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"The top stories were following President Biden ending his COVID-19 isolation today after testing negative for the virus last night and again this morning. The White House says the president has completed his course of treatment with the drug paxil Ovid. Mister Biden is scheduled to appear in The White House rose garden he has already appeared a couple hours ago. Investors and economists are bracing for another interest rate hike to be announced this afternoon, the Federal Reserve expected to raise rates by three quarters of a point in the next hour. Earlier today, American basketball star of Brittany griner testifying in a Russian courtroom at her drug possession trial. She complained that it interpreter provided during her questioning, translated only a fraction of what was said. And that she hasn't been given access to lawyers. Stay with WTO more on these stories and just minutes. A multi-billion dollar settlement has been reached in connection with the U.S. opioid epidemic. The drug maker Teva says it will contribute more than $4 billion to settle lawsuits that claim the company contributed to the opioid epidemic. The settlement in principle will be paid out over 13 years, and it includes providing a drug that reverses overdoses at no charge. The suits from state and local governments claimed the Israeli company downplayed addiction risks, encouraged doctors to increase doses they prescribed and failed to monitor and report suspicious orders. Steve kathan, CBS News. Up ahead in money news. Up 82 points, where D.C. ranks for rent. I'm Jeff Gable. One 18. Traffic
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"Steve kathan CBS News 6 48 Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks married to pampa in the traffic center And we just got a new crash Dmitry if you travel the district or leaving the district D.C. two 95 running northbound they just set up command northbound after bending road with an accident single lane may be getting by under police direction the delay is building quickly I can tell you that If you get off of two 95 at east capital street your first chance before you hit the delay there's nothing being reported And beyond this heading southbound on two 95 and all of your anacostia crossings everything else is running pretty well Things to note in the district while we're here We have two big races the women's half marathon the national women's half marathon will run from Potomac park through rocky Parkway so independence in Ohio drive affected you can get a full list of closures at WTO P dot com Also raise for hope is closing Pennsylvania avenue as we speak from 14th street freedom Plaza They run to the capitol third street south into federal center so a portion of independence avenue will also be closed The freeway the third street tunnel will stay available and all crossings at the mall from 15th to 7th available with the race here Again a full listing at WTO P dot com We're going to check to capital that way running at speed right now both in Virginia and in Maryland In fact no major issues on our major roadways but we'll go to Maryland 200 the ICC and as you head eastbound between shady grove and Georgia avenue it's only going to be a single right lane getting by the paving project happening again today and they are scheduled again next weekend So do plan accordingly Catch the excitement of steeplechase racing and peri mutual wagering as the Virginia goal cup returns Saturday May 7th for ticket information visit VA gold cup dot com Mary de pompa W P traffic To storm team four's Michele Grossman Mostly cloudy today with showers around also we could see some thunderstorms some could be strong especially west and south of the city Heisman Debra 60s.
"steve kathan" Discussed on WTOP
"Tells NBC four he survived but the teenager shot and killed his 44 year old mother and 8 year old brother the teen is being charged as an adult There's been fierce criticism related to poor conditions inside the D.C. jail Now there's a leadership change happening at D.C.'s Department of Corrections Tom Faust is set to take over as the department's director on January 24th he previously had that job from 2011 to 2016 He'll replace Quincy booth who became the director after Faust in 2016 The pandemic is having an impact on ride on buses in Montgomery county service is going to be reduced starting January 16th due to a driver's shortage the county's Department of Transportation says about half of the ride on bus routes will have fewer trips It says a high number of employees have been coming down with COVID-19 The NFL's regular season is coming to an end and a wacky playoff scenario could play out Last weekend of the NFL regular season the key games are on national TV To try to maximize revenue and profits and eyeballs and ratings they're gambling and the numbers would say they're gambling correctly CBS sports NFL insider Jason Locke and fora ponders won unlikely seen if Indianapolis in Pittsburgh both lose the Chargers and raiders would head to the playoffs if the game they play into close out the weekend ends in a tie There is a scenario where literally the only incentive for either coach would be get out of there with a tie and get onto the postseason Do I think they would do that No Steve kathan CBS News coming up What you know about heart attacks and shoveling snow I'm Chrissy king 7 13 Without.
