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"I'm Steve Kafe in the battle intensifies in Washington New accusation from the house speaker and fast and furious reaction from President Trump as Democrats talk more openly about impeachment CBS, Steven Portnoy says it all cast a cloud over a sit down on infrastructure session with congressional Democrats lasted only five minutes. I walk into look at people that are just said that I was doing a cover up. I don't do cover-ups angered by Nancy Pelosi statement to that effect after a morning meeting, she had with Democrats calling for impeachment. Mr. Trump gave the leaders, an ultimatum, yet, these phony investigations of a with until then he says there'll be no deals with Democrats. I'm Bill Rakoff to watch what happened in the White House would make your jaw drop Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer. And how speaker Nancy Pelosi say they don't believe the president was willing to talk infrastructure. He just. Took a pass the big question. Why navy? It was lack of confidence on his part that he really couldn't match the greatness of the challenge that we have Democrats say they're still willing to talk even if the president isn't in the struggle over Mr. Trump's taxes. The Treasury Secretary said today he doesn't know who wrote an IRS memo that says tax returns have to be given to congress. Unless the president invokes executive privilege of Virginia, medical school has not been able to determine who is in a racist photo. The turned up in the nineteen Eighty-four yearbook of governor Ralph Northam, Ben hatch is with the law firm that investigated while we have identified no information that the photograph was placed on governor northbound's personal page in air or by any other means not at his direction. We could not conclusively determine the origin of that. Photograph denied being in the picture there were calls for his resignation earlier.
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"Steve Kafe. In President Trump says Mexico's been cooperating as he heads to California for a border. Visit the apprehended fourteen fourteen hundred people the day before was the thousand at if they apprehend people at their southern border where they don't have to walk through that big home run. Steve Futterman is in collect Seco California during his brief visit here, the president will meet with state, federal and local officials to discuss various issues involving the border. He will also go to the border itself near where a plaque has been placed which commemorates e calls the completion of the first section of Mr. Trump's border wall, the president confirms he's pulled the nomination of the border official pick to lead immigration and customs enforcement ice. Mr. Trump says we're going in a tougher direction. Former Trump attorney Michael Cohen says through. His attorneys that he has material that might interest House Democrats investigating the president. And he wants a court to delay. His report to prison date. CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley says it's puzzling. Michael cone is describing is not some piece of paper that he found at the bottom of drawer. He's a scribe ING a huge amount of evidence. That was never apparently turned over to the prosecutors. He assured the court and the prosecutors that he had turned everything over Cohen is due to start a three year sentence next month. Chicago Tribune says a letter from Jessie small lawyer says his client will not be intimidated to pay the one hundred thirty thousand costs the city to investigate his case. And it warns mayor Rahm Emanuel and other officials will be called the testify. Chicago follows through with a lawsuit for hours armed standoff at a home outside Atlanta it began when two officers were shot and wounded as they responded to a domestic violence report. It ended. Early this morning with anterior white sister and nephew dead as we approach the tenth year, we have to probably.
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"I'm Steve Kafe in the White House says it's laughable if anyone takes Michael Cohen is his word. He's begun several days of congressional testimony behind closed doors. CBS was Nora O'Donnell says tomorrow, he will make explosive claim source confirms to CBS news. The Cohen plans to accuse the president of criminal conduct in connection with hush money paid to women who claim they had sex with Mr. Trump more than a decade ago. Cohen reportedly will also reveal some of the president's financial statements and accused him of making racist comments legal scholar, Jonathan Turley if Michael Cohen goes into congress and implicates the president in criminal conduct. They could very well. Find themselves on the path towards an impeachment FICO his off to prison in two months for lying to congress in 2017, not a Vietnam. Steven Portnoy, says President Trump is there. More than. Twenty hours after he left Washington with two refusing stops on Air Force One. It was late Tuesday night when the president arrived here in Hanoi. He at no events scheduled this first night on Wednesday. Mr. Trump has meetings with Vietnamese officials and then Wednesday evening, he'll have dinner with Kim Jong Hoon Thursday is a full day of denuclearization talk. Amtrak says the coast Starlight train that was stopped in its tracks. Sunday night by snow and a tree on the tracks in Oregon is on the move again. One hundred eighty three passengers spent a couple of nights stranded on the train. Federal appeals court has signed off on the AT and T eighty one billion dollar takeover of Time Warner in Australia. The Vatican's former treasurer has been convicted of molesting two choirboys abuse victims outside the court accused cardinal George Pell of being responsible for widespread abuse sort pal is amongst a freak. He has to be child. Now. Hyme detention. None of these pathetic week Justice. We want to see him for all I in hell Pels attorneys plan to appeal a Chinese delegation will be an Indianapolis this week to claim some of the three hundred sixty ancient artifacts that were found inside a man's home a few years ago. CBS's Anna, Werner knees artifacts for part of a vast collection gathered by a man named Don Miller. He was ninety one years old when the FBI showed up at his home in two thousand fourteen for what may be the largest seizure from a private collection ever said Miller wasn't supposed to have many of those rare and ancient items Miller died in two thousand fifteen some of the artifacts. Including human remains came from native American tribes, a private research group says consumer confidence rose this month for the first time since October and on Wall Street right now, the Dow is down about seven points..
