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Pope Francis vows to end sexual abuse after McCarrick report
"Pope Francis has pledged to rid of the Catholic Church of sexual abuse and has offered prayers to victims of ex cardinal Theodore McCarrick the day off to the Vatican released a detailed report into the decades long church cover up of his sexual misconduct instead of only had to report to shoulder also castle France is included his weekly general audience saying the report into the painful case of the former high ranking American called will have been released the previous day he then said I renew my closeness to victims of any abuse and commitment of the church to investigate this evil Francis pull silently for nearly a minute apparently in prayer the Vatican report blames a host of bishops cardinals and popes for downplaying and dismissing mountains of evidence of macaques misconduct I'm Charles collect as much
Pope Francis vows to end sexual abuse after McCarrick report
"Pope Francis promising to end sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. The pontiff made his pledge today his first since the release of a report on how the Vatican handled the case of former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who served as the archbishop of Washington, D. C. The report found that McCarrick had been promoted by Pope John Paul, the second despite rumors of sexual abuse. Just one of a Siri's of failings concerning the
"theodore mccarrick" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Known about the Catholic Church's sexual abuse scandals. Today's revelations about the historical role of Pope John Paul, the second in the elevation of a former archbishop accused of sexual abuse was stunning. A report from the Vatican found two Popes either ignored, overlooked or downplayed allegations when it came to taking tough action against Theodore McCarrick over two decades. None of us has the story. Judy. The 449 page report found that before John Paul, the second elevated Theodore McCarrick Toe archbishop of Washington, he already was aware of multiple allegations against McCarrick that included reports of sexual misconduct with another priest, sharing beds with seminarians and anonymous letters, accusing him of pedophilia with his nephews. But McCarrick denied those allegations, and he rose to become one of the most powerful and well known Catholic leaders in the United States. The investigation also found that Pope Benedict delayed an investigation into McCarrick's behavior and that Pope Francis also did not act on allegations about McCarrick until 2017 believing that Pope John Paul the second Had already reviewed them make. Eric was removed as archbishop in 2006, but wasn't defrocked that is to say removed from the church until 2019 Elizabeth Breunig is an opinion writer for The New York Times who writes about faith and religion. She's long covered the McCarrick story, including speaking with survivors, and she joins us Now, Elizabeth. Welcome to the news hour. We should say, as we've learned more and more about the depths of this abuse scandal. Questions have always been who knew. And when did they know? And this report seems to say everyone knew the men at the highest levels knew and they knew for years is that accurate? It's accurate. A CZ at least as early as the 19 nineties, There was widespread awareness in the hierarchy that these allegations had been made and that they were continuing to be made over time. And what have we learned about any kind of common thread is we just noted three different Popes knew about the allegations. When sort of Believe McCarrick's denials over the allegations the other shows not to look into it. Is there a common thread in that behavior you know make Eric was very charismatic and he was extremely winning. And he was also a very gifted fundraiser who made lots of monetary gifts to other members of the church hierarchy. And the common thread in all of the authorities, who failed, Tio accurately investigator adequately look into the allegations against McCarrick is that they trusted him. They will Leaved him, and they saw no reason to deal with what they assumed to be conduct that only involved other adults and in many cases conduct they presumed to be long in the past. Event and you've reported on some of the survivors before. Have you spoken with them today in what's been their reaction to the report? I have? Yes, One of the survivors that I spoke to who was abused by MK Eric as a child is a miner is exhausted by this episode that make Eric Saga has stretched on now since 2017. So if you can imagine three years of media inquiry and And in church enquiries of different stripes into what happened to this individual. I think it's easy to understand why he's completely exhausted at this point. What kind of impact does this have more broadly in the Catholic community? We talk about these issues of trust and faith in the idea that church leaders knew for years and didn't do anything. What kind of impact can report like this have It has seriously damaged the moral credibility of the Roman Catholic Church. The fact that the sex abuse crisis is still ongoing. At this point in time when we first learned about it in 2002, I think is a serious, serious problem that compromises the church's ability to speak out on moral matters, and I think it's going to Really put a shroud over the Papacy of Pope Francis. What do you mean by that? Specifically with Pope Francis Francis commissioned this report. And I think that was an effort to try to preserve some credibility by making a real effort towards transparency. And this is a real effort towards transparency. An investigation like this. Hasn't been conducted before. Not that's been publicized, Certainly not by a lay person. This was conducted by a lay person. But Pope Francis presumed that his predecessors had dealt with McCarrick and he wasn't it appears going to look into the matter again until the allegations came forward from the Archdiocese of New York. Onda TTE that point he began reviewing things, but the fact that he didn't take action before then eyes Is disturbing, Eliza. But a lot of people are asking what now? I mean, for example of the American bishops are going to hold their annual meeting in a couple of weeks. Everyone says they welcome this level of transparency. Do you believe the steps are being taken within the church? To make sure this doesn't happen any longer? Well with so little transparency as it is, It's hard to place a lot of faith in those kinds of steps and pronouncements that things are much better now. I think this report ISA Landmark. I hope it's a turning point. There are several things the church could do to try to ensure this doesn't happen again. There need to be more oversight from laypeople. There need to be ways to report bishops that result in transparent processes of accountability, not just priests, Andi Until those kinds of monumental changes happen. It's hard to see how these kinds of events will have you really been for offended? That is Elizabeth for a pain writer. Of the New York Times joining us tonight. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you. This morning in Jerusalem. Senior Palestinian officials.
