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02:45 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Other insurers come out of stage situations, you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. I'm Steve Scott Wallace three things to know at five fifteen number one, President Trump democratic leaders agreed to spend two trillion dollars on infrastructure. Governor Cuomo tells CBS he hopes the feds will help pay for new Hudson rail tunnel, but he skeptical number two thousands of supporters of opposition leader one glider clashing with the military in Venezuela after call for. For an uprising against President Nicolas Maduro video showed a military vehicle. Running over some protesters and three the NYPD is warning about a new and sophisticated. Telephone scam are Steve burns with more from police headquarters, the NYPD community affairs chief Nilda Hoffman says there were just three complaints about the scam and twenty eight twenty nineteen year to date. We have had over two hundred complaints over two million dollars stolen, just in the social security scam. People of all ages and all backgrounds are falling for it. She says involving scammers tricking Colorado to make it look like a law enforcement or government agency is calling you tell you that your social security number has been involved in fraud or money laundering or drug trafficking. Deputy inspector. Jessica Corry says they tell you to get gift cards often tens of thousands in gift cards, also then possibly chance view to somebody else, and that person purports to be law enforcement, and they back up the entire story. You've been told she says victims. Need to come forward. So police investigate and possibly track down these scammers at one police plaza. Steve burns WCBS, NewsRadio eighty cities. Born of elections was on the hot seat today as the city council held a hearing on early voting WCBS clam as more from city hall, mayor de Blasio is offering the board of elections seventy five million dollars and urging it to open one hundred early voting sites for this fall election, but the boards Michael Ryan conversation with councilmember Calman Yegar noted early voting means a polling site must commit to being that for twelve days and held up a stack of letters from former site saying no CANDU where like when you front doorbell rings. And you realize it somebody that you don't want to in for a Cup of coffee dive on the couch and shut the lights off. Mistreat erector. That's by a lot of locations. They wanna talk a good game about civic engagement, civic responsibility. But when it comes to putting their facilities available. They don't do Ryan says the board has so far dented thirty seven locations, which might allow early voting at fifty Broadway, rich, lamb WCBS, NewsRadio eighty five eighteen WCBS, traffic.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. I'm Steve Scott Wallace three things to know at five fifteen number one with the government shutdown over house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is invited President Trump to deliver his state of the union address in the house chamber on February fifth to the Justice department has filed Bank fraud conspiracy charges against the Chinese tech giant Weiwei and one of its top executives who allegedly misled American banks about why always business deals in Iran and three in Manhattan, housekeeper is in stable condition after the F D N Y rescued her from an elevator in her bosses Manhattan. Townhouse today she had been trapped in that elevator since Friday New York state, lawmakers are close to approving a new child victims act the afternoon, they would extend the statute of limitations and child sex abuse cases, WCBS Kevin Ran Cohen says the New York state Catholic conference opposes the act. It's an issue the pope himself way to not holding. Child abusers accountable. Governor Cuomo says the change of tone within the church has helped change attitudes here at home, the only sin, I believe greater than abusing a child would be protecting those who abuse a child the legislation which had been blocked for more than a decade by Senate Republicans would also allow legal action against public institutions Cuomo was asked what if that puts his school or a hospital out of business, then they shouldn't have committed the crime. The governor says it's time to stop the denials. They've been too many situations exposed the record is too. Well, founded the child victims act would give victims more time to pursue criminal charges or sued their abusers. It would also create a one year window to file lawsuits which are beyond the current statute of limitations. Kevin ranker WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eight governor Murphy and senators Menendez and Booker got a firsthand look at the. The crumbling state of the Hudson river rail tunnels today are rich lamb was aboard the train with the delegation threw a huge picture.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. I'm Steve Scott Wallace three things to know at five forty five number one, President Trump addresses the nation at nine tonight to discuss what he calls the humanitarian crisis at the Mexican border and the need for a wall empty Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will deliver the democratic response to Nassau County. Health officials are contacting parents who have kids at the Baldwin school where lead paint chips have been found. One pre K student tested positive for lead poisoning. And number three, mayor de Blasio is announced a new program to pay for the health care for the six hundred thousand New Yorkers who don't have health insurance. He says the one hundred million dollar program will more than pay for itself by negating the need for costly ER visits. The biggest issues surrounding the L train repair plan are coming into focus five days after the governor made a stunning announcement that a full shutdown is not necessary. WCBS Steve burns us with us. Now to explain Steve would are. Some of the big concerns now that we've had some time to digest the governor's new ideas. Yeah. There was kind of lost thrown at a solid once back on Thursday. A lot of people that should have had some kind of say in this where left a little bewildered, but we've heard a lot now from those engineers the governor brought in we've heard from Andy by for the president of New York City transit. We're