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"I'm Steve Kafe, and a house committee is poised to turn its attention today to President Trump's finances ignoring warnings from the White House to back off democratic house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says his panel will probe the president's business and personal dealings to determine whether he's been compromised by foreign interests that the president accuses Democrats of harassment and a quote continuation of the witch hunt. He told reporters yesterday, no other politician has to go through that he tweets today the dams and their committees are going nuts. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. One of the new democratic voices in Washington calling for money to be cut from ice, immigrations and customs enforcement, New York's Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is criticized homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen for not investigating the death of a migrant girl in custody. Give one dollar to a secretary. Who does not care about her life and does not care to investigate a child's dash is also part of a new legislative effort the calls for the US to cut the nation's carbon footprints now to Virginia where the three top Democrats in government are under fire and the Lieutenant governor who's one of them has made them all I'm Jim Krasula Richmond, Virginia facing a sexual assault. Accusation Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax has hired. The law firm that represented supreme court Justice breath. Cavanaugh Fairfax's accuser has hired the lawyers who represented the woman who accused Cavanaugh of sexual assault. There have been calls for governor. Ralph Northam to resign and the attorney general Mark herring admitted to a forty year old black face incidents. Florida's most unwelcome visitor red tide has all but left, but the damage has been done. Here's CBS's Peter King. The most recent algae bloom began sixteen months ago, but the Florida fish and wildlife agency says it's mostly gone from the coast officials say algae samples take. Last week show just small concentrations of the strain that caused toxic algae blooms and red tide throughout southwest, Florida. Unlike the mash of events of last year, no fish kills have been reported. In fact, some sixteen thousand red fish are being released to repopulate the Gulf of Mexico, the head of Florida's coastal conservation association says one adult female could spawn a million eggs, Peter King CBS news, Orlando police in Connecticut are investigating the discovery of the body of a twenty four year old woman in a suitcase was found the other day in a wooded area. New York woman had been reported missing late last month Wall Street right now, the Dow is down three hundred sixty six points. The NASDAQ is down one thirty two. This is CBS news. Progressive insurance pick from a range of coverage options with the name your price tool to find a price that works for you. Find out more at Progresive dot com..
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"I'm Steve Kafe in America's top diplomat is telling allies a US troop pullout from Syria won't end the push to defeat ISIS. Here's cbs's. Cami mccormick. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo open this meeting. We must recommit ourselves to the goal of permanently defeating ISIS. He said the US withdrawal from Syria is a tactical change, but not a change in mission. And he urged them to take back their nationals captured on the battlefield in Syria. Members of this coalition must be willing to take back foreign terrorist fighters, prosecute them and punish them US. Backed Kurdish fighters have been holding those foreign fighters, but could release them when American troops. Withdraw Cami McCormick CBS news. The Pentagon South Korea's expressed optimism hours after President Trump announced the second summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Hoon CBS news, national security contributor, Michael. Morales says Kim is taken no. Major steps to denuclearize since last year's first meeting with Mr. Trump. My biggest concern is that he will cut a deal with Kim on ICBM's. Let's get rid of the ICBM's that threaten the United States. And let's not worry so much about the nuclear weapons that threaten the rest of the region in his state of the union, President Trump framed his border wall polish as a kind of war on crime. We are removing these gang members by the thousands. But until we secure our border. They're going to keep streaming right back in news chief Washington correspondent major Garrett says he also talked up the US. Economists was the first big speech the president's bid for reelection. Establishing the US economy is something he has taken ownership of and pride in talking about reducing federal regulations. Strengthening from his perspective, the federal judiciary talking about core. Issues of the campaign. Ford is out with the recall of a new model today. W w j radios Jeff Gilbert tells us about it. This is not a large recall just thirty five hundred vehicles, but it impacts a brand new very important pickup for Ford the mid size ranger, the company found a wiring issue can interfere with an override that normally forces you to put your foot on the brake while shifting out of park that disables it important safety feature. No, injuries or crashes have been reported the highest court in Massachusetts has upheld the conviction of a woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself in text messages. Conrad ROY committed suicide in two thousand fourteen Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in twenty seventeen Wall Street right now, the Dow is down one point NASDAQ is down thirteen this is CBS news rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans. Rocket mortgage is with you every step of the way to provide a seamless mortgage experience push-button get mortgage. Fifteen degrees at ten zero three. I'm Steve Simpson news this hour's top local story. Minnesota senior Senator Amy klobuchar.
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"I'm Steve Kafe in the White House says tonight's state of the union speech will be about optimism and greatness for bipartisanship in unity, more compromise. And cooperation unless division divisiveness retribution politics as he calls Kellyanne Conway's comments came before President Trump aimed at Twitter jab at Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer today. CBS's Nancy Cortez says for the first time he'll be in a chamber where Democrats outnumber Republicans a lot of female democratic lawmakers wearing white at the state of the union and that is to show solidarity. They say for their positions on women's issues, like reproductive rights and equal pay chop House Democrat today. Threatened to use a subpoena if needed to get testimony from acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker later this week. He oversees the Russia investigation CBS's Alison keys says there's a fresh analysis about last November's midterm Senate joint statement the departments of. Of Justice and homeland security say they have found no evidence to date of material impact from foreign meddling in last year's midterm elections. They say they have not identified any activities of foreign government or agent that affected the integrity or security of election or campaign infrastructure used in the twenty eighteen congressional midterm in Michigan. Judge gave a former Uber driver life in prison without parole for the killing of six people three years ago between stops in Kalamazoo families of the victims got a chance to speak in courts, nothing but darkness, and I don't care what happens to you. Except he locked away until the end of your very dark life actor Liam Neeson's says he's not a racist on ABC's. Good Morning, America. He talked about his comment that is spread on social media. He admits he went looking for a confrontation with a black person on several occasions after learning a friend had been raped years ago and the attacker was allegedly black. I've.
