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Supreme Court, in 5-4 ruling, strikes down restrictive Louisiana abortion law

Midday News

00:36 sec | Last week

Supreme Court, in 5-4 ruling, strikes down restrictive Louisiana abortion law

"The U. S. supreme court strikes a blow to abortion opponents CBS's Steve Dorsey says it was about a measure in one state that said doctors who perform abortions had to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital Chief Justice John Roberts along with the court's four liberal justices ruled the Louisiana law was too too restrictive restrictive making making it it too too difficult difficult for for women women to to get get an an abortion abortion the the national national abortion abortion rights rights action action league league celebrated celebrated the the ruling ruling on on Twitter Twitter calling calling it it huge huge while while new new York's York's governor Andrew Cuomo also responded to the ruling saying the Louisiana law was unconstitutional and promising quote we will not go back

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Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion restrictions

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | Last week

Supreme Court strikes down Louisiana abortion restrictions

"The Supreme Court has a win to abortion rights advocates voting 5 to 4 to strike down the Louisiana law that curtailed women's access to abortions. CBS's Steve Dorsey has more from Washington. The Supreme Court has backed opponents to abortion clinic restrictions in Louisiana. Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the courts for liberal justices. The case tested whether the state's Republican led legislature could require abortion doctors to be members of a nearby hospitals. Medical staff challengers to the regulation said it would force abortion clinics to shut down tie breaking vote cast by Chief Justice Roberts, who noted the Louisiana law was identical to a Texas ordinance. The Supreme Court struck down in 2016 again in the first major abortion rights ruling of the trumpet. Ministrations. The Supreme Court has ruled that a Louisiana law curtailing women's access to abortion is unconstitutional. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Vicki

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Trump administration illegally rescinded DACA program, Supreme Court rules

Noon Business Hour

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump administration illegally rescinded DACA program, Supreme Court rules

"The Supreme Court is siding with six hundred fifty thousand young immigrants on a rolling that protects the so called dreamers from deportation the court ruled the trump administration broke the law by rescinding the Obama era daca program Chief Justice John Roberts joined liberal justices in ruling against the trump administration Steve Dorsey CBS news

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Justice Department sues to halt release of Bolton's book

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 3 weeks 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 | 3 weeks 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 KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:49 min | 3 weeks ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"And Steve Dorsey Supreme Court observers call it a landmark decision from the court saying employers can't fire someone just because they're gay or trans gender the ruling follows a number of cases this term involving LGBTQ rights including from a gay Clayton county Georgia employee who was fired after he joined a gay softball league and a transgender woman terminated from her job at a Michigan funeral home a Georgia district attorney says by midweek he'll decide whether to criminally charge either police officer involved in the deadly shooting of race shard Brooks as Arjun crystal reports his family is looking for answers and change pleading through grief and tears family members a twenty seven year old ray Sharda Brooks including is the stress of the Evans pleaded for calm in Atlanta as well as changes of the criminal justice system no one walking the green earth is basically shot and killed like trash in the street well Bob let's leave it a drive thru Brooks was killed by police during a scuffle outside a fast food restaurant they were trying to arrest him for being drunk behind the wheel of his car Brooks was fatally shot as he ran away after wrestling with officers and grabbing a taser from one of them Jim chrysalis CBS news we have now learned from the U. S. Air Force that the pilot of a fighter jet that crashed into the North Sea off the coast of northern England has been found dead a statement reads it is quote a tragic loss for the forty eighth fighter wing correspondent Kenny McCormick the F. fifteen crashed during a routine training mission over the North Sea the U. S. military says the wreckage has now been found the corona virus outbreak causes another chain to close some locations and file for chapter eleven CBS news business reporter Jason Brooks twenty four hour fitness filed for bankruptcy protection as it withers under a mountain of debt staggered by an extended shutdown along with other gyms and studios.