also hearing a lot from some skeptical local law makers there are questions surrounding almost every aspect of this plan. And of course, the planet self and how it came about. Maybe the biggest one is whether this is a patchwork band aid solution or whether it will be good for the eighty to one hundred years. The original plan was advertised as Colombia's Mary Boyce, kind of straddle the line in a radio interview today saying it will last longer than the decade or to a lot of critics have estimated she called it a forty or fifty year or beyond type of solution. Also, there are some concerns about some of the structures here if they're deteriorating bench wall, they wanna leave in their post and problems and whether the hundred year old tunnel structure itself can handle having cables attached to it. So lots of. Questions and still we don't know exactly who will answer them or win for that matter. What's the reaction of some local leaders there? Yeah. You know, it's been it's kinda kinda interesting watching how this all played out at different levels of government versus what's happening on the ground, which for most people in the Williamsburg area. Was this big cyber leaf what happened last week was really kind of just an enormous execution of powered by governor Cuomo and caught a lot of people off guard like people that have spent the last two years essentially saying you need to trust me on. This is going to be bad. Well, that trust is pretty much out the window now headed a really surprisingly candid conversation with the city council member for north Brooklyn Antonio rhino. So he went into how he had to use up so much political capital to get people on board with the shutdown. And now we pretty much admitted that he'd understand if his constituents don't trust him anymore. He said pretty much anyone who had tried to get people prepared for this shutdown. Now has a credibility problem. Thanks to what the governor did. And I think that's really what's kind of driving a lot of these calls for more details. All right. Thank you. Steve WCBS reporter Steve burns, five forty eight..

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Good evening. I'm Steve Scott Wallace three things to know at six fifteen number one, British Prime Minister Theresa may handily survived. The no confidence vote today will remain in power may says she'll keep fighting for Brexit deal and will be at an summit on Thursday looking for more concessions from European leaders who've already said no way to Michael Collins been sentenced to three years in prison. President Trump's former attorney says blind loyalty to Trump lead him down a path of darkness admitted to line to congress violating campaign finance laws and tax evasion. And number three mayor de Blasio today unveiled what he calls Niger two point. Oh and ambitious plan to fix public housing. The mayor says every aspect of public housing in the city top to bottom needs to be repaired. We know that the decades of neglect meant that everything has to be addressed from the basement up through the apartments to the roof. This will now allow. Wow. Us to provide seven day a week service for people live in public housing. The mayor says Nitra two point, oh, we'll cover an estimated twenty four billion dollars in capital repairs needed over the next decade. You heard about people being arrested for trying to smuggle drugs onto planes. How about live birds in hair rollers, that's what police say a man did last weekend at JFK? He was arriving on a flight from Guyana border protection agents. Stopped him inspected his bag. They found seventy live finches and hair. Rollers? The finches are now quarantined agriculture officials are inspecting them for diseases Harvey. Weinstein's lawyer says the sexual assault case against Weinstein needs a complete do over Ben Braff calls the current indictment flawed. He says there should be a new grand jury which should get to hear new evidence in favor of Weinstein Weinstein was charged in may he's already had one count of committing criminal sexual apps thrown out because prosecutors revealed there were problems with the accusers story a half dozen top staff. Members who governor Murphy will testify next week about the allegations of a woman who says she was raped by a now former staffer to the governor Katie Brennan detail, those allegations last week before a special legislative committee and as part of the investigation into how Irvy's office handled the rape complaint. Brennan now works for state finance agency. She says she tried to go through the proper channels to report the incident, but no action was taken until the story ran in the Wall Street Journal, and even then she says the accused staffer Al Alvarez remained on the job for weeks. The governor I declined to say if the staffers would testify they were not subpoenaed. So they're not required to appear. But we're came out today from a senior Murphy official that they will testify six eighteen at WCBS, traffic.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I'm Steve Scott Wallace. You get your news from us in the afternoons on WCBS on the right in we depend on tat foreign act to get us caught up on the day's top stories read things to know on WCBS, one CVS NewsRadio. Eight eighty listen every day. A wildfire has destroyed a northern California town named paradise more on that in five minutes for now coming up on three fifty five. Let's get the Bloomberg money news here on WCBS and check the numbers here from Bloomberg business. Dow futures down ninety seven points right now, NASDAQ futures down fifty three and a half points while SMP now thirteen and a half at this point economists surveyed by Bloomberg expect to hear there was a two tenths percent increase in wholesale level. Inflation last month, the Labor Department will release its producer price data before the markets. Open. The university of Michigan's early November reading on consumer sentiment comes out right after the start of trading. Congress may be hard pressed to get a lot done over the next two years with the house and Senate controlled by different parties and Wall Street may be just fine with that Meghan green of Manulife asset management. If you don't have the government need a whole lot. And you just extended already been legislated thinking too new. Behaving. According to that. Then the economy can learn it, it doesn't necessarily take the economy. It's actually the market truly love gridlock. Green. Sees a possibility of bipartisan deals on drug prices and infrastructure spending, a workforce conference in New York today, we'll feature appearances by the presidents of the Federal Reserve banks of New York and Philadelphia with money news at twenty five and fifty five on WCBS. I'm Bloomberg's Alisa Parenti imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

