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"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:16 min | Last month

"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Our your home for original reporting. I'm Steve Cave and FEMA's getting involved now at the Southern border is the Biden administration is now dealing with 4200 unaccompanied Children in the U. S from Mexico White House correspondent We Did. Jang tells us many of apparently been held longer than they legally should be. By law. These kids are supposed to be transferred out of short term facilities. Within 72 hours. But lawyers for some of them tell CBS News that they were held for his long It's seven days that they were hungry and never saw the Sun major airlines indicated today bookings are rising and first quarter revenue numbers won't be as bad as first thought. But he s a says more than 1.3 Million people were screened at airports Friday and Sunday, best numbers since the start of the pandemic. It's tourist in Fort Myers, Florida says there's evidence a lot of people have been on the move could look at the beach and see how many people are here that it's clear that tourism is back up those resistance of the cove in 19 vaccines behind bars, CBS's Jim Priscilla says it's coming from the guards. Prison guards are refusing covert 19 vaccine said alarming levels. Infection rates in prisons are more than four times as high as in the general public of Florida Correctional Officer pulled his colleagues in a private Facebook group about whether they Get the vaccine if offered more than half responded. Quote Hell, no Oscar nominations out this morning as we hear from CBS is Wendy Gillette. Watch those stairs. It was bank for the most nominations of the day. 10, including best picture, Chadwick Boseman earned a posthumous nomination in the actor in a leading role category for his work and Ma Rainey's black bottom. This year's nominees are diverse and historic. For the first time. Two women are nominated for best director. Emerald fennel for promising young woman. My husband worked at the U. S. G. Mine and Chloe Zhao for Nomad Land. Beyonce won four Grammys last night on CBS. She has 28 all time. A new record for women. This is so overwhelming. I've been working my whole life since nine years old and I I can't believe this happened. This such a magical night. Thank you so much. Taylor Swift one for album of the Year, Billy. Delish one for record of the year. Denver is digging.

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"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:28 min | Last month

"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Steve Cave, and the House is poised to vote today on the $1.9 Trillion covert relief bill, Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole blasts a Democratic effort to use a procedural method to bypass the bipartisan support it would need to clear the Senate. There many problems with this massive bill, all of which could be resolved by an actual effort at bipartisan, legislating Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern. It is a life saving bill to get more vaccines into more communities. Safely reopen schools, foot direct assistance in people's pockets and help state and local governments on the front lines. A hike in the minimum wage is unlikely to be in the final version of the bill. FDA panel is considering the one shot Johnson and Johnson Cove it vaccine today. Emergency use authorization could mean millions of doses distributed next week. In Texas, there's a push to ease mask restrictions. But infectious disease expert Rodney Road at Texas State University says it's too soon even though case numbers and deaths have been dropping. We're still number two in the country as far as highest mortality. President Biden goes to Texas today to survey the scene. Through the storms of power outages in the water problems. The nephew of Gilbert Rivera, a mentally disabled man who died in his garage apartment in Houston, says the events have been heartbreaking and stunning. I don't think I would have ever thought anybody dying of hypothermia in Houston, Texas, Syria has condemned US airstrikes against militias backed by Iran in the eastern part of the country. CBS is Candy McCormick. This was carefully calibrated not to anger the Iraqis but to send Iran a message. The air strikes were carried out in eastern Syria targeting Iranian backed militias blamed for attacking U. S forces in Iraq. The strikes were limited in scope to avoid retaliation by Iran. This is an area where militias move across the border into Iraq, and it has also been struck by Israel. Correspondent Jim Chris Sula has a look at some new economic numbers. Today, U S household income jumped 10 per se. Said in January, thanks in large part to government stimulus payments, it was the second biggest monthly increase on record eclipsed only by last April's increase following the federal government's initial pandemic relief payments. Consumer spending rose 2.4% in January, the most in seven months. New York City's schools chancellor resigning today, Richard Carranza says he's lost 11 family members and friends to covet 19 and needs time to grieve..

