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"Tom Foodie in Washington. The signals are very mixed Those signals Americans are getting about the latest increase in covid cases and what should be done about it. Federal authorities say they built a variant is as easy to pass on as a cold or chickenpox. They plead with those not vaccinated to get the shots. Mask mandates are coming back to a major private companies and some school and government offices, but only some even as the death variant surges in his state. Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order prohibiting Vaccination and mass commanding agencies and businesses that receive money from the state. The order also forbids local governments in Texas from issuing mask mandates or imposing covid restriction. Correspondent Jim Krystle in Washington. The Justice Department reverses its previous position when Donald Trump was President Nile says the I R s must hand over some of Mr Trump's tax returns. Congressional investigators and on another legal front, other congressional investigators released Justice Department notes on calls from the then president trying to cast doubt about the election. He lost more than a month after losing the 2020 election. Then President Donald Trump called the acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, telling him just say the election was corrupt and leave the rest to me. Adding, We have an obligation to tell people that this was an illegal, corrupt election that, according to handwritten notes from Rosen's deputy, Richard Donohue, who was also on the call, the notes were released by the House Oversight Committee. Congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave Lightning storms cause new wildfires in Oregon Majority of the wildfires were quickly controlled thanks to quick action by local fire crews. John Sultan Burger with the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center, says lightning caused fires are straining resources and we're Right at that limit. Right now we're fully committed whether firefighting resources across the geographic area initial attack firefighters have got their hands full dealing with fires from lightning, and now we've got more like incoming. He's hoping some moisture comes along at the same time to help Cruz get a handle on those fires. Mike Turner for CBS News, Portland, Oregon. This is California also deals with wildfires and a threat of rolling power outages. At the Olympics. More U. S gold in the pool..
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"To change gears on vaccinations. Sean Hannity on Fox News. Please take Covid. Seriously. I can't say it enough enough People have died. We don't need any more deaths. CBS is David Begnaud is in little Rock. Arkansas now leads the nation when it comes to covid hospitalizations on a per capita basis at this hospital where we are in little rock, I just checked and the average age of a covid patient. Is 40 years old. You know what it was six months ago, 60 years old. They were just telling us people are walking in sicker and younger than ever before. Covid is also affecting the Tokyo Games. An American who is already here. Cara Eaker and alternate on the U. S Women's gymnastics squad has also tested positive that has set off alarm bells inside the American team, which is led by Olympic favorite Simone Biles. At the moment. There is no indication that Biles or the other big names have been affected. Steve Futterman CBS News at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. We're following developing news out of Afghanistan. At least two rockets have been fired at the presidential palace in Kabul that attack happening ahead of a speech by President Ashraf Ghani to mark the start of a Muslim holiday. Fire support is pouring into Oregon, where crews are still battling the bootleg fire. K o i. N t V reporter Elizabeth Din has the latest We know 67 homes have been destroyed as well as more than 100. Other structures. This fire is just 25% contained. Crews from California, Washington and the Portland metro area were already deployed to the fire north of Bt and now extra resources and personnel from Utah are joining in the fight. The U. S. Capitol. Rioter is heading to prison. CBS is Tom Foodie. I'm Tom Foti in the first finished felony case against one of the January 6th rioters. Florida Crane operator Paul Allard Hodgkins has been sentenced to eight months in federal prison, wearing a trump shirt and carrying on tourist like materials. He had marched onto the floor of the Senate the day of the insurrection. His attorney had pleaded for no jail time. Paul Hodgkins loves this country is not my enemy. He's just a man. Screwed up Well. Defense Attorney Patrick LaDuke also says, I think the judge's sentence was fair. This is CBS News. One.
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"This is CBS News on the hour sponsored by Dell. Small business I'm Tom Foodie in Washington. The husband destruction at an Alabama trailer home park at least 50 homes demolished or badly damaged. In a small town just north of the Florida border. As what was Tropical Storm Claudette now makes its way north from the Gulf Coast. CBS, says Omar via Franco is in Biloxi, Mississippi. The storm hit on what was supposed to be a busy father's Day weekend. Down in the Bayou Crown Point, Louisiana, Darren Cullen had to cancel his alligator swamp tours. Of course, with weather like this, you know you can't run the weekends holidays. That's when tourists are coming down here trying to see what attraction you have brought. It dropped more than 10 inches of rain and sly Dell, Louisiana. At least made multiple rescues after as many as 50 vehicles were swamped in the flood in the southwestern Pacific West, just the opposite Rutger drought an extraordinary heat latest now on the covid pandemic US that's approaching 602,000. The president continues to plead with people to get vaccinated, still hoping to reach 70% vaccination by the fourth of July. In the meantime, as vaccination rates declined. The fast spreading and more contagious Delta variant first detected in India is now found in 49 States, a recent study found. One dose of the Pfizer vaccine is only about 33% effective against the Delta variant. While both doses offer about 88% protection correspondent Michael George, now to Tehran, where Iranian.
