. Olivia to be included The tabulation. Now both candidates again. J cocking claws and Jesse Marmol have put out statements tonight calling for all the votes to be counted. Secretary Galvin's office says this count will now be done tomorrow. Of course, W B C news radio following this every step of the way, and we'll keep you posted with the results at 60 to the president. Spending time today, Down south in North Carolina honoring World War two veterans with the speech in Wilmington, it is my tremendous honor standing in the shadow of the U. S s North Carolina as a thunderstorm eared President dubbed Wilmington, the nation's first World War two Heritage City. With this designation, we proudly declare that in America, we don't tear down the past. We celebrate our heroes. Mr. Trump accused violent mobs of trampling freedom lose. People know one thing, and that's strength. That's all they know. Strength. And we have strength. Stephen Portnoy, CBS NEWS Washington As for his challenger, he took questions today in Wilmington, Delaware, Joe Biden during that conference, saying, if he were in the Oval Office right now, he'd make sure schools all over the country. Had all the resource is they need to reopen, he says. The Trump Administration has offered nothing so far, but failure and delusion to President Trump. And his administration had done their jobs early on With this crisis, American schools would be open Be open safely. Biden setting out to Kenosha, Wisconsin, tomorrow, where he plans to meet with Jacob Lakes, father and other members of his family for traffic and weather together. It's been one of those days. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. I, Mike. Hi there, Nicole. You know, we're still looking at some pretty substantial delays south of the city. We start with e South out Expressway, which is actually better coming out of town. All the back up starts after squad, Um, Street and reaches right down to the green tree. Split about 20 minutes from the tunnel down, Teo Ah, Braintree. That's better than it was north bound. Not bad coming in. It's just slow. Passing over Neponset Circle. Now three south is, um stop and go coming out of Braintree again. Down George Derby Street. 24 South found is crawling from for 95 Way down past route. 44 rain and more brake lights down Pass through 1 40 95 south is packed up Well before rule 1 40 down past for 95 in Mansfield. Delays continue on the Cape roots sixties champ two miles Sandwich out into Barnstable with a crash cleanup going on route 1 49 Exit five downtown. The Tobin Bridge, Outbound is backed up and stored. All drive East is pretty slow. Coming into Lefferts Circle stays pretty slow like that. On the leverage up Brant, the lower deck of 90 three's wide open, All the airport tunnels are good. Now north of town. 1 28 North has some stop and go up past 93 in Woburn and then delays further up from 95 up into Danvers got word of a breakdown in a bad spot out by route 35. 93 North house Now good about 16 minutes. From this, they can bridge up to 1 28. Route One is clear. A past the Lynnfield Tunnel and the Mass. Pike's been good all afternoon miking with W. P. Z's traffic on.
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"Search test. There's a warning tonight from the Federal Reserve in a statement, the feds has the Corona virus pandemic will drag both the economy and hiring and months ahead. But they indicate plans to keep the benchmark short term interest rate near zero. While it says the economy has rebounded from the pandemics, initial impact in the spring, it warns ongoing pandemic will weigh heavily on economic activity, employment and inflation. The central bank says it will also continue to by about $120 billion in treasure. He and mortgage bonds every month, a move that's meant to spur borrowing and spending. A deal, in the meantime, is struck between federal and state leaders to reduce the presence of federal agents outside Portland, Oregon's US District courthouse. Oregon Governor Kate Brown says the phased withdrawal of federal officers will begin tomorrow She's agreed to station State troopers downtown, too, in the words of her statement, protect free speech and keep the peace. Acting Di HS secretary Chad Wolf welcomes the state assistance. But he says the federal agents will only leave when there's assurance that Oregon's authorities have secured the area around the federal courthouse. Stephen Portnoy reporting with CBS News. A second former police officer accused in George Floyd's death in Minnesota will ask a judge to dismiss charges of aiding and abetting an attorney for former officer to towel says the charges are not supported by probable cause Tau into other former Minneapolis officers are accused of not intervening when Derrick show, Vin pressed his knee on Floyd's neck for almost nine minutes. That includes Thomas Layne, who has said that he, too, will ask for the charges to be dismissed. New efforts to keep this from happening around here. The Montgomery County Council has enacted new legislation aimed at curbing police use of force. It requires the police chief to adopt a new policy that prohibits deadly force except as a last resort. Such a policy must also banned choke holds and hitting a restrained person and require an officer to stop another from using excessive force. It must also limit no knock warrants and ban shooting at moving cars. Still ahead tonight after sports traffic and weather what the big bosses from the tech companies heard on Capitol Hill tonight. Stay with us for your whole drive. Listen at home on Alexa, or, however you stream in the house hiring Khun B difficult, But if you're a company that's currently trying to hire you face new difficulties. Housing wire could relate..
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"Long as radio WFLA. see traffic problems call the injury firm of Abraham sending you to where traffic tip line Hillsborough eight six six five four five ninety five ninety five. near record heat and a high of ninety four under mostly sunny skies seventy nine degrees right now newsradio WFLA president trump look for a new national security adviser after firing John Bolton well known to cable news viewers as a foreign policy hawk John Bolton was brought in by president trump because he tired of the more conventional advice he was getting from HR McMaster but Bolton was a skeptic of the president's moves to engage Kim Jong hoon and more recently the Taliban this week sources close to bald made his opposition to camp David talks clear but press secretary Stephanie Grisham says that was not the breaking point she says it was many many issues Stephen Portnoy reporting there the president has gone through three national security advisers in less than three years in office senator Rick Scott wants to put colleges on the hook if their students don't pay back student loans if a student default on their federal loan the institution where they took classes should be responsible portion of that to fall that is one job that's one of Scott's proposal to bring down the cost of higher education he believes the policy would give colleges and incentive to put graduates on a successful career path so they can graduate and pay all of their loan debt Clearwater police say a construction accident left a man dead yesterday this yep back co struck a worker at the side of a new townhome development on Virginia Avenue we're coming up on nine oh four it is radio WFLA weather's now do you feel like cursory shopping is always on your to do list not anymore but legal home delivery you can freeze your schedule by spending less time shopping and more time doing well whatever it is you rather.
