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Trump Ushered From Briefing After Reports of Secret Service Shooting Near White House
"Service says it was involved in a shooting outside the White House complex, prompting a lock down inside President Trump was whisked away from the briefing room. Shooting Shooting outside outside the the gates gates led led to to a a locked locked down down and and the the president president being being taken taken away away from from the the briefing briefing room. room. He He returned returned nine nine minutes minutes later. later. It It seems seems that that the the person person was was Was Was shot. shot. By By Secret Secret Service. Service. Mr Mr Trump Trump was was asked asked if if the the person person was was targeting targeting him. him. He He said said he he didn't didn't know know he he was was also also asked asked if if the the incident incident rattled rattled him. him. Do I seem rattled? It's unfortunate that this is A world but the world's always been a dangerous place. Stephen Portnoy CBS News about
Trump's executive orders on COVID-19 relief
"Corona virus cases worldwide have now topped the 20 million mark. And in this country, a covert 19 relief deal remain stalled. A CBS is Stephen Portnoy reports. There's still plenty of controversy over the president's executive orders. As experts question the practicality of the president's newly signed orders. Mr Trump is embracing Republicans who've praised him and lashing out at one who called his actions unconstitutional. Slop. President says Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse has quote gone Rogue again. Executive actions aimed at extending unemployment benefits and cutting payroll taxes are loaded with caveats, which Dan to substantially limit their reach and
Trump calls for college football season to go forward
"Several conferences already postponing their season's college football could be the next sport fall because the pandemic I'm Stephen Portnoy, the president pushes back on the college football conferences. Retweeting Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence's post with the hashtag. We want to play. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says. Mr Trump wants college athletes to be ableto live out their dreams. She offers. No advice is now the players or their coaches could do so without increasing the risk of spread. Heavy
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Stephen Portnoy with more details. President traveled across 17th Street from the White House to the national headquarters of the American Red Cross. It's actually marking there. He met with a Red Cross worker whose fur covered from covert and is now donating antibody. Rich plasma. Mr. Trump called on others to follow suit. If you donate it would be a terrific thing. We really need donations of the plasma president wore a mask as he visited with the plasma donor. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington a spike in Cove in cases on Nantucket that forces Island officials to do what they don't want to do. The Board of Health and the Select Board, ordering all restaurants to close early and stop serving alcohol even earlier. The new rules will begin today, and it couldn't come at a worse time during peak summer travel season infections number in the dozens on Nantucket, but over the past week, that's a nearly 30% increase in the number of cases. China is accused of spying on a local biotech company working on a Corona virus. Vaccine. Details from W. B C. Sherry small Cambridge based biotech company Moderna that's working on a promising corona virus vaccine is the target of a hacking by the Chinese government. Moderna says the FBI alerted the company to the suspected information stealing activities. Moderna has developed one of the most advanced Corona virus vaccines that exists it's now in the last stage. Phase three trials. If successful, the next step is final approval for widespread use. Just last week, the Justice Department indicted two Chinese nationals accused of spying on the U. S, including spying on three companies doing Corona virus research. Harry Small W B Z Boston's NewsRadio and it's 8 38 Let's check in on Wall Street this morning where it appears that Americans are spending some money we check in with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, thank you, Jeff consumers. Pending For the month of June. Just out, it shot up 5.6% a lot of pent up demand as Americans went on a buying spree when stores began to really open. Meantime, average income's in June actually declined over 1%. Both Exxon Mobil and Chevron posting their biggest losses in decades. Last quarter that's on the plunge in oil prices and demand Tao Exxon Mobil says it wants to cut costs even further, that may mean cutting jobs. I will hit the energy sector pretty hard today. But Tech stocks are ready to rally Thank the blowout earnings from Apple, Amazon and Facebook late Thursday, down futures up 33 NASDAQ futures now at 127 time, Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on W. B. C. Boston's news radio trader Joe's answering to some branding criticism that stories on the way keep it Here. It's 8 38 The state is opening on Massachusetts begins.
Trump suggests delaying election over vote-by-mail claims
"President Trump continues to rally against the widespread use of mail in voting for the upcoming presidential election come November, he says it will result in the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history. And now the president is publicly questioning whether the presidential election should be delayed. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy with his story, taking his crusade against mail in voting to a new level, the president suggests in a tweet that the election should be delayed until quote people can properly securely and safely vote. Since 18 48. The presidential election has been held the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, and experts insist it would take an act of Congress to change that. Critics quickly pointed to Mr Trump's tweet as another example of the president, flouting American norms, traditions and laws. The president does not have the power to change the date of the election. Only Congress. Khun do that. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell earlier this afternoon, rejected that idea outright. McConnell telling a Kentucky radio station, the date of the election will not change.