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"With the wind it feels like 6° brought to you by long fence 20% off savings on fences decks and pavers got a long fence dot com and schedule your free estimate today It's 5 11 A 15 year old boy has been arrested in Maryland tied to a double homicide and the teen is facing charges as an adult Prince George's county police say they received a call for a shooting shortly before 6 p.m. Thursday at a house in the 8500 block of Wendy street in Clinton when they arrive they discovered two victims 44 year old lady at oxley and her 8 year old son asa both were dead A third victim a male relative also had gunshot wounds his injuries are not life threatening Police hurts the neighborhood and found a 15 year old family member who admitted to pulling the trigger He's behind bars police say right now the motive is a mystery News There's been a lot of criticism related to poor conditions inside the D.C. jail and now a leadership change is coming at D.C.'s Department of Corrections Tom Faust is set to take over as the department's director on January 24th he previously had that job from 2011 to 2016 He's going to replace Quincy booth who became the director after Faust in 2016 The pandemic is having an impact on ride on buses in Montgomery county Service is going to be reduced starting January 16th due to a driver shortage the county's Department of Transportation says about half of the ride on routes will have fewer trips It says a high number of employees have been coming down with COVID-19 The NFL's regular season is coming to an end and a wacky playoff scenario could be playing out Last weekend of the NFL regular season the key games are on national TV To try to maximize revenue and profits and eyeballs and ratings they're gambling and the numbers would say they're gambling correctly CBS sports NFL insider Jason Locke and fora ponders won unlikely seen if Indianapolis in Pittsburgh both lose the Chargers and raiders would head to the playoffs if the game they play into close out the weekend ends in a tie There is a scenario where literally the only incentive for either coach would be get out of there with a tie and get onto the postseason Do I think they would do that No Steve kathan CBS News Coming up to know about heart attacks and shoveling snow I'm Chrissy king It's 5 13 Are you excited about being a new grandmother Of course I am A little intimidated too Why Taking care of a baby today is so different than when I had you But mom you did great with me Thanks son But I put you on your stomach to sleep Right But now we know that baby should always be placed on their backs to sleep for naps and at night to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome or sids You also slept with blankets and toys in your crib True But now we know to keep everything out of the crib except for my sweet baby girl No blankets pillows or other software loose items Daddy's gonna teach nana all the ways to keep you safe while you sleep Yes he is yes he is For more tips on slave sleep for babies visit safe to sleep that NICHD dot united dot gov The safe.
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"53 and gathersburg 61 in Arlington 60 in lanham at 1241 CBS News correspondent Steve kathan reviews the 2021 COVID-19 headlines including the vaccines the variant and more A lot more A smaller mask wearing crowd welcomed 2021 in New York We will get through this Three weeks later a new president laid out his pandemic plan To a nation waiting for action help is on the way In the dead of winter some hospital ICUs were under siege We're seeing levels that we've not seen since the beginning of the pandemic As a more infectious strain took hold The delta variant has spread to all corners of the United States Vaccine became plentiful America's COVID fight has a new weapon a third vaccine made by Johnson & Johnson Some places offered money for people who rolled up their sleeves Just decided that this might be something that would persuade some people The FDA gave the green light for vaccinating those as young as 12 Vaccinating a younger population brings us closer to returning to a sense of normalcy And later shots were approved for 5 to 11 year olds I'm very excited I've been waiting for a very long time As the economy strengthened the supply chain weakened We should not have empty shelves That's not a good sign Traffic jammed California ports Yeah the American consumers buying strength is so strong that we can't absorb all this cargo and employers coast to coast struggled to find workers The unemployment checks and the stimulus checks are keeping people at all Some were ordered to check vaccination cards As a business owner turning customers away is not what we want to do ever People returned to movie theaters Broadway reopened Ladies and gentlemen Hamilton Kids went back to school While angry parents turned some school board meetings into battle zones over masks I'm protesting for my body my choice Florida's governor imposed a ban on mask mandates We believe that the parent rather than the government should ultimately be able to make that decision Mask advocates fought back in court No one wants to wear a mask but sometimes we've got to do something that's great for the community Major cities deployed vaccine mandates for police officers firefighters and others In New York You can't force a vaccine on somebody It should be a choice In Chicago We absolutely can not stop This is about saving people's lives Court action slowed a federal vaccine mandate Now requiring employers with 100 or more employees to get their workers fully vaccinated or test them for COVID at least once a week Booster doses.
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"It's a strategy. TJ collide has been complaining about his new father of shod album at number two bumped by the lesser known Tyler the creator and his newest album, CBS's, Steve Kathan, Dow takes a look back at last night's Tony awards that saluted Broadway's best stroke became the first actor in a wheelchair to win a Tony award for Oklahoma. But the musical that won big last night on CBS. Haiti's town took eight. Tony's and Bryan Cranston. One for network, the media is not the enemy of the people demagoguery is the enemy of the people. Thank you very much. Good night. Steve Kaethe and CBS news. All right, here's a cut it fisting story. I guess I'll meet you in the octagon. Justin Bieber is challenging Tom Cruise to a fight. You guessed it in the octagon yesterday on Twitter Bieber told Cruz if you don't take this fight, you're scared, and you'll never live it down. And I may start Conor McGregor announced his company would host the event, there's nowhere though, if Cruz has accepted that challenge. Newsradio part of your morning routine. Smart speaker, when you first week, hitting WBZ, News Radio, ten thirty from iheartradio. Jeff brown. Thank you for getting your day started with. Here's what's happening with you. To keep informed. ABC. Boston's News Radio. Hi, I'm Rodney free. The chief operating officer Veselin have concrete. Located in Hudson. Massachusetts were family owned concrete subcontracted. We've been a signatory to the copper, nece full the fifty years, some of the recent projects we worked on the wind casino in the new balance headquarters. If you wanna have a successful, reliable, workforce, it is essential to have a great relationship with the conferences, the communication between the union in SNF concrete has been great. I can get the qualified people that need in just a couple of calls, but training programs from the carpenters union or you have safety training, his fourth ball, protections that are very important. Our industry CPR training. The training is above anything else that you see in our industry, who forged the fifty year relationship with the carpenters union. They work.