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"Stephen Portnoy over breakfast with the British prime minister who said he's more in favor of trade peace than a trade war president trump was asked if he had any second thoughts about the Terence he's imposed on Chinese imports yeah sure one I might as well might as well asked again Mr trump said he always has second thoughts but a spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham claimed her bosses answer had been greatly misinterpreted Mr trump's only regret she claims not raising the tariffs higher Stephen Portnoy's CBS news of the G. seven summit in France so the trade battle with China's casting a cloud over the economy here at home a majority of Americans feels that the American consumer will end up paying for these tariffs and the president gets lower marks on handling trade policy with China then he does for handling the economy overall CBS news director of surveys Anthony Salvado says new polling indicates thirty eight percent are optimistic thirty five percent are pessimistic about the economy a former Illinois congressman is now a conservative talk show host will challenge president trump for the Republican presidential nomination Joe Walsh is critical of the president for months calling him a bully who is unfit for office he was on ABC's this week I'm gonna do whatever I can I don't want him to win the country cannot afford to have him win if I'm not successful I'm not voting form former Massachusetts governor William weld is also seeking the GOP nomination a new round of violent protests today in Hong Kong BBC reporter Stephen McDonell in the thick of it as demonstrators mixed up with police surveying.
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"Voting with their majority to officially condemned the tweets from president trump concerning for Congress woman saying those comments legitimize fear and hatred of immigrants and people of color A. B. C.'s merry Bruce has more this was an extremely rare rebuke and quite a scene here on the house floor a rockets fight exposed goes deep partisan divides here on the hill as Democrats voted to send a clear message to the president about those racist tweets and Republicans overwhelmingly voted to defend him man that is ABC's merry Bruce reporting in one day after that vote a Texas congressman is saying he wants to move forward with the vote today on impeaching the president CBS's Stephen Portnoy has more from Washington the impeachment resolution is not likely to pass house speaker Nancy Pelosi says she's against it but Texas Democrat Al Green will force the issue bringing to the floor a privileged resolution that requires the house to take some kind of action it's possible the house will vote to table the measure or kick it to committee but a vote will put every member of the house on the record green says Mr trump's recent tweets are evidence of bigotry that constitutes an impeachable hi misdemeanor plan that is CBS is Stephen Portnoy reporting at two thirty seven well today the Senate homeland security and governmental affairs committee looking at the issues with migrants on the southern border and also listening to recommendations from the homeland security Advisory Council former D. E. A. administrator Karen Tandy chairs the customs and border protection families and children care panel our national security has been endangered with as many at any given time as many of four out of ten border patrol agents who are no longer performing their border law enforcement mission they are instead of doing the things they were not trained to do which is providing humanitarian relief to the best of their capacity I am this comes amid criticism of how detention centers are being handled.
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"I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House where the president signals his tacit approval of the McConnell Schumer talks while remaining noncommittal the agreement is I mean, yeah. But if they come to a reasonable agreement, I would support it. Mr. Trump says he won't be happy. If a deal doesn't include wall funding spokeswoman earlier said it must include a large down payment. He added this. I have other alternatives. If I have to use those alternatives have to for weeks. Mister, Trump has suggested he might declare a national emergency have the military build the wall with an obligated funds commerce secretary Wilbur Ross says he doesn't see why federal workers about to miss their second paycheck. Can't just take out loans. Telling CNBC mister secretary their reports that there are some federal workers who are going to homeless shelters. Well, I know they are. And I don't really quite understand. Why Sarah Nelson president of the association of flight attendants explains? Transportation security officers are reporting there sleeping in their cars now because they don't have anywhere else to sleep because they can't even afford to put gas in the car to get back and forth to the airport. The federal law enforcement officers are calling it a dire situation saying workers are being put in a perilous position. President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen has been subpoenaed by the Senate committee this day after he postponed his public testimony to a White House committee CBS's Paula Reid. Sources confirmed to us at the subpoena is to appear before the Senate intelligence committee in a close setting. So this would not be like the hearing that yesterday he asked to postpones to be publicly televised and was expected to be a blockbuster. Cohen's lawyers say he will comply with the house committee state investigators in California say the electric company there did not cause a two thousand seventeen wildfire that killed twenty two people. The Blazon northern California wine country was caused by a private electrical system. California governor Gavin Newsom as it relates to the issue of the twenty two lives lost fifty six hundred plus structures that were impacted and he was found not liable in that instance, police haven't found a motive yet for a man who fatally shot five women in a small town, Florida Bank. Tim Williams lost sister-in-law Anna in the shooting that the SunTrust and see bring we're determined to let on his memory be marked by the life. She lived the people she loved and the different. She made police say they think the attack was a random act. The Dow dropped twenty two points today. The NASDAQ rose forty seven and the s&p went.