Vatican Report Details Sexual Abuse By Former Washington, DC Archbishop
"The Vatican report on former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick blames Pope Vatican officials and senior US clerics. Former characterize to become cardinal. He was expelled after repeated allegations of sexual misconduct with boys and men report released today found credible evidence. The former archbishop in Washington D. C. Abused minors as a priest in the 19 seventies and also claims of many in the U. S church or aware of consistent rumors. McCarrick preyed on adult male
Vatican Report Places Blame for McCarrick’s Ascent on John Paul II
"A Vatican report has found that two Popes and top officials from the Catholic Church ignored allegations of serial sex abuse by the former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. After hearing 90 witnesses, the report found that Popes John Paul the second and Benedict the 16th. We're told of McCarrick's assaults, but chose to believe his denial and the American bishops who'd concealed information. Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Para lean expressed sorrow for the wounds caused and said the church had already introduced changes. In the last two years. We have taken significant steps forward to ensure greater attention to the protection of minors and more effective intervention. Soto avoid the repetition off the errors off the past. McCarrick was forced to resign and expelled from the priesthood last year. The first cardinal ever to be defrocked over sexual
Vatican: Pope John Paul II ignored abuse claims to promote McCarrick
"Report report on on the the disgrace, disgrace, former former archbishop archbishop of of Washington Washington says says bishops, bishops, cardinals cardinals and and Popes Popes within within the the Catholic Catholic Church Church downplayed downplayed or dismissed reports for years that Theodore McCarrick was a sexual predator. Earlier We spoke with Washington Post Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan, whose lengthy report is now online. We talked about the news that Pope John Paul the second knew of the claims against McCarrick nearly two decades before McCarrick was removed the allegations and in kind of a telling way. Are more specific when you're talking about what was being discussed locally among the priests and bishops, and then they got, you know very systematically sanitised. They reached their way up the chain. You could see that page by page in this report. But enough reached John Paul, the second in 1999 and 2000. There was some I'd say I'd call it a protracted discussions about whether my character their next job is archbishop of Washington. And it was clear of that point to John Paul that McCarrick was sharing beds. With young men with seminarians, and at least it was, it was clear that there were allegations about that, and John Paul would have also been made aware of Some anonymous letters that had been describing McCarrick ahs a predator. So he went ahead after receiving a testimony written from the carriage himself. Denying all of that and saying that he'd never had sex with anybody. Ah, decided to make the character archbishop of Washington and then and then soon after, Cardinal and we know what happened. Now, how does this report treat the actions of Pope Francis and the inaction prior to him? The frakking McCarrick I'll give you I'll give you an answer you'll hate, which is that I'm on page 1 79, and there's there's about 300 more to go like I can speak to that only based on the summary. Uh, It was like the Mueller reports for Catholicism here, so let's let's see what little parts are hidden away in the footnotes. You know, you can't just take take the first word for it, but Seems to give the current pope a bit of a past framing it. As you know, he'd he'd been assuming that his predecessors had been had properly. Evaluated the Rumors are allegations against the character and the character that point was really not carrying on is active role in the church anymore, so he didn't he didn't take action until A clear allegation of abuse of a minor emerged in 2017, and that led to the character removal from from from service in the priesthood and that ultimately the frakking in 2019. Washingtonpost, Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan 12 44. Whether it's being on the
Vatican report finds that John Paul II knew of allegations against ex-Cardinal McCarrick
"Into X Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has found that bishops, cardinals and Popes downplayed or dismissed reports of his sexual misconduct. The 400 page report determined Pope John Paul, the second was warned about McCarrick but made him archbishop of Washington anyway. Pope. Benedict was also aware of the allegations, it says Pope Francis also continued his predecessor's naive handling of the predator until a former altar boy alleged abuse. Francis then defrocked the 90 year old McCarrick last year after a Vatican investigation confirmed decades of allegations. The word of the year for
Vatican to Release Report on Defrocked Cardinal McCarrick
"Sexual abuse carried out by the former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis expelled my carriage from the Roman Catholic priesthood last year after a Vatican investigation found him guilty of serial abuse over the decades. The report will focus on who knew what and when. Taliban in
Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct
"The Vatican will release its long awaited report into what it knew about ex Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexual misconduct. As he rose through the church hierarchy. McCarrick served as a bishop in the New York Archdiocese as Diocese of Metuchen. Before becoming archbishop of Newark and later Washington, D C Vatican said today that the report will span his life and we'll cover the Holy See's institutional knowledge and decision making process.
Vatican to release long-awaited report into ex-Cardinal McCarrick's rise despite allegations of sexual misconduct
"Releases its long awaited report on disgraced former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports is expected to shed light on how McCarrick rose through the church hierarchy. Despite widespread knowledge of his sexual misconduct. Two years ago, Pope Francis ordered a thorough study of all Vatican documents concerning the Carrick. A few months later, the pope expelled him from the priesthood after a Vatican investigation found McCarrick guilty of sexual abuse of minors and adult and abuse of power. The report said To be several 100 pages long includes separate investigations conducted in four US diocese where McCarrick served. He rose to the pinnacle of power in the U. S. Catholic Church. Although his sexual misconduct was an open secret in the year 2000 Pope John Paul, the second went ahead and nominated McCarrick archbishop and a year later Cardinal despite Vatican knowledge that seminarians had complained he had abused them. Sylvia Poggioli. NPR NEWS Rome
Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick, George Pell And Australia discussed on NPR News Now
"Appeal court's ruling to uphold the conviction of the most senior catholic prelate to have been found guilty of sex abuse against minors but as n._p._r.'s sylvia pohjola tells us the holy sea says cardinal george pell has the right to another appeal the holy see said it respects australia's judicial system and confirmed its compassion for the victims of sexual abuse it also noted that pell has always maintained his innocence and that its own investigation asian will await the outcome of any final appeal in australia in december unanimous jury found the pope's former finance minister guilty of molesting two thirteen year old choirboys always more than two decades ago. He was sentenced to six years in prison. The pels sex abuse cases one of several that have plagued the papacy of pope francis. He has had to deal deal with a massive cover up in chile the conviction of a french cardinal for failing to report an abuser and the defrocking of former u._s. Cardinal theodore mccarrick for molesting children an and adults super bowl jolie n._p._r.
