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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Here's what's happening. Charges have been dropped against empire actor Jesse small Ed this just coming out this morning. We get more now on this story from CBS news CBS news special report attorneys for empire actor jussie smollet say charges alleging he lied to police about the attack. He reported have been dropped the attorneys say in a statement smell. Let's record has been wiped clean, the actor was indicted on sixteen felony counts related to making a false report that he was attacked by two men who shouted racial and homophobic slurs. A spokesman for prosecutors has not commented there is a preceding going on now in Chicago courtroom police and prosecutors have said the black and gay actor falsely reported to authorities. He was attacked January twenty ninth in Chicago because he was unhappy with his pay on the FOX show and to promote his career prior to that on ABC's smell at insisted. It was real and fueled by hate he said this maga- country partic- right in the face to friends. Linked to empire were paid to carry the attack out again smell. Let's attorneys say charges are being dropped CBS. News special report, I'm Steve Kafer, teeny gal, this is WBZ radio. In boston. Stay with us on this developing story, and reminder, you can listen to us anytime anywhere. Just make sure you download the free iheartradio app on your smartphone or tablet. It is now illegal to own bump stocks. That's the device, which seemingly turned a semi automatic gun into an automatic won an appeal before the supreme court failing this morning ABC's. Lana Zak is at the capital. Chief Justice John Roberts has decided that the Trump administration's ban on bump stocks will be allowed to go forward. There are still other legal challenges to the rule, but as of today possession of a bump stock is a felony subject to up to ten years in prison and a two hundred and fifty thousand dollar fine about a half a million Americans are believed to own bump stocks. They are now required under law to turn it in or destroy it. Again, owners of bump stocks have until today to destroy them. Or turn them in at an ATF field office. The department of Justice band bump stocks back in December including them under the national firearms act of nineteen thirty four that banned machine quite an ordeal in native coming up next update at the hotel on route.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Here in San Diego. Several flights have been cancelled to Chicago and Boston. They're just a few of the nearly two thousand flights that have been canceled in and out of Chicago O'Hare international airport across the country because of the below freezing temperatures that they're experiencing right now if you're heading to the airport, make sure you check with the airline. I the power unified school district has increased police presence on two campuses today and response to a threat and image was circulating on Snapchat of a handwritten threat on a bathroom wall. One post mentions Westview high school the other Rancho Bernardo high. The district says it investigator said it could not find such message written on any restrooms at the schools. The first month of the year is ending good time to take stock in this year's New Year's resolutions. CBS news, Steve Kathan reports. It's the end of January how those twenty nineteen resolutions turn out. I've had to restart. My New Year's resolution four times as many of us have just given up a lot of the time people feel like what they lack motivation, but what they really lack is clarity clarity from James clear, author of the bestseller, atomic habits. He says a restart should be about things that are doable and definable come up with a specific plan for when and where to implement the habit. Sounds simple, but I will meditate for one minute at seven AM in my kitchen. Stick to a basic plan then expand Steve Kafer CBS news AM seven sixties micro-climate forecast. Partly cloudy today. Highs in the mid sixties along. Coast around seventy inland tomorrow. It's going to get cloudy and wet the rain due to start around eleven in the morning lasting all afternoon into the evening hours, cloudy skies on Friday before the rain returns on Saturday right now, it's fair and sixty seven in alcohol Tiger Woods will not be playing this weekend and the waste management Phoenix Open. And it's notoriously raucous sixteenth hole. Woods plans to return in the Genesis at the Riviera golf club up in L A next week. There's more Brent winnable coming up, seven sixty talk and breaking news. Brentwood, showing Senate sixty talk at breaking news happened to welcome back to the show. Michael Caputo, Republican.