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03:06 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"I'm Steve Scott Wallace free things to know at five forty five. One police say they knew the marine who killed twelve people to bar in Thousand Oaks, California last night responded to his home in April when he was angry and agitated they were told he may have had post traumatic stress disorder to Manhattan DA's office charge to construction managers with assault for a mini crane collapse in Harlem in June that injured two ironworkers three the captain of the tourist duck boat that sank in Missouri in July killing seventeen people has been indicted on seventeen counts of misconduct negligence or inattention to duty by ships officer resulting in death. Former new York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will not face charges after he was accused of physically abusing four women are Mike smelt is following the story. Mike wire prosecutors not pressing charges. Well, listen medication was run by Nassau County district attorney, Matt. Title and singers, and she says that she personally interviewed sherman's accusers. And while singer says she believes them the Nassau DA says that legal impediments, including the statute of limitations has led her not to pursue charges. Sharon was accused by four women who had a relationship with of severe, physical, abuse slapping, choking them. A slamming them against walls and often this happened after Shannon would drink a significant amount of alcohol and to women even said he threatened to kill them. If he broke up with them if they broke up with him. But despite all the singer says she didn't feel like she had enough evidence. That would have brought a prosecution we understand Schneiderman has spoken out about this. Yes. Schneiderman admits he did wrong in some way. He says that sings is decision to not prosecute him. Does not mean he did nothing wrong. He apologized to his accusers any accepts full responsibility. And he adds that he spent time in rehab and is committed to recovery. Whatever that recovery is. So is in the clear now what happens to him? Well, that's an interesting question. Singer says she will not prosecute Schneiderman for these incidents, at least at the moment along with her nouncement that charges were not going to be brought against the former new York Attorney General singers is also proposing a new state law that would fill in a gap in a similar case, essentially whether to partners are together in one of the partners physically abuses that partner during an act of sexual gratification. If there's not consent in that situation, you would be able to prosecute that type of person under New York law, which is what Eric Schneiderman is accused of of career-wise, rare Schneiderman is a whole different story in his statement. He apologized to the people of New York that's a phrase that Amelie sounds like someone who's leaving the door open to run for office of some kind again. I mean, we've seen this sort of thing before here in New York fed Eliot Spitzer, Anthony Weiner, both men who were supposed to be nuclear waste politically. And that both ran again for office before the New Yorker story came out Schneiderman was seen as a rising star in the. Democratic party. So it's a possibility Sherman decides to give it another shot of politics. All right, Mike. Thanks WCBS. Reporter Mike smells, five forty eight. A WCBS.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS. I'm Steve Scott Wallace three things to know at six fifteen number one, President Trump announced on Twitter today. The Jeff Sessions is out as US attorney general the president has been criticizing sessions ever since he recused himself in the Russian investigation to President Trump says the midterm elections defied history. He took credit for Republicans extending their advantage in the Senate and for minimizing their losses in the house and three the Dow closed up five hundred forty five points today. It was the biggest gain on the day after the midterm elections since nineteen eighty to hate crime is up in New York City. There have been more than three hundred nine hate crime. So far this year compared to two hundred ninety seven at this point last year. Jews have been the targets more than half of the crimes one hundred fifty nine antisemitic crimes have been reported. So far this year. Police are now looking for several juvenile's who targeted Jews last week. Reclaim has details. The NYPD is investigating a group of seven youths described by chief of detectives Dermott shea as appearing to be between twelve to fourteen years old chief says and forty five minutes last Saturday, the attack Jews and a synagogue in three separate incidents in Bedford Stuyvesant Brooklyn running up behind an individual fourteen year old boy and knocking his hand off and pushing him pushing a ten year old girl to the ground. And then the last one I think I have it in their correct order throwing the pipe through the window. So that's the image that we put out we're continuing to arc that case. We asked for anyone to call crime stoppers that number is one eight hundred five seven seven tips. Detectives are also working video define the person who scrawled racial graffiti at the African burial ground national monument in lower Manhattan, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty along island man is accused of stealing and LGBT flag. Several times from outside a church are so feel whole talked with the pastor there the rainbow. LGBT flag was placed on the front lawn of the congregational United church of Christ here in ill back in July. The pastor ray-ban yolo who is gay tells me not long after the flag disappeared at first. He didn't think anything of it. And so the flag disappeared again. That's when the police were called fag was taken we put up a banner and the. Banner said basically what you're doing is is a violent act fake snack kind that. It's hurtful..

