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Supreme Court Takes up Major Mississippi Abortion Case

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:18 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Takes up Major Mississippi Abortion Case

"The Supreme Court will consider Mississippi's effort to enforce a state law that bans abortions. After 15 weeks of pregnancy. The band was blocked by lower courts. It could be a major rollback of abortion rights. Steve Dorsey reports. Arguments will likely be heard in the fall. Death by firing squad is now

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Officer who defended Capitol died of natural causes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Officer who defended Capitol died of natural causes

"Of the capital. But the medical examiner in Washington, D. C. Says a Capitol police officer died of natural causes are Steve Dorsey's following the findings of the Washington D C medical examiner obtained by CBS News indicate Officer Brian Sick, Nick suffered strokes. And died of what the office is calling natural causes. The Washington Post reports. The strokes stem from a blood clot, According to the medical examiner. The Coast Guard will suspend search and rescue

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Buttigieg testifies at confirmation hearing before Senate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Buttigieg testifies at confirmation hearing before Senate

"There will be a flurry of Senate confirmation hearings in the coming days for President Biden's Cabinet picks today. Former South Bend, Indiana mayor people to judge faced a Senate committee as it considers his nomination to be transportation secretary. I'd like to take a moment to introduce my husband, Chester, but the first openly gay Cabinet nominee facing Senate confirmation promised Reinvestment in America's transportation infrastructure Air Control in rail network. I'm probably only the second biggest path. Ginger real enthusiasts and this particular administration. President Biden, of course, has been a longtime supporter of Amtrak Buddha Judge will also fulfill Mr Biden's efforts to fight climate change, including halting energy transportation projects. Arkansas Republican Dan Sullivan. What do you think that decision? Is gonna impact climate all that killed the Keystone pipeline and killed thousands of jobs. So I believe that the president's climate vision will create more jobs. Steve Dorsey CBS News

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Cemeteries in a field of nearly 200,000 US and state flags on the National Mall. Joe Biden called for unity in his first remarks is President We can join forces stop the shouting and lower the temperature. Without unity. There is no peace on Lee bitterness and Suri is address offered little insight into his policy proposals. Much of Mr Biden's first day in office was aimed at undoing many of his predecessors executive actions. Stephen Portnoy. CBS News Democrats have regained control of the Senate are Steve Dorsey on Capitol Hill, Raise your wife hand, former senator turned vice president Kamila Harris swore in three of the Senate's newest members. Georgia Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jonah's self and her replacement, Alex Padilla, with the Senate split between Democrats and Republicans. Is Harris acts as a tie breaking vote alone Democrats to regain control New Majority leader Chuck Schumer, We have a lengthy agenda. And we need to get it done. Together. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Capitol Hill President. Biden has promised more relief for struggling Americans and businesses. He'll need congressional help to get his almost $2 trillion covert plan approved with such a large price tag. White House spokesperson Jen Psaki is asked if some items might be cut. The package wasn't designed with the number 1.9. Trillion as a starting point. It was designed with the components that were necessary to give people the relief they needed. President Biden in his inaugural address, promises and aggressive battle against Cove in 19. CBS is Chris Martinez. President Biden's plan calls for ramping up the vaccine supply, working with states and cities to open thousands of new vaccination centers.

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Stimulus update: Lawmakers close to deal that includes $600 checks

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Stimulus update: Lawmakers close to deal that includes $600 checks

"Congressional lawmakers are still negotiating on a proposed pandemic stimulus bill that could soon be announced more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. A bipartisan $900 billion deal is expected to include 600 to $700 stimulus checks. And extended unemployment benefits. The first vote on the bill could happen Thursday. Senate Democratic leader truck Schumer We are close to an agreement, Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell congressional leaders on both sides are going to keep working until We got this dog. The bill likely won't include coronavirus related liability protections for business is strongly opposed by

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Senate leaders discuss COVID-19 relief as lawmakers return

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Senate leaders discuss COVID-19 relief as lawmakers return

"Returning to Capitol Hill taking another crack at trying to pass a coronavirus relief package. CBS is Steve Dorsey reports. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Challenge Democrats to help pass a coronavirus relief bill after months of unproductive negotiations. There's no reason No. We should not deliver another major pandemic relief package. Democrats want a package totaling more than $2 Trillion, But Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Republicans are insisting on a bare bones deal, so we need a true bipartisan bill. Not this is our bill, Take it or leave it.

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Michigan lawmakers meet with Trump as he continues to fight election results

Terry Meiners and Company

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Michigan lawmakers meet with Trump as he continues to fight election results

"White House, meanwhile, is defending President Trump's efforts to dispute election results More from Steve Dorsey. The White House says the president wants every legal challenge in states voting to elect Joe Biden heard. Press secretary Kayleigh MCENANY. This is a system that had never been tried in American history. Mass mail out voting. It's one that we have identified as being particularly prone to fraud. So do those claims deserve to be pursued As Michigan prepares to certify Mr Biden's victory, their top state lawmakers are at the White House to meet with President Trump.