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Trump confronted with grim COVID-19 milestone

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:24 sec | Last month

Trump confronted with grim COVID-19 milestone

"A grim milestone tonight in the corona virus pandemic more from CBS's Steve Dorsey more than one hundred thousand people have now died from the corona virus in the U. S. that's according to Johns Hopkins University researchers who've been tracking code nineteen cases the global death toll is now more than three hundred forty three thousand with Brazil and Russia trailing the U. S. in total

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Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales

WBZ Midday News

00:31 sec | Last month

Justice Department drops probes into 3 senators' stock sales

"The justice department drops his investigation into stock sales of three senators let's get more from Steve Dorsey the senators made the stock sales before the pandemic tanked financial markets and prompted the probe investigation apparently is continuing however into Republican senator Richard Burr's stock trades around the same time he has temporarily stepped down from his chairmanship of the intelligence committee among the Democrats that were initially being investigated senator Dianne

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Justice Department clears 3 senators in stock sales investigation, but Burr's case appears ongoing

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:29 sec | Last month

Justice Department clears 3 senators in stock sales investigation, but Burr's case appears ongoing

"The justice department is dropping its investigation into stock sales of three senators related to the covert nineteen outbreak what is continuing to pursue its probe of senator Richard Burr CBS is Steve Dorsey the senators made the stock sales before the pandemic tank financial markets and prompted the probe an investigation apparently is continuing however into Republican senator Richard Burr's stock trades around the same time he has temporarily stepped down from his chairmanship of the

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Warnings mount about economic damage

Mark Reardon

00:34 sec | Last month

Warnings mount about economic damage

"Oh two to Capitol Hill now where there were dire warnings about the vulnerability of the U. S. economy this morning more from CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin told a Senate committee that the US economy risks permanent damage if coronavirus lockdowns drag on we are continuing to see large unemployment and other negative indicators it is important to realize that the large number represents real people this is why it is so important to begin bringing people back to work in a safe way more than thirty million jobs have been lost in the

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Supreme Court to hear arguments on Trump's tax return case

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Supreme Court to hear arguments on Trump's tax return case

"The Supreme Court heard arguments today on three cases involving the release of president trump's tax returns CBS is Steve Dorsey reports it was another attempt to convince the Supreme Court to block the release of the president's tax returns this time following a grand jury subpoena from the Manhattan D. A. the president's attorney Jay Sekulow that's what before the court for lead process targeting the president is a violation of the constitution but Manhattan's DA argues the president is seeking unprecedented immunity with liberal justices including Sonia Sotomayor your scrutinizing the federal government's defense of the president you're asking for a broader community anyone else gets Steve Dorsey CBS news

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TV broadcaster Sinclair fined $48 million over Tribune deal

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

TV broadcaster Sinclair fined $48 million over Tribune deal

"The FCC has hit Sinclair broadcasting with a forty eight million dollar fine the agency says it's the largest ever civil penalty against a broadcaster it stems from a probe into the company's failed deal to buy Tribune media the media giant owns nearly two hundred TV stations in eighty nine markets Democrats accused Sinclair of being a mouthpiece for conservatives and the trump administration CBS's Steve Dorsey the fine stems from a scheme for Sinclair to sell some stations but keep control of them after the

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Super Tuesday shake-up: The suddenly tough road for Bernie Sanders with Joe Biden as front-runner

WBZ Afternoon News

01:24 min | 4 months ago

Super Tuesday shake-up: The suddenly tough road for Bernie Sanders with Joe Biden as front-runner

"Six in the hours after super Tuesday senator Bernie Sanders walking away with four wins including the big prize of California but one of his rivals former VP Joe Biden had a great night securing ten states the latest being made officially called this afternoon now Biden was on Sanders mind up in Burlington Vermont this afternoon CBS is Steve Dorsey was there in his first appearance speaking to reporters following his super Tuesday rally Sanders attacked by Dennis specially on health care with Sanders accusing Biden of trying to maintain a dysfunctional and coal system that's bankrupting many Americans he also confirmed he spoke with Elizabeth Warren but didn't reveal if he pressed her for an endorsement if she exits the race he also said he hadn't known Michael Bloomberg dropped out of the race and endorsed by then now when it comes to senator Warren she's humming Cambridge tonight talking with her campaign advisers after a pretty disappointing performance she came a distant third here in our home state for super Tuesday behind Biden and Sanders were not faring well either in any other state up for grabs last night failing to even get second place in any of them her campaign put out a statement which appears to be similar to a private email leaked earlier this morning Roger Lau warns campaign manager says they fell well short their goals and projections the campaign says it's disappointed he says that warn now is taking time to think through the right way to continue the fight and she needs the space and time to consider whatever