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"Abyss. But unlike THC it will not get you high. Our Ben and Jerry says it's told the FDA it's in favor of allowing CBD in ice cream. The company behind half baked and Dave Matthews band. Magic brownies say they're ready to go with CBD in the ice cream as soon as the Fed's sign off, you can weigh in, by the way, there's a common period, through July second a warning. If you've bought certain USB cables from target say, here's CBS's Steve Kathan, consumer Product Safety Commission is urging customers to stop using a three foot long, USB lightning cables, because the mental around the cord can get electrically charged. If it comes in contact with the plug prongs on the cable target says it's gotten just over a dozen reports of cable smoking, or two people said they suffered finger burns were sold after June of last year through January Steve Kafe in CBS. News coming up to six twenty one and straight ahead has traffic. And that, of course, the forecast, we are looking at some nice weather eventually, we'll get there and then New England business news on WBZ news. How would you like a robot to clean your entire house, count me in? We'll have that story next. It's time to replace your old windows. Call eight hundred six four nine thirty six hundred or schedule an appointment online right window dot com, a better window installed for the right price. Right window. Javy sash door. Our family has been serving the Boston area for seventy five years. We're passionate about windows and doors, and our customers appreciate that. Hi, I'm Brian gear Hertzen has a homeowner. I can tell you that restoring historic home in Boston is no easy task, but working with JV session door to replace our.
"steve kathan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"From drawing board to the highway. It's no secret that the postal service is bleeding money, using driverless, eighteen wheelers to make long-haul deliveries of packages and mail. The US PS hopes to cut fuel costs and increase efficiency the agency is dipping its toe in the water with a two week pilot program running trucks, between Dallas and Phoenix human will be in the driver's seat, but hands off the wheel for as much of the twenty two hour trip as possible. Something else for you to think about before you hail that ride share is that vehicle safe. CBS's Steve Kathan tells us in a couple of major cities there are concerns about vehicles that transport. Others and analysis by consumer reports finds one out of six Uber and lift drivers in New York City, and Seattle is behind the wheel of a vehicle that's under recall for issues ranging from faulty airbags to sudden engine fires and a quarter of taxis and limos in New York fall into that category. Among the ride hailers, Uber says it has policies to deal with that for the last year drivers can be deactivated from the system if their vehicle may have issues lift inspects them before they hit the road, but drivers take the wheel on safety from there. Steve and CBS news, some major changes by one rideshare company to help riders know if the car that shows up is there ride lift is adding new features to its app to help riders, make sure they're getting into the correct vehicle driver's license plate information. We'll be. The larger and passengers will be able to access nine one, one from inside the app, lift will also now require feedback from writer when they give a driver fewer than four stars. Also, new voluntary training on how to prevent sexual harassment. It's being offered to drivers and riders. Daria Albinger, ABC news to forty eight. It is fairly regular occurrence in California police chasing vehicle. This chase though was not just any vehicle. It was an allegedly stolen motor home that led cops at a chase through the San Fernando Valley. You could see this that making wild turns out here just after rush hour. I cannot believe what is going on in Santa Clarita chased, a stolen.
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"ABC news New York City police headquarters, this is military spouse day, honoring the men and women who are married to those who serve it celebrated every year on the Friday before mother's day. Then president Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation in the year nineteen Eighty-four recognizing the commitment of spouses to the readiness and wellbeing of those in the military and staggering numbers out at a new report on hospital prices nationwide reporter releases e has chose the prices paid for the privately insured average. Two hundred and forty one percent of what Medicare would have paid tape in white. The lead author of the rand study says employers can exert pressure on their health plans hospitals to shift from their current pricing system to one that is based on a multiple of Medicare or another similar benchmark. He says if employers and health plans that participated in this study had paid hospitals using Medicare's payment formulas from two thousand fifteen to two thousand seventeen total payments would have been reduced by seven billion dollars. A decline of more than fifty percent for the second year in a row. The number of Americans without health insurance is up more than thirty million. People had no insurance last year that's up about a million from the year before this Gallup survey finds that people last year borrowed eight billion dollars to pay for healthcare. Twenty five percent of those surveyed skipped healthcare because of the cost. Let's get some more numbers here Texas with a highest percentage of uninsured adults. Twenty five percent, Massachusetts the fewest just under five percent. All right. Sometimes people can be really kind and the kindness of strangers might be enough to help one teacher in San Francisco. Fight breast cancer. It's the long California the pay for a substitute must come out of the teacher salary. They've exceeded their sick days. Other teachers can donate their unused sick time fingers crossed. That happens at Glen park elementary were this teacher works. The whole situation has gotten national attention because of go fund me set up more than thirteen thousand dollars already been raised. Jennifer Brown's CBS news online company that provides care for the children. And the elderly says it's going to do a better job in the future of screening. It's care-givers CBS's. Peter King says it can only go up from here. That's because it does almost no screening now care dot com asks families to do most of the vetting of caregivers company provides. But now it says it will hire another company to do deep background checks to screen for criminal activity and verify the information of those caregivers. The move comes. After the Wall Street Journal reported that some caregivers had police records, and we're actually accused of serious crimes while taking care of customers. Children and older relatives Peter King. CBS news. Alex trebek's is talking out about hiding the pain of his cancer treatments. Steve Kathan, eight year old jeopardy host Alex trebek's being treated for pancreatic cancer admits chemotherapy has taken its toll a challenge for jeopardy viewers is right now is to figure out is that Alex's real hair. Or is that a full hairpiece? It is full hairpiece. He tells Jane Pauley for CBS Sunday morning. He also says there have been times between show tapings when he's been on the floor writhing in pain, Steve Kathan, CBS news. He also said he was unprepared for the emotional pain, the depression that set in because of the cancer treatments. Very. Open talking about what he's been going through. And of course, so many people appreciate that honesty right now. Three twenty and traffic is coming right up. Also, we've got New England business news here on WBZ news with Jeff Brown. Did you go to his breakfast this morning? I hear it was great. We'll hear more coming up.