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Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, tests positive for COVID-19

Atlanta's Morning News

00:19 sec | 7 months ago

Chuck Grassley, second oldest senator, tests positive for COVID-19

"Senator Chuck Grassley test positive for Corona viruses immediately quarantined and will continue working from home. Rashly was last at the Capitol Monday. He hasn't missed a Senate vote in 27 years later, Steve Dorsey says Grassley is third in line to the presidency. The 87 year Olds the second oldest member of the Senate, The

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Biden Lead Growing in US Presidential Election

Tom and Curley

00:11 sec | 8 months ago

Biden Lead Growing in US Presidential Election

"Missing It sometimes requires a little patience as well Bite and leads an electoral and popular votes. Steve Dorsey. CBS NEWS Washington Mr

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Trump says he will nominate woman to the Supreme Court next week

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Trump says he will nominate woman to the Supreme Court next week

"Trump Trump is is speaking speaking out out about about his his efforts efforts to to nominate nominate a a person person to to replace replace Justice Justice Ruth Ruth Bader Bader Ginsburg Ginsburg on on the Supreme Court. Your CBS is Steve Dorsey in Washington, President Trump told White House reporters will likely choose a woman as early as next week. I could see most likely it would be a woman. Yeah, I think I could say that it would be a woman. I would, uh If somebody were to ask me now, I would say that A woman would be In first place. The president is also defending his power to choose a Supreme Court nominee in an election year way have an obligation to the voters. All of the people the millions of people that put us here in the form of a victory. We have an obligation to them. All of those voters Democrats are reminding Republicans. They blocked President Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court after Justice Antonin Scalia's death, arguing voters should decide in the 2016 election.

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Trump says he will nominate woman to the Supreme Court next week

The Morgan Show with Morgan White, Jr.

00:55 sec | 9 months ago

Trump says he will nominate woman to the Supreme Court next week

"Trump Trump is is speaking speaking out out about about his his efforts efforts to to nominate nominate a a person person to to replace replace Justice Justice Ruth Ruth Bader Bader Ginsburg Ginsburg on on the Supreme Court. Your CBS is Steve Dorsey in Washington, President Trump told White House reporters will likely choose a woman as early as next week. I could see most likely it would be a woman. Yeah, I think I could say that it would be a woman. I would, uh If somebody were to ask me now, I would say that A woman would be In first place. The president is also defending his power to choose a Supreme Court nominee in an election year way have an obligation to the voters. All of the people the millions of people that put us here in the form of a victory. We have an obligation to them. All of those voters Democrats are reminding Republicans. They blocked President Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court after Justice Antonin Scalia's death, arguing voters should decide in the 2016 election.

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Trump baselessly questions climate science during California wildfire briefing

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | 9 months ago

Trump baselessly questions climate science during California wildfire briefing

"View view about about the the Western Western wildfires. wildfires. You You could could knock knock us us down down to to nothing. nothing. You You know know you you go go to to Europe Europe in in different different places places in in Europe, Europe, countries countries with with their their forest forest countries countries and and They're They're very, very, very strong on management, and they don't have a problem. During a briefing in California, the president also asserted that climate change is not playing a role in the catastrophic wildfires. He rebutted an official who had pleaded for the president to listen to the science. Is the president put it. I don't think science knows actually mean time. Joe Biden is blasting President Trump in the climate change issue, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said on the campaign trail. The wildfires, hurricanes and flooding will worsen amid climate change. In Wilmington, Delaware. Biden called for action to address a warming planet Trump Climate denial. May not have caused these fires. And record floods. And record hurricanes. What if he gets a second term? These hellish events will continue to become more common were devastating and more deadly. Steve Dorsey CBS NEWS some more about

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The chief and entire command staff of the police department in Rochester, New York, stepped down

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 10 months ago

The chief and entire command staff of the police department in Rochester, New York, stepped down

"Rochester, New York police chief among those announcing he's leaving. I made pretty schism of the city's handling of a police involved death in March, Rochester's mayor, Lovely Warren announced. The city's police chief and his deputy, along with possibly other senior commanders are retiring from the department. The development comes as a surprise to city leaders. It follows criticism of officers and March you handcuffed, then put a hood over 41 year old black man Daniel prude and held him down until he stopped breathing. He died after being taken off life support at CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey

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Postmaster general to testify before Senate committee on Friday

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 10 months ago

Postmaster general to testify before Senate committee on Friday

"Mail in voters from six states want to take President Trump and his new postmaster general Lefcourt, CBS's Steve Dorsey explains why the lawsuit accuses the Trump Administration of changes to the Postal Service that have triggered male backlogs and delays. It's seeking to block further cuts to the Postal Service. Democrats accused the Trump Administration of working to suppress votes. In the November election. Postmaster Lewis to Joy will face a Senate committee to discuss his changes Friday.