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Steve Kafer, new indications President Trump might not sign onto a funding. Bill that's making its way through congress. With a Friday night deadline for a partial government shutdown closing in live, not a White House. Correspondent Steven Portnoy. There's a great deal of confusion here in Washington. At this hour is the president huddles with a select group of House Republicans, including leading members of the conservative freedom caucus. They are leaning on the president to not sign the continuing resolution that would keep key agencies funded pass tomorrow night and through February eighth will the president veto. It spokeswoman Sarah Sanders says Mr. Trump is weighing his options. But he does not want to go forward without steel slats or a wall on the Mexican border, the presumptive incoming house speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked her take on that in terms of war funding, that's a nonstarter. Stay tuned. Steve market, still like the confusion that Stevens talking about the. The Dow is down three thirty six the NASDAQ retreated into bear market territory right now, it's down one ten AMAN in Florida. Brian coal-fired started a gofundme me for border wall money. It's raised about four million dollars. So far it just started went viral. And I think it's because everyone was really passionate about it. What they wanted. They took action. And they let people know that they wanted at the Justice department new court action announced today against two alleged hackers the US accuses of working for the Chinese government. China stands accused of engaging in criminal activity, victimizes, individuals and companies in the United States, violates our laws and departure, national norms of responsible state behavior deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein says the accused of breaching government and industry aviation and pharmaceutical companies among them, and he says the data of one hundred thousand US navy people was compromised. Judge says the sex assault case against Harvey Weinstein will move forward. Weinstein. Attorney Ben Braff men contended it had been tainted by questions about detectives who investigated and has been swayed by the metoo movement movement, should not however be permitted to push an indictment that is deeply flawed. As we believe this movement has done in this case. The census bureau says the population of the US grew at the slowest pace since nineteen thirty seven CBS's Peter King census bureau says the population grew just over six tenths of a percent in the year ending this past July populations were actually down in nine states at least two recorded more deaths than births Nevada and Idaho had the fastest growing populations. With increases of just over two percent on.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"This news is brought to you by Jordan's furniture. And good morning. I'm art Cohen WBZ news. And here's what's happening. Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney is in court this morning awaiting his sentencing, federal prosecutors in New York have recommended substantial prison time complaining that he failed to live up to the terms of a plea agreement. Cohen pleaded guilty to evading one point four million dollars in taxes, and we're gonna get the very latest now from CBS news and Steve Kathan. News update sentencing hearing going on in New York for President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen, his lawyer told the federal court that Cullen in cooperating with prosecutors gave evidence against the most powerful person in the country faces anywhere between four and five years. His lawyers are tied to paint him as someone who is were formed and should we spared jail time. But prosecutors says if accused him of being someone who tried to undermine democracy for his own profit and are asking for a substantial sentence now typically judges give the benefit of the doubt to prosecutors here. So we do expect a Colin will get a jail sentence. Question today, though is how long he'll be in jail. CBS's? Paula Reed is covering things in New York. This is not a great sign for the president of the fact that Michael Cohen is cooperating not only with the special counsel. But also at federal prosecutors here in New York about these larger questions about possible campaign finance violations. CBS news update, I'm Steve Kafer. I'm art Cohen. It's. Eleven thirty two and stay tuned to WBZ NewsRadio all day. We will bring you an update as soon as we hear about the sentencing of Michael Cohen, and you can listen to us anytime anywhere on the iheart radio app. Meanwhile, the president says he's not worried about impeachment in connection to his former lawyer Michael Cohen guilty plea. He tells Reuters despite prosecutors outlining his connections to Coen's crimes in his words. It's hard to impeach somebody who hasn't done anything wrong going on to say, he's created the greatest economy in the history of our country. Mr. Trump also said if he wasn't peach he believes the American people would quote revolt. President Trump is focusing today on bringing investment and opportunity to distress communities across the nation ABC's. Karen Travers is at the White House and explains how President Trump today signs an executive order to push federal money and resources toward what his administration calls opportunity zones areas across the country that are designated high in poverty or near high poverty areas, the sweeping tax cut Bill the president signed last year established an incentive to businesses to get them to invest in what the White House caused distress communities. The goal was to promote long term investments that would bring an economic boost to these areas. The executive order will create a White House opportunity. Revitalization council. Karen Travers ABC news, the White House secretary of state, Mike Pompeo calls out Iran before the United Nations Security council. We'll tell you why coming up..