"tom foodie" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"While there's been much progress since slavery's end in 18 65, there is much work to be done, particularly in the city of Louisville. This is a heavy lift when you start talking about a community, particularly when we're talking about West Louisville in this regard that I think we can all make a very good argument that has been neglected. Decades and decades and decades. Neil's Juneteenth Day bill will be considered when the Kentucky General Assembly reconvenes for the 2022 regular session. Police are investigating a deadly shooting in Louisville's Chickasaw neighborhood. Around four P.m. Friday, L. MPD was called to the area of Greenwood Avenue in South 40th Street, police said. A man was found their critically injured from gunfire. Behind the daycare. It's unclear if the daycare was open at the time. The man believed to be in his late teens or early twenties, was taken to U Fl Hospital and he died a short time later. An arrest has been made following a Thursday night crime spree and Jefferson County 28 year old Jonathan Larson allegedly began his string of crimes by robbing a smoke shop at gunpoint. He's then accused of walking to Tazewell drive and firing shots into multiple homes and cars, police say after 10 30 Larson then shot at several cars in Norton comments Helicopter and canine units were brought in to assist in the search for Larson, who was eventually taken into custody in the sleepy Hollow golf course in Oldham County. Haley Hansen, NewsRadio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Female soldiers reportedly face bigger assault and harassment risks at some U. S military bases, including Fort Campbell in Kentucky. I'm Tom Foti. A study done for the Army shows female soldiers at bases in Texas, Colorado, Kansas and Kentucky, facing greater risks of sexual assault and harassment than at other posts, CBS News National security consultant Jeff McCausland. This is particularly true for soldiers serving in combat arms units, including field artillery and combat engineers. They are also higher. Since and units that were being frequently deployed into combat zones. Among the reasons independent review by the Army found that base commanders were often focused on military readiness and neglected combat assault prevention programs. Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS Washington And a pop star heads back into the studio After a battle with a music mogul Taylor Swift is heading back into.
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"I'm Tom Foodie in Washington. Many of the lower 48 states from the Heartland to the Far West steaming this weekend. 113 Phoenix 111, Fresno 109 in reading and 101 in Salina. Now watch this 107 could be the actual temperature in the plain states here. CBS News Forecast or climate specialist Jeff Girardelli. That extreme heat in Arizona has caused an uptick in deaths at the border leading the Border Patrol to warn migrants not to travel. Not only has this week been record breaking in terms of temperatures has also been you're breaking in terms of calls along the southern border here in Arizona. It's also been deadly. This week. They have received an average of 30 to 40 calls. Each day, and they have also responded to more than 300 calls This fiscal year that started in October. Reporter Angelica Correo in Tucson, Arizona. New report shows places where it can be more dangerous for female army personnel. The study done by the Rand Corporation shows that female soldiers in Texas, Kentucky, Kansas and Colorado face a greater risk of assault. More than one third of all Army assaults reported in 2018 occurred in those four states. Female soldiers at Fort Bliss and Fort Hood in Texas faced the highest risk. According to the study, more than 8% of women based at Fort Hood, where sexually assaulted in 2018, the report says that based leaders are focused on military readiness and not giving enough attention to assaults. Steve Futterman CBS news new arrest members in the pro Trump riot at the U. S Capitol in January. I'm Peter King, a CBS.