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Trump announces coronavirus travel restrictions and screening efforts on certain visitors

Kim Komando

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Trump announces coronavirus travel restrictions and screening efforts on certain visitors

"After the first reported death in the U. S. from that new coronavirus officials are taking aim at travel you CBS news correspondent Steve Dorsey the White House is announcing new travel restrictions on foreign nationals you've recently visited or Ron it's also now telling Americans to avoid traveling to areas in Italy and South Korea most affected by the virus it's certainly not a good situation when you lose travel that's a big part of market but for a period of time we're gonna have to do whatever's necessary safety health number one we were at the markets will take care of themselves the president also stepped up pressure today on the fed to cut interest rates to help protect the

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Democratic debate: Warren hits Bloomberg over NDAs, alleged ‘Kill it’ comment to pregnant employee

WBBM Evening News

03:18 min | 4 months ago

Democratic debate: Warren hits Bloomberg over NDAs, alleged ‘Kill it’ comment to pregnant employee

"CBS news special reports the South Carolina democratic debate from CBS news in Washington here's correspondent bill Rakoff R. thanks very much let's go back to Elizabeth Warren with our CBS grew in Charleston Democrats but also among Republicans but it matters who the vote getter isn't right now would Sanders Sanders lock and the point I'm making is I think I'm the person who is the best nominee for the Democrats I will also make the best president and I'll tell you why it's not only that I have on shekels values it's that I have a track record of getting things done because I look at it this way S. is are going to get exactly one chance to make transformative change and that means we better have a leader who actually knows how to get in the fight and help to make change happen that's something I have done I built a consumer financial protection bureau I for banks I build coalitions and I've done it in my time in the Senate keep on to based on the results so far do you need to adjust your campaign strategy this is who I am I'm not somebody whose campaign is shaped by a bunch of consultants I'm not somebody who painted this is said to people tell me the way that you can make me win the fight for working families the fight for justice the fight for racial justice for economic justice for environmental justice this is for my fight for my whole life I was a teacher I was researching I was studying what happened to working families across this country and I only got into politics because it was another tool to be able to fight for those families I'm staying in that fight senator Elizabeth Warren senator thank you very much for your time thank you with our colleagues in South Carolina I wanna go back to Steve Dorsey before the break and we jumped right to the the senator we were talking about that exchange where senator Elizabeth Warren was again hitting Michael Bloomberg very hard on you know the idea a new tie abortion platform you know talking about Bloomberg saying allegedly kill it to a woman who was pregnant at his office he be humanly denied that also when she was challenged on she challenged him on once again releasing all of the people under nondisclosure agreements he basically looked at her and said I did that last week and what more do you want me to do and again as Steve Dorsey that was it was an awkward moment for those of us outside of the hall how to play there that was just as awkward as it was in person as it was on TV and this obviously plays into the attacks that Bloomberg has space especially when he deals with women when he deals with up the subordinates in the office place and senator Warren's campaign just put out a statement saying that this show she could take on a powerful billionaire and she's not afraid of anyone like Michael Bloomberg or or anyone that is in Michael Bloomberg's position of power or wealth and likely will continue to see her ramp up these attacks are going into super Tuesday and then if her campaign stays in the race in future

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Polls are closed in New Hampshire and candidates have already dropped out

The Al Malmberg Show

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Polls are closed in New Hampshire and candidates have already dropped out

"Early exit polls from the New Hampshire primary show nearly half of democratic voters decided on their candidate in the last few days CBS news pollster Monica McDermott one of the biggest takeaways at this point is that eighty one percent of Democrats say there are angry right now about the trump administration and that is obviously an extremely high number forty percent want to return to president Obama's policies thirty eight percent want more liberal policies thinking a little bit about where they stand now and where they might be able to go after New Hampshire is going to be a big factor CBS is Steve Dorsey in bed for it's a friendly vibe inside lots of families here taking their kids experiencing this first in the nation primary outside the parking lot is nearly full as police direct