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"Morning. I'm Steve Kafe in the White House says President Trump will make a call for unity and optimism in his state of the union speech. Tonight's let's check in live this morning with CBS's. Steven Portnoy, why he's likely to push again for the border wall and eight says, the president will tell the country the quote, extraordinary, bipartisan achievements are possible. If both sides come together to choose greatness. We're told her urge congress to pass it infrastructure package and offer a plan to lower the cost of prescription drugs. Mr. Trump is also expected to announce a goal of ending new HIV infections in the country by the year, twenty thirty the president for the first time, we'll be speaking to a chamber dominated by Democrats. And some Democrats say, they'll boycott the speech. Others intend to bring guests representing the so-called resistance. Mr. Trump's guests in the first lady's box will include relatives of those killed by illegal immigrants, a hero police officer of last year's pits. Berg synagogue shooting and the first man released from prison as a result of the recently passed criminal Justice reforms Steve federal prosecutors in New York have subpoenaed documents from President Trump's inaugural committee. CBS's Paula Reed has more a source tells CBS news investigators are seeking information related to donors, and what benefits they may have received in exchange for their money are specifically looking at any evidence of illegal donations made by foreigners and whether any of them trying to seek to gain influence over the administration committee says it will cooperate with the investigation not Virginia where there is pressure on democratic governor Ralph Northam to resign over a racist photo in a college yearbook and CBS's Ed O'Keefe in Richmond says there are new questions surrounding the man who might take his place is all completely political complete smear Virginia Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax strongly denied.
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"Loans. I'm Steve Kafe and on day nineteen of a partial government shutdown. There are more urgings for politicians to end. It's Randy Irwin heads up the national federation of federal employees, which represents more than one hundred thousand government workers. It really needs to come to an end expeditiously now because people people are missing their paychecks. And it's getting real I'm Steve Dorsey on Capitol Hill. Republicans say it's Democrats refusing to compromise on a border wall who were prolonging the government shutdown house minority leader Kevin McCarthy in the meetings that we've had many times Democrats didn't wanna talk or would not even allow facts to be presented. Now's the opportunity to find an agreement. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, blaming the president in no way, did the president's speech last night make a persuasive or even a new case for an exorbitantly expensive border wall. Cbs's Bahrain along the border in Hidalgo, Texas, everybody here agrees, they do want border security what they don't want the biggest differences. They do not want a border wall. So far nearly a dozen or so communities here have passed resolutions against the border wall. However, I will say both Republicans and Democrats here in the valley agree they do. We need more funds to support law enforcement and to handle the influx of migrants, rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general overseeing the Russia investigation expects to leave the job in a matter of weeks. CBS's Paula Reed says he wants to exit after a new attorney general takes over the Senate hearing for Trump nominee. William bar is next week question is if Rosenstein leaves who will take over oversight, and again, it's not clear. There's no confirmed number three official at the Justice department right now. It is assumed that if bars confirmed he would take over that oversight role. But there are a lot of concerns because he's previously been very publicly critical of that investigation is personal news today about the founder of Amazon CBS is Deborah Rodriguez. The world's newest most eligible bachelor is multi-billionaire Amazon's Jeff Bezos, and his white MacKenzie have issued a statement announcing that after twenty five years they're getting divorced. They say they do it all over again. And both see wonderful futures ahead as parents, friends partners ventures and adventures will Sears chairman has till the Santer noon to come up with one hundred twenty million dollars a chunk of his multi-billion dollar financing plan to keep the retail chain of floats an auction next week would put that rescue proposal up against liquidators looking to shut Sears down Wall Street right now, the Dow is up one hundred thirty eight points, and the NASDAQ is up sixty this is CBS news. National mortgage lender. Quicken Loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidently. Licensed in all fifty states equal housing lender. And MLS number.