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"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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01:35 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Steve Kafer. From New York City to Tallahassee polling places reporting a steady stream of voters on this midterm election day issues, and I look at what they're about as voting in Tallahassee Florida capital. Beto Aurora voted in Texas. He's the democrat hoping to topple Republican Senator Ted Cruz, actually, snubbed young, man. Community college right now just finish. Loading said, you're the first person voted for just got. CBS's? Steve Futterman tells us control of congress hangs in the balance today to get control Democrats need to increase their current total by at least twenty three seats that would give Democrats the majority for the first time since the two thousand ten midterm elections. Many big name Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi are predicting victory and at times during the last week, President Trump has acknowledged that the Democrats could take control. I'm Stephen Portnoy Republicans aim to expand their two seat majority in the Senate by beating democratic incumbents in states one two years ago by President Trump. They include Missouri, Montana, Indiana and North Dakota among others Democrats are hoping to give the Republicans a run for their money in Nevada and Arizona, at least one death is blamed on storms sweeping through the southeast. Some polling places in Tennessee lost power forcing officials to use paper ballots emotional homecoming at Dover air force base this morning for an army national guardsman killed in Afghan. Nistan two oldest sons have joined.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A public service announcement from the US department of health and human services centers for disease control and prevention, Bs news update, President Trump tells axios on HBO he's poised to sign an executive order eliminating the citizenship. Birthright for babies of parents who are not citizens. He says it's ridiculous. And it has to end vice President Mike Pence says this has been under discussion at the White House. But I think the president's made clear is that we're looking at action that would reconsider birthright citizenship reporters. Steph. Kite of axios tells CBS news, Mr. Trump's threatened action would open the door to a constitutional challenge Jordi of legal and constitutional experts say that he actually does not have the power to do this. But there are a few conservatives who have been arguing over the past several years that the constitution isn't being applied correctly. Here that the fourteenth amendment was meant only to apply to citizens. Wins and permanent residents. CBS news update. I'm Steve Kafer CBS news update. President Trump says he wants to do away with birthright citizenship for babies born in the US to undocumented parents, you can definitely do it with an act of congress. But now they're saying I can do it just with an executive order the president on axios on HBO axios reporter Steph. Kite says there is a little bit of gray and the constitution. Most people say it's pretty clear and says that if you're on US soil, if you're born on US soil, you are entitled to citizenship, but it is that particular reading of that one bed of the fourteenth amendment that some conservatives have argued gives the peasant the ability to react the way this has been interpreted CBS news political analyst Leonard Steinhorn says it's no surprise Mr. Trump is announcing his plan a week before the midterms. This is the president's main issue it arguably got him elected. It's argue. Kept faith with his base. And he believes that it's a winning issue. Right now. News update, I'm Deborah.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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02:40 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Steve Kafer. Chaotic scene outside. Arizona Republican Jeff flake office. He says he will support Brad Kavanagh supreme court domination on the final vote comes tomorrow. Maine Republican Susan Collins will announce what she's going to do in two hours. Protesters Sarah Pearson is outside her office. Asking Senator Susan Collins to. No. At cabin is nomination and to stand with survivors of sexual violence and a sandwich women Alaska Republican Lisa Murkowski, suggests she'll be a no vote now debate on the nomination on the Senate floor after a preliminary vote that moved into its final chapter, Texas, Republican John Cornyn fantasies about judge cavenaugh being some sort of cereal high school or college predator have been exposed as only that miss Illinois Democrat, dick Durbin supreme court must never be viewed as a partisan institution, but the testimony and demeanor of judge cavenaugh last Thursday belies any claim he makes of nonpartisan shout at Tennessee nearly week long manhunt is over for a man wanted for two killings the arrest made in rugged terrain while other than that what a great day great day for the state of Tennessee. Great great great day for this wonderful community, Montgomery County and Sturt Canute Senate Bill Miller of the highway patrol Fifty-three-year-old Kirby. Wallace is accused of gunning down a man and stealing his truck and attacking a couple and sending their house on fire. The government says employers added one hundred thirty four thousand jobs last month business analyst Jill Schlesinger. We still are seeing an average of one hundred ninety thousand jobs per month over the last three months pretty darn strong, considering how far we are into this recovery. Jobless rate fell to three point seven percent. The lowest since December nineteen sixty-nine an Iraqi woman who became an advocate for ISIS rape victims Congolese surgeon, who's treated rape victims in his war-torn country. Share the Nobel peace prize singing kids greeted first lady Melania Trump in Kenya. They gave her a gift of cloth and slippers. She had a story to them and paid a visit to a wildlife park big change in store for the Mormon Tabernacle choir. They're dropping the word Mormon from the name the church of Jesus Christ of latter day. Saints says it's part of the effort to stop using shortcut substitutes for the church's full name. The.