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America casts its first votes in New Hampshire

KYW 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

America casts its first votes in New Hampshire

"After nearly a year of town halls and backyard barbecues with candidates the nation casts its first votes of the twenty twenty primary cycle and it begins right now voters in Dixville notch New Hampshire are just starting to cast ballots as the polls just opened correspondent Steve Dorsey is covering the stakes are high for Democrats there's never been a candidate who's won their party's nomination without either finishing first or second in New Hampshire at university of New Hampshire survey center director in through Smith who says many voters are still undecided ten to fifteen percent saying they make up their mind on election day candidates making a final play for votes still up for grabs see CBS news Manchester and again what it sounds like live there right now there are five people voting if we get any results we will bring them to you

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Democrats begin debate with battle over who can win in November

Dave Ramsey

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Democrats begin debate with battle over who can win in November

"House seven democratic presidential hopefuls are on a debate stage right now battling it out in the hopes of going up against president trump in November our Steve George Dorsey live in Manchester New Hampshire Steve at the debate started with Joe Biden IGN Allah jingle poor performance in Iowa's caucuses and forecasting another hit in New Hampshire primaries meanwhile center AT clover shar raise concerns about senator Bernie Sanders saying a democratic socialist can't unite the party against president trump we've also been hearing Democrats argue about the cost of universal healthcare polls show Sanders and former south bend Indiana mayor he booted Jerry leading here Matt Steve Dorsey

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DNC chair urges recanvass of Iowa caucuses amid results delays

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

DNC chair urges recanvass of Iowa caucuses amid results delays

"See this is Steve Dorsey now with the request from the Democratic National Committee chair Tom Peres about the troubled Iowa caucuses on Twitter parens wrote another is enough and called for a re canvas of the results what to assure public confidence it comes after the results were plagued by technical problems and delays the I. would Democratic Party says it's prepared to re canvas results but only if requested by a presidential

