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Young People “Are Propagating a Pandemic” by “Not Caring” if They Get Infected
"Numbers numbers numbers numbers numbers in in in in in Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan continue trending in the wrong direction. Or Saturday, State health officials report. A total of 73,180 confirmed cases, 678 new cases confirmed nine more deaths for a total of 6117 fatalities. Michigan chief medical executive Doctor turn a Cal dune with a message for younger people who are being infected young people have to understand that they are not immune to this disease. Young people can get very sick from this disease. They could be hospitalized and they can even die. Even if someone no longer needs to be in the hospital, there are possible long term health impacts from covert 19 many of which are still unknown. The test positivity rate statewide is about 4%. 450 patients. Hospital lives with the virus across the state, with just over 100 on ventilators, the Detroit area and Grand Rapids with the largest increases in the number of cases. More than 55,000 residents, however, are now considered to have recovered from the disease. Meantime, the number of cases and doubts are increasing across the U. S. I'm Tom Foley. The numbers grow higher. The response signals are mixed. More than 140,000 Americans have now died of covert 19 out of some 600,000 fatalities around the world. With the spike in California come Monday, all non essential offices and indoor malls must close down in San Francisco. What we know from our contact tracing T is that the large part of the new virus spread we're seeing is coming from People who are having gatherings with others outside of their household. San Francisco MAYOR London Breed Tom Foti,
Trump makes divisive speech at Mount Rushmore
"President Trump Gave a fiery speech on divisive issues as he and his supporters ignored Corona virus precautions at Mount Rushmore on Tom Foley what the nation's covert 19 death count approaching 130,000 ahead of Independence Day President Trump was in South Dakota for fourth of July ceremonies featuring cheers and fireworks. No social distancing, and few massed his focus to mostly elsewhere. Our nation is witnessing a merciless campaign to wipe out our history to fame are heroes, erase our values and indoctrinate Children. Those claims in reaction to what has been going on after the Minnesota police death of George Floyd and other incidents like
"tom foley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tom Foley in Washington U. S. states most of them in the Sun Belt are starting to re impose restrictions aimed at slowing that can you spy you can coronavirus cases that in turn is having an effect in states that have already been there new Yorkers taking nonessential trips to high risk states will no longer be eligible for new York's Kobe nineteen paid sick leave benefit signed that executive order describing high risk stakes is having a positive test rate higher than ten per one hundred thousand residents the order does not apply to employees who have to travel for work that is WCBS TV reporter Jessica Moore on the other side of the country Disneyland union workers took to the streets calling for changes in the plans for that parks reopening which has now been delayed indefinitely on property testing and gas elsewhere mass we don't want to cut jobs want jobs to be safe the latest US casualty count from covert nineteen is above one hundred twenty five thousand the White House denies a New York times report that president trump was briefed on a U. S. intelligence report that Russia's military offered bounties to Taliban linked militants in Afghanistan to kill American troops and other coalition forces what Mr trump's expected November opponent Joe Biden had his own response to Dr your times report not only is he failed to sanction or impose any kind of consequences on Russia for this degree this violation of international law Donald Trump has continued his embarrassing campaign of deference and debasing himself before Vladimir Putin in northern California man drove into a Walmart distribution center started shooting at people and police say fifteen.
"tom foley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Find Tom Foley in Washington saying it is because of respect for a holiday of importance to black Americans president trump is delaying his return to public political rallies by one day now he will hold it in Tulsa next Saturday not next Friday which is a holiday called Juneteenth marking the freeing of blast slaves in America political analyst Larry Sabato at the university of Virginia now he's only conceded one day he's still going to Tulsa he hasn't changed his views on the current controversies he certainly not attic to to the protesters and he's not sympathetic to changing any of the Confederate names on military bases and other things so I don't know how much difference this makes location Tolleson was the site of a deadly anti black riot by whites a century ago in the aftermath of the George Floyd killing in Minneapolis there is pressure and movement for very different police procedures vice president pence talked about that in an interview with CBS news radio we're not going to de fund the police make quite the contrary I think what the president I have in mind his action that would better equip of police departments around the country with the guidance and with training resources it'll make sure that what happened in Minneapolis never happens again in Minneapolis city council vice president Andrea Jenkins people had marched all over the world all over the city of Minneapolis.