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. I'm Steve Scott Wallace. At five forty five. One thirties have arrested a Brooklyn born man for this week's package bombs. Fifty-six year-old Caesar was caught in south Florida where he's along rhapsody. President Trump says though Seok is a Trump supporter. Don't blame him the president of the man's actions. To the FBI says, it tracked down sake with a fingerprint found on the package, the congresswoman Maxine Waters, and traces of DNA he left onto other devices. Torney general Jeff Sessions says say Ocoee is charged with five federal crimes which carry a maximum prison sentence of forty eight years. Five forty five on the roundup with nasty weather on the way this weekend. Environmentalists in New Jersey believe the state is not well protected and that a small storm can still do damage to flood prone areas. CBS's MAC Rosenberg joining us now MAC, what are those environmental saying? Well, Michael almost six years now since sandy, and basically they're saying that sea levels have been rising climate impacts are getting worse study. At a Rutgers says, it's levels are going to rise three feet by the end of the century. Another study says that compared to six years ago. It's now seventeen times more likely that another storm like sandy could happen. So just to give you some of the visuals here, I spoke with Jeff tiddle of the New Jersey Sierra Club. And he told me that fish are now swimming in storm drains, you have roads that go underwater when there's a full moon, reservoir levels are very very low that allows for more salt intrusion in the water supply, and perhaps most importantly, it's not just the coastal communities that are feeling this Hoboken, a perfect example of an inland. City that cease frequent flooding. How is governor Murphy responding to this? Well, the governor has made several verbal commitments to fighting climate change and rising sea levels. Unlike his predecessor, Chris Christie, he did announce plans for increase in the offshore wind energy capacity in New Jersey. But sydell says he's had meetings with the governor's office. There's been some transparency there, which does give him hope. But ultimately, there's got to be a rollback of Christie administration policies and governor Christie weakened regulations on water protection Adelaide for more property development in flood prone areas. Tiddle also said that the state should buy out those vulnerable areas to restore wetlands and marshland so that they flood instead of people's homes and Matt climate change is also a concern here. He has as I mentioned the governor has spoken about this his intentions to raise offshore wind capacity. He says that his plan is largest and most ambitious wind energy solicitation scheduled the country tiddle. Those are a lot of words at this point. He says the goals are tough to reach. And that New Jersey is the only state in the region without a climate adaptation and mitigation plant so overall there's hope here that the governor will turn some of its words into action. All right. Thank you Mak Mak Rosenberg with us live here in the newsroom. Five forty eight WCBS, traffic.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Stay informed. Stay connected. Depend on WCBS. I'm Steve Scott Wallace free things to know at five fifteen one President Trump calls for unity after explosive devices were mailed to CNN Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and billionaire George Soros democratic leader Chuck Schumer Nancy Pelosi, seeing a joint statement that President Trump has condoned physical violence and divided Americans. With his words and actions to stocks plunge again a racing their games for the year. The Dow is down six hundred eight points s and p lost eighty four NASDAQ dropped three hundred twenty nine the NASDAQ now in correction tour territory down twelve percent from its peak in August and three the bodies of two women bound together with duct tape washed up on the Upper West side today. The bodies washed ashore along the Hudson near sixty eighth street. We understand the bodies were fully closed. Don't get no how long they had been in the water or how those women died. A seventh child that a healthcare center. At Passaic county has died of a viral infection. Marla diamond has the latest from Haskell New Jersey. There are questions surrounding the release of information about the outbreak. A state health department spokeswoman says the department was notified by the facility on October ninth of respiratory illnesses. But did not send a notification to families until October nineteenth which is very troubling to Republican state assemblywoman Holly Shapiro, see something that I think we need answers. Here. You have medically fragile children whose parents or not. Any sort of information or even a choice as to whether or not they wanted to keep their children in the Senate. And we are now learning about several health code violations at the wanna cue center for nursing and rehabilitation in March of two thousand sixteen the facility was cited for failing to properly supervised patients after one fractured a leg falling in the shower, and in may of two thousand seventeen the facility was cited for several practices that could lead to the spread of infection in Haskell, New.