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Correspondent Steve Dorsey North Korea has launched more short range missiles more from correspondent Deborah path to the third round of north Korean missiles was five from what appears to be a new launch sites according to South Korea the short range missiles traveled about a hundred and thirty six miles and were unusually foss say analysts north Korean leader Kim Jong has been flexing his muscles ahead of a planned ministry drilled by the U. S. and South Korea the US is moving forward to section one of Iran's top officials foreign minister Javad Zarif here CBS news state department reporter Christina were Feeney ministrations as the roof as more than a spokesperson for the Iraqi regime he's its chief propaganda minister and as such is complicit in the region's bad behavior and nothing's enough according to the White House and it was time to take action but this is a controversial decision especially inside the state department where there are concerns that designating a foreign diplomat could compromise possible future negotiations and lead to reciprocal measures against Americans including possibly secretary of state Mike Pompeii out the reef responded on Twitter saying the move doesn't affect him the US is offering to nearly have the number of American troops in Afghanistan in negotiations with the Taliban meanwhile a new report on the country paints a fairly gloomy picture CBS news correspondent candy McCormick reports from the Pentagon in his latest quarterly report to Congress the inspector general for Afghanistan says the number of Afghan security forces is at its lowest level since twenty fifteen part of that is due to changes in the way troops are counted but they're down more than forty thousand from just last year the new numbers come as the trump administration looks at ways to reduce the American presence in Afghanistan which military officials have warned could leave the overstretched Afghan forces vulnerable Italy focused again on another murder case involving Americans more from CBS news correspondent set down in Rome swarmed by media Finnigan elders father Easton arrived at the prison saying nothing I'll tell you his son is confessed investigators say to killing kind of bin yeti officer Mario church Telerate got was stabbed eleven times following a botched drug deal and extortion attempt allegedly carried out by elder in.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Is Steve Dorsey is live with the latest and there's no sign of Costa will resign at a news conference he's defending his decision to help broker a two thousand eight plea deal with apps dean avoiding federal prosecution on charges he molested teenage girls but guaranteeing jail time in a requirement he register as a sex offender letting him walk leading what the state attorney was ready to to go forward would have been absolutely awful CBS news has confirmed president trump spoke yesterday with the cost of encouraging him to arrange this press conference Pam a federal appeals court has thrown out Maryland NDC's lawsuit the claim president trump was violating the constitution's emoluments clause my profiting from his Washington hotel CBS Stephen Portnoy attorneys general of Maryland and the district of Columbia argue the trump hotel a few blocks from the White House attracts foreign officials customers who they argue what otherwise have stated different properties in town but a three judge panel of the fourth circuit court of appeals composed entirely of Republican appointees has thrown out the suit finding the jurisdictions like standing to sue a separate case brought by democratic lawmakers is still pending in the DC circuit court president trump has signed an executive order designed to help Americans with kidney disease organ procurement organizations are going to have rules which really insure available kidneys and that they reach waiting patients as quickly as possible governor John bel Edwards has declared an emergency.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:34 min | 1 year 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 NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. As the weather warms up more folks are heading outside, and they're likely bringing back home ticks, some carrying Lyme disease. Dr John Alcott is director of the Johns Hopkins lime disease clinical research center in Baltimore. Tell me what line disease and how it affects a person bacteria gets into the skin through the tick bite, where causes an infection, and that infection causes many of the time, but not always a characteristic round red skin lesion, and if not treated at that, early stage, it can then spread to other organs in the body caused very serious illness, that affects the joints, the nervous system carefully, the heart and it is Steig nosed early. True Fanta, bikes, and is curable infectious disease. I've heard some folks say that they have gone years living with. This disease and never knew they had, it is it hard to diagnose if the characteristic rashes there that early stage than most people should be able to be diagnosed. But twenty to thirty percent of people don't have the rash. Then it can be difficult to diagnose what's the best way to prevent this. So that's really important prevent is we don't wanna scare people from going outside and enjoy the outside, but there's certain precautions to take the most important art aware the proper clothing people should wear long pants and shoes and socks and the clothing can be treated with a compound called permit throw. And then you also treat your skin with different repellents to try to repel, the ticks, those are the kind of routines that we wanna teach people, I want to ask you about the state of funding and research progress online disease, is it meeting, the same kind of standards that you would find for other diseases. I think many in the research community believed that there's more research funding. I think the patients would agree because this is. Is an expanding epidemic. There's over three hundred thousand new cases of Lyme disease every year. And there's very little research funding right now for addressing the clinical questions remain, especially around the questions of prolong symptoms or chronic symptoms with disease area, receives very little funding warning about Lyme disease in what to do to prevent it with Johns Hopkins specialist. Dr John Alcott. Thank you. Thank you. You might be doing more harm than good and using dietary supplements to fight dementia. Forget vitamin B R E capsules fish oil or multi complex up laments. All those magic pills that supposedly help protect you against dementia evidence to show that he's, I actually, to reduce of dementia. In fact, we know that in high doses, they can be home footed..