"tom foley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Tom Foley CBS news testers also took to the streets of Sacramento reporter Ryan hill spoke to some of them I'm willing Kerr wants curry do whatever I need to do let people know that I'm I'm really I'm tired of this hundreds of protesters lock in step in downtown Sacramento pushing for change following the death of George Floyd all showing up for similar reasons because the wrongful killing of a black man by a Cup the people we supposed to call for help protesters also smashed the doors of the Sacramento county jail and set fire to some abandoned buildings nearby there were some peaceful protests in Arizona but things got ugly in Scottsdale with looting and vandalism late into Saturday night or early this morning this protest escalated very very quickly it went from being peaceful going from people just walking around the streets taking a violent turn I just want to show you what happened or security guard he was trying to protect us is trying to to move aside away one week he was assaulted by one of these really they're not protesters anymore there riders in the causing violence CBS five reporter Max Gordon Scottsdale Arizona photos on social media show several fires throughout downtown Richmond overnight as protests in the Virginia capital continued the headquarters of the nearby United daughters of the confederacy burned early this morning was marked with graffiti several Confederate statues along the city's monument Avenue were defaced with graffiti apartment building on a downtown street also caught fire but protesters initially wouldn't let fire crews through until police cleared the area with tear gas protesters targeted police headquarters for the second night in a row as officers formed a barricade around the building got some roadwork happening on the sixty from east LA to Montebello your next traffic check is in four minutes at seven forty one it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey Hey Hey and trombone was Bob wine you say well be fine coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the fingers now small choir goes even coming at you favorites coming at jet yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new they're so the referee is a casualty insurance company affiliates pricing coverage much limited by state law Hey DD perks members in Washington DC now that we're slowly getting back to running make the most of your day with large.
Eddie Sutton, Hall of Fame basketball coach, dies at 84
"News a legendary hall of fame college basketball coaches died talking about Eddie Sutton I'm Tom Foley Eddie Sutton worked three college basketball teams to the NC double a tournament he was also the first coach to take for school through the so called big dance he was just elected to the basketball hall of fame last month but did not live long enough to be part of the ceremony his family says Eddie Sutton died of natural causes at home in the Tulsa Oklahoma area Eddie Sutton was eighty four years
"tom foley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"I'm Tom Foley in Washington even though health experts and some governors still urge caution this late spring we candy is ringing up people around the country correspondent on your back is no longer sound medical practice is all about politics I'm not gonna play Geoffrey let child is refusing to stop serving dine in customers at his restaurant in California a move defying state order we kind of want to rebel facemask have become political for some you look like an idiot with that mask on in hard hit New York where the daily number of new cases is declining how you act will determine what happens to you literally governor Cuomo says it's up to the public to prevent a second wave of coronavirus which so far has killed nearly eighty nine thousand Americans it is a bit early but they're gonna coast has its first named storm of the season but does not officially start for a couple of weeks the name Arthur tropical storm Arthur a tropical storm watch now in effect for parts of the North Carolina coast here CBS news forecaster Jeff Maurer dollars does not look to be very strong system it's probably not going to become a hurricane but it very well could create some very big waves rough surf and maybe some minor coastal flooding as we head into the beginning and middle of the upcoming week there has been a spectacular fire battle tonight in downtown Los Angeles so I'm kind of so far unexplained explosion setting nearby buildings on fire all right with this Jessica Christian at first it was like dark gray smoke coming out but then you start flames erupting in you can I know there was at least one explosion might not huge obviously but it's there are more after that picking it up literally fire captain Erik Scott losing some arriving resourcestocks Sydney African explosion.
"tom foley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I'm Tom Foley in Washington as medical researchers the world over look for clues the corona virus has now taken more than two hundred thousand victims more than fifty four thousand of them in this country he went public health agency says there's currently no evidence that people who have recovered from covert nineteen cannot become infected again World Health Organization announced that it isn't clear that anybody is immune after infection with Kobe nineteen which means that if you've been exposed to the virus and made antibodies those antibodies may or may not prevent the virus from coming back CBS news medical contributor Dr David agus son that he is on the factors leading Dr Anthony Fauci the federal government's top specialist on infectious diseases to keep on warning mitigation that we did by essentially shutting down the country for the most part was the reason why we're turning the corner the public and I'll do it here that the process of getting back is a multi step process in the northern plains North Dakota National Guard is now helping test workers at a wind power plant in Grand Forks after an outbreak of the covert nineteen there the plant is shut down for cleaning and a drive through testing site popped up Thursday asking those who may have had exposure to the virus to get tested based on those individuals that tested positive close contacts both coworkers and family members as well been asked to come to this clinic there was a schedule for the drive through testing those that came were asked to come at a specific time this was done to prevent overcrowding making sure there was only ever a handful of cars in line Q. X. J. B. TV reporter Alexander K. we're starting to get more information on the first American known to have died of cold at nineteen I was a woman in northern California the San Francisco chronicle has reported details on how the autopsy indicates that fifty seven year old Patricia Dowd died of a massive heart attack which ruptured her heart doctors who performed the autopsy discovered that the corona virus had infected the heart muscles that led to the hard tearing open covert nineteen had also infected the lungs trachea and intestines the fifty seven year old woman had reported flu like symptoms she also had mild pneumonia Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles in Washington on confirm reports of a possible change at the top of health and Human Services Alex Cesar's secretary there's no question the secretary is our was slow and the response that he didn't sound the alarm early and the fact that he put a former labradoodle breeder in charge of the HHS coronavirus team suggests that he didn't get the severity of the situation and lost our country valuable time Leonard Stein horn a CBS news political analyst this is CBS news conversations with some of the world's leading national security officials and experts intelligence matters with Michael Morell weekends on the CBS radio traffic weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes had won all three were saying a distressed motorist on a compromise vehicle westbound on the mass pike about a mile or so be on route ninety five it's causing a little bit of a delay right now watch out for it route twenty four northbound and southbound we've got some work going on in the west Bridgewater area just south of route one oh six causing some delays in both directions at route one heading southbound towards the Tobin bridge work going on taking up a lane and they're going to get if they get extra minute or so to get through there just be careful otherwise downtown does well Sumner and Callahan tunnels no.