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"Hour your home for original reporting. I'm Tom Foodie in Washington. There has been no we can let up in that escalating violence between Israel on the militant Hamas group controlling Gaza on Israel's border. Now there is a new element. On Israeli airstrike toppled a high rise building in Gaza housing international media raising allegations that Israel is violating freedom of the press. Israel said the building was used by Hamas military intelligence, The White House said Israel has a paramount responsibility to ensure the safety of journalists. Robert Berger, CBS News Jerusalem, Israeli Air Force Nile tweets. Not more Recent airstrikes have targeted three Senior Hamas members, offices and residences, adding that is really estimate off. 2900 rockets fired into Israel from Gaza since this conflict began. Turning to the covert pandemic on a weekend after the loosening of federal mass guidelines from Los Angeles correspondent Daniel Bacchus visit in Rybar shirts, shoes and vaccine cards are required for service. When customers air here with everybody vaccinated good enough to social distance it onto our masks. They don't have to worry about it. It's still peace of mind and comfort. But other small business owners are now grappling with what to enforce. Our client's going to be upset if we asked them for proof on how to verify the vaccinated and speaking of vaccination, not a high priority so far for kids, But the Fizer vaccine has been approved for those 12 to 15 Selina Go Vera of WSB T South Bend, Indiana next Tuesday. Can't come soon enough for Allie Van Nevil. That's when she's scheduled to get her first dose of the Visor Corona virus vaccine. I've been waiting actually a while. I'll to get it and I am quite Excited to get it because then I will be able to go more places. Parents say she's.
"tom foodie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Minnesota tense standoffs with police and protesters just outside of Minneapolis in the city of Brooklyn Center. After a deadly police involved shooting over the weekend. CBS is Tom Foti with more on the overnight protests pulled in Minneapolis protesters confronting police on the streets of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota after a fatal police shooting of a 20 year old man, a few miles from the site of the George Floyd Police death incident with the trial of ex officer show Vin Now underway soon you will see a robust assortment of National Guard, state and local police departments, uh, working together over the next two or three days, and John Harrington is the commissioner of Minnesota Public Safety CBS News Brief on Tom Foodie and the man who was shot and killed identified as Dante right. Police say they were trying to take him into custody over outstanding warrants. After a traffic stop. He got out of the car but then went back in and fled. That's when police discharged their weapon right was struck and killed. It's now 502 on April 19th week. From today, everyone over 16 in Massachusetts will be able to make a vaccine appointment and you can also head north to New Hampshire. WBC's James RoHaas has more details on that this morning. He joins us live. Good morning, James. Yeah. Good morning, So New Hampshire residents have exactly one week until the floodgates open, Governor Chris Sununu says starting April 19th folks from Massachusetts and any other non residents can sign up for an appointment way just have so much more availability. We're gonna have a lot of vaccine here. So we want to get it up to anyone who might what might actually be here in the state. And so there's plenty of time between now in April 19th for for additional New Hampshire residents to make sure that they get their appointment. But after the 19th it really is opened up to everyone. Yeah, the governor says there's still time for residents to be first in line to make an appointment. As of last week, New Hampshire reported that 60% of its population has either been vaccinated or has booked an appointment to get their shot. James RoHaas, WBZ Boston's news radio and heading back to remote learning and Burlington High School, the town announcing they're making the pivot because of 10 new cases that Popped up over the course of the past week of Cof in 19. It's impacting Burlington High School students 130 now in quarantine. They will be on remote learning this entire week. Spring break is scheduled for the following week. And they don't plan on being back in the classroom on a full time basis until May 3rd Coming up in just a moment. The investigation continues into the shooting death of a grandmother and Dorchester over the weekend, hit by a stray bullet more on that just ahead..