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Than fifteen minutes from. The big stories on WCBS I'm Steve Scott Wallace To know at three, forty five one people lining up outside the Arizona state capitol ahead of the public viewing of Senator John McCain's. Casket earlier during a private, ceremony McCain's, wife Cindy pressed her against the flight break to several tips of let investigators to the remains of another MS thirteen murder victim in Nassau. County they believe the teenage boy was killed a year. Ago three more body parts have been found in bags at a Bronx park police believe the body parts all came from the same, woman a billboard in, union New. Jersey the calls President Trump an idiot is getting some strong reaction from folks who live and work in that. Town Mike shmelts joins. Us, now, Mike you talked to the guy who paid for that. Billboard why is it up? In what did he have to? Say so nil Harrison put up the billboards to advertise a. Documentary he's going to release this. Year there is a line in the billboard saying a new film coming, soon but that line is in grabbing everyone's. Attention what is grabbing people's attention is the line above it that are in big white, letters saying our, leader the idiot next to a picture of President Trump sort of. Grimacing and mashing his teeth? So when someone drives by the? Message the mostly getting is a negative in some would say. Disrespectful one about President Trump Harrison. Sort of flip back and forth while talking about the billboard saying that, it was an ad for his movie but. Then also saying it was a former protests so he's a bit wishy washy on the, subject so what, are people in union saying about it It's a. Pretty strong reaction as you can imagine I spoke with one official from union township and she was saying they've, been flooded with responses phone, calls Facebook messages both in, support of and against the billboard being up as I was standing by, the billboard today someone walked. Up to me furious that this billboard was up, some people though just laughed when I asked him about it just thinking. Overall it was not that offensive and pretty harmless, Harrison though, says he would not apologize to anyone. That's offended that he's not forcing anyone, to look at it but really drivers can't help but to. Look at it it's right, there on the other side of the sidewalk on Morris avenue which is a busy road if you try to, avoid to look at it you'd have to take. Your eyes off the road in front of you. So is the town going to take it down I spoke to said there's really nothing they can. Do I mean the billboard is on private, property it's owned by a company that billboard Harrison. Paid for, his message, to be placed on that billboard some would say it's disrespectful but is it outwardly offensive something that, you know you need to shield children's is about you know some people would. Argue yes but maybe the people that are. You know the, town of course would rather it be taken. Down since it's not the type of PR union wants to be getting involved with but again the town says, it's pretty powerless in the, situation and what they're hoping, is that there's enough public pressure on the company that owns the billboard, that eventually they'll decide to. Back out of their deal with Harrison and take, it down themselves all right Mike thanks WCBS Mike's melts in union township. New Jersey three forty eight on the afternoon roundup.

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03:01 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"More than fifteen. Minutes from the big stories on WCBS? I'm Steve Scott Wallace three things to know at five forty five one former. City health Commissioner and CDC director Thomas Friedman did not enter. A plea during his arraignment this afternoon for sex abuse, woman claims Fredin, groped her at his home last fall to Senator John McCain decides to stop medical treatment for his brain cancer. And three secretary of state Mike, Pompeo was supposed to, visit Korea, this weekend but President Trump. Has called that trip off CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff joins us from Washington Bill why did the president. Cancel the trip so, the president doesn't. Feel as if there's been enough progress made toward denuclearization and that comes as a pretty rare admission from the president. When you think that just a couple of months ago he said. That you. Know there was not going to be a nuclear threat. Anymore back, in mid June with Kim Jong UN but in this series, of tweets he. Says Says we want to see, more progress from the north in the denuclearization. Process at the same time he's also saying China's not. Helping out as much as it could? Be with that process pointing out the trade dispute that's ongoing between the two. Countries what does the latest intelligence say about North Korea's nuclear. Activity well there is some ramping down in dismantling that's, been going on, at one of the sites out there but there's been a lot of talk about how effective that really is. And whether it was the up, to date You know site where a, lot of the processing was, going on at the same time there's been intelligence that's been. Showing that there's been a digital work continuing toward processing nuclear material, and that it hasn't slowed down at any sense? So the president getting, very frustrated by. This, after, saying again that North Korea wasn't going to be a threat anymore, the idea of Pompeii oh going, over with nothing really to show in terms of any kind of progress. Toward this has decided. To pull back and see what happens to perhaps use it as a bargaining chip not only against the north but as we mentioned against China to. In the trade dispute now you mentioned China in the president? Kind, of frustrated with them what could unfurl there as we move ahead here obviously the trade situation a, big factor well obviously there's been a lot of talks going on behind, the scenes upfront the president blustering meeting trade Tariff against tariff if you will it's been a. Back and forth but behind the scenes we've been hearing a lot of talk about hopefully coming to some resolution, this fall with the trade tariffs especially at the end of September. When they think the, biggest hit is gonna hit the American farmers so they want to get to that at. The same time they feel that China is almost using North Korea as a bargaining chip okay we'll help out a little bit more with North. Korea and try to maybe put the pressure on Kim, Jong, UN if you give us what we want in terms. Of the trade so, it's, kind of a three way chess game going on here between the three countries all right thank you Bill that CBS news correspondent Bill Rakoff in Washington five forty eight at.