"tom foley" Discussed on WWL
"Tom Foley of Washington with the United States not having the most coronavirus infections of any country in the world both Congress and the White House acted on both the health and economic fronts despite some last minute aggravation the house finished work on a huge money billing that helping strapped Americans stay above water we start with CBS's Skyler Henry with his stroke of his pen president trump signed into law the more than two trillion dollar bill to tackle the health and economic fallout from the corona virus pandemic I want to thank you Republicans and Democrats for coming together setting aside their differences and putting America first the baggage gives up to twelve hundred dollars directly to most working Americans expands unemployment insurance provides hundreds of billions to businesses both big and small and delivers immediate financial relief to hospitals Mr trump also involved a Korean War hero Lauder try to force General Motors to convert quickly from cars to ventilators badly needed by hospitals he put his trade policy chief Peter Navarro in charge of that stab wishes that Peter will serve as national defense production act policy coordinator for the federal government that's a very important position another thing that needs a quick and big resupply masks CBS's Nancy chan reports one possible new approach researchers at Duke University say they've proven that leaving N. ninety five masks in a room with equipment that turns hydrogen peroxide into fine mist will decontaminate the masks so they can be used again they say the miss permeates the layers of the Masekela germs including the new coronavirus Duke researchers say they've used this method on other lab equipment but this is the first time they tried it on masks some parts of the country have other problems coming up as well beyond the.
Lawmakers hammering out details of economic stimulus: 'We're getting closer'
"Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are working on a new stimulus package that could be worth a trillion dollars CBS news correspondent Tom Foley says Republicans and Democrats are trying to hammer out details there is bipartisan optimism here on the negotiations on a trillion dollar economic rescue package democratic leader Chuck Schumer we want to give Americans were most immediately affected by the economic slowdown ample relief so they can weather the storm over the long haul and quick agreement is expected where to turn and make good progress and
New York - Cuomo orders most New Yorkers to stay inside
"The president's declared a major disaster in New York after governor Andrew Cuomo ordered most residents to stay home and to go she Asians resume today about a huge money bill to shore up an economy battered by virus related business closings and layoffs Tom Foley CBS news Washington well as you just heard president trump's declared an emergency in New York hardest hit by the virus and governor Andrew Cuomo's order all nonessential workers to shelter in place so that our community and interconnection and interdependence this is the very realistic embodiment of that we need everyone to be safe otherwise no one can be
"tom foley" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Reporting I'm Tom Foley as late night restaurant nights out and bar hopping become history at least for a while the federal government is on the set of guidelines recommendations on what we should be doing how we should live with the corona virus outbreak White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the CDC urges Americans to spend the next fifteen days avoiding being in groups of more than ten people taking discretionary trips and going to bars restaurants and food courts White House point person Dr Deborah Burks says millennials are key to slowing the spread of the virus because they're the ones that are out and about and Burke says younger people are more likely to carry the virus without showing symptoms president trump says he's spoken about it with his teenage son this is how bad is this it's bad it's bad but we're going to we're going to be hopefully a best case not a worst case and that's what we're working for Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House some examples of how old it is being interpreted many curfews around the country woman shins on the number of people together in the San Francisco area a mandate or order to area residents stayed put for three weeks shopping is still okay but here is where the new virus reality bumps up against the politics of the election year four states are supposed to be holding presidential primaries on Tuesday maybe Ohio remains unclear in Columbus Franklin County Ohio judge Richard fry denied a request from Ohio governor Mike DeWine to delay the Ohio presidential primary until June second because of the corona virus pandemic the judge's ruling says the line should have called an emergency session of the Ohio legislature adding it was now too late in the process to delay the primary Greg saber for CBS news Cleveland bar after the judicial order Ohio's governor and secretary of state saying the scheduled vote will be postponed because it's too dangerous for voters to get together at polling places the financial market reaction to all of this major roller coaster ride but more drops down the L. man climbs back up Dow industrials sinking nearly three thousand points thirteen percent worst since nineteen eighty seven CBS news business analyst Jill Slazenger the fed it stepped in to keep funds flowing but corona virus adds a new twist said it kind of it's Diane Swonk there's just no way companies could plan for this full stop in activity Congress is trying to come to the rescue but with the president saying we may be sliding into a recession there's not a lot of time left for both the nation's small businesses which employ about sixty million people and lower wage non government workers and after those huge Wall Street drops Asian markets are a bit lower now but U. S. market futures are showing signs of a possible partial comeback this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app downloaded today it's three oh three here's your traffic.