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"Vote to hold attorney general in contempt to in respond, the attorney general then ask the wiser essentially lock the Democrats getting access in the midwest. And south flooding is the problem again, nearly four and a half million people are under flash flood warnings tonight. Some eight million are under flash. Flood watches and more rain. We're told by meteorologists is on the way Georgia now has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the nation. They so-called heartbeat. Law bans abortions at the first sign of a fetal heartbeat sometimes as early as six weeks correspondent, Steve Kathan. Georgia's governor was surrounded by anti-abortion activists and state legislators when he signed the Bill we protect the innocent, we champion the vulnerable his actions produced an immediate response from pro choice activists like Monica Simpson better than this y'all. Stacey FOX of Planned Parenthood said they'll fight this in court for those lawmakers who voted for h forty one who voted against women by supporting this spill, you were nervous to take this though, and you should have been nervous. She said they'll target those politicians in upcoming elections. I'm Steve Kastenbaum. A gas utility plan for series of natural gas explosions in Massachusetts back in September has agreed to pay eighty million dollars, the three communities cover repair and restoration cost. I'm Elliot Francis. Make a healthy choice about the air you breathe start with a wave smart ventilation unit to expel the polluted damp air from your basement and calls space, then at upstairs hospital grade six day Jair purifier, which includes a Heff Ilda into powerful dual UV system. Stop worrying about mold odors, raid on carbon monoxide chemicals and hundreds of other pollutants that are trapped in your home. Visit dryhome one two three dot com. And learn how to make your home healthier and fresher all year round. That's dryhome one two three dot com. I'm getting older. Do I need to worry about falling? Yes, you do each year. One in four people sixty five and older will experience the fall and many will be serious. The majority of falls happen at home, so remove things that could make you trip and install handrails to keep you steady. To learn more about the steps you can take to help prevent.
"steve kathan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell won't say whether he'd support Herman Cain to serve on the Federal Reserve Board if nominated more from CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff on Capitol Hill McConnell told reporters he wouldn't way in on the former presidential candidate and businessman just yet saying he wants to wait to see who's actually nominated Herman Cain who dropped out of the two thousand twelve presidential race over allegations of sexual harassment is going to have an uphill battle for confirmation. If he's even nominated McConnell noted that several Republicans whose votes would be needed to put him over the top have expressed concerns about Cain. Bill. Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill. One of the country's most well-known tabloids could be up for sale here. Steve Kathan, the parent company of the National Enquirer says the move to try to engineer a sale is part of a strategic review. American media says it wants to. Focus on its team brand and broadcast platforms last year. Prosecutors decided not to go ahead with a case against the company and a campaign finance investigation, it paid one hundred fifty thousand dollars to keep Karen McDougal quiet about an alleged affair with Donald Trump. It's also been accused of blackmail by Amazon's Jeff Bezos, Steve Kathan, CBS news. Former first lady Barbara Bush was widely known as the matriarch over powerful family. Now USA today Washington bureau chief Susan page writes about our life and our role helming one of the most powerful families in generations. Our new book the matriarch Barbara Bush and the making of an American dynasty, Susan joins us in New York. Thanks for talking with a Susan. Hey, Steve, it's great to be with you. You spoke to MRs Bush in the last few months of her life, and she allowed you access to her diaries. What did you see that? We didn't see publicly. This was a woman of great authenticity. She was someone who had I think in. Impact on American history that had not been widely recognized you in the presidential campaigns. I've covered covered people often told me that they love Barbara Bush, and that she was such a grandmother. And and they was she was their grandmother, and is not an accurate impression of of Barbara Bush is not a complete one because she was also smart and sharp and funny. She could intimidate the staffers who worked for husband and her son in the White House and she cared deeply about some issues that were important her including interestingly aids, she turned out to be someone