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:32 min | 1 year 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 WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"She BS Steve Dorsey, President Trump became agitated with his administration's inability to control the flow of migrants at the border. Nielsen to had become frustrated by what she saw was an indifferent. Congress sources say Nielsen also dealt with meddling from top White House aides, but it's unclear how or even if her acting successor customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan will be able to overcome the same obstacle in. The president has also today ordered the firing of secret service director Randolph Alice. The US is getting tougher with Iran announcing the Tehran's revolutionary guard is now been designated a foreign terrorist organization secretary of state, Mike Pompeo Islamic republic's revolutionary guard corps has actively engaged in terrorism and created supported and directed other terrorist groups the. Masquerades as a legitimate military organization. But none of us should be fooled. The designation could have significant military diplomatic and economic implications throughout the Middle East. There's a hearing today in Florida for the Chinese woman arrested at the president's mar-a-lago club hearing to determine if you Jing Jong should remain in custody CBS's Manuel Bojorquez, according to federal prosecutors John claimed she was meeting a friend named Charles at mar Lago for an event organized by the United Nations Chinese American association that group was reportedly founded by a man named Charles Lee. According to the Miami, Herald Lee and another woman, Cindy Yang often promoted events at mar-a-lago as a way for China's elites to gain access to the President Trump's futures considered. John a flight risk emissions.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 1 year 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 | 1 year 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 Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"I'm Steve Dorsey and Ueno's Irish Argentina at the G twenty presidential began his day. Greeting Argentine president Mauricio Macri. For many years. A very young, man. In just moments. The president will join Mexico's and Ricky NATO and Canada's Justin Trudeau to sign a revamped NAFTA deal. The president is also preparing for sideline meetings with world leaders. Mr. Trump has cancelled his meeting with Vladimir Putin over tensions in Ukraine. He also doesn't plan to meet with Saudi Arabian prince, Mohammad bin Salman, who's accused of ordering the killing of Saudi dissident Jamal kashogi. Instead bin Salman will meet with other world leaders, including turkeys, president and British Prime Minister Theresa may. I'm Steve Dorsey in Buenos Aires now with more CBS news. Here's Deborah Rodriguez. Or just in from Marriott about a major breach. At at Starwood hotels. The company says personal information from about half a billion guests may have been exposed Marriott says an unauthorized person copied at encrypted Email addresses passport and credit card numbers as far back as twenty fourteen three people are dead after a high-speed border. Troll chase near San Diego. Officer Travis Garo says a pickup truck trying to get past patrol agents gunned dick and flipped over did. Actually, spike strip the vehicle. The vehicle went probably about twenty twenty five feet up that abatement and subsequently rolled over. There were two people in the cab nine hidden in the bed. I deputy US marshals serving a felony arrest warrant has been shot and killed outside a home in Tucson the suspected gunman is under arrest. Police chief Chris Magnus. Implies.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Correspondent Steve Dorsey. A TV hit coming to the big screen. Been suffering from breaking bad withdrawal. Hold on. Bryan. Cranston is confirming that there's a two hour movie connected to the series in the works though. He's not sure he'll be in it. He says he hasn't read the script yet and his character. Walter white might not be part of the story. But Cranston says he'd absolutely returned to the character. The spin off is set to start shooting in New Mexico under the codename Greenbrier later this month, Alison, keys, CBS news. Forty eight hours correspondent, Tracy Smith is back this weekend with an emotional story about a brilliant Ivy league student allegedly killed because he was gay and Jewish Tracy. What happened raise Bernstein who? As you mentioned was a brilliant student at the university of Pennsylvania with home here in southern California for the holidays, and he went missing and after an exhaustive. Search police found his body in a local park, and it turns out that he went to the park with a guy he knew from highschool named Sam Woodward, and it Sam Woodward was charged with his murder at. Turns out that blaze was stabbed multiple times. And as investigators gathered evidence, they learned that Woodward had ties to a Nazi group called atom often and blaze was Jewish and gay and now Sam has been charged with a blazes murder and with I hate crime enhancement. Detectives believes that blaze was killed because he was gay. So do you think blaze was targeted? That's a good question. The DA does think he's found hundreds of images of hate on SAM's cell phone and on his computer. And he does think that there's enough evidence to prove that he was targeted that he was killed because he was gay. Now, you ought to talk to blazes parents. What was that like genie and Gideon Bernstein are an amazing couple shortly after they found out that blaze had been murdered brutally murdered. They started this campaign called blaze it forward, which basically is about fighting hate with love. They just encourage people all over the country all over the world to do random acts of kindness. Whether it's giving to charity or just buying somebody that you normally wouldn't talk to a Cup of coffee to fight with kindness. And it's amazing watching this takeoff plays. It forward has become an entire movement. What's the status of the trial or investigation? It looks like the trial. It's likely to happen at the end of next year right now. Sam Woodward was arrested. He was charged with murder, and then recently, they added this hate crime enhancement, there might be more charges and the trials likely to happen by the end of next year correspondent, Tracy Smith could talk with you. Thanks very much. You can get forty eight hours on Saturday nights on CBS television or stream at anytime on CBS all access a new reason to deck the halls early. A study in the journal of environmental psychology suggests that the sooner you put out your Christmas decorations. The happier you'll be people feel like the minute. Halloween goes down I decorate for Christmas and they loved that. It's a tradition for them. It does make them happy. Amy Dickson clinical psychologist at LSU health sciences center says it may induce warm and fuzzy feelings about childhood experiences. The study also claims that people to decorate the outside of their homes, I viewed as friendlier and more approachable.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"And real estate donations immigration politics. Republicans want strong borders and the run up to the midterms has Democrats. Try to flip the election map Democrats are trying to drive up mushroom. Doozy. Azam as they can later apps targeting kids with that the age of four or five the really vulnerable to marketing messages and now from the Capital One Bank studios in the CBS news Washington bureau, here's correspondent Steve Dorsey. Let's start this weekend with the midterm elections. As the president tries to amplify immigration politics to encourage Republicans vote. Republicans want strong borders, no crime. No chaos and no caravan. As caravans from Central America make their way toward the US border. The president announced he's finalizing a plan that would require immigrants seeking asylum to present themselves at a legal port of entry under this plan. The illegal aliens will no longer get a free pass into our country by lodging meritless claims in seeking asylum. He says immigrants will be held indefinitely in massive tent cities. The president has ordered more than five thousand active-duty troops to the southwest border and says he's authorized them to use lethal force if migrants throw rocks like they did at the Mexico Guatemala border. We will consider that a firearm. Consider it a rifle claims of asylum have spiked in recent years, and there was a backlog of more than eight hundred thousand cases, pending an immigration court. Generally, only about twenty percent of asylum seekers are approved to stay Nicole Killian CBS news, the White House. Expect to hear more about fry. This jobs report on the campaign trail from Republicans and the president just relates.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"I'm Steve Dorsey vowel from Britain to fight back against Russia. The head of Britain's electronic spy agency vows to retaliate against what he calls the brazen. Kremlin for the Novacek nerve agent attack on former double agent and his daughter in Salisbury England. Jeremy Fleming says G C H Q will deploy the full range of tools to counter the Russian threat. The British government reportedly plans to target the GRU the Russian military intelligence agency with offensive cyber warfare Britain claims the GRU carried out the attempted assassination. Larry Miller CBS news London. More than a dozen people are dead after. An earthquake struck Japan's northernmost island of Hokkaido Thursday. More from CBS news reporter Lucy craft in Tokyo, this came in the middle of the night local time people were asleep. A lot of people probably were killed as they were sleeping. Mexican authorities have discovered at least one hundred sixty six bodies in a mass grave in Veracruz. CBS news. Reporter Adrienne Bard has more from Mexico City. The exact location of the mass grade hasn't been revealed for security reasons, it is the second largest grade of this kind found in the state of Veracruz in recent years that state has become known as the place where drug traffickers, execute and bury those who refuse to cooperate many of the victims are believed to be migrants from Central America underway to the United States. The Catholic diocese in New York. State say they're reviewing civil subpoenas by the attorney general there into the sexual abuse of children. It comes after pope Francis spoke out recently. About the scandal. See links. A year. Silence and prayer. That's what pope Francis recommended to followers Monday at a daily mass as a response to those who only seek scandal who seek only division who seek only destruction even within the family, but he's comments come after a former Vatican official archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano claims the pope was aware of sexual abuse allegations against former Washington cardinal Theodore McCarrick for five years before asking him to resign in July. Silence in prayer clearly isn't enough for some Catholics a protest are interrupted Washington archbishop Donald wall Sunday mass as the cardinal asks for loyalty to the pope world himself came under fire after Pennsylvania grand jury report last month revealed more than three hundred Catholic priests abuse more than one thousand children over seventy years across six state diocese. World oversaw the Pittsburgh diocese during the time several abuses occurred, but he was not accused of misconduct. We spoke with the cardinal last month, which is operatives need to do. The Catholic church. There was an abuse to many abuses, but I think for being dealt with the we just saw here was an extremely rapid response by pope Francis. University of Birmingham theology. Professor Candida moss discontent an ill feeling in. The judge has gotten to such a fever pitch that people are discussing this as a potential member of civil war in the American church. In a statement cardinal world said pope Francis is the object of a concentrated attack. So far pope Francis has not responded directly to the gunwales allegations. Nikki Batiste CBS news, New York. Investigators are probing how a fire started Sunday in Brazil's national museum and Rio de Janeiro that destroyed millions of priceless artifacts firefighters have been carrying chart items out of the museum trying to rescue. What remains local officials say it's likely that most of the museums. Twenty million artifacts were destroyed when the museum went up in flames on Sunday, the museum how Latin America's largest collection of historical artifacts, including a skull believed to be eleven thousand years old and a number of addiction mummies..