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"On WCBS, I'm Steve Scott Wallace Three things to know three forty five, one attorney general Jeff Sessions defends himself and the Justice department after President Trump said sessions never took control of the department and should not, have recused himself from the Russia probe to you can, now text to nine one one Connecticut should be handy for the deaf and speech disabled or anyone who's in a. Situation where they, can't. Speak and three hurricane lane is bearing. Down on the Hawaiian, islands? KGAN BTV reporter Malacca Lincoln joins us on our Newsline Malek it's. Already raining there right Hi yes in fact we are talking about a significant amount of rainfall that has already contributed, flash flooding conditions at least one gauge on the east side of the big island the island of. Hawaii where we're, seeing the most significant impact right, now from, hurricane lane that langauge has indicated seventeen. Inches of rainfall in, about twelve, hours has already, contributed mudslides, and other major hazard conditions that, are. Unfortunately so dangerous right now that many major highways at least on that windward side again, of the island of of a are already shut down and officials are asking folks to stay inside his shelter endorse if at all possible, because there's really no reason to be out and about, Las school have been canceled that date wide and in fact most employers have told their employees go ahead stay home. Over the next, two. Days take care of yourself your family. Your loved ones your pet And that's really what officials want folks to be doing, Malacca what about tourists. I'm sure there's a lot of people from our area here in New York who are vacationing in, Hawaii if they were going to get out as a two later they stuck there, now. Through the, remainder of the storm fabulous question and certainly we do not want to be alarmist but, we want people to be making informed decisions that are the best, but themselves and the safety of their family and right now there are no airport closures now that said not every flight is still operating so you're gonna wanna make sure that you check with your airline carrier if you already had a book ticket in the near, future to find out exactly what's. Happening with that but there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to get out of Hawaii if you wanted to you I certainly don't recommend, coming to how they if you already did have something scheduled you might as well go ahead and. Push that back, another time when you can enjoy, what is, otherwise our beautiful weather some of the. Best weather on the, planet ear-, round and unless, they make the decision to shut down the airport which of course come from federal officials working with our state and county officials about whether or not that's needed there's no reason to believe that you would not be able to get out of hub at you right now if he wanted to malacca lincoln reporter with keiji m._b. t._v. on the big island of hawaii thank you for joining us we appreciate it thank you so much three forty eight on the w._c._b._s. afternoon roundup Traffic and weather. Together on the eight sponsored by Parx casino over to our traffic center Kelly Dillon and it's bumper to. Bumper on the westbound Staten Island expressway it's, all. From an earlier accident we had rep on victory boulevard luckily, has been cleared up so all lanes now getting by but the lanes Salamn back onto the Verizon bridge. Also, a little trouble on the westbound belt Parkway this afternoon after cross bay boulevard we have broken down car that, blocks at least a lane the eastbound l. i. e. really busy already traveling between the BQ, me and the, cross island delays past they're picking up through Nassau, Tabriz six one seven also your bumper to bumper on the southbound cross island Parkway offer an earlier accident from. About the throngs connect bridge on down to the e that's still jamming up again an earlier accident is the reason in an also pretty. Busy right now getting to the Queens-bound Whitestone anthrax bridges the westbound. Cross Bronx bumper to bumper. Lucky as well. Between the Bruckner and. The outbound, George the Westside highway not. Terrible But we are slumming up. Now from the seventies to the. George and those east side delays starting up in the,.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"No word on exactly who, is coming but there is an all star tribute that is coming together here in New York City to honor, Aretha Franklin this fall billboard and Rolling Stone say that Clive Davis who signed the Queen of soul to Arizona records thirty eight years ago is putting together this show the member fourteenth Madison Square Garden Franklin is in hospice care according to friends. And family Stevie, Wonder Jesse Jackson reportedly among those who have come to visit the seventy six year old yesterday there's been a special vigil in Detroit at new Bethel Baptist church began before dawn this morning and more. From reporter, Charlie Langton the new Bethel Baptist church in Detroit routinely has an early morning, prayer service but this morning prisoners like Mary Boone are asking for a miracle for the Queen, of soul Aretha Franklin. Spraying, time now if you love her is, praying time so it's time to come out and shout about, Franklin's pastor Robert Smith junior has a message for a wreath. Of Franklin I think, number, one respect Which is all about Charlie Langton for CBS news Detroit world record for the largest attendance ever at a concert was set on. This date in, one thousand nine hundred ninety five in New York City and if you think about it you can guess it was probably the Beatles at shea data was fifty six thousand fans at shea the Beatles. Got paid, one hundred sixty thousand bucks for that show in nineteen sixty five and amazing, and in the audience was a guy named Mick Jagger and a guy named Keith Richard and, later that evening a. Guy, named Bob Dylan visited the Beatles at, their hotel and so it goes not so long ago some, people out there listening would say six fifty two w CBS. News time I'm Steve Scott Wallace you. Get your news, from us in the afternoons, on WCBS on the right in.