who pushed for more attention and acceptance of people with aids, and so it was it was it was a privilege to have a chance to get to know more about it. So she really was that compassionate conservative. She was a compassionate conservative. But she was also kind of sharp-eyed advisor, she was strategic in politics. You know, she played a. Personal role in seven of our past ten presidential campaigns, which is remarkable the bushes and MRs Bush herself didn't care for thirty politics. Even though she was strategic policy wise, and you write that at one point George H W Bush was furious when he discovered Roger stone who we all know about now was hired onto his presidential campaign. Can you tell us more about that? So this was an anecdote that didn't have much to do that Barbara Bush. But it was so interesting I put it in the book, anyway, which is leeann water who had been partnered with Roger shown was running President Bush's nineteen Eighty-eight campaign has successful campaign for the White House, and George H W Bush learned when they were on air force to that leeann water had slipped Roger stone onto the payroll of the campaign with a job in California. And he said is there no level to which we will not stoop demanded that he'd be fired. Why because I think Roger stone was well known for dirty politics. And it's very true that the nineteen thousand eight campaign was a was a rough one in George H W Bush engaged in some politics of his own, including the Willie Horton ad that became notorious. But there was he did have a sense that Roger stone was just a step too far. But the broader of version two thirty politics is something that. Really, I think as you mentioned your book turned off MRs Bush, especially to President Trump with the whole Bush family famously choosing not to endorse him as the Republican nominee, especially following his attacks on her son jet. How did she react to that? She was very much an advocate. I guess all mothers. Are she was offended by the campaign that time that Donald Trump ran against Jeb Bush in the Republican primaries in two thousand sixteen and she was also distressed in a broader way by Donald Trump's character her questions about his character. And it went so far that she blamed on Trump for her heart attack in June of two thousand sixteen now wasn't technically a heart attack. But it was a health crisis involving our heart. And she told me that she was just so riled up about Trump all the time that she felt that it caused this this health crisis, and Jeb Bush, then called her and said you have to let it go. You have to have faith in the country. You can't. Let yourself be in this constant state of education about it. And she said she tried hard to take his advice. Also politics runs deep in the family. Do you think? And did she think that we will eventually see another Bush president or prominent political figure, especially among younger generations. So I asked her that. And she said that she didn't know, and she thought it was possible that maybe another generation or two, but what struck me about her answer was that. I don't think she really cared when she talked about when you talked about what she was proud of with her family, which I think could fairly be called dynasty. It wasn't the political part of that dynasty. It wasn't the elective office of that dynasty. It was the public service aspects of the dynasty, and her her grandchildren actually have been quite involved in public service in ways that are nine elective office. Of course, George Bush is has gone run for office. He's. Been elected and reelected to statewide office in Texas, but others of her grandchildren have done other kinds of things her namesake. Barbara Pierce Bush, granddaughter is co founded the global health corps. Another granddaughter has helped launch global feeding program whenever grandsons Pierce left. A corporate job to run boys club Girls Club of greater Texas. Another grandson enlisted in the marines and served in Afghanistan in service. It was never publicly disclosed generations of service to this country by the Bush family USA today bureau chief in Washington, Susan page on her biography about Barbara Bush, the matriarch thank you, Susan. Thank you Steve now to another well-known American Kim Kardashian trying to shape her future. More from CBS news correspondent Pam Coulter. Core dash following in the footsteps of her late father, Robert Kardashian, a lawyer who defended OJ. Simpson. The reality TV star says she's apprentice with the San Francisco law firm, inspired by her successful effort to win freedom for Alice. Marie Johnson who was pardoned by President Trump. California's one of four states that don't require someone to attend law school before taking the bar exam. She told vogue magazine torches, the most confusing subject contract law the most boring and criminal law. She can do it or sleep. Pam coulter. CBS news coming.