Trump says he didn't bring up bounties against US troops in recent call with Putin
"Trump's acknowledged he's been in touch with Russia's leader, but is not brought up the reports that Moscow may have had a hand in trying to spark Taliban attacks on Americans in Afghanistan. The president says he didn't bring the matter to Vladimir Putin's attention because he simply doesn't believe that Russia offered bounties. If it were true, I'd be very angry about it. President spokesman Man has sided dissenting views within the intelligence community, suggesting that many analysts believe the reporting is true. When asked by Axios why he didn't press the matter with Putin. Mr. Trump pointed to the losses the Soviets suffered in Afghanistan in the 19 eighties. Well, we saw a light weapons when they were fighting Russia to Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington In
President Trump's national security adviser, Robert O'Brien, tests positive for coronavirus
"House confirms national security adviser Robert O'Brien has tested positive for the Corona virus correspondent Stephen Portnoy. It's not clear how or when he was infected, nor is it known when he was last around President Trump. I've spent the last three days in Bedminster, New Jersey, before arriving back in Washington last night. The White House says O'Brien has mild symptoms and is working from a secure location off site.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Stephen Portnoy, the body of the late congressman and civil rights icon, has made its final crossing over the Alabama River on a horse drawn Kasan across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma. Rose petals were strewn across the road, symbolizing the blood of marchers spilled there in 1965. It was on that bridge that state troopers went after Lewis and others. The irony wasn't lost on Alabama Congresswoman Terri Sewell is poetic justice that this time Alabama state troopers will see John to his safety. CBS's Bob Schieffer. He was the first person hit He went down. He was badly beaten. He lost all memory. He told me I thought I had died on that bridge. Next stop for John Lewis's body. Montgomery, Alabama. Steve Futterman, CBS News Still to come. It was the 60th day of racial protests in Oregon's biggest city at 12 02 It's time for traffic in weather on twos. Well, right now we're looking pretty good on our major roadways throughout the Delaware Valley. We do have a disabled vehicle on the Blue ridge for 76. South bound coming up on 95. It's blocking the right lane. Watch out for that. Rest of 4 76 is in good shape, and so is the pay Turnpike. Northeast extension out on 95 running between the Delaware State line and Bucks County. Things were looking pretty good and through center city on the Vine Street Expressway, 6 76 We're moving along just fine between 95 the scoop. Now in South Jersey, 42 to 95 55 70 and 73,000. Any backups, But we do have a knack Sid. It's being cleaned up on the 42 freeway South bound, coming away from 55 On the right shoulder again, not affecting traffic, A C expressway in the Garden State Parkway or looking good. If you're heading back from the Jersey Shore, and are Delaware River Bridges are in pretty good shape across the board, not seeing any problems on the Ben Franklin. Or the wall within bridge. Mass transit is running on or close to schedule. Your next traffic report is coming up in less than 10 minutes from the cable W 24 hour traffic center. I'm P and Arado Now, the five day forecast, here's NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Steve saw stuff overnight. Look for mainly clear and warm weather. We're.
Trump Signs Executive Orders Aimed at Reducing Drug Prices
"Drug markets signing orders aimed at sharply reducing drug prices. The president says his executive orders would allow wholesalers to import drugs from Canada. Forced pharmaceutical middlemen to pass their discounts on to consumers and permit Medicare to pay the same lower drug prices that other countries pay its massive, But business interests say it amounts to illegal price fixing. Acknowledging the pushback Mr Trump says he'll have drug makers in for a meeting on Tuesday. He says he'll use his executive orders as leverage to negotiate for lower Medicare costs. Stephen Portnoy, CBS NEWS Washington,
Portland mayor tear-gassed by federal agents at protest
"Mayor of Portland, Oregon, Ted Wheeler among the protesters. Tear gassed by federal agents last night I'm Stephen Portnoy as the president talks of sending great force into cities. The man overseeing the federal guards in Portland. Draws a distinction. Portland is unique. Acting DI HS secretary Chad Wolf tells CBS News. The camouflaged agents in that city are merely protecting Portland's federal courthouse. Wolf insists Operation legend The surge of federal agents to Chicago Kansas City in Albuquerque will have more run of the mill targets Gang's drug dealers in the light. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she'll sue if they go beyond
Trump concedes pandemic to 'get worse before it gets better'
"Once predicting the Corona virus would fade away. President Trump is singing a different tune on the health crisis as he restarts coded briefings. CBS is Stephen Portnoy reports, the president appeared at the podium solo works is right outside. Mr. Trump made no announcements at the brief news conference, But he acknowledged the rise in cases it will probably, unfortunately, get worse before it gets better. He urged young Americans to avoid crowded bars. Endorsed the use of masks have the mask right here carried and I will use it gladly, and he strongly backed social distancing me is common sense. I'd like to say maybe making a little bit further, a far cry from a month ago when he openly wished for packed rallies. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington
Russian hackers accused of targeting coronavirus vaccine developers
"British intelligence says a group of hackers linked to the Russian government is trying to steal information on a Corona virus vaccine here. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy in a statement referencing agreement between the U. K, U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine, the apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property. The method
'Science should not stand in the way' of schools reopening, White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany says
"Schools to re open in the fall Today, the press secretary appeared to suggest Attend each and every day at their school. The science should not stand in the way of this. Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany went on to say that the science is on the side of schools re opening. We encourage her localities and states to just simply follow the science open our schools, putting aside fears expressed by teachers unions on behalf of faculty and staff. The White House argues Children are less likely than adults to spread Cove it. 19 Stephen Portnoy CBS NEWS
Coronavirus: Russian spies target Covid-19 vaccine research