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"WBZ news time, twelve noon. It is a sunny. Fifty eight degrees right now in Boston. Good afternoon. I'm KENDALL Buhl WBZ news, and we start off will they count down the US Senate. Now ready for a final vote this weekend on the supreme court nomination of Brad Kavanagh the latest now from CBS CBS news special report, the US Senate has voted to move Brett Kavanagh supreme court domination into the home stretch in a final vote. Tomorrow. Republican leader Mitch McConnell was one of fifty one. Yes, votes and farming. Judge Brad Kavanagh to the supreme court. This brilliant jurists will be charged with upholding the rule of law and honoring American Justice democrat Chuck Schumer, one of forty nine knows the Senate another name. For the sake of the Senate of this court and of America CBS's Paula Reed on the effort of the White House. Trying to flip anyone they can that working the phones trying to pressure anyone to get does Cavanaugh across the finish line. Now, we are also told that the White House believes the democratic Senator Joe Manchin will end up ultimately voting for judge Cavin. I. Susan Collins, Jeff flake or question marks Lisa Murkowski may have signalled her intentions with a no vote today. CBS news special report, I'm Steve Kafer, no surprise among the no votes today was Senator Ed Markey who told WBZ the FBI expanded report on the allegations against Cavanaugh fell short. He called the report a cover up Republicans determined to approve the nomination. I'm hoping that people's conscience will impact be touched on the other side. Republicans including Chuck Grassley say the report shows, there's no credible corroboration for Dr Christine Blasi Ford's allegations that she was sexually assaulted by judge Cavanaugh at a high school party. President Trump keeping a close eye on the goings on in the Senate ABC's. Janai Norman at the White House on the heels of a forty nine to fifty one key procedural vote in the Senate, President Trump is already speaking out as he waits 'til learn the fate of his supreme court nominee writing on Twitter. Very proud of the US Senate for voting. Yes. To advance the nomination of judge Brett Cavanaugh Cavanaugh could be. Confirmed as soon as Saturday Janine Norman ABC news, the White House here at home. Those who still don't have heat in the Merrimack valley following last month's gas. Explosion can get alternate. Housing Columbia gas is.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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03:03 min | 2 years ago

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"Talk and breaking news. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Steve Kafer. Allowed crowd outside the Senate office of Arizona's Jeff flake, one of the key unknown votes is Brett Kavanagh supreme court domination heads to a final vote tomorrow. Iowa Republican Chuck Grassley referred to anti cabin protesters. When he spoke this morning on the Senate floor. I hope we can say no to mob rule by voting to confirm judge. Kevin senators voted fifty-one to forty nine today to move the nomination ahead. Republican Susan Collins will announce how she'll vote tomorrow in about three hours, Texas, Republican John Cornyn says the final FBI report sealed the deal doubts that people may have had should now have been put to rest by what contents reveal California Democrat Dianne Feinstein says the cabinet nomination concerns her based on all the factors. We have before us. I do not believe judge cavenaugh has earned this. Another up for grabs. Republican Lisa Murkowski voted no today, perhaps signaling a no vote tomorrow Murkowski's name was called. And she said, no, she said it so softly at first everyone sort of leaned over and said, what did she say CBS's Nancy Cortes, the only democrat to vote? Yes today was west Virginia's Joe Manchin, a top international honor was announced today. CBS's Jim Taylor for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict. Nobel peace prize goes to Congolese, Dr Dennis Smith, beg and Iraqi activists Najah Mourad in Congo. They call him Dr miracle for his dedication to helping women. She was a victim of sexual slavery as a captive of the Islamic state. The government says employers added one hundred thirty four thousand jobs last month, the fewest in a year business analyst, Jill Schlesinger says another number is I poppy rate. It's down at three point seven percent. The last. Time. We were at three point seven percent was December nineteen sixty nine during the Vietnam. War, the bed retailer mattress firm has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy. The chain which bought sleepy's two years ago has three thousand stores nationwide. Some are expected to close big milestone for forty one year old Tom Brady. Hebrew is five hundred NFL touchdown pass last night at a patriots win over the colts. Peyton Manning has the most with five thirty nine drew Brees could reach the five hundred Mark Monday night. The Dow is down to fifty four. This is CBS news. To experience relief. From muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief violence your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. From.