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"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Steve Cave and President Biden want schools to reopen and the CDC is fashioning updated guidelines New York City announced today. Middle schools will reopen this month. But amid the hope and optimism is the reality that things might move in slow motion. It's probably not what most parents and their Children want to hear. But school leaders nationwide are planning for the possibility of more promote learning next fall. San Francisco parent Beth Kelly. I don't believe any kids. They're going to be back this spring. Most of us don't believe that they have a plan for the fall, either. A spokesman for the Durham North Carolina school, says he doubts cope in 19 will be gone by the start of another school year. Students in the district have not been in classrooms in nearly a year. Jim Krystle, a CBS News Greensboro, North Carolina, South Africa stopped the rollout of the AstraZeneca vaccine because it hasn't shown to be effective against the highly contagious variant. They're The good news, though, is that the vaccines that are Authorizing United States, which are the Madonna and the Visor. It's less effective against those particular variants. But it is still effective. And there's no reason to panic at this point Doctor on Elfenbein is a medical director here in the U. S will know before too long. If people follow the advice of experts and scrapped big Super Bowl parties, CBS is Dr David Vegas classically when there are these kind of spread or events, the spiking cases will come about two weeks or so later followed a week later by hospitalization, and a week later. Bye. Death. Texas Republican Congressman Ron Wright has died more than two weeks after getting Cove it He was 67. Tomorrow, The Senate begins the second impeachment trial of former president Trump Constitutional law expert Ilya Shapiro. Well, the impeachment managers called character witnesses. If you will, say Capitol police officers, Georgia officials who were pressured by President Trump because this is really not so much a factual dispute. We saw the facts play themselves out on our TV screen in a legal brief trump There is call for the case to be dismissed. A Montessori school in Utah has rescinded permission it gave to some families who asked to have their kids opt out of black history Month. Lessons like Scott is with the Black lives matter Group. It's just heartbreaking that anyone who runs the school would believe that it is acceptable in any way to try to ban talking about black history. Really. George Wallace built his political career as a segregationist segregation.

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Christopher Plummer, "Sound of Music" star, dies at 91

Rush Limbaugh

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Christopher Plummer, "Sound of Music" star, dies at 91

"Died. His talent agency says he passed away peacefully this morning at his home in Connecticut with his wife, Elaine Taylor, by his side. More in his life from CBS is Steve Caven, Christopher Plummer had complicated feelings about the film The sound of music in which he played Captain von Trapp. Father of the singing von traps. It turned him into an international star. Yet for years, he was critical of the musical. Describing his role as sentimental and gooey. The movie was There were too many nuns and it Plummer preferred character parts he portrayed 60 minutes journalist Mike Wallace in the Insider. You corporate lackey. Who told you your incompetent little fingers have the requisite skills to edit me and Sherlock Holmes in murder By decree, Watson, What are you doing? Steve Cave and CBS News. Christopher Plummer was 91 years old CBS NEWS Special

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"steve cave" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"steve cave" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Steve Cave and key case right now, before the U. S. Supreme Court the Trump administration's effort to exclude illegal immigrants from the census count. CBS is Steve Dorsey. Acting Solicitor General Jeffrey Wall argued the Trump Administration should be allowed to toss out census results from people it doesn't recognize is settled legal residents. The president has at least some discretion to determine that at least some illegal aliens. Black enduring ties to the states. The move could affect the Congressional representation states receive. New York Solicitor General Barbara Underwood is leading the states challenging the president's efforts. Millions of undocumented immigrants have lived here for decades and have substantial community ties. They're undocumented status doesn't erase their presence. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS Washington Corona virus vaccine Before Christmas, Health Secretary Alexey Czar tells CBS Liz Morning that is possible, with another major company, putting its vaccine now before government regulators. A week ago, Fizer submitted their application for emergency authorization. And then Madonna today is going to be submitting with Fizer. We at the FDA announced an advisory committee for December the 10th. And if everything is on track, everything proves out what it appears to be. We could be looking at approval within days after that. Madonna's basically one week behind that infectious disease expert, Dr William Schaffner says it'll be important to convince reluctant people about safety. Once vaccines are out there, I think when healthcare providers themselves, take the vaccine and tell their patients and the general public that they think its safe and effective They will be reassured. Women are getting more key roles in the evolving Joe Biden administration, as we hear from CBS is Stephen Portnoy. Former Federal Reserve chair. Janet Yellen would be the first female Treasury secretary if she's confirmed. New president might have a tougher time getting his designated budget chief through the Senate if it remains in Republican hands. Neera Tanden of former Hillary Clinton aide has spent the past several years is the head of a liberal think tank. And she's used her platform to rail against GOP senators whose votes she might soon need to leave the office of Management and Budget. The president elect, meantime, is on the mend. After fracturing his right foot over the weekend. CBS is Nicole Killian, the president.