"tom foley" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Reporting hi I'm Tom Foley as late night restaurant nights out and bar hopping become history at least for a while the federal government is on a set of guidelines recommendations on what we should be doing how we should live with the corona virus outbreak White House correspondent Steven Portnoy the CDC urges Americans to spend the next fifteen days avoiding being in groups of more than ten people taking discretionary trips and going to bars restaurants and food courts White House point person Dr Deborah Burks says millennials are key to slowing the spread of the virus because they're the ones that are out and about and Burke says younger people are more likely to carry the virus without showing symptoms president trump has he spoken about it with his teenage son this is how bad is this it's bad it's bad but we're going to we're going to be helpful at best case and worst case and that's what we're working for Steven Portnoy a CBS news the White House some examples of how old it is being interpreted many curfews around the country woman's on the number of people together in the San Francisco area a mandate or order to area residents stay put for three weeks shopping is still okay but here is where the new virus reality bumps up against the politics of the election year four states are supposed to be holding presidential primaries on Tuesday maybe Ohio remains unclear in Columbus Franklin County Ohio judge Richard fry denied a request from Ohio governor Mike DeWine to delay the Ohio presidential primary until June second because of the corona virus pandemic the judge's ruling says the line should have called an emergency session of the Ohio legislature adding it was now too late in the process to delay the primary Greg saber for CBS news Cleveland Mara after the judicial order Ohio's governor and secretary of state saying the scheduled vote will be postponed because it's too dangerous for voters to get together at polling places the financial market reaction to all of this major roller coaster ride but more drops down the hill and climbs back up down industrial sinking nearly three thousand points thirteen percent worst since nineteen eighty seven CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger the fed has stepped in to keep funds flowing but corona virus adds a new twist says economist Diane Swonk there's just no way companies could plan for this full stop in activity Congress is trying to come to the rescue but with the president saying we may be sliding into a recession there's not a lot of time left for both the nation's small businesses which employ about sixty million people and lower wage non government workers and after those huge Wall Street drops Asian markets are a bit lower now what U. S. market futures are showing signs of a possible partial comeback this is CBS news you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com for the radio dot com app.
Washington - Trump Declares Coronavirus Emergency, Supports Aid Package
"Also at this hour the houses on capitol hill set to vote on a virus aid package that would provide free testing and paid sick leave for workers correspondent we Jiang says it becomes hours after president trump declared the corona virus a national emergency president trump's national emergency declaration unlocks as much as fifty billion dollars to state and municipalities to deal with corona virus allowing FEMA to assist by getting around legal barriers the president said he would also waive some laws and regulations to expedite treatment for patients will remove or eliminate every obstacle necessary to deliver a people the care that they need and that they're entitled to Mr trump claimed it wasn't his fault that corona virus testing had gotten off to a slow start in the US I'm Tom Foley way Friday night just ahead of the first weekend of the nation's coronavirus state of emergency the trump administration reached a deal with congressional Democrats on a package of help medical and financial house speaker Nancy Pelosi here we are what we did what we said we were going to do put families first with paid sick leave paid sick days a family medical leave unemployment insurance and on the medical side free corona virus testing it took a presidential tweet encouraging both Republicans and Democrats to vote for this package to get it first to a vote by the house likely early next week by
House passes sweeping coronavirus response package
"Promised by president trump two days ago non US citizens are prohibited from flying into this country for most of Europe for the next month also at this hour the houses on capitol hill set to vote on a virus aid package that would provide free testing and paid sick leave for workers correspondent we did Jiang says it becomes hours after president trump declared the corona virus a national emergency president trump's national emergency declaration unlocks as much as fifty billion dollars to states and municipalities to deal with corona virus allowing FEMA to assist by getting around legal barriers the president said he would also waive some laws and regulations to expedite treatment for patients will remove or eliminate every obstacle necessary to deliver a people the care that they need and that they're entitled to Mr trump claimed it wasn't his fault that corona virus testing had gotten off to a slow start in the US I'm Tom Foley way Friday night just ahead of the first weekend of the nation's coronavirus state of emergency the trump administration reached a deal with congressional Democrats on a package of help medical and financial house speaker Nancy Pelosi who we are what we did what we said we were going to do put families first with paid sick leave paid sick days a family medical leave unemployment insurance and on the medical side free corona virus testing it took a presidential tweet encouraging both Republicans and Democrats to vote for this package to get it first to a vote by the house likely early next week by
"tom foley" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On Tom Foley CBS news this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station chaotic ten seventy newsradio good evening I'm Brian paying our top local stories at ten OO five Michael on the not a is guilty and a big gang arrested the long beach area but first traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the vines and here's Tim green what big improvement in west Athens and on your way into Willowbrook east bound one oh five still slows down a crane shot but it is not that hard permanent when are we ever going to get out of this slowing traffic is moving as you cross the one ten and the mule see many of the same bumpers and tail lights all the way over to Wilmington now because that traffic is moving similar southbound four oh five only backed up to van ness now it was all the way to crane shot as you cross the one ten you'll be able to get through there after an earlier crash that had four vehicles blocking the fast lane so there's another couple to choose from if you'd like to get by there ten west bound at Atlantic Boulevard heading into downtown now that's a two car injury crash and it's off to the right shoulder four oh five south connector to the one on one that's where we had furniture actually is what is because that blockage are sick alert southbound four oh five at the ten the bout to run its course and so that one take one more peak at that yeah that was all clear now as well southbound Hollywood heavy into downtown exercise caution if you're headed out of town and up the car hone pass very heavy as soon as you get past sand Bernie Dino next traffic report at ten fifteen I'm Jim Greenwood with more traffic reports more often okay and extend seventy newsradio forties and fifties tonight for tomorrow some really coastal gray giving way to hazy sunshine setting up what should be a really nice presidents day weekend.