Intelligence report says Saudi crown prince approved Khashoggi killing
"The Saudi Crown prince in a notorious killing in Turkey. U. S intelligence believes the crown prince of Saudi Arabia who effectively runs that country approved the 2018 killing and dismemberment of regime critic Jamal Cash, Okay. He had been living in the U. S. And writing for The Washington Post. Biden administration has released the intelligence findings but effectively went no further. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken. What we done by the actions that we've taken is really not to rupture the relationship but to re calibrated the Saudi reaction. It completely rejects the declassified US report. Tom Foodie
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"You CBS News on the hour Presented by indeed calm. I'm Tom Foodie in Washington today after an engine on a Honolulu bound United jet came apart there. Denver, its maker is recommending that planes with that engine stopped flying pending the incident investigation are reports start with correspondent Steve Futterman. This particular version of the 7 77 with the press and Whitney engines is used by airlines in three countries. The U. S. Japan and South Korea. United is the only U. S carrier to fly the aircraft with the press and Whitney engines, Boeing said it's recommending that old 7 70 sevens with threatened Whitney engines be grounded. Always says it supports decisions by the F A, A and Japan Civil Aviation Bureau to suspend use of the aircraft and with more about what happened, CBS News Travel editor Peter Greenberg. This was an uncontained engine failure considered a serious and potentially catastrophic incident. It happened when the titanium fan blades on one of the United Airlines, Triple Seven engines cracked and then disintegrated from the inside out. Texas needs a lot of help. After a week of sub freezing temperatures, power outages in water shortages, and that is before those huge electricity bills to those who kept their power or have it Now CBS is Janet family and is in Houston in the parking lot of Houston's football stadium. Desperation stretches for miles. It is really mind boggling. That's why I I had to come help, however, I could many store shelves are bare. This giveaway is nothing short of a lifeline. The weather crisis is now a humanitarian one. The state has thought, but the need is growing. They will run out of food here well before the cars in line stopped coming to us is just about 100 covert victims short of a half a million. President Biden expects to mark that tragic occasion Monday evening, and what more CBS is Nancy channels two year into America's battle with covert 19 leading health experts say there's reason to be hopeful We should be optimistic. In my view, I think we're going to continue to see infection rates decline into the spring and this summer. Right now they're falling quite dramatically. I think these trends are likely to continue yet, they warn Americans must remain cautious to prevent another surge in Corona virus cases on Capitol Hill on Monday confirmation hearings for Attorney General nominee Judge Merrick Garland in his opening statement, Garland will tell the Senate Judiciary Committee he will ensure the laws of our country are fairly and faithfully and forced. He will also pledged to prosecute those who stormed the capital on January 6th. The hearing will stretch out over two days. With the vote on Garland's nomination expected next month. Correspondent Nicole Killian Asian financial markets are higher, but US market futures are pointing down this CBS News Indeed delivers great candidates fast, in fact, indeed delivers four times more hires than all other job sites combined, according.
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"Hi is only in the fifties. This afternoon. It's 61 degrees had news radio wofl A Donald Trump's lawyers have quit his impeachment case after the former president demanded they use an election fraud strategy that they advised against I'm Tom 48 days ahead of the second Trump impeachment trial. There are new lead attorneys for the former president. One team of lawyers left this past weekend political reporter Daniel Lippman pretty surprising move, given that there's only a week left until this trial's It's supposed to start. But it's not that surprising in that. Trump wants his lawyers to reportedly focus on his the bunked theories of election fraud. The new leads Trump attorneys will be David, showing off frequent television legal commentator on Bruce Castor, a former district attorney in Pennsylvania. Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS Washington Congress woman says she's moving her offices away from Marjorie Taylor Greene. Georgia congresswoman who's under fire for pushing conspiracy theories like you and on Cori. Bush claims Green attacked. Her outrage is growing against one of the former president's loudest supporters. Congress woman, Marjorie Taylor Greene, who has promoted false Cuban on conspiracy theories, and indicated support for executing Democrats, the idea that you're talking about members of the U. S. House of Representatives of talking about violence. That is, you know, it is almost beyond comprehension. And I think this is something the Republican Party has got to deal with. Kristina Ruffini. CBS News the White House There's been an apparent overthrow of the democratically elected government in Myanmar. Late Sunday, reports began to emerge that the military is staging a coup in me and more. Known as Burma in the United States, and that its leader, state councilor on Sans Souci, was detained under house arrest by communications were cut to the capital and U. N diplomats said on Sunday that it is likely that the U. N Security Council will hold a meeting this week to discuss the troubling developments. Mila.