Theodore Mccarrick, Roman Catholic Church And Pope Francis discussed on Steve Trevelise
"Newly uncovered emails apparently show Vatican officials under both Pope Benedict sixteenth, and pope Francis may have allowed ex cardinal Theodore McCarrick long and charged the Roman Catholic church in touch, and then newer to circumvent travel restrictions on in two thousand eight for sleeping with
Newly released letters shine light on McCarrick abuse allegations
"Newly released correspondence involving defrocked Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick shows, the extent to which his successor cardinal, Donald world was aware of sex abuse allegations against McCarrick Katie radio's Joe steal report. What's the correspondence from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen reveal McCarrick had been sanctioned under Pope Benedict and forbidden to travel world reportedly knew about the sanctions, but did not enforce them as cardinal McCarrick opposed a travel ban? And sudden move to a monastery writing, it would probably raise the red flag in the media wasn't until January of this year, that world who's also stepped down admitted he suffered a lapse of memory about allegations against McCarrick, the letters were revealed by mckarrick, former secretary Monsignor Anthony Figueredo to CBS
Pope Francis ends landmark Catholic Church sex abuse summit
"At the Vatican. A historic summit on clerical sex abuse has entered its second day on Thursday. Pope Francis called on bishops to quote, listen to the screams of the little ones asking for Justice. The summit takes place just days. After the pope defrocked US cardinal Theodore McCarrick after the Vatican found him guilty of sex crimes against children and adults McCurry because once considered the most powerful Catholic leader in the United States on Thursday, the archbishop of Manila Lewis Taegu spoke at the Vatican summit. Our lack of response to the suffering of victims. Even to the point of rejecting them and covering up the scandal to protect perpetrators and the institution. Has injured our people leaving a deep wound in our relationship with those are sent to serve meanwhile, survivors of clerical abuse have been holding their own gatherings and Rome, this is Tim Lennon precedent of snap. The survivors network of those abused by priests. Routine. Abused by my parish, priest. When I was twelve years old. Time froze. I didn't say anything didn't do anything. I was molested for several months and. Very good memories for thirty years or some members for thirty years. And it was only win other survivors other kits. Stood in front of the church and said. There should be no more clergy abuse. And I said that happened to me my first realization of my views that yes, this happened to me
Vatican tries to rein in expectations for sexual abuse summit
"An international summit starts today at the Vatican to discuss the protection of minors in the Catholic church presidents of all the bishops conference says from around the world are attending the abuse summit, including the heads of eastern Catholic churches, the heads of major Vatican offices and the leaders of religious orders at runs from now through Sunday. The summit comes just days after X cardinal Theodore McCarrick was defrocked by the Vatican. The former Washington archbishop resigned last summer amid sexual misconduct allegations being defrocked is the most severe punishment the church can impose on clergy members and makes him the highest ranking leader be defrocked in
Theodore Mccarrick, Phil Salvino And Francis discussed on PRI's The World
"This is a big week for the Catholic church. But Francis is gathering his bishops at the Vatican to discuss the clergy sex abuse crisis. The summit comes as Francis faces increased pressure. It also comes just days after the Vatican defrocked, the former archbishop of Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick after McCarrick was found guilty of sex crimes. Tomorrow, twelve survivors will be meeting with organizers of the pope's summit in room. Phil Salvino is one of those survivors. He's an activist against clergy sex abuse in Boston with him and oil, the co director of the research group Bishop accountability, we reach them both in Rome. Let's start with you fill. You're one of twelve survivors of clergy sexual abuse who will be meeting tomorrow with organizers of pope grasses summit. What do you plan to say a great deal? Actually, I think that one of our. Make is how important is for the names of abusers names of bishops in protected abuses as well to be released by Vatican. That not only helps to set a record in terms of you know. What are the numbers that? We're talking about here into the Vatican numbers compare with the numbers that we've been tracking at Bishop accountability. But the other thing for the healing of survivors is really really important that they're able to see that the man that have sexually assaulted them are starting to get recognition for those sorts of deeds. And I really don't know what the format of the meaning as yet. I don't know how long it's gonna last. I don't know if we're going to be sitting in a circle like it's a big snap support group per what? But if there's an additional time, I may also talk a little bit of on about my personal experiences as child with this pre Stephen Hawley who assaulted me over and over when I was eleven and twelve years old, and that was when you were growing up in Douglas, Massachusetts. That's right. And sat means the survivors network of those abused by priests. I want to turn to you an- and a reminder for our listeners your co director of the research group Bishop accountability and
Vatican hopes sexual abuse summit will be a turning point
"Is at the Vatican were organizers of an extraordinary meeting on sexual abuse say this week could be a turning point. Pope Francis called more than one hundred bishops from around the world to discuss how to protect minors and this weekend. The Vatican sent a signal by imposing its highest punishment defrocking former cardinal Theodore McCarrick found guilty of sexually abusing a child. He's the most senior Catholic figure to be defrocked in modern times. Organizers said this summit will focus on responsibility accountability and transparency the pope will take part earlier this month. Pope Francis acknowledged for the first time, the rape and sexual abuse of nuns. By priests and bishops inside the
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"Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, one of the highest ranking religious officials in the United States. More from CBS correspondent Seth down and says this stems from allegations of sexual abuse Carrick had already been disciplined back in July. He became the first cleric in nearly a century to lose the title of cardinal and pope sentence him to a life of seclusion and prayer, which he has been carrying out at a church compound in Kansas now, eighty eight year old was accused of sexually abusing a teenager in an incident that took place within fifty years ago and later for misconduct with adults seminarians all along he has maintained as innocent as President Trump has declared a national emergency on the southern border. This allowing him to divert federal money to build his wall along the border between the US and Mexico. CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett with more walls work one hundred percent. President Trump's Friday declaration of a national emergency over border security opens up additional funds for his often promised wall. I got one point four billion. But I'm not happy with it. In addition to nearly one point four billion dollars appro-. By congress. The White House says roughly six point seven billion dollars more will now be available with the largest portion of funds coming from military construction projects in border wall construction is still unclear even to its acting chief. I'm Tom Foty in Floyd from a foreign trip and speaking with reporters a day after President Trump's neck Mauritian of a national emergency at the southern border. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said he does not yet have a clearer picture of what the military will be expected to spend. And do we're not stepping.