"At Russia accused today of trying to steal Cove it 19 Vaccine data. CBS to Stephen Portnoy, The Russian hacking group is known as a PT 29 though they're also called the Dukes and cozy Bear. In a statement referencing agreement between the U. K U. S and Canada. British intelligence officials accused the Russian group of targeting organizations working to develop a covert vaccine. The apparent intent to steal information and intellectual property, the method, malware Target and
Trump, Barr: Feds to seek death penalty in killing of 2 Brentwood teens
"General William Barr announced today that the federal government may intervene to curb gang violence. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joins us now to talk a little more about this. Now. What spurred this announcement by Linda Will. The president says that what he sees going on in many countries, many, many cities reminds him of what goes on in other countries. He says that certain cities are so violent they're like war zones. Oh, and he announced that he's going to be having a news conference of sorts, some kind of press event. He often describes them his news conferences even when they're just in opportunity for reporters to hear him speak. Hey says he's going to be talking about some of these cities were the as he puts it, The Democrats have lost control. And he pointed specifically to Chicago, where he is twice this week, said that city leaders have failed. You ask him for assistance. He referred to the 18 people who died in shootings last week. And he said, quote we're not gonna put up with that yesterday in the Rose Garden as he spoke for nearly an hour, the president said that the FBI, Homeland Security and the National Guard Are quote ready to go. But he laments and complains that local officials have not asked for it. But he suggested that we're not going to put up with the violence going on in the streets over the course of his presidency, has talked about the idea of sending federal authorities into Essentially police the streets of cities where violence is ramped up, and he's referred to Chicago a couple of times in this regard. So be interesting to see what announcement the president might make, he says. Again. The FBI and Homeland security are ready to go. Definitely what I was going to say. Linda's separately, The president announced through the attorney general today that the Justice Department's going to seek the death penalty in a case on Long Island back in September of 2016 2 high school students in Brentwood. Were killed. And the accused murderer is a member of M s 13. Alexey Sainz. I think I hope I'm saying that right? Maybe it's signs. But he faces multiple murder charges in federal court and today Attorney General Bar announced that the Justice Department will seek the death penalty. The president said. Quote. We think the monsters who murdered Children should be put to death. And is there any indication on what exactly he's planning to do? Well, it's hard to know you, the president was asked whether there will be some kind of federal intervention, and he said, Well, I'll save it for next week. In other words, It's CBS News. White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy joining us
Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Back in Federal Prison, After New York Jaunts
"Michael Cohen, has been returned to federal president CBS is Stephen Portnoy with more in a statement, the Bureau of Prisons says Michael Cohen refused the conditions of his home confinement going was recently spotted at a Manhattan restaurant. But his attorney says prison officials also demanded that Cohen refrain from contacting news organizations or posting on social media. CBS News
Ex-Trump Lawyer Michael Cohen Back in Federal Prison After Being Spotted At New York Restaurants
"Former Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen, has been returned to federal president CBS is Stephen Portnoy with more in a statement, the Bureau of Prisons says Michael Cohen refused the conditions of his home confinement going was recently spotted at a Manhattan restaurant. But his attorney says prison officials also demanded that Cohen refrain from contacting news organizations or
Supreme Court says New York prosecutor may pursue Trump’s financial records, denies Congress access for now
"Day of a U. S. Supreme Court for two cases involving President Trump's financial records. CBS is Stephen Portnoy in the case involving New York prosecutors in their efforts to obtain the president's business records. The court flatly rejected Mr Trump's arguments. That as president, he is absolutely immune from local grand jury subpoenas. Chief Justice John Roberts. His opinion also says the president can't demand that state prosecutors demonstrate a heightened need for his records. The case has been sent back to a lower court where the president might make other arguments. Separately, the justices rejected an effort by House Democrats to issue their own subpoena for the tax records. In that case, the court sided with the president, ruling that Congress's approach aggravated the separation of powers if it were to stand Roberts. His opinion says Congress could quote a grand eyes itself with the president's expense. Just is the framers feared,
Prosecutors can see Trump taxes, Supreme Court says
"7 30 decisions from the Supreme Court on the president's financial records. Their records were held by the president's longtime accounting firm. Said it would comply with the court order. The court order basically goes to the New York State case involved, looking at some payments, ah, that the president's organization made. When it comes to the Congress. They don't get the records just yet. We're going to get the very latest on this now. Our in depth team coverage at 7 31 CBS News Special Report. The Supreme Court has just ruled against the president in his bid to keep his financial records private as part of a criminal investigation that includes hush money payments to women who claim affairs with Mr Trump White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. This is a significant defeat for the president. The justices ruled 70 to that New York prosecutors can subpoena Mr Trump's business records. A majority opinion was written by Chief Justice John Roberts, who says the president is quote neither absolutely immune from state criminal subpoenas seeking his private papers, nor entitled to a heightened standard of knee. In a second ruling, the Supreme Court will not allow Democratic led congressional committees to get ahold of the president's financial records. It sent that case back to the lower court's. Unlike past presidents, Mr Trump has steadfastly refused to release details of his finances or taxes. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, 7
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM