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"steve cave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"steve cave" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Presidents of Dissipated in for decades. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Steve Cave. Terrific story out of Fall River this hour of fall River men and his girlfriend are facing charges after the death of the man's 14 year old son. Police say the couple neglected a child in their care. And that they found evidence of daily narcotics abuse. No word yet on how exactly their son David Almond 14 died. Girlfriend, Jacqueline Marie Coleman is also accused of destroying a cellphone and attacking a police offers officer that tried to stop her from doing that. All right. This story the battle against the wildfires out west right now. In Colorado firefighters. They're working on an area of a forest that's bigger than the entire state of Rhode Island. This woman could do little more than weep as she watched a wildfire rage near granted be Colorado's getting worse. Cindy Avery lost her dream home in what's become the biggest wildfire in Colorado history. This came so fast and the wind was so crazy 3000 firefighters are battling the massive blaze burning in north central Colorado in southern Wyoming. Give Krystle a CBS News cases of infection of covert on the rise in Revere, Carl Stephen says the mayor delivered a strong message to his community last night. We don't like to focus on the light at the end of the Corona virus Tunnel, But last night Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo reminded residents they are still very much in the tunnel are single day case counts.

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"steve cave" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"steve cave" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"I'm Steve Cave and Kamala Harris is off the campaign trail through the weekend, a precaution after two people close to her tested positive for covert 19. Communications director and a flight crew member. CBS's Ed O'Keefe says the campaign indicates Harris tested negative as recently as yesterday. She was supposed to go today to Asheville, North Carolina and Charlotte for events kicking off the Tar Heel state early voting, which begins today, big opportunity for her to go to a state where they believe they're going to do well. To help Dr interests and turn out as early voting begins. But that is off the table now in the campaign, says her campaign travel is postponed through Sunday In Washington, Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee made a move to try to stop the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney barrettes. The motion is not agreed to the business meeting will conclude the effort failed. Minnesota Democrat Amy Klobuchar should not be Donald Trump's judge. This is your country, I say to the American people, not Donald Trump's, and this should be your judge. The Judiciary Committee will vote on the nomination a week from today, The NFL says the Atlanta Falcons have shut down their practice facility after positive Covad tests of surfaced. Correspondent Chris Van Cleve tells us there's a new study about health safety on airliners. The researchers used a test dummy that simulates coughing to release 180 million particles in each test. That's the equivalent of thousands of coughs on board an airplane. If everyone on board the plane is wearing a mask, researchers found on average, only a tiny fraction of 1% of those particles made it to another passenger's breeding zone. California is being urged to conserve electricity. Today, 50,000 customers in the northern part of the state don't have power cut off because of high winds intentionally and rising wildfire fears in Sacramento of fire came this close to burning Ron Castro's house. This is.

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"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:19 min | 8 months ago