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"Insurance. I'm Steve Kafe and President Trump will head south later this week to dramatize the case he's making for a border wall. It's the key sticking point in LA prolonged, partial government, shutdown CBS's Steven Portnoy breakfast in New York. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer pointed to the federal workers who will go without a paycheck this week, that's real human collateral damage to the President Trump's temper tantrum here at the White House spokeswoman Mercedes schlab accused Democrats of playing politics. We are ready to negotiate. We're willing to come to deal reopen the government stopped the delay time. President Trump who's contemplating declaring a national emergency to free up military construction funds for the wall will travel to the border on Thursday. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House, Massachusetts in an an tuck it court appearance for actor Kevin Spacey complaints charges that in the town of Dan tuck it on July eighth two thousand sixteen indecent assault and battery person fourteen or over a felony groping case against the Oscar winner brought by a man who was eighteen at the time and accused the Spacey of sexual assault in a crowded bar. CBS news legal analyst Rikki clean. We really didn't have the formal reading of the charges. Do you? How do you plead guilty or not guilty? None of that happened. And we know that they're coming back March fourth for a preliminary hearing Justice is on the US supreme court at work today. And CBS's Steve Dorsey says Ruth baiter Ginsburg missed arguments for the first time in her twenty five year tenure she's recovering from cancer surgery. She had last month. Over court spokesperson says the five year old will work from home reviewing briefs and transcripts. There are new questions about US military intentions in Syria. CBS David Martin says a top officials. Seems to contradict President Trump's plan for an immediate troop withdrawal national security adviser, John Bolton says the US will not leave Syria until it accomplishes its mission, including destroying ISIS to the point that it cannot make a comeback. Bolton is also seeking guarantees from Turkey that it will not attack. Kurdish fighters who have been allies with the US? Some new climate information is out today. CBS's Vicki Barker summer wildfires in.
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"I'm Steve Kafe in the US is moving to pull all two thousand American troops out of Syria. The word came right after president. Trump tweeted, we have defeated ISIS in the war torn country. Pentagon correspondent David Martin the decision to pull all US troops out of Syria was made yesterday and given to the military to start executing overnight. And of course, it will take them some time to come up with a plan and then execute withdrawal. But they're not a lot of forces in their two thousand. So it shouldn't take too long. There is criticism of the move on Twitter from Republican senators Marco Rubio and Lindsey Graham Graham says the US pull out will have devastating consequences in the region. CBS news military analyst, Jeff because let the Syrian government supported by his Russian allies. Now, see this is an opportunity for them to fully reassert their control over. Hall of Syria. I think we'll see this fighting moving on now to the eastern portion of the country. Most of the Americans still in Syria, our special forces working with Kurdish allies, some experts say their departure could prompt Turkey to make a military move in Syria. The New York Times reports Facebook allowed other companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Spotify to access the information and messages of Facebook users seen at STAN Patterson Malays that many of us feel about these Facebook stories, it's still kind of a director trip we need to fight against that. Because this is our data. This is not Facebook's data. It's not any of the other companies that were named in. The report stated this is our data. Facebook says its partners don't get to ignore people's privacy settings Senate passage of a criminal Justice reform package is being hailed at the White House. Trump aide Kellyanne Conway was a massive.
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"I'm Steve Kafe. And we're due to hear from President Trump in about a half an hour. News conference will cap off a morning of tweets on the results of the midterm election. He calls it a big victory and praises Republicans won the Senate GOP leader agrees. It is indeed a good morning. For Senate Republican Mitch McConnell says the president's campaign efforts helped widen the edge over Democrats worked very hard, drew large crowds. And I think it clearly had a positive impact on the outcome. But the Democrats do now control the house of representatives. And California's Nancy Pelosi could be poised to return to the job of house speaker. Results worth for positive results for their lives. President Trump warns Democrats shouldn't use their house power to investigate him. He says it would be a waste of taxpayer money. Republicans made their Senate games with key victories in North Dakota, Indiana and Missouri in the show me state attorney general Josh Holly, toppled democratic incumbent Claire mccaskill President Trump campaign. They're just the other day. Thank you, Mr President for your leadership. Thank you for believing in Missouri tonight that people up Missouri have delivered. CBS news director of elections. Anthony, Salvato says Democrats did most of their work in the suburbs. We saw that turn out boost we thought that if the Democrats got that boost that they would be able to flip a lot of those suburban districts. They flip some blue collar working class districts to it was sort of grab bag of mix as we went across the country covering his twenty fifth election. Bob Schieffer's sees the new Washington power structure producing more of the same. I don't think the two sides are going to come together. I think we're in for a lot of gridlock. There's no agreement in Florida incumbent democratic Senator Bill Nelson is calling for a recount he trails Republican Rick Scott by thirty four thousand votes. Scott's campaign says the race is over there's been no concession also in a very close race in Georgia. Although she's trailing by tens of thousands of votes in the Georgia governor's race democrat, Stacy aprons refuses to give up that promise you tonight. We're going to make sure that every vote is counted. Every single Republican gubernatorial hopeful Brian Kemp, I built this campaign a one promise that as governor. I would put hard work in Georgia's first thousands of absentee and provisional ballots. Must still be counted. Jim Krasula, CBS news Atlanta, Wall Street, reacting to the mid term results. The Dow is up two hundred fifty seven points. The NASDAQ is up one thirty two and the s&p five hundred up thirty two points. This is CBS news, zoom video conferencing, featuring video and audio clarity with screen sharing. Free. Accounts are available at zoom dot US. That's zoom dot US, zoom video conferencing. It's eight oh, three at the bay area's news station. KCBS our skies clear. Temperatures rising again today, but a scary.