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"For gun violence prevention and voter registration drive police in Washington DC get ready for Sundays white civil rights rally Counter, protesters are expected. Governor Cuomo says allowing oil drilling New York short would be quote an act of insanity sports jets opened their preseason against the. Falcons. Tonight Yankee so's Texas Mets visit Miami partly cloudy eighty six degrees in New York. On Friday the tenth of August good afternoon I'm Steve Scott Wallace. It's three thirty one the WCBS afternoon, roundup, starts now. The prosecution in Paul manafort's fraud trial was, expected to wrap up its case today but it is still, going Washington Post national security reporter Devlin Barrett is on, our Newsline devil there was. A lengthy delay during the, day today what, happened There was and we, really don't know the. Reason for it yet when the so the day. Started with what we, expected would, be you. Know the calling of a handful of witnesses, to finish the prosecution. Case and. Instead the judge had. A series of basically private conversations with lawyers that. Stretched, into past lunch and they just started hearing witnesses again about an hour ago and, and there's been no explanation for what, the delay was or if they're if they're still is. An issue what kind of case has the prosecution. Laid out It's a very detailed Kate it's a very paper intensive case. Because a lot of this is about essentially financial crimes and so that means tax documents Bank documents and one of the witnesses on right now is a is an executive, at one of the banks where metaphor got alone What does he accused, of doing essentially when it comes. To these banks so he's accused of? Lying to the IRS and. He's also accused of lying to banks in order to get loans basically overstating his income. And understating his debts to get, millions of. Dollars worth of loans once the prosecution is done it is the defenses term turn what do we expect them to argue You know they're being very far. We don't know how many witnesses if. Any plan to call so we we had sort of expected to find? That out today when the prosecution rested but now the prosecutors is going to be pressed to actually wrap up today, the prosecution may not finish and so we may have to wait till next week to. Find out exactly what the, defense plans to do any idea. They'll put Manafort himself on the stand Really don't know it doesn't, happen that often that a defendant will testify but you can't rule it out it it hasn't been ruled out and so. It's just it's a mystery so far Devlin Barrett. Covers national security for the Washington Post, thank you for joining us today thanks for having me three thirty three on the WCBS. Afternoon roundup students were Marjory. Stoneman, Douglas, high school in parkland Florida are visiting the. South Bronx today as part of their. Nationwide tour are Steve burns tag along for part. Of the visit he's on our news Newsline now Steve, we know about the big rally in. DC those students put on. Earlier this year what's this national tour all about Yes Steve this torch started back in mid June these kids are, visiting cities of of all different sizes eighty cities. In total, and there are very. Specific in what parts of those cities they're visiting for the New York stop here there days being spent here in the South Bronx it's of course one of the areas of the city that is still struggling somewhat with crime and violence there. Are a couple different objectives with. This tour I want to spread their message against gun violence. That we've been hearing since that shooting happened back in. December but they're also looking to register, and mobilize voters I'm sorry this shooting evident February they're also looking to register and mobilize. Voters ahead of the midterm. Elections, that, are coming up this November is this more. Of a political agenda or more of. A grassroots effort on their part Yeah I posed that question to David hog is obviously one of the more prominent faces of. This movement here was very insistent that this isn't about electing Democrats or Republicans in his words it's about. Flipping districts from morally unjust to morally just people. People that are are not beholden to special interests like the NRA the issues are a little bit different in, this kind of community where something like background checks. Might not, really solve the gun. Problem are also advocating for things like criminal Justice reform and and more investment in minority communities like this one St. we've heard that there may be a meeting with the mayor later on today Yeah that's. Correct that's part of the the agenda here and. When you hear the tour. Like this is making a stop in New York the the South Bronx probably isn't the first stop you think they're? Gonna, make but they've made stops in. Similar neighborhoods and other big cities like Chicago and Washington and Philadelphia David Hogg was adamant that the movement can't just be limited to stopping school shootings, but has to be about all gun violence you use the, word inclusive a few times saying they don't want to speak for. Anyone else but instead they want to allow others seat at the table here stay we recall in the weeks after the shooting. There were a lot of critics of these kids it's social media and elsewhere have they run. Into any of those. In the South Bronx or during this tour of this things went relatively quiet It seems like things have been relatively quiet here, and they seem to a lot of support within the community here of the place they stopped. At its called save our streets they have a little store front right along one, hundred sixty second street here and they did. A little salsa dancing seemed to be a lot of integration within the community here and it. Seemed like they were being welcomed with open arms for the most part. All right thank you Steve WCBS reporter Steve. Burns free thirty six on the afternoon roundup this. Is.