"steve cave" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"I'm Steve Cave, and President Trump says he's not sure he'll meet with the family of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. But he's headed there. After a week of violence touched off by Blake shooting by police. Hobie sees the truth. The reality of was really going on out here and not just what's going on in his in his head. Residents seem divided about his Visit. I think it shows that he cares about us. He cares about America cares about Kenosha and the devastation that we have faced here in the In the light of all of these riots, there was a demonstration in Los Angeles after a law enforcement shooting. Police say the man had a gun. The acting homeland Security chief warns feds could be sent to Portland to control violence there. McDonald's is facing a court battle with racial overtones in a new lawsuit, as we hear from CBS's Vicki Barker, the black former franchisees alleged decades of racial discrimination that saw them on Lee offered locations and low income black neighborhoods as well as other practices that they say drove hundreds of them out of the business. They're suing for a billion dollars McDonald's is saying See you in court. New York City will start school next week, but in person instructions been delayed. Mayor Bill de Blasio says teachers needs more days to prepare There were going allow preparation days for our educators and staff to get ready. Under these unprecedented circumstances, Bloomberg reports forward is cutting 1000 salary jobs. The company expects to report a full year operating loss for the first time in a decade. CBS is Alison Keys says Uber has a new face mask rule. If a driver reports that a rider wasn't wearing a mask, that person will be required to take a selfie wearing a face covering before they're allowed to take another override. The company knows the drivers are already asked to take a selfie showing their mouths and noses there covered before driving or delivering food. CBS's Naomi Rockem reports. Wal Mart is out with something akin to Amazon Prime. The service will feature discounts at the pump and unlimited freedom. Avery on orders of at least $35 members will also have access to the scan and go APP, which allows shoppers to bypass the checkout line. The service costs $98 a year. Brenda Lamberts, the top nominee for this year's Country Music Association awards. She has seven and is up for entertainer of the year. Liu Combs has six..

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"steve cave" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"steve cave" Discussed on WTOP

"I'm Steve Cave and indicted and under arrest. Former Trump aide Steve Bannon, The rumpled and outspoken strategist is charged with fleecing donors in an online fundraising effort to build a southern border wall. This reaches right into the inner circle in the Oval Office. Political scientist Larry Sabotage. This is a stunning development because Steve Bannon wasn't just any old aid to Donald Trump. He was his chief strategist during the election campaign of 2016 and then joined Trump in the White House. For the first time in a few weeks, there was an increase in the number of people filing for unemployment benefits, according to the government. Bankrate economist Mark Hamrick says the number is back above a million at more than one point. 1,000,001 really has to be disappointed to see this rebound and new claims for unemployment benefits, and this includes gains for several key hot spot states, including New York, New Jersey, Texas and Florida. California Senator Kamala Harris accepted the Democratic Party's nomination to be vice president and in her convention speech took aim at the incumbent Presidents. Corona Virus Response, Donald Trump's failure of leadership Has cost lives and livelihood, Airbnb says the party is over for renters looking toe live it up in the midst of a deadly pandemic. CBS's CAMI McCormick, the rental giant, has just announced a global ban on all parties and events and no more than 16. People can stay in one listing. The company had already begun imposing stricter limits and even removing its events friendly search filter. However, it says varying state mandates, which sometimes swung back and forth, led many people to take their bar and club behavior. Toe homes. Airbnb says it could take legal action against those who break these rules. Luck ran out for Karen Stickler and others who had to flee the wildfires in Northern California. I thought now we're gonna be right back. I realize.

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Biden will beat Trump, says historian who predicted every presidential race since 1984

WBZ Afternoon News

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Biden will beat Trump, says historian who predicted every presidential race since 1984

"Record Picking the winner of presidential elections makes his bed for this year's race. His name is Alan Lichtman, a professor at American University. Presidential elections Don't work the way we think they do. He has correctly predicted the outcome of every presidential election since 1984. It was one of the few in 2016 to predict a trump victory. Uses 13 key factors to come up with his determination. Most notably, it comes down to a referendum on the incumbent party sizing up all the information this year. Lichtman predicts a Joe Biden win in November 7 of the factors swing in his favour. Six Do for President Trump, Steve Cave and CBS News 308