"This is the CBS World News Round Up late edition on that Piper in New York. The United States crossed the three million mark today for Corona virus cases. All while the question lingers on whether or not to send kids back to school once summer is over, stay Shea Allen is a parent in Gilbert, Arizona. So scared of making the wrong decision. But I think that there is no Right decision. I don't think that there's a 100%. This is the right decision. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy. The president calls the CDC guidelines too tough, too expensive and too impractical for schools. He doesn't want these guidelines to be a reason for schools to not reopen. Press Secretary Kayleigh Mcenany cites one in particular have Children bring their own meals as feasible. There are 22 million Children in this country who depend on these meals at school's administration says the CDC will now issue new guidelines for schools next week. Stephen Portnoy CBS NEWS Washington In the last two days, the Health Department in Tulsa, Oklahoma, has recorded 500 new cases. The director says the president's rally there a week and 1/2 ago, quote likely contributed to the uptick. CBS News military consultant Jeff McCausland says Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Veneman, who was a key witness in the impeachment in Korean to President Trump is retiring. It appears them is decision to retire was based in part on his frustration. And he would be unable to serve in positions that called for his particular expertise on Eurasian affairs. In the aftermath of the Supreme Court, upholding Trump Administration rules that say some employers can refuse to offer free birth control. Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson, the court held that, in fact, the Trump administration could have thes regulations. That exempted employers who had moral or religious objections to the requirement under the Obama care, Affordable Care act requirement that there be contraceptive care for the employees due to the pandemic. It's now confirmed that furlough warnings went out to 36,000 United Airlines employees, CBS's Chris van Cleve..
Trump says he will pressure states to reopen schools in fall
"19 cases surging Should schools we open in the coming months. President Trump today said Yes. So what we want to do is we want to get our school's open. We want to get him open. Quickly beautifully in the fall. Morpher MME. CBS news correspondent Stephen Portnoy in urging schools to reopen the White House stresses the social and emotional impact of keeping kids at home. The CDC is expected to offer best practices to reduce the chances of covert spread. What's less clear is what advice the administration would give two teachers who might be uniquely vulnerable if they're exposed to the virus. President Trump has suggested older teachers should continue to stay away from school. Florida is
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"As correspondent Stephen Portnoy aides to the president are confident the hearings have yet to do anything that would damage the president's standing with his base one describes the Democrats theory of the case as a spider web too difficult for the public to grasp that said the president's advisers are taking a wait and see approach to this week's testimony and well after all feature first hand accounts from men and women who were on the Ukraine call and in direct conversation with Mr trump himself a child sex victim is filing a lawsuit against the estate a convicted sex offender Jeffrey up steam the victim calls herself Jane doe she alleges esteem quote preyed upon her traffic her and sexually abused her she spoke publicly Monday for the first time I've seen my sexual innocence in front of a wall of framed photographs of him shaking hands and smiling celebrities and political leaders I was only fifteen years old in Santa Clara county in northern California a prosecutor is under scrutiny for using his thirteen year old daughter as bait to lure a man she said had already molested her back to the spot where it allegedly happened KPIX TV reporter Devin feeling according to the police report the victim's father had his thirteen year old daughter walk along the elementals creek trail and self centered say until she made contact with the suspect well her father a prosecutor with the D. A.'s office waited nearby ready to record whatever happened next investigators say the victim's father recorded the suspect what is all around the thirteen year olds wakes tried to kiss her then grab and pull it back onto a park bench the trump administration Monday change years of US policy saying it now doesn't consider Israeli settlements in the west bank to be against international law some seven hundred thousand Israelis live in settlements and territories the Palestinians hope will be part of a future state the move is seen as beneficial to Benjamin Netanyahu was trying to put together a political coalition to again be prime minister meanwhile in the Golan Heights early Tuesday sirens blared Israel says it shut down for rockets that were shot from Syria toward Israel the side of the latest protests in Hong Kong a university the BBC's Andrew would stand off seems to these debates we're talking about several hundred protesters have left for the still reckoned to be a hard core who have remained inside the polytechnic university the chief executive of Hong Kong Carrie lam spoke and she said she wanted to see a peaceful solution to the standoff she did say she was worried that the polytechnic university have become basically a weapons factory for things like a petrol bombs and so this is CBS news did you know 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 okay from the start astro Terry how fast to leave our nearer apples spare give the man that he still prefer broccoli blueberries blackberries cranberries we make Texas super food from fifty five raw vine ripened fruits and vegetables and then we add nothing finance we.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"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.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Stephen Portnoy's CBS news Washington it's no secret last month was a hot one for a large part of the country this so how does it right now I do not like the heat at all well now it's official it wasn't just hot in the U. S. but all around the world knows Dick aren't July was the warmest July on record and not just on land but also on see the ocean was the warmest on record for July at about one and a half degrees Fahrenheit about the twentieth century average is not just the warmest July departure from average is the sixth largest departure from average for any month on record and the ten largest of these monthly anomalies of all occurred since September of two thousand fifteen aren't expensive and this year is done it will rank high in the record books it is virtually certain that we will have a top five warmest year on record that's most likely to fall somewhere between second and fourth warmest by the time the analysis is done at the end of the year meantime satellite data show polar ice shrank to historic lows in both the arctic and Antarctic Antarctica on Wall Street the Dow gained ninety nine to twenty five thousand five seventy nine the nasdaq was down seven now this dell small business technology advisors offer advice one on one partnerships in Taylor Texas Lucien's like computers with Intel core processors Colin adviser today at eight seven seven by dell the final sale price radio dot com welcomes walk off the earth to the Budweiser concert Saturday September seventh two Gallagher way right next to Wrigley Field tickets to see these Canadian YouTube sensations perform live on sale now again with her way dot com funny I switch the family to boost mobile and we got so much more like what well we got for free LG stylo five phones four lines for a hundred dollars a month I smashed up the car and unlimited kicks wait did you say you smashed up the car yes it's completely smashed but for free phones switch to boost to get four lines for one hundred dollars a month for free phones.