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Stocks resume upward march a day after snapping of Dow, S&P win streaks
"And this is Steve Will investor insights was steeple Chief investment Officer Michael O'Keefe. Michael Stocks finally moved lower yesterday. How did the day unfolded? How did the segments of the markets we've been discussing? End up well, Pat stocks open the day in positive territory, but then fell late in the day into negative territory. The broad market. Dow Jones Total Market Index ended down 0.8% continue in a recent trend. Smaller company stocks is measured by the Russell 2000 did a little better than a broad market and tech stocks is measured by the NASDAQ did a bit worse. Investors are really focused on Big Tech, which has been a strong performer for most of the year. We got some
Miami-Dade school board one vote away from reviewing county's relationship with FHSAA
"In school. Well, that is up in the air, at least in Miami Dade School board members this afternoon tackling tough topics, including whether the district should withdraw from the state's official governing board or school sports vice chair needs one more vote during today's school board meeting to direct the superintendent to review Miami Dade's relationship with the Florida High School Athletic Association and consider possibly teaming up with another association or none at all. Dr Steve Galan says it wouldn't affect the sports themselves. The overall structure will not impede students and schools ability to compete and participate. He believes it's about finding the best options for a competition. Equity and economics Board members will also discuss Corona virus topics, including testing, Internet safety and hurricane preparedness. Air Caradhras Guess
Train Derails in Northeastern Scotland, Called ‘Extremely Serious Incident’ by Officials
"Train derailment this morning in northern Scotland has left at least one person dead and more people with serious injuries. There have been reports of major flooding in the area. That could be dead linked to the deadly crash. Video from the scene shows smoke billowing from the train and numerous overy emergency vehicles. They're responding
Kanye West qualifies as presidential candidate in Arkansas
"Kanye West will appear. In the Arkansas ballot as an independent presidential candidate. Arkansas Secretary of State John Thurston confirmed that West submitted at least 1000 valid signatures from registered voters. He also made the ballot in Oklahoma and Colorado lawyers and activists with Republican ties have been involved in getting west on the ballot in Arkansas and other
Sumner Redstone, Media Mogul, Dies at 97
"Died at the age of 97. The chairman emeritus of Viacom, CBS, began his career in the family business and held on when times were tough. Correspondent Steve K. K. Finn Finn Finn has has has has Mohr Mohr Mohr Mohr Sumner Sumner Sumner Sumner Redstone Redstone Redstone Redstone survived survived survived survived a a a a hotel hotel hotel hotel fire fire fire fire in in in in 1979 1979 1979 1979 by by by by clinging clinging clinging clinging to to to to 1/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 floor floor floor floor window window window window with with with with one one one one badly badly badly badly burned burned burned burned hand. hand. hand. hand. I I wasn't wasn't supposed supposed to to live live on on the the first first night. night. And And I I was was never never supposed supposed to to want. want. Redstone Redstone credited credited his his full full recovery recovery to to his his passion passion to to win. win. In In that that case, case, he he beat beat death. death. But But for for most most of of his his career, career, he beat out his competitors. Redstone began by running his father's company of drive in theaters through investing acquisitions and corporate battles. He became a billionaire media mogul whose family is now the major shareholder of Viacom. CBS. His daughter, Shari Redstone, is chairwoman of Viacom. CBS again Sumner Redstone has died. He was 97. CBS News Special
"steve important" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"To get your security deposit back. You have to rewind all the videos. It's time to check in now with Steve Important Ally in Washington or CBS News, White House correspondent Steve Good Morning Good Morning is a former blockbuster customer service representative myself in South Brunswick, New Jersey, I was thinking about the late fee jokes but anyway. Yeah, And how often do people bring back? The video's not rewound number those days? Not as often as you think. We're rewinding video of it like how it did this of Kamala Harris and Joe Biden at the primary debates and, Ah That is definitely a very interesting thing to watch. As you see the two come together now as a ticket. And you know, a lot has been made of the history. I mean, this is the first time a woman of color has been chosen as a VP nominee, Kamala Harris was elected to the Senate four years ago from California served previously is that state's attorney general and as the district attorney in San Francisco. She is the third woman first Black American to serve as a presidential candidates running mate, also the first Asian American in that position two decades younger than Biden, who hopes to be the oldest man elected president. He will turn 78. In November. Kamala Harris, about 55 they appear together for the first time is a ticket today in Wilmington, Delaware. So based on what you saw at the debate, so we also at the debates was that something that should be cause for concern for the Democratic Party and elation for the Republicans? Well, I think here's what I think. I think that Joe Biden made a conventional choice. In choosing comma Harris she's generally seen as a moderate Democrat, even though the president Is going to try to paint her as a radical leftist. That was a playbook and a series of attacks that they're prepared they were prepared to make against anyone of Joe Biden's choices. Kamala Harris is someone who enjoys wide esteem across the Democratic Party. She brings, as I noted an ailment of history to this as the first black American to service of VP nominee on DH, So this is going to be an interesting debate that she's going to have with Mike Pence. The president said yesterday that she is someone who would raise taxes and slash military spending. And he seemed particularly offended by the way that Kamala Harris question then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh over the sexual assault allegations in 2018. Steve important. Oi, CBS News, White House correspondent Informer Blockbuster video clerk in South Brunswick, New Jersey. Hey, you gotta get a picture of Ah, your your badge or whatever, and posted on instagram. I'm sure you still have it If I know you somewhere somewhere, dig it up. 8 48 sponsored by cars for kids, Traffic.
Media mogul Sumner Redstone dies at 97
"Mogul Sumner Redstone has died at the age of 97. His holding company confirmed the death but didn't give a cause. Redstone made a fortune operating movie theaters. In New England before moving into media ownership late in life, making his fortune even bigger. He bought Viacom, Paramount Pictures and CBS. The Empire he leaves behind includes media giant Viacom, CBS and its library of pop culture pop culture titles. From rug rats to Titanic,
Many Will County, Chicago Communities Remain Without Power A Day After Storms
"Could be a big problem for many communities in Chicago for the next several days after Monday's big storms. Comment says 212,000 customers are still without power power across across northern northern Illinois. Illinois. 33,000 33,000 of of those those Are Are in in Chicago. Chicago. Another Another 37,000 37,000 in in will will county county about about 17,000 17,000 in in DuPage DuPage County, County, Lombard in Elmhurst are among some of the hardest hit areas. Comment says it's working round the clock and calling in crews from other states to help make repairs. Tony Scala
Chicago firefighters, Lightfoot agree on tentative short-term contract with $95 million in back pay
"Lightfoot Lightfoot in in the the Chicago Chicago Firefighters union have agreed on a tentative short term contract. That includes $95 million in back pay obedience, Pam Jones reports. The plan calls for firefighters to contribute 1.5% mohr of their pay toward their healthcare. Retirees would also have to pay more of their retirement annuity toward their medical benefits. The deal would expire next summer. Union members still have to sign it, and the city Council still needs to approve it.
New York - Nets 108, Magic 96: Brooklyn Improves to 5-2 in NBA Restart
"In the Orlando bubble. They beat the Magic Today 108 96. They will play Game one of the playoffs next week against Toronto. The Islanders open up their Stanley Cup playoffs on Wednesday afternoon, the quarter final round of the playoffs. At least they'll play Game one against capitals. Tomorrow. Astros hitting
Egg producer accused of quadrupling prices amid pandemic
"One of the nation's largest egg producers for allegedly price gouging during the pandemic. New York Attorney General Tous James announcing today a lawsuit against the Hillendale farms. Saying they made about $4 million illegally by increasing the price of their eggs in March and April. Those eggs were often sold in grocery stores in low income communities. Lawsuit seeks restitution from Hillandale for those customers who were forced to pay higher prices for a central food. James says her office learned of the alleged price gouging after receiving complaints from customers.