"theodore mccarrick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"She puts Trump's emergency declaration worries her because the border crackdown is already changing how she feels every day crossing the border. It's more militarized a little. A bit more scary. You never mix. You worry. Like, you never know what the motives concern. Like many other cross-border residents here is that further. Militarization could end up limiting her ability to her by national life. For NPR news. I'm Jeanne Guerrero in San Diego just days before a global summit at the Vatican on clerical sex abuse, a high profile Roman Catholic figure has been expelled from the priesthood. Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola has more at the end of appeal process. The Vatican congregation for the doctrine of the faith announced it had found McCarrick guilty of solicitation in the sacrament of confession and having sex with minors and adults with the aggravating factor of abuse of power. The decree was approved by pope Francis. And there's no appeal rumors of McCarrick sexual relations with seminarians had circulated for years last spring allegations were made that he had abused a minor more than fifty years ago in July on the pope's orders. Mccarrick became the first Catholic prelate in nearly a hundred years to lose the title of cardinal since then he's been living in a fiery in Kansas. So we're Pohjola. NPR news Rome at the Munich security conference. Vice President Mike Pence today challenged Europe over the Iran nuclear deal as Germany's Chancellor, criticized the Trump administration's positions on Iran, Syria, and European car imports NPR's Daniel estrin has more vice president Pence wants Europe to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. But Merkel's said the deal could help countries exert pressure on Iran on its ballistic missile development and its role in Mideast wars. She said the US decision to withdraw troops from Syria could strengthen Iran and Russia, which support the Syrian regime, and she criticized President Trump's threat to impose tariffs on European car imports to strengthen US auto workers. She noted that German company BMW has its biggest factory in South Carolina. NPR's Daniel estrin reporting. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson. Representative Alexandria, Cossio Cortez is urging supporters to keep up the kind of activism that resulted in Amazon pulling out of its plan to build a campus in New York City, the freshman democratic lawmakers said today that it's not just about any job. It's about dignified jobs in New York City Cossio Cortez spoke at a ceremonial swearing in at a high school in the Bronx. She didn't mention Amazon by name but said New Yorkers don't have to settle for scraps. In the greatest city in the world. Cossio Cortez was one of many elected officials who oppose the deal to offer Amazon almost three billion dollars in tax incentives and subsidies for campus here in New York. A second person has been arrested in connection with a robbery that led to the death of New York City police detective who got caught in crossfire from fellow officers and official familiar with the investigation says the man taking into custody yesterday is suspected of being Christopher ransoms lookout during Tuesday night's robbery at a Queen cell phone store. The official was not authorized to speak publicly and spoke on condition of anonymity. Detective Brian Simonson was hit once in the chest by crossfire as he and six other officers fired forty two shots at ransom who police say charged at them with a fake handgun Simon. Since funeral is scheduled for Wednesday on Long Island. Ransom was wounded in the shooting and remains hospitalized for the rest of tonight here in our area. It's going to remain clear..
Former U.S. Cardinal Theodore McCarrick defrocked over sexual abuse
"Mark Remillard. The Vatican has moved to defrock former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the former archbishop of Washington DC over sexual abuse. Gerard O'Connell Vatican. Correspondent for American magazine says it's a landmark decision you have to go back centuries. Somebody told me to the council of Trent that's almost five hundred years ago. For a similar situation. Where cardinal a former cardinal
"theodore mccarrick" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Cardinal Theodore McCarrick is once one of the nation's most powerful Catholic clergyman now he can no longer perform priestly duties he was defrocked after Vatican investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct. National Catholic reporter correspondent Josh mcelwee tells ABC from Rome, the high in the Catholic church the cardinal Theodore McCarrick, guilty seems against the sixth commandment so sexual scenes we're supposed minors and adults and also cetacean the concessional the eighty eight year old will not face criminal charges. Police in Aurora. Illinois say Gary Martin brought a gun he possessed illegally to a meeting at the warehouse where he worked Friday night after being told he was fired from his job began shooting. We believe that several people who were involved in that meeting are are the ones who are deceased Aurora police chief Kristen Zeman's has three of the five people killed were in the meeting. Martin wounded five police officers before he was shot. Dead. Police say he bought the gun after a background. Check did not catch a prior felony conviction in Mississippi there are continuing questions in Chicago regarding the alleged racist and homophobic attack on actor jussie smollet after two men were released by police. The two men were released without charges Friday night. Chicago police confirming that they are indeed the two men photograph near the scene of the attack more than two weeks ago. A CPA spokesman adding the reason why men were there is now central to the investigation. But he wouldn't explain why Chicago police have said the two men had a relationship with actor jussie smollet. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Chicago, vice President Mike Pence spoke about Iran and other geopolitical issues at the Munich security conference, but former secretary of State John Kerry, then said that our vice president United States stood up here and security conference. Never even mentioned the word climate change. You're listening to ABC news..