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Hiroshima: Atomic Blast That Changed The World Turns 75

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 11 months ago

Hiroshima: Atomic Blast That Changed The World Turns 75

"The United States dropped the first of two nuclear bombs on Japan. We are delaying the start of our scheduled program to bring you the latest direct report on the atomic bomb attack on Japan. It was on CBS radio, where Americans heard from correspondents like Webley Edwards report on the bombing of Hiroshima in Guam. We can W. Tibbets Jr of Miami, Florida. Out of the B 29 the first atomic bomb in history. Hired in 1957 former CBS radio correspondent Marvin Kalb worked with the generation of journalists who covered that bombing. Everything was dependent upon what President Truman or his top officials wanted to share with the American people, and that was very, very little. In fact, it would be weeks after the bombing. American journalists would even be allowed to report first hand from the destroyed Japanese city. Steve Dorsey, CBS

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Facebook's Zuckerberg at Big Tech Hearing: "We Compete Hard"

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 11 months ago

Facebook's Zuckerberg at Big Tech Hearing: "We Compete Hard"

"Of criticism from both sides of the political spectrum. This afternoon, CEOs of Silicon Valley's biggest companies are testifying virtually on Capitol Hill to an antitrust subcommittee. Big tech, especially social media companies have earned bipartisan criticism Antitrust subcommittee to Chairman David Cellini simply put They have too much power. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, we compete hard. We compete fairly. We try to be the best. Meanwhile, Republicans like Ohio's Jim Jordan accused them of censoring conservatives. What's not great is censoring people censoring conservative and trying to impact elections. Steve Dorsey, CBS NEWS Washington knew this

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:59 min | 11 months ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WTOP

"For more than three decades, CBS Steve Dorsey ceremony in the rotunda moved members of Congress to tears as they honor their late colleague, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Through it all, John was a person of greatness. He also was a person of great humility. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke about Lewis's tireless mission as a peacemaker, sparking home of racial equality. John Lewis moved And worked with urgency because the task was urgent Lewis will lie in state at the Capitol East Front steps through Tuesday night for a public viewing amid Corona virus restrictions. Steve Dorsey CBS News Capitol Hill earlier, the hearse carrying Lewis passed by the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Junior Memorial and Black Lives Matter Plaza near the White House. Raising hopes for a Corona virus vaccine. By the end of the year, the biotech company Moderna launched Phase three of its vaccine testing, which will involve about 30,000 Americans. CBS's Dr David Vegas. This is exciting. In that half the people received saltwater and half the people received. A vaccine is initiated. And then we're gonna follow those individuals as they get their second shot and then follow them to see who gets the virus versus not Coben, 19 has now killed nearly 148,000 Americans. California's a hot spot governor Gavin Newsom. Tests continue to rise in the state. Total number of people tested positive continues to rise in this state and number of lives lost, continues now to rise again. To Major league baseball games or cancel tonight because more than a dozen players and staffers of the Miami Marlins test positive for the virus manager Don Mattingly gonna have to be adjustable. We're gonna have to be flexible with expectations were going to do with a lot..

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized with infection

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized with infection

"The Supreme Court's oldest justice back in the hospital more from CBS News correspondent Steve Dorsey. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is resting comfortably while receiving I V antibiotic treatment for a possible infection, the Supreme Court said in a statement. The 87 year old was experiencing fever and chills Monday evening when she was admitted to a Washington hospital before undergoing a procedure at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. To clean out a bile duct stent. Ginsberg has fought cancer and recovered from fractured ribs and other health issues over the years

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Justice Department sues to halt release of Bolton's book

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department sues to halt release of Bolton's book

"Former national security adviser John Bolton denies that there's any classified information in his new White House tell all book but the justice department is suing to stop it from coming out next week CBS is Steve Dorsey the trump administration is asking a judge to stop the book's release in a federal court filing the justice department says it wants Bolton to complete a review process for the book to ensure it doesn't disclose classified information a close aide to Bolton declined to comment when reached by CBS

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Justice Department sues to halt release of Bolton's book

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Justice Department sues to halt release of Bolton's book

"Former national security adviser John Bolton denies that there's any classified information in his new White House tell all book but the justice department is suing to stop it from coming out next week CBS is Steve Dorsey the trump administration is asking a judge to stop the book's release in a federal court filing the justice department says it wants Bolton to complete a review process for the book to ensure it doesn't disclose classified information a close aide to Bolton declined to comment when reached by CBS