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"I'm Steve Kafe in a string of political tweets this morning for President Trump the day before the midterm elections White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy on the final push. The president concludes. His campaign swing in three midwestern states, Ohio, Indiana, and Missouri places where Republicans are hoping to win tight races for Senate and or governor Mr. Trump has told his supporters to vote for the GOP candidates as if he were on the ballot nearly three quarters of those taking part in the CBS news battleground tracker poll say they are voting with the president mind, but they're split about as many say they're motivated to vote against him as there are in support of here. It's a tight Senate race in Texas where voters will choose between Republican incumbent Ted Cruz and democrat Beto O'Rourke, you've got thousands of volunteers in every single one of the two hundred and fifty four counties of Texas knocking on doors right now. The state officials say nearly five million votes were cast during early voting. Some members of that Central American caravan reached an important milepost in their trip to the US southern border. Isn't Adrienne Bard in Mexico City while about two thousand migrants have already made it here in the Mexican capital. A second group set off before dawn from their crews. They are still more than nine hundred miles from the US border migrants. Say they plan to turn themselves in at the border to US officials and ask her asylum. UN report says the earth's ozone layer is on the mandate includes what happened a large hole in. The protective layer over Antarctica experts credit, a nineteen eighty-seven treaty that banned chemicals that deplete the ozone layer reimposed US sanctions on Iran took hold today. Just months after President Trump pulled out of the nuclear deal with Tehran. Benham Ben Talal blue. If the foundation for defense of democracies says the administration does have a new goal. The president is hoping to be able to generate pressure on Tehran. Dr. Into the table again, but not just for revise nuclear deal. But for much more broader comprehensive agreements fatal shooting overnight, set a drug rehab center in Marin County, California, three victims says sheriff's Sergeant Michael valley arrived and located three.
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"Steve Kafe in the campaign two thousand eighteen pace is picking up. You must say no to open borders, no to socialism and no to higher job killing taxes. President Trump who is in Missouri last night holds rallies today in Indiana and West Virginia four days before the midterm election. CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn, tell his supporters his voters. Look, we've got a great economy. Don't put them in because they'll turn it backwards and reverse our progress that's going to be one of his arguments in the closing days. In addition to sending troops to the border and the whole birthright citizenship issue and former President Obama makes campaign stops for Democrats in Florida and Georgia President Trump began his tweet on the Cobre jobs report with the word. Wow. Government said employers added two hundred fifty thousand jobs last month, the unemployment rate held steady at three point seven percent business analyst Jill Schlesinger. Best news of this report has to do with wages wage growth expanded by three point one percent from a year ago that it's the strongest annual pace for wages since April of two thousand nine US is reimposing all the sanctions were lifted on Iran when the nuclear deal was signed back in two thousand fifteen President Trump has since pulled out of it secretary of state Pompeii pale on KOMO X radio Saint Louis was among the worst deal ever struck by the United States. And so the president withdrew back in may. And now kind of this coming Monday, we will reimpose the sanctions that were in place the sanctions targeting Iran's, energy and financial sectors funeral services today in Pittsburgh for the oldest of the synagogue murder. Victims ninety seven year old rose Melander roses family.
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"I'm Steve Kafe in the campaign two thousand eighteen pace is picking up. You must say no to open borders, no to socialism and no to higher job killing taxes. President Trump who was in Missouri last night holds rallies today in Indiana and West Virginia four days before the midterm election. CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn, they'll tell his supporters his voters. Look, we've got a great economy. Don't put them in because they'll turn it backwards and reverse our progress that's going to be one of his arguments in the closing days. In addition to sending troops to the border and the whole birthright citizenship issue and former President Obama makes campaign stops for Democrats in Florida and Georgia President Trump began his tweet on the October jobs report with the word. Wow. Government said employers added two hundred fifty thousand jobs last month, the unemployment rate held steady at three point seven percent business analyst, Jill. Slesinger best news of this report has to do with wages wage growth expanded by three point one percent from a year ago that is the strongest annual pace for wages since April of two thousand nine is reimposing all the sanctions were lifted on Iran when the nuclear deal was signed back in two thousand fifteen President Trump has since pulled out of it secretary of state palm pale on KOMO X radio. Saint Louis was among the worst deals ever struck by the United States. And so the president withdrew back in may. And now this coming Monday, we will reimpose the sanctions that were in place. The sanctions target Iran's energy and financial sectors funeral services today in Pittsburgh for the oldest of the synagogue murder. Victims ninety seven year old rose Melander roses family said even though.