Steve Martin and Chris Rock's Oscars Non-Monologue Monologue
"Was no dominant film as Hollywood gave out it's Oscar Sunday night but there was something new one CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman was on hand hand to to call call it it his his here here for for the the first first time time in in a a foreign foreign language language film film this picture a side room is just the latest right now this makes history there have been a foreign language films nominated for Best Picture last year Roma was a nominee but never before has a foreign language film won Best Picture and Best Director too now among the best performance awards Joaquin Phoenix's performance as joker winning Best Actor Renee Zellweger's portrayal of show business legend Judy Garland winning Best Actress Laura Dern best supporting actress for her role as a divorce attorney in a marriage story Brad Pitt best Supporting Actor for once upon a time in Hollywood CBS news update on Tom Foley then for the second year in a row there was no host I don't really have post anymore why is that he's got a a couple of years ago there was a big disaster here at the Oscars were they accidentally read out the wrong name and it was nobody's fault but they have not a guarantee that this will not happen this year because the academy a switch to the new Iowa caucus after learn from past those Steve Martin and Chris rock both gave sort of a monologue or do a log at the start of last night's show on ABC
"tom foley" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"News Detroit and I'm Tom Foley CBS news balance of nature changing the world one life at a time I ended up getting a cold after thanksgiving and usually it always goes to my child not even a usually it's just always close to my chest and I end up having to go to the doctor this time I took nine of the balance of nature for two days an ex hold only cleared up I was very impressed because every time I've got a cold for the past five years it goes into my chest and it didn't it cleared up right away don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and thirty five percent off on any new preferred order of fruits and veggies start your journey to better health today by calling one eight hundred two four six eight seven five one or by going to balance of nature dot com and make sure to receive this special radio offer by using discount code fruits I number one forty nine fifty WGN good morning thanks so much for joining us on your Sunday February the second twenty twenty I'm Stephanie Davis for W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty our two remaining cloudy through the overnight hours low thirty two the complete accu weather forecast coming up all righty we are still in the thirties not exceed the airport this morning cloudy skies thirty five and cloudy skies there at city airport will update traffic and weather together just to hand at twelve oh eight W. W. J. news time twelve all six a wrongly released inmate is back in custody after being apprehended in Detroit Saturday afternoon tally on Brazil was released by Ohio authorities earlier this month but the search began a few days ago once the Michigan department of corrections discovered it was all a mistake Brazil was sentenced to fifteen of forty years in prison on February the twenty six of twenty ten in Wayne County for on armed robbery carjacking and other crimes he may face additional charges now related to his time eluding capture and he still faces drug charges as well a northern Oakland county man is facing one charge for allegedly threatening the Michigan secretary of state Michigan state police say a seventy two year old meal Billington was arraigned Saturday on one count of malicious use of a telecommuting telecommunication device that is investigators say Billington left threatening voice mail messages for secretary of state John salen Benson and made similar threats in prison or in person we were told the threat's concerned Bentsen's political views bond was set at twenty five thousand dollars I love all your police have arrested two men accused of trying to rival the bone you woman in her garage police say Gary lawyer held the victim at gun point in her garage near Plymouth the merriment and demanded money at her car keys this back on January the twenty six the second suspect on the scene as well Nate Blaylock was also there they drove away from the scene when she started pounding on the front door and telling her son to call nine one one blade lock was found on Thursday in the city of wine dot lawyer was found in the city of Detroit both are being held without bond W. W. J. news time twelve OO eight it's time for us to check traffic and weather together we do this every ten minutes on the eight and that's not the right sound will get it together good morning to you where the idle dom motor group traffic center Stephanie good morning links to and brought to this our good morning Catherine from this time from my idol downs portion of the motor city we say good morning to you Catherine Leslie thank you very much.