Republican Thomas Gilmer drops out of 2nd District race after arrest
"On this primary day in Connecticut, a congressional candidate has ended his campaign after he was arrested for domestic assault. Wethersfield Police arrested Thomas Gilmer last night. The 29 year old Republican says he will now work to clear his name. GOP and endorse Gilmer over his primary opponent, Justin Anderson, the lieutenant colonel of the Connecticut Army National Guard who served two tours in
Russia’s accelerated COVID-19 vaccine greeted with alarm as experts say Phase 3 trial is essential
"Suzie and Lee on the hope and the skepticism in the race to be the first in the world to have one approved, Russian President Vladimir Putin declared victory. Yeah, Yeah, with with this this easier, easier, he he told told government government officials officials on on Tuesday. Tuesday. I I know know the the vaccine vaccine works works fairly fairly effectively effectively form form stable stable immunity, immunity, and and I I repeat repeat it it has has gone gone through through all all the the necessary necessary checks. But many in the global health community are skeptical. There are concerns researchers ignored standard safeguards to speed up development at the White House. Kellyanne Conway offered up a dose of doubt doesn't seem based on these reports out of Russia that they're in that type of things where you were actually doing clinical trials, human trials, CBS's Dr David Vegas right now it's almost a political statement. Right. There is no test that shows that this protects anybody from covert 19. Russia says it expects large scale production beginning next month, CBS News update. I'm Steve he's 11.
‘AGT’ goes live without injured Simon Cowell, without an audience — and with a surprising new judge
"Clarkson is going to fill in for Simon Cowell's on America's Got talent. This week, Kelly will temporarily replace Simon as a judge on the NBC talent competition while he recovers from back his back injury that after taking that nasty spill on his electric bike over the weekend. Kelly Clarkson says she's going to appear as a guest judge during tonight and tomorrow night's live shows on America's Got talent.
No App Needed: All Android Users in Calif. to Get Earthquake Alerts
"Warning at the my shake up, you've been able to download this thing for, I guess about a year now for both the IOS and Android smartphone operating systems, But as of now, android phones will ship preloaded with my shake out. The governor's Office of Emergency Services says it's teamed up with Google to build The quake alerts right into any phone that runs the android operating system that might shake gap, among other things, uses data from seismic sensors to send early warnings to areas were shaking is expected to reach a certain level of intensity. The idea is to give people at least a few seconds advanced notice before they're hit by a major earthquake. Hey, CBS NEWS time. 8 43 Steve with
Robin Williams' daughter Zelda slams Eric Trump for sharing clip of comedian joking about Biden
"Williams, the daughter of Lake Comedy Legend Robin Williams attacked President Trump's son Eric trump over the weekend. This while after Eric tweeted an old video of her father mocking Joe. Biden. Eric Trump tweeted robin. Williams, just savages Joe Biden and shared the clip in which the comedian poke fun at Biden Zelda responded in a tweet writing. While we're reminiscent to further your political agenda, you should look up what he said about your dad I did promise you. It's much more savage. She Ned gentle reminder that the dead can't vote but the living can.
Kelly Clarkson to Fill in for Simon Cowell on ‘America’s Got Talent’ After His Back Surgery
"Going to Are we doing? Simon call Now. How is Simon called doing? I should say. Well, all things considered, he's okay but he broke his back. So you know where the weekend He broke his wealth blowing up his electric bike. That's right. He got an electric bike, which goes up to 60 miles per hour was his first time riding it and he decided to Papa Willie in the electric bike fell off of it. It had to have surgery because he broke his back. He has rods and his best, but he's OK. Thanks. What? What? What's up for him in the weeks ahead. I mean, Recovery. Physical therapy is going to be unbelievable. It's going to be unbelievable. If you remember a few years ago, he actually took a really bad and fall identified affairs and had to have therapy for that he was supposed to start. Oh, no, never thought you would say that. That's why I made note of it. Yeah, but now he's in recovery. He thinks his nurses and doctors, but he was supposed to start when the Americans got talent again, and obviously we can't do that. So who's what's going to happen? America's got talent because American good little it's talent. America will never lose its talent show was on And stepping in for him. It's Kelly Clarkson. Of course, she has her talk show, but the two go way back and she's American Idol winner. She's fine, and she's stepping in. I'm sure she'll be much nature judge than he is.
New York Islanders draw Washington Capitals in NHL playoffs first round
"In a couple of days, head coach Barry Trotz coy about facing his former team. Uh, think it'll be a hell of a series of both things Air Well equipped gods led the caps to a Stanley Cup two years ago. However, he resigned from the team A few weeks later after not being able to agree on a contract extension. Defenseman Johnny Boy check is highly
"steve important" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"AH Harvard Disease expert is urging the federal government to rethink how it approves Corona virus testing. He says low cost rapid tests could be critical for significantly slowing the spread, and you might have to look only to your mailbox for them are suburban bureau chief came unable to use Jim Millward explains. Harvard professor of epidemiology Michael Mina says the mistake we've made since the start of the pandemic. We keep trying to take diagnostic tests and use them for public health surveillance, he says, using those diagnostic tests like the PCR nasal swabs for mass surveillance Is just clogging up the labs and not really telling us anything useful about the spread. But I would like to see happen is to start using testing out of the diagnostic realm and as a true public health tool to break transmission chains. For example, he says, paper strips that could be less than a dollar each and mailed out in bundles to everyone so they could test it home each morning for 1/10 of the recent stimulus. We could get one of these tests and everybody's and every single day for months or a year, he says. The technology is there but the way the FDA approves testing Is preventing it from going forward. He says. He's getting more and more support to get that changed. Even if just a majority of people use the test daily. He says it could stop the outbreaks and and unneeded and expensive quarantines in isolation. Of people who are not infectious at the suburban bureau Jim Mel work inevitable you news radio states are considering whether they can afford President Trump's plan to extend additional unemployment benefits is help during the pandemic. His executive order require states to kick in 1/4 of the funds, and it's unclear whether states have the money or the will to do it. But the president also asserts he has the authority to defer payroll taxes as Democrats and some Republicans point to the congressional power of the purse is outlined in the Constitution. Senator Ben Sasse, the Republican from Nebraska, called President Trump's move unconstitutional slop. Here's correspondent Steve Important Way Under the President's payroll tax order would be up to employers to decide whether to stop withholding the 6.2% Social Security tax from paychecks unless a new law is passed, those deferred taxes would be owed back next year. President's directive only applies to those making less than $104,000 a year in order to receive the new federal unemployment benefit. States would have to first agree to put up with $100 weekly match before $300 would flow from the disaster relief fund. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin, have said they're open to restarting negotiations on another Corona virus relief package. Discussion's over 1/5 bill to address the impact of the pandemic fell apart Friday and prompted these executive actions from President Trump. 30 wait. Now one woman is dead and several homes have been leveled in a natural gas explosion in Baltimore. At least four people seriously hurt. Rescuers are looking for survivors in the wreckage. City Council member Isaac Shleifer lives in the neighborhood. The breeze actually flew.