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And now back to our top story out of Baltimore where we are learning. More about a shooting and a business complex three people are dead CBS. Correspondent Steve Kathan has the latest CBS news special report at this time, I can confirm multiple wounded and multiple fatalities. That's the late word from the Harford county Maryland sheriff Jeffrey Geller hours after a mass shooting at an industrial complex, thirty miles northeast of Baltimore lone suspect in this incident is in custody and is in critical condition at a local hospital. The Associated Press quotes an unnamed law enforcement official is saying three people were killed. Killed but gala would not confirm that appears to be a shingle weapon that was used a handgun. And there were no shots fired by any of the law enforcement officers responding to the sheen this happened at a Rite Aid distribution center. Colleen Hendrickson lives nearby. She was walking to a bus stop. When it all happens. Got so many police cars, and we have we had at least three choppers that I counted in the air CBS news special report, I'm Steve Kafer, and stay tuned WBZ. We will continue to bring you updates will. She or won't. She is the question hanging over Washington this morning. We'll Christien Blasi. Ford testified Monday morning, editor judiciary committee hearing or will. She insist as her lawyer said in a letter on an FBI investigation before testifying committee chair Republican Charles Grassley of Iowa says there will be no investigation and professor Ford much decide by tomorrow, if she will testify she is required to submit written testimony by tomorrow, she has accused supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexually assaulting her at a party while they were both in high school in the early eighties. CBS news senior national security analyst Fran Townsend who worked alongside Cavanaugh when both were with. The administration of President George W Bush says in an investigation the FBI would present just the factor. No circumstances will they take a view on credibility. It's actually part of the regulations the Justice department regulations that's not their job. So they would interview Dr Ford they would interview Cavanagh they would probably try to interview. Mar judge the third person. Dr Ford says was president and Maine Senator Susan Collins who had favored postponing the vote to give Christine Blasi Ford a chance to testify now says she should testify on Monday. WBZ news time is twelve forty two. And now on the ringcentral news line WBZ's. Adam Kaufman in the as hticket dot com. Sports studio. Josh gordon's. Have patriot rob gronkowski excited from what I've seen before definitely his size. We his speed is great. You don't really see that often Gordon's played just six games since the start of last year with nineteen catches for three hundred fifty two yards and two touchdowns. Chris Hogan's happy to help us new team. Make it up speed with the playbook..

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Steve Kafer. The power tools are out along the coast of the Carolinas has residents and business owners board up before heading out surrogate Florence is headed that way. CBS news meteorologist, David Parkinson. Now expects it will come ashore sometime Friday Windsor at one hundred thirty miles an hour, though that should go up today, and it still looks to be on coastal North Carolina probably somewhere between the Outer Banks. And let's say Wilmington North Carolina CBS is David begged near Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. First thing they talk about being of risk is catastrophic floodings and deaths from flooding. I mean that is going to be the biggest risk factor here. Yeah. You'll have you'll have the severe winds but other than that it's the flooding pursue on US highway seventy one and tape or city North Carolina as I drive toward the coast. I've seen study lines of traffic heading inland. Cars SUV's, RV's and pickup trucks. Pulling boats in Capper's, puffy, gray and white clouds are billowing over. Head in humid, tropical air seventeen years ago today America was attacked Andrew crime, Vincent Edward Brenton names of those killed when the twin towers were brought down in New York City read by family and friends today Defense Secretary Mattis spoke at ceremonies at the Pentagon, though, evil visited us on a cloudless Tuesday morning, courage and strength answered amid the fire and smoke in New York City over a Pennsylvania meadow. And in this very building at that meadow in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. President Trump spoke again, they're together on these Howard grounds to honor the memory of nearly three thousand souls who were murdered on this day seventeen years ago, a wind chime tower to the victims of flight ninety three is in place. They are now. Some who dispute the story of Dallas police officer, amber Geiger, who says she went into Botham Shawn's apartment thinking it was hers. John was shot and killed CBS's. Omar Villafranca is in Dallas attorneys for Gent's families state to witnesses told them details that contradict Geiger's account. They heard knocking down the hallway followed by women's voice that they believe to be officer Geiger, saying let me in let me in the family's attorney say one of the witnesses then heard gunshots. Followed by a man's voice. Oh my God. Why did she do that Wall Street right down stocks turning around? The Dow is up one. Hundred forty one points..