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Steve Dorsey on Wednesday. Police clashed with protesters on the streets of Hong Kong, where demonstrators are taking a stand against Beijing. We have to use force said, Hong Kong's police chief, and they did. They shot tear gas and pepper spray. Swung batons and fired rubber bullets. Protesters pushed back with water bottles protected by umbrellas and masks. Everyone was a target, including us. Already the smoke tear gas is making its way here feeling it inside your nose into your is getting closer and closer. Okay. Thank you. But it's a small kind of sting when your future's at stake. No hope. But we still need to continue. Beijing. And. The hope to stop lawmakers from passing a controversial extradition. Build the fear. If fast anyone here could be extradited to mainland China, human rights lawyer Jason says that could include foreigners if I'm in American and I did something bad here. I could potentially be extradited to China. You don't even have to do anything bad. What is to stop China from making up evidence all.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news Steve Dorsey on Capitol Hill with more or defended his handling of the mullahs report. But also his determination, the president didn't obstruct Justice despite the president's public attacks on the probe and behind the scenes manipulation the question of whether there's an instructive act, and then also whether or not it is a corrupting ten years democratic committee member Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar who's running for president. Look at the totality of the evidence. And when you look at it, it is a pattern. Meanwhile, Republicans more concerned with how the investigation began Steve Dorsey CBS news, Capitol Hill students are sending on the basketball arena UNC Charlotte for vigil for the victims of yesterday's fatal shooting in a campus classroom. CBS news, Jim Krasula reports UNC Charlotte campus. Police sergeant Rick gun decker was the first officer to subdue the man who had literally opened fire and a campus classroom prepared for this for over twenty years in my mind, I'm very pleased to say a proud of myself and all the officers that responded to the done dagger did not go into specifics. Police say twenty one year old Riley Howell died after being shot when he tackled the gunman before police arrived. Jim Chris elicit yesterday, Charlotte North Carolina police are still searching for the man who was last seen running away from home in ocean beach, where a woman was found dead last night. Officers were called the. Home on Niagara avenue around one new Sates, Chris grows has an update the man that police are looking for Daniel.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Reynolds is in Wisconsin across the midwest thousands sought refuge in shelters, waterlogged highways were closed and governors declared emergencies as floodwaters rose to dangerous levels in fund to lock Wisconsin. The water is receding, but Rhonda and Brad Ha's lies house is a soggy mess. It was all the way up to the top of our basement down there. Wisconsin has been buried in. Snow oak Lehrer had four and a half feet in February beating the old record by foot and a half on Thursday. Rain and a rapid fifty degree thaw created ice floes the jammed at the bridges sending water over the banks and a farmer into Brassica was killed trying to rescue a stranded motorist, President Trump used his first veto of his administration. Yesterday rejecting a bipartisan resolution, which would have blocked the president's declaration of a national emergency at the southern border more from CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey. The president said the migrant crisis along the us Mexico border is undeniable congress is vote to deny the crisis on the southern border is a vote against reality against reality. But House Democrats will try to override Mr. Trump's veto of the resolution rejecting his national emergency declaration on March twenty sixth. Steve Dorsey, CBS news, Washington. It is not likely that congress can override the president's veto of the resolution to end is emergency border wall declaration. But there's also another lawsuit filed by more than a dozen states. Also, aiming to block that resolution ABC's Andy Field reports the president's new attorney general thinks the president will win that fight to attorney general William bar standing beside the president as he vetoed the resolution that was meant to stop Mr. Trump taking border wall money from other agencies you've done from a legal standpoint. Grounded in law and from the standpoint of protecting the American April, it's imperative with congress unlikely to find enough votes to override the veto the president's emergency declaration may end up being decided by the supreme court Andy Field ABC news, Washington. Now, the Democrats have more than one bone to pick with the president giving this week's democratic address is Hawaii Senator Bryan shots, and he's not happy with the president's newly released budget..

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Steve Dorsey. New England Patriots owner billionaire Robert Kraft pleaded not guilty to a charge of soliciting prostitution. He's one of the most recognizable faces in the NFL profile has soared with each Super Bowl trophy. Now New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft stands at the center of a sex trafficking scandal, human trafficking is the business of stealing someone's freedom. State attorney Dave ehrenberg did not mince words human trafficking is built on force fraud or coercion. It is evil. In our midst. He charged the seventy seven year old craft and hundreds of others with soliciting prostitution a misdemeanor that could land him in jail for a year. According to police reports craft engaged in sex acts on two consecutive days last month at Jupiter's orchids of Asia day spots, including the morning of the AFC championship game in Kansas City that craft attended police say they secretly planted hidden cameras to record interactions and transactions including crafts in at least ten massage parlours the going rate at the orchids of Asia spa fifty nine dollars for. Half hour seventy nine dollars for an hour. A spokesperson for Kraft said they categorically deny that Mr. craft engaged in any illegal activity, the NFL released a statement saying it's personal conduct policy. Applies to everyone and the league is promising to take appropriate action as warranted based on the facts. Anna worst, CBS news. New York are Kelly walked out of jail on sexual abuse charges after paying one hundred thousand dollars bail. Here's correspondent Kris Martinez..