"theodore mccarrick" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"The headlines. This is w CBS News Radio eighty. The man who shot and killed by co workers at a warehouse in suburban Chicago had a history of arrests and had been ordered to relinquish his guns. A lookout has been arrested in connection to that queens robbery this week, which resulted in the friendly fire death of NYPD detective former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been stripped of the rights of the priesthood by pope Francis. In sports, the islanders host the oiler CC Sobat. You says he'll retire at the end of the season. Forty two degrees. Plenty of sunshine, Saturday, February sixteen good afternoon. I'm Kevin Rincon w CBS news time to thirty one. CBS news update. Gary Martin was summoned to a meeting at his workplace. The Henry Pratt company warehouse in Aurora Illinois police say he brought a handgun and after he was fired started shooting. He killed five of his co-workers, including the head of HR Aurora police Lieutenant Rick Robertson on how officers navigated the twenty nine thousand square foot buildings a massive facility with numerous racks of large valves and machine throughout the buildings. He broke contact and went to the back where we ultimately, okay them. And it just took us some time to work our way through that building looking for injured looking for him. And ultimately, that's what it took to get your police chief, Kristen Zemun says Martin had a lengthy criminal history. Six prior arrests by the Aurora police department including arrests for traffic and domestic battery domestic that battery related issues last arrest in Aurora was in two thousand eight for violating in order protection. Five police officers were also shot CBS news update. I'm Wendy let it's too. To thirty two at WCBS. A second person has now been arrested in connection to the robbery that led to the friendly fire death of an NYPD detective this week. The suspect is accused of being a lookout for Christopher ransom during Tuesday night's robbery in queens at a cell phone store detective Brian Samson was once in the chest by crossfire is he and six other officers shot forty two rounds at ransom police say he charged them with a fake handgun. The detectives funeral is scheduled for Wednesday on Long Island. Ransom was hurt in the shooting and remains hospitalized. He was rained yesterday on murder and other charges. The New Jersey legislature is reached a verbal agreement on taxing and regulating legal recreational marijuana MAC Rosenberg with the details. The specific still need to be hammered out. But the broad strokes are good to go the democratically controlled legislature faced opposition from within regarding how we'd would be taxed in the Garden State. So what's the solution? It looks as though we're going to be coming to an agreement on on a. On an excise tax on the weight rather than a percentage of the sales tax. It would be taxed at forty two dollars an ounce state. Senator nNcholas guitar has led the charge on the legislation. It's an opportunity to do so many good things to drive in economy that needs help create jobs to create some tax revenue and to shop the unnecessary arrests. Separately, lawmakers are also planning a Bill to address ways to throw out marijuana convictions. Evanescence the executive director of the nj chapter of the national organization for the reform of marijuana laws. We want to stop you wanted arrest of stop years ago. We never wanted anyone to get arrested for marijuana in the first place MAC, Rosenberg WCBS, NewsRadio. Eight eighty former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been handed down a severe punishment by pope Francis. Over a sex abuse scandal that it can officials found McCarrick guilty of soliciting for sex while hearing confession and sexual crimes against both minors and adults CBS correspondent sat don't says McCoy. Will not be allowed to celebrate mass or other sacraments defrock or delay. It priest is the most severe punishment that the Catholic church can impose former cardinal theater McCarrick is the highest ranking Catholic figure to be defrocked in modern times McCarrick is a former archbishop of Newark in DC was removed from public ministry after sexual abuse allegations surfaced against allegations dating back decades to when he was a priest here in New York ISIS is on the brink of defeat in Syria. Us-backed fighters are closing in on the last tiny enclave of it's so called caliphate speaking at the Munich security conference, vice President Mike Pence thanked the seventy coalition partners. As I stand before you today. At this very hour along the Euphrates river the last mile of territory where the black flag of ISIS wants flu is being captured. President Trump has promised to pull US forces out of Syria once ISIS is defeated but just yesterday army general Joseph of Otell who oversees the US forces in the Middle East as the head of central. Command said the end of the territorial Calif it would lead to a more dispersed harder to detect network of fighters. Waging guerrilla warfare Venezuela's, Nicolas Maduro, still blocking humanitarian aid from getting in. He says.
Vatican defrocks former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick over sex abuse charges, including soliciting sex while hearing confession
"Eight the former archbishop of Newark has been defrocked. The Vatican found X cardinal Theodore McCarrick, guilty of soliciting sex while hearing confession and sexual crimes against minors and adults. The eighty eight year old was stripped of his cardinal title. Last year. The punishment means McCarrick won't be allowed to celebrate mass or other sacraments today's announcement comes just days before pope Francis is set to lead a gathering of bishops from around the world over the Catholic churches sex abuse scandal McCarrick served as archbishop of Washington from two thousand one to two thousand six he was archbishop of Newark from nineteen eighty six to two thousand and he served as Bishop of touching from nineteen Eighty-one tonight one thousand nine hundred six he currently lives in a fiery in
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"Police are asking for the public health in finding a missing woman, Cheryl Harris was last seen at three PM on Thursday when she left her home on clover lawn in the area of Wyoming entire man. She described as a fifty six year old African American woman police say she suffers from dementia or height is five foot two inches. Her complexion is lights and rebuild his slim. She was last seen wearing a silver gray puffy winter jacket light colored blue jeans and orange Brown boots. Usually if you know her whereabouts you asked to call Detroit police former US cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked by pope Francis over a sex abuse scandal. Vatican officials found McCarrick guilty of soliciting for sex while hearing confession and sexual crimes against minors and adults corresponds. Seth Joan has more. The now eighty eight year old former cardinal was accused of sexually abusing teenager in an incident that took place more than fifty years ago that was under investigation by the Vatican. And then later it emerged that there had been to allegations of misconduct with adults seminarians as well McCarrick had previously resigned. But said he had no recollection of the alleged abuse coming up on NewsRadio nine fifty an update of your money of the Jays. Roberta just say now with a look of a toddler around town. But it tried boat show is this weekend at Kobo starting today and running through February twenty fourth what a breath of fresh air. The DSL meantime continues its American panorama series.
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"Former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, formerly one of the most powerful US Catholic clergy members related to sex abuse. Crimes. ABC's Jillian McFarland is at the foreign desk statement from the Vatican today says Francis is expelling the former cardinal Theodore McCarrick, the former archbishop of Washington DC, stripping him of all priestly identity and privileges. Now, it's not the first time the church has done this. But it does appear to be the first time a church leader has faced this punishment. This follows an investigation by the church, which finds McCarrick guilty of sexually abusing minors and adults many decades ago, we're learning more about the gunman involved in a mass shooting at the warehouse in Aurora Illinois Friday ABC's Zachary quiches outside the plant in the Chicago suburb. We don't have any information right now in terms of specifics around why he was being fired. We do know that he was a longtime employee. You're though this morning. We still don't have any details about the victims. We are being told. That they were believed to be employees, and they were believed to be all males. But that is the only information that we have right now, we're being told that their families are being notified police have identified him as forty-five-year-old Carey Martin two men once called persons of interest and potential suspects in the alleged attack of empire. Actor jussie smollet have been released by Chicago police more from ABC's Ryan burrow, late Friday. Chicago police released a statement that doodoo evidence received from interogations the two brothers who were being questioned in relation to the attack have been released without charges. They're no longer considered suspects. In the case, Chicago police are continuing their investigative work smollet told police he was attacked last month by two men shouting, racial and homophobic slurs. Former vice president Joe Biden expected to speak at the Munich security conference this morning earlier. Vice President Mike Pence asked European nations to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran. You're listening to ABC.