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"I'm Stephen Portnoy. Live in Seoul, South Korea were in about an hour. Donald Trump intends to become the first US president to meet a North Korean leader at the demilitarized zone between north and south moments ago at the presidential Blue House here in Seoul, Mr. Trump said of the planning counter, what we're doing today's step and probably. It's a step in the right direction. The president has said it would be little more than a handshake, with Kim, but pointing to the relationship he says he has with the North Korean leader. He says handshakes can mean a lot, Mr. Trump said yesterday, he'd be very comfortable stepping across with him into. That would be a dramatic picture. Indeed. But he bristles at the notion that this would be just a photo op or that Kim is undeserving of such a moment with denuclearization. Talks stall. We are so far advanced from where we were two and a half years ago that it's always insulting. I'm Stephen Portnoy live in Seoul, South Korea. With more CBS news. Here's Tom Foty man on the aftermath of last month's municipal building shooting rampage. There are now calls to allow civilian city workers to be armed at work in Virginia's largest city, Virginia Beach city, engineer Vincent Smith started a petition calling for the city to allow civilian workers to carry a weapon at work. I see a program where employees are vetted through background checks psychological screening on a regular basis. The move is in the response to the may thirty first shooting in, which twelve people were killed in Virginia Beach municipal building Smith crossed paths with all of the victims on a nearly daily basis. Jim Crace CBS news, animal contact with suspected cause and the death of a small child sick. And by the E coli bacteria, apparently at the San Diego County fair. The two year old was hospitalized later died from complications three others got sick. Timothy. Analysts CEO in general manager of del mar fairgrounds. Fortunately, when you do a livestock are animals. There is a potential inherent risks animals do relieve themselves, E coli is in the feces, small children. Unfortunately, can step in and walk in it. So all animal areas of the fair are now closed. The San Diego. Fair itself is scheduled to remain open. Red Sox and Yankees play the second major league baseball game in England a few hours from now they played the first in a converted Olympic stadium on Saturday at fans from both Boston and New York on some locals Yankees. Yankees. The Yankees enjoyed it a lot. Thank you very much. They beat the socks in a seventeen thirteen slug fest, which does count in the standings. And the stats. We should note, like much of central and western Europe. It was hot in London, hotter, still in Paris, and Rome, this is CBS news, CBS News Radio. Is your home for breaking news with our team of reporters around the country and the world we give you the coverage you can trust..
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Stephen Portnoy live at the White House were moments ago. President Trump made this announcement in a short while I will sign a Bill to open our government for three weeks until February fifteenth the measure ending the shutdown expected to come up for a vote shortly in the Senate, and then in the house would not include money for a border wall. The president on this thirty fifth day of the shutdown. His finally accepting an offer the Democrats have been making since the funding lapse began to reopen agencies while talks on the wall continue conservative say, Mr. Trump has caved with nothing to show for it. The president said if Democrats don't read a fund the wall in three weeks, the government will either shut down on February fifteenth again or I will use the powers afforded to me under the laws and the constitution of the United States. To address this emergency. It's a suggestion. He'll declare a national emergency to build the wall. I'm Stephen Portnoy live at the White House now with more CBS news. Here's Jim shanavie. One of the things that may have prompted today's deal to reopen. The government a rash of sickout said to air traffic, control facilities and forced the FAA to throttle back flights through several eastern airports, including New York's busy LaGuardia CBS's. Kris van cleave blamed for taking off and landing. This whole time. Just at a slower rate than usual. You know, this is a real clear impact of the shutdown. We saw another impact of the shutdown today in Monroe Louisiana where an American Airlines like the Dallas was canceled because the TSA checkpoint didn't have enough people to open it. So there's no one to screen the passengers Trump confidante Roger stone arrested in a predawn raided the Florida home the result of a seven count indictment related to the Muller Russia probe in his activity surrounding that big WikiLeaks. Release stone told reporters it's all politically motivated. There.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Down. I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House where the president signals his tacit approval of the McConnell Schumer talks while remaining noncommittal went to federal 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. His spokeswoman earlier said it must include a large down payment. He added this. I have other alternatives. If I have to use those alternatives to for weeks. Mister, Trump has suggested he might declare a national emergency to 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 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. Not because they don't have anywhere else to sleep. But 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 us appendi- a Senate committee this day after he postponed his public testimony to a White House committee CBS is gonna read sources confirm to us that this 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 her postpones to be publicly televised and was expected to be a blockbuster. Coen's lawyers say he will comply with the house committee state investigators in California say the electric company there did not cause the 2017 wildfire that killed twenty two people the blaze. And 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 peaching. He was found not liable in that instance, police haven't found a motive yet for man who fatally shot five women in a small town, Florida Bank. Tim Williams lost his sister in law, Anna in the shooting that the SunTrust and 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 up three points. This is CBS news. Tonight. Catch new episodes of the big bang theory. Young Sheldon and mom, then don't miss the new comedy fam-, followed by Shomar more in swat tonight on CBS. I guys in one below at seven zero three I'm.