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"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Steve cave and President Trump revved up his supporters and set a sharp tone for his reelection campaign. CBS's? Steven Portnoy traveled with the president to Michigan. The president insists he has been completely exonerated complete vindication in his rally here in Grand Rapids. He mocked Democrats for suggesting there might just be more to the story in the full Muller report. Mr. Trump went hard after the chairman of the house intelligence committee little pencil, neck, Adam Schiff, got the smallest finish neck. I've ever seen repeatedly said that the Democrats investigating him aren't sick. People. House speaker Pelosi stands by shift. Calling him a patriotic leader new rules from pope Francis. Call for Vatican personnel and church diplomats abroad to go to thirties immediately. When there's an accusation of sexual abuse. Tom Roberts is editor at large of the national Catholic. Reporter what he's doing is is not only setting a standard for the rest of the church with indefatigable itself. But he's. Rearranging and confronting what he's been doing for a long time. And that is the clerical culture and the way its use to acting and keeping secrets it's the first key step taken by the pope since last month's summit on sexual abuse. Well, something didn't smell right on a flight says we hear from CBS Bill Rakoff. United Airlines flight sixteen seventy five from Baltimore to San Francisco was diverted to Dulles International outside of Washington this morning after reports of a strange odor in the cabin aircraft. A Boeing seven thirty-seven landed at Dulles without incident, but seven passengers were taken to a local hospital to be evaluated. Well, it isn't history-making, but it is a spacewalk figured.

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"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'm Steve cave in a comment from President Trump accepting Kim Jong UN's assertion that. He was not aware of any mistreatment of American Otto warmbier has drawn more shop reaction CBS's Bill recall after saying that his friend Kim Jong UN had nothing to do with Otto warmbier death. President Trump was taken to task by warm beers. Parents in a statement, they said that Cameron is evil regime are responsible for the death of their son Kim and his evil regime are responsible for unimaginable. Cruelty and inhumanity, and they say, no excuses or lavish praise can change that white. House adviser Kellyanne Conway tells Fox News Mr. Trump does hold North Korea responsible for warm deaf. A house committee is set to launch a new investigation into the Trump White House. New York Times report says the president ignored the advice of intelligence officials attorneys to push for a higher security clearance for son-in-law, Jared, Kushner, Mr. Trump has publicly said he did. Not get involved. Former FBI director acting FBI director Andrew McCabe says I have never seen that in my career that a lot of exposure to the process the president certainly has the power to do that. But exercising that power in this way, especially for a relative raises all sorts of very concerned question. It's been a week of high tension between two nuclear armed neighbors, India and Pakistan. CBS's Cami McCormick on a fighter. Pilot who returned home today, Pakistan, e television showed the Indian pilot walking across the border Pakistan called his release a peace gesture following the two countries. Most dangerous standoff in years his plane was downed on Wednesday after crossing into Pakistani airspace. President Trump said he had been involved in helping defuse the situation set the old visas slogan was the it's everywhere you want to be but CBS's Peter King says it's not welcome anymore at a store chain. Kroger company says it Smith food and drug stores will no longer take visa credit cards for payments, effective, April third. This comes about. Seven months after Kroger's stopped accepting visa at its foods. cO chain in California, Kroger's CFO says visa charges excessive fees retailers and that it's quote, unfairness. Can't go unchecked. Smith's operates about one hundred thirty stores in seven western states for the WalMart store in Marion North Carolina's found a new position for greeter. J melton. Jay is cops. When you walk into the store, you feel welcomed and WalMart Melton and employees with cerebral palsy face losing his job as we reported yesterday. Others to not at the company wants those workers to perform more physical tasks the WalMart CEO has outlined specific steps to try to help those employees keep their jobs Wall Street right now, the Dow is up nineteen points. Nasdaq is up.

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"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I'm Steve cave in the White House says tonight's state of the union speech will be about optimism and greatness for bipartisanship in unity more, compromising cooperation, unless division divisiveness retribution politics as he calls Kellyanne Conway's comments came before President Trump aimed at Twitter jab at Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer today. CBS's Nancy Cortez says for the first time he'll be in a chamber where Democrats outnumber Republicans of female democratic lawmakers wearing white at the state of the union and that is to show solidarity. They say for their positions on women's issues, like reproductive rights and equal pay top House Democrat today. Threatened to use a subpoena if needed to get testimony from acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker later this week. He oversees the Russia investigation Alison keys says there's a fresh analysis about last November's midterm. Terms and a joint statement the departments of Justice and homeland security say they have found no evidence to date of material impact from foreign meddling in last year's midterm elections. They say they have not identified any activities of foreign government or agent that affected the integrity or security of election or campaign infrastructure used in the two thousand eighteen congressional midterm in. Michigan. A judge gave a former Uber driver life in prison without parole for the killing of six people three years ago between stops in Kalamazoo families of the victims got a chance to speak in courts, nothing but darkness, and I don't care what happens to you. Except he locked away until the end of your very dark life actor Liam Neeson's says he's not a racist on ABC's. Good Morning, America. He talked about his comment that is spread on social media. He admits he went looking for a confrontation with a black person on several occasions after learning a friend had been raped years ago on the attacker was allegedly black. I.