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"The game for free. The concert is four hours before kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday, which is February 7th game time. 6 30 The investigation continues into the murders of six people in Indianapolis. What happened was a mass murder anger coming from Indianapolis Mayor Jo Hogg set as he and police chief Randall Taylor updated people about the deadly shooting. A child was also found shot at the scene in the overnight hours and was taken to the hospital in critical condition. He's expected to survive what we saw this morning. Was a different kind of evil. What occurred this morning based on the evidence has been gathered so far. Was a mass murder chief, Taylor says. Among the dead are a pregnant woman and her unborn child. Investigators say This wasn't a random act. Rob Dawson Fox News president, Biden is set to repeal former President Trump's policy of transgender service in the military. As early as today. Biden plans to end trumps in Lisbon ban It was set in place in 2017. It allowed active transgender military to continue serving but new transgender recruits. Prevented from signing up. Tens of thousands hit the streets in Russia after the arrest of a popular opponent of Vladimir Putin. Protests erupted across Russia this weekend in support of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. The numbers are stunning. In Moscow alone, an estimated 40,000 people gathered to participate in these demonstrations, many clashing with police across the country. At least 3000 were arrested, including of on his wife, Julia, A spokesperson for Russian President Vladimir Putin is accusing the United States of meddling in their internal affairs. Trey Yanks reporting from Moscow, A familiar face from the Trump era is running for governor in her home state. Sarah Huckabee. Sanders was the second White House press secretary of the Trump administration when she left Washington. The expectation was that she would run for political office herself Back home in Arkansas. Now, The Associated Press reports. She is about to announce a campaign for the job her father once held governor of Arkansas. Tom Foodie, CBS News Veteran news anchor Tom Brokaw is signing off. The 80 year old news man is retiring from NBC News after 55 years with the network broke off, first joined NBC in 1966 as an anchor at the network's Los Angeles TV station. He then went on to co anchor The Today show from 1976 to 1981 and then NBC Nightly News from 1982 to 2004. It's 7 36 whether his net Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000.
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"Tom Foodie here in Washington, D C to Seattle, Washington, parts of state capitals and big cities now more or less lockdown. Not against the covert virus, but the threat of pre inauguration violence. We will be ready here in Madison, where Tony Evers is governor of Wisconsin. Seattle's already had a major threat alarm that did turn out to be false. FBI special agent oral camp We feel like we're in a really good position, although we are keeping tabs on everything we can and if we do get any indication of a threat. We will communicate that to our local, county and state partners so that we can keep the community safe while in the East Coast, Washington With the potential threat of more violence, businesses are boarding up. National Mall is shut down and the Pentagon is called up some 25,000 troops. CBS is Michael George, and from the city's mayor, Muriel Bowser. We as Americans have to stop thinking that we can take for granted that every American has pledged his allegiance to the Constitution. But we saw in plain view of where too many Americans who have pledged allegiance to Donald Trump out of an abundance of caution around the country, The U. S. Postal Service is removing mailboxes in several cities as the threat of violence in state capitals surrounding president elect Binds Wednesday. Inauguration continues to escalate explodes Of devices could be placed inside mailboxes to cause serious injury or death to anyone passing by. Although the USPS is describing it simply as a security measure to protect the male and the public. CBS News correspondent Matt Piper social Media have helped investigators identify people involved in that violent attack in the nation's capital. But Chicago man found himself the target of mistaken identity. One he was wrongly pointed out is one of the rioters. CBS Is Charlie Tomorrow. With that I was being called a murderer. I was called a terrorist. Have you been concerned for yourself constantly? David Quintavalle e was not in D C last week, but that didn't stop self appointed social media detectives. From publicly naming him as the prime suspect, not a Los Angeles where the huge vaccination side of Dodger Stadium is getting Maxine to some frontline workers wanting and needing it badly..
Unemployment benefits set to expire as fate of COVID economic relief package unclear
"Struggling to make ends meet lapsed overnight as president, Trump refused to sign a coronavirus relief and government spending bill. The fate of the bipartisan package is unclear, with the president continuing to demand larger stimulus checks. If he doesn't sign the bill, the government shutdown would be triggered Monday night at midnight. I'm Tom 40, with no signal from the current president in Florida about when or if you will sign that huge economic stimulus bill passed a week ago by Congress. Incoming one is warning of devastating consequences of President Trump continues to delay signing it. Saturday statement from President elect Biden claimed about 10 million Americans will lose unemployment insurance benefits without that law, possibly along with general government funding, and with a moratorium on evictions expiring, putting some at risk of being forced from their homes over the holidays. Tom Foodie CBS News
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"7 37 The Packers prevail in the gales of November while Dustin Johnson does seem in the autumn sun of Augusta. Matt Polly has sports at 7 $45. You can gain time saver traffic alert again, a reminder North bound 43 shut down at National Avenue because of a deadly crash. We will get more details from Debbie coming up. At 7 40 no concession from President Trump and no presidential transition and movements at the White House. President Trump's very busy someday Twitter feed briefly hinted that he was aware that it looked like Joe Biden had won the election. Going. This from Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas on NBC Expect Joe Biden to be the next president. United States was Good actually to see President Trump tweet out that he won. I think that's the start of an acknowledgment. Start. What not to finish. A short time later, Mr Trump walked it back far back, and by Sunday night, he was promising new lawsuits and claiming he had won the election. Tom Foodie, CBS NEWS Washington Women's entrepreneurship Milwaukee kicking off Tuesday the week has several guest speakers and events highlighting and educating attendees on local female entrepreneurs. But co founder Jenny Weeden tells WTMJ there's a new trend happening people, especially women, who are now telling me that they are, in fact leaving their jobs and actually launching in the pandemic. I've actually heard that now is no better time Tol Take that leap. Weeden says the event not just for women that men are welcomed and encouraged to both attend and support. Four astronauts are headed for the international space station this hour after a successful launch for space exes. Crew dragon capsules. You. Not only was this the first ever operational flight for the Crew Dragon capsule, but the astronauts themselves are making history. Victor Glover will be the first black astronaut to spend an extended time at the International Space Station, Mike Hopkins will officially be sworn into the newly formed Space Force military branch once on the ISS crew,.