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"Headlines. Jason. Thank you. No end in sight to the now week old government shutdown and the White House is blaming Nancy Pelosi who is expected to be the next speaker of the house for the stalemate over border wall funding, speaking to reporters at the White House, Mick Mulvaney. The president's chief of staff said Democrats in the Senate would be willing to negotiate a deal, but they're making sure Pelosi becomes the next speaker. He does not have the votes, and if she cuts a deal with the president of any sort before her election on January third she's at risk of losing her speakership. So we're in this for the long haul Mulvaney also vowed that federal workers who are working will eventually be paid as New York City prepares to welcome father time and protect about a million people who are expected for Monday night's big New Year's celebration. Police Commissioner James O'Neill offered assurances that his forces spent months getting ready for the big event in the Big Apple people will be safe on Monday, and they should feel safe to because the NYPD. In our law enforcement partners are prepared as of right now on your said today, there are no specific or credible threats directed at the big New Year's event. The Vatican has taken testimony from a band who says cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexually abused him for years starting when he was eleven evidence at the initial case against the retired archbishop has expanded to include serious allegations of misconduct. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and a tick talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts.
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"He's also faced criticism for allegedly failing to report sexual misconduct accusations against his predecessor cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who by the way is still in the priesthood friend. Fran samba is with the survivors network of those abused by priests. And she says while this is a good first step. It's not enough. Where does he go? What happens to him? How is he taking care of? And what about the victims? He just walks away, but the victims can't walk away. And I think people need to get many many answers in a letter published this morning. Pope Francis thanked world for putting the good of the church. I writing that there is a difference between covering up crimes and simply making a mistake. Members of the international. Monetary Fund and World Bank have gathered on the Indonesian island of Bali for an annual meeting on the global economy officials called out the US in China for recent trade tensions saying that other countries could be caught in the crossfire, the International Monetary Fund and World Bank's annual summit in Bali. This week has been full of bleak warnings over the health of the global economy and the global financial system, which is why the Indonesian President Joko Widodo decision to use a phrase from the blockbuster TV show game of thrones to describe the current mood was greeted with applause from the audience winter is coming. He warned referring to the trade war between the United States and China and how that's impacting the global economy as BBC news, correspondent charisma Swannee in general officials emphasize at the global economy remains strong WWE news time is now ten thirty three and a conference that may have you saying who knew w J's Mike Campbell live and local to explain Mike. Well, Jackie maybe three hundred people knew that's the total population in the continent across. The continent. Three hundred people who are members of the hawk watch association, North America. They're holding a convention this weekend at the Marriott, Detroit metropolitan airport on Flynn road off of Merriman road, and Jane Ferrera is the executive directly run a network of three hundred hawk watch sites across the continent. Guess what? One of those a big one is along the Detroit river down at the mouth of Lake Erie. And she says it spectacular ten times their specs in the sky. Sometimes they are down right overhead, and it's amazing. You can see at Detroit river. You can have bald eagles go, right? Over your head yesterday. Three thousand Turkey vultures streaming overhead and it's spectacular. Now. She says there are sixteen species of these hawks in Michigan. And that makes it particularly special spot for this group shows they're here this weekend at the Marriott at tonight. They're going to have bald eagles live birds inside this hotel in Dearborn room is part of their idea of getting people involved. Reporting live in Romulus, Mike Campbell, w w.
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"The Vatican announced today that pope Francis has called the heads of all bishops conferences around the world to attend a summit in February on the clergy sex abuse scandal in the Catholic church. Correspondent David Wright reports Francis himself has been under fire for allegedly turning a blind eye to the sexual misconduct of an American cardinal. Former Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick there have been calls from an archbishop for pope Francis to resign. So the Vatican is really under pressure now to show that they get it. And that they take this serious tomorrow. The pope will meet with cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the US conference of Catholic bishops and cardinal Sean O'Malley, the pope's top advisor on clergy sex abuse. This comes with Washington DC cardinal Seventy-seven-year-old Donald world announcing he will meet with the pope to discuss the possibility of resigning he faces. Scrutiny over what he may have known about abuse allegations against his predecessor former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and how he handled abusive priests. He headed the diocese of Pittsburgh beginning today, there's a major change for low level pot cases in Manhattan's Irish fan says there's no indication that prosecuting any of the cases would benefit public safety. And so he asked to have more than three thousand misdemeanor marijuana cases dismissed and the judge agreed the Manhattan DA says the pod fences don't justify the level of enforcement. You can drive down the west side highway at seventy five miles an hour, and you'll get a ticket to be paid by mail to court. But if you are arrested if you found smoking the marijuana cigarette, but you can be arrested cups and held in jail. For twenty four hours fan says he's trying to address decades of racial disparity of the case is dismissed seventy nine percent where for New Yorkers have color some cases date back to nineteen seventy eight Carol d'auria tent and winch at the Manhattan DA's office..