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"Steve Kafe in the US Senate has just voted to move forward with breath cavenaugh supreme court nomination on this vote. The as fifty-one the knows our forty nine the motion is agreed to among the four key senators, Alaska, Republican, Lisa Murkowski voted. No this morning, Maine's Susan Collins voted, yes. But will announce later today what she'll do in the final vote, which is planned for Saturday. Arizona's Jeff flake says he's still making up his mind and voted. Yes today. Democrats you'll Manchin voted to move the nomination along GOP leader Mitch McConnell as the golden opportunity before us today to confirm a supreme court Justice who will make us proud before the vote which now limits debate on the nomination to thirty hours Republicans and Democrats set the stage with what's become familiar rhetoric. This should have been a respectable and dignified confirmation process. I was Chuck Grassley who chairs the judiciary committee says it wasn't California. Democrat Dianne Feinstein what we have seen and experienced in the past several weeks has raised serious. New concerns concerns. I believe should worry us all the government says employers tacked on one hundred thirty four thousand jobs last month worst performance in about a year. But CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says another number is the best it's been in nearly half a century the unemployment rate declined to three point seven percent in September. That's the lowest level since December of one thousand nine hundred sixty nine during the Vietnam war. Toyota's recalling some of its previous models because of a nagging problem w w j radios Jeff Gilbert for many of these hybrids. This is a second recall because the first one didn't fix the problem. It's an issue that keeps the vehicle from entering what's called failsafe mode. And makes it lose power. Install eight hundred thousand of the vehicles are in the US all of them. Oh, eight to fourteen model year Prius is new study debunk some of the prevailing wisdom about vitamin d CBS's. Jim taylor. Researchers say something like forty percent of older adults in the US take vitamin d supplements daily because they think it's going to prevent against fractures and falls or cancer. Not true says this exhaustive study in Lancet new research looking at eighty one randomized trials, and whether vitamin D prevents fractures and falls improves, bone, mineral, density and adults. It does not a Congolese doctor and a former ISIS captive in Iraq share the Nobel peace prize recognized for efforts to end sexual violence in the throes of war Wall Street right now, the Dow is down one twenty eight this is CBS news capitol one is reimagining banking offering accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One. What's in your wallet, Capital One and a? This.
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"I'm Steve Kafe in the head of the Senate Judiciary committee says the new FBI report on Brad Kavanagh contains no hint of misconduct by the supreme court nominee Senate, Republican leader Mitch McConnell, chairman Grassley stated this morning, neither the judiciary committee, nor the FBI could locate any third parties who can attest to any of these allegations Senator temocratic leader Chuck Schumer having received this briefing on all of the documents. I disagree with Senator Grassley statement that there was no hint of misconduct. Democrat Dianne Feinstein calls the investigation incomplete. President Trump tweets a poke at Democrats and says due process fairness in common sense are now on trial. A key Republican undecided. Maine's Susan Collins says the investigation was very thorough. Authorities have just released a revealed more that is about a car explosion that killed three people in Allentown Pennsylvania last weekend. Don Robinson of the ATF. This was an intentional act was a murder suicide involving. An intentional act by Jacobs. Moyer the twenty six year old Schwalier died along with his two year old son and a sixty six year old friend who was nearby. Homemade explosives were used and there's new information about the suspect in the shooting of several South Carolina lawmen, I'm Jim Krasula in Florence South Carolina. Seventy four year old Fred Hopkins. The suspect of the shooting of seven lawman one fatally is a disbarred lawyer. He's been charged several times in recent years, according to public court records, including disorderly conduct in two thousand fourteen he's also a disabled veteran one of the police officers in that shooting died Russian lawmaker says the news is fake. It's a response to the Justice Department's indictment of seven Russian intelligence, people assistant Attorney General John De Beers says the responsible for hacking, a host of targets this indictment alleges a conspiracy to use computer hacking to obtain non-public personal health information about athletes and others. In the files at anti-doping agencies other targets of this conspiracy where the chemical weapons laboratory in the Hague and a nuclear power company here in America. That company was Westinghouse. It had business ties with Ukraine, plenty of people take low dose aspirin to cut the risk of heart disease. Now, there's a new Harvard study found that women who used low dose aspirin had a lower risk of ovarian cancer researcher Shelley to Roger the Dow is down to seventy four. This is.
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"Steve Kafe in new comments from President Trump and the senate's Republican leader as the supreme court domination of Brett cavenaugh faces some uncertain days ahead situation. Clouded by a decades old sexual assault allegation. CBS news White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy restraint he'd shown toward Christine Blasi Ford. President Trump tweeted that if the alleged attack were quote as bad as she says charges would have been immediately filed even as negotiations continued between Ford's attorneys in the Senate Judiciary committee on the terms of her appearance. Majority leader Mitch McConnell, tried to assure conservatives don't get rattled all of this. We're going to plow right through it McConnell told the values voters summit Brett Cavanaugh will be on the supreme court in the very near future. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, the White House. Authorities in Maryland say the woman who shot and killed three people in yesterday's workplace shooting was diagnosed with mental illness in two thousand sixteen the gun used was legally owned and purchased earlier this year Jeffrey galas, the local sheriff family members relate to detectives that over the last two weeks she had become increasingly agitated and that they were concerned for her wellbeing. Three infants ranging in age from three days to a month and an adult suffered stab wounds at a home daycare in Queens, New York. The injured were removed to area hospitals in critical but stable conditionally say they're all expected to survive. The suspect who worked there suffered self inflicted injuries a week after hurricane Florence began its rampage through the Carolinas. Homeowners are waiting for the flood waters to recede as they assess loss. CBS's Manuel Bojorquez some people could be paying a steep price. Andrew Bennett lives in Newburn. He said there was nearly a foot of water in his home and the mold is now growing fast. We go remodeled this house last year. And now everything's ruined. Then it is one of the few with flood insurance. According to a recent analysis done by the Washington Post, only about one in ten homes and the counties hit by Florence half. Flood insurance. I think hurricane Florence is a real wakeup call for a lot of people. Unfortunately, John mills is with FEMA if you live near water, and you don't have flood insurance. You are risking financial ruin well, the first votes in the two thousand eighteen midterms are being cast today in Minnesota state law allows in person voting Forty-six days before election day, this Minneapolis voters excited about that expanding the electorate, I think it allows us to have a very nice long long conversation about issues that are not only facing the city of Minneapolis or Henry county, but the state and the region. So I think that's kind of really exciting early.