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"I'm Stephen Portnoy at the White House where the president signals his tacit approval of the McConnell Schumer talks while remaining noncommittal 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. Have 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, and I don't really quite understand. Band wide. Sara Nelson president of the association of flight attendants explains transportation security officers reporting that they're sleeping in their cars. Not 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 is gonna read sources confirm to us at this subpoena is to appear before the Senate intelligence committee in a closed setting. So this would not be like the hearing that yesterday he asked to postpone publicly televised. And what's expected to be a blockbuster? Coen's lawyers say he will comply with the house committee state. Investigators in California say the electric company did not cause a 2017 seventeen wildfire that killed twenty two people the blazin 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.
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"Relief. I'm Stephen Portnoy, the dry, warm Santa Anna winds are blowing so fast down the mountains in southern California. That officials are warning people. There's no telling how fast the wildfires will move one of America's most experienced fire line. Reporters is Pt matriarch of our Los Angeles affiliate KNX thing. They're worried about are the halls that did not burn in the first three days of this fire. The fact that they've got a in here from embers from newly spotting fires going in there and then threatening homes again, that's the first concern. The second thing they're worried about is unpredictable wins. That will drive the flames to the south west, meaning Pepperdine university Malibu and further down to the south on that Pacific Palisades in the city and county of Los Angeles up in northern California. The deadly camp fire is said to be about twenty five percent contained more than two dozen wildfire deaths have been reported in the state. The western world. Join together in remembrance today on this one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War One. President Trump spoke in an American cemetery outside Paris honoring the service members buried there. It is our duty to preserve the civilization. They defended and to protect the peace. They so nobly gave their lives to secure one century ago. CBS's? Jim Krasula reports from Anderson South Carolina, where he says veterans joined together to raise each other's spirits. Many of the veterans who gather each week for donuts and coffee at an elks lodge in Anderson, South Carolina, say it's what they look forward to the most it just keeps me going, but we love each other. And that's one thing. I do push is low one veteran arrange the gatherings of those with a special bond after the Veterans Administration cancelled his PTSD support group. Jim Christina's CBS, news Anderson, South Carolina, Florida governor, Rick Scott, and that tight battle with democr-. Can come in. Senator Bill Nelson is taking new action in court this afternoon as a statewide machine recount continues. Scott wants a judge to order ballots and voting machines seized and secured when they are not in use Scott's campaign accuses democratic officials in Broward and Palm Beach counties of antics failures and willful disregard of the law. Scott was on Fox News Sunday Bill Nelson's a sore loser. He's been in politics way. Too long forty two years he just won't give up and he's saying if you're if you're not a citizen yard your vote art account. He saying that fraudulent ballots to count that's wrong. Top Senate democrat Chuck Schumer was on CNN. We believe that Bill Nelson will be reelected Senator of every vote is counted. And that's what Trump and Scott are. So scared.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Stephen Portnoy in Washington one hundred years ago today, the guns fell silent World War. One ended on November eleventh nineteen eighteen with the signing of the armistice between the allies and Germany today. President Trump spoke at an American cemetery on the outskirts of Paris here on the revered grounds of Saran American secretary lie more than one thousand five hundred US service members who made the ultimate sacrifice in the first World War. I'm Elaine carbon Paris. This is not been the most successful trip for President Trump. He prompted derision by suggesting other world leaders came to Paris because he would be there. He tweeted it was insulting his host president Macron suggested a European army to protect against China Russia and even the United States, but the most widespread criticism came after he dropped a visit to an American cemetery citing the. The weather. Other world leaders have no trouble getting out to remembrance ceremonies yesterday. Firefighters say they're making some progress containing the wildfires raging in the northern and southern portions of California CBS's Steve Futterman is monitoring the Wolsey fire in Malibu, the Santa Ana winds are back. We are told there will be gusts of up to sixty sixty five miles an hour. And that's really the worst thing for firefighters. As they try to make sure that these hotspots don't kick up again. There is five percent containment of the fiery doesn't sound like much, but it's a start and fire crews are prepared for a very difficult seventy two hours as the Santa Ana winds are expected to continue through Tuesday yesterday. President Trump tweeted he'd withhold federal funding if California can't get it's forest management under control. It's the federal government that owns most of the forests in California. The woman who would be house speaker tells CBS news Democrats will conduct responsible investigations of the president. We are not doing. Any investigation for a political purpose, but to seek the truth. So I think that you could describe about how Democrats will go forward in. This regard is they will be very strategic Nancy Pelosi on face the nation the machine recounts in to close Florida elections begin today. Governor Rick Scott in a tight contest to beat incumbent democratic Senator Ben Nelson was on Fox News Sunday. It's so frustrating when you see supervisor elections that violate the law. That's what not just what I'm saying. Which are saying, you know, we have a reason that we have party officials be able to review ballots. We have we have a reason that we report information so to prevent fraud. Republicans already accused.