Lamar Alexander opposes witnesses, likely sealing quick end to impeachment trial
"This trial is all but over and everybody knows it political analyst Larry Sabato on the new numbers which appears Democrats wished to have witnesses of president trump's impeachment trial made just miss the mark correspondent Tom Foley of now there are two Republican Senate votes for witnesses Susan Collins animate Romney Alaska's Lisa Murkowski one ounce her decision later what what Lamar Alexander's announce no vote there might not be the necessary for the GOP vote to call John Bolton or other witnesses after that perhaps a quick end to the trial White House counsel principal owner but we dealing with here we're dealing with a purely partisan impeachment with bipartisan opposition no crime no violation of law in an election year the impeachment removal trial resumes and early afternoon Tom forty CBS news Washington and that's at one PM
Coronavirus: US advises against all travel to China
"The Japanese foreign minister just moments ago urged its citizens not to travel to China because of the fast spreading corona virus and it follows with the U. S. did earlier in the day state department is now advising Americans against all China travel what apartment travel advisory urges Americans currently in China to consider getting out by commercial means and request nonessential US government personnel there to put off trouble it warns travelers to be prepared for travel restrictions to be put into effect with little or no advance notice in China Tom Foley CBS news Washington more than eight thousand people have the virus most in China and late word the Chinese hospital union is discussing Paul ball striking over virus fears
"tom foley" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Original reporting on Tom Foley is radiance took to the streets to protest their leadership after it shot down a commercial jetliner the trump administration took its case for the targeted killing of an Iranian general that trigger the recent on alternately deadly tension in the region defense secretary mark asper we had information that there was going to be attack within a matter of days they'll be broadened scale in other words more than one country and then it would be bigger than previous attacks likely going to take us into open hostilities with Iran also on face the nation democratic senator Tim Kaine a Virginia I was at the classified briefing because I'm both it and armed services and foreign relations member that was not told to us in the classified briefing nor was there a suggestion that multiple embassies were threatened about the protests in Iran which Preston of the BBC in the capital Tehran protesters filled the streets chanting slogans against the country's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali you come on the posters of custom so the money the military commander killed by the U. S. and Hughes funeral so hundreds of times and turn IT Morial events were torn down president trump tweeted warnings against a cracked down there and urge that reporters be allowed to roam free in Iran here he frequently refers to the press as enemies of the people house speaker Nancy Pelosi still has not sent articles of impeachment against president trump the Republican controlled Senate for trial she has been trying to get some say in how the trial will goal what insists even if the senator quits Mr trump this president is in page for life regardless of any gamesmanship on the part of an homage McConnell speaker Pelosi on ABC's.
"tom foley" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"News on the hour on Tom Foley with the trump administration defending its sanction high tech assassination of third country tensions are hard not only here and in Iran what the nation corn in between Iraq that is where we start CBS news correspondent Holly Williams people in this part of the world are bracing for something Iran has made it crystal clear that wants revenge but of course we cannot know how or when that might happen at the U. S. military here in Iraq is on high alert we've already had two rocket attacks yesterday close to Iraqi military bases where US personnel are also working in fact the successor to the Iranian general killed by those US drones is promising to continue on the same path toward them all general a smile gone wrong promising to get rid of America from the region on Twitter president trump warns Iran not to try and Iraq not to kick out US troops as parliament there has threatened to do Mr trump also insisting daughter Iranian cultural sites or legitimate military targets international law considers that or crime baton house Democrats plan to introduce and vote this week on a war powers resolution to limit the president's military actions and options regarding Iran with some of the same doubts democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren I think the question that we ought to focus on is why mail it why not a month ago one dollar a month from now and the answer from the administration seems to be they can't keep their story straight on this he was on CNN on CBS's face the nation Republican senator Marco Rubio president the United States has an obligation to protect those Americans Solomonic was a threat he was not there on the diplomatic visit he was there on a terrorist mission five people died in an early Sunday crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Pittsburgh there was a tourist bus involved three tractor trailers and several cars now investigators will try to determine what caused this bus to swerve in topple initiating the deadly chain reaction crash the bus carrying more than fifty mostly Asian mostly non English speaking.
"tom foley" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"One Tom Foley with the trump administration defending its sanction high tech assassination of third country tensions are high not only here and in Iran what the nation corn in between Iraq that is where we start CBS news correspondent Holly Williams people in this part of the world are bracing for something Iran has made it crystal clear that wants revenge but of course we cannot know how or when that might happen the US military here in Iraq is on high alert we've already had two rocket attacks yesterday close to Iraqi military bases where US personnel are also working in fact the successor to the Iranian journal killed by those U. S. drones is promising to continue on the same path toward them all general a smile gone wrong promising to get rid of America from the region on Twitter president from porn zero not to try and Iraq not to kick out US troops as parliament there has threatened to do Mr trump also insisting daughter Iranian cultural sites or legitimate military targets international law considers that war crimes be time house Democrats plan to introduce and vote this week on a war powers resolution to limit the president's military actions and options regarding Iran with some of the same downstream aquatic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren I think the question that we ought to focus on is why nail it why not a month ago why not a month from now and the answer from the administration seems to be they can't keep their story straight on this she was on CNN on CBS's face the nation Republican senator Marco Rubio president the United States has an obligation to protect those Americans solo money was a threat he was not there on the diplomatic visit he was there on a terrorist mission five people died in an early Sunday crash on the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Pittsburgh there was a tourist bus involved three tractor trailers and several cars now investigators will try to determine what caused this bus to swerve and topple initiating the deadly chain reaction crash the bus carrying more than fifty mostly Asian mostly non English speaking.