Employment bounces back in March with 196K jobs added
"Icho. Some good news in the March employment report, CBS news, Steve Kathan reports. The government says employers added one hundred ninety six thousand jobs last month. Good numbers as CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger. They have care industry continues to add jobs forty nine thousand in March almost four hundred thousand jobs in healthcare over the past twelve months. We also saw good gains in professional and technical services. And the nation's jobless rate held steady at three point eight percent near the lowest level in almost
Albert Pujols' MLB-sponsored 'Strike Out Slavery' campaign spotlights fight against human trafficking
"Baseball slugger and his wife are active in an effort to fight human trafficking. CBS's Steve Kathan, Albert holes is slugged more than six hundred home runs in his eighteen year MLB career. Give it. Now, he and his wife. Deidra, have teamed up off the field to combat an expanding global issue human trafficking alarming. How many people will still often say why didn't know this was happening here for the past two years? The pool halls is have been spreading awareness through their nonprofit strike out. Slavery foundation is planning events in four stadiums in twenty nineteen and their long term goal is to have an ambassador from all thirty MLB
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"Conference. Please traditionalist but raised doubts about the modern Methodist motto. Open hearts. Open minds open doors, please do not ignore our voices. Traditionalist said loosening the fates ban on same sex marriage and ordination of gay and lesbian. Clergy defied the word of God. Like Reverend Keith Boyer. They said LGBT members are welcome up to a point. I believe that those who engage in the practice of homosexuality or not living a life that pleases, God meter an emotional debate. New rules were adopted to stiffen punishment for heretics clergy who officiate at same sex, weddings could be suspended without pay for a year and defrocked if they do it again, but Reverend Thomas Berlin said tradition for tradition sake is self destructive. You will be putting a virus into the American church that will make it very sick. But delegates were mindful of where the church is growing thirty percent of members are from Africa where many nations outlaw homosexuality itself. Matthew Pearson is a gay minister from California who rejects the traditional plan and said it's possible. A new church is being born we are prepared to live into our full calling as a church what that looks like at this point. I don't know dean Reynolds, CBS news, Chicago. The state of Texas has put a seventy year old man to death. Billy Cobham became the oldest inmate ever executed in Texas in one thousand nine hundred ninety killed the grandparents and brother of a strange wife outside. Waco spokesman Robert her says the veterans last statement twice included the phrase that'll be five dollars. He decided that he would use that catchphrase whenever someone would talk to him. To see if they would give him money the way that the children in Vietnam were given money by the soldiers when he was over there as that was happening Coble, son daughter-in-law and a friend had to be removed from the witness booth for screaming and pounding on the glass they were jailed for resisting arrest. Barbara schwartz. For CBS news, Dallas WalMart, avoiding some heat. Here's correspondent Steve Kathan. There's where the WalMart store, and and North Carolina has found a new job for greeter J Melton is tops. When you walk into the store. He feel welcomed in WalMart. Melton a seventeen year employees with cerebral palsy face losing his job and got news coverage along with others. Now that the company wants those workers to perform more physical tasks, the WalMart CEO has outlined specific steps. Now that stores can take to keep those employees on the job. Steve Kaethe and CBS knew that.
"steve kathan" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"A divisive issue in our country. And let us see, but the facts are. But the law is and what is the president before leaving Vietnam. Mr. Trump called yesterday's hearing fake. It was very interesting because he didn't lie about one thing. He said no collusion with the Russian hoax. And I said, I wonder why he didn't just lie about that too. Like he did about everything else. Israel's leader faces indictment in connection with a corruption scandal more from Jerusalem and CBS's Robert Berger. Israel's attorney general has decided to indict Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on charges of bribery fraud. And breach of trust pending a hearing Netanyahu allegedly traded favors for more positive media coverage and accepted lavish gifts from wealthy benefactors. He denies any wrongdoing. Walmart says it's trying to find places for greeters as as it adds. More heavy lifting to the job description. Here's correspondent Steve Kathan. Outcry is growing on social media over WalMart's plan to give physical duties to the greeters who are familiar to shoppers wetter stores all over the country, many are elderly or people with disabilities. And we'll have to let go Jim Melman. Son. Jay has cerebral palsy and works at a wal mart in Marion North Carolina. They have to do is make accommodations for. That's all shoppers at the store say it would be a shame. If Jay lost his job. He's everybody's Betty. He's got a smile that will go from here to California. Steve Kaethe CBS news USA today reports Martha Stewart is partnering with major marijuana and hemp producers market hemp derived products for pets and humans. The Dow is down thirty two points. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance..
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"The Senate has passed the compromise border security measure eighty three to sixteen sending it to the house for consideration. More from CBS news Bill Rakoff after the Eighty-three sixteen vote in the Senate. The house is expected to take up the measure sometime this evening. Just a little more than twenty four hours before the deadline to pass the funding Bill. The White House says it will sign the measure, but will also declare a national emergency to get more border wall money. House speaker Nancy Pelosi was asked if she would challenge that declaration. It's important to note that when the president declares this emergency. First of all, it's not an emergency close who says Republicans feed to remember that with the precedent democratic presidents can declare emergencies to Bill Raikov CBS news, Capitol Hill. It was a rough ride for passengers on a flight to Reno CBS news. Steve Kathan has details. Scary moments on a delta flight from southern California to Seattle severe turbulence in a winter storm system sandbags flying in a beverage cart. Tumbling. It really was so scary sound we hit two brick buildings at thirty thousand feet five. Passengers were hurt. Three of them went to the hospital when the jet landed in Reno Nevada one passenger tweeted the crew handled it perfectly Steve Kathan. CBS news. We're learning. More about the call out for Cal fire swiftwater rescue team after first responders couldn't access a medical emergency in the delus- area. In the north county today. Seven people were rescued after three vehicles got trapped trying to cross the flooded delusion road. Cal fire says they could not access the area of the emergency due to flooded roads in the area. So they had to send in the swiftwater team. A flash flood warning is in effect for western San Diego County until three forty five this afternoon. A recent decision to allow people to sleep in their cars, and San Diego city streets isn't sitting well with some residents. I'll some people believe it's a solution to the growing problem of homelessness. Others say it brings new problems to San Diego neighborhoods news as Steve price takes a closer. Look at the issue. Some ocean beach residents are angry with the city over its recent vote to allow homeless people to live in their cars on city streets. They say it's already having a negative impact on their neighborhood..