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"The democrat Chuck Schumer is pushing for the Russell congressional office building to be named after renamed after John McCain, making the point that Richard Russell was part of the southern group that tried to maintain Jim crow laws when Lyndon Johnson, his friend fought them. It's kind of interesting that that would be the proposal NPR, political reporter, Jessica Taylor. Thank you so much. Thank you. Okay, we'll be following that story all week, but we're also tracking the fallout today from the letter that a former top Vatican official published yesterday calling for pope Francis to resign archbishop karlovi Gano says the pope has known for years about sexual abuse claims against the American cardinal, Theodore McCarrick. McCarrick is the former archbishop of Washington and he resigned last month. After allegations that he abused young seminarians. This letter was published on an important day for pope Francis. He was in Ireland praying for abuse victims and apologizing for the long history of sexual abuse inside the Catholic church. Joshua mcelwee joins us now from Rome. He's a Vatican correspondent for the national Catholic reporter, Joshua, thanks for coming on the show. Thank you happen to be here. This letter says that Francis new all the way back in June of twenty thirteen that cardinal McCarrick had been sanctioned by Pope Benedict. Is he essentially accusing Francis of a cover up? Yes. So this archbishop karlovi vegan, the former ambassador to Washington is accusing pope. Francis of knowing about cardinal McCarrick shortly after his election in twenty thirteen. He says that he told the pope about cardinal McCarrick personally, and that the pope did not respond and let cardinal McCarrick continue on and continue to travel around the world and celebrate mass publicly and be a danger to those around him and the Ghana would be in a position to know sensitive information. He's the Vatican's former ambassador to the United States. He's also a pretty controversial figure in his own, right. I people taking those allegations seriously. Well, it's been hard for people to determine exactly what in the letter might be true in what might be kind of just an allegation or claim. It's an eleven page report. Filled with allegations about who knew what when about cardinal McCarrick, who had been a very senior figure in the US Catholic church. But it also makes a lot of ideological claims that some people are saying makes it look very much written as if it's a document attacking the pope on that level and not really with facts, but with claims about him being pro some sort of gay agenda. He hasn't presented much proof of when he says he told the pope about cardinal McCarrick in twenty thirteen. If there might be some way to verify that or to consider it an actual factual claim. And that's what makes as you say, knowing the truth, very complicated here, it sounds like there may be some political considerations that all of this is exposing some of.
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"Francis goes silent first. Responders in Florida. I'm Michael Toscano pope Francis is not offering any explanation or defense against a charge that he knew for several years, of child molestation accusations against former Washington DC, cardinal Theodore McCarrick and took no action of Atkins retired ambassador to the United States is accusing senior Vatican officials of knowing as early as two thousand that, McCarrick, sexually abused quote generations of seminarians and priests Delia Gallagher reports from Rome on. The pokes reaction he, told journalists this I will not say a single. Word on this I read the statement this morning and I must tell you sincerely read the statement carefully and make your own judgment also added that he won't speak, about it now but he may sometime in, the future reformer chief of the prison where John McCain spent five and a half years as, a POW says he was sad to hear the news of McCain's death retired. Colonel Tron trunk yet says he Admired McCain because. Of his toughness and strength and he noted McCain's later. Role in repairing. Relations between Vietnam and the US we're. Learning more this. Morning about what happened at that video game tournament in Jacksonville Florida where a shooter killed two people injured others and, then committed suicide correspondent Rosa Flores tells us, some firefighters gave new meaning to the title first responders seven Jacksonville firefighters according to the firefighter's association actually training in front of that complex where the shooting, happened, and those firefighters responded immediately they split up four of them started treating the. Injured out here on, the street the other three flagged a police officer. Where the first on the scene eleven people remain hospitalized this morning the annual burning man festival is up and running out in the Nevada desert the weather hasn't been, cooperating though as large dust storms forced organizers, to stop letting people in the entrance is now back open but for the thousands outside it's, been a ten hour wait to get inside the temporary city of eighty thousand I'm Michael Toscano Oh good news, you, are, not stuck with your healthcare plan really you have. A choice and it's a great one it's called medishare and if you've heard. About it and wondered what exactly it is it's the way that people share their, health, care bills and these are people, who have, a common faith you. Want. To be part of something beautiful that not only meets their healthcare, needs but, the needs of others to and.
"theodore mccarrick" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of child molestation accusations against former Washington DC cardinal Theodore McCarrick and took no action the Vatican's retired ambassador to the, United, States is accusing senior Vatican officials of knowing as early as two thousand that. McCarrick sexually abused quote, generations of seminarians and priests Delia Gallagher reports from. Rome on the pope's reaction he told journalists this I will not say a single word on this I read the. Statement this morning and. I must tell you sincerely read, the statement carefully and make your own, judgment hope also added that he won't speak about it now but he may sometime in the future the, former chief of the prison where John McCain spent five and a half years as a, POW says he. Was sad to, hear the news of McCain's death retired Colonel Tron Strong dot says he admired, McCain because of his toughness. And strength and he noted McCain's later role in repairing relations between, Vietnam and the US. We're learning more. This morning about what happened at that video game tournament in Jacksonville Florida where a shooter killed two people injured others, and then committed suicide correspondent Rosa, Flores tells, us some firefighters gave. New meaning to the title first responders seven Jacksonville firefighters according to the firefighters association rationally training in front of that complex where the, shooting, happened and those firefighters responded immediately they split up four of them started treating. The injured out here, on the street the other three flag the police. Officer where the first on the scene eleven people remain hospitalized this morning the annual burning man festival is up and. Running out in the. Nevada desert the weather hasn't been, cooperating though as large dust storms forced, organizers to stop letting people in the entrance is now back open but for the thousands outside it's been, a ten hour wait to get inside the temporary city of eighty thousand I'm Michael Toscano Good news you are not stuck with your healthcare plan and really you have a choice and it's a great when it's called medishare and if you've heard about it and wondered what, exactly it is it's a way that people share their. Health care bills and these are people who have common faith who want to be part of something beautiful that not only meets, their healthcare needs but the needs of others to and.