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Streets. The general formative the street division. Dave diamond says they plan on throwing a lot of salt at the problem trucks are loaded. We're ready to go. We have like twenty four trucks go out with salt. Maybe we'll go to Dinant says he's concerned about the morning commute. It's basically the commute to get the people to the highway so go to Boston road prepared for the slippery. When they're all going out crews will be out all night if needed to make the road safer drivers in Lowell Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ, Boston's NewsRadio Democrats on Capitol Hill are continuing their efforts to try to block the president's national emergency declaration CBS Steve Dorsey has the latest house. Democrats will file a resolution Friday to block the national emergency declaration. It could trigger a vote by the full house by mid March. Democrats say the president is sidestepping the role of congress in allocating money tax us, billions of dollars to build his border wall. If the measure passes, the democratic controlled house, it will still need to be approved by the Republican-controlled Senate amid a veto threat by the president Steve Dorsey CBS news, Washington. New Hampshire's congressional delegation is expressing concern about the president's plan to reallocate military funding to build a wall WBZ's Carl Stevens has more New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen is concerned. President Trump will take money away from military construction projects to build a wall along the Mexican border. She and other members of the New Hampshire congressional delegation are asking the president to reconsider a number of those projects are scheduled to be at the Portsmouth naval shipyard. So therefore projects there there's one. The new hash New Hampshire national guard readiness center and last year the navy released a plan to invest a lot of money over twenty years in shipyards across the country. Senator Shaheen is concerned the president's plan could take some of that money away Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Ludlow police responding to three-vehicle crash.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Correspondent Steve Dorsey. We'll talk in a couple of minutes with CBS news chief medical correspondent, Dr Jon lapook about a disease that has parents concerned. First though, let's look back with correspondent Steve Futterman on the year. Sports headlines. Sports in diplomacy. Intersected in two thousand eighteen at the Winter Olympics young Chang officials from north and South Korea met and talked and athletes from the two countries entered the stadium as one together. In college football. It was Alabama again in the NFL, which was a I. The Golden State Warriors continued their domination repeating is NBA champion warriors are champions. The Boston Red Sox beat the dodgers to win the World Series. Championship soccer's World Cup. France. Croatia off the field of play a very dark side of women's gymnastics continue to be exposed Larry. You should have been locked up a long long time ago where we Nassar the former US women's team doctor was sentenced to up to one hundred seventy five years in prison for abusing numerous young women. Steve Futterman CBS news now to the year in medicine and health. Dr Jon lapook is the CBS news chief medical correspondent. Dr Luke, let's start with a disease. That's raising concern FM. What is it and how much should we worry about it? Well, it's kind of a mysterious thing. Right. The CDC's investigating almost three hundred reported cases of acute flaccid, my elitest or a FM. And it's it's rare, but it's potentially paralysing illness that affects mostly children, and we really are not exactly sure what causes it people are trying to figure out is it somehow environmental it looks like a lot of the kids like about ninety percent had a mild respiratory illness or fever that was consistent with some viral infection. And then they developed this. Paralysis of various parts of their bodies. Now. One of the theories is that immune system gone wrong that there's something in the virus. For example, that is shared is similar to say something in the spinal cord to immune systems thinks it's going after the virus. But it's like friendly fire at accidentally starts attacking the spinal cord, that's one theory. Meanwhile, there's also a crisis affecting older Americans, especially those with Alzheimer's. Yeah. So more than five million people have Alzheimer's, and there really is a an epidemic of the problem of caregiving. So I followed Mike and Carol daily. He's a retired Staten Island salt of the earth and Carol had Alzheimer's. And I I did a sixty minute piece where we follow them for ten years. What's your husband's name? The guy sitting. And of course, she had a predictable downward course, but he also had a downward course, I mean, he thought I'm a tough cop. I can handle this. Well, you can't handle it in one of the things that we've learned as caregivers cannot handle it alone. There's a huge financial burden of caregivers who have to give up their jobs. There's an emotional burden. A lot of times the the caregiver gets sick and dies before the person who has the chronic illness. And this is not just Alzheimer's, it's any chronic illness. You know, of course, there's Parkinson's and multiple sclerosis and even just lung disease and just people as their aging. So we're getting older as a population. There are more people who are older and aging and what do you do? It is a huge problem, and I would call it a crisis. And it's something that is a society we have to figure out older folks also vulnerable like children to the flu with which we've seen a record number of deaths. This is hard for me to accept as a physician or as a human being, right? The CDC estimates that. About eighty thousand people died of the flu and it's complications left season. That is the deadliest toll in forty years and the virus also killed more than one hundred eighty children you couple that with the fact that fewer than four out of ten but dolts got their flu shots last year. And the recent survey shows the same thing for this year. So I think there's myths about the flu shot let me just say unequivocally you cannot get the flu from a flu shot scientifically impossible. It is dead. Now, people do get quote unquote, flu like symptoms. What does that aches and pains little fever lasts about a day? You take some anti inflammatories Tylenol goes away. But it is not the flu in important reminder. This winter there has been some progress fighting another disease cancer with new methods to focus on a patient's immune system. Yeah. I mean, this is a story that's bubbling up. It's been bubbling up for many many years. And here's the problem. You have cancer cancer's a foreign substance in your body. Why doesn't your own immune system? Just kick it out. And one of the reasons is that the cancer can cloak itself. Like in a cloak of invisibility like Harry Potter Star Trek. And so the immune system can't kill what it can't see. Well, a lot of these immunotherapy have figured out a way to try to strip the cancer from that cloak of invisibility. So you've heard about cartesian you've heard about Trudeau which was a medicine that that help boost the immune system, and it was given to president Carter when he had a brain melanoma. And it could have been something that helped with what seems to be right now him being being pretty healthy. And having no sign of melanoma cartoon exactly what did what with him. And there are other medicines that are having increasing success. And it's unbelievably cool one of the things that's cool is people actually take an very personalized approach. You take a piece of the person's cancer, you go, and you get a biopsy, and you take it outside the body. And it's almost like metaphorically you also then take some of the person's immune cells out of the body. And you give those immune. Sells like a sniff of the cancer like you would give a sniff of the central bloodhound. And then you expand those immune cells. So there are billions of them and you put them back into the person. And hopefully, it goes out and finds and kills cancer. Now. This sounds amazing. Have we cure cancer? Absolutely, not there's lots of different forms of cancer was still in the infancy the relative success rate of this is still relatively small. But it's really sort of you see the silhouette of as we get better. And better at this of being able to go forward and harness the immune system to help fight cancer. Finally pook. The CDC is raising alarms about suicides in this country. It comes as we also struggle with opioid addiction. Both of those have contributed to new challenges with life expectancy. It should be going the other way. Yeah. It was almost like a punch in the stomach when we do. We kind of figured it was coming this latest statistics. Last year life expectancy decreased by about a month. And the reason is that last year. There was seventy two thousand drug overdoses about forty eight thousand of them from opioids we have a huge opioid epidemic in this country. We are nowhere near getting arms around it. It's starting to level off. But it's still up about ten percent from the year before there's lots of things that we gotta do that that one of them is we've got to figure out a way to get rid of the stigma associated with opioid abuse. And the same thing with suicidal idea. You know, we kids people are afraid to to seek help we have to know with opioid addiction. It is a medical problem. You would never tell anybody to snap out of their diabetes snap out of their cancer. And yet with we we look at opioid addiction. Very to all too often as a moral failing. It is not a moral failing. It is a medical condition. We know that the brain gets rewired, and we have to do something about that CBS's chief medical correspondent, Dr John lapook on the year end roundup. Thanks for listening to part, one of our two part special the CBS news roundup hope you'll tune in. If you miss it on the radio, you can find us online..