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"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Steve cave in from the Dakotas. To main people are trying to get through the polar vortex freezing to the bone that hurts debris bitter cold temperatures. Dangerous wind chills of force people inside closed schools and canceled flights Byron Brown, the mayor of buffalo. New York is dealing with cold and snow code blue is still in effect. We have seen upwards of eighty people in the warming shelters every single day. I'm Jim Krasula, some eastern Kentucky. Fire departments are opening their doors to those who are having trouble heating their homes in the bitter, cold Eastbourne, stats Kentucky deputy fire chief Frank voter Lago. Don't be embarrassed go to the local shelters, wherever the warming stations are many churches across Appalachia are opening warming centers at offering breakfast and lunch to children were schools have closed because of the coal one utility in Michigan asked people to conserve gas usage because. For heat was so high in Washington house speaker Nancy Pelosi says, even though Democrats and Republicans are negotiating her party remains firm, there will be no border wall money, President Trump ago at the White House. There's no wallet doesn't work. She's just playing games. So if there's no wall, it doesn't work CBS's Nancy Cortes, who's on Capitol Hill. There is an assumption around here that President Trump would steer clear of another shutdown in part because all the polls show that it didn't work out that well for him the first time most lawmakers assume that if there is no deal that the president would probably lean more on the on the option of declaring a national emergency Venezuela's opposition leader one glide, oh says police showed up at his wife's apartment today in Caracas. What he calls an attempt to intimidate him a maker of infant ibuprofen is expanding the recall of its pain reliever to include additional CVS, WalMart and Family Dollar store. Concentrations of the drug may be too high in those store branded products and.

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"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Conferencing, I'm Steve cave and wind chills were below zero this morning when this Philadelphia man headed off to work got ahead. Damn warmers. Gotta sweat shirts. Hoodies the deadly. Brutal cold wave is still a factor in the midwest and making life miserable for the people in the east to in buffalo mayor Byron Brown is dealing with bitter, cold and snow. We will still be dealing with very difficult weather conditions. And if you don't need to go out, please stay at home in Minneapolis CBS's. Demarco Morgan has more on the impact of the dangerous weather in the upper midwest more than two thousand flights have already been canceled for today. Hundreds are delayed and utilities are dealing with the dilemma of high demand in Minnesota and Michigan energy companies are asking millions of customers to conserve natural gas to avoid stressing the sister, good Samaritan paid for hotel rooms for dozens of homeless people in Chicago who were camped out in tents temperatures will begin to ease up tomorrow. President Trump has been tweeting about the trade talks with China CBS news White House correspondent Steven Portnoy. The current round of talks now in its second day will culminate in a meeting between President Trump and the Chinese vice premier in the Oval Office. But Mr. Trump tweets there won't be a final deal until he needs with China's president Xi Jinping in the near future. Mr. Trump says his Mr. strike a complete deal that leaves nothing on the table. The main goal is to get China to end its theft of US intellectual property, the president reiterates he will increase tariffs March. I if a deal isn't struck with new tax law and a partial government shutdown affecting the IRS this could be an unusual tax filing season. CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger. They had a skeleton staff in January they are set to give you your refunds within three weeks. That's the normal time. If you're an electronic filer six weeks, if you're a paper Feiler for people who under withheld their taxes because of the new tax law change. They're giving you a little bit more leeway, the American Heart Association. Now estimates nearly half of all US adults have some form of cardiovascular disease. Forty eight percent says the organizations Dr Mariel Jessop who knows more Americans. Now have high blood pressure? The large majority of those patients have hypertension what we call the silent killer. Federal authorities report thirty three arrests in Atlanta in a sex trafficking investigation ahead of the Super Bowl for victims were rescued walls right now, the Dow is down fifty four points. The NASDAQ is up eighty seven.