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Steve dorsey a new warning from the fbi the many folks using the internet here's correspondent john schumann guest room like millions of americans elissa dominates has a router the unit that brings internet service to the devices in her home routers come in all shapes and sizes but the government says hundreds of thousands have been infected with malware now i'm kind of freaking really worried john the fbi recently put out a public service announcement saying the malware is able to perform multiple functions including possible information collection device exploitation and blocking network traffic they can spy on you ed straws is the former head of new york city's fbi computer crime squad he says the infection could give hackers access to personal information or even allow them to disable the router they can even wipe it out or cause it to work longer the fbi has already identified how the hackers got into the routers now the agency is asking everyone to do a reboot so by turning it off and on it resets in a way that allows the fbi to identify the devices that were infected unless a rebooted hers by unplugging it for five seconds hopefully that'll do the job the reboot should also destroy part of the malware experts say you also need to create a new strong password for your router john shoe cbs news new york new research on sunscreen first time mom jessica goldstein keeps fivemonthold l louise out of the.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Steve dorsey cbs news washington kyw news time one thirty five with pennsylvania's midterm primary in the rear view mirror what lessons can new jersey take as the stairs as the state prepares for its own primary visit three weeks david madden spoke with a political observer in the garden state three candid there are few political links between the two states pennsylvania leans republican new jersey democrat but there are a couple of national trends to watch according to bend working at the royan institute for public policy and citizenship one women now more involved and not to be taken lightly in the political arena and then there's general democratic disdain for all things washington these days but working says successful candidates need to write a fine line they're not talking about trump per se they're talking about the issues they're talking about getting things done they're talking about bipartisanship they're talking about being affected that goes on both sides of the aisle david madden kyw newsradio nolan painting sponsors the eye witness weather five day forecast and after last night's very strong thunderstorms rumbled through the front that brought them in the first place is stalling out and that means that we are stuck with a persistently dreary pattern right through the five day so it's cool and cloudy the rest of today with showers off and on at any time they're generally light to moderate intensity but temperatures are steady and cool certainly by comparison yesterday only in the mid sixties overnight low we drop down to about sixty and still with some showers tomorrow looks essentially the same cloudy again with showers your high up to seventy friday looks the wettest however with rain coming down heavily at times the high hit sixty four degrees through the weekend however we still have showers around the temperature starts to go on an uphill climb saturday we at seventy one we're up to eighty on sunday but again with clouds and showers throughout the span of the weekend and a heads up it looks as though i can't promise a dry day until at least next mid week so this is a prolonged pattern that we're gonna have to get used to with your eyewitness weather forecast i'm cbs three meteorologist katie fehlinger on kyw newsradio virtually six would light showers going down.