The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd
"Everybody. This is Dr Grant from the Radio Adventures of Dr Floyd initiated Dr Floyd from the Radio Adventures of Roy, did you have a good vacation Dr Floyd is your did you I certainly did it was a great time? Did you check for takes? But we just went to six flags over super soggy sugar. Lake, we stayed in a hotel the whole time. Well, that's true. Checker bedbugs to then. All Right Hey, look our voicemail machine is full of messages. Jerry's Dr Grant. You know everybody must have called us at eight, one, eight, three, three, two, three, zero, five, three, you obvious that I was reading that yeah. Here's our first voicemail. Okay. Hi Dr. Floyd Mornings Elche and. I'm ten years old and. I was wondering and one of the episodes. For Him Christie and. Ensign. Temporary got married. But in another episode you guys said that basically there was no big. Time. Bay Street. Now, I was wondering wouldn't diversity And also is another question that I have. How in the world did Dr Steve. Needs, fidget. Thanks bye they tell the show that's pretty smart of you to figure out that day thing you know I didn't realize you wouldn't a date for their wedding. Oh Yeah. Temporary. Did that on purpose? Really Yeah. That way he won't get in trouble if he ever forget their wedding anniversary Oh, that's interesting. Yeah. But don't tell flight attendant Christie doesn't know. Oh, well, don't worry I won't. Okay. Well, you know the next part of the WHO are you text messaging nobody just continue all right well, the next part of the. Getting here right now. You didn't just text message that a flight attendant Christie did you Dr Floyd what? No I wouldn't do that. All right. Well, the next part of the voicemail asked how did Dr Steven Fidget me do you Dr Floyd. Actually Dr Steve went to sidekick matchup dot com. What is sidekick matchup dot com. Oh boy just great website you can go to if you need a new sidekick. You've never been there have you Dr Floyd. Oh. Of course not I wouldn't go there but you said it was a great website. Yeah I. Imagine it would be if you needed a new side gate, let's say you know your current shade cake is getting on your nerves talking about your small head end Not Minding his own business example. All right. Well, here's our next voicemail. You sure you haven't been there no, no hypothetically had. Good calling how much I love your show and? Really need I think that you should catch him? Come away for good because. He. Very. needs to be locked up into. Okay. Thanks Levy show again. Yeah. You'RE RIGHT JESSICA DR Steve Really is a bad person and if we could catch him, we would put him in jail attis very slippery character. He's always trying to weasel way out of getting caught on not only that he rarely takes a bath so he's literally very slippery. That's true. All right. Well, here's an next voicemail, floyd, this is Taylor and. Schuyler. and. We want to ask you a question. I don't know you ask a question Okay, Well we love your shows. Well, it's not only a question about be listening to your show and we were wondering when you're GonNa, make like more shows and like I let I especially like the videos they're awesome listening to them all during class because we're allowed to. But yeah. It's awesome Canada and I'm fourteen and my sister which twins. Yeah. Awesome. By there was a very nice call. What do you think Dr Floyd the only way to describe that call was awesome. Yeah, also. Yeah. Oh Oh Ta Um Okay here's the next call to fly how come your head is so small and you know so much by. Okay well, I'm GonNa Answer the second part of that question I. Now, the reason I know so much is because I went to school and I studied very hard.
"steve important" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The life and legacy of Congressman John Lewis, who showed us this more excellent way of life. CBS News Special Report. On that Piper, former Republican presidential candidate turned Trump supporter Herman Cain has died of the Corona virus for which he was hospitalized. Ever attending the president rally in tall tha correspondent Steve Important, Lawrence's Kane tied his presidential campaign to his record and business. Cain served as the chief executive of Godfather's pizza for 10 years from 1986 to 1996. Is run for president in 2012 is best remembered for his push for a 9% across the board income sales and corporate tax, which he called 999 Kane ultimately left the race amid accusations of sexual harassment by former employees. Accusations he denied. Herman Cain was 74. The death of former President Kennedy. Herman Cain, from the groan of IRS is a reminder that there is a significant high risk population in the United States. Herman Cain what the President Donald Trumps rally Intel so Fictions of Cain showed him sitting right next to other people. No masks. A few days later, he had the virus. Here's Dr David Egos. You know Herman Cain with 74 years old. That puts him it significantly Iris for complications to the virus. He was African American. That put him in a significant risk of complications for the virus, and we all have to take You know concerns for ourselves, especially when we're higher risk. The problem is, if you look at the United States of America, now close to 60% of people are quote higher risk. So we are a large nation. We are a nation that has not controlled their sugar. So we have lots of diabetes. We are a nation of significant people that are elderly..
"steve important" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"19. Now that suggests they called covert from aerosols, which can travel upwards for other people's breath or coughs or sneezes, rather than from droplets, which travelled down. The findings come after scientists from the World Health Organization recently admitted there's emerging evidence that the Corona virus can be spread in the air. A lot more than we previously thought. Man is wanted in Irwindale for Sucker punching. A 61 year old man at a gas station led to serious brain injuries for that man. He was in a narco. Early July 12th The Honda Pilots rolled up passenger got out Irwindale Police Sergeant Rudi get hotels connects passenger in the older man talk to each other before the passenger punched the older man in the face, causing him to fall. He hit his head on the concrete. Unfortunately, we're not sure what transpired if there was what the relationship between the suspect and the victim are, if any, If something preceded this that might have led to this altercation or what Cause them to exchange words Since the older man hasn't been able to talk to detectives about what happened on a pilot was found not the attacker. You can see the surveillance video and a description of the attacker on our website can extend 70 dot com. California has filed a 92 Rather it's 92nd lawsuit. It's 92nd lawsuit against the Trump administration. There's been a lot of the estate alleges the president is trying to keep millions of immigrants from counting towards California's federal benefits and legislative influence. There is no citizenship question On these Census questionnaire. However, the president has issued a memo that says undocumented immigrants will not be counted. Unclear how that will be carried out. If you haven't already complete your form, he COUNTY, California We believe everyone counts. California's attorney general heavier Bashira sees it as an attempt to intimidate undocumented immigrants do not succumb to the bark l. A city attorney Mike your asses census returns or way down, and he believes this is partly the reason primary job is to political power away from jurisdictions that have many immigrants to those locations. That don't time to answer a few questions that are the census has been extended till the end of October. Craig figure can extend 70 NewsRadio. Whitehouse still defy incidents effort to limits DACA protections month after the Supreme Court said the administration couldn't wind down DACA on the timetable that it wants in the White House has taken new steps. Last month, the Supreme Court ruled 5 to 4 that the administration acted in an arbitrary and capricious way to scrap Daka. Now renewing its effort to eliminate the program. The White House aims to build a case that deferred action for childhood arrivals has served as a magnet for illegal border crossings. Going forward. Doctor renewals will be for only one year, not two. New applications from people who were previously too young to apply. Will be rejected. Correspondent Steve Important 3 50.