"tom foodie" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"By David Tennant and DS or Deputy Superintendent Ellie Miller, portrayed by Olivia Colman, who also plays Queen Elizabeth and the Crown. Will this serious features of very fine ensemble cast a slew of quirky characters that allow us to keep the mystery alive. The first series focuses on the death of a boy Danny Latimer, and the impact that that death has on the community on his family and on Inspector Hardy, the head cop who's haunted by a previous case involving a child murder, a case that he feels guilty about not winning, highly recommend Broadchurch. Can't wait for seasons two and three, and that's now streaming with Jordan WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 1 26 and new Hurricane Named Iota is on her way to our Latin America, and that storm is expected to bring potentially catastrophic winds and storm surge to an already rough and devastated area. I'm Tom Foodie. The storm name Iota is now the 13th hurricane of the Atlantic Season. The 30th named Storm More to the point, CBS forecaster David Parkinson notes it again threatens Nicaragua and Honduras. Iota is just going to be A second knockout punch to a region that is still suffering from the effects of ADA, which was a Category four hurricane, causing much death and destruction in Central America and then more here in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. Tom Foodie CBS News Logan City Council in Brisbane. Australia, is now one step closer to their goal of being carbon neutral by 2022. The city's waste treatment plan is apparently turning human waste into energy. James Joyce is an engineer with Pyro Cal, and he explains how the process works. Once you guys into.
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"Tom Foodie in Washington, and by tomorrow morning at this time, we should know for sure, CBS News has learned. The president is expected to nominate federal appeals Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to replace Justice Ruth Bader Gas. Berg, The 48 year old mother of seven was an early front runner. Especially after the president considered her to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy in 2018. Barrett clerked for conservative icon Justice Antonin Scalia and became a favorite among religious groups for her anti abortion views. CBS News White House correspondent Wee Jangle a Justice Ginsburg was honored Friday at the U. S. Capitol. Becoming the first woman and the first Jewish American toe lie in state. They're not a Louisville night. Three of demonstrations against that decision by the Kentucky prosecutor and grand jury not to bring direct criminal charges against three police officers in the mistaken shooting that of Rianna Taylor at curfew. They were ordered to disperse correspondent Eureka Duncan. Larger protests are planned in Louisville this weekend. The city's interim police chief is asking our militia to stay away. Many of them say they're coming to help us. Let me be clear. That is not help we need that does not help we want now the latest on the covert 19 pandemic. Total U. S case is about seven million for us That's from the Corona virus Mohr than 203,000. And from Florida word that having Iran descent is moving to fully open the state, including bars and restaurants, allowing for full capacity and if it's lesson that local leaders will have to justify it were also saying.