Ukraine Emails Fuel Democrats' Call For Impeachment Trial Witnesses
"Are calling for witnesses to testify the president's Senate impeachment trial after newly discovered White House email I'm Tom forty Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer now wants to hear from trump administration budget official Mike Duffy about an email ordering military assistance to Ukraine be withheld shortly after Mr trump's now world famous July twenty fifth phone call with the new leader of Ukraine it also involves the favor Mr trump asked for about investigating a political opponent if the call was perfect as president trump said what is one of his top aides who is a political appointee say let's keep it hush hush smart Republican leader Mitch McConnell so far opposes calling you impeachment witnesses when the matter finally goes to his side of the cap it'll Tom Foley CBS news Washington
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"Insurance on Tom Foley of house Democrats to impeach president trump this coming week the battleground of his presidency will then shift to the U. S. Senate controlled by his fellow Republicans Sacconi summit reporter for the national journal of senator there Mitch McConnell's biggest priorities is trying to keep this conference together and that includes being in concert with the White House we have to remember that the president a third of the Senate is going to be up for reelection in less than a year November twenty twenty including Senate Majority Leader McConnell and they'll be interested in trying to keep this process very contained very controlled we've heard as little as a to a two week trial which is much shorter than the Clinton impeachment trial of nineteen ninety nine which could result in bill Clinton's staying in office back to the house road most if not all Republicans are expected to vote no most but not all Democrats are expected to vote to impeach one who will not your jerseys Jeff Andrews and van expected to leave the Democratic Party switch to becoming a Republican in the district that Mr trump one not in New York where a second young teenagers being questioned in the stabbing death of a first year college student a thirteen year old is already facing felony charges we get more from CBS news correspondent cannot correct on Friday elected officials walk through the park with police a green space that is not just part of the neighborhood it's part of people's commutes so many people working and going to school at Columbia live in Harlem and if they come back in for good causes the quickest way well there is an increased police presence there on the all female Barnard College campus there's also fear in the Los Angeles area there's been vandalism at a Jewish house of worship in Beverly hills police there say a man broke into a synagogue overturning furniture causing damage several hills assistant police chief mark poured the suspect disrupted the furnishings and the contents of the synagogue by overturning furniture.
Winter storm causes thousands of delays
"Travel is seriously disrupted coast to coast as a big winter storm moves across the country where the reduced whether west take your choice mother nature doing a number on returning travelers after the thanksgiving weekend a new storm has been slamming the west coast just as the one that caused a lot of snow and rain in California and Arizona moves past the Midwest and into the east are getting everything out across portions of the northeast portion the New York and Massachusetts that the cancer remark currently in the heavy snow and a little bit of freezing rain occurring as well weather prediction center forecaster marks an art Tom Foley CBS
Trump reveals peace talks with Taliban have resumed
"President trump making a trip to Afghanistan and his trip included a new peace overture I'm Tom Foley in Washington during a surprise thanksgiving visit with the troops and some diplomats in Afghanistan president trump announced a resumption of peace talks with the Islamist Taliban but the U. S. ouster from power following nine eleven we're meeting with them and we're saying it has to be a ceasefire they want to do a ceasefire but now they do want to do a ceasefire I believe that probably work out that way and we'll see what happens with a tremendous brothers got about three months after Mr trump broke off earlier talks with the Taliban following on up swing in insurgent attacks in Afghanistan when he appeared before those US troops the president also found the opportunity to talk about
Trump reveals peace talks with Taliban have resumed
"The president is expected back in Florida in a few hours after thanksgiving visit to the troops in Afghanistan and a peace overture CBS news correspondent Tom Foti has details during a surprise thanksgiving visit with the troops and some diplomats in Afghanistan president trump announced a resumption of peace talks with the Islamist Taliban but the US ouster from power following nine eleven we're meeting with them and we're saying it has to be a ceasefire they don't want to do a ceasefire but now they do want to do a ceasefire I believe it's probably work out that way and we'll see what happens when we made tremendous progress got about three months after Mr trump broke off earlier talks with the Taliban following on up swing in insurgent attacks in Afghanistan Tom Foley CBS news
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"Real reporting on Tom Foley he is on his way home our president trump spent part of thanksgiving far away meeting with US military in Afghanistan engaging in a bit of diplomacy there with the Afghan leader and then announcing a resumption of peace talks that he cut off back in September Taliban wants to make a deal and we're meeting with them and we're saying has to be a ceasefire they want to do a ceasefire but now they do want to do a ceasefire I believe that probably work out that way Mr trump switch planes in Germany on the way back he's do home in about four hours he is scheduled to be overseas again next week when the house Judiciary Committee starts considering impeachment articles against him he has been invited to take part or have representatives there what is correspondent we Jiang reports that seems an OnStar the White House is basically saying it's too little too late and a source familiar with the legal strategy here it says that they would not send an attorney at least it's very unlikely because it would legitimize a sham investigation which is what Mr trump tends to call a constitutional process thanksgiving has come and gone with east coast weather more cooperative than some earlier forecasts had warned even those big balloon sort of flu in New York just about ten feet up due to high winds a couple of them have problems but in the west the weather issues were more serious here's KFMB TV's heather hold constant rain throughout thanksgiving day set flooding across San Diego county and I've never seen it your life is in Sorrento valley policy out the week silver BMW got stuck in the water suddenly it was up to my.