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"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"By ZipRecruiter. I'm Steve cave in on the eighteenth day of the partial government shutdown. President Trump will speak tonight from the Oval Office about his border wall. The key issue keeping Republicans and Democrats apart White House correspondent Steven Portnoy. Try to depict a crisis administration officials have conflicted figures ascribing all encounters with suspected terrorists at all ports of entry including airports to the southern border in the last year more than three thousand known or suspected terrorists attempted to come into this country. Vice president Pence used that statistic in an interview with CBS's major Garrett, but that's not on the southern border. But in the last eight various means everything else major, you know, some were on the southern border the administration hasn't clarified precisely how many did try to come up through Mexico. But it's most certainly fewer than the stated claim after Mr. Trump speaks tonight. Congressional democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will. Have a rebuttal. Correspondent Adriana Diaz says the impact of the shutdown is being felt beyond Washington for federal workers caught in the middle when Sarah Waterson left work on New Year's Eve. She still had a job, but no sense of security. They have to go to your landlord and say, I don't know how I'm gonna hey you. I've never had to do that the former marine now works as an office manager for the EPA in Kansas were trying to cut. The grocery Bill is just down to the necessities. According to the real estate website, Zillow unpaid federal workers will four hundred and thirty eight million dollars this month in mortgage and rent payment. Prosecutors in New York have charged a Russian lawyer with obstruction in a tax fraud case, but not just any Russian lawyer has been under scrutiny in the special counsel investigation because of her participation in that June twenty sixteen Trump Tower meeting at the heart of a lot of these questions about whether there was any cooperation conspiracy or collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia is Paula Reid. The lawyer in the tally of Cellnet sky is believed to be living in Russia. A new American Cancer Society report says the cancer death rate in this country has been falling now for at least twenty five years down twenty-seven percent over that stretch. An important milepost says CBS news medical contributor. Dr David Egas, really reflects behavior changes in our country over the last several decades were smoking less. We're more into prevention, and we're taking better care of ourselves and that showing out in lower cancer death rate. A report says obesity related cancer deaths are on the rise Wall Street right now, the Dow is up one hundred thirty nine points. The NASDAQ is up twenty four points and the s&p five hundred is up nine points..

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Lobbyist tied to condo met with EPA chief, despite denials

Grape Encounters Radio

01:00 min | 3 years ago

Lobbyist tied to condo met with EPA chief, despite denials

"Pollen season every year it seems experts say the pollen season is worse than the year before fact the climate and the weather has an impact on the start the duration and the intensity of allergy season dr tarun arolla notes there's been record warmth this all fuels the growth of plants which means more pollen earlier pollen and parliament stays around longer so even if you haven't started sneezing and sniffling if you know you will she says take action now want to start taking over the counter meds your prescription meds you wanna meet with your allergist and develop a plan steve cave and cbs news new federal disclosure report shows the washington lobbyist tied to a bargain priced condo leased by environmental protection agency chief scott pruitt sought to influence the agency on behalf of a client earlier this year that's a filing scotch addicts denials by pruitt that the lobbyist had not conducted any recent business with the environmental protection agency i'm jim taylor cbs news here's a special message.