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"I'm Tom Foodie in Washington. It has been another weekend of political protests and clashes in some U. S cities. In one case, death with President Trump in the middle of the politics of it all Here's correspondent Nicole Killian, with one man dead following dueling demonstrations in Portland. President Trump took to Twitter at least a dozen times, blasting the mayor as incompetent calling for the National Guard. Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said all options are on the table, including sending in federal law enforcement to stem the violence. The president blames the Portland mayor, who in turn blames the president, the governor of Wisconsin. Ask Mr Trump not to go. Troubled city that is Kenosha tomorrow, The White House says he is going and that is fine with Kenosha business owner tomorrow. Weber, who places blame elsewhere on the governor, ticked off a Tony Evers because it did not have to come to this did not have to come to watching this city burn. He could have called in the guard much earlier than he did, And I don't think this would have happened with President Trump's chief intelligence officer, refusing to brief members of Congress about possible for an election interference. In person. Minnesota Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar charges in the words of Speaker Pelosi. When it comes to this White House, all roads lead to Putin. That is exactly what's going on here, and we're gonna have to demand the information to protect our elections She was on ABC is this week President Trump and his appointees. It is about protecting sensitive information from being leaked. With the U. S about to hit six million covert 19 infections. CBS's Lilia Luciano. Report. Louisiana, A covert hot spot is struggling with a backlog of cases. The governor warns that Hurricane Laura's destruction is disrupting Corona virus response efforts and when you put them both together, it's extremely challenging in Europe. The BBC reports more than 20 people have been taken to hospital with with carbon monoxide poisoning. After attending a party in an underground bunker in the Norwegian capital of Oslo, just days after an agreement to normalize relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Flights are starting from Israel, apparently flying over Saudi airspace. Israel's prime minister looking ahead This opens the door for what I can only call unbridled. Trade, tourism investments. Firefighters in California are still battling wildfires in various parts of the state high def cameras are helping them pinpoint the locations of fire starts. The cameras are placed in higher elevations.
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"I'm Tom Foodie in Washington. The latest employment numbers show about 1.8 million jobs being added back into a stalled economy last month, But Democrats and Republicans are still stuck trying to do another economic stimulus package. So President Trump says he'll sign executive orders to provide economic health to Americans if Congress can't agree on a deal for another Corona virus stimulus package. What we're talking about is deferring the payroll tax for A period of months to enhance unemployment. Benefits through the end of the year. The president also promise to defer student loan payments and extend a moratorium on evictions. But it's unclear if his proposed actions would be legal. Wendy Gillette CBS News There is a new and specific warning from US intelligence, not foreign powers are interfering in the 2020 election and picking favorites. CBS foolery Russia is repeating their 2016 playbook, according to the intelligence officials. This time trying to denigrate former Vice President Biden and what it sees as an anti Russia establishment. The Russians don't want me to be the nominee and I spent a lot of money on bots on Facebook, and they've been taken down, saying Biden's Abad guy what that Intel warning also involves China allegedly going the other way in favor of Biden. With all the talk and debate about what schools should do as summer winds down and the virus doesn't go away, double the TV's Aaron Hassan's widow reports on one teachers dilemma. Pine City Teacher Ryan Larson was just celebrated as one of the top 10 teachers in Minnesota. But within person class is slated to start Soon. Cove in 19 concerns have him caught between the job he loves and the family he loves. I have a certain level of apprehension. My dad is a quadriplegic. Don't my specific experience might be unique. I think it reflects what a lot of a lot of people are feeling right now. After nearly 30 years and education, second grade Minneapolis teacher Scott Devon's may have already spent his last day in the classroom. When you put it that way, it is kind of emotional. Also in the upper Midwest. Thousands of bikers are in the small South Dakota town of Sturgis for the 80th motorcycle rally there that has raised covert fears more from Chris Martinez staying safely apart, maybe a challenge this weekend in Sturgis, South Dakota, Up to 250,000 bikers are expected at the small Cities 80th annual motorcycle rally. Local leaders are trying to protect the older population. During the 10 day event. They are very afraid, given their age and other issues that if they would contract the virus that would not be an easy ride for them. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from w T o p 24 73 65. Listen on air on Alexa and on the w T o p AP 203 Saturday morning, August 8th, 2020 71 degrees in the nation's capital going down into the upper sixties overnights. Good morning. I'm Ian Crawford. The top local stories we're following at this hour. A running back with a once promising future for Washington's NFL team was dropped from their roster late yesterday. Now he's facing criminal charges in Virginia Washington football team has released 23 year olds running back Darius Geiss after he was arrested on multiple domestic violence charges, including strangulation, which is a felony, three counts of assault and battery on one count of destruction of property, according to the law. One county sheriff's office. The NFL team released a statement saying that they met with Geiss and decided to release him from the team immediately pending a review of the matter. Guys turned himself into authorities and was released on a $10,000 bond. The sheriff's office says that the charges stem from three incidents that took place in February, March and April. At his aspirin home. The team selected Geiss and the second round of the NFL draft in 2018. Valerie Bonked W T O be news to 04 updating You wanna still unfolding story from Montgomery County that county's health Officer has rescinded the order from a week ago that closed private schools until October. So now what happens to the court case that resulted here's W t. O. P is Kate Ryan Montgomery County Health officer, Dr Travis Gail's has rescinded his directive calling for private schools to stay closed until the first of October. But in a release issued Friday Deal stood by his position that he strongly advises against in person instruction because of the risk of the Corona virus. Timothy Maloney is theater knee for a group of private schools and parents that filed a federal lawsuit toe let schools decide whether to open will be evaluating the precision order. And making decisions about the hearing next Friday, very shortly. So what led gales to reverse himself a new policy issued by the State Health Secretary Robert Kneel on Thursday, Maloney explains by law, the county health officers state employee who is required by law to follow state health policy. Take Ryan W. T O P News. Meanwhile, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington says it's grateful to learn about the decision. The superintendent of schools for the archdiocese, Kelly Brennaman, says it will continue To work with schools to make sure that the decisions worked best for each individual school community. She says The majority of schools have been planning on a hybrid model of in person and virtual learning, but a detailed plan for the diocese will be released until next week. 205 The news of lower local percentages of positive covert tests maybe encouraging when doctor says it doesn't mean the areas in the all clear yet Maryland announced multiple days near 3.2%. But Johns Hopkins Dr Joshua Sharfstein says they're still seeing 1000 positive cases a day. A large number for a state like Maryland more than Virginia is identifying in Virginia is a bigger state, and we have parts of the state here in Maryland, such as Baltimore, which is seen surges in cases, not to mention hospital. Ization Zahra, Northern Virginia's dealing with 6% positive cases and more people in the hospital with Cove it But the number of new cases daily is going down. DC, is doing while across the board but seems to have hit a plateau near 3% positive. He thinks that's because of its neighbours. We really wouldn't expect DC to be remarkably low while you're seeing these higher rates in Virginia and now Michelle Morello w T O P News, Could your local high school B your location for in first in voting on Election Day, Maryland State Board of Elections has voted to recommend to you. Verner Larry Hogan, a proposal that would make that the case as it develops a plan to reduce the number of in person voting sites in election judge shortage in Maryland Because of the pandemic has local elections officials calling for voting centers at high schools, it would allow you to choose any vote center to go and cast a regular ballot. Time. Mickley isn't Arrundell County's election administrator, and he says the center would help less judges. We have the better chance we have of the governor, Larry Hogan would have to approve the move to do voting centers, and he has said he wants to see all polling precincts opened on Election Day. As it stands right now,.
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"Tom Foodie in Washington Sound of hurricane You say yes, making landfall late Monday almost along the North and South Carolina line presidents of both states being warned to stay put and be prepared for power outages. Storm is forecast to move up along the shore. And all along I 95. Gonna make its way up through the D C. Metro area past fall more and Philly and then on up the direct track of the storm will be west of New York City, so probably up the Del Water water gap into the Catskills. However, the impacts of the storm we're going to be filled. All CBS News forecaster David Parkinson On the other side of the country east of Los Angeles. Firefighters are battling very hot weather and the largest wildfire of the year in the Southwest. It's burning about 80 miles east of Los Angeles, and has forced the evacuations of more than 2500 homes. More than 26,000 acres have burned since it broke out Friday night. Investigators now say it was caused by hot gas from a vehicle's exhaust. CBS evening News anchor Noro Donald of the U. S Covert 19 death count was about to reach 155,000. President Trump talked of signs of progress at a White House briefing, also echoing precaution warnings all Americans to continue to socially distance. Wash your hands where a mask when you cannot avoid crowded places and to project the elderly, very, very Important protect the elderly. Associated Press reports the administration plan to provide every nursing home with a fast covert 19 test will not supply enough test kits to check staff and residents beyond an initial couple of rounds against the background of the school, reopening the bait teachers in Little Rock, Arkansas stage a car honking protest to express concerns. I don't want there to be a misconception that teachers don't want to go back to work. We're working now we work every day. We're willing to work. We're not willing to risk ourselves. Families and our Children, Marc and saw teacher Felisha Haze You video surfacing of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd, who died at the knee of an officer facing charges. The video is from the body cameras of two other police officers involved in the arrest. It shows floor in resisting the officer's attempt to place him in the squad car. You hear him, pleaded I don't have the front. Also in the video fired former officer Derek Chauvet, who's now been charged with second.