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"On Tom Foley I have been going on for months protests against former Chinese rule in Hong Kong and I've been getting more and more disorderly more and more violent on Sunday Hong Kong riot police stormed the city's polytechnic university following all night stand off with protesters still barricaded inside authorities now threatening to use live ammunition against what the government calls rioters who have started using bows and arrows and gasoline bombs one what kind of holds reporter Jennifer rang has been at the scene police kept coming at them with water cannons and tear gas and maybe other munitions but the protesters mind is your farm they were hurling virtual bombs towards the police line and they did you have the balls protesters were also setting fire to I think that these two foot bridges I'm not a Washington where there has been no time out in the impeachment drama there were revelations about the president and Ukraine in open testimony during the past week there's much more about expected in the days ahead public hearings will resume Tuesday eight more witnesses set to testify including you invested accordance on one he's the million dollar trump trump donor turned diplomat he could offer a first hand account of the president's goals in Ukraine CBS news correspondent Catherine Johnson at the White House and the spotlight on someone will be bright he's already changed his closed door testimony saying he now recalls a conversation with the Ukrainian official that the US would withhold military aid Saturday the house intelligence committee released to the deposition transcript of Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president Mike pence she was on that now infamous July twenty fifth phone call and said it struck her as quote unusual and inappropriate as for the Democrats battling to replace Mr trump after next year's election will turn of them are going to take part this week in the first presidential debate later CBS news battleground tracker has a snapshot of the race in its early stages Joe Biden now leading the field a twenty nine percent Elizabeth Warren right behind Bernie Sanders and Pete border judge following about Biden's he has bounced back Elizabeth Warren was leading that field in our last poll last month what's happened is it warns faced some criticism from by another Democrats saying that her plans might be too liberal for general election too liberal to be president trump Democrats are worried about that we find that about a third of Democrats say that a for policies very few of them say that about Joe Biden's and of course electability remains a key concern for the democratic base about is CBS news elections.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman Likely To Be Removed From White House
"After testifying on Capitol Hill a key witness in the Ukraine controversies apparently leaving a top security job I'm Tom forty lieutenant colonel Alexander than men has already testified behind closed doors about the president and Ukraine and he's expected to do so again in public as a temporary staff of the National Security Council you listen in on the president's now famous phone call with the president of Ukraine but his time at the White House is about to end says his boss national security adviser Robert o'brien colonel than men is detail from the department of defense everyone who's detail the NSC people start going back to their own departments well Brian was on CBS's face the nation Tom Foley CBS news Washington public hearings into the impeachment inquiry began Wednesday expect lots of media coverage
White House reporters condemn fake video showing Trump killing press
"News White House reporters and media organizations or condemning up fake video showing president trump killing members of the press and famous opponents CBS is Tom Foley has the story it was nothing official from the White House as the New York Times reported on a graphically violent parity video he was reportedly shown at a meeting of president from supporters at his Miami resort it shows a likeness of the president hitting shooting and stabbing opponents like the late senator John McCain Rosie o'donnell and Bernie Sanders and members of the news media on a church the White House correspondents association put out a statement saying their heart by but the video CBS news White House producer fin Gomez CNN calls it by far and away the worst such promotion of violence against the media by the president's supporters labeling it vile and horrific Tom forty CBS news
U.S. Nuclear Talks With North Korea Break Down
"I'm Tom Foley North Korea says recently renewed nuclear talks with the United States have broken down that announcement by north Korea's top negotiator challenged by the U. S. state department regardless Asian expert Ralph Costa says it's hard to imagine anything of substance coming out because the mercury answer pretty insistent on where they're standing waiting time is on their side they also think that they can persuade president trump could give them a better deal than of Pompeii in the state department interlocutors are prepared to
Trump impeachment hearings, depositions to begin this week
"Hearings and depositions start this week in the impeachment proceedings against president Donald Trump here CBS's Tom Foley sixty minutes spoke with the man who will have the impeachment probe California congressman. Adam Schiff chairman of the house intelligence committee we have a pretty good road map thanks to the courage of this whistleblower the complaint sets out to any number of witnesses and
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"Real reporting on Tom Foley Sunday night sixty minutes broadcast began with this from Scott Pelley sixty minutes has obtained a letter that indicates the government whistle blower who set off the impeachment inquiry of president trump is under federal protection because he or she fears for their safety what a tourney for that on identified whistle blower later said sixty minutes miss in that letter what the CBS news broadcast no stand by its sources in reporting on the whistle blower the president and his supporters appeared on mainstream and social media attacking the whistle blower senior White House adviser Steven Miller was on fox the president correctly pointed out that the behavior of this individual it's close to a spot what the president also warning him investigated for fraud and Creason house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff hopes to hear soon from the whistleblower at whistleblower will be allowed to come in and come in without the a minder from the justice department to or from the White House to tell us about what they can and cannot say we'll get the unfiltered testimony that whistleblower he was on ABC Sunday night president trump was re tweeting a warning of a civil war over his possible removal from office most mountain states in the western either got nor will likely get some serious known from on early season storm but has now prompted Montana's governor Steve bullock to declare an emergency for those areas already hit the storm is bringing heavy wet snow high winds to closing roads downing trees causing scattered power outages there's a big manhunt under way now for for male inmates to over power to female corrections officers and then escaped from a county jail in Ohio Carly county sheriff map champion made stole the keys.