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"steve cave" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"I'm steve cave in an apology in court today from larry nassar it's impossible convey depth and breast cancer i am to each and every morning fall anna came just before a michigan judge sentenced him to up to one hundred twenty five years for sexual assault a gymnastics club nasser got up to one hundred seventy five years for separate crimes last month prosecutor angela populated spoke to the victims and their families herranz please try to let your guilt gone you are children do not renew some though are blaming the fbi for dragging its feet once it gut complaints about nasser back in 2015 delays that some say allowed abuse to continue house intelligence committee could act as soon as today on an effort to release a democratic memo that's a rebuttal to the gop document last week in the russia investigation correspondence stephen portnoy has the latest now on efforts to break the immigration logjam in washington the latest bipartisan offer from republican senator john mccain and democratic chris koons would give status to the dreamers while calling for a study on border security it's been swiftly rejected by the white house president trump tweets that any proposal that doesn't include the quote desperately needed wall is a total waste of time there's not much time left to lose the next shutdown deadline is thursday night was when condemnation from britain over a trump tweet that in an attack on democrats criticized the uk's health care system saying people are marching because it's broke and not working cbs's vicky barker in london in his response britain's conservative health secretary jeremy hunt tweeted i may disagree with claims made on that much but not one of them wants to live in a system where 28 nil he in people have no cover a reference to the usa an iraqi government spokesman says american forces have begun drawing down after declaring victory over isis cbs news military consultant jeff because they i think we like to see the american forces move out very quickly they have upcoming elections in iraq prime minister a body i think will like to go into those elections down the iraqi people that not only have they defeated isis but that the americans are departing thousands.

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"steve cave" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Cbs news i'm steve cave in the payoff scandal that shaken college basketball has now claimed a high profile victim louisville one of the school snared in the investigation has ousted hall of fame coach rick pitino john rothstein of cbs sports obviously unlike any anger in california while here's correspondent steve futterman this morning as he walked to his office rick pitino was asked something he's never been asked before fire you vedeno was a hall of fame coach he has one national championships at two schools but now he is out bettino is being placed on administrative leave but effectively he has been fired the move comes a day after a federal indictment accused louisville of being part of a scheme that funneled money to a highly saw high school prayer 'spect in his family in order to get the player to come to a louisville steve futterman cbs news the republican tax reform plan that emerged today slashes corporate taxes and aims to simplify things for individuals and couples cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger says seven tax brackets would be narrowed the threetime acts brackets will be twelve percent 25 percent and the lowest tax bracket goes from ten percent to twelve percent bought the plan also contemplate raising what is called standard deduction i will double under the plan the deduction for state and local taxes would be eliminated corporate tax rates would be cut from thirty five percent to a low of twenty percent senate democratic leader chuck schumer says the plan gives crumbs to the middle class and a windfall to the wealthy not a puerto rico cbs's david begg has the latest on efforts to get food and water to farflung victims of a hurricane the governor's office told us their desperate for dry ever since that look i got food water sitting in.

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"steve cave" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"steve cave" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Cbs news i'm steve cave in a judge is sentenced former new york democratic congressman anthony weiner to twenty one months in prison for his sex things scandal involving a 15yearold north carolina girl pleaded guilty in the case back in may w cbs radio's marla diamond here to report on november deck i'll linda jack handed down that and in it like in and and he had and wavebird o and several times like away tears earlier texting incidents ended wieners political career the republican healthcare bill in the senate spin revised but one of a handful of gop holdout says count here as a no votes kentucky's rand paul cbs's nancy cortas slamming tacitly rust out a new version of the bill last night one that they say delivers more funding to the states of some of these gop holdout states like alaska arizona and main but it's not clear that that move is going to sway ladies votes like john mccain who has said that the process was already too rash fifty two percent in a new cbs news poll say they're against the gop bill twenty percent supported 28 percent say they don't know enough about it north carolina north korea's top diplomat that is says president trump's tweet that leader kim jong oh and won't be around much longer amounts to a declaration of war he says that gives north korea the right to shoot down american warplanes over the korean peninsula top federal and state power officials have descended on puerto rico's stricken and left powerless by hurricane maria cbs's david begg nose up a crowded sam one airport where people are looking to leave it is a sweat in here there are probably i'd estimate about a thousand people in this terminal waiting to get a flight and fanning themselves with cardboard and they've been doing it from within seventy two hours just a few commercial flights are getting out hurricane maria is still out in the atlantic now category one kicking up the surf along much of the east coast newly released fbi information indicates violent crime rose in this country last year for a second straight year legal analyst andrew cohen these statistics fit neatly into the narrative of the trump administration in its american carnage motif and it will help the justice department sustain as a.

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