"steve important" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"News time. Three o'clock I'm Carol Daniel, another collaboration between Lions Choice and an area restaurant. We have traffic weather together for you coming up in 304 But first, a month after the Supreme Court, the Trump administration couldn't wind down DACA protections on the timetable they had sought. The White House is now taking steps to limit those protections. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Important reports. As it continues its efforts to kill Doc of the Trump Administration says it will renew the expiring status of dreamers on a case by case basis for one year instead of two new applications will be rejected. White House official says the new legal rationale for ending the program will focus on its negative effect, in particular how it's thought to serve as a magnet for Maury legal crossings. The Supreme Court ruled last month 5 to 4 that the administration's previous attempts to wind down DACA where arbitrary and capricious a 17 year old is dead following a shooting and Jennings this afternoon, Santos County police report It happened in the 5500 block of Helen. No other details are being released at this time. Police are asking anyone with information to call ST Louis County police. Santos County Health Department reporting 88 new cases of covert 19 today, however, a news release states. The data is incomplete because the health Department identified errors in timely miss and accuracy of the data that it received from private urgent care companies that administer test as an example One urgent care company recently reported 17,700 tests results in two batches over a three day period. Raising concerns about possible duplications and other problems with the data. The Health Department is reviewing the test results, they say, and we'll post them after confirming the accuracy and Children, the data will not be reported. Hey, Malek snooze time 302 current virus concerns, prompting big changes for a major league baseball team. The Florida Bar Linz have put their 2020 season temporarily on hold. After 15 players and two coaches tested positive for covert 19. The team remains quarantined in Philadelphia, where they last played. Major League Baseball is expected to make an announcement with more information later today. Jim Tressel Reporting came walks news time. 303 The Jefferson Bank and Trust Business Desk Lions choices doing another local restaurant collaboration. This one is all about the broth. A special Ramen bowl created in partnership with the new noodle house. The broth is a 50 50 combination of lions choice Zhu and Noodle House is beef. Broth. The Roman dishes also served with lions choice. Roast beef and seasoning topped with green onions and new does Rahman egg. Let's take a look at TheStreet arcs of local interest from Steve will hear senior vice president of Investments Kevin Montagne. Thanks Carol. The market's sold off a little into the clothes today. With the Dow diving to a low five at 3 26,079 SNP lost 2032 18. NASDAQ was down 109 at 10 for 26. Gold was up 17 98 1973 and oil was down 68 sets up 40 92 on the local stocks Interesting and has the Bush him that posited L R 56 at 55 64. Hammer gained 66 cents at 79 67 inspire positive to 62 63 70. She ate it and he was up 40 cents at 29. 69. Boeing positive 63 cents at 1 70 84 17 was negative. 304 60 for 23. Charter gained a dollar, 50 at 5 61 41 member someone down a dollar 14 at 62 27. Signa gained 1/4 1 75 75 There was negative 20 cents at 17 17 Post Holdings gained 20 cents at 88 07 and steeples down a dollar 61 46 72. This has been Kevin Montagne, senior vice president of investments that Steve Remember aside PC in the New York Stock Exchange. For more information on Steve O. Is there are websites people dot com. Down 64 right before you get on to the Poplar Street Bridge. Livelihoods left lanes closed on eastbound, 64 is a mass. It's backed up all the way back to about grand right now. On eastbound 64 she headed into the city West 640.70. Of course, you have the usual roadwork delays. From.
"steve important" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"CNBC the opposite. I don't see this disappearing. The way stars one did. I don't really see us eradicating it. It comes as California just hit the most cases in the country Governor Gavin Newsom sober reminder of why we put in that mask mandate a reminder of why we modified Our opening as it relates to moving activities in the outdoor space is what to do about schools this fall. CBS's Wendy Gillette on a new poll that finds a majority of us think they should not fully reopened. A new poll from The Associated Press find 60% of Americans say a mix of in person and virtual instruction is needed to start the school year. And around 30% don't think kids should return to classrooms at all. Just 8% think schools should open for normal in person instruction. As for masks in schools, nine and 10 Democrats say they're essential. Only about half of Republicans agree. A new poll from the The president announces he's sending federal agents. Two more cities, including Chicago, saying he won't stand by as cities exploded. Violence correspondent Steve Important presidents his leaders in crime plagued city should want him to get involved there too proud or they're too political to do that Operation Legend named for a four year old Kansas City boy recently killed by gun violence. You see hundreds of federal agents sent to that city, Chicago and Albuquerque officials stress it won't seem like Portland, Oregon, where camouflaged police are camped outside the federal courthouse. Attorney General Bill Bar there investigators who will be working to solve murders and to take down the violent gangs that Stephen Portnoy, CBS News Washington, They went to a lake to fish and were killed. Now arrests have been made, says Our gym. Krystle, a two brothers and a woman had been charged with the brutal murders of three best friends who went fishing in central Florida. One of the suspects, 26 year old Tony Wickets, has 230 felony charges and an arrest history that started when he was only 12. Polk County, Florida Sheriff Grady Judd. He's a criminal. He's pure evil in the flash. He's wild and he's out of control. Investigators say. The three trailed one of the victims from the dollar store. A possible motive for the slayings has not been released. Jim Krystle, a CBS know to Annapolis, Maryland, just one place along the East Coast, experiencing severe weather. Sir. Right now. Thunderstorm watch is in effect for many northeastern cities throughout the night. The Dow gained 165 points today. NASDAQ Up 25. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today. Meet Chuck. Now meet Chuck's personal information. Hello, made up of things like account, Loggins Bank info and Chuck Social Security number. Whenever Chuck's shops, banks and browsers online, his info travels all over the World Bulls. You breathe yet exposing it to cyber threats. Well, that's no good. So how is Chuck able to sleep? Because he knows Norton and Lifelock are now part of one company. Norton, 3 60 with Lifelock provides an all in one membership for your cyber safety that gives you device security. Identity theft protection. A VPN for online privacy and more. No one can prevent all cyber crime and identity theft. But Norton, 3 60 with.
"steve important" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Good morning. I'm Kevin Ring Cone. Three things to know what, 8 45 1 protesters who had been camping out at City Hall were cleared out this morning by police. They moved in, and around 3 30 this morning. At least seven people were arrested. Cops say they intend on keeping that area locked down for cleanup could take weeks to later today, Governor Murphy will roll out the state school reopening plan. He offered a preview earlier in the week, saying there will be a mix of remote and in person learning and three a month ago, President Trump was advocating for packed rallies despite the Corona virus. Yesterday, he promoted the use of masks and social distancing. On the news line with a CBS White House correspondent, Steve importantly, Stephen. At one point, the president even acknowledged things we're going to likely get worse here. Yeah, worse before they get better and, you know, talk about social distancing. He says that six feet makes common sense to him. But maybe he should make things who may need a little bit further. Which is you know, Kevin is a far cry from what he was talking about a month ago ahead of his Tulsa rally when he talked about people standing shoulder to shoulder it packed rallies. The president yesterday seemed to acknowledge the reality, which is an implicit acknowledgement on the White House is part that For the last couple of months. He's not yesterday, He took Ah mask out of his pocket and says he has a mask right here, and he'll use it gladly, he says, even though recently he's only used it once, and that was that a visit about a week and 1/2 ago. Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he said it was an appropriate place to wear a mask. He was not wearing one when he went to an intimate fundraiser at his hotel down the street from the White House the other night, the president urged young people to avoid crowded bars. On and on the whole, he seemed to be espousing the advice of the experts. Even though he appeared at the podium solo last night for his 28 minute news conference, the 1st 1 focused on the cove it pandemic in three months. That's the health side of things. There's also the economic side. There's the issue of relief funding Republicans and Democrats, usually not an agreement. That's the case again. What's the president? Advocating for Well, What we have now is is a break between Republicans in Washington you have you have the president who wants to see a payroll tax holiday? That's the 6% tax that both employers and employees pay that from Social Security. The president believes that eliminating that tax will incentivize employers to begin hiring my filling jobs without having to pay that extra 6% tax to funds of security. The other Republicans, however, don't see that is necessarily the right way to go, and Democrats say that's fine for people who are working. But what about the millions who are not? There is disagreement between Democrats and Republicans on the size of a supplement to the weekly unemployment benefits that states of providing, remember it's been $600 a week. That's set to expire at the end of the month. There appears to be emerging consensus that some additional federal supplement has to be added on. But how big it looks like it'll be between two and $400 perhaps on the lower end of that range, And this is something that a Zeiss say the Republicans and Democrats don't see eye to eye on. But it appears necessary that the White House has been worried as as have many Republicans in Congress. And if you pad that unemployment check, it could be a disincentive for people who are looking for work that much. Rather, it seems This is the argument that much rather sit on the couch and collect checks, then go backto work where they might be making less money. Then collecting those bonus checks. One other point, Republicans on Capitol Hill are very interested in seeing some kind of liability protections for businesses. That doesn't seem to be a terribly controversial thing. Even the Democrats say they're not fully on board. With that they understand there are many Democrats who are mindful of the need for small businesses to have legal protections. A lot of moving parts that CBS White House correspondent Steve Important. Oi! It's 8 48 traffic.