Congress should act on foreign interference in elections: U.S. senator
"Top executives at Facebook and Twitter. Tell congress that strengthening privacy protection for users is a national security priority. Twitter's CEO, Jack Dorsey says his company's got stronger policies to deal with stopping election interference Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg says her company zeroing in on fake news actions taken show, how determined we are to do everything we can do to stop this from
CDC reports 30 more cases of illnesses linked to Kellogg's tainted cereal
"Flight health officials report at least one hundred thirty illnesses now linked to a breakfast cereal. Reporters Sabrina Cupet. This new warning comes after thirty more people have gotten sick after eating Honey smacks cereal, contaminated with salmonella. There have been cases in at least thirty six states. New cases reported now in Delaware. Maine, Minnesota the CDC today telling retailers not to sell any Kellogg's Honey smacks, cereal and for consumers not to buy
Colorado man admitted strangling wife, dumping bodies, police say
"Good morning I'm Steve Kafe and a new claim has emerged from. The Colorado man who charged with murdering his pregnant wife and two. Daughters and leaving their bodies at a work site CBS's Omar Villafranca has more on thirty three year old Christopher watts lots claims that. Moments after. He told her he wanted a separation he observed her on a. Baby monitor actively strangling their. Younger daughter while they're older daughter was sprawled out on. Her bed and blue he, claims he then went into a. Rage and ultimately strangled Shinhan to death this is. A horrible, neighbor Kelly trippy is furious watts claimed Shinhan killed their children it is so not true Then is the last thing she would have done what's appears in court north. Of Denver later
Shannon Watts, Denver and Brandon Nimmo discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"And a triple murder case is taking shape north of Denver in Frederick Colorado a thirty four, year old, woman and her two young daughters have been missing authorities now say they're dead and CBS's, Eureka Dunkin tells us the husband under suspicion has now. Been charged have no inclination where she is Christopher Watson the. Last time he saw his pregnant wife, Shannon watts and their two young daughters was around five fifteen Monday morning. When he left for work it wasn't like or not to answer phone caller attacks he said he became worried when he, couldn't reach his wife I came. Home and it was like I walked into a ghost town CBS Denver station case the
Facebook has identified ongoing political influence campaign
"Horse GM bring more production back to the US. Our artist beat reporter, Jeff Gilbert will explain a big new contract for janitors in the cities on these folks to make an eight dollars longer than they can remember on Charlie nine fifty. Steve Radio dot com, station CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by theraworx relief I'm Steve Kafe and Facebook says it's on covered sophisticated efforts on it's platforms to affect the. Political conversation and influence this. Falls elections and thirty two accounts have been, taken, down CBS's Steven Portnoy new coordinated influence campaign reportedly involves efforts to divide Americans along social lines with. Activities surrounding another unite the right rally of white, supremacists in Charlottesville Virginia, along with, the hashtag abolish ice the. New York Times reports Facebook has already. Briefed members of congress company officials were evasive on a recent conference call with, reporters when asked directly if Facebook had detected. New Russian, interference efforts this year former Trump campaign chairman is on, trial today in Virginia as the sixty five. Prospective jurors were introduced Paul Manafort turned his chair around engaged at the passively. Most of the panel look straight ahead as they call themselves President but a few stole a momentary glance at Manafort who faces charges of income tax and Bank fraud judge TESL says he, will see the panel of twelve jurors and four. Alternates for the trial which he expects to last two weeks they'll Rakoff CBS news at US district court in Alexandria. Virginia about the Russia investigation. President Trump tweeted today collusion is not a, crime, and insisted again there was no collusion Whitehouse as chief of staff John Kelly has agreed to stay. On in the administration through twenty twenty in northern, California there's better news, today on, the firefight this is the. Fetterman in Redding California fire officials are. Certainly encourage the car fire is now twenty seven percent contained that's a vast, improvement over what it was just seventy two. Hours ago, and there is progress being made President Trump promised on, Twitter he'd look into the planned release of. Internet blueprints by a private company tonight that show how to make guns with. A three d. printer his own administration Gave the green light last month CBS's Tony dokoupil incredibly controversial because on one side you have people saying. This is an invitation to criminals terrorists too bad people, of, every stripe and on the other side of. The conversation you have second amendment absolutist saying, this is our guarantee that no one will ever. Be able to curtail the second amendment in this country it is our right eighty two. Year old actor Alan Alda tell CBS. This morning he's battling Parkinson's disease. He says he got the diagnosis more than three years ago recent TV appearances showed some visible signs and I could see my thumb twitch in some shots and I thought it's probably only a matter of time before. Somebody does a story about this Wall Street right now the Dow is up one hundred seventy one points NASDAQ is.