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"You're never, more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS good morning I'm Maria Garcia Snow at one forty five one hurricane has weakened to a tropical storm now but it is so pounding. Hawaii with, heavy rains, damaging flooding to no plea. From former city health Commissioner and CDC director Thomas Friedman Colin Fridays Raymond on a sex chart woman claims freedom groped her at his home last fall and three aside time for the McCain family. Announcing, that the Arizona Senator John McCain has decided to discontinue medical treatment for. His brain cancer see no, university has, begun investigating sex abuse allegations, at two of its seminaries amid allegations against, x cardinal Theodore McCarrick and other priests on Friday a former priest. In the diocese of Newark, how the one man protests outside of the. University Kelly Waldron discussed. The, issue, was Steve, Scott and, Michael Wallace on the afternoon round Kelly what she calling for well, Steve the doctor Robert hosts and he now works with. Victims of sexual abuse and their families and he was a priest. In the. Archdiocese of new You're was a resident in one of these two seminaries, at Seton Hall between nine hundred ninety five and ninety, six he says he wants to see law enforcement brought in as was done in Pennsylvania the university will be bringing in. Attorneys to, conduct an, independent review of these allegations. Of sex abuse after a former cardinal Theodore McCarrick and other priests were mentioned but hosts and says it's been proven that the Catholic church has a history of covering these things up and they. Can't, be trusted so it's time to bring in independent law enforcement officials to. Get this done Kelly did, he have, any personal accounts sir witnessed, any incidents during his time in the seminary, he said that in two thousand five he actually reported to the. Archbishop of Newark that he, had been sexually propositioned by fellow seminarian in. Lewis hall which is. Also, known, as immaculate, conception seminary, school theology where he lived in one thousand nine hundred five and. Ninety six now that is one of the seminaries that Have been mentioned in this discussion and he said it was dismissed. Nothing was done at the time he also says that some of the allegations that. Are coming to light now we're very well known at the time among fellow seminarians and what is the university saying about, this well it did speak with somebody, at the university today, who said that the safety and respect of the students and the seminarians are always first and foremost and they. Are committed to doing everything possible to protect them they're taking action they are retaining. Different attorneys than they had originally retained? Because there was a conflict of interest with the? Original ones I believe one of them, was a graduate of the school so they decided you know what we're going to go we're going to hire, somebody else and get this done so they, said they, are committed to getting to the bottom of it Kelly thanks WCBS. Reporter Kelly Waldron forty eight now at WCBS Let's go back to the roads traffic and weather together every, ten minutes on the it's under pharaoh George problem yeah George Washington Bridge still dealing with at. Least a twenty minute delay trying. To use that upper level now use the lower level that a run you a lot better don't sit there with the trucks there's. Three lanes road work on that upper level? That's, why you're sitting there not too bad if you're heading towards New Jersey just a little slow underneath the. Apartments as you travel in the westbound direction, over the Alexandria Hamilton that's what you're dealing with there as. Far as the. Holland goes that's a pretty decent ride it's wide open both directions but you have to lease over by route one. Thirty nine in Palisades avenue in Jersey City because of the, road work there, the Newark bay extension they took out. A lane going towards Newark and that's why you're slow. There the Lincoln tunnel trying to get into the tunnel on the New. York. Sides been a, little, tricky but it's. Starting to improve Looks like, an extra ten minutes going to be needed. There if you're using the Westside highway and FDR throughout Manhattan that's fine there was some roadwork delays, over by. The, northbound, one hundred sixty three that has cleared but southbound a little. Slow by one hundred and twenty-fifth right by the split there that's exit seventeen where the road splits. For a second it comes back. Together and you continue on the FDR the RFK. Whitestone and rugs for roadwork on the cross island Parkway between northern boulevard in, the neck in the northbound direction next traffic update in less than ten minutes on WCBS now let's. Get our weekend forecast with beater. Michael Finney mainly.
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"Forecast a bad stretch weather through the rest of this. Weekend scotch and partly cloudy this evening with any spotty sprinkle ending early low low to mid sixties mostly, sunny on, Sunday now there's a. Chance for a stray shower or thunderstorm, highs low. Eighties mid seventies near the lake for, the, Weather Channel I'm Todd Bork WLS AB. Ninety with, another update in thirty minutes One is deadly wildfires now covering more than eighty thousand acres, five people now did gale force winds created finer, tornadoes in. Parts of the Golden, State meteorologist green Norman reports that type of, weather phenomenon in cause more fires when you have a regular tornado you're throwing debris like the pieces of houses or trees around when you have a fire. NATO, we're, talking about the embers from the, fire are then being spread out and spilled all over the place causing new fires President, Trump declaring a state of emergency in California federal aid now, being sent cardinal Theodore McCarrick is. Resigning amid sexual abuse. Allegations Francis accepted McCarrick resignation and ordered him to a life of prayer, and penance until the accusations can be resolved is. Accused of sexually. Abusing a teenage altar boy forty seven years ago I'm necker Good evening they eat ends from lake cook to. The junction you're thirty three minutes inbound fifteen coming, back ways lower traffic on the Kennedy, right now an hour and fifteen minute ride inbound from the airport to downtown twenty two minutes going the. Opposite way but what road downtown on the inobound your forty minutes. Beer fifteen coming out the Stevenson from the tri-state to LSD, forty-three minutes inbound twenty one on the flip and the Dan Ryan m bound twenty minutes from ninety to downtown a sixteen minute ride on the reverse from the WLS AM eight ninety. Traffic center I'm Tracy rocks with your next update in. Thirty minutes Old rules of retirement no longer, seem to be working and there's a lot of talk about retirement planning but.
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"Twenty thousand workers including seventy nine thousand teachers plus other union represented school workers and three now down to the final fifteen minutes of the new york state legislative session in albany if they're going strictly by the clock and a number of high profile proposals to authorize sports betting and get rid of cash bill for most criminal offenses and legalize recreational marijuana never got a vote decision wcbs news time eleven forty six cardinal theodore mccarrick was once archbishop of washington dc but has been removed from public ministry after claims he sexually abused a teenager forty seven years ago while he was a priest in new york cardinal dolan described himself as appalled and heartbroken at the accusations against cardinal mccarrick but thank the victim for accepting his invitation to step forward we take him very seriously we trust the police to investigate we do our own impartial investigation and we trust some professionals to assess it and we abide by those decisions and nobody's exempt not even a prince of the church not even a cardinal so there has been tremendous reform what's next in the mccarrick case would there be other things at the holy see might do i don't know they could they sometimes do with priests when that happens they might say we're removing this man for the priesthood are they that's called laya cessation are they might say most of the time is what the holy father's already said carter mccarrick you now live have a life of prayer and penance and you may no longer exercise your ministry publicly and to the flock cardinal dolan said i am sorry we are going through this shame anger and embarrassment again at ten eleven first avenue rich lamb wcbs news radio eight eighty w cbs news time eleven forty eight traffic weather together every ten minutes.