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"Your car insurance, which, of course, will go right into the lawn, Progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all states of situations. You're never more than 15 minutes from the big stories on WCBS Morning. I'm Wayne Cabin 8 46 Now there are three things to know. Rose opposes trying something new selling one shoe. Instead of two. We'll help out amputees and people who have different foot size is a second thing of the 20 US metro areas with the highest daily case growth of the virus. Nine of those 20 are in Florida. And in Westchester, a town is the first in the state to require by law that residents wear masks when social distancing isn't possible. Newcastle confined you to 51st offense. 500 after that, That's our third thing to know. Let's pivot now to Washington. Talking about masks and other things. You got CBS News, White House correspondent Steve Important Oil I've Steven. Good Morning. It was the president who was asked about this by CBS News masks and school re openings. And why did he have to say Well. When the president told my colleague Katherine Harris yesterday that it's a mistake for officials, mainly in California to be saying that schools will not be re opening in the fall, he says the parents should see to it that the leaders of the school district's are replaced. The president says that students and parents are in his words dying, not going back to class. The president was also asked by Catherine Herridge about African Americans dying at the hands of police, and here is what he said quote. So are white people. What a terrible question to ask, the president said. So are white people. Mohr. Why people by the way, Mohr white people Now it's true and wrong numbers that because whites are larger percentage of the population. More white people do die in police encounters and black people on an annual basis. But as a percentage of the population blacks are vastly overrepresented in that number. In fact, a Rutgers study last year showed that 2.5 times Is the factor for African American males to be killed in the in the interactions with police versus their white counterparts. So the president's response yesterday to Catherine Herridge races new questions about whether he empathizes. With those who say that the black experience in America since its founding has been to a large extent to be harassed or intimidated by the state and to be subject of violence by the state. The president said. Simply, Well, so are white people. Steven, I don't know if you can answer this question. But we know that CBS News and other organizations have been routinely criticized by the president as being a mainstream organizations that are perpetuating hoaxes, etcetera. Yet he's consenting to interviews. Is there AH White House strategy, Ahmet Well, I think Look the president chooses whom he wants to interact with. The president called on me yesterday at his news conference, where he went on for about 15 minutes in the Rose Garden, mainly railing on Democrats. I asked him if he sees himself as an underdog, losing to Joe Biden. And he said, No, he says that he doesn't believe the polls. The polls, which consistently show that in key states, Joe Biden is leading him, He said. That was the case in 2016 and he surprised the pundits. That's also true in terms of strategy. I'm not sure there is a clear one. The president very obviously prefers to engage with interviewers who he sees as People who are perhaps more inclined to be supporters of his or to be friendly to him. Warfare in the case of Steve Important, Thank you, Stephen. Let's get the traffic and weather together. Sponsored by generation Yonkers nears. Tom Kaminsky. Inch operated big delays on the cross. Bronx found coming away from the job to be out towards the Major Deegan. We had a collision. They're cleared and then still away as we get from about the Castle Hill having you out toward the rectory, changing getting onto the Throgs Neck Bridge. That collision there is clear traveling have been reopened, but so very slow through that entire stretch. We've had delays on the Bronx found Project bridges. Well, we had a stall there that is now just appeared in the traveling have been reopened. The inbound G W B as a result of that earlier cross branch crash is still at about 20 minutes from 80 95. The advance side upper level. Two problems. One midday construction work is in place, and also we have a separate stalled truck. One lane is blocked the inbound side of the Lincoln at 15. The Holland inbound Just about 5 10 minute. Wait. Chopper 8 80 You know, Craig Allen Somewhere in my wallet. I haves to Leonard's business card number back is a coupon for a free ice cream cone, which I still haven't cashed in yet, But I think today would be a great day for that. I do to that. Yeah. Yeah, we could. I matter of fact, with the amount of shopping.
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"80 closing down much of the state. Florida with Quinn Topple digit daily cases continues its reopening. President Trump is defending his decision to commute the sentence of federal felon Roger Stone will be talking about that, with White House correspondent Steve Important at 8 45 Good morning. I'm Wayne Cabot. Tuesday. The 14th WCBS news time. 8 31 The U. S has just carried out its first federal execution in 17 years. Daniel Lewis Lee was 47 years old and died this morning of an injection at the federal prison in Terre Haute, Indiana. He was found guilty of killing in Arkansas family in the 19 nineties in a plot to build a whites only nation in the Pacific Northwest. He said he was not guilty. His execution came one day after the U. S. Supreme Court Cleared the way for federal executions to proceed and over the objections of the victim's family. Taking a look here at a list put out by the Death Penalty Information Center. There was another federal execution scheduled for tomorrow. And one on the 17th and one in August. That would be three for the rest of this year. WCBS NEWS time. 8 32 in New York City, three drive by shootings in a span of 14 minutes, all coming from the same vehicle. This happened in Canarsie. There were more shootings in the city overnight, including one that has now claimed a teenager's life. Let's go to WCBS reporter Steve Burns live with the latest Steve Wayne, a relentless Siri's of shootings in the city, still searching for answers. The five victims over those 14 minutes here in Cannes R C were all intended targets, according to the NYPD. All are expected to survive. Initially, Cops said they were looking for a white four door sedan, but CBS two reports it was found abandoned with a smashed up bumper parked nearby. It's the latest in what seems to be a never ending stream of horrifying headlines. There were at least a dozen other shootings around the city on Monday. A man was killed. In a separate incident here in Cannes, RC later on a 17 year old shot dead in East Harlem. The relentlessness is leaving Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, reconsidering his past calls for NYPD Reform. Tell CBS to the recently disbanded anticrime unit, maybe to make a comeback. I think that a total elimination is something we need to be evaluated right now. Bad guys. They're saying that if you don't see a blue and white you could do whatever you want. Adams was visiting the block in Bed Stuy, where a one year old was shot and killed over the weekend. There's still been no arrests in develop Gardner's murder, Wayne Steve Burns reporting live, and today Jeffery Epstein's former girlfriends going to face a judge by video. The hearing will determine if she will stay behind bars or on waiting, trial or Until she could make bail. That's the question she's facing charges that she helped Epstein find schoolgirls to sexually abuse. Prosecutors say One or more of Epstein's victims will tell the judge today that because later Maxwell should be denied bail. Lawyers for Dylan Maxwell, 58 years old. Say that she's being made a scapegoat after Epstein killed himself. It's happening yet again with into our restaurant's closing down and bars closing down a movie theatres and museums in California because of what's happening there, part of California's effort to try to contain this surgeon virus cases here, CBS and Steve Futterman, California's easing of restrictions did not work out as planned. Not everybody's practicing common sense and with the number of cases and hospitalizations and deaths, all spiking Governor Gavin Newsom is putting many of those restrictions back into effect. We are now required all counties to close their indoor activities. Numerous businesses will be impacted restaurants, movie theaters, zoos and museums and The shuttering of all bars. Most residents are grudgingly going along. I'm not happy with it, but We have to make it work. You have to roll with it. But this woman in Riverside, California who wants a fitness center says she will defy the order. We are encouraging everybody to stay open, Nasty. Futterman. CBS News LOS Angeles, Florida with 15,000 cases Sunday had 12,000 more yesterday, and governor DeSanto says A number of people dying is going down, and he thinks he knows why many of our cases are occurring in people who are low risk, particularly peoples, people in their twenties thirties and early forties. Lillian Obbo and infectious disease expert in Miami says the city is now the epicenter of the pandemic. Experiencing what will on saw five or six months ago. Arizona has the highest number of cases per capita in the past couple of weeks in the city of Callison, Arizona. Population 90% Latino. There is only one test site despite requests for more. Although the population of Collison is around 8000 it's also home to one of the largest meat packing plants in the South West and West Coast. Essential workers not only.