Rising Temperatures Linked To Increased Suicide Rates
"Waving a red flag morning ten thirty, I'm David rank in Texas may, consider what. They call a red flag law to try to, keep guns away from people that are deemed dangerous Texas. Senate committees holding a hearing about gun laws today the office of court administration's David Slayton and says. Eight states already, have laws that restrict gun access for people that might be dangerous most states require courts determine the person's level of risk and considered certain types of evidence including recent threats or, acts of violence to sell, for others recent acts of cruelty to animals, previous convictions domestic, violence issues committee won't make a decision today but. A could recommend changes for the next legislative session the committees looking at the root causes of. School shootings in how students that might be at risk CBS news update at least seventy. Four deaths are blamed. On the wildfires in Greek coastal communities outside Athens for some There's nowhere to run says a man who has friends in that region thinking, you might. Be Trump there and you, would have to see on on the one side and fire coming to you on the other side the mind-blowing conditions, to, spell this disaster have been worsening for months at, a time strong winds were lowing it's been particularly, dry winter so that was a lot of Tribeca accusation in the area as well. And it just creates a tinderbox conditions ideal conditions for fire to spread Michelle Kambas is, a journalist in Athens she says other countries are responding to, the crisis that he gave the, pin unions. Activates the civil protection mechanism and so far we've, had a number of countries which have responded including Croatia. Spain and Cyprus CBS news update I'm Steve Kafe ten thirty two a wildfire threat in Texas is. Now pretty close to being explosive the zephyr community near brownwood was evacuated Monday night when a wildfire threatened the town The biggest concern was a dynamite stored. Plant the two hundred, people who left their homes were allowed to return after the fire went through the plant but did not set off the dynamite forest service says the fire began Monday afternoon from a house fire, latest report shows it's burned about twelve hundred acres in his only twenty five percent. Contained Charlie Hodges NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD there might. Be a link between hotter weather and suicide rates Stanford University researchers compared. Decades worth of temperature readings in suicide. Data across thousands of US counties and. Mexican municipalities they also searched more. Than half, a billion tweets for depressive words like lonely trapped or suicidal they found rising temperatures bring a rise. In both phenomena suggesting that by the year twenty fifty we could see an, additional, twenty one, thousand weather related. Suicides in the, US and Mexico alone Vicki Barker CBS news the secretary of state has been pleading. With other nations to stand up to Iran and what he calls a mafia governments We were in Iran in may when the US pulled out of the nuclear deal and of, course there were the usual stage death..
Errors Trigger Retraction Of Study On Mediterranean Diet's Heart Benefits
"Major diet study of done a reanalysis talk to most any doctor and they'll tell you it's smart to eat a mediterranean diet fruits vegetables olive oil and nuts are key to cut heart attack and stroke risk it's based on a two thousand thirteen study authors of it now say they did some things wrong and published a re analysis in the new england journal of medicine despite the problem is the authors say the thrust of their findings are still the same but it no longer makes the broad claim that the diet could work for everyone and it's led critics to raise questions about the study and say more research is needed steve kafe cbs news in your community it across.
Ariana Grande releases first new song since Manchester terror attack
"One year after more than twenty people died in a post concert attack in britain the victims are honored by the headliner at the arena in manchester ariana grande as released her first single since the deadly terror attack after her concert last year in manchester england so i'm picking picking she posted video of no tears left to cry on social media at the end of the video a worker bee the symbol of manchester flies towards the camera in amish to the city her manager says 'grande felt every emotion over the attack and it took her awhile to decide to record again steve kafe and cbs news he claims he's being punished for preying on the job george nathaniel the minneapolis area pastor who doubles as a school bus driver says his constitutional rights were violated when he was removed from his root for leading some of his students in prayer school officials say they took action after getting complaints from parents he was fired four years ago in a different minnesota town following a similar incident so word today the top swedish born producer and dj who helped pioneer the contemporary electronic dance movement has been found dead in oman we get more from kiss one awaits romeo.
Exxon Mobil, Massachusetts and Business Analyst discussed on 24 Hour News
"Cbs news on the hour presented by progressive insurance i'm steve kafe in the un security council is meeting allen the situation in syria a us is weighing possible military action in a response to the apparent chemical attack on the outskirts of damascus american un ambassador nikki haley if you rush decisions like this you make a mistake well we're making sure is that we have all the information to know if we do something what will happen how will it happen and willett hurt anyone don is in the syrian capital where life goes on here in damascus people are certainly aware of a possible us military strike but you wouldn't know it from their faces or from walking down the street here in the capital of syria there is almost a relaxed tone we've found people out in cafes having coffee having t president trump tweets that former fbi director james comey is an untruthful slime ball who should be prosecuted for leaking classified information and he adds it was my great honor to fire him it's his response to comb his new book cbs jeff peg as says komi compares mr trump to a mob boss who was untethered to the truth is definitely settling some scores in this book he talks about some of his interactions with president trump especially during that briefing in january of two thousand seventeen before the inauguration where he was briefing president elect trump on the contents of that dossier that was compiled by the former british spy president trump is said to be ready to shift course and find a way back into the transpacific trade agreement the us exited last year cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger at president is definitely getting a lot of pushback from the agricultural sector after these trade words had escalated over the last few weeks and this would probably be deemed as a bit of a long shot to get back into tpp so it's going to be very hard to execute the top court in massachusetts hits has delivered a blow to exxon mobil ruling the state should have access to company records as it looks into whether exxon concealed its knowledge of the effect of fossil fuels on climate change there are bodies and investigations in north carolina new york and connecticut after a man shot and killed his daughter a seven year old son he had with her and.