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Presidents were not spared. Residential meanwhile was not invited he left the White House during the ceremony to visit. His northern Virginia golf, club Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington Senator McCain will be buried, at, the. US naval academy cemetery Sunday there will be a missing. Man formation to honor him the White House is holding back some documents related to Brett Cavanaugh President Trump's. Nominee for the supreme court Tom Foty has more Trump White House has decided not to give the senators. Who will do the questioning some one hundred thousand pages of documents from Kavanagh's time as a staffer. At the Bush White House former President Bush did direct his lawyers to disclose. Them, what President, Trump says no a black democratic nominee for governor in Florida is the target of racist. Robo calls on the call someone who claims to be Andrew gillum speaks in a racist. Minstrel dialect asking for support they appear to be from a white supremacist, podcast based in Idaho Rashad Robinson is a friend of Gillam and the executive. Director of color of change races constantly been a huge factor in Florida politics and anyone who says it's. It's not it's a state that has seen a number of police killings has seen huge attempts to. Suppress black voters for years but really famously during the Bush gore recount two. Counties, in south, central Pennsylvania have declared disaster emergencies following flash flooding state emergency officials are working with towns. And cities and Lancaster and your counties deploying road construction crews engineers and inspectors to help. This woman lives.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington making, waves the former. White House staffer who's written tell all here's CBS's Tom. Foty Omarosa, manigault Newman follow Donald Trump from the apprentice on TV to the White House chill so told NBC's meet the press I was complicit with this White House deceiving this nation few recorded her. White House firing by chief of staff John Kelly you can look at look at your. Time here is a year of service to the nation, that you can go on without any type of difficulty in the future relative to your reputation I'm. Vicki Barker in Kansas and, anger at the White House. Over what spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders is calling up blatant disregard for our national security which in. Her words demonstrates the lack of character and integrity of this. Disgruntled former White, House employee there's bipartisan concern over medical. Newman's actions with net price an Obama. Era NS c. spokesman saying he's never heard of a. More serious breach of protocol a Baltimore, police officers suspended after video surfaces on online showing him repeatedly punching a man knocking him down the sister of the victim the level of force that was used without officer was unnecessary the city's interim police commissioner describes that assault video as disturbing the airport worker who stole a commercial airliner from the seattle airport was joking with air traffic controllers before crashing onto a remote island c._b._s. john schumer says there are a lot of ross aamer as a retired united airlines pilot he told c._b._s. this morning there wasn't anything stopping russell a horizon air ground crew member for three and a half years from getting to the plane as an employee i was quite surprised that a person that claims to have had only background in video games was able to start this airplane taxied out and actually take off and do those maneuvers loop the loops before he crashed the plane.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Steve Dorsey. CBS news Washington maroshek her phone and a, recording the one time, White House staffer put out some audio today while promoting her book of chief of staff John Kelly firing her in where she says was this situation room but could she be in legal trouble for doing, it correspondent arrow bar at the White House has not, responded to the existence of this recording with manigault Newman saying she, did it for her own protection but unauthorized recording inside a secure Location like the situation room is a potential violation of national security Mr. Trump this weekend. Called her a low life a black Baltimore City police officer, has been suspended after a now, viral video shows him repeatedly punching and kicking a black man on the street police say the incident. Began when the officer approached to Sean Maguire to ask for his. ID his sister Chantal the level of force that was used with that. Officer was unnecessary in southern California firefighters continue to battle the holy fire named after the canyon south of Los Angeles where it. Started correspondent Jonathan Liotier, is their long firefighters have told us there's only so, much that they could do alternately the fate of aspire is in the hands of mother. Nature high winds brought those blames right through, this valley ripping through, all this brush and vehicles before abruptly coming to a stop those wins then change direction sparing hundreds of homes and its path that holy fire is more than forty percent contained and if the current down, holds for a couple of days Firefighters. Say even more progress could be made we're gas. Prices now as we. Near the end of summer analyst trilby lumbered. Tells us price of gasoline regular grade is to ninety three it's up two cents, from two weeks ago and it says fifty three cents higher over its year ago point,.