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Nation has ever produced. House speaker Paul Ryan hails John McCain the Arizona senator's flag. Covered casket is in the capitol rotunda in Washington Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell our Mr. dear friend who smile. Reminded us that service is a privilege and who's scars reminded us of, the great cost that brave souls pay for our freedom President Trump is not there, vice president. Pence is in. A long history of our nation only, thirty Americans have lain in. State here in the United States capitol rotunda Senator John McCain joins those rat it's, the first of two days of tributes from Kane in DC tomorrow former presidents Obama and Bush forty three will speak at his memorial, service CBS, news special report I'm Steve Kafer John. McCain was a man of deep Principally fought hard for. What he believed in but was respected by, his Senate colleagues, Republicans and, Democrats alike democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire be floating on her a Republican colleague that the nation mourns today all of the accolades that have been said. About him over the last. Week are really true he worked in a bipartisan way he. Put country above party he tried to do what he thought was best and abide by his principles and sadly. We don't have enough leaders like that today many today at a loss, to say who is capable of filling the void McCain's passing leaves in the United, States Senate. Celebration of Aretha. Franklin's life is underway in.

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02:53 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm art cohen wbz news and our top story at this hour more indictments in the molar probe jeopardy attorney general rod rosenstein is announced indictments against twelve russian officers we get the very latest now from cbs news cbs news special report the justice department's just announced new indictments in the investigation into russian meddling indictment charges twelve russian military officers by name for conspiring to interfere with the twentieth sixteen presidential election the deputy attorney general rod rosenstein the twelve russians are accused of hacking into computer networks belonging to hillary clinton and the democratic national committee allegedly stealing information and planning software that let them steal more data cbs news justice correspondent paula reid nowhere in here does it indicate that these intelligence officers coordinated with americans or that they in any way impacted the voting counts but this is certainly a message to the president's muchanticipated meeting with president vladimir putin that they will continue to pursue anyone who attempted to interfere in the twenty sixteen election prior to this the investigations yielded the diepen of twenty other people cbs news special report i'm steve kafer i'm art cohen wbz news time is twelve thirty two president donald trump and first lady melania trump have arrived at windsor castle for visit with queen elizabeth trump's were welcomed by the queen in the courtyard of the royal castle the president and the queen inspecting the honor guard and viewing military march pass a bit over twenty five miles away from windsor castle thousands are staging an antitrump protests that is still going strong the protesters carry signs reading dump trump and can't comb over sexism the protesters blew whistles before starting from portland place heading toward oxford circus among the protesters michael albany lawyer for porn star stormy daniels who says she had sex with the president and was paid to keep silent of ninety says he was invited to participate the protests will continue through the weekend breaking news out of london at this hour where police say they found the bottle containing a military grade nerve agent that poison to people don sturgis enter partner charles rowley were exposed to the poison at the end of june since then sturgis has died that poison is novacek the same lethal agent that was used in the attempted assassination of a former russian spy back in march wbz news time is twelve thirty three it's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes and jim ryan has a report of a major traffic problem.

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02:14 min | 3 years ago

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"That the fbi tried to tilt the election towards hillary clinton and against then candidate trump speaks for itself as a shame when you see a report like that it's really a shame very sad to see it very very sad that was corrected opinion and that was ridiculous that was the most biased set of circumstances i've ever seen in my life honestly to read it was very sad your president said the report made them reluctant to talk with special counsel robert muller the geez report did not discuss the muller probe the president also said he's not worried that his former lawyer michael cohen might flip on him because the president says he has done nothing wrong meantime president trump is acknowledging eleventhhour confusion over republican efforts to push immigration through the house next week he says he won't sign a quote moderate package a statement catching party leaders off guard a top white house republicans says the chamber won't tackle the issue without trump's backing the president is also reacting to protests across the country about his administration's policy of separating children from their parents at the mexican border this rally was held in dallas texas outside city hall family family back together reunite these children dance the president spoke about immigration during an impromptu news conference this morning on the white house lawn that's the democrats doing that controlling the democrats democratic plan in house minority leader nancy pelosi has plenty to say about the president's charge president use this as a political tool that's what this is about and he's using these young children and coming up a revamped study of the mediterranean diets i'm steve kafer wbz news time thirty four it's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the subaru retailers of new england allwheeldrive traffic on the threes and here is jim ryan this update brought.