"steve important" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Chance of afternoon showers. I'm NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Bill Henley, with your most accurate forecast count on right now 84 will get up to 92 today in the Supreme Court has ruled against President Trump has been to keep his financial records private is part of a criminal investigation into the president's business dealings and alleged hush money payments. Major to women who claim they had affairs with the president years before he was elected. White House correspondent Steve Important has the details. This is a significant defeat for the president that justices ruled 7 to 2 that New York prosecutors can subpoena Mr Trump's business records. The majority opinion was written by Chief Justice John Roberts, who says the president is quote. Neither absolutely immune from state criminal subpoenas seeking his private papers, nor entitled to a heightened standard of need. In a second ruling, the Supreme Court will not allow Democratic led congressional committees to get ahold of the president's financial records. It said. That case back to the lower courts, the president reacted to the rulings on Twitter, calling the investigations quote all political Prosecution. A team girl lost most of her foot when an explosive device went off inside an east German town home last night. It was the second night in a row. A young person in the city was seriously hurt in a blast here is gonna be used him a minute. The 16 year old survived the explosion, but she now has these severe injuries to deal with. Same goes for a 12 year old boy who had an M 80 type device blow up in his hand in Kensington the night before. As for what happened to the girl, it was around 8 30 last night in a row home on Blakemore Street and East German town. Police say there was a loud bang coming from the second floor is here talking to NBC, 10 was one of the neighbors who ran out to look, I got up at the house. I saw her fall was missing. So I was like, Oh, my head. Dan feels like those off firecrackers. Girl was rushed to the hospital in chief Inspector Scott Small says whatever exploded it isn't legal because of how dangerous it.
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"The Yankees or the Mets will reportedly play on the 20th anniversary of 9 11 at Citi Field. Here's Yankeesmanager Aaron Boone. I would imagine especially all that we have gone through this year, maybe adding another layer of Just how potentially powerful and emotional of Ah of a game and a day in an event that might be it's something that hopefully we're all a part of and end it. It'll get the magic that it deserves The full 2021 schedule, believe it or not, will be released tomorrow. The Yankees or the Mets are going to play two exhibition games next weekend. Friday night, July 18th Citi Field Saturday, the 19th Yankee Stadium last night at the stadium, Derek Cold pitch the interest squad game. He struck out six and five innings, gave up a run that running Miguel and du Har opposite field home run. The Nets will be down six players of the N BA restarted Disney World A seven If you count Kevin Durant because Spencer didn't with Ian, Taurean Prince or both out, they both tested positive for the virus. The Nets landed in Orlando yesterday. All players and staff will be quarantined until they test negative twice at least 28 hours apart. We welcome Mr David Stern did interview a virtual interview with a fortune brainstorm Healthy, said he expects a bunch of positive tests when players arrived. But if the positive test continue after the quarantine period, then he said, In essence, that would be a hole in our bubble, and it would be very concerning Speaking of concerning Eagles receiver to Sean Jackson apologized for posting anti Semitic messages on social media. The team called Jackson's posts harmful and absolutely appalling. The NFL said the comments were inappropriate and offensive. Is reportedly been no talk of any kind of suspension. As of yet, Brad Heller, WCBS 80 sports and bread to people like you and others who have had careers as teachers and educators. How do you feel about going back into the classroom? President Trump is saying. Schools have to open in the fall. We'll go live to CBS News in Washington. Steve Important, I standing by to hear more about that in a minute. It's a 44 Napa auto parts stores and Napa Auto care centres Get a $25 prepaid visa card when you get any Neff automotive battery. It's the best deal for some of the best batteries from some of the best car people around, But we might be a little partial, Anyhoo, pick up.
"steve important" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"This is the CBS World News Round Up late Edition. I'm at Piper in New York. As the US firmly notified the United Nations of its withdrawal from the World Health Organization today, a sobering milestone was being hit in Texas. 10,000 new Corona virus cases. It comes after the governor quickly re opened in May. Then reversed course last week. Katie V. Tees Jack Fink is there with positive covert 19 case is increasing at a rapid rate in North Texas. The president and CEO of the D F W Hospital counsel Stephen Love says hospitals may have to take the next step to make sure they have enough beds for anyone who needs one. So if that right continues, we could well be in a certain situation within 2.5 3 weeks during a surge mode hospitals at beds throughout their facilities. Deborah Burgers with the national nurses United Unions and says, just like when the pandemic first began, workers on the front lines are running out of P p E. We still don't have the required Personal protective equipment we need and we have been asked to reuse and 95 masks, which we know is not safe for health care workers. President Trump says he will put the pressure on governor's descend students back to the classroom. In the fall. Correspondent Steve Important participant stressed the need for students to get back into the classroom. Cameron von goes to a California Catholic prep school. It really means a lot just to be able to get back out, and it means a lot to our emotional health. But there was little detail offered about how to prevent the spread of the virus among students or how to protect the teachers who might be most vulnerable. President, Trump said he pressure governors who dragged their feet in the fall. They think it's going to be good for them politically, so they keep the school's twelves No way. Steven Portnoy CBS NEWS Washington After months of downplaying the virus, Brazil's president, Zaire, Bolson Roo has tested positive. He has said that his history as an athlete would protect him from the virus. To Bloomington, Indiana. Go, please, where a black man says a group of white men assaulted him and threatened to get a noose after claiming he and his friends had trust passed. So far. There have been no arrests in the alleged attack against box Booker and the FBI is investigating. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow lost 396 points. Now this You can.
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"Packed on the beaches across San Diego. It's a weekend to celebrate. So here we are in Miami beaches were closed as the state doubled its infection in just two weeks. Florida now has 200,000 confirmed cases and more than 3700 deaths. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows is defending President Trump's remark that 99% of covert cases are totally harmless. I don't think it was the president's intent to downplay that, as much is saying, Let's look at the risk and let's look at this in an appropriate way, based on facts and new numbers from the Census Bureau show. More than one in seven South Florida households are food insecure. Not enough to eat because of pandemic related unemployment. President Trump is taking a swipe at NASCAR's only full time black driver, White House correspondent Steve Important, saying that NASCAR drivers and officials came to bubble Wallace is eight and were quote willing to sacrifice everything for him. President asks if Wallace has apologized, suggesting the discovery of a months old news and Wallace's garage was quote just another hoax. Mr Trump says the incident and the decision to ban the Confederate flag from races has led to NASCAR's lowest TV ratings ever a defeat for the Trump Administration on the oil industry. A district court has just ruled. The Dakota Access Pipeline has to shut down by August 5th, The Chicago Tribune reports. A suspect is in custody and the death of a seven year old girl shot and killed while she was playing with friends outside her grandmother's house. Child's father, Nathan Wallace. There's there's somebody get robbed. Somebody has somebody life like that and don't think the police say 77 people were shot. At least three killed in Chicago. 24 people were shot in Atlanta Saturday night. Elaine Maxwell expected to make an appearance in a New York City courtroom this week after she was arrested in New Hampshire. She's charged with procuring underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein. Accuser Virginia Roberts to fray tells Australia 60 minutes We weren't even a human being to them. We were just another toy to be passed around, and that's what they did. Doubt is up right now. 427 points. This is CBS News. You can listen to CBS News Radio, 24 hours a day, seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com map de loaded today from the downtown Minneapolis studios of News talk a 30 w. Cco thiss is Minnesota's most trusted station for news Cloudy skies Now still some showers in the area. It is 74 degrees at 903 I'm Steve Simpson. Minneapolis Police are investigating a shooting last night that left a pregnant woman dead. It's happened near 37th and Elliot in South Minneapolis. The woman was taken H C. M C, where doctors delivered her baby, but she later died. Early. Reports said that the woman was in a car. When she was shot. Police confirm that they also say another gunshot victim arrived at the hospital. A short time later, police spokesman Officer Garrett part that person walked into.