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Of phones restrictions apply you're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs i'm steve scott wallace three things to know at six fifteen one the president is in brussels ahead of a nato summit he'll spend time in the uk and in finland where he plans to meet with russia's vladimir putin to a sixty year old new jersey man died after crashing go gocart into a tree at a birthday party police holmdale say he was not wearing a helmet and three a couple of hospitals on long island are getting armed security guards hall says as part of a pilot program meant to tackle the threat of an active shooter situation hundreds of employees here at north well health went through active shooter training and then asked why there were no armed security guards on duty the hospitals terry lynam says after careful consideration they place the armed security at north shore university hospital and long island jewish medical center and plan to expand to other locations within the year hospitals would be viewed as a soft target so i think from our standpoint and we had a responsibility to take steps to prevent any kind of active shooter situation sophia hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty the nypd crime report for the first half of the year reveals some mixed numbers lamb has more from the bronx overall in the first half of two thousand eighteen crime in new york city dropped by nearly two percent but the number of murders went up eight percent there were eleven more murders this year than last and the incidents of rape increased significantly nypd chief of department terrence monaghan wide rate is up thirty three point two percent for the first six months of two thousand eighteen however we continue to be encouraged by the increase in this highly under reported crime specifically we see a forty five percent increase in reported domestic great perhaps the most historically under reported category nine hundred and three rapes have been reported so far in two thousand eighteen crimes that went down in the first half of this year robberies burglaries assaults and car rip and monaghan observed the nypd has accomplished we'll make an eleven point five percent fewer overall wrath compared to last year that translates to seventeen thousand fewer arrests at the fortieth precinct station house in.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs i'm steve scott wallace three things to know at six fifteen one president trump's former campaign manager paul manafort is now in jail cell a judge revoked his bail today after he was accused of trying to tamper with a witness to china will impose tariffs on hundreds of us products in retaliation for the tariffs the us imposed today on billions of dollars goods from china and three gay police officer who is suing palisades park new jersey has reportedly been fired the record says the borough council cited to internal affairs investigations in its decision to dismiss officer robert vito in his lawsuit beat acclaimed councilman henry rew made derogatory homophobic comments about a school board trustee meanwhile one of the complaints against veto was brought by that councilman who says he was harassed in the other complaint against veto he is accused of using a borough vehicle without permission however he says he has an email showing he was allowed to use it a long island teens now charging an ms thirteen killing two years ago sophia hall has the latest authorities say nineteenyearold hose way leonor was murdered by ms thirteen gang members because he switched high schools and began associated with those who are against ms thirteen nassau county police lieutenant stephen fitzpatrick told me nineteen year old jose lopez lord his former friend to the roosevelt preserve to smoke pot but when leonora arrived he was murdered very violent way from what the emmys reporters telling us i mean he was brutally attacked with large cutting instrument to a machete is used by five or six more suspects are involved the lieutenant told me in court lopez pleaded guilty and was held without bail the victim was first reported missing in 2016 sixteen his body was found this year on may thirtieth sophia hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty we'll talk with talk of the metro card being replaced with the new fare structure involved one pass for all mta agencies yes as phil the president of the double art the mta lead new fare payment system project is one that will go across all the mta agencies not only is it new york city transit subway and buses but it's also going to encompass the the.

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"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"steve scott wallace" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs i'm steve scott wallace free things to know at three forty five one new york's attorney general sues the trump foundation claiming it served as a piggy bank for president trump's campaign and businesses to monmouth park governor murphy places the first legal sports bets new jersey putting twenty bucks on the devils to win the stanley cup and germany to win the world cup he's a former ambassador to germany three the national weather service confirms it was a tornado touchdown in northeast pennsylvania yesterday six people were hurt a number of homes and businesses were destroyed in wooksbury the justice department's watchdog has issued a pretty scathing report on the fbi's handling of the hilary clinton email investigation cbs news correspondent paula reid is on our newsline paula what does this report say the overall takeaway is that there was no bias motivating the fbi in its investigation into secretary clinton's use of a private email server this investigation found that her interview was appropriate that questions asked for appropriate their whole procedure was appropriate and truly there was no prosecutable case however there was a lot of criticism for the fbi's leadership specifically fbi director comey they described him as insubordinate me made the decision without consulting his boss of then attorney general loretta lynch told a press conference to announce the findings and other decisions that he made along the way but they also faulted loretta lynch for not being a stronger leader in stepping up to him probably you just attended the white house press briefing what's the white house's reaction to this watchdog report well sarah sanders claims that this report vindicates the president's concern about the fbi and how it conducts investigations there is a grain of truth and not there was a text message that was discovered by many peter struck now he's an agent who led not only the clinton email investigation but also the russian investigation in its early stages and there is a text message there where he's he's texted by someone who says you know i'm concerned about trump becoming president and he said something.

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