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"Former democratic congressman John Dingell has died. His family says he entered hospice this week after suffering a heart attack a few months ago. Our Steve Kathan has a look back as the longest serving congressman in history. John Dingell was not just known for his longevity. But for how much he packed into those fifty nine years. Very important fishing, son. How long how world Dingle took over? His father's congressional seat in nineteen fifty five after he died in office, but younger Dingle would fight for the Civil Rights Act, Medicare and the environment. Well, being a champion for the auto industry in his home state. He announced his retirement in two thousand fourteen Steve cave-in CBS news. John Dingell was Ninety-two. Jeff Bezos, the Amazon founder and owner of the Washington Post is accusing the national enquirers parent company of blackmailing him by threatening to publish intimate photos. A less Basil's publicly backed off criticisms of the media company last month, the wealthiest person the world days O's announced his plans to divorce his longtime wife hours later, the National Enquirer published a story detailing an alleged affair between the billionaire and TV personalities Lauren. Sanchez publishing pictures and text messages between the two CBS news legal analysts Thane Rosenbaum, am I can certainly claim that it has a first amendment right to publish the photos. Because they are news worthy dealing with a matter of public concern, the behavior of the founder and CEO of one of the world's largest public corporations. But that doesn't give them the right to threaten those to. Release a statement in order for them to bury the story and the photos new calls from fellow politicians Virginia's governor to resign following him meeting to wearing black face decades ago. Correspondent Jim Krasula joint statement Virginia's US senators and seven democratic congressman again called for governor. Ralph Northam to resign. They stopped short of calling for Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax and attorney general Mark herring. This step down. That would cause a political chain reaction that could give the governorship to Republicans. Frank robinson. Baseball's fearsome trailblazer has died at the age of eighty three in a two thousand four hall of fame oral history project interview Robinson said he was thinking of something Jackie Robinson had said during his last public appearance back. In nineteen seventy two. I was coming. It was a great moment. Great moment in the history of baseball thought about the comment that Jackie had mentioned about the one in the alive. C F America. This is CBS news. WBZ news time, twelve oh. Three Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes. We've got major issues.
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"Ago. Patriots won their first SuperBowl. Now. The patriots have while he paid lip service to New England SuperBowl record you have to believe Goodell. Just wants it to end because since the deflate gate fiasco anytime the Commissioner finds himself sharing a stage with New England Patriots. He'll be showered with the jeers of their fans. Kendall Buhl WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. It was a rousing national anthem before the big game last night from class act. Gladys knight. More from correspondent Bill zephyr on the performance of the anthem. Everybody wanted to see Gladys Knight with the national anthem overall. Tremendous hit Gladys Knight's seventy four years old delivered a stirring, national anthem of void of any kind of controversy. She sounded great. Everything looked great the military. Over was great as they opened up. The Rupe for that down at Mercedes Benz stadium. So thumbs up for the anthem. Then we go to the halftime show. And if there's one thing that went over terribly in the Super Bowl experience. It was maroon five at how that provided the halftime entertainment, specifically, Adam LeVine, the lead singer of maroon five from his shirt that many compared to a pillow or a couch or curtains too many people saying I didn't want to know how many tattoos Adam LeVine had had when he ended up going shirtless during the concert one reviewer called it empty bar. Doing basic and sleepy. All right. How about the Super Bowl ads CBS's Steve Kathan, take salute the ones that have talking the Super Bowl ad getting the most buzz began as a beer commercial..
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"CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by zoom videoconferencing. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. There's more life left at Sears. Correspondent Steve Kathan has this morning's developments, Sears chairman succeeded in bankruptcy court with his revamped five point two billion dollar takeover bid. A lifeline for forty five thousand workers at the chains. Remaining four hundred twenty-five stores business analyst Jill Schlesinger right now. It looks like the company will emerge from bankruptcy. It'll have less debt, but it's still faces very steep hurdles in trying to repay all the money. It owes and operate in a competitive landscape dominated by the likes of Amazon and WalMart. Creditors are still expected to raise objections before a bankruptcy judge signs off Steve Kathan, CBS news. A new report from the White House council of economic advisers finds the twenty six day-old partial government shutdown is hurting economic growth twice as much as originally estimated. New calculation show. It's costing more than point one percentage pointing growth every week White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, I know that there has been some impact. But at the same time, we're focused on the long term economic principles that the president's laid out whether it's through deregulation tax cuts that have helped us give us the booming economy that we have tens of thousands of furloughed IRS employees have been ordered back to work with no pay to process returns and refunds attorney general nominee. William bar is about to undergo a second day of questioning and the Senate Judiciary committee CBS's Nancy Cortez. Listen to what he had to say about the Russia probe on day. One one commit to recusing himself from the investigation. He said that is up to him not DOJ ethics officials, but still the chair of this committee does expect him to be confirmed with the Brexit clock ticking. British Prime Minister Theresa may is facing a no confidence vote today. Live to London and CBS's. Vicki Barker after yesterday's crushing defeat of May's Brexit Bill. Opposition labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, says it's time for new election. The prime minister.