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"steve dorsey" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

02:10 min | 2 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 WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"steve dorsey" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Does is used news of news quiz this is steve dorsey cbs news jennifer keiper well let's see what we now let's see we will pay attention i don't know here you go jennifer the line yet offyear elections are being held in some states today named two of them virginia new jersey good job any others brandon i'll sued pennsylvania new york main and ohio k i'll say hawaii okay new york maine in ohio how say montana or virginia new jersey the okay so the good job guys job done for england that lindan linda number one the gunman who killed twenty six people at a small town tests small town texas church was able to buy weapons because witch military branch did not submit his criminal his feet to the fbi as required by military brothels engineer forty four right and they said he launched an investigation at find out why that didn't happen let's let's was doing some pretty bad stuff now i need them more staff keeps coming up as we go along yeah the latest now a sheriff is looking into light 2013 and allegation against him are there was worthy in 2012 escaped from a mental facility run and then was caught at a bus station later so a lot of stuff started trickling out here mmhmm the icing a little different for you guys if you know line okay okay wide variety the spice of blood so here's number three now it's time to play president trump so we're in asia is who do or is it tell you i let me play one more time because ice and he sounds like the guy from sling blade ready fraser trump man i used to love in the world is carmen sales zooming new may scale drew brees who hair in asia is president trump now.

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