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"More coming up in seconds from cbs news on wd chillier air is going to start to move in later this afternoon into tonight but overall a pretty nice weekend ahead i'm meteorologist brian thompson all day traffic watch is on the way right now cloudy skies sixty nine degrees it's one o'clock gun wdbo cbs news on the hour presented by zoom videoconferencing i'm steve kafer and not guilty the verdict in orlando and the trial of the widow of the pulse nightclub gunman nor salman was accused of helping omar mateen plan the attack that left forty nine dead and of lying to the fbi cbs's manuel bojorquez was in the courtroom family members of the victims of the pulse nightclub shooting who were sitting in front of me appeared stunned and disappointed with the verdict prosecutors contended salman helped her husband scout possible attack targets the defense said she was an abuse victim i al salman is her uncle thank you thank you given my niece free and i want to thank the judge that you're in syria a rare report of an american fatality cbs's cami mccormick says it was a roadside bomb a us defense official confirms one of the two killed was an american five other coalition service members were wounded and evacuated for medical treatment military says it was an improvised explosive device in the incident happened last night in syria i'm stephen portnoy at the white house will become another syria like very soon the president made that statement yesterday during a speech in ohio let the other people take care of it now the announcement caught many here in washington off guard with one us officials saying a quick withdrawal of the two thousand us forces in syria can't be done responsibly in the past mr trump has been mon promised drawdowns hunter set timetables we no longer tell our enemies our plans in the middle east cbs's robert berger tells us the death toll is twelve in a battle between israeli troops and palestinian demonstrators thousands of palestinians held a mass protest march on the gaza border where they were confronted by israeli forces soldiers fired tear gas rubber bullets and live ammunition to prevent a breach of the border fan back here at home environmental groups and some states say they'll fight a trump.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Thunder automotive repairs big and small clower automotive can do it all clower automotive on macarthur drive cbs news update the government's opened an investigation into facebook as we hear from cbs's steve dorsey in washington the ftc's acting director confirms an open investigation facebook's privacy practices however it's not public it comes after the disclosure that data from fifty million users was used to target political ads by cambridge analytica facebook could face billions of dollars in fines if the ftc finds it violated a twenty eleven consent decree facebook reached with it according to a report the phoenix editor dan ackerman says even those on facebook who took precautions to guard their info could have fallen victim friend information can be pulled him with that also so you may be part of this data sharing even if you are a very systematic about not allowing anyone access to your facebook information the auto parts retailer pep boys is the latest to suspend its facebook ads in cook county illinois has filed suit against facebook cbs news update i'm steve kafer the thought for the day is brought to you by new union church of christ on woodbury highway just outside manchester the for the day is presented by the new union church of christ when we read through the book of acts we find very interesting accounts with respect to the change of life that is to say people who were converted people who believe jesus and they obeyed him it began in chapter one when jesus told the apostles to wait in jerusalem until they would be in dude with power from on high temperature to the spirit came up ties ing them in the spirit there were manifestations of that the cloven tongues like as a fire and then also the sound of.

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"steve kafer" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"steve kafer" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio

"Japan forty nine degrees in the city mostly sunny wall street major stock indexes way down all day traffic watch coming up in just a few minutes wd yell news time at the tone twelve noon this is cbs news on the hour presented by theraworx relief i'm steve kafer we are clearly dealing with what we expect to be a serial bomber at this point that's the word from the police chief in austin texas where a fourth bombing in recent weeks left to people hurt brian manley says it will i it was packaged bombs on doorsteps now a trip wire was used to set the device off what we have seen now is a significant change from what appeared to be three very targeted attacks so what was last night an attack that would have passed hit a random victim that happened to walk by cbs's omar villafranca in the neighborhood where the bomb went off noone noone out residents are on a virtual lockdown and they're doing that because they're still investigating the blast side right now and they're also trying to make sure that there are no more explosives in this neighborhood there's a call for senate hearings afterward that a political consulting firm was able to exploit the data of tens of millions of facebook users business analyst jill schlesinger facebook looks like it's going to be facing some scrutiny european union officials have said they would probe the handling of that data here in the us they're certainly going to be a regulatory investigation spoke stock is down more than seven percent today when president trump talks up his opioid plan today a new hampshire he'll likely touch on tougher punishment for dealers up to and including the death penalty expanding the range of mandatory minimum sentences for certain drug crimes fits into the administration's approach to criminal justice certainly attorney general jeff sessions would be behind it but there's a question of whether it's actually going to help solve the problem here which is as much public health problem as it is a drug trafficking one legal analyst andrew cohen students from the florida high school where seventeen people were killed on valentine's day or stepping up the pressure on.

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