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"I'm Stephen Portnoy in Washington, it was at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month that the war to end all wars ended today in France world leaders marked the one hundredth anniversary of the end of World War One. President Trump spoke at a ceremony in the banks of the Seine. We are gathered together at this hallowed resting place to pay tribute to the brave Americans who gave their last breath in that mighty struggle yesterday. Mr. Trump, skipped a similar ceremony. The White House said it was due to the rain other world leaders had no trouble heading out. Yesterday. Officials in California say at least twenty five have died in the wildfires raging across the state CBS newsman Steve Futterman is in Malibu. The winds will be strong again today. And that's the one thing firefighters wish they could change. The Santa Anas are back. We will see gusts are up to around sixty sixty five miles an hour. I won't be continuous. Fire crews are in place they've tried to establish perimeters to prevent the fire from expanding, but there's only so much. They can do most of the tiny northern California town of paradise looks like a moonscape Democrats continue to call for the caretaker now sitting atop the department of Justice to step aside from his oversight of Robert Muller's Russia probe on Fox News Sunday. Trump aide Kellyanne Conway, defended the appointment of acting attorney general Matt Whitaker the other day. Mr. Trump said he didn't know Whitaker. The president's point is it's not like he's putting a friend in there who is known for his entire life. He's putting somebody who has been working at the department of Justice for thirteen months out in a very senior position as chief of staff. Attorney general sessions wants a US attorney in Iowa in his former role as a TV pundit Whitaker was openly critical of the Muller investigation and even the role of the courts in declaring certain acts unconstitutional. The woman who would be house speaker Nancy Pelosi told face the nation. Mr. Trump should not have put someone who wasn't. Senate confirmed in charge of the department. It does violence to the constitution. And the vision of our founders to appoint such a person in such a manner last night Saturday Night Live player Pete Davidson apologized on the air. And what I'm sure it was a huge shock for people. Who know me I made a poor choice last week. Comedian Davidson mocked the appearance of an Afghanistan war veteran who lost his eye in combat retired Lieutenant Commander, Dan Crenshaw, just elected as a Republican to congress slid up next to Davidson last night and accepted his apology, but not without getting a few digs in of his own. This is Pete Davidson, he looks like if the meth from breaking bad was a person. CBS news capitol one is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees are minimums that can be opened in.
"stephen portnoy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I'm Stephen Portnoy in Washington, it was at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month that the war to end all wars ended today in France world leaders marks the one hundred anniversary of the end of World War One. President Trump spoke at a ceremony in the banks of the Seine. We are gathered together at this hallowed resting place to pay tribute to the brave Americans who gave their last breath in that mighty struggle yesterday. Mr. Trump's skipped a similar ceremony. The White House said it was due to the rain other world leaders had no trouble heading out. Yesterday. Officials in California say at least twenty five have died in the wildfires raging across the state CBS newsman Steve Futterman is in Malibu. The winds will be strong again today. And that's the one thing firefighters wish they could change the Santanas are back. We will see gusts up to around sixty. Sixty five miles an hour. I won't be continuous fire. Crews are in place they've tried to establish perimeters to prevent the fire from expanding. But there's only so much. They can do most of the tiny northern California town of paradise looks like a moonscape Democrats continue to call for the caretaker now sitting atop the department of Justice to step aside from his oversight of Robert Muller's Russia probe on Fox News Sunday. Trump aide Kellyanne Conway, defended the appointment of acting attorney general Matt Whitaker the other day. Mr. Trump said he didn't know Whitaker president's point is it's not like he's putting a friend in there who is known for his entire life. He's putting somebody who has been working at the department of Justice for thirteen months out in a very senior position as chief of staff attorney general sessions. US attorney in Iowa in his former role as a TV pundit Whitaker was openly critical of the Muller investigation and even the role of the courts in declaring certain acts unconstitutional. The woman who would be house speaker Nancy Pelosi told face the nation. Mr. Trump should not have put someone who wasn't Senate confirmed in charge of the department. It does violence to the constitution. And the vision of our founders to appoint such a person in such a manner last night Saturday Night Live player Pete Davidson apologized on the air. And what I'm sure it was a huge shock for people. Who know me I made a poor choice last week. Comedian Davidson mocked the appearance of Afghanistan war veteran who lost his eye in combat retired Lieutenant Commander, Dan Crenshaw, just elected as a Republican to congress slid up next to Davidson last night and accepted his apology, but not without getting a few digs in of his own..