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And weather station news radio one or two point nine karn on the cbs news earren route a special program recapping 2017 i'm steve dorsey republicans managed to squeeze out a big accomplishment in congress before the end of the year tax reform nancy cortas covers congress for cbs news on capitol hill nancy how big of a victory for the president and the gop was this it was big for a few reasons first of all republicans have been trying to enact massive tax cuts for years if not decades and it is as something that often eludes them so the fact that they were able to keep the party together and take this across the finish line was uh was was pretty huge there were so many ways that this could have gotten derailed in the same way that the healthcare did beyond that the president really needed major legislative accomplishment two point two in his first year in office he's got a republican senate and a republican house um and and not being able to do anything big in his first year a would have been a big embarrassment now uh democrats argue that they will actually have the last laugh because of this tax plan is unpopular at the moment with the american people and they believe that it will continue to be unpopular republicans on the other hand think that after people start to see a little more money in their paycheck come february that they will begin to like it more republicans also managed to form the government through the holidays passing another shortterm spending bill what does this t up for another budget battle in january well since it pushes off almost all the tough decisions uh it means another battle royale in january because this funding bill only keeps the lights on in government for another three and a half weeks uh the new deadline january 19th and republicans and democrats really didn't see eye to eye on a number of issues and so they essentially punted democrats said in exchange for a longer term or even a shortterm funding bill they wanted republicans to tackle things like a legal status for the dreamers young people who have been brought here illegally as children to tackle things like the subsidy payments that go to insurers under obamacare to keep prices down for low income americans uh republicans uh have debated those issues internally within their own conference some are four at some again state um and so at.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"Yes the steve dorsey steve rankings decision to resign comes after at least eight women accused him of sexual misconduct though he's denied some of those allegations today i am announcing that in the coming weeks i will be resigning as member of the united states senate most of franken's democratic colleagues in the senate had called on him to step down sources tell cbs news he'd been distraught and indecisive in the hours leading up to his decision minnesota's democratic governor must appoint franken's replacement a special election isn't expected until november steve while days after president trump said the fbi's reputation is in tatters the director christopher raivis morning went before a congressional committee the fbi that i see is tens of thousands of brave men and women who are working as hard as they can and to keep people that they will never know safe from harm he says is no finer institution and the fbi now to southern california fire crews were fighting flames and stronger winds as they contend with several wildfires fire official tom porter figures it's going to be a difficult day today is the first time purple um rating has shown up that's the most extreme rating that we have can't merrick some ventura county is one of about two hundred that have been destroyed in every friend we talked to is in the same boat meryl reports of a school shooting today at a high school and as techno mexico at least two people shot conditions not clear a suspect in custody today's the day a former cop will learn his sentence for the fatal shooting of an unarmed man an incident that was caught on video i'm jim krasula charleston south carolina speaking through tears several members of walter scott's family said they forgive the former police officer who fatally shot scott during a 2015 traffic stop judy scott held up a photo of her fifty year old son as she spoke up or pain and coping with his death michael slater's eyes met those of scott's brother anthony neoh said quote i'm not angry at you michael i forgive you and i pray for you and your family to judge indicates pfleger faces up to twenty five years in prison it's been a day of.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:25 min | 4 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Cbs news weekend roundup steve dorsey he was a big week at the united nations were leaders from around the world gathered for its annual general assembly in addition in north korea iran was also a focus of president trump's speech as he took game at that international nuclear deal with a country that deal as an embarrassment to to the united states and i don't think you've heard the last of it more from correspondent stephen portnoy thinking very well after his speech president trump told reporters he thinks the un has great great potential in his remarks he said the organization is focused too much on bureaucracy and not enough on results in keeping with his america first pledge mr trump vowed not to enter into onesided deals he called on nations to respect each other they're sovereignty but violent regimes often cite their sovereignty defending themselves against western condemnation steven portnoy reporting from new york let's talk now with german ambassador to the us peter fatigue thanks for talking with us a pleasure to be on your show i wanna get your reaction to president trump's speech to the united nations would you think it will parts in it did m were i've had a friendly to the united nations into that quorum and to older leaders said were symbo t numerate approach egg said he supported a run by the united nations but there was always in element alternate edmund where he tied it a couple of countries on couple of it of course north korea and in iran and venezuela out so there was quite a bit of an name calling that was to be expected and of course we watch it very closely the first speech of the new american president in in that forum and um i think it's speech will give rise to a lot of discussion on north korea germany has an embassy in pyongyang i believe north korea had one in berlin is there anything germany can offer than in helping eased tensions on the korean peninsula what pushable it's important to have a channel of communication the united states support us immunity still state department in having that embassy we usually share how impressions of life fan two n d political leadership in north korea weight oh american french so it is a youth cool tool to.