NY health officials investigating illnesses linked to McDonald's outlet
"Kathan with the story tally fan has filed a suit, in Massachusetts claiming she. Was groped during an April twenty Seventeen selfie with him Natalie teen accused him of assault and battery she says he invited her over for a photo when he saw her, snapping one of him from afar at a. Restaurant in. Boston she claims. He grabbed and kissed her face put his hands on her breasts. And buttocks and put his hands
Vatican says Pope Francis to meet sex abuse victims in Ireland
"Were more than a decade investigators in once staunchly Catholic Ireland have been documenting decades of clerical abuse and. Cover ups as recently as seven years ago when its parliament officially deplored the church's role in obstructing attempts to protect children the Vatican responded by recalling its ambassador survivors and others will be watching pope ranches very. Closely this weekend to see just how far down the road of repentance and redress the church is now. Prepared
Omarosa: Tape has Trump campaign aides spinning use of N-word
"Update President Trump's reelection, campaign is going after former White House aide. I'm manigault Newman CBS's Steven Portnoy. It's not clear. What damages the Trump campaign is seeking. Nor is it known what specific contractual language the campaign accuses Omarosa violating but in a statement the campaign acknowledges it is taking. The former White House staffer into arbitration the president tweeted yesterday that manigault Newman had fully signed. Nondisclosure agreement the, campaign, says she signed it when she joins the election effort. In. Two thousand sixteen new development. Came just hours after all morose escalated her war of words with the White House. On CBS this morning explaining why she kept recording person. Who covers. Her on back, and Trump world everyone, lies everyone says one, thing one day and they changed, their story the next, day Trump called her, a, dog, on Twitter, and a crazed. Crying
Remington, the oldest US gun maker, files for bankruptcy amid declining sales
"The gun maker remington has filed for bankruptcy protection it's face dropping sales and lawsuits since the sandy hook massacre back in two thousand twelve is the area where you live a healthy one there's a new survey city of falls church virginia outside washington is number one on the top five healthiest communities list the boast strong incomes and strong outcome measures for health tim smart is an executive editor with us news and there are also among the most walkable communities so they you know they have a lot of community vitality rounding out the top five douglas county in broomfield county colorado los alamos county new mexico and dukes county massachusetts go rakoff cbs news a fresh new york state report says the average bonus paid to wall street securities industry employees was one hundred eighty four thousand dollars last year the bonus for brokers was around that amount to steve kathan cbs news this is a special now from thunder radio wm sr your latest local weather reaching the mid fifties this afternoon a high of fifty five this afternoon and the chance of rain twenty percent we fall to forty eight degrees.
Officers were sent to wrong house before Mo. cops's fatal shooting
"Terrible mistake plunged three missouri police officers into a dangerous and what turned out to be a deadly situation cbs's peter king three of the officers were sent to the wrong house fifteen miles from where the nine one one call came from a man in that how shot the officers than gutted with standoff with police who responded to their calls for help the kansas city star reports the gunman refused to let them help an officer who later died the accused gunman's cousin says he shouldn't have had weapons in the first place he's been in and out of prison for years was facing drug and weapons charges when police mistakenly showed up at his home peter king cbs news oprah winfrey is sold about a quarter of her stake in weightwatchers is the joy for me love oprah bought ten percent of the company three years ago she says she's simply balancing her investment portfolio steve kathan cbs news he my name's bread he.
Police identify Alabama man who killed himself near White House
"In the us plate neville on wmal and wmal dot com a bill before maryland lawmakers would ban offshore wind turbines for being built within twenty six miles of the coast house and senate versions of the measure scheduled to be debated in committee rooms this week but the proposal is likely to face some headwinds and the democratically controlled legislature which was back several recent renewable energy initiatives authorities have identified the man who shot and killed himself in front of the white house the other day police say was 26yearold kamran ross burgess recently of may lean alabama essay burgess prost the fence along the north side of the white house wood fired several rounds from a handgun shortly before midday on saturday a pretrial hearing is set for delaying the bill cosby sexual assault case at the last trial the prosecution was about the call only one other cosby accuser to the stand in an attempt to establish a pattern one of the things being argue today's whether they'll be allowed to call up to nineteen women to the witness stand this time a different defense attorneys representing the eightyyearold comedian former michael jackson defense attorney tom maseru in a recent court filing he questioned whether an impartial jury could be found he said that jurors would likely be infected with prejudice because of the current hostile climate he was talking about the hashtag mi2 movement the hearing is taking place just one week after cosby's daughter and said died steve kathan bam on wmal and wmal.