"steve important" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Right now. First of all the jobs. I just got the numbers from the government for 30.8 million new jobs in June. That is a lot more than experts expected. And market futures are way up. Our future's up 420 points. Right now, the unemployment rate has declined a little more than 2%. Now it's 11.1% for June. Second thing. For the first time. The U. S has surpassed 50,000 Corona virus cases in a single day. And while many states are pulling back of inner Lamont just told WCBS that restaurants and they're patrons are behaving so indoor dining will continue in Connecticut. Third thing. Look what covert hath wrought. Is it me? Or is it the 19 nineties all over again? Vanilla Ice is going ahead with the Texas concert tomorrow under a loophole that lets his venue stay open as a restaurant. He says the nineties were the best. We didn't have Corona virus. Or cell phones or computers. And Mike Judge says it's the right time to bring back Beavis and Butt head because it's time to get stupid again. It'll be on comedy Central for two more seasons, at least. President, Trump says. When it comes to masks, he's now all for it. There's no national policy about that, Despite record numbers of covert cases live now. CBS News White House correspondent Steve Important. Oi, Steve in the Morning. What did the president say about this? Well, the president said that he would be fine with wearing a mask in a tight space, he said he wore one a dark mask that made him think he looked like the lone Ranger. I'm not sure anyone was asking. Who was that masked man. But the truth is, we haven't really seen the president wearing a mask. Except for one time. It was a photograph that was posted on T. M z. The president was an Ypsilanti, Michigan. During a Ford plant and at a certain point he was wearing a mask at the insistence of the Ford executives, but he later told reporters he didn't want to give them the satisfaction of him being seen in a face covering So we still haven't seen that in public, But the president said he'd be open to it. The president also said in an interview yesterday with Fox business again that he believes that Corona virus will ultimately just disappear this week, Dr Anthony found, she said, there's no guarantee At a vaccine will be available on an accelerated timetable. Stephen, You're down there in D. C. I know there's a big fireworks show plan. What is your observation? I know it's a regional thing, but our people serious about wearing masks down where you are. I think, yes. Ah, you know, people, generally in this area when they are out in public are wearing masks. You know, it depends if you're in a situation where you're with fur, perhaps family members. Obviously there's there's less of a likely that you'll see people wearing masks. But as you see people walking around as long as they're not engaging in heavy physical exercise, like jogging. They very often do it. Mom asks. If they're out for a run. It's less likely that you'll see it. And what about this firework show for D? C. Well, Certainly the president is intent on having fourth of July extravaganza on the National Mall. The question here, of course, is whether there's going to be hundreds of thousands of people gathered together on the National Mall. As is the tradition, I think thats unlikely this year. Most downtown businesses remain closed. Some of them are still boarded up. Just this morning. They're taking down some of the barricades that were around the White House to prevent the protestors from encroaching on it. I I I don't know that we'll see the kind of large crowds but you're certainly the president wants to have a big, bold display of pomp and fireworks. And tomorrow he's going to Mount Rushmore for the first fireworks display there and more than a decade. Steve importantly, our eyes and ears from the nation's capital. Thank you is always team at 8 49 Now.
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"The indoor dining rules for Phase three. The rest of Face three is moving on pace for Monday, July 6th this coming Monday. But the indoor dining element is now in question. CBS NEWS UPDATES I'm Steve Futterman response today from the White House to the 5 to 4 Supreme Court ruling striking down Louisiana's restrictions on abortion clinics here. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Steve Important in a statement. The White House calls the ruling unfortunate. And the press secretary blasts unelected justices who quote intruded on the sovereign prerogatives of state governments by imposing their own policy preference in favor of abortion. White House says states have a legitimate interest in regulating any medical procedure, including abortions to protect patients. The court's decision strikes down a Louisiana law that would have curbed abortion access. The ruling was a strong defeat for abortion rights opponents, but could intensify interest in the November election among religious conservatives, who are a key part of President Trump's base. Meantime, the court also today ruling to refuse to block the execution of four federal prisoners scheduled to be put to death starting in two weeks. The executions marked the first use of the death penalty on the federal level since 2003 the justices rejecting an appeal from four inmates convicted of killing Children. The first of the executions is scheduled for July 13th. A lawyer for one of the men says the decision is arbitrary and racially biased. The inmates are still asking a federal judge here in Washington to oppose a new delay on their executions over other legal issues that have yet to be resolved. President Trump's reelection campaign, along with the National Republican Party and four western Pennsylvania. Members of Congress are all filing suit. They want to force changes to how Pennsylvania collects and counts mail in ballots under revamped rules. The federal lawsuit claims that as voters used mail in ballots during the June 2nd primary, their practices and procedures by elections officials ran afoul of state law and the state and federal constitutions. The lawsuit argues the new procedures were accompanied by some changes that were not legal, including in about 20 counties where the plaintiff say voters could drop off completed ballots that collection sites without sending them or handing them directly to county County elections offices. No comment yet from the county elections boards Up ahead testimony on Capitol Hill about the June 1st confrontation at Lafayette Square for 34. Stop right there. University painters is having a 50% off materials and paint sail 1 803 90 48 48 when university painters painted my mom's house. They did an awesome job. They'll paint the inside the outside, do carpentry, work, even stain and seal the deck. You need a free written estimate. Call 1 803 90 48 48 They'll make you virtually in person at your house or by phone. That's university painters dot com. My.