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"This is the cbs news weekend roundup what's next four republicans it basically puts a their efforts to repeal obama care on a long haul one of the highest ranking vatican officials in court charged with sexual abuse many white outside the court relieved this day had come later how many of us sweat houma highbury growth your wedding yandi needed the body would i'm steve dorsey at the cbs news washington bureau on friday afternoon the president replaced his chief of staff reince priebus with homeland security secretary john kelly the president announced the move in a tweet saying quote he has been a true star of my administration also keeping the white house busy this week in north korea after confirmation that launched a ballistic missile friday that apparently landed off the coast of japan michael o'hanlon is a senior fellow and foreign policy at the brookings institution it could obviously be dangerous to any kind of a a ship and the odds of a ship being hit by a missile it doesn't even have a warhead on top of it are pretty low almost astronomically love and that's no excuse for complacency or wanton disregard for others but alas that's the kind of country we're dealing with in north korea also this weekend it appears that gop efforts to repeal parts of obamacare or on ice wars republican senator john mccain was back at work friday morning after casting the deciding ballot overnight his thumbs down vote doomed the gop latest attempt to repeal obamacare the eyes or forty nine the naser fifty one motion is not agree to fellow republicans susan collins and lisa murkowski along with every democrat voted against the socalled skinny bill that aim to repeal selected parts of the affordable care act this is clearly disappointing moment now imagine many of our colleagues on the other side or celebrating we are not celebrating we are relieved senate majority leader mitch mcconnell now says it's time to move on but did not rule out working with democrats to fix obamacare's problems so so now that if appropriate to ask one of their ideas were saying tenant to mitch mcconnell to speaker ryan to any republican that we stand here ready to fight for bringing down akashi prescription drugs making health.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"I'm steve dorsey live in washington rowling chance when protesters inside the senate of vote on the first step towards dismantling obamacare is now underway so far to republicans have voted against the procedural vote which would begin debate on the bill if one more republican joins them the measure fails majority leader mitch mcconnell people who set up there expect us to begin as deve the have the courage to tackle the toughest your minority leader chuck schumer turned back now before it's too late and millions and millions and millions of americans are hurts so badly in ways from which there will never ever recover risk jill awaiting votes from republicans ron johnson and john mccain now with more cbs news here's dave barrett president trump not complementary to jeff sessions when tweeting today about his attorney general senior legal analyst andrew cohen sizes up obsessions current situation he attorney general doesn't want to resign for a number of reasons i he has no place to go now that he's given out that safe senate seat now obama second he has a strong ideological criminal justice agenda that he wants the justice department to follow thirty shirley knows that if he resigns he makes it more likely that the president could try to shut down the special counsel's rush investigation on that topic former trump campaign manager paul manafort has been subpoenaed to testify before the senate intelligence committee i was charles grassley his chairman we want manafort become like we won trump junior common other people were in the point use we're willing you've all sorts of accommodation over the house intelligence committee presidential advisor in soninlaw jared kushner answered questions in private california's adam schiff it was a very productive session we had an opportunity to ask about the a range of issues that the committees concerned about we appreciate his voluntary willingness to come and testify today the manager of that semi containing perhaps one hundred illegal immigrants had had problems with the law his rigg found in a san antonio parking ten of those in the trailer died cbs's mark strassmann james bradley who has entered no clue so far you back in court on thursday his criminal record was back twenty years charges include felony menacing and assault served one year in prison that's the guy who clearly has some issues and his path but the real worry for him now is the credit that charge he.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Highs in the low 90s atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast coming up in paris president trump addresses the controversy surrounding his oldest son meeting with a russian attorney my son is a wonderful young man the president play defense again for donald trump jr during a press conference alongside french president amani will macron nothing happened from the meetings zero happen for the meeting revelations about them meeting held more than a year ago have distracted from the president's trip france is a key ally with nick on using his face time with president trump to encourage them to stick with the paris climate accord with mr trump saying quote something could happen on the deal for which he plans to withdrawal the us steve dorsey cbs news washington coasts breaking news first first this is wsb 24hour continuing news the camp counties police chief asks the gbi to conduct a use of force investigation into the beating of a woman captured on cellphone video dekalb police officer pj law shied incident report describes hitting katie mccreery on her leg tag arms in wants to her head as he tried to get her to stop resisting arrest bystanders who know her urged her to comply thaddeus hey this as she was often walked out he pleaded the gbi use of force probe findings will go to the district attorney's office in dekalb county veronica waters wsb residents of a i i've county neighborhood are relieved and accused fireball gives off the streets deputies filed three counts of arson against push kumar mystery after he allegedly set fire to the spring mont subdivision clubhouse the tennis court pavilion and a neighbors car this woman tells channel two action news everybody went from being on answer this flat out scare investigators have no motive for the fires the price tag on the damaged two hundred thousand dollars the gwinnet brave want you to.

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