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"The face i'm stephen portnoy at the white house he killed my child hoping to shift the national conversation after a week of intense focus on his eero tolerance policy the president surrounded himself on a stage with relatives of those killed by legal immigrants these are the stories that democrats and people that are weak on immigration they don't want to discuss that don't wanna hear they don't wanna see they don't want to talk about in an earlier tweet he accused democrats have telling phony stories of sadness and grief hoping it will help them in the elections in new york city of federal court heard from the man charged with murdering eight people injuring many more with a truck wcbs tv reporter dana tyler saipa has pleaded not guilty to new charges of attempted murder they were just added to the original murder charges for the eight people killed in the attack saipa of spoke out in court saying a law and defending isis in downtown pittsburgh friday night there was another round of street protests of a fatal police shooting of a black teenager nearby suburban east pittsburgh most of the night it seem like a very peaceful crowd in fact they were determined to stay until the end of the pirates game because they definitely wanted to create a disturbance here they wanted to get attention for their issue police in riot gear were keeping a distance but we did not see any violence until this person tried to drive through the crowd literally drive through the people who decay atv reporter david hi field on tonight's held watch confirmation of a new kind of virus infection jason viruses spread by mosquitoes and up until now had never been seen in humans it was first discovered in the tampa bay area back in nineteen sixty four and was named after the location where it was discovered researchers say it had previously been discovered in animals symptoms include fever and rash and research suggests that the virus can infect brain cells and may pose a risk for brain infection similar to encephalitis the only way to protect yourself avoid mosquito bites sabrina cupet four cbs news atlanta police investigators will no longer be able to get phone company cell tower info on the movement of suspect or other people for that matter without a warrant that a five four decision by the us supreme court wall street closed higher dow up one hundred nineteen points smp up nasdaq down this is cbs news national mortgage lender quicken loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender mls number thirty thirty.
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"That i can play anywhere for anybody and he is going to make them better basketball players and ready for the nba you know listen next time we do this segment on reporters round up i want you to tell us how you really feel sure i think the celtics will probably win the more very good adam kaufman thanks well this is not a done deal but the us supreme court is allowing the trump administration to enforce a ban on travel to the us by residents of six mostly muslim countries as well as two others countries joining us from the white house now correspondent stephen portnoy at cbs correspondent stephen portnoy so is the trump administration calling this a victory stephen the trump administration is saying that the court has made the right decision what the court has decided to do is allow the travel ban to go into full effect while the appeals continue this is not the final word on this question but it certainly i allows the president to do what it is he wanted to do which is to stop people from eight countries six of the majority muslim countries from coming into the united states and what the supreme court his said is even if the people who are bringing these challenges have a case that they might win on the merits first of all there's no signal that that court is giving that they will win on the merits when it reaches a high court but there are also saying that uh the president should be allowed to uh implement this ban while those cases are proceeding through the lower courts we're talking about six countries that are majoritymuslim chad iran libya somalia sudan syria and yemen and to other countries north korea and venezuela but are not majority muslim and and this latest integration of the travel ban includes two countries that are not majoritymuslim that many legal experts believe that the because of that uh this particular travel ban order we'll have a better chance of being upheld and the courts will see steve even portnoy thank you you're listening good morning i'm josh kerns by her wbz nears while we're following we want information to information we have breaking news broadcast new amanda nunes is just into the wbz accuweather forecast traffic and weather together like i said what news the news watch never stops wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time twelve 53 subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes with jim ryan jeb are they brought to you by office depot office max.
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"Cbs news i'm stephen portnoy at the white house were last hour president trump put the world and iran on notice i am announcing today that we cannot and will not make this certification he's decertify find the iran nuclear deal struck by barack obama and other world leaders two years ago what is the purpose of a deal that at best only delays iran's nuclear capability for a short period of time the president says iran violated the spirit of the agreement but he's not killing in fact he's leaving it in place for now what's done none is done and that's why we are where we are in decertifying the deal the president is triggering a 60day period in which congress can fast track new sanctions he wants to build that holds out the threat of sanctions if iran's skirts the agreement and inches closer to nuclear capability he warns if congress doesn't act then the agreement will be terminated the top democrat on the house foreign affairs committee new york's eliot engel says the plan doesn't make sense he calls it a risky gamble cbs's elizabeth palmer is monitoring reaction in tehran president rohani's position all week hasbeen if the us decides not to to abide by the terms of the deal on it's and that's just going to damage american credibility internationally the white house has brought her goal is to show iran and the international community than american lawmakers are behind the president on s in wanting to see a new tougher nuclear deal i'm stephen portnoy at the white house now with more cbs news here's dave barrett the trump administration will no longer be making payments to ensures as was done under obamacare attorney general jeff sessions explained on fox is clear way believe that the appropriation must come from congress the president cannot do it a federal judge has already hell that that is the case two groups america's health insurance plans and the blue cross blue shield association issued a statement saying ending the subsidies will make it harder for patients to access care and they say this move will result in escalating costs with restricted choices cost of living allowance goes up by two percent next year that's roughly an additional twenty five dollars a month for it.