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"Dr Robin Gansu. Thank you so much for being with us today. This is really an honor. I'll thank so much might be honored mind to be on your show. So thanks so much for having me. Well, I think a lot of my listeners will say all right. I've heard of these various national humane organizations. Tell us a little bit about the Genesis of American humane and how they differ from some of the other organizations out there. First of all, there's so many great groups working in the animal welfare space in American humane is so proud to be actually the very first national humane organization founded way back in eighteen seventy seven. On, you know, the protection and safety and security of animals now for over one hundred and forty years, you know, what's to our rescue efforts, which is the oldest rescue program in this country are rescue program was founded in the battlefields of World War One will be provided care for the war or since Steven Spielberg's committee warhorse being the batch never rescue program farm programs, the very first of its kind in the country, we've been certified the humane treatment of farm animals since the year two thousand but the first scientific based program to really help elevate the standard of care for animals with unformed ranches about our country. And of course, she knows through our Hollywood program which eight. Roundabout seventy eight years protecting animal stars and new programs such as our shelter disservice program provides unbelievable help and he'll eat on. Both ends of the leash. We provide service dogs to our wounded warriors. Those incredible war heroes who had served in the front lines in the war on terror and come back with those invisible ones divorce at P, T, S and TBI. So we will unite them in deep and pair them up with a beautifully train service dogs rescued from shelter. And we believe or saving both inside the lease for this magical programs just about a year and a half old. It's amazing knowing the number of different programs that American humane has been involved with. And I think so many times you watching movie and with you know, that okay? That is not going to be hurt. But what's going to happen that animal? So knowing that American humane has somebody there at all times watching making sure that they're not overworked that that. Analysts not even a stunt double that you can't really do that all the time. But they are in good condition and PTSD for the dogs coming back to and people just I am so proud to be associated with this in this little bit that I'm doing tell us about in this. I believe the fifth year for the American humane hero, veterinarian and hero veterinary nurse awards. Why started and I think you're in conjunction with Zoe wettest. Is that correct? That's right. So what is is our exclusive sponsor at the hero bet hero vet nurse awards for all five years. And this is our fifth year of this incredibly important program. Really, celebrating our wonderful animal friends their medical professionals Steve important, people that keep our pets healthy and and happy so was so proud to partner with so what is for this? And we really thought it was crucial to honor and recognize the professionals who are dedicated to helping the animals. So again five years we brought part of our annual hero dog awards which is now in its eighth year. We celebrate the incredible working dogs in our lives. There's dogs include military law enforcement, they're A service dogs. I love the emerging hero dole guide dogs. These dogs are in our communities across our great country making our life so much better. And we wanted to celebrate them. And does the wettest came to western shed. Let's celebrate the medical professional, and we were proud to add this really important component to our hero dog awards to hero bet married. Hero veterinary nurse awards to our annual celebration. They hero dog. I love that. You bring up the fact that. Yes, there runs the entire gamut of these working service dogs. Do you want to talk a little bit about therapy dogs? I know that there there are awesome therapy dogs in some people who are trying to game the system. I've saying dogs that are therapy dogs are service dogs, for instance, on aeroplanes people wanna take their dogs within because we love having our pets with us at all times americanhumane addressing that. Absolutely. So there are so many there's so much confusion in the space of working animals therapy dogs service dogs, which is very different than from a therapy dog, which is very different from an emotional support dog so much confusion, and we've actually produced a white paper that defines all the categories of working animals, and we'll be working on another white papers soon that will provide for various transportation industries and even public spaces where we have a service animal so that people understand the differences. First of all service animal service dog is working for just one person who needs a service provided. This would be big if a guy dog that's a very traditional service animal guy dog is for someone who was. Blind has can't see you think about a guy dog or a hearing dog is for someone who is deaf and eat some ability to navigate so we've got an incredible amount of service animals in the space of guide and hearing, and that's a service animal. A service dog is also someone trained for like wounded warrior coming home for the P T S T and a service dog like what we're talking about with our shelter to service dog program. Those animals are trained to awaken a veteran from nightmares to help them understand their triggers with PTSD in again, a service animal is trained to work for one particular human to enrich their lives. I there'd be dog is a great dog who's trained to provide therapy for a whole wide group of people go to the hospital. She go to airports nowadays you see dogs. The therapy dog vast and those dogs are trained to provide therapy. Comfort for the broader public and various studying nursing homes. I see them. Now. I love them in airports, people are afraid to fly. They could see a crate therapy dog their college campuses are providing therapy dogs during exam time, which I think's releasing I have a colleague and she loves to see the therapy dogs right before she goes into exams, and then of course, there's regular wonderful animals are pets who provide us with emotional support. And these dogs hopefully have been through good canine training, BBS training, and those are emotional support animals that just our pets in our life. And certainly a medical professional has stated there's a need for an individual to have an emotional support animal, and that's what we're the area of. I think abuse and fraud is banned. There's been instances where you can go online and purchase service dog fast for seventy five dollars making your dog therapy or service dog and that's simply fraud. And I think what that does is that provides for tons of opportunities for miscommunication. But those who really have legitimate service dogs, those working legitimate therapy dogs and those with legitimate emotional support dogs the fraud. The space is really awful because it does provide for people who aren't educated we've had bad experiences an opportunity to discriminate against having animals in our lives. And I think that's what we all want to avoid. Thank you at an excellent overview, and why people should not abuse this. There are those that desperately desperately need. It have to have those service dogs within. Yes. The rest of this love our pets. But it's not appropriate for them to have that same deference that a service dog is going to have. So thank you, Dr Robin. I appreciate that. You're welcome. You're very passionate about that. I could tell with the American humane hero, veterinarian and hero veterinary nurse awards. I think most of our listener. Are going to have contact with their Narian in veterinary, nurses, who are in that clinical setting the I know they're so much more that veterinarians and their nurses. Do they bring help very definitely on those frontlines clinical settings bringing that care, but also bringing hope in research hadn't so tell me little bit about what the American humane has set up and what you're looking for in an American humane veterinary hero and veterinary nurse hero. You know? It's wonderful that we have such great nominations from around the country. These incredible veterinary professionals who really are dedicated to helping animals, and we leave this up to this blue ribbon judging panel, and we're so thrilled that you have been a judge. And I know you have favorite stories. I would love for you to share with us men. But we want to hear from the professionals in the space as to what? You seek as a blue ribbon. Judge in a hero that married professional and that test is very critical. Of course, there's a public voting period tunes to the public can vote for their hometown that hero, which I think is makes it even more special. I love to see people who are so committed to the space people who can be great spokespeople for the space. Tune in share and educate, for example, a lot of people don't understand the role of veterinary, nurses. What is it that nearing nurse? And that's newer term applied to a vet tech space. I think it's so wonderful to see their work nurse being used now. And I think having some professional be able to speak as to the incredibly important role that a hero veterinary nurse provides in animal healthcare and wellbeing is really important and a hero veterinarian. I think Dr Patty controller from last year's winter is a great example of someone who not only does great in a clinical setting also volunteers. Her own time for low cost spay neuter two Saturdays a month, and then she goes over and above that and provides a food Bank to keep pets in people's homes. I mean, this woman does does it all and her whole life is all about saving animals, and then we had our hero. Veterinarians Ginny Hudson, amazing young lady who has devoted her time and energy to helping animals with cleft palates just how incredibly important her work has been. So I don't know. I just have to tell you every year when I read the stories of the nominees. And of course, the finalist in those to win. I'm inspired each Neff year with our human heroes to allow us to have these incredible animals your life, healthy happy in part that human animal bond that we try to share an uplift. I couldn't agree with you more as a judge in reading through all of these some of them are submitted by this year. For instance, I had been looking over the veterinary. Nurse awards that nominees. And sometimes it's going to be another one of their colleagues may be one of their clients who submitted them, and I think what I'm seeing as a general overview is at the empathy that all of these professionals are showing that we're all have animals, and we realized that it's much more than just a dog or a cat. The really are part of the family, and you're right. So many of them are going above and beyond their starting rescues or they're involved in rescue organizations or relief work that they're getting involved with they really put their own needs. Sometimes second to what that pet and what the pet owner needs. And sometimes it's not even the big grandiose things of they started a rescue organization, but it's just that they got on the phone with me. They called me. They kept me up to date on what was going on on the veterinary nurse got into the cage with the pet and just kind of snuggle them because you know, it was missing mom missing data. I just needed a little bit more comfort. They weren't able to get any quote unquote, sterile hospital setting, but they've really made a difference. And I totally agree that calling them, nurses, instead of calling them technicians that I think of technician somebody who works on my car, but a nurse is that professional somebody who's giving love and care. And I love the fact that there's so many more men going into veterinary nursing it's been in the profession in human medicine as well. As veterinary medicine, it's been women more than men now getting in their inner doing specialized work still going through all that training and school. They're getting their license, and then they're becoming specialize on top of that. So it's dentistry or critical care, and it makes such a difference. I know in my own practice. We have several veterinary, nurses, licensed and I could not practice without them. They make it possible for me to give. The care that I need to give I want to give that's wonderful. I think that's it's so special tuned to hear this from you. It was what you have devoted your life to importantly, and your work and your efforts as a judge team. So it's fantastic to hear. I love it. Well, I'm chatting right now with Dr